The team behind America Loves Bacon bring The inaugural Maryland Bacon Festival to Rash Field in downtown Baltimore on April 26th, 2014. This extraordinary culinary adventure will be all the fun of a bacon themed […]
While the music industry continues to heavily promote male artists over females, Baltimore is fortunate to have a bevvy of first-rate female performers. Some are solo performers, while others have their own bands or are part of other groups. Celebrate Women’s History Month by checking out some of the finest female musicians who make Charm City their home. The artists featured run the genre gamut from classical to retro.
It promises to be one of the biggest music events in the Baltimore area this year, and it will happen at a spectacular setting.
There’s stripped-down rock, then there’s stripping-down to rock.
As anyone will tell you, Baltimore has one of the hottest music scenes in the country. From Dan Deacon to Beach House, the Baltimore scene is making waves across the country. Here in the city, Dana Murphy of Unregistered Nurse is one of the top bookers of new talent. Murphy, 24, works with the edgiest performers in town.
It’s the East Coast’s largest and loudest free arts fest. Since 1982, Artscape has taken up a sizable chunk of the Station North arts district with top acts like Ray Charles, Blues Traveler and features art from across the country. Taking in the fest can be daunting to both outsider and local a like. This guide will help you enjoy the festival and not get too lost in the three-day sea of creativity.
The Grand Old Flag flew high Monday as thousands took to the streets for dozens of Fourth of July parades.
They’re one of Baltimore’s most popular bands and they have a special concert scheduled for this Sunday.
Before Good Charlotte and All Time Low gained national attention, they began their careers in Baltimore. Follow the next era of rock bands that are finding an audience in Charm City and nationally.