Sunday, November 23rd, 2014 by Courtney K
Tim of Radio Rock on Tour interviewed Tommy Roe who is famous for 60s pop. Tim has been a part of our radio station for years and always brings in great interviews. Check out his interview below.
Saturday, November 22nd, 2014 by Courtney K
Staff member, Brandon, snagged an interview with Evan Nachimson when he came to WLOY for a Late Night Event. Baltimore born Nachimson believes in the power of what songs can say. Brandon was able to dig deeper in the mind of this great artist in this interview.
Friday, November 21st, 2014 by Courtney K
Patricia and Tara, members of the WLOY Staff, got a hold of Tiny Rhymes to do an interview at the station. This indie-folk group works together to create sick sounds that bring listeners to them. Now we are bringing them to the listeners! Check it out.
Thursday, November 20th, 2014 by Courtney K
WLOY staff members, Patricia and Tara, got to see The End of America. Don’t worry that’s just the band name of people who love part harmonies and Americana. These dudes hail from the great city of Philadelphia, but we got them to come Baltimore to give us an interview.
Wednesday, November 19th, 2014 by Courtney K
Earl Crown from Crucial Cuts was lucky enough to score an interview with Baltimore band, Fractal Cat. With their love of early rock ‘n’ roll, classic soul, psychedelia and use of acoustic guitar mixed with saxophone electronic found sounds, Fractal Cat gives you new and old all in one. Earl got these guys in to WLOY to give us the scoop on their band.
Wednesday, November 19th, 2014 by Courtney K
Our very own DJs, Leandra and Kelly, of As Told By Gingers were able to get an interview with Baltimore’s own Idle Gossip. Self-proclaimed as “extreme R&B,” Idle Gossip has a little punk, blues, rock, and pop all mixed to create a great sound. As Told By Gingers were the luckiest of gals to have these great guys at WLOY to interview them!
Monday, September 29th, 2014 by Courtney K
Calling all kids and grown ups that are young at heart! Chessie Jam is coming to Pier Six in Baltimore! On Saturday October 4, the children’s music festival, Chessie Jam, will be hosting kid friendly music and fun activities. There will be free face painting from 12:00-2:00pm, an instrument petting zoo, a photo-booth, a moon-bounce, tie-dying, a storybook village, and much more! These fun things are paired with even more fun music. The featured bands include the winners of “Best Musical Album for Children,” Milkshake, and even Yo Gabba Gabba’s Biz Markie!
Join WLOY and participate in a live recording of our award winning program, “What Happens Next?” Running since 2009, this children’s program has helped promote better reading, writing, and communication skills as well as help expand imaginations. We provide the beginning of the story, but our participates figure out “what happens next!” WLOY will be promoting this program as well as working with kids to write and record their stories at Chessie Jam! Come out and enjoy some music and fun this Saturday!
Learn more about this great event on their website!
Wednesday, July 30th, 2014 by The Professor
That makes for an odd headline doesn’t it? WLOY’s hard rockin’ Matt Weitzel ’17 (of It’s a Hard Rock Life) sat down with 3 of the guys from New Jersey’s Fit For An Autopsy for a chat before their show at Baltimore Soundstage June 14. FFAA was there as part of big lineup with Devildriver, Carnifex, Whitechapel, Revocation, and Rivers of Nihil. Listen in as Matt chats with the band.
Wednesday, July 30th, 2014 by Rachel
When Kat and I sat down with Adam of Red Sammy and Howard of Palookaville, we had the chance to get an insiders take on their music as well as learning about their combined show at An Die Musik. We discovered the definition of Gritty Americana as well as the definition to Smalltimore. Listen in to here the full interview as well as a live performance of some of their songs! The dynamic duo talked with us about the amazing parts of being a part of the Baltimore music scene, as well as their road to collaboation. Tune in to get the full interview below!
Tuesday, July 29th, 2014 by The Professor
It began as a vision for Will Shanklin 8 years ago. At Artscape 2014 it was officially unveiled. This amazing structure is providing a much needed relief from the usual billboards crowding our streets and is creating visibility for a huge collection of artists in the region FOR FREE. Will Shanklin, the artist and visionary behind the billboard’s development and operation sat down for a chat with me right before the official launch of the billboard at Artscape 2014. He shared his idea for the billboard, it’s future and how it can impact art and Baltimore in a positive way. (more…)