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Midnight Sun Wesley Case covers the city's after-hours scene
Baltimore band Lower Dens' van stolen in Texas, but found in 24 hours

Update (Feb. 9): Checking in with Jana Hunter today via Twitter, the Lower Dens singer said the Baltimore band canceled its Sunday show in Austin, Texas, after its van was stolen for 24 hours, but performed in Houston on Monday as scheduled. The plan remains to "hopefully finish out this tour," Hunter wrote via direct message.

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Radio One to hold vigil for DJ Reggie Reg tonight

Radio One will hold a candlelight vigil tonight for Reggie Reg, a well-known disk jockey who had worked at Baltimore radio station 92Q who died Saturday. 

Born Reginald Calhoun, DJ Reggie Reg joined the joined the staff of 92Q radio, also known as WERQ-FM, in the mid-1990s and remained on the air for a decade. He died of congestive heart failure Saturday, said his sister, Betty Covington.

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Beyoncé announces world tour including Baltimore date in June

Fresh off a Super Bowl halftime performance and the release of a new single, Beyoncé announced "The Formation" world tour. It stops at M&T Bank Stadium on June 10, according to Live Nation.

The pop superstar performed a portion of "Formation," released on Saturday with a video, during a Super Bowl halftime show that included Coldplay and Bruno Mars.

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DJ Reggie Reg, formerly of 92Q, dies

Reggie Reg, who had worked at Baltimore radio station 92Q and was a well known disc jockey on the city's club music scene, died Saturday evening at St. Agnes Hospital. He was 50.

His sister, Betty Covington, said that he had been in declining health and died of congestive heart failure.

"He had been having trouble walking, but we just couldn't stop him.

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Country star Lee Brice talks songwriting, next album ahead of Salisbury show

While going over Lee Brice's 2015 tour itinerary, a crew member told the country singer was close to playing all 50 states. "Close," however, didn't sit right with Brice.

"I'm sort of a competitor at heart," Brice said on the phone from his home in Nashville, Tenn., last week. "I decided to book the [other] states and found a way to do it.

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For Morgan State University Choir, a worldwide voice

Under the leadership of director Eric Conway, the Morgan State University Choir has reached many milestones, from performing at Carnegie Hall to singing "Happy Birthday" to Nelson Mandela in South Africa.

But the highlight of Conway's career came last April, when Michelle Obama invited the choir to perform at the White House.

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