Dru Hill at the 2010 BET Awards
Rams Head Live will greet the new year with a blast from the long, long ago past: a performance by Dru Hill, the Baltimore R&B group that's better known these days for their clips on "I Love the 90s."
The group will be on the road promoting their back catalog.
Sisqo, Jazz, and Nokio haven't released a new album since last summer, when "InDRUpendence Day" came out. It seems they haven't worked on anything else since; their official Twitter page is still plugging the 2010 album. Tickets for the show, at $35, are on sale already go on sale Friday.
A Sisqo comeback is, fingers crossed, not far behind.
Also at Rams Head Live, Hank Williams III, aka Hank3, will perform November 16. Tickets, at $15, are already on sale.
Williams' father, Hank Williams Jr., was in the news recently when he compared Barack Obama to Hitler during an appearance on the Fox News morning gabfest. As a result, ESPN dropped his intro song to "Monday Night Football."
Mobtown Studios announced last week the last three microshows of the year: Lands & Peoples, Soul Cannon frontman Eze Jackson, and INEVERYROOM.
Mobtown has been holding the microshows, which are part "live taping, part house concert," since 2008. Celebration, Dustin Wong, June Star have been among the performers. All the tapings are here.
Tickets are free, but seating is limited. The Lands & Peoples show October 13 is already at capacity, but tickets are on sale for the Jackson show on November 10 and the INEVERYROOM show on December 8.
Update: Dashboard Confessional's frontman, Chris Carrabba, is going on a solo tour of Midwest and East Coast cities. He performs at Towson's Recher Theater, where his band played in December, December 3.
Tickets for the show, which start at $26, are already on sale.
This post has been updated to reflect an incorrect description of Hank Williams III.