Newly Announced and On Sale at Rams Head On Stage in Annapolis!

We announced five new shows this week; some first timers, some who’ve played here before. Take a look below for a recap of our added shows.

Memories of Elvis
Thursday, November 14

We are excited to announce our first ever Elvis Tribute show. After the untimely death of Elvis Presley in 1977, Michael Hoover was inspired to do his “Memories of Elvis” show as a tribute to the King of Rock and Roll. Michael says, “There will never be another Elvis, and I would just like to bring back a few memories of the late King.” He has been performing for over 30 years and has developed into one of the finest male vocalists in the country. The similarity between Elvis and Michael in voice, mannerisms, and looks is astounding. Experiencing Michael’s “Memories of Elvis” show is the next best thing to seeing Elvis in concert.

All 4 One
Sunday, November 17

Comprised of Tony Borowiak, Jamie Jones, Delious Kennedy, and Alfred Nevarez, the Californian contemporary R&B vocal quartet All-4-One’s 1994 debut album sailed into the Top Ten thanks to the enormous hit single “I Swear,” which stayed at number one for 11 weeks. It has been named one of the greatest love songs of the 20th Century. It was also nominated for Song Of The Year, as was the single Top 5 smash hit “I Can Love You Like That.”

Over the  past 19 years, the four original members of All-4-One have been consistently touring, but mostly overseas. We were lucky to snag them for this U.S. tour of theirs!

Remember this song?

For Fans Of: Boys II Men, 98 Degrees, Backstreet Boys, New Edition

Eric Lindell
w. Cris Jacobs
Monday, November 18

Eric Lindell’s combination of sweet, blue-eyed soul with foot-stomping R&B, swamp pop, funk and blues has won him critical and popular acclaim across the country, with reviews and features in Relix, OffBeat, The Chicago Sun-Times, Harp, Guitar Player, Down Beat, The New Yorker, The New York Press and many other national and regional publications.

His live shows draw as much attention as his material – as one critic puts it, “Eric Lindell has turned heads everywhere he’s gone, almost instantly becoming the talk of the town wherever his musical journey has taken him.”

For Fans Of: Anders Osborne, Tab Benoit, Mike Zito, Jackie Greene

Blues Traveler
Monday, November 25

We just can’t get enough of these guys! Every single time they come to Annapolis we have such a blast!

Eighteen years after scoring the Grammy Award winning, harmonica laced Billboard Top Ten breakthrough hit that came to define pop music in the mid-90s, Blues Traveler are still finding unique ways to ensure that they don’t give their legion of worldwide fans the “Run-Around.” On their instantly infectious, musically expansive 11th studio album and 429 Records/SLG debut, Suzie Cracks The Whip, they remain creatively focused while dramatically expanding their musical horizons upon celebrating over 25 years as a band.

Lez Zeppelin
Sunday, December 15
1pm – All Ages Matinee

All Girls. All Zeppelin. I am a huge Zeppelin fan, and had heard great things about this band. So I am REALLY excited that we were able to book a show with them!

Since forming in 2004, the New York City-based quartet has toured throughout theUnited StatesandEuropeto become the first and foremost female rock act to pay homage to Led Zeppelin and to garner rave reviews across the board. Although, LEZ ZEPPELIN stays true to the musically audacious spirit of the original, delivering the legendary rock band’s blistering arrangements and monstrous sound note-for-note at what often are sold-out frenzied shows around the world, the four women that make for the four essentially diverse elements of the band bring their own unique energy and passion to the music.

Here they are with the one and only Jimmy Page:


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