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Hit the lights: Metallica opens world tour in Baltimore

Metallica frontman James Hetfield had two questions for the tens of thousands at M&T Bank Stadium on Wednesday night shortly after taking the stage. “How many of you been to a Metallica before,” he asked before the crowd screamed. “How […]

Hit the lights: Metallica opens world tour in Baltimore

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Metallica frontman James Hetfield had two questions for the tens of thousands at M&T Bank Stadium on Wednesday night shortly after taking the stage. “How many of you been to a Metallica before,” he asked before the crowd screamed. “How […]

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Charm City Bluegrass Festival: Day in pictures

The crowd of about 4,000 who dropped by Druid Hill Park on Saturday for the fifth edition of the award-winning Charm City Bluegrass Festival were treated to a great

Charm City Bluegrass Festival to rock Druid Hill Park

The Charm City Bluegrass Festival is taking over Druid Hill Park on April 29, bringing a great collection of national and regional acts. Last year's festival earned the Event of

Stevie Nicks mints golden performance at Royal Farms Arena

Stevie Nicks told the audience at Royal Farms Arena exactly what she was going to do on Sunday night. “I hope you're ready,” she said. “We’re going on a trip

Suzy Bogguss to bring Christmas spirit to Rams Head Tavern

Grammy Award winner Suzy Bogguss, who turns 60 this month, has no intention of slowing down. “If I’m at home for a few weeks, I’m chomping at the bit to

Duckie Simpson on reggae and Black Uhuru

Derrick “Duckie” Simpson, founder of the world’s top-selling reggae band after Bob Marley and The Wailers, has been in the music business for over fifty years; but, at 66

Desert Trip brings out best in veteran rockers

When Joni Mitchell wrote about Woodstock on her 1970’s album Ladies of the Canyon, she described starry-eyed children of god walking out to upstate New York to join rock

Fab Faux brings Beatles back to life in Washington

The "Beatles" are returning to Washington D.C. OK, well, not exactly the Beatles, but perhaps the closest thing - The Fab Faux. The band, considered to be the greatest Beatle tribute band

Del McCoury Band to Headline Bluegrass Benefit at Oregon Ridge

Festival Alert! It’s time to dance on the grass again good citizens. Get on up to Cockeysville on Saturday for the second annual Susie’s Cause Bluegrass-Folk Festival. Oregon Ridge Park

Colin Hay brings land ‘Down Under’ to Annapolis

Colin Hay, best known for his role as lead singer for the band Men at Work, gave a sellout crowd at Francis Scott Key Auditorium on the campus of

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