This show, a partnership with Baltimore County, will feature live New Orleans funk and jazz from Rufus Roundtree and Da Bmore Brass Factory, one of Baltimore’s funkiest live bands
Caleb, Letitia and their bands will play a mix of half original bluegrass songs and half pop covers from the 1970s-2000s.
Neil Young’s ‘Harvest’ to be performed live by The Old Part of Town w/June Star, The Honey Dewdrops, Anne Watts & The Noctones
Baltimore Americana group The Old Part of Town has assembled a talented roster of musicians to perform and pay tribute to "Harvest" – as well as a few other favorite Neil Young songs – live at WTMD's performance studio
The Beatles are one of the few bands that kids, parents and grandparents can all enjoy together, and almost everyone loves reggae. So why not combine the two?
Ed Hough’s Allman Bros Collective presents “Eat a Peach” live feat. John Ginty, Berry Duane Oakley, Cris Jacobs & more
Baltimore’s own Ed Hough has assembled an all-star group of musicians to perform the entire “Eat a Peach” album as well as more Allman [...]
We're excited to announce two additional free screenings for our new short documentary, in June in Baltimore
Update: Due to rain, this show is postponed. A new date will be announced soon!
So much of today's music is informed by what came before. And all this year, we're celebrating classic albums from 1972 with a new [...]
On Wednesday March 23, The Stoop Storytelling Series is partnering with WTMD and Ottobar to present "Something for Everyone: Stories about the Baltimore Music [...]
It's our first matinee Saturday Morning Tunes, with doors opening at 11:30 a.m. and the show running noon-2 p.m. Power Plant Live will have all of their restaurants and bars open, with plenty of food and drinks
In the middle of a two-night run at The Anthem in Washington D.C., English experimental rockers alt-J stopped by Stages Music Arts in Maryland [...]
**Advance tickets will be on sale until 3 p.m. Wednesday, after which tickets will be available at the door.** We've missed seeing our listeners [...]
Update: This show is now SOLD OUT! If you weren't able to get tickets, we will be broadcasting it live the morning of March [...]
From 2005 to 2020, Baltimore’s music scene went from near obscurity to being named Best Music Scene in the nation by Rolling Stone magazine. [...]
Loosen your belts, ladies and gentlemen: this Thanksgiving, WTMD is serving heaping portions of Baltimore Hit Parade all day long. This belly-busting marathon of [...]