Charm City Bluegrass Festival (Photo by Brady Cooling Photography)
The award-winning Charm City Bluegrass Festival will take over Baltimore’s Druid Hill Park for a seventh annual celebration of bluegrass, folk, and Americana, headlined by The Bridge, Deer Tick, Steep Canyon Rangers, and Jeff Austin Band, for two days on Friday, April 26, and Saturday, April 27.
Maggie Rogers performs at 9:30 Club on March 25, 2019. (Photo by Mark Caicedo)
Maggie Rogers is beloved by her fans. That her recent 930 Club shows sold out weeks in advance provided ample evidence of the fact.
Panda Bear (Art courtesy Ticketfly)
Noah Lennox will release Buoys, his sixth solo album as Panda Bear, on Feb. 8 via Domino Records. Three days later, Panda Bear performs at 9:30 Club on Monday, Feb. 11. You can win tickets to go with Parklife DC.
Clutch performs at Rams Head Live in Baltimore on Dec. 27, 2018. (Photo by Shantel Breen)
Clutch performed the first of their annual Holiday Run Tour recently at Rams Head Live in Baltimore. Shantel Breen captured the show!
OAR performs at The Anthem on Dec. 15, 2018. (Photo by Shantel M. Breen)
OAR lead singer Marc Roberge shouted, “It’s not going to rain on our parade,” changing up the lyrics a bit when performing their second song for the evening, “About Mr. Brown.” And so, while it may have been pouring outside, the mood inside The Anthem was bright as a summer’s day last weekend. The band’s tour, Just Like Paradise, included 12 shows, ending with this show at The Anthem.
OAR (Photo courtesy Red Light Management)
Vocalist Marc Roberge and drummer Chris Culos founded OAR (short for Of a Revolution) in Rockville, Maryland, more than 20 years ago. And now the gents and their bandmates are storming The Anthem in their biggest hometown show ever on Saturday, Dec. 15.