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We’ve added some great shows this week at Rams Head On Stage!

Eddie Money
Thursday, October 10

#EddieMoney #twoticketstoparadise

Back by popular demand! Known for his top 40 hits from the 80’s like, “Two Tickets To Paradise”, “Baby Hold On”, “Think I’m in Love” and “Take Me Home Tonight”, Eddie Money was a legend of his time.

If you missed him on Sept 6th, here is your chance to get up close and personal with Eddie Money!

Here’s a pic from the other night (photo taken by Alan Duckworth):

Willie Nile & Dan Bern
Friday, October 11

#WillieNile #AmericanRide #DanBern

Willie Nile:

Nestled somewhere between power-pop and American folk you will find Willie Nile strumming his guitar. Nile is a true believer in Rock n’ Roll, and over the years has made admirers out of such names Bruce Springsteen, and Pete Townshend who personally requested him to tour with The Who in ’82.

Willie Nile’s latest record American Ride is as American as can be. Bootstrapped and released independently, it’s a no filler drive through the heartland. It’s all thrills no frills approach is evidence to the tenacity and innovation that have made Nile great. Now he’s touring more than ever, and winning converts both at home and abroad. Nile’s charisma and troubadour style have earned him respect as both a performer and poet. On American Ride he keeps his stride and proves himself yet again as a producer of timeless music.

For Fans Of:  Steve Forbert, Southside Johnny, Chuck Prophet, Delbert McClinton, John Hiatt

Dan Bern:

You’d be hard pressed to find anyone more prolific than Dan Bern. Bern is a consummate generalist, logging time as a singer songwriter, guitarist, novelist, and painter. His output includes twenty albums with three released in 2012 alone. His writing has drawn comparisons to the likes of Bob Dylan, and Woody Guthrie. Bern’s work in all of his fields showcases a biting wit and a sardonic sense of the world; tackling a variety of topics, and eloquently skirting faux pas from the religious to the the explicitly political “Bush Must Be Defeated.” He even pokes fun at his own influences with the “Talkin Woody, Bob, Bruce, And Dan Blues.”

His sense of humor has gotten him work in film as well, penning sixteen songs for the spoof bio pic “Walk Hard,” and Get Him To The Greek.” As a Novelist, he has produced “Quitting Science” under the pen name Cunliffe Merriwether, and a number of short stories. To toss the term Renaissance man around might be appropriate when you’re dealing with an artist as multi faceted as Dan Bern.

For Fans Of: Arlo Guthrie, Bob Dylan, Greg Brown, Todd Snider

Familiar Faces
Friday, October 25

#TeamFamiliar #GoGoMusic #DanceFloor

Familiar Faces is back, as Familiar as ever, and still as spectacular as ever. And we’re bringing our DANCE FLOOR back! The new line-up of Familiar Faces consists of the following GoGo veterans:

• Donnell Floyd – vocals/saxophone
• Frank “Scooby” Marshall – vocals/guitar
• Kenny “Kwick” Gross – drums
• Marquis “Quisy” Melvin – vocals
• Kimberly “Ms. Kim” Graham – vocals
• Derek “DP” Paige, Sr – trumpet/vocals
• Jasen “O” Holland – trumpet/vocals
• Marcus Young – keyboards/vocals
• Mike Arnold – keyboards
• Nathan “Nate” Johnson – bass
• Eric “Bojack” Butler – percussion
• Milton “GoGo Mickey” Freeman – congas

With Scooby (Lissen Band), Ms. Kim (Rare Essence, Chuck Brown), and Quisy sharing the mic, there’s some serious vocal talent in the group. It’s also exciting to see a full horn section. The combination of Bojack and GoGo Mickey promise some intense pocket beats. This band will be versatile enough to move from jazz and pop to hip-hop oriented GoGo crank.

For Fans Of: Chuck Brown, Trouble Funk, Noelle Scaggs

The Clarks
Saturday November 9

#TheClarks #Pennyonthefloor

The Clarks play good, old-fashioned American rock-n-roll. They’ve played it for many years now with the same line up – four guys working together to make music. They do it for the love of the craft, to enrich the lives of their fans and anyone whom their music touches.

They’ve put out countless albums, toured every nook and cranny in the country (and some cool shows abroad too!) and performed on The Late Show with David Letterman, among other career achievements.

The Clarks are:
David Minarik, Jr.: Drums, Vocals.
Scott Blasey: Lead Vocals, Electric & Acoustic Guitars
Greg Joseph: Bass Guitar, Vocals
Robert James: Electric & Acoustic Guitars, Vocals

For Fans Of: Cowboy Mouth, O.A.R., Pat McGee, Carbon Leaf

Rick Springfield
Wednesday, December 11

#RickSpringfield #StrippedDown #JessiesGirl

For all of his accomplishments as an actor, best-selling author and documentary subject, Rick Springfield (born Richard Lewis Springthorpe) has always insisted his first love is music, a passion he’s harbored since first picking up the guitar at the age of 12 in his native Australia.

With 25 million albums sold, 17 top-40 hits, including “Don’t Talk to Strangers” and “An Affair of the Heart,” as well as a 1981 Grammy® for Best Male Rock Vocal win for his No. 1 hit single “Jessie’s Girl” behind him, Springfield has more to say with his latest Universal Music Enterprises release, Songs for the End of the World.

Indeed, before emigrating to the U.S. in the early ’70s, Springfield was an established musical performer in his native Australia (does anyone wonder why he doesn’t speak with an Aussie accent?). He only took up acting—leading to the role of Dr. Noah Drake on TV’s General Hospital—as a way of making money to support his musical career. His early albums, like 1981’s Working Class Dog and the following year’s Success Hasn’t Spoiled Me Yet, placed him firmly in that era’s jangly pop, New Wave tradition, leading to comparisons with singer-songwriters like Elvis Costello and near-namesake Bruce Springsteen—influences that can be heard in his current material as well.

Here’s a video of Rick blue eyes inviting you to see him on this tour:

For Fans Of: Night Ranger, Loverboy, Queens of Dogtown, Eddie Money, Richard Marx

Marshall Tucker Band
Thursday, December 12

#MarshallTuckerBand #hearditinalovesong

From their first LP in 1973, to their powerful stage presence today, the Marshall Tucker Band has played countless concert venues around the world. With the success of the Volunteer Jam Tour, and 1999 release of Gospel, the good ol’ boys from Spartanburg, South Carolina remain as a powerful force in the world of music. The Marshall Tucker Band has wowed critics and influenced major country acts like Alabama, The Kentucky Headhunters, Confederate Railroad, and Travis Tritt with its definitive blend of rock, rhythm & blues, jazz, country, and gospel. Now, thanks to the expanding scope of today’s music, a new generation of fans is learning what the rest of their fans have known for so long- that good music knows no boundaries.

For Fans Of: Southern Rock, Lynyrd Skynyrd, The Allman Brothers Band, Eric Clapton

Ted Vigil
Friday, December 27

#TedVigil #JohnDenverTribute

With his uncanny resemblance to John Denver, both physically and vocally, singer/songwriter Ted Vigil has stunned audiences across the country with his tribute performances. Born and raised in the same open air which John Denver so deeply cherished, Vigil recreates the original concert experience in his tribute to John Denver.

For Fans Of: John Denver! Country Music, Folk Music

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