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Live Lunch Double Bill with Rubblebucket and Nikki Lane Friday, September 19

Live Lunch

Come by the new WTMD studios at 12:00 Noon and be a part of this live broadcast at our new performance studio. Best of all–It’s Free! Just show up between 11:30 and Noon. Late comers admitted as time allows. The show starts at Noon and lasts an hour. The Details: 1 Olympic Place, Towson, MD…

News & Culture

Downtown Upload: Wesley Stuckey’s Baltimore Story

Downtown Upload

The Downtown Upload Weekly Podcast, with Megan Isennock from the Downtown Partnership of Baltimore featuring information and interviews on the people and places that make life Good for Downtown . Good for Baltimore. Listen below: Downtown Upload Wesley 2 Previous episodes here.

SOLD OUT! — WTMD’s Dirty Soul Party presents Baltimore Soul Revue

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Update: This show is sold out! Thank you! On Saturday, September 13, WTMD’s Dirty Soul Party brings you the Baltimore Soul Revue, featuring the legendary soul singers The Softones, Winfield Parker and Sheila Ross of the Royalettes, performing live with the Bellevederes. Winfield Parker played saxophone in Little Richard’s band and backed up Otis Redding…

Weekend on the Radio 09/11 to 09/14

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This weekend, catch tall ships, Melissa Etheridge, John Lithgow, the Vice Prez & Pres at the 200th Star Spangled Celebration at Fort McHenry and all over the Inner Harbor, if you’re not stuck in traffic. If you’re one of the lucky ones with tickets, get ready to move your feet Saturday night to the now-sold-out…

The Understudy at The Everyman Theatre

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Kicking off their second full season at their new home, The Everyman Theatre opens the 2014/15 season with an theater insider comedy called “The Understudy”. The three person play is about the dynamics of an actor, a stage manager, and the understudy, while getting ready to perform a newly discovered Kafka play. It’s written by…

Warren Haynes Plays Dead w. BSO

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This Friday at Pier Six Pavilion, Warren Haynes joins the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra for a Jerry Garcia Symphonic Celebration. The Gov’t Mule frontman and Allman Brothers guitarist channels Jerry by plugging in his 70’s era guitar The Wolf & using a choice pedal and nailing the tone and wah-wah sound of those riffs and solos….

Sunny Side Up: Margaret Valentine

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Upstate New York country crossover singer/songwriter Margaret Valentine possesses an ache in her voice that recalls Rosanne Cash. Add string arrangements to her honest songs, and you’ll notice a kind-of mournful quality to her music. But there’s plenty of light too, and she lets it shine during her Sunny Side Up session. Oh, and she’s…

Sunny Side Up: Vance Joy

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Australian uke man Vance Joy stopped by WTMD just before he won the coveted Song of the Year and Best Pop Vocal at the APRA Awards Down Under. And not long after that, Atlantic Records announced the name of the former Australian Rules footballer’s debut album. Dream Your Life Away comes out in early September….

Sunny Side Up: Asgeir

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Icelandic singer Asgeir has sold more copies of his debut record in his native country than first efforts by more famous fellow countrymen & women. And despite that just everybody is fluent in English, he kept it real & rooted by singing in Icelandic and to the words of his poet/father. An English translation of…

5 O’clock Shadow- September 18th

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The original artist didn’t start a dance craze, but more of a funny meme after an appearance on David Letterman’s show. The Baltimore band released a critically and consumer friendly album earlier this year called Singles. This song was the crazy dancing single that you likely heard first on WTMD. The Shadow artist is an…

5 O’Clock Shadow- September 17th

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It would have been the original artists 91st birthday today, but he died like the Rock Star he was, over dosed on pills in the back of a Cadillac. It was hard to choose one song out of his legendary canon of Country and Western standards that he created. The deciding factor? I am personally…