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We’re trying to reduce the amount of on-air fundraising we do.  To achieve this goal we need more people to join our sustaining membership program, the Encore Club. The Encore Club is membership made easy.  For you, there’s no more expiration dates or trying to remember if your membership support is current.  For WTMD, it…

SOLD OUT: WTMD’s first film screening – ‘Call Girl of Cthulhu’ on Aug. 20

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Update: This screening is now sold out. Thanks, and see you Wednesday night! Join us Wednesday August 20th for our very first movie night at WTMD studios, featuring a screening of “Call Girl of Cthulhu,” a new movie from critically acclaimed DIY Baltimore filmmaker Chris LaMartina. It’s the first Baltimore screening of the film, which…

News & Culture

Downtown Upload: Chris Furst’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: Chris Furst’s Baltimore Story Previous episodes here.

Furthur Bus, John Kadlecik come to The 8×10 Tuesday

The Furthur Bus brings its 50th anniversary tour to The 8x10 today.

The Furthur Bus, the second generation of Ken Kesey’s wild trip across the country, is coming to The 8×10 this afternoon, according to the club’s co-owner Brian Shupe. Fifty years after the original trip, Kesey’s son Zane is re-creating his father’s journey around America in a decades-old psychedelic school bus, and plans to park it…

Weekend on the Radio 08/14-08/17

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This weekend, carpool cooly to Cockeysville for a Hot August that you won’t soon forget (Nickel Creek, Old Crow, Dr. Dog, Bosley) take a macabre, latern-lit tour of the USS Constellation and let your freak flag fly at Ripley’s Believe It Or Not for a side-show, Shindig preview For more on these events, listen below….

Downtown Upload: Chris Furst of Power Plant Live

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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: Chris Furst of Power Plant Live Previous episodes here.

Warren Haynes Plays Dead w. BSO

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This Friday at Pier Six Pavilion, Warren Haynes joins the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra for a Jerry Garcia Symphonic Celebration. The Gov’t Mule frontman and Allman Brothers guitarist channels Jerry by plugging in his 70′s era guitar The Wolf & using a choice pedal and nailing the tone and wah-wah sound of those riffs and solos….

Sunny Side Up: Margaret Valentine

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Upstate New York country crossover singer/songwriter Margaret Valentine possesses an ache in her voice that recalls Rosanne Cash. Add string arrangements to her honest songs, and you’ll notice a kind-of mournful quality to her music. But there’s plenty of light too, and she lets it shine during her Sunny Side Up session. Oh, and she’s…

Sunny Side Up: Vance Joy

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Australian uke man Vance Joy stopped by WTMD just before he won the coveted Song of the Year and Best Pop Vocal at the APRA Awards Down Under. And not long after that, Atlantic Records announced the name of the former Australian Rules footballer’s debut album. Dream Your Life Away comes out in early September….

Sunny Side Up: Asgeir

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Icelandic singer Asgeir has sold more copies of his debut record in his native country than first efforts by more famous fellow countrymen & women. And despite that just everybody is fluent in English, he kept it real & rooted by singing in Icelandic and to the words of his poet/father. An English translation of…

5 O’Clock Shadow- August 20th

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  The original artist believed in gray. He wasn’t red or blue. Left or right. Though he did wear a lot of black. This song, one of his best known and biggest hits, was released in 1963 and sat atop the charts for seven weeks. The song was written by his wife and recorded first…

5 O’Clock Shadow- August 19th

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The Temptations were the first band to record this Whitfield and Strong penned song for Motown in 1970, but the label decided not to muddy their reputation and rerecord it and released it later the same year. This artist was destined for fame with a chosen name like this. The Detroit native by way of…