Rams Head Dockside

Address: 1702 Furnace Drive, Glen Burnie, MD 21060

Phone: (410) 590-2280 | Presenter

Nightlife | Music Venue

About Rams Head Dockside

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Beginnings: A Tribute to the Music of Chicago
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Beginnings: A Tribute to the Music of Chicago

January 13, 2018

There are not many bands that can boast 38 million in sales in the US, with 22 Gold, 18 Platinum and 8 multi-Platinum albums resulting in five number-one albums and 21 top-ten singles. This distinction belongs to Chicago. Once self-described as “Rock & Roll with horns”, an observation that soon became only a small part of their musical legacy. Nearly always experimental, introducing more complex harmonies and voicing coupled with intricate rhythm patterns into essentially rock and roll songs. The results changed the way many heard rock and roll and brought jazz elements to a whole new audience.

Comedian Ralphie May
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Comedian Ralphie May

November 30, 2017

For 25 years now, Ralphie May has appeared at the biggest venues, slayed every late-night audience multiple times, recorded a special for every comedy-loving network on television, traveled the world for the USO and reached the level of popularity few standup comedians have attained. Yet little compares to the amount of exposure May received when Netflix exclusively launched his new comedy special “Unruly” in 2015, at the same time it released the new season of “House of Cards.”

Kris Allen
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Kris Allen

November 29, 2017

Kris Allen is an American singer best known for being the winner of the eighth season of American Idol.On New Year’s Day in 2013, Kris Allen and his then-­pregnant wife Katy were in a head-­on collision that left the singer/songwriter/guitarist with a career-­threatening shattered wrist. In the two years that followed, he underwent three surgeries, re-­‐learned how to play guitar (despite regaining just 30 percent movement in the damaged wrist), recorded his third album, and toured relentlessly—including a two-­month-­long stint that started just one week after his accident. The American Idol season 8 winner ultimately retreated from the whirlwind and immersed himself in a songwriting spell that yielded more than 70 new tracks. Culled from that collection of songs, Allen’s fourth full-­length album Letting You In finds the Nashville-based artist delivering his most intimate and dynamic work to date.