WTMD Presents BWI Live with Brooks Long & the Mad Dog No Good This Friday, Feb. 27th

WTMD Presents BWI Live

Brooks Long & The Mad Dog No Good welcome travelers and visitors to BWI Airport with their distinctive rockin’, soulful, r&b on Friday, Feb. 27th. WTMD is proud to partner with BWI in presenting Baltimore/DC musicians as part of the BWI Live series which takes place in the baggage claim area on the final Friday…

WTMD Needs 1200 Contributions for Music Madness

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  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 that starts on March 5th. Be one of the 1200 by making your gift early. During fund drives WTMD asks for your financial support…support for the music, support…

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The Chesapeake Shakespeare Company’s The Importance of Being Earnest

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The Chesapeake Shakespeare Company Managing Director, Lesley Malin, joins Alex Cortright, WTMD’s morning host, to share details about the new production of Oscar Wilde’s classic comedy of errors, The Importance of Being Earnest.

Downtown Upload: Station North Tool Library

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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: 2-19-15 tool library Previous episodes here.

3 Baltimore musicians to watch in 2015

Singer and songwriter Jana Hunter, of Lower Dens. [Frank Hamilton photo]

Last year, it was all Future Islands. And while it’s unlikely another Baltimore band will match Future Islands’ meteoric rise to indie stardom, here are three artists who could break out in 2015. Lower Dens Why isn’t Lower Dens more popular? Critics love this indie rock quartet led by singer/songwriter Jana Hunter. Pitchfork gave their…

Weekend on the Radio- 2/20/15

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There are great events in and around Baltimore this weekend. The American Craft Council show is at the convention center, and the British are invading- again, at Rams Head On Stage. Creative Alliance is also hosting an open house ON SATURDAY NIGHT, and Miss Maryland is being “tiara’d”. Things are also getting hot at the…

Listen: Red Jones on Baltimore Hit Parade

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In this episode of Baltimore Hit Parade Archive, Sam Sessa interviews Red Jones,  who has been picking the blues in Baltimore for almost 30 years.

Listen: Sun Club on Baltimore Hit Parade

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Energetic Baltimore rock band Sun Club is Sam Sessa’s house band on this archive episode of Baltimore Hit Parade.

Dan Deacon talks new album ‘Gliss Riffer,’ the craziest place he’s ever played and more

Dan Deacon is one of Baltimore’s most popular and influential musicians. And after spending several years touring and recording with an ensemble of musicians, he went back to his roots as a solo artist for his new album, “Gliss Riffer” (out now on Domino Records). Since he moved to Baltimore in 2004, Dan has amassed some…

The Chesapeake Shakespeare Company’s The Importance of Being Earnest

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The Chesapeake Shakespeare Company Managing Director, Lesley Malin, joins Alex Cortright, WTMD’s morning host, to share details about the new production of Oscar Wilde’s classic comedy of errors, The Importance of Being Earnest.

The Shadow- Feb. 27th

The original artist is an electro-pop duo from Sweden. This song is off of their 2002 “Deep Cuts” release, appropriate title for the album considering their name, and if you cut too deep you might stop these- the song title. The Shadow artist is also Swedish. His folks are Argentinian though, and his band is…

The Shadow- Feb. 26th

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The original recording artist was The Five Du-Tones, a Chicago soul group that put this one out in 1963. The original version we will hear though, is from an artist turning 70 years old today. The song has been Shadowed dozens; The Monkees, Ike and Tina, Gerry and the Pacemakers, and the birthday boy- he…