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Ace Frehley of KISS on November 18 at Rams Head On Stage in Annapolis!

Original KISS guitarist Ace Frehley invaded the 8-track machines and cassette decks of millions of teenagers and twenty-somethings as a member of what might be the most colorful — and wildly successful — rock n’ roll band ever. “Space Ace” will bring four decades of music wherewithal to Rams Head On Stage for a performance at 8 p.m. Nov. 18. Annapolis native Jimi Davies will open the show in support of Frehley. Frehley’s membership in KISS lasted nine years, from 1973-82. Following his tumultuous departure — he rejoined the band for a reunion tour in the mid-1990s and stayed through 2002 — Frehley continued making hard rock music with Frehley’s Comet, which originally included Anton Fig, then the drummer for the Paul Shaffer-led band on “Late Night with David Letterman.” “Space Invader” is Frehley’s newest album, released Aug. 19. Fans… Read More >

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Jack Wagner of General Hospital Fame Performing at Rams Head On Stage this Friday, November 14!

Lightning does not often strike twice, and capturing it in a bottle can be amazingly tough – particularly for anyone who hopes to make an impression on both TV viewers and radio listeners. Jack Wagner is one of the handful of 1980s era actors who managed to successfully reach great heights on the music charts. Wagner, who found his biggest career role as “Frisco Jones” on the ABC daytime drama “General Hospital,” will make a tour-stop in Annapolis on Friday to play Rams Head Onstage at 8 p.m. Wagner, 55, has put out six albums, most notably his 1984 smash “All I Need,” which hit No. 44 on the Billboard charts thanks to the hit single of the same name, which reached No. 1 on Billboard’s U.S. Adult Contemporary chart. Wagner was a contestant on ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars”… Read More >

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Get to Know Silopanna Artist: Brothers Clair

This round of “Get to Know” Q&A’s feature Silopanna Music Festival Artist, Brothers Clair. Although they are young, Brothers Clair is known to put on quite an amazing performance and consistently surprise audiences. Each band member answered the following questions, which made for an interesting interview that left us getting to know the band better than ever before. Take a look for yourself & enjoy! Where are you from? All of us are from around the Annapolis area, Mary Katherine being the furthest from us all (in Davidsonville). This means easy traveling for busking in Downtown Annapolis! What’s the story behind your band’s name? Just over a year ago, Katie McCarthy (our cellist), Cameron Minty (our former bassist), Mary Katherine (our vocalist), and Chris Windebank (our vocalist/guitarist) decided to enter Broadneck High School’s talent show, and at the time we… Read More >

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Get to Know Silopanna Artist: The Baby Grand

This time around we are getting to know Silopanna Artist, the Baby Grand. The Baby Grand is a local musician and a one man band! Keep reading to find out when he feels he can be 100% himself, which Silopanna artist has inspired him and who he is most excited to see, and more interesting, fun facts! Where are you from? I was born in Washington DC and grew up just over the line in Silver Spring, MD. What’s the story behind your band name? I really admire Butch Walker and his live performances are amazing. I wanted my live performances to have the same emotional impact as his full band shows even though I am a solo artist. I was trying to come up with a band name and my sister said well think of Butch as a Grand… Read More >

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