Rams Head Offering A Diverse Spring Schedule At Both Venues
By Jane Seiss
The Rams Head group of venues has steadily grown over the last two decades and now includes a brewery, several restaurants, and two celebrated indoor entertainment areas.
In Annapolis, Rams Head On Stage is an intimate concert space located on West Street. In downtown Baltimore, Rams Head Live boasts a 26,000 square-foot concert space with multiple bars, food stations, stage-viewing screens and a tavern. The venue attracts national acts and is centrally located at Market Place inside of Power Plant Live.
This spring, both concert hot spots offer a range of shows to the over-21 crowd.
After 15 years of booking unbelievable acts, our booking agents keep bringing in both up-and-comers as well as established performers, explained Rams Head Marketing Director Valerie Wierenga.
This spring, Rams Head has included many highlighted entertainers on its schedule of events.
Rams Head in Annapolis is welcomed maestro Taj Mahal on April 11 for two shows. The composer, multi-instrumentalist and vocalist started his career in the American-Blues genre more than 40 years ago. His sound is influenced by music from all over the world.
On April 15, Vicki Lawrence of The Carol Burnett Show and Mamas Family brought her two-woman show to Rams Head Annapolis. Lawrences comedy routine featured the Thelma Harper character, Mama.
The month of April at Rams Head Annapolis also featured Tower of Power on April 12. John Popper and The Duskray Troubadors will performed on April 19.
On May 3 and 4, the original members of acclaimed rock band ASIA will perform in Annapolis. Stand-up comedian Pauly Shore will hit OnStage on May 21 at 7:00pm. Throughout the spring, there are many more jazz artists, folk musicians, pop/rock shows, and country music acts scheduled. Check www.ramsheadonstage.com for up-to-date event information and to purchase tickets.
Rams Head Lives spring schedule promises a rockin good time in Baltimore. Mark Mangold, a representative of the venue, assures the range of acts this spring will certainly please.
TV on the Radio is performed on April 10. The band is releasing a new album this spring and featured new material during the show. Hard rock band Seether put on a show April 15. Each ticket purchased came with a free download of Rise Above This: Live & Unplugged and a digital download of the new record Holding On To Strings Better Left To Fray. On April 20 at 8:00pm, Iron and Wine is scheduled to perform in support of their new album.
For more information on Rams Head Live shows and to buy tickets, visit www.ramsheadlive.com. Additionally, music fans can sign up for Rams Heads weekly email newsletter to get breaking news of upcoming shows at the different venues.
Newsletter subscribers were the first to know about an April 21 Bret Michaels show in Baltimore, which quickly sold out.
The people signed up for the newsletter are the first to hear about shows coming to the venues before theyre even on sale. This gives them first crack at getting tickets and they usually go fast, said Wierenga. We try to make sure those on our email list are always the first to know about shows going on sale, she concluded.