WTMD has a new Performance Studio, and they’re swinging the doors wide open to make sure everyone gets a chance to see some of Baltimore’s amazing local talent—both of the radio and non-radio variety. In fact, besides the variety of fab musical fare that we’re used to here in the Greatest City in America, there will be some culinary arts on display as Elena Fox of Charm City Cakes attempts to make a delicious cake in under three minutes. We’re hoping they ask for taste testers.
The show, hosted by Sam Sessa, will feature the Baltimore radio debut of Kentavius Jones, a talented soul singer from the Eastern Shore. Then, for something entirely different, the Baltimore Rock Opera Society will perform a piece from its touring production of “Murdercastle.” Other highlights promise to include Baltimore musician Ed Schrader offering tips on “How to Live Cheaply” and Ottobar owner Michael Bowen will share dirty secrets about the live music club. Oh, if these walls could talk– and now, it seems, they can. The show is free of charge—and (clearly) promises a great variety of insight and entertainment featuring many of those who make Baltimore such a unique and always entertaining place to call home.
The live broadcast takes place on Tuesday, January 21st. Doors open at 8:30 p.m. and the show is at 9 p.m. The studio is located at 1 Olympic Place in Towson. For more information, visit wtmd.org
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