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WTMD Celebrates The Day of the Dead

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A day full of great music and a crate full of cool records up for grabs! WTMD celebrates the Day of The Dead this Friday, Oct. 31st, from 7am-7pm by honoring some of the many musicians who have passed. The list is long and varied, with many of the biggest artists in history as well…

Live Lunch with Letitia Van Sant, Friday, October 31

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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…

New art exhibit ‘Test Patterns’ opens 7 p.m. Nov. 7 at WTMD

A mural by Baltimore artists Jessie Unterhalter and Katey Truhn, who, along with Robby Rackleff, are transforming the WTMD Studios with "Test Patterns."

Artists Jessie Unterhalter and Katey Truhn have turned outdoor public spaces into vibrant works of art, and video artist Robby Rackleff has transformed pure color into complex animation. Now, they’re re-imagining the WTMD Studios with a new art exhibit, “Test Patterns.” It’s a partnership between WTMD and BmoreArt, curated by Alex Ebstein and featuring screen…

News & Culture

What’s My Lyric: Civil rights photographer Robert Houston reads ‘Logic of Color’ by Wye Oak

Robert Houston documented the Civil Rights movement with photos of Martin Luther King, Jr. and many others. Portrait by J.M. Giordano.

Great songs can mean different things to different people. And hearing Robert Houston, who photographed many of the luminaries of the Civil Rights movement, read the lyrics to Wye Oak’s song “Logic of Color” gives the song a stark new perspective. Houston is one of several subjects of “Struggle: Portraits of Civil Rights and Black…

Bono gives Future Islands some love in Rolling Stone

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2014 just keeps getting better for Baltimore’s Future Islands. They were a huge hit on Letterman. Win Butler, the lead singer of Arcade Fire, joined them on stage to play their single “Seasons (Waiting On You).” And thousands came out to see them play for free at Hampdenfest last month. Now, they can add another…

Weekend on the Radio 10/30 to 11/02

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This weekend, watch the freaks come out at night at the Maryland Science Center for the annual Halloween craft beer and costume ball benefiting Believe in Music, tap into Baltimore’s musical past at a mammoth Baltimore music showcase at the Timmonium Fairgrounds, enjoy one of the greatest banjo players around, Tony Trischka, in Carroll County…

New art exhibit ‘Test Patterns’ opens 7 p.m. Nov. 7 at WTMD

A mural by Baltimore artists Jessie Unterhalter and Katey Truhn, who, along with Robby Rackleff, are transforming the WTMD Studios with "Test Patterns."

Artists Jessie Unterhalter and Katey Truhn have turned outdoor public spaces into vibrant works of art, and video artist Robby Rackleff has transformed pure color into complex animation. Now, they’re re-imagining the WTMD Studios with a new art exhibit, “Test Patterns.” It’s a partnership between WTMD and BmoreArt, curated by Alex Ebstein and featuring screen…

Grounded at Everyman Theatre

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Everyman Theater has a new play on stage through November 16th. Grounded, is written by George Brant, directed by Derek Goldman and stars Megan Anderson. Everyman founder Vinnie Lancisi stopped by WTMD and talked with Sam Gallant.

Video: St. Paul & The Broken Bones Live In-Studio

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St. Paul & The Broken Bones perform “Call Me” for 89.7 WTMD’s Live Lunch on Thursday, October 16th, 2014.

Video: Ruut Live In-Studio

Come Uptown to Towson for WTMD's Live Lunch with Ruut

Ruut performs “Canyon” for 89.7 WTMD’s Live Lunch on Friday, October 10th, 2014

Relive World Cafe’s Sense of Place Baltimore

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Tell your friends! Tune in Saturday at 10am for a special encore of The World Cafe’s Sense of Place Baltimore! You’ll hear a live session from Future Islands, while WTMD’s Sam Sessa share 5 rising Baltimore talents and Morning Show host Erik Deatherage digs deep into Baltimore’s musical past for some true treasures. Learn about…

5 O’Clock Shadow- Happy Halloween!

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Reg Presley sang for this band- he passed away in 2013. They had a hit with song in 1966. The Shadow artist was a “big star”. He died in 2010. He does this one on his own. Enjoy the Day of the Dead and have a Happy Halloween!

5 O’Clock Shadow- October 30th

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The original artist is an Australian ukelelist/singer/songwriter. He is relatively new to the biz, he gave up a pro Aussie Football career to pursue music. In his short time on the scene he has made a big impact, especially with this number, a song about ocean currents and singing the wrong lyrics. The Shadow artist…