On the first Saturday of December, WTMD’s popular “Saturday Morning Tunes” concert series moves to the historic Senator Theatre for a family-friendly, indoor music festival, presented by Live Baltimore.
First Thursdays are coming back to Canton Waterfront Park with an extra stage to feature even more artists.
Beer festivals are booming in the Baltimore area nowadays, with endless offerings and regular event featuring locally made craft brews. This weekend, Towson University radio station WTMD 89.7 is bringing back its own take on the local beer showcase with a competition for area homebrewers.
For the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, playing with indie bands is a way for an orchestra to reach a young, hip audience. For indie bands, playing with a famed symphony makes you sound both good and legitimizes your music. Given the win-win, it’s perhaps no surprise that WTMD’s Pulse series will be back for another season.
It’s time to get outside, and enjoy some local drink and music. Wedged between bluegrass-oriented fests at Red Shedman Farm and the Charm City Folk and Bluegrass Festival, WTMD has us covered this weekend.
Animal Collective provided the sounds of Baltimore-born bands through BWI on a busy travel day. In the coming weeks, a couple local musicians are taking the next step and playing the baggage claim.
Rock band Animal Collective’s move to debut a new album over BWI’s airport loudspeakers on one of the busiest travel days of the year seemed like a glorious accident when it was discovered by music writers. But like most good pranks, it involved months of sitting around and talking about it.
Oh, “Thong Song.” The late 90s anthem is so stupid it’s also kind of brilliant in its celebration of decadent, pre-9/11 exhilaration–and did you know that it has Baltimore roots?