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O'Malley's band booked for 'rollicking evening'

By John Wagner

Thumbnail image for O'Malley'sMarch.jpgLast week's election victory means Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley (D) will be back in Annapolis. So, too, will his Celtic rock band.

Rams Head Tavern announced Tuesday that O'Malley's March is booked to play a pair of pre-Christmas concerts at the venue just around the corner from the State House in Annapolis.

"The region's favorite Celtic rockers are back with a double serving of holiday cheer!" read the announcement. "Join Martin and the boys for a rollicking evening of traditional and original tunes, seasonal classics, and general merriment!"

Tickets are on sale for both Dec. 23 shows.

O'Malley significantly curtailed his band activities starting with his 2006 election bid, though O'Malley's March has continued to make periodic appearances since then.

By John Wagner  | November 10, 2010; 8:48 AM ET
Categories:  2010 Elections, Governor, John Wagner  
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