Rock Out – Help Out: 2015 Concert for the Chesapeake Bay

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MPT and WTMD present the 2015 Concert for the Chesapeake Bay featuring Among Wolves and Ursula Ricks Project. Come hear great local music and help raise awareness and activism for our state’s most treasured natural resource. Sunday, March 29, 2015 Arrive by 5:30 Show 6-7pm This is a live studio taping that will air on…

WTMD Needs 1200 Contributions…Are You One of Them?


Rock and Roll is full of numbers…and WTMD has a BIG number to think about…we need 1200 membership contributions by the end of our fund drive.  Be one of the 1200 by making your gift now. During fund drives WTMD asks for your financial support…support for the music, support for the programming and support for…

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Weekend on the Radio- March 5-8th


Snow or no snow, find out where to go, with Weekend on the Radio- made possible by Live Baltimore. Let’s go out this weekend, there is a lot to choose from, or you can do it all. Super Art Fight is back at the Ottobar. Purim is happening in Highlandtown. Drag Wars are flaring up…

Letitia VanSant’s Record Release Party

Letitia Van Zant

Letitia VanSant visits ‘TMD to share her new album, Parts And Labor, play a new song called ‘Bootstraps,’ and to chat with morning show host Alex Cortright about her record release party at the Baltimore Creative Alliance on Friday, February 27, 2015.

Downtown Upload: Baltimore Stories from the Station North Tool Library Co-founders

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 Previous episodes here.

Weekend on the Radio- 2/27/15


Time to break that cabin fever and get out on the town Baltimore! There are lots of great options for you to choose from this weekend. BWI Live and WTMD are back again with Brooks Long and the Mad Dog No Good. Oh yeah- and your kid has work hanging in The Walters Art Museum….

Listen: Black Lung on Baltimore Hit Parade


Black Lung has the goal to be the loudest band in town, their new record is very heavy. See what Sam Sessa has to say about them on this episode from the Baltimore Hit Parade Archives.

Listen: Celebration on Baltimore Hit Parade


Sam Sessa hosts living legends on this episode from the Baltimore Hit Parade Archives. Check out the thriving music scene, plus Celebration performs live in our studio.

Listen: Ceramic Tones on Baltimore Hit Parade


David Neil Adams is the man behind Ceramic Tones, who makes music by beating his knuckles on ceramic plates and does spoken word as well. Check out this interesting interview, hosted by Sam Sessa, from the Baltimore Hit Parade Archives.

Listen: Deaf Scene on Baltimore Hit Parade


Sam Sessa’s house band is Deaf Scene on this episode from the Baltimore Hit Parade Archives. Deaf Scene is an instrumental drum-bass-guitar trio experimental group from Baltimore.

The Shadow- March 4th


The original artist is a swift and wild mammal from Seattle. They had Father John Misty playing the drums for them for a while. This song comes from their self-titled debut album from 2008, a perfect tune for some impending snow. The Shadow artist is a Baltimore guy that has been playing on his own…

The Shadow- March 3rd


The original artist was a troubled soul that took his own life in October of 2003 at the age of 34. His body of work during his life was vast, with his original band Heatmiser, and on his own. The song today is the opening and title track from his debut solo album from 1994….