WTMD presents An Evening With Lower Dens April 2

Lower Dens will perform an intimate seated live broadcast at WTMD on April 2. Poster by Alex Fine Illustration.

WTMD is excited to welcome Lower Dens, one of Baltimore’s most enigmatic bands, for a live broadcast with a seated studio audience on Thursday April 2. Lower Dens is adored by critics but still a well-kept secret among indie music fans. However, that may change in the coming weeks. Both of their new singles, “To…

1st Annual Brews & Bands Fest – Saturday, April 18th

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WTMD and Wells Discount Liquors present the 1st annual Brews & Bands. Tickets at Missiontix.com.

Rock Out – Help Out: 2015 Concert for the Chesapeake Bay

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MPT and WTMD present the 2015 Concert for the Chesapeake Bay featuring Among Wolves and Ursula Ricks Project. Come hear great local music and help raise awareness and activism for our state’s most treasured natural resource. Sunday, March 29, 2015 Arrive by 5:30 Show 6-7pm This is a live studio taping that will air on…

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Slideshow Jamestown Revival March 4 WTMD Live Lunch

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Slideshow The Wind and the Wave March 4 WTMD Live Lunch

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WTMD presents An Evening With Lower Dens April 2

Lower Dens will perform an intimate seated live broadcast at WTMD on April 2. Poster by Alex Fine Illustration.

WTMD is excited to welcome Lower Dens, one of Baltimore’s most enigmatic bands, for a live broadcast with a seated studio audience on Thursday April 2. Lower Dens is adored by critics but still a well-kept secret among indie music fans. However, that may change in the coming weeks. Both of their new singles, “To…

1st Annual Brews & Bands Fest – Saturday, April 18th

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WTMD and Wells Discount Liquors present the 1st annual Brews & Bands. Tickets at Missiontix.com.

Listen: Celebration on Baltimore Hit Parade

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Sam Sessa hosts living legends on this episode from the Baltimore Hit Parade Archives. Check out the thriving music scene, plus Celebration performs live in our studio.

Listen: Ceramic Tones on Baltimore Hit Parade

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David Neil Adams is the man behind Ceramic Tones, who makes music by beating his knuckles on ceramic plates and does spoken word as well. Check out this interesting interview, hosted by Sam Sessa, from the Baltimore Hit Parade Archives.

Listen: Deaf Scene on Baltimore Hit Parade

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Sam Sessa’s house band is Deaf Scene on this episode from the Baltimore Hit Parade Archives. Deaf Scene is an instrumental drum-bass-guitar trio experimental group from Baltimore.

Listen: Horse Lords on Baltimore Hit Parade

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The instrumental quartet Horse Lords are one of the leaders in Baltimore’s experimental music scene. Check out the interview with Sam Sessa from the Baltimore Hit Parade Archives.

The Shadow- March 27th

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The original artist is a nice Jewish boy from Massachusetts. I only mention his religion, because this 1969 song is rather Christian in theme, it’s all about making friends with Jesus in heaven. The Shadow artist is a British goth-punk band that killed Bela Lugosi. They also kill this Shadow, in a good way. Have…

The Shadow- March 26th

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The original artist is good for what ails you. This song comes from their 1985 album, The Head on the Door, and is perfect for this warm evening in Baltimore. The guitarist of the Shadow band, James Iha, turns 47 today. He sings this B-Side rarity and plays the guitar. Play along with The Shadow…