TGIF, right? But this week we’re not just looking forward to the weekend. Our eyes are on Tuesday the 25th, when WTMD presents their second Baltimore Hit Parade Live. The brain child of Sam Sessa, the Hit Parade is really just that—some of Baltimore’s finest in a variety of media coming together for a smashing evening of amazing performance. Sure, you could sit home and listen—but why not get in on the action—particularly when a band as great as Celebration will be playing live right there in the studio?
The psychedelic indie five-piece will be playing songs from their new album. Additionally, Single Carrot Theatre will perform a scene from their upcoming production of “The Memo.” And topping it all off, Ben O’Brien of Wham City Comedy will share his “Confessions of a Sensitive Man.” We haven’t seen this particular piece yet, but O’Brien’s comedy is so reliably hilarious and seriously-why-doesn’t-this-guy-have-his-own-HBO-special-yet, that it’s likely to be worth the price of admission alone. Sure, admission is free. But you see our point.
Baltimore Hit Parade Live at WTMD takes place Tuesday, March 25th. Doors open at 8:30 p.m. and the show starts at 9 p.m. at WTMD, 1 Olympic Place in Towson. For more information, visit www.wtmd.org.
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