The 55th annual Havre de Grace Art Show closes Sunday with good music, good art and good people
Visitors to the 55th annual Havre de Grace Art Show reported loving the music, art vendors, the people they met, even the picturesque setting in Tydings Park overlooking the Chesapeake Bay.
Merriweather Post Pavillon looks back at 50 years of music—and forward to some big changes
Summer means outdoor concerts, and for 50 years, people around Baltimore and Washington have been heading to Merriweather Post Pavilion for music in the woods.
Friends in all places: Garth Brooks fans anticipate first Baltimore shows
Glen Burnie's Hope Witt has seen Garth Brooks live 27 times. She has traveled to Tampa, Fla., Nashville, Chicago and Las Vegas to see her favorite performer.
Wandering Eye: Governments attack e-cigs, of course Ted Cruz likes country, and more
Party-starter Jake Owen wants more
With a string of No. 1 hits at country radio in recent years, Jake Owen has earned the right to steer his career.
Graduate walks in both Cedar Lane, Reservoir ceremonies
On Tuesday, Sean McGing walked in Reservoir High School's commencement ceremony in what is believed to represent a first in Howard County -- a Cedar Lane student participating in a traditional high school commencement ceremony.
Each Ravens player prepares for the first whistle his own way
Alan Jackson still loves the craft
Alan Jackson, the country superstar who headlines Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia, Md., this weekend, can't help but wonder: Where did the "real" country music go?
Catherine Grason, Windhand, Cornelius the Third, E. Joseph and the Phanton Heart, and more
Fair season continues
The spirit moves her: Milla Hniang's journey to a dream
Orioles 2011 entrance songs
When the Orioles step up to home plate, these songs will motivate them
PEOPLE & ENTERTAINMENT
Billy Graham movie full of contemporary music artists
PEOPLE & PLACES
Go For It
AND THE BEAT GOES ON
Sting and Twain are the likely highlights of the CMA awards
Americana it's a twang thing Music: Fed up with commercialization, new artists are blending old-time country with punk sounds.
COUNTRY'S TOPS, CENTURY'S BEST
Blowing in: new sounds, familiar faces, big concerts Music: Albums are on the way from recent stars like Sheryl Crow and Snoop Doggy Dogg, nut old performers like Donovan and the Monkees are still generating heat.; Pop Music Preview.
Something for everyone from N.Y. to Rome, Wis.
Pick from Opry, Cosby pilot, and Colts' last Super Bowl
Mr. SmithL.L. Cool J (Def Jam 314...
Bigger than the pop charts Fab before: Their perfection has made the four lads from Liverpool a museum piece. They can be imitated, but never topped. That doesn't sell, for several reasons. And so they are left to history.; The Beatles
Krauss: 4 awards at CMA Big night: Alison Krauss surprised by winning four times at the Country Music Association awards last night.
Bowie and Nine Inch Nails come to Nissan in October
At 28, a driven McGraw gets ready for the long haul
WJZ says goodbye to anchor Al Sanders
Country music awards show thinking big
Vince Gill takes country's top award
Williams bio more than passing glance
Alan Jackson is too nice on new album
Alan Jackson takes home music awards
Country Music Awards keep improving
Randy Travis, a relative old-timer, seems new again on 'This Is Me'
Forget the dull nominees: Here's the rock and rap that should raise praise THE GRAMMYS REAL & IDEAL
Some chestnuts deserve to burn on an open fire Season's Bleatings
Gill dominates country music awards show
Organization makes CMA show hum
COMING ATTRACTIONS Starting a season of sales Big names aim at Top 20 lists J.D. Considine
One-liners: one way to sum up country
In country music, women are gaining on the good ol' boys
WPOC to be honored as top country station in large market
The New Brand of Country The music drops the working class and takes up with the malling class, leaving its substance behind
The talented hunks of country music
Convention coverage comes to a close
NBC hitches on to country bandwagon