‘DJ O’Malley’ on WTMD Morning Show

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On his final day as Governor of Maryland, Martin O’Malley spent some quality time with WTMD as Guest DJ picking songs from Luka Bloom, The Pogues, and 1814! The War of 1812 Rock Opera. He spoke fondly of his eight years in Annapolis and glowingly of the many dedicated men and women in his administration….

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Weekend on the Radio – Jan. 22nd

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Weekend on the Radio is back! Just in time too. It’s a great weekend in Baltimore with The Holmes Brothers rocking with Brooks Long at the Creative Alliance. Also, the Baltimore Blast try to stay undefeated, Greasy Hands are at The Swallow, and freaks and weirdos are taking over DC. Listen to the run down…

Downtown Upload: Chris Scanga of Petit Louis

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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 Previous episodes here.

Downtown Upload: New Restaurants

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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 Previous episodes here.

Sunny Side Up: Charlie Mars

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Charlie Mars accentuates the first ‘A’ in WTMD’s format (adult, album alternative). His elegant acoustic grooves and the unapologetic romantic conquests fleshed out in his lyrics, create moments of mature nocturnal listening. The always charming & affable Mississippi native employed the same musicians as his previous two records for his latest release The Money and…

Sunny Side Up: Charlie Mars

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Charlie Mars accentuates the first ‘A’ in WTMD’s format (adult, album alternative). His elegant acoustic grooves and the unapologetic romantic conquests fleshed out in his lyrics, create moments of mature nocturnal listening. The always charming & affable Mississippi native employed the same musicians as his previous two records for his latest release The Money and…

Sunny Side Up: Cowbell

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British guitar & drum duo Cowbell stirred up WTMD in 2014 with a rockin’, bluesy little number with slide guitar and crashing cymbals called “Talulah.” Despite the minimal instruments, Jack Sandham & Wednesday Lyle brought a full-bodied sound to the TMD studios for their fun Sunny Side Up session. They played tunes off their debut…

Sunny Side Up: Sallie Ford

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Sallie Ford ditched her surfy guitar-drvien rock with her all-male bandmates (The Sound Outside) for a girls-only punk group with a sonic sense of adventure. Ford’s debut album under just her name, Slap Back, features infectious percussion, spacey keyboards and a suffer-no-fools attitude. She stopped by the TMD studios with just her electric guitar and…

Sunny Side Up: Boy and Bear

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Australian indie-folk quintet Boy & Bear’s latest album Harlequin Dream sets wild scenes of escapism and surreal dreams. The tight production, memorable guitar riffs & frontman Dave Hosking’s distinctive voice bring this band into their own and shed any lazy Mumford & Sons comparisons. Listen to their fun Sunny Side Up session below.

The Shadow- Jan. 23st

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The original artist get the bends when the go diving around their motherland of England. And they dive deep down for this one. A sad building ballad about road souls and it tails off at the end. Despite their name, the Shadow artist is a “bright” glam rock band from England as well. They have…

The Shadow- Jan. 22th

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The original artist didn’t go to the University of Maryland or have a hard shell. They were a shining pop group from SoCal. The core of the group was Flo and Eddie and they went on to work with Zappa and the Mothers. The song today is by far their most memorable and successful hit;…