JUST ANNOUNCED: Rams Head Shows 4/24

Pier Six Pavilion

Daughtry & Three Doors Down w/ special guest Halestorm

7/6/2013, Doors 5:30 pm, Show 7 pm

The rock show of the summer! Presented by 98 Rock.

Sublime with Rome w/ Pennywise
7/17/2013, Doors 6:30 pm, Show 8 pm

Sublime and Rome sold out their last show here two years ago, and it was one of our most fun Pier Shows ever…..they return this July with special guests Pennywise. Get your tickets soon!

One Republic w/ Mayer Hawthorne, Churchill
8/9/2013, Doors 6 pm, Show 7:30 pm


Rams Head Live
Jessie Ware
8/7/2013, Doors 7 pm, Show 8 pm

Jessie Ware is a proper pop star. With her soulful, melancholy vocal, effortlessly elegant songwriting skills and, of course, that striking slicked-back hair, she marks a new era for pop. Her outstanding debut album Devotion combines the ultra-modern feel of downtempo R&B and British electronic music with the melodrama of classic stars like Sade and Whitney Houston. “I’m ready and excited,” she says, of her impending stardom, before chucking in an earthy, “And I got to make a bloody lovely record, with people who are lovely, so I need to enjoy it!”

Come see what the buzz is about August 7th.

Saved by the 90s! A party with the Bayside Tigers

The ultimate 90s Party…..The Bayside Tigers are crushing it with their bi-weekly party’s in NYC – check out their songlist HERE


Rams Head On Stage

Candlebox Monday, June 3 8pm


No modern-rock band combines aggression, melodicism and towering hooks more authoritatively than the current Candlebox lineup. Their fifth studio album, Love Stories & Other Musings (released on April 3), evidences a newfound level of maturity for the band, formed in 1991 in Seattle. At the same time, listening to it with the volume knob cranked up emphatically reveals that front-man Kevin Martin, lead guitarist Peter Klett, drummer Scott Mercado, and their band-mates, remain filled with the youthful exuberance that marked their first go-round in the 1990s, a decade during which they ran off a string of alt-rock classics while selling north of 5 million albums.


Bill Payne of Little Feat: Tracing Footsteps – A Journal of Music Photography and Tales From The Road

June 20, 8pm


For the past four decades, Bill Payne has spent more time on the road, in studios, and working with rock n’ roll hall of famers than most of that rare group of musicians who can pay the bills with their talent and endurance. He’s one of rock’s most talented keyboardists and a legitimate legend among peers. A founding member of Little Feat, he’s appeared on hundreds of studio albums and toured with the likes of Jimmy Buffet, James Taylor, and the Doobie Brothers. Most people in the music industry or familiar with rock’s meaningful past know this amazing musician’s songs and recognize his chops instantly. Countless musicians have shared time with him in the studio or onstage. More would like to, because he makes most musicians better.

The Dunwells July 23, 8pm


Utterly natural. There’s no more fitting description for both the music of The Dunwells as well as the story of their magical rise from the pubs of Leeds, England to an American record deal and a stunning debut album in just two short years. The group is two brothers, two cousins and totaling five best mates who simply love to sing and play music, and do so together. “We are genuinely best mates,” explains singer, songwriter and guitarist Joseph Dunwell. “We sometimes bicker and fight, but then we hug and make up and go out for a drink.”

“In Gratitude” – A Tribute to Earth, Wind & Fire

August 23 8pm


In Gratitude: A Tribute to Earth, Wind & Fire pays homage to one of the most prolific musical ensembles in history. With their rhythmic musical melodies and lyrical storytelling, In Gratitude sends you back in time to visit one of the most prolific musical ensembles in history. In Gratitude features the following well established musicians who have performed and recorded with many of the world’s greatest artists, such as Nancy Wilson, Teddy Pendergrass, Bonnie Raitt, Chaka Khan, Phyllis Hyman, John Scofield, George Clinton, Acoustic Alchemy, and more, this tribute band knows how to “sing a song”.

Creole Joe Band feat. Joe Sample & Ray Parker Jr.

September 19 8pm


In 1999 Joe Sample moved back to his hometown of Houston, Texas and rediscovered the “la la music” that was so much a part of his youth. Cajun accordion, Mississippi and Texas Delta Blues, and some good old Texas two step, all conspiring to create what Joe refers to as, Creole Folk Music.


Vienna Teng w. Alex Wong October 6, 7:30pm


Touring with musicians like Joan Osborne, Shawn Colvin, and Patty Griffin over the years, Teng next hooked up with producer Larry Klein (Joni Mitchell, Madeleine Peyroux) for her next album, Dreaming Through The Noise, released in July 2006. That summer, she began to tour with Duncan Sheik and continued a heavy concert schedule throughout 2007. After relocating from California to New York City in 2008, Teng began work on her fourth full-length album, Inland Territory, which was released on Zoe/Rounder in 2009.


BoDeans Thursday/Friday, October 3 and 4, $35


Twenty three years after their T-Bone Burnett produced debut Love & Hope & Sex & Dreams led them to win a Rolling Stone reader’s poll as “Best New American Band,” The BoDeans are still rocking and harmonizing gracefully, touring the U.S. regularly and exposing the kids of their longtime steadfast fans to real, heartfelt and trend-free music. “I’ve always thought of the BoDeans as a truly American band,” says Kurt Neumann, the founder, primary writer and frontman of the veteran Milwaukee-based group. “We were blue-collar kids straight out of the heartland—how could we be anything else? ‘Roots rock’ was a label I fought when I was younger, but I came to realize that if by ‘roots’ you meant blues, rock, country and soul all slammed together into one sound, then I’d say yes—that is the sound of American-made music.”

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