First Thursday Festival Baltimore’s largest free, live outdoor music festival series Each First Thursday from May through September local and national artists attract over 10,000 people per show to Canton Waterfront Park. Each month, [...]
Last year, Bob Dorough, the first and most prolific songwriter of Schoolhouse Rock, passed away at the age of 94. I didn’t know this until I started leafing through the New York Times annual issue [...]
Baltimore’s electronic visionary with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. This is going to be cool! ‘Pulse’ returns on Thursday, January 17, 2019 with Dan Deacon. Deacon spoke with WTMD morning host Alex Cortright to share details [...]
A new year always brings the wonderful feeling of new beginnings, new hopes, and dreams and that's the inspiration for this Saturday's Young At Heart. Wishing you a great start to 2019! Enjoy, and please [...]
It’s a new year and time for a fresh look at beauty. Baltimore Magazine Style Editor Lauren Bell joins WTMD morning host Alex Cortright for Sound Bites, a conversation about the January 2019 issue and [...]
The original artist’s first band in high school were “The Golden Chords”. Already influenced by great folk artists he had a turning point in the summer of 1960 when he met and was heavily influenced by bluesman Jesse Fuller. He then made his way from the north to the village.