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Pier Six Pavilion

Mindless Behavior
7/25/2013, Doors 5:30 pm, Show 7:30 pm
In just the past few years, teen-pop/R&B quartet Mindless Behavior have opened up sold-out shows for the likes of Justin Bieber and Janet Jackson, taken the stage at two White House events, and backed up their hit-packed debut album with a national tour that’s soon to be the subject of their own feature-length documentary and concert movie. Don’t miss their return to Pier Six July 25th!

Rams Head Live

7/21/2013, Doors 7 pm, Show 8 pm

Vocal sensations and winners of season 3 of NBC’s The Sing-Off, Pentatonix are taking instrument-free music far beyond anyone’s wildest expectations.  Named after the world’s most widely recognized five-note musical scale, this vocal quintet has transformed one of pop music’s purest and most soulful expressions into an exciting future, filled with limitless sonic possibility.

Corey Smith 
Corey Smith is obviously connecting with his audience, but it’s not marketing savvy that sells, it’s the music, and that’s where he truly shines. The Georgia native melds country, rock and blues into a sound that is all his own. That distinctive musical flair combined with Smith’s pensive, well-crafted lyrics and soulful Southern voice has earned him an enthusiastic legion of fans.

Local Natives
9/23/2013, Doors 7 pm, Show 8 pm
Local Natives make soaring, sky-scraping harmonies, dreamy orchestral melodies, and throbbing tribal beats that bash their way into your soul. Theirs are songs you can dance to almost as well as you can swoon to them.

Rams Head On Stage

GrandMothers Of Invention
Sunday, July 7, 7:30pm
The GrandMothers of Invention are the only Frank Zappa/Mothers of Invention alumni who have been consistently performing the music of the maestro since 2003. They are THE authentic live version of Zappa’s music. From “We’re Only In It For The Money”, “Uncle Meat”, and “Burnt Weeny Sandwich” to “The Grand Wazoo”, “Overnite Sensation”, “Roxy & Elsewhere”, “Bongo Fury”, “One Size Fits All”, and of course, the classic “Freak Out”…they have performed on a very long list of classic Frank Zappa & the Mothers of Invention’s albums, movies and other projects.

The Iguanas w. The Crawdaddies
Wednesday, July 17, 7:30pm
Formed in 1989 in New Orleans, The Iguanas reflected the diversity of musical styles found in their home state by fusing blues, classic R&B, zydeco, Cajun, Tex-Mex, and roots rock & roll.

Burton Cummings (solo show)
Monday, July 29, 8pm
One of the great voices in rock, Burton Cummings, the famed lead singer, keyboardist and co-writer for The Guess Who scored an unprecedented string of international hit singles and albums including “These Eyes”, “No Time”, “American Woman”, “Share The Land”, “Hang On To Your Life”, “Albert Flasher”, “Sour Suite”, “Orly”, “Glamour Boy”, “Star Baby”, “Clap For The Wolfman” and “Dancin’ Fool”, all written or co-written by Burton.

Shawn Mullins
Sunday, August 25, 8pm
The Atlanta-based folksinger/bandleader best known for his Top Ten hit “Lullaby,” Shawn Mullins, has undergone a series of transformative experiences, leading to a second coming for the veteran artist. Evidence of Mullins’ heightened level of musical and lyrical ambition comes through with his latest Light You Up. This captivating new song cycle will likely be viewed as a flat-out revelation, even by Mullins’ most fervent fans.

Glenn Tilbrook
Tuesday, September 10, 8pm
Mention Glenn Tilbrook and most people may immediately think of Squeeze. After all, with his writing partner Chris Difford, Tilbrook was responsible for Top Ten hits all around the world such as “Tempted”, “Hourglass”, “Cool For Cats” and “Up The Junction”. Ever since their first EP in 1977, Squeeze has delighted audiences with their brand of honky-tonk new wave and pithy lyricism, while their stock in the music world has seen the likes of Jools Holland, Paul Carrack and Elvis Costello all contribute to their work.

Jay And The Americans
Friday, September 20, 8pm
Very few bands have ever reached the musical heights of Jay And The Americans. From 1962-1971, this group charted an unprecedented dozen top 10 records. With three original band members, Sandy Yaguda (aka Deane), Howie Kirschenbaum (aka Kane), and Marty Kupersmith (aka Sanders) and the addition of “Jay” Reincke, the third Jay and probably the best yet, they have recreated the authentic sound of all of their great hits that everyone remembers. Hits include Cara Mia, Come A Little Bit Closer & This Magic Moment

Joe Robinson
Sunday, September 22, 2pm
The gifted young virtuoso has redefined himself as a budding pop-world visionary, deftly walking a tightrope between the instrumental music that’s put him in the spotlight and a unique fusion of vocally based rock, blues, jazz, country and R&B that’s entirely his own. He was the winner of TV’s Australia’s Got Talent in 2008, and the Australian National Songwriting Competition at age of 13. With his new album Let Me Introduce You, Robinson has made a daring quantum leap.

Take 6
Wednesday, October 2, 8pm
The most awarded vocal group in history (10 Grammy Awards, 10 Dove Awards, a Soul Train Award, and more) celebrates their 25th Anniversary!

Jonathan Edwards
Friday, November 22, 8pm
Jonathan Edwards is best remembered for his crossover hit “Sunshine,” country and folk singer/songwriter Jonathan Edwards is a vital and relevant artist in today’s folk and Americana scenes.

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