From 2005 to 2020, Baltimore’s music scene rose from near obscurity to being named by Rolling Stone Magazine as the best in the nation.
WTMD has produced a short documentary about this era, featuring interviews and rare performances by some of the scene’s breakout stars, including Beach House, Dan Deacon, Shordie Shordie, Snail Mail and more.
The film is called “Do Whatever You Want, All the Time: The Baltimore Music Scene 2005-2020.” And on Thursday Nov. 3, it’s being screened for free at the Gordon Center in Owings Mills, thanks to a grant from BakerArtist.org.
The screening starts at 7:30 p.m. Thursday Nov. 3 at the Gordon Center in Owings Mills, and is first-come, first-seated. It will be followed by a Q&A with Americana singer/songwriter Caleb Stine, rapper Saleem Heggins and director Sam Sessa.
See you there!