WTMD listeners take over the airwaves with three-to-five song sets on Thursday.
9 a.m. Suzanne Clay
When I was little, I would often visit my grandmother and she had this extensive collection of stuffed monkeys. As a child I loved to play with them, but now that I am older, the more I think about those monkeys the more they creep me out.
There happen to be a lot of songs out there with “Monkey” in the title. Here are some of my favorites…..both lovely and creepy.
* "Monkey Man," by The Rolling Stones
* "Shake Me Like A Monkey," by Dave Matthews Band
* "Everybody’s Got Something To Hide Except for Me and My Monkey," by The Beatles
* "New Monkey," by Elliott Smith
11 a.m. Kevin Majoros
These are artists whom I missed on their last stop in Baltimore. I will not miss them again.
* "Will You Return?," by The Avett Brothers
* "Take My Heart," by Danielia Cotton
* "See How We Are," by X
* "Folsom Prison Blues," by Brandi Carlile
* "Ruby, Don't Take Your Love To Town,” by Cake
5 p.m. Greg Lockwood
As the Baltimore Running Festival is rapidly approaching on October 10, these songs are dedicated to all runners training for a fall race.
These songs remind me of the joy of running, the training that goes into preparing for a race, the nerves before the race starts, the "runner's high," friends you make on the road, and the satisfaction of completing your goal.
* "Run," by Ben Kweller
* "The Distance," by Cake
* "New Shoes," by Paolo Nutini
* "I Feel It All," by Feist
* "Long May You Run," by Neil Young