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About Paul Hartman

Every Sunday at 5 pm host Paul Hartman dives deep into Americana, Folk, and World music. Detour is home to some of the most interesting music on and off the beaten track you’ll find on the radio. You may also hear Paul filling in for other WTMD hosts upon occasion.

Robots on the radio: local radio station weighs in on first AI disc jockey

When you tune in to WTMD radio on your late afternoon drive home, you hear the voice of Carrie Evans. What if you discovered - that voice was actually coming from a robot? That’s not happening at this station in Towson. Evans is very much a living, breathing person.

2023-08-04T16:42:50-04:00August 4th, 2023|Categories: WTMD News|

TMD wants to send you to see Wilco this December………. in Mexico!

Wilco’s Sky Blue Sky Festival is an intimate, all-inclusive, music vacation featuring performances on three unique stages in Riviera Maya, Mexico. All this week when you donate to TMD you’ll be automatically entered for a chance to win a four-night concert experience unlike any other.

2023-08-12T14:50:31-04:00August 4th, 2023|Categories: WTMD News|

Alex Cortright learns about “The Culture: Hip Hop & Contemporary Art in the 21st Century” at the BMA

WTMD morning host Alex Cortright speaks with the Director of the Baltimore Museum of Art, Asma Naeem, Chief Education Officer and co-curator, Gamynne Guillotte, and composer Wendel Patrick about, "The Culture: Hip Hop & Contemporary Art in the 21st Century," on view at the BMA until July 16, 2023.

2023-06-28T15:48:53-04:00June 28th, 2023|Categories: WTMD News|

Alex Cortright speaks with the new director of The Mitchell Art Museum in Annapolis

Alex Cortright speaks with Peter Nesbett, the new director of The Mitchell Art Museum in Annapolis. Nesbett is an unconventional curator, art historian, and cultural activist who brings a new energy and focus to the Mitchell. Check it out here.

2023-06-27T15:31:25-04:00June 27th, 2023|Categories: WTMD News|
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