A musical lineup including Dan Deacon, DJ Jazzy Jeff and Thomas Dolby, plus 28 illuminated art installations, will greet visitors to the inaugural Light City Baltimore festival, set for March 28-April 3
Next month, Baltimore musician Dan Deacon will headline a "Sweet 16" anniversary concert for National Public Radio's music podcast "All Songs Considered" at Washington's 9:30 Club, the station announced in a press release on Friday.
With less than a month before the shoot of their next video, the members of AB Video Solutions are keeping a long list in their Old Goucher office of everything they need to take care of before filming begins.
On a Monday night in April, as tensions over the death of Freddie Gray reached a breaking point and led to rioting in Baltimore's streets, 12-year-old Taniyah Kutcherman ran to her West Baltimore bedroom and turned up Meghan Trainor's "All About That Bass" in an attempt to drown out the chaos outside her window.
On Aug. 29, Future Islands, Beach House and Dan Deacon -- three of the most notable acts to emerge from Baltimore in recent years -- will perform at Pier Six Pavilion for the first-ever Windjammer festival.
Dan Deacon first heard the term "stress addiction" a few years ago, and the Baltimore-based experimental-pop artist wondered aloud if it applied to his own life. Nearby, the former Ponytail drummer Jeremy Hyman looked back in disbelief.