Carole King will join the ranks of Bruce Springsteen, Paul McCartney and Barbra Streisand to be celebrated in January as the 2014 MusiCares Person of the Year.
An elementary school teacher from Dundalk is facing a number of sexual abuse charges stemming from allegations he abused young students at the school where he worked.
Performers can return to the Ocean City boardwalk without fear of a citation after a federal judge put the town’s noise ordinance on hold.
Baltimore is celebrating the Fourth of July with music and fireworks.
The forecast called for heavy rain and thunderstorms outside on June 13, but meteorologists said nothing about rain inside.
Musicians and music lovers are returning to New Germany State Park in western Maryland for a series of old-timey jam sessions.
The Washington Jewish Music Festival is opening with a mix of bluegrass, jazz, gospel, punk and show tunes on the schedule.
If you’re a music fan you may not know this, but the sale of record albums is skyrocketing here in Baltimore and around the country.
Looking for private in-home or in studio vocal lessons? If you’ve always wanted to learn how to sing and explore the artistic side of your personality, here are some great options for you in Baltimore.
Grace Episcopal Church moved into its new building in 1922, and it bought and installed an 11-rank pipe organ the following year.
A violinist is suing Ocean City, saying police hassled him over his music while enforcing a restrictive noise ordinance.
The warm, summer nights are the best to go to outdoor concerts. These following music concerts are held at Baltimore’s largest outdoor venues and have enough room for you to sing, dance and jam to your favorite artists and bands.