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What’s Streaming through our Ram-Phones ?

Kris Stevens (Talent Buyer) “The Bird and the Worm” – The Used “In the Meantime” – Spacehog “Away” – Austin Willacy Royal Bundy (Restaurant Marketing) “Gone Camping” – Reel World String Band Laura Price (On Stage Marketing) “The Zoo” – The Scorpions “Giraffe” – Miniature Tigers “The Obvious” – Elephant Revival Samantha Silverman (Live & Pier 6 Marketing) “Secrets” – Mary Lambert “Welcome to the Black Parade” – My Chemical Romance “Sound of a Broken Heart” – Jukebox the Ghost Brandon Linton (Talent Buyer) “The Feast and the Famine” – Foo Fighters Gerard Venida (Booking Assistant) “Late Lives” – Pianos Become The Teeth “Waiting Room” – Fugazi “Shout Bamalama” – Benjamin Booker covering Otis Redding “Champagne Kisses” – Jessie Ware Erin McNaboe (VP) “Another Story” – The Head and the Heart “Stay High” – Tove Lo “Work It Out” –… Read More >

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The Girl at the Rock Show: Benjamin Booker

This past Monday, I experienced a lot of firsts when I went to see Benjamin Booker at U Street Music Hall. For starters, it was my first time at U Street Music Hall! If you’ve never been, it’s a relatively famous DJ hall in DC, but they host a decent amount of bands/other kinds of music, too. I wouldn’t say it’s exactly designed for bands because the stage is pretty low to the ground… or maybe I’m just short. But I’ll give it another shot, for sure! Another first: I got to pat Benjamin Booker on the back before he went on stage! I guess there’s not really a backstage area because I noticed before his set, Benjamin would walk across the back of the room multiple times. When my friend and I moved closer to the stage, Benjamin walked… Read More >

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What’s Streaming through our Ram-Phones this week ?

Kris Stevens (Talent Buyer) “Virtual Insanity” — Jamiroquai “Mas Que Nada” – Lounge Cafe “Bridge to Better Days – Joe Bonamassa “Don’t Change Horses” — Boneshakers Royal Bundy (Restaurant Marketing) “Get Low” – Dillon Francis ”Brill Bruisers” – The New Pornographers ”99 Problems” – Hugo Laura Price (On Stage Marketing) “The Flat Earth- Thomas Dolby “Free” – Rocco DeLuca “White Lies” – Max Frost Samantha Silverman (Live & Pier 6 Marketing) “Why Worry” – Set It Off “All Our Lives” – Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness “St. Patrick” – PVRIS “Jimmy Iovine” – Macklemore & Ryan Lewis Brandon Linton (Talent Buyer) “Weekend” – Priory “Something from Nothing” – Food Fighters “Stolen Dance” – Milky Chance Gerard Venida (Booking Assistant) “Spontaneity” – Lil Dicky “Tighten Up Pt. 1” – Archie Bell & The Drells “Choke” – From Birth “Say You Love… Read More >

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Get Tickets to Rocco DeLuca this Saturday, Oct. 18th at Rams Head On Stage!

Credit: Rocco DeLuca sounds like the name of a bruiser on Sons of Anarchy, but I assure you he’s not quite so menacing. In actuality, DeLuca is a man with a golden voice who flits effortlessly between rustic blues, heartfelt folk ballads, and with his most recent self-titled release, shades of post-modern pop and subtle psychedelia.  I guess we call that combination “Americana” these days. DeLuca’s shifting sound on his latest album is due in part to his partnership with seven-time Grammy winning producer, Daniel Lanois, who has worked on albums for legendary artists such as Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Emmy Lou Harris, Peter Gabriel, Willie Nelson, and Brandon Flowers (The Killers).  Lanois’ depth of experience gained over years working with such talented luminaries is clearly audible in DeLuca’s new songs. When Lanois was asked about his reasons for… Read More >

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