Badfinger’s Joey Molland Performing “Straight Up” Live & Complete – Tickets – Rams Head On Stage – Annapolis, MD – June 29th, 2017

Badfinger's Joey Molland Performing "Straight Up" Live & Complete

Badfinger's Joey Molland Performing "Straight Up" Live & Complete

The Cryers

Thu, June 29, 2017

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

Rams Head On Stage

Annapolis, MD

$39.50

This event is 21 and over

Joey Molland
Joey Molland
It's the 45th anniversary of the greatest album by Badfinger, 1972's Straight Up, and the band's legendary guitarist, songwriter, and vocalist Joey Molland --along with his dynamic band--brings the album to the stage in a bracing live show. Featuring 5 tracks written by Joey, Q magazine described Straight Up as "brimming with mature melodies and bracing verse/chorus interplay", while NME deemed it "[a] stone cold beauty of an album" and advised: "Love it like your mother …" George Harrison produced four tracks on the album, "Name of the Game", "Suitcase","I'd Die Babe", the latter two written by Molland, and Pete Ham's "Day After Day", which gave the group a Top 5 U.S. single. AllMusic says " there's absolutely no filler and everybody is in top form". The album, which also featured "Baby Blue", stayed on the Billboard Top Pop Albums chart for 32 weeks.

From their legendary lineup, Joey Molland continues the unforgettable legacy of BADFINGER. One of the original signings to the Beatles’ Apple Records label, they had their first hit single with a Paul McCartney penned song, "Come and Get It", which went to #7 in the U.S. charts. Badfinger followed this with their own compositions "No Matter What", "Day After Day" (produced by George Harrison), and "Baby Blue", which went to #8, #4 and #14 respectively. During this time American singer Harry Nilsson placed Badfinger's song "Without You" on top of the charts, and Mariah Carey did the same in 1994. VH1 produced a "Behind The Music" documentary about the band, whose songs continue to heard in films (The Departed, etc), on television (Breaking Bad finale et al), and of course on Classic Rock and oldies radio; Harry Nilsson's version of "Without You" was featured in the 2016 film starring Tina Fey, "Whiskey Tango Foxtrot". Joey Molland and Badfinger played on John Lennon's Imagine album and joined George Harrison for the Concert for Bangla Desh. Joey Molland released a new record, titled “Return to Memphis”, in 2014.
The Cryers
The Cryers
THE CRYERS have been performing since 1991, throughout the U.S.A. & Canada, as well as their home base of NJ/NY. The band's sound is based deep within the roots of Rock 'n Roll. It features a solid beat, captivating harmonies, and powerfully written songs. Along with their original material, the band performs with gutsy exuberance, tunes from the vast archives of Rock 'n Roll, breathing new life into timeless classics as well as contemporary songs from the cutting edge. Sid Berstein, the man responsible for bringing the Beatles to America, calls this band "Magical!"

The band's unique "rootsy" sound originates from the songwriting talents of bassist/vocalist Joe Orlando (www.joeorlando.com) and guitarist/vocalist Jeff Brown. They are dynamically supported by keyboardist/vocalist Belle Liao and drummer Tommy Seesellberg. Orlando's powerful, soothing voice and melodic bass lines, influenced by the early days of Rock 'n Roll, are complimented nicely by Brown's seasoned vocals and gritty guitar sound chiseled from the Rock 'n Roll bedrock of the 60's and 70's. Liao's sweet harmonies and classically trained keys are the icing on top, and the hard rockin' beat of Seesselberg, drives the sound home with one of the strongest two and fours in the business, honed from his days on the road performing with Rock Star Legends.
Venue Information:
Rams Head On Stage
33 West St.
Annapolis, MD, 21401
http://www.ramsheadonstage.com/

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