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Live Lunch with Puss N Boots featuring Norah Jones Thursday, October 2nd

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Live Lunch Puss n Boots featuring Norah Jones Thursday, Oct 2nd Doors open 11:30AM, Showtime 12noon Free Admission This is a seated audience show limited to 70 attendees First come, first seated   Puss n Boots is Norah Jones, Sasha Dobson and Catherine Popper. Experience their inviting Americana up close and personal. Puss n Boots…

Live Lunch with Peter Matthew Bauer (of the Walkmen) Friday, October 3

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Live Lunch Peter Matthew Bauer (of the Walkmen) Friday, Oct. 3rd Doors open 11:30am, Showtime 12noon Free Admission Peter Matthew Bauer brings his full band for an afternoon of soulful, folk-tinged rock & roll.

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Downtown Upload: Jessie Bowling of Baltimore Helicopter Services

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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: Jessie Bowling of Baltimore Helicopter Services Previous episodes here.

Downtown Upload: Free Fall

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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 Free Fall Previous episodes here.

Downtown Upload: Wesley Stuckey’s Baltimore Story

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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 Wesley 2 Previous episodes here.

SOLD OUT! — WTMD’s Dirty Soul Party presents Baltimore Soul Revue

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Update: This show is sold out! Thank you! On Saturday, September 13, WTMD’s Dirty Soul Party brings you the Baltimore Soul Revue, featuring the legendary soul singers The Softones, Winfield Parker and Sheila Ross of the Royalettes, performing live with the Bellevederes. Winfield Parker played saxophone in Little Richard’s band and backed up Otis Redding…

Sunny Side Up: Lucius

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Lucius brought one of the most fun and best-dressed sessions we’ve had on WTMD’s Sunny Side Up. The new-wave meets girl group alt pop band from Brooklyn features two female lead singers, Holly and Jess, who dress and sound alike. There’s uniformity in what the guys in the band wear too, but what’s not the…

Sunny Side Up: Twin Forks

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It’s kind of like starting over for Chris Carrabba. And that’s just the way the Dashboard Confessional frontman wants it! It’s very blue collar the way he’s going about fronting his new Americana harmonizing band, Twin Forks while the other is on extended hiatus. He’s reluctant to capitalize on the massive success of the open-hearted…

Sunny Side Up: Ozomatli

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Ozomatli, the Latin underground funk, hip-hop & world beat party instigators from Los Angeles, are back with a new album called “Place in the Sun.” They stopped by WTMD for Sunny Side Up session to talk about working with Dave Stewart of the Eurythymics, having a day named after them in their home city and…

Sunny Side Up: Del McCoury Band

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There’s nobody you’ll ever come across in music that’s as genuine of a gentleman as Del McCoury. AND he helped put Maryland on the festival map, by founding the annual Memorial Day camping extravaganza DelFest! The 75-year-old Pennsylvania native, who met up with the Godfather of Bluegrass Bill Monroe in our fair city, fondly recalls…

5 o’Clock Newshadow- September 30th

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The original artist is supposed to put out a new album . . . I’m still waiting. It’s been seven years. And I am getting tired of waiting. I need a fix, so we are dipping back into the waters of 2004 for this “humble rodent” song about this life- and the afterlife. The Shadow…

5 o’Clock Shadow- September 29th

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The original artist claimed this traditional folk song as his own and even took the title as his show-biz moniker. He did do one of the earliest recordings of the tune in the early 1940’s, but the songs origins date back another 100 years or so. A contemplative Appalachian tune rooted in religion and the…