Jon A. Pinder, music promoter, dies
Jon A. Pinder, a convicted drug dealer who turned his life around and became a successful music promoter, died in his sleep at his brother's Upper Marlboro home. He was 60.
Marriotts Ridge invites you to an evening of jazz [Marriottsville/Sykesville/Woodstock]
Marriotts Ridge High School will host Jazz at the Ridge on Friday, April 10, at 7 p.m., in the MRHS Theater.
Bluesman Guy Davis gets busier with age
At 62, blues musician Guy Davis is coming off the busiest year of his life. Some might be surprised by the constantly touring pace Davis keeps, but the Bronx, N.Y., resident is not. If you ask him, it is merely a prediction coming to fruition.
The Questions Don't Matter, The Answer is Blowfly
Hey Edgar, Where's Your Brother?
All That, uh, Jazz
From BWI nonstop: Meet me in Memphis
Memphis travel tips
Craig Brickhardt to perform at Deer Creek Coffeehouse Saturday
On Saturday, Jan. 11 at 7:30 p.m. Deer Creek Coffeehouse will host award-winning singer-songwriter Craig Brickhardt. (www.craigbrickhardt.com)
Snail Pie Lounge promoter shifting concerts to Westminster
ELM, Peter Frampton, One Republic, Speedy Ortiz, A Great Big Pile of Leaves, and more
Sting, J. Cole, Swingin' Swamies , and more
Maryland Death Fest XI, Roomrunner, The Melvins, and more
New exhibit seeks the soul of Globe Poster
Tom Principato Band ditches covers on WTMD's Baltimore Unsigned
Concert review: B.B. King at Pier Six Pavilion
WTMD's CD of the Week: Blues-guitar goodness
Rolling Stones in Baltimore, part 2
Rolling Stones in Baltimore -- 40 years later
A gospel start to B.B. King's 60 years in Blues
Guitarist shows his pluck
Making the blues his own
Legends' tunes: some old, new, borrowed and blues
All that jazz: Festival adds 20 free shows
B.B. KingDeuces Wild (MCA 17112)All-star duet albums...
Music greats come to town for tribute to Muddy Waters BLUES BY THE SEA
In search of the blues R. L. Burnside