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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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Q&A: Johnny Hickman of Cracker – Coming to Rams Head On Stage SUNDAY, JULY 13th

Hickman and Lowery (Photo Credit: crackersoul.com) Johnny Hickman, guitarist for famed alternative rock band, Cracker, is cooking up something special for all you “Crumbs” and Rams Head fans, along with childhood friend and Cracker/Camper Van Beethoven frontman David Lowery, and their buddy Greg Lisher (guitarist for Camper Van Beethoven).  Come out this Sunday, July 13th to see the trio perform their Acoustic Apothecary show in Annapolis.  Tickets are still available here. Below, Hickman answers some questions about the Sunday show format, his relationship with David Lowery and the unpaved path to rock and roll stardom, and the fans’ continuing love for all things Camper and Cracker. The name of this particular show at Rams Head On Stage this Sunday is “Cracker and Camper Van Beethoven: Acoustic Apothecary.” Is that a new show idea, or have you three (David Lowery, Greg… Read More >

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Boo’z Hump Day Helper “What day is it?”

So I am driving into work today and I am listening to the radio as most of us do. But first I have a confession to make.  I am a scanner, I listen to whatever station comes in next and listen until I am dissatisfied.  Some days it’s talk radio, others it’s the HOT MIX station that your teenagers listen to in the morning.  Today I find myself listening to a small station, and they say it is “National High School Radio Day”.  I thought to myself ‘I had no idea this existed’ and exactly how many of these official “Days” are there. So with a little research from my good buddy (insert search engine here) I found out.  Did you know that April is: National Humor Month International Guitar Month Keep America Beautiful Month Lawn and Garden Month National… Read More >

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Aaron Lewis at Rams Head Live! on April 9th – *Tickets Still Available*

Aaron Lewis is the lead singer for American alt-rock band, Staind.  If you listened to any rock radio station in the late 1990s-early 2000s, you almost certainly heard Lewis belting out the ballad “So Far Away,” or “It’s Been A While.”  But, before the band ever came together, Lewis played intimate solo acoustic shows in Massachusetts, starting at age 17 and earning local notoriety before helping form Staind in 1994.  Staind sold 15 million albums worldwide, had eight top ten singles, and three number one hits.  When Staind drummer Jon Wysocki left the band in 2011, Staind announced they’d be going on hiatus, and Lewis, who’d poured his life into that band for more than fifteen years, returned to his acoustic roots. He found new musical freedom outside the band and made plans to record his first solo album called… Read More >

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