Rams Head’s Tuesday Night House Band To Debut Documentary at Annapolis Film Festvial

You can catch Swampcandy every Tuesday night at Rams Head Tavern Annapolis playing their old school stompin’ boogie n’ blues but this Friday, March 28th they’ll be debuting their documentary, Midnight Creep. Midnight Creep follows them through the recording of their latest album.

Swampcandy consists of Ruben Dobbs and Joey Mitchell who most recently opened for national touring artists Steep Canyon Rangers at Rams Head Live. Dobbs has been writing his own music since he was 15 and has fronted bands that have performed genres including progressive rock, reggae, and old time. Mitchell possesses infectious energy and stage presence while playing both an upright bass and a kick drum at his feet or a harmonica around his neck.

Wanna know what their unique sound sounds like? (pssst that’s them playing at Rams Head Live!)

Midnight Creep will debut March 28th at 9:45 PM at Maryland Hall
Check out the trailer here:

Tickets to the screening can be purchased at www.annapolisfilmfestival.com

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  1. March 27th, 2014
    Frank Andrew Miller says:

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