SOLD OUT! — WTMD’s Dirty Soul Party presents Baltimore Soul Revue

Modified: October 28, 2016

Update: This show is sold out! Thank you!

On Saturday, September 13, WTMD’s Dirty Soul Party brings you the Baltimore Soul Revue, featuring the legendary soul singers The Softones, Winfield Parker and Sheila Ross of the Royalettes, performing live with the Bellevederes.

Baltimore Soul RevueWinfield Parker played saxophone in Little Richard’s band and backed up Otis Redding before working with Bunny Sigler and Gamble and Huff.

Sheila Ross won a talent contest as a teenager, formed the Royalettes, signed to a label and did the first version of “It’s Gonna Take A Miracle.”

The Softones are a sweet soul group, led by singer Marvin Brown’s soaring falsetto, which is often compared to the Stylistics.

Join us for a night of Baltimore soul Saturday September 13, at the WTMD Studios, 1 Olympic Place, off the circle in Towson.

Doors open at 8 pm and the show starts at 9pm.

Scott Mullins, host of the Dirty Soul Party, will be spinning vintage vinyl between the sets to keep the groove going, and the whole show will be broadcast live on air.

Tickets are $25 – General Admission – limited seating
(Tickets to WTMD events are charitable contributions to support WTMD’s mission and music. WTMD and Mission Tix are not able to issue refunds, so please purchase wisely.)

The Baltimore Soul Revue is brought to you by New Belgian Brewery.

Re-live the glory days of Baltimore soul and R&B Saturday, September 13, at WTMD.


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