Baltimore Hit Parade’s first live taping with Kentavius Jones Feb. 11

Modified: October 28, 2016

On Tuesday Feb. 11, we’re opening our doors for the first ever live taping of Baltimore Hit Parade, broadcast live on-air with a studio audience. (Originally scheduled for January, the show was postponed due to snow.)

The soul singer/songwriter and his band are part of the first ever live taping of Baltimore Hit Parade, 9 p.m. Jan. 21

The soul singer/songwriter and his band are part of the first ever live taping of Baltimore Hit Parade, 9 p.m. Feb. 11

It’s part live music, part variety show. The house band is Kentavius Jones (pictured), a talented soul singer making his Baltimore radio debut (you may have heard his song “Never Let Me Down“).

But that’s just the start. The Baltimore Rock Opera Society will perform songs from the upcoming touring production of “Grundlehammer.”

Elena Fox of Charm City Cakes will make a delicious dessert in 3 minutes or less, Ottobar co-owner Michael Bowen will share 10 Dirty Secrets of The Ottobar, and artist and musician Lexie Mountain will offer Life Advice.

All of this will be live on air, which is kind of like walking on a burning tightrope. We hope you’ll join us!

Doors open at 8:30 p.m., so be sure to get there before the show starts at 9 p.m. Our studio is at 1 Olympic Place in Towson. See you Tuesday Feb. 11

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