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G Love and Special Sauce (21+ Event)



Venue:
Rams Head on Stage
31 West Street Annapolis

When:
Tue, 29 Jan 2019 8.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Tom Papa


with Paul C. Morrissey
With more than 20 years as a stand-up comedian, Tom Papa is one of the top comedic voices in the country finding success in film, television and radio as well as on the live stage.Tom premiered his third hour-long stand-up special, Human Mule, on Epix in December (2016). Tom already has two critically acclaimed specials that were directed by Rob Zombie. His special Tom Papa: Freaked Out (2013) is streaming on Amazon and Hulu and is available as a download. Tom Papa Live in New York City (2011) is streaming on Netflix and is available as a download.Tom is host of the hit podcast and SiriusXM show, Come to Papa, a weekly, hour-long show featuring Tom exploring the funny side of life, occasionally with guests like Mel Brooks, Ray Romano, Carl Reiner and Jerry Seinfeld.On the small screen Tom was seen alongside Clive Owen in two episodes of The Knick. He co-starred with Michael Douglas and Matt Damon in the HBO film, Behind the Candelabra, which won 11 Emmys. Tom has also guest starred on The Jim Gaffigan Show and Inside Amy Schumer. When it comes to feature films, Tom was seen on many critically acclaimed films including, Top Five, The Informant, and also in Analyze That opposite Robert DeNiro.Personally chosen by Jerry Seinfeld, Tom hosted the NBC series, The Marriage Ref, which ran for two seasons. Additionally, Tom had a recurring role on the CBS series, The New Adventures of Old Christine, and starred in his own NBC series, Come to Papa.

Venue:
Rams Head on Stage
31 West Street Annapolis

When:
Sat, 26 Jan 2019 8.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Kasey Chambers


with Carly Burruss
Join Kasey Chambers by the Campfire for a musical journey through the stories of places, people, cultures and sounds that have inspired one of Australias most revered performers.Be part of this intimate acoustic experience enjoying songs new and old that have shaped Kaseys rich and unique life travelling through the vast lands of Australia, America and Africa.Playing songs from her new album Campfire (Out April 27) and all her much-loved songs from way back The Captain and Barricades and Brickwalls days up until now. Dont miss a very special evening of music and stories with Kasey and the Fireside Disciples.Campfire is an album I have wanted to make my whole life and represents the connection Ive had to the different lands and cultures throughout my life that have influenced me the most. I have taken all of those experiences and put them into songs and sounds for Campfire. Join us for a very special evening of music and stories of the places, people, cultures and sounds that I would like to share with you all around my Campfire.Everyone sing round the campfire where the song of the Curlew awaits.And dance with me under the moonlight until the morning breaks-Kasey Chambers

Venue:
Rams Head on Stage
31 West Street Annapolis

When:
Mon, 4 Feb 2019 8.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Arlo Guthrie



Venue:
Chaney Gallery at Maryland Hall
18 State Circle Annapolis

When:
Sun, 10 Feb 2019 8.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Marcus Johnson, Mike Phillips




Venue:
Rams Head on Stage
31 West Street Annapolis

When:
Thu, 14 Feb 2019 8.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Rahsaan Patterson



Soul vocalist and songwriter Rahsaan Patterson is another in the line of new-school R&B singers (Maxwell, Erykah Badu) who displayed a bit more integrity than most of the chart-toppers during the 1990s. After singing in church from the age of six, Patterson moved with his family from New York to California to star in the children's show KIDS Incorporated. He later moved back to the East Coast, resuming his career with small TV roles and assorted commercials, but returned to Los Angeles in the early '90s to record demos and contribute backing vocals to albums by Martika and Brandy, among others. Patterson proved himself a more than competent songwriter as well, penning hits like Tevin Campbell's "Back to the World" and Brandy's "Baby." Those successes finally earned him a recording contract with MCA, which issued his self-titled debut album in early 1997. Love in Stereo followed two years later. After a hiatus from the performance spotlight, he released After Hours in August of 2005 and Wines & Spirits in September 2007. These two albums placed him near -- or at -- the top of the R&B underground. The sprawling Bleuphoria, issued nearly four years later, was his most eclectic and creatively ambitious album.

Venue:
Rams Head on Stage
31 West Street Annapolis

When:
Sun, 17 Feb 2019 8.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Al Di Meola



Al Di Meola's ongoing fascination with complex rhythmic syncopation combined with provocative lyrical melodies and sophisticated harmony has been at the heart of his music throughout a celebrated career that has spanned four decades and earned him critical accolades, three gold albums and more than six million in record sales worldwide. A bona fide guitar hero, perennial poll-winner, and prolific composer, he has amassed over 20 albums as a leader while collaborating on a dozen or so others with the likes of the fusion supergroup Return to Forever (with Chick Corea, Stanley Clarke and Lenny White), the celebrated acoustic Guitar Trio featuring fellow virtuosos John McLaughlin and Paco de Lucia, and the Rite of Strings trio with bassist Clarke and violinist Jean-Luc Ponty. And while his dazzling technique on both acoustic and electric guitars has afforded him regal status among the hordes of fretboard fanatics who regularly flock to his concerts, the depth of Di Meola's writing along with the soulfulness and the inherent lyricism of his guitaristic expression have won him legions of fans worldwide beyond the guitar aficionado set. A pioneer of blending world music and jazz, going back to early Latin-tinged fusion outings like 1976's Land of the Midnight Sun, 1977's Elegant Gypsy and 1978's Casino, the guitar great continues to explore the rich influence of flamenco, tango, Middle Eastern, Brazilian and African music with his World Sinfonia, an ambitious pan-global group that he formed in 1991. Their exhilarating world music fusion has been documented on such releases as 2000s The Grande Passion (featuring the Toronto Symphony Orchestra), 2007s Live in London, 2011s Pursuit of Radical Rhapsody and the stunning 2012 DVD, Morocco Fantasia (recorded at the Mawazine Festival in Rabat, Morocco and featuring special guests Said Chraibi on oud, Abdellah Meri on violin and Tari Ben Ali on percussion). Growing up in Bergenfield, NJ with the music of Elvis Presley, The Ventures and The Beatles, Di Meola naturally gravitated to guitar as a youngster and by his early teens was already an accomplished player. Attaining such impressive skills at such a young age didn't come easy for Al, but rather was the result of focused dedication and intensive periods of woodshedding between his junior and senior years in high school. I used to practice the guitar eight to ten hours a day, he told Down Beat. And I was trying to find myself, or find the kind of music that suited where I was going with the guitar.His earliest role models in jazz included guitarists Tal Farlow and Kenny Burrell. But when he discovered Larry Coryell, whom Al would later dub The Godfather of Fusion, he was taken with the guitarist's unprecedented blending of jazz, blues and rock into one seamless vocabulary on the instrument. I used to ride the bus from New Jersey to see him at little clubs in Greenwich Village, he recalls. Wherever he was playing, I'd be there. In 1972, Al enrolled at the Berklee College of Music in Boston and by the second semester there began playing in a fusion quartet led by keyboardist Barry Miles. When a gig tape of that band was later passed on to Chick Corea by a friend of Al's in 1974, the 19-year-old guitarist was tapped to join Coreas fusion supergroup Return to Forever as a replacement for guitarist Bill Connors. After three landmark recordings with Return to Forever -- 1974's Where Have I Known You Before, 1975's Grammy Award winning No Mystery and 1976's Romantic Warrior -- the group disbanded and Al subsequently started up his career as a solo artist. His 1976 debut as a leader, Land of the Midnight Sun, was a blazing showcase of his signature chops and Latintinged compositions that featured a stellar cast including drummers Steve Gadd and Lenny White, bassist Anthony Jackson and Jaco Pastorius, keyboardists Jan Hammer, Barry Miles and Chick Corea and percussionist Mingo Lewis. Over the course of six more albums with Columbia Records Elegant Gypsy, Casino, Splendido Hotel, Electric Rendezvous, Tour De Force and Scenario Al established himself as an influential force in contemporary music. 1980 marked the triumph of the acoustic guitar trio with Paco De Lucia and John McLaughlin. Their debut recording on Columbia Records, Friday Night in San Francisco, became a landmark recording that surpassed the four million mark in sales. The following year, 1981, Di Meola was inducted into Guitar Players Gallery of Greats after five consecutive wins as Best Jazz Guitarist in the magazines Readers Poll and winning best album and acoustic guitarist for a total of a record eleven wins. The three virtuosos in the trio toured together from 1980 through 1983, releasing the studio album Passion, Grace & Fire in 1982. In 1995, they reunited for a third recording, Guitar Trio, follow by another triumphant world tour. In early 1996, Di Meola formed a new trio with the violinist Jean-Luc Ponty and RTF bandmate Stanley Clarke called The Rite of Strings. Their self-titled debut was released in 1995. Di Meola subsequently recorded with the likes of opera superstar Luciano Pavarotti, pop stars Paul Simon, classical guitarist Manuel Barrueco, and Italian pop star Pino Daniele. Over the course of his career, he has also worked and recorded with Phil Collins, Carlos Santana, Steve Winwood, Wayne Shorter, Tony Williams, Herbie Hancock, Gonzalo Rubalcaba, Milton Naciemento, Egberto Gismonti, Stevie Wonder, Les Paul, Jimmy Page, Steve Vai, Frank Zappa and Cuban pianist Gonzalo Rubalcaba. Di Meolas 2013 release All Your Life was an acoustic tour de force that had him revisiting the music of a seminal influence The Beatles. I really credit the Beatles for the reason why I play guitar, he says. That was a major catalyst for me to want to learn music, so their impact was pretty strong. A virtual one-man show of virtuosity, it features the guitar great interpreting 14 familiar Beatles tunes in the stripped-down setting of strictly acoustic guitar. In 2015 he released Elysium, which finds the guitar great blending the lush tones of his nylon string Conde Hermanos acoustic prototype model and a 71 Les Paul electric (his Return to Forever and Elegant Gypsy axe) in a collection of songs that are at once invigorating and alluring. It represents a new composition phase for me, whereby the writing became, in a sense, my therapy during a challenging personal transition in my life," he said. In the same year he was honored as the 22nd recipient of the Montreal Jazz Festivals Miles Davis Award, created in 1994 to honor a great international jazz musician for the entire body of his or her work and for that musicians influence in regenerating the jazz idiom. 2018 marks a new era for Al Di Meola: His first of six signed projects with German record label ear music, OPUS was released in March. The Grammy award winning virtuoso says: With Opus I wanted to further my compositional skills as I think that the evolution of this part of my persona has labelled me more composer/guitarist than guitarist/composer. For the first time in my life, I have written music being happy, Im in a wonderful relationship with my wife, I have a baby girl and a beautiful family that inspires me every day. I believe it shows in the music. In July 2018 Di Meola was awarded the Honorary Doctorate Degree of Music of his former alma mater Berklee School of Music.

Venue:
Rams Head on Stage
31 West Street Annapolis

When:
Tue, 19 Feb 2019 8.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


James McMurtry


with Bonnie Whitmore
"The simple fact is that James McMurtry may be the truest, fiercest songwriter of his generation..."-Stephen King | Entertainment WeeklyAUSTIN, Texas James McMurtrys new single, State of the Union, is now available as a free download via his website www.jamesmcmurtry.com. The singular songwriters razor-sharp sociopolitical commentary surely will turn heads: My brothers a fascist, lives in Palacios, fishes the pier every night, the song opens. He holsters his glock in a double retention. He smokes while he waits for a bite. He dont like the Muslims. He dont like the Jews. He dont like the Blacks and he dont trust the news. He hates the Hispanics and alternative views. Hell tell you its tough to be white.Every region of the United States seems to have its own way of Anglicizing, or rather, Americanizing Spanish names, McMurtry explains. Theres a town called Palacios on the Texas coast. Texans pronounce it Palashuss, which just happens to kinda rhyme with fascist. While theres usually at least one in every town, I dont know for a fact that theres even one actual fascist residing in or near the town of Palacios, Texas. This song, like most of my songs, is a work of fiction. Any resemblance of any of my characters to actual persons, living or deceased, is just plain lucky.

Venue:
Rams Head on Stage
31 West Street Annapolis

When:
Fri, 22 Feb 2019 8.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Amy Grant



Conventional wisdom has it that Amy Grant put Contemporary Christian Music on the map, becoming the first CCM artist to have a platinum record, the first to hit No. 1 on the Pop charts, and the first to perform at the GRAMMY Awards. Since then, Grant has been strumming her way through a 30-plus year adventure as a singer-songwriter, author, television host and speaker. Early on, Grants iconic voice became instantly recognizable in both the Christian and pop worlds, some even dubbing her the Queen of Christian Pop. Over the years, she has sold more than 30 million albums worldwide, including three multi-platinum, six platinum, and four gold. Her chart performance has also been consistent throughout her career, boasting six No. 1 hits, 10 Top 40 pop singles, 17 Top 40 adult contemporary tracks and multiple contemporary Christian chart toppers. In recognition of such success, Grant has received 6 GRAMMY Awards and 26 Dove Awards, a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and a star on the Music City Walk of Fame. Additionally, she was most recently inducted into the Gospel Music Hall of Fame in Nashville. Stepping out from behind her guitar, Grant found herself hosting the NBC prime time series Three Wishes in 2005, bringing her into millions of living rooms across America every Friday night. The people she met and stories she collected proved to be great inspiration for creating new music and even writing a book. Two years later, Grants first book, Mosaic: Pieces of My Life So Far, was published. She continues to share her stories with audiences all over the country as a keynote and inspirational speaker.In April 2016, Grant celebrated the 25th anniversary of her first pop hit, Baby Baby, with a worldwide release of a new version of the song featuring pop sensation and fellow Capitol Music Group recording artist Tori Kelly. Growing her wildly popular Christmas brand, Grant then released Tennessee Christmas in October 2016, her first all-new Christmas album in nearly twenty years. She looks forward to national arena symphony Christmas tours each November and December with long-time friend Michael W. Smith, as well as an annual Christmas residency at the world-famous Ryman Auditorium in Nashville with country superstar husband Vince Gill.Grant resides with her family in Nashville, Tennessee, and is widely known for her philanthropy and tireless involvement in local causes and charitable organizations. Her own organization, The Helping Hands Foundation, has afforded her the opportunity to identify needs around her and the resources to help meet them, which has proven to be the sweetest reward of all.

Venue:
Rams Head on Stage
31 West Street Annapolis

When:
Wed, 19 Jun 2019 8.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Todd Snider


with Reed Foehl
One morning near the end of August, Todd Snider was relaxing with a visitor on the back porch of his house just outside Nashville, drinking coffee and shooting the breeze while his dog, Cowboy Jim, took a nap nearby. After a while, Snider said to his guest, Ive got an albums worth of songs, and I think the songs are telling me to make a folk record.This was a surprising bit of news considering he had spent the last six years making rock albums of one kind or another. But Snider was feeling as if he had maybe drifted too far from the shore. He was feeling the pull to start over, to go back to what he was doing when he first began, to return to his roots as a folksinger. If Snider needed any further evidence that was the direction he should pursue, he got it a half hour later. Back inside his home office, he checked his email and had one from his manager informing him he had just received an offer to play the 2019 Newport Folk Festival, an event he had never done.Snider mentioned he had been listening to Woody Guthries Library of Congress Recordings, then crossed the room to the turntable and put the needle down on side one of the record. Woody Guthrie sometimes gets me reset on why you do a song, instead of how, Snider explains of the man who has long been a touchstone for him. When I was young, there was something about him that made me want to do it. So once or twice a year, Ill go back to him, Ill go back to the source.Guthrie famously had the words This machine kills fascists printed on his guitar, and on several of the songs on Sniders new album, Cash Cabin Sessions, Vol. 3, he squarely aims his guitar at the creeping fascism he sees in America. He had been wanting to make a political record since 2016, and although only half the songs lean in that direction, there is one constant throughout the album: a man, his guitar, and the truth.* * * * *Snider has long been recognized as one of his generations most gifted and engaging songwriters, so its no surprise he has returned with a brilliant set of songs and make no mistake, Cash Cabin Sessions, Vol. 3 contains some of his best work as a writer. But what really jumps out on the album is Sniders growth as a musician and vocalist. He plays all the instruments on the record, and his guitar work and harmonica playing are nothing short of exceptional; not only full of feeling, but highly skilled. In regards to his guitar playing on the record, Snider says he wanted to take everything hes learned over the past 30 years and play the way he used to play really well. As far as his vocals on the album are concerned, Snider is singing with more confidence than ever, a confidence born in part from his time with Hard Working Americans doing nothing but sing. His stirring vocal performances range from slurring blues mumble to Dylanesque talking blues to gravely, honest ache.Of the five songs on which Snider serves up his humorous brand of socio-political commentary, three are performed in the talking blues style: Talking Reality Television Blues, a hilariously accurate short history of television; The Blues on Banjo, a bad case of the blues caused by the sorry state of everything from the crooked international monetary-military-industrial complex to the spineless politicians who serve it and which references Blue Suede Shoes, Richard Lewis, and Townes Van Zandt; and A Timeless Response to Current Events, a brilliant bit of wordplay on which he calls bullshit on faux patriotism, crooked capitalism, and lying politicians. Jason Isbell and Amanda Shires contributed backing vocals on the latter two songs.There are two other songs on the album featuring Sniders socio-political points of view: Just Like Overnight, about the surprising inevitability of change, and Framed, written from the point of view of the framed "first dollar bill" in a bar, a point of view that shows doing the right thing doesn't pay.There also are three songs with a music theme. If not for the events that led to the writing of one of those songs,The Ghost of Johnny Cash, there almost certainly would be no Cash Cabin Sessions, Vol. 3. After a visit to Cash Cabin Studio for a Loretta Lynn session in 2015 where she recorded a song they cowrote, Snider began having a recurring dream about the studio that featured the Man in Black himself. The dream led him to book time at the studio and ultimately inspired him to write The Ghost of Johnny Cash, which tells the story of Loretta Lynn dancing with Cashs ghost outside the studio in the middle of the night. As he did on much of the record, Snider played the century-old Martin that had long been Johnny Cashs favorite instrument on that song.Snider paid tribute to Cashs longtime friend and confidante in another of the music-themed songs, Cowboy Jack Clements Waltz. Inspired by the iconic record mans oft-quoted maxims regarding the art of recording, the song achingly laments Clements passing, while touchingly celebrating his legacy. The album opens with the other song with a music theme, Working on a Song. Its an existential exercise, a song Snider wrote about writing a song called Where Do I Go Now That Im Gone, an idea he actually has been working on for thirty years, but which remains unfinished.There are also two songs that are personal in nature: Watering Flowers in the Rain, which was inspired by a former associate of Sniders whose nickname was Elvis, and Like a Force of Nature, a philosophical reflection on the orbital nature of friendships. Isbell also added harmony vocals to Like a Force of Nature.If Snider is anything, he is a true artist, and he reminds us of that on Cash Cabin Sessions, Vol. 3. At a point in time when the world has never been more complicated and confusing, with people getting louder and louder, Snider did a 180, went back to his roots as a folksinger, to a simpler, quieter form of expression; and it might be what the world is waiting to hear: just a man, his guitar, and the truth.

Venue:
Rams Head on Stage
31 West Street Annapolis

When:
Sat, 4 May 2019 8.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

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