Maryland-based contemporary singer-songwriter Tony Denikos, the grand prize winner in the 2012 Mid-Atlantic Song Contest, is among the artists from Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C. paying tribute to Bruce Springsteen and Van Morrison during a special Dream Discs show at Rams Head On Stage (3 West Street, Annapolis, MD) on Friday, Nov. 29. Admission to the 8 p.m. concert is $25. Tickets may be purchased online at www.ramsheadonstage.com.
Dream Discs pays faithful tribute to two of the greatest and best-loved albums in rock and roll history – Springsteen’s 1973 masterpiece The Wild, The Innocent & the E Street Shuffle and Van Morrison’s 1970 classic Moondance, says Ron Newmyer, the show’s producer. Both recordings appear on Top 100 Albums of All Time lists compiled by Rolling Stone and other music publications, and each will be performed in sequence and in its entirety at Rams Head On Stage. Among the artists slated to perform, in addition to Tony Denikos, are Luke Brindley, Daryl Cline, Billy Coulter, Tommy Lepson, Kirk Phillips, Eric Scott, and Brian Simms (Chopteeth).
For more information, visit the Rams Head On Stage website or contact Newmyer Flyer Productions at (202) 439-8015 or the venue at (410) 268-4545.