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Ralph Roddenbery Band, The Squirrelheads
The Squirrelheads
Ralph Roddenbery Band
Jun 1, 2013 at 8:00 PM
Doors open 6:00 PM
Ticket sales ended Jun 2, 2013 3:00 AM. Additional tickets may be available at the box office.
RRB and The Squirrelheads double-bill for a night that is guaranteed to get you up and moving, and send you home smiling. Members of both bands are long-time friends, RRB having played several Fare Thee Well Foundation benefits produced by Squirrelheads member, Jamie Hood. RRB bassist Tommy Jones, performed with the Squirrelheads, winding through downtown Atlanta for a Mardi Gras Street March. The connections run very deep between these two acts and we're excited to have them perform at the Melting Point. Doors open @ 6pm for dinner & drinks - Music @ 8pm sharp
- 18+ Show -
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Ticket Prices
General Admission
$10
VIP Suite-Includes 10 Tickets
$200
Event Schedule
The Squirrelheads
8:00 PM
Ralph Roddenbery Band
9:30 PM
The Squirrelheads have been dishing out New Orleans-influenced funk, blues, boogie and southern soul since 2001. Their influences vary widely; The Meters, Neville Brothers, Dr. John, Buckwheat Zydeco, The Radiators, James Brown and The Allman Brothers. They have shared the stage with Jimmy Herring, Tab Benoit, Papa Mali, Sister Hazel, Rebirth Brass Band and many others. Members are: Jamie Hood, Mike McKenney, Eric Murphy & Bob Glick more >>>
Ralph Roddenbery Band will be joined by Ted Norton, former guitarist for The Grapes, but who has been a standing member of RRB for many years. Members include; Ralph Jones Roddenbery, Tommy Jones, Richie and Samantha Alessi-Jones and Ted 'adopted Jones' Norton. (The band likes to keeping it consistent!)

RRB and The Squirrelheads double-bill for a night that is guaranteed to get you up and moving, and send you home smiling. Members of both bands are long-time friends, RRB having played several Fare Thee Well Foundation benefits produced by Squirrelheads member, Jamie Hood. RRB bassist Tommy Jones, performed with the Squirrelheads, winding through downtown Atlanta for a Mardi Gras Street March.

"The songs focus on the perseverance of life’s scrappers and underdogs. They keep the show rolling with a sharp blend of roots and jam rock, blues, Americana and country inflections.

Live onstage, is where Ralph and the gang shine brightest..Their album, For So Long, is a perfect take-along for road trips or short drives around the immediate outdoor universe. Michael Andrews - Flagpole

RRB "brought authentic southern rock that stopped me dead in my tracks as I was walked by them. The lyrics touched upon a thought in my head and reeled me in, and before I knew it I was laying in a hammock... In the traditional southern storytelling style, Ralph's lyrics were easy to relate to, intertwining common threads in everyday human experiences." Alexander Borsody - JamBase more >>>