Paul and Linda McCartney’s Ram was released way back in 1971, not that long after the breakup of The Beatles. Critics hated it, calling it fluff, something unworthy of the former Beatle. Yet it generated hits and was all over the radio. The truth is, it was a fun record.
Tonight, starting at 7pm, RAM will be remembered and recreated at The Bowery Electric by these New York musicians: Lizzie Edwards, Charles Roth, Dave Foster, Tom Shad, Richard Feridun, Tommy DeVito, Mike Fornatale, Erica Smith, Mary Spencer Knapp, Rembert Block, and Jeff Hudgins. So hang out with Uncle Albert and Admiral Halsey, put you hands across the water and enjoy some Monkberry Moon Delight.
A Tribute to Paul and Linda McCartney’s Ram, The Bowery Electric, 327 Bowery between 2nd and 3rd Streets (6 Train to Bleecker Street or Astor Place, F Train to 2nd Avenue, use the 2nd Avenue exit), 7pm, $10