Doors at 6:30 PM, Show at 7:00 PM
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INDIVIDUAL Public Onsale: March 14, 2020 3:49 PM to May 30, 2020 12:00 PM
Ultimate Fan Experience! Intimate show (only 114 seats, back row only 68 ft from the stage), close parking, full multi-course dinner, luxurious seating, and all gratuities always included.
Tony Ramey grew up in West Virginia on Bluegrass and Bill Withers; found Willie, Waylon, Cash, and Kristofferson at eleven, who compelled him to write songs; then heard Steve Earle who made him move to Guitar Town to hone his craft; and he left for Texas when the road called him out again...
Somewhere in the middle of all that he acquired a Masters, taught at a university while working on his PhD, and garnered Gold and Platinum Records as a songwriter in Nashville. Currently he tours the US and Texas, where he has been named 2016's Independent Artist of the Year by the Texas Country Music Association.
With the exception of his latest release Soul Survivor, featuring a duet with the iconic Willie Nelson (also a new fan of his music), Tony Ramey has not caught much press. Yet, he is still grabbing the attention of industry people, and growing his audience by leaps and bounds because of his undeniable prowess as a singer/songwriter. Tony has spent most of his music career flying below the media radar and refusing to don make-up for a camera. Not one for glitz and glamour, he prefers the troubadour life-style on the road, and the solace of his writer's getaway between shows where he says he can "be alone with nature, his thoughts, and the eternal spring of the Art Spirit." Tony holds most music review publications under suspicion because of the incestuous tendencies of industry circles. During an appearance at a writer's symposium, he was reported telling a group of patrons that he "survived education, and though he hardly came out of it unscathed, at least [he] wasn't almost annihilated by the jaws of commerce and media."
Hit Songs Include: Dreaming Enough to Get Me By, The Bible, The Bottle, and the Gun, Bullets First, and Heroes in the Field