Metro is looking for singers, dancers, musicians and poets to entertain at summer performances outside train stations.
While “American Idol” and “The Voice” draw many contestants who want to be stars, opera singer Renee Fleming is bringing together experts in Washington to explore the art behind the singing.
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.
The 138th running of the Preakness Stakes is approaching, and this year’s InfieldFest is drawing some big names.
Don Scott and Marty Bass had “Coffee With” Jason Schwartzman and Roman Coppola. Ron Matz welcomed James and Tony from Northeast Baltimore to Manic Monday. They were the Monday morning rappers and then Ron sang “Manic Monday.”
Metro’s Art in Transit program is holding auditions for live performances at Metro stations.
It started at the Baltimore School for the Arts. They were friends first, and then they fell in love and got married. He’s a classically trained trumpet player, while she’s a singer and songwriter.
Ron Matz welcomed singers from Howard County Crossing Apartments to Manic Monday. Don and Marty had “Coffee With” actress Poppy Montgomery. She talked about her new projects, “Unforgettable” and “Magic Beyond Words: The J.K. Rowling Story.”
Don and Marty talked to The Miz from the WWE. Ron Matz was in Fells Point welcoming singers from Country Hill Farm.
Marty and Don talked to actress Neve Campbell about the movie “Scream 4.” Ron Matz was in Fells Point welcoming singers from Painting Powder Club.
Don and Marty talked to actress Hayden Panettiere. Ron Matz was in Fells Point welcoming singers from the Forest Haven Nursing Center.