All Ages
Friday, May 31, 2024
Doors: 8pm Show: 9pm
Rising quickly through the tribute ranks, RagDolls has garnered the type of critical acclaim – in the span of a single year – that takes most bands years to achieve.  Delivering energetic and powerful performances, RagDolls dig deep into the soul of America’s greatest rock and roll band. If imitation is the greatest form of flattery, then it is blatantly clear that these women capture the essence of Aerosmith out of a love for the music and its energy. Their ultimate goal: to leave audiences feeling like they’ve experienced the real thing. 
Soaring over the solid bedrock laid down by the band, Susie Major channels Steven Tyler’s bluesy tone and vocal acrobatics with soul and dynamics, while Ali Handal recreates Joe Perry’s signature leads with stunning accuracy and style. Supported by Masha McSorley steadily keeping the groove going on rhythm guitar, Tara Rae holding the bottom strong on bass and Marisa Testa driving the band mercilessly on drums. RagDolls has painstakingly crafted a live experience that matches Aerosmith’s look, sound and energy with no holds barred.
Aerosmith has been one of the world’s leading rock bands for decades. From the early days of rock anthems like Dream On, Walk This Way, and Sweet Emotion to the MTV era hits such as I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing, Janie’s Got a Gun, Cryin’ and Love in an Elevator, Aerosmith has dominated the airwaves and stages all over the globe.  
Come and get your wings with RagDolls. 
Audiences can expect to hear:
Walk This Way
Sweet Emotion
Dream On
Livin’ on The Edge 
I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing
Love in an Elevator 
Rag Doll
Seasons of Wither
Last Child
Janie’s Got a Gun
What It Takes
Back in The Saddle
Toys in The Attic
Same Ol’ Song & Dance 
Draw The Line 
Train Kept A Rollin’ 
…and more.
“With so much talent, so much charisma, and gritty rock & roll, RagDolls quickly dispel the moniker of an “All-Female” Aerosmith Tribute… They are as good or better than any gender-specific band. They are, in one word: superb.” – The Greene Room Magazine

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