They are one of the biggest selling bands of all time, and they’re coming to Baltimore!
Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley’s semi-retired Celtic rock band has a gig this weekend after the governor spent time moonlighting as a street musician on Memorial Day.
Aerial performances above Charles Street, a celebration of dance and bands including Sharon Jones and The Dap-Kings will be among the events set for Artscape 2014.
Eighty-five years ago, Martin Luther King Jr. was born. On Monday, the nation pauses to honor the civil rights leader’s legacy. Baltimore is celebrating in a big way.
Get ready for a little Alter Ego, the band performing at the New Year’s Eve Spectacular.
Harold Winley sang “Love Potion No. 9” and other hits with the R&B group The Clovers in the 1950s, but now the 80-year-old says another group is trying to keep him from performing using the band’s name.
The forecast called for heavy rain and thunderstorms outside on June 13, but meteorologists said nothing about rain inside.
The Mighty sound of Maryland has reason to make some noise. The band is getting ready to take center stage at Monday’s inauguration.
Prince George’s County Police have arrested a county building inspector they say tried to get a restaurant owner to pay his band to play at the business.
The years melt away when Dave Walenga picks up his drum sticks and jams with his friends.
As crews get the Inner Harbor prepped for Saturday’s New Year’s Eve party, the night’s main entertainment is getting ready to funk up the stage.
Thank goodness for magnetic poetry. Without it, the teens in Pandomonia wouldn’t know what to call their songs.