Whether or not you’re in town for the Annapolis Powerboat Show, a quick little vacay, or if you live in the area, we’ve got a little something for everyone this weekend! Like Country music? Contemporary Jazz? Classic Rock? High-energy foot-stompin’ Folky Pop? We’ve got it!
Beginnings: A Tribute to the Music of Chicago
Friday, October 14 | 8pm
Beginnings is the premiere tribute band to the music of Chicago. They bring to their audiences a flawless replication of three decades of inspired music in a show that includes nearly every charted song and many lesser known esoteric songs that captured the hearts of traditionalist Chicago fans.
Bronze Radio Return
Saturday, October 15 | 12:30pm | All Ages Matinee
Since 2008, the Hartford, CT six-piece has independently sold over 100,000 singles and racked up more than 26 million streams on Spotify. Armed with a sound that’s one part indie dance party and another part roots rock laced with a pop sensibility, the music of Bronze Radio Return is begging to be blared with the windows rolled down. These boys stand primed for impact in a big way. Top songs: “Further On” and “Shake, Shake, Shake”.
Saturday, October 15 | 6pm & 9pm
RAMS HEAD PROMOTIONS PRESENTS:
Manhattan Transfer & Take Six at Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts
Saturday, October 15 | 8pm at Maryland Hall | 801 Chase Street Annapolis
Combining forces for the first time, The Manhattan Transfer and Take 6, two of the most acclaimed, award-winning vocal groups in pop music, create an unforgettable concert event that will thrill audiences of all ages. Each of these legendary acts has 10 Grammy Awards to their credit amongst a host of other recognitions. Each will perform a set, culminating with a duet featuring the tightest harmonies known in the music business as well as innovative arrangements and funky grooves.
*THIS CONCERT TAKES PLACE AT MARYLAND HALL
Sunday, October 16 | 1pm | All Ages Matinee
Called “America’s sharpest musical storyteller” by Rolling Stone, folk singer-songwriter artist Todd Snider has mastered the balancing act of blending his influences with a personal flair to create a unique, alluring blend of Americana storytelling and heartbreak. Country music legend Kris Kristofferson describes Snider as having “the heart and humor of John Prine, the wild unpredictability of Roger Miller, and a fresh, original spirit and freedom of imagination that’s absolutely his own.”
Marshall Tucker Band
Sunday, October 16 | 8pm
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. Top Songs: “Can’t You See”, “Heard It In a Love Song”.
The Rippingtons feat. Russ Freeman
Monday, October 17 | 8pm
The Rippingtons are a Grammy-nominated contemporary jazz group, founded by guitarist and composer Russ Freeman in 1985. Under Freeman’s production, the group has released 22 albums, all of which have attained top 5 Billboard status, with 5 of them reaching #1. Jazziz magazine has called their debut album, Moonlighting, “the number one most influential contemporary jazz album of all time.”