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First Ever Believe in Music Festival July 26 at Oregon Ridge

Believe in Music Festival

WTMD is proud to partner with the Believe in Music Program to bring you the first ever BELIEVE IN MUSIC FESTIVAL on July 26 at Oregon Ridge! Believe In Music aims to uplift underprivileged Baltimore City Students academically, culturally, and spiritually, while promoting self-expression and community awareness through music education. A Concert and Community Gathering…

Live Lunch with Spottiswoode & His Enemies April 25th

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Come by the 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 21204…

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First Ever Believe in Music Festival July 26 at Oregon Ridge

Believe in Music Festival

WTMD is proud to partner with the Believe in Music Program to bring you the first ever BELIEVE IN MUSIC FESTIVAL on July 26 at Oregon Ridge! Believe In Music aims to uplift underprivileged Baltimore City Students academically, culturally, and spiritually, while promoting self-expression and community awareness through music education. A Concert and Community Gathering…

Concert for the Chesapeake – Viewing Party at WTMD

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On Sunday, April 27th you are invited to come watch the MPT and WTMD produced Concert for the Chesapeke. Brooks Long and the Mad Dog No Good, The Great American Canyon Band, and The Herd of Main Street are performing and connecting potential volunteers to environmental opportunities on the bay. Get inspired with us. We…

Downtown Upload: CASA’s “Art of Caring” fundraiser with board member Francesca Siciliano

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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 CASA’s “Art of Caring” Previous episodes here.

Weekend on the Radio 04/17-04/20

Record Store Day

This weekend, hang out with a member of Metallica on Record Store Day in Fells Point, go Easter egg hunting with the animals (but don’t steal theirs) at the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore and see Sam Raimi’s cult classic “Evil Dead” come to life at McDaniel College in Westminster. For more on these events, click…

Inside ‘Everything On It,’ WTMD’s first installation art exhibit

"The Worm" by Andrew Liang is part of "Everything On It," WTMD's first installation art exhibit.

Listen: ‘Everything On It’ Power rangers, teenage mutant ninja turtles and other whimsical figures dance along a giant black swirl painted on the wall inside WTMD’s conference room. In the lobby, the windows are dotted with dozens of black vinyl cutouts in different shapes and sizes. It’s all part of “Everything On It,” an exhibit created…

Free reception for new art exhibit ‘Everything On It’ 7 p.m. Friday March 28

Vinyl cutouts from Zoe Friedman (left) and cartoon-style mural paintings by Andrew Liang (right) are part of "Everything On It," a new art exhibit at WTMD.

Two of Baltimore’s most exciting young artists have come together to transform the WTMD studios with an art exhibit designed just for this space. Andrew Liang and Zoe Friedman are re-imagining WTMD with vinyl cutouts, cartoon-style mural paintings, videos and more. WTMD is partnering with the award-winning online publication Bmoreart for the exhibit, titled “Everything…

Sunny Side Up: Courtney Barnett

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“Avant Gardner” by Courtney Barnett, the angst-ridden, stand-up worthy recounting of an allergic reaction has quickly connected with WTMD listeners. But aside from her wit and conversational observations, this Aussie artist impresses with her surfy electric slide guitar-playing and a deadpan voice. Check out her excellent Sunny Side Up session below and get into the…

Sunny Side Up: Robert Ellis

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The twang of Texas-native Robert Ellis draws you into his songs. It’s warm and intensely expressive, like Jason Isbell’s or Jesse Malin’s. His second album on New West Records The Lights From The Chemical Plant features characters walking a fine line, and sophisticated pop-crafting in the vein of one of his heroes, Paul Simon, whom…

5 O’Clock Shadow- April 22nd

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The Wabash Cannonball is a traditional American tune, and the original artist today borrows the melody and makes this classic rock-n-roll song. The 1964 song is a story about a poor boy traveling across the country from Virginia to California. The Shadow artist is a group of men that weren’t getting along all that well…

5 O’Clock Shadow- April 21st

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The original artist turns 67 today and still weighs just under 100 pounds soaking wet. This original punk rocker had a band with Larry, Moe, Curly and Shemp. This one comes from their 1973 breakout and trend setting release and it holds up today 41 years later. This song opens the album but you will…