The annual Maryland Deathfest, which takes place Thursday through Sunday, still believes in surprising attendees, who travel here from all over the world to see bands recreate some of the most extreme underground music made today.
Eleven-year-old Carrie Geisler and her sister, 15-year-old Jessica Geisler, of Westminster, are using their love of music to help others. The siblings are holding a Hope for the Hungry concert from 6 to 8 p.m. May 30. The event, featuring country, pop and classical music, will be held in the Fellowship Hall at Saint Paul's United Church of Christ, at 17 Bond Street in Westminster.
Anne Arundel has major cause for celebration in the 50th season of our unique outdoor Annapolis Summer Garden Theatre. At the historic former colonial blacksmith shop at 143 Compromise Street, across from City Dock, the challenges of presenting 50 seasons under the stars have shaped this troupe's identity.
The Columbia Orchestra's Symphonic Pops concert offers something for everyone on Saturday, May 16, at 7:30 p.m. at the Jim Rouse Theatre at Wilde Lake High School. This season-ending program offers selections from movie scores and Broadway shows, jazz tunes, and a classical excerpt too.
Alt-country trio The Lone Bellow and the worldbeat-influenced indie-poppers Rubblebucket -- two bands from Brooklyn, N.Y. -- will play WTMD's next First Thursdays concert on June 4, according to Scott Mullins, the station's program director.
This summer, the Glenelg High School Jazz Ensemble, under the direction of Barry Enzman, will perform at many of the famous jazz festivals in Europe. To raise money for the trip a contest was held to design a T-shirt which could be sold to promote the Jazz Under the Stars Concert.
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The return of Future Islands, the Baltimore-based synth-pop act, to the "Late Show With David Letterman" would have been noteworthy enough, given the impression singer Sam Herring and the group famously made on the mercurial host last year.
Jarrett Rettman, 20, musician, composer, lyricist, has been the energy and force behind the annual benefit concert at Arnolia United Methodist Church, which this year, takes place on April 25 at the church.
In an effort to share the excitement of the stage with budding musicians and music lovers, the JoeyDCares Rock Orchestra is holding an open rehearsal showcase at the Freedom Optimist Hall, in Sykesville, April 24. The JoeyDCares Rock Orchestra consists of youth and adult musicians and singers who play concerts for charity, said Joey Dundore, founder, music director and executive director of the group. They practice weekly, with public performances given monthly on average, culminating in their
Strand of Oaks, the indie-rock vehicle for Indiana singer/songwriter Tim Showalter, Pennsylvania alt-country rockers Marah and Nashville six-piece Kopecky are set to perform May 7 at Canton Waterfront Park, radio station WTMD announced on Tuesday, for the season's opening First Thursdays concert.