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908 K Street - 916.446.4361
$ 5 voucher for parking at the Capitol Garage
just across the street @ 10th & K Sts.

7:30 pm / Only $6.00* / 21+
(* unless otherwise noted)

Hosted by Sacramento's own
Richard March and his Band

Wednesday, March 14th
Sticky Vikki
& the Pinecones

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Wednesday, March 21st
Amee Chapman

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Wednesday, March 28th
Flat Mountain Girls

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Wednesday, April 4th
Cockfight Kings

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Wednesday, April 11th
John Hammond

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Wednesday, April 25th
Steve Forbert

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"Americana Ramble" Series
hosted by Richard March & Band

It's down home music down under at 908 K Street!
Join music-loving friends every Wednesday evening
for the wide-ranging stuff of Americana!
Area and national singer-songwriters,
alt-country, bluegrass, folk and acoustic blues
are part of this comfortable new Swell Productions series
in the new Marilyn's on K St.

Richard March





Ides of March on KDVS!
March 15, 11pm-midnight
Richard March & band on L.I.S.A (Live in Studio A)
Tune into 90.3 KDVS in Davis, Ca or stream live on kdvs.org

Americana Ramble
March 2007

03/14- Sticky Vikki & the Pinecones

From Nevada City, Sticki Vikki and her Pinecones occassionally bring her coustin-in-law, guitar great Albert Lee, on stage with her. Not sure if this is happening this week, but Vikki's alt-country and rockabilly music stuff will make for a great Ramble this week.

03/21- Amee Chapman & the Big Finish

"Chapman's songs and sound paint big sky backdrops on which she casts the shadows of various folk in tender moments of melancholy and hopefulness."
With a voice that conveys both the brutal honesty of a changing California and the tender footed sweetness of its past, Amee Chapman maintains a meandering love affair with the roots of American music and with the oft times bitter realities of rural soul. Influenced by the likes of Lucinda Williams, Esther Phillips, and Jeff Tweedy, her singing, songwriting and guitar playing reflect the images of the average and eccentric: lonesome highway phone booths, sea faring whiskey rebels, city wise angeled outlaws and suicidal tattooed cowboys, all of them pent up together on a stretch of land between the past and the present.

03/28- Flat Mountain Girls

"Flat Mountain Girls - It's some of that corn-slurping old-time craziness, this time psycho-conducted from '30s Appalachia by three clogging, harmony-singing female maniacs."
-Zach Dundas, Willamette Week, Portland, OR

April 2007

04/04- Cockfight Kings

04/11- John Hammond

Hammond's new album, Push Come to Shove, released January 23rd.
Produced by G Love.
Though Hammond may be a 40-plus-year veteran of the music business, he’s lost none of the fire and credibility that first attracted G Love to Hammond’s music: “He attacks the guitar and harmonica and vocals - he goes after it!” That passion and openness is evident in the laid-back but vital grooves of Push Comes To Shove. Hammond's voice runs the gamut from big and gruff to sly and sexy, while his stellar steel guitar work and harp playing would be at home in any gritty roadside honky tonk. If much of Hammond’s past genius has been re-imagining other’s songs, on Push Comes To Shove, he’s re-imagining and pushing the boundaries of his signature style and career while staying true to his roots. And when Hammond sings “I’m a rhythm king, baby…. / If you wanna rock and roll, I sure won’t do you wrong,” he couldn’t be more right.

04/25- Steve Forbert

April 2007

05/02- Rusty Zinn

...and mark it down...

05/30- Uncle Monk

"There is life after the Ramones, but who knew that its sound would be bluegrass? Tom Erdelyi, better known as Tommy Ramone, the band's first drummer (and only surviving original member), plays a mean mandolin in this new acoustic duo, singing tautly written songs much like Ramones songs, but with tenderness about the comforts and subtle politics of home life. "
- Ben Sisario, NEW YORK TIMES (June 9, 2006)