Thanksgiving Live Lunch Marathon

We’re thankful for many things here at WTMD. For one, we have the greatest listening audience on the planet who understand the importance of great music and art here in our city. We’re also incredibly grateful to be able to regularly invite our fellow music lovers here to our studios in Towson as we welcome some of the best musicians in the world to play for us in a very intimate setting. Tomorrow, allow us to provide the soundtrack to your Thanksgiving Day as we present a Live Lunch Marathon from 7am to 10pm. Thank you to all of our listeners, and especially to our contributing members, for making the music happen year in and year out. View the Live Lunch Marathon schedule below. Have a happy Thanksgiving!


7AM – Sondre Lerche

8AM – Ha Ha Tonka

9AM – Stars

10AM – Puss and Boots

11AM – Hozier

12PM – Jake Bugg

1PM – St. Paul & The Broken Bones

2PM – Ursula Ricks

3PM – Delbert McClinton

4PM – Jukebox The Ghost

5PM – Marcia Ball

6PM – Chrissie Hynde

7PM –  Nick Waterhouse

8PM – The Revelations

9PM – Rubblebucket



Downtown Upload: Sandy Pagnotti of Ronald McDonald House

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. Tweet

WTMD Live Lunch with San Fermin, Wednesday, December 2nd

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Join us for a Live Lunch Concert Broadcast with baroque indie-pop band San Fermin – Wednesday, December 2nd at 12 noon at the WTMD studios. Doors open at 11:30. The show starts at Noon and lasts an hour. The Details: 1 Olympic Place, Towson, MD 21204 Plenty of street parking or use one of the…

The Shadow – Nov. 25th

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We recently dedicated an entire day’s worth of programming to the band in which the original artist plays. You may have caught him performing here in Baltimore last month. The song is about a visit to a doctor who insists that dancing is the best remedy. The shadow version of the song comes off a live…

The Shadow – Nov. 24th

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The original band go by a slightly different name in North American than they do elsewhere, and are known for a sound that blends ska, pop and punk rock. The American version of their name gives you a good idea of where they are from. The song comes off of their third and final album…

The Shadow – Nov. 23rd

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Although the original artist often found success with his versions of other people’s songs, he was a prolific singer-songwriter himself and even wrote One of Three Dog Night’s biggest hits. In a highly publicized incident, he and John Lennon once got thrown out of a Los Angeles nightclub after a few too many Brandy Alexanders….

Today on Detour

Charm City Junction

Tune in to Detour, the folk, roots & world music show today at 5:00 for live music from Baltimore’s own Charm City Junction. We’ll also hear tracks from their new CD. Turning to the news, there will be some songs about immigrants and refugees. And the usual Detour Cover Set and Detour Concert Calendar. Listen…

The Saturday Alternative: 11-21-15


Dig into this week’s Saturday Alternative playlist! The Fitting Room album was Paper Mâché Dream Balloon by King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard. It’s out now on ATO Records. Scroll down for the SoundCloud playlist.   —- Silver Lining – TRAAMS – Modern Dancing  — Badvertise – Dr. Dog The Noisy Days Are Over –…

The Shadow – Nov. 20th

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This is not the original artist, but the artist who released the most well-known version of the song. He has been quite the Attraction for close to four decades. He’s been called an Imposter, but we know him to be one of the most authentic singers and songwriters of the last half-century. The world will…

Weekend on the Radio: Nov. 19th – 22nd

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The holidays are right around the corner, so make the most of this weekend. There’s an Oyster Festival, the Mobbie Awards, and a Live Lunch. Plus choral classics of the season, Baltimore Blast and an artistic reflection on the Baltimore Uprising. Plan accordingly with Sam and Don below. Find out more details here, submit your…

The Shadow – Nov. 18th

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The original duo went by the name Tom & Jerry when they first formed in New York City in the late 50’s.  They are masters of harmony and legends of folk rock. Most of their songs were written by one member who went on to have an incredibly successful solo career and is considered one…

The Shadow – Nov. 17th

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The original band were an iconic soul, r&b and funk group. They were the first fully integrated band in rock history, with members that were black and white, male and female. The song was their first No. 1 single and calls for peace, love and acceptance for all. Different strokes for different folks, and so on….

The Shadow – Nov. 16th

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The original band are an influential, yet often overlooked group from San Francisco who came to prominence in the late 60’s and 70’s. You could say they were “on fire” during that period and had really found their groove. This is their most well-known song, and the Shadow version was, like, totally featured in the movie…

Hear Wye Oak perform with the BSO


On Nov. 12th, Baltimore’s own Wye Oak performed with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra to a sold out crowd at the Meyerhoff Symphony Hall. The collaboration was part of Pulse, a concert series that brings together classical music and indie rock, exploring the connections between the two as they performed, both separately and together, on the same…

The Saturday Alternative: 11-14-15


Dig into this week’s Saturday Alternative playlist! The Fitting Room album this week was Dying Surfer Meets His Maker, a deep, dark, bluesy and beautiful new album from Nashville’s All Them Witches. Scroll down for the SoundCloud playlist.       Royal Jelly – Deap Vally — Something Soon – Car Seat Headrest – Teens of…

Weekend on the Radio: Nov. 12-15th

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Make your plans for the weekend with Sam Gallant and Don Rogers. It’s Weekend on the Radio; made possible in part by Live Baltimore. Tweet