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World Music Promotions Pick
Event Of The Week
RAM @ SOB's
'One Exclusive NYC Show'
Friday April 27, 2012
Show: 12:00 AM & 2:00 AM
Admission: $22 Advance/ $25 Day Of/
FREE Admission w/ Delta Airlines Ticket Stub, Delta Airlines Credit Card or Delta Baggage Claim Ticket
Hosted By: Jube Altino
204 Varick St, NY, NY.
Info @ 212-243-4940
From PAPA JUBE's desk-
" Don't miss RAM LIVE AT SOBS Friday APril 27th, "ONE EXCLUSIVE NEW YORK SHOW" RAM is bringing the HEAT STRAIGHT FROM THE MOTHER LAND OF HAITI, that Fresh Organic Contemporary Roots Dance Rhythms will heal your soul as you dance your night away in the comfortable settings of the Legendary World Music Venue SOBS !!! Come early get dinner, call for table reservations, and bring your dancing shoes!!!!
Shows: 12 & 2AM
DON'T MISS THIS HISTORICAL SHOW!!!!
RAM In Concert: globalFEST 2011
Click for photos/live show
January 18, 2011
"Such happy music from a country with so much suffering is just one of a few juxtapositions in the Haitian band RAM. There's RAM's leader, a middle-aged white man sporting a top hat, tails and and an ascot dancing along side and singing with his Haitian-born wife. RAM is an experience to see and hear, as homemade rara horns much like vuvuzelas add spice to an already hot band. Deriving its name from the initials of band leader Richard A. Morse, a Puerto Rican-born Haitian-American singer and songwriter, RAM has been a fixture in Haiti's mizik rasin (roots music) movement. It first gained worldwide attention in 1993, when its song "Ibo Lele (Dreams Come True)" was included in the soundtrack to the film Philadelphia. Known for Thursday night performances at the historic Hotel Oloffson in Port-au-Prince, RAM blends traditional sounds ofrara horns and petwo drums with some rock 'n' roll"