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Thursday, June 2, 2011

Weekend on the Radio Recap

Every Thursday morning at 6:20 a.m. and 8:20 a.m. Sam Gallant of the Creative Alliance shares with you all the cool happenings around town on Weekend on the Radio. This week Jason holds the Hunt Valley Marriott hostage, a guy named Shakespeare writes a play about two crazy kids in love, and Rihanna gets loud. In case you missed a detail about a specific event, here's the list for this week.

All Weekend Long:

Thursday, 5/2:

Friday, 5/3:

Saturday, 5/4:

Sunday, 5/5:

Sowebo Festival Poster Auction, University of Maryland Bio Park Auction, 4 p.m.

Wednesday, June 1, 2011

First Thursday Info

Jason Spooner and Old Man Brown play tomorrow at 5:30!  Info and Details Here!

WTMD's "Hit It And Quit It" Fund Drive

Our Summer Fund Drive starts this Thursday and it's our biggest countdown yet.  While we normally countdown songs or albums, this time we're counting down dollars.  WTMD needs to raise $134,000 dollars before the end of the month.  It's a might big gap between here and meeting our fundraising goal for the year, but we know you value WTMD in your life and we hope you'll translate that value into a membership contribution.

The Fund Drive Stops When We Reach The Goal!
That's right..we'll keep the phones open only as long as we need to--We'll stop interrupting the music and return to regular programming as soon as we raise the $134,000 we need to keep the station running through the summer.  You're gift right now will start the countdown and end the fund drive sooner!  Click Here to Make Your Gift Today!

You can choose our new Zeke's Coffee Mug with at $75 or more contribution!

WTMD's New Web Site

We're beta testing a new web site for WTMD.  Want to Check It Out?

Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Between the Grooves: Walk the Moon's Dance Happy Sounds

From the city that gave us the Isley Brothers, the Afghan Whigs and a wacky, fictional radio station comes the energetic sounds of Walk the Moon.

A love of Talking Heads and The Killers gave rise to the Cincinnati quartets' rhythmic blend of 80's-flavored keyborads and poppy guitars.

Walk the Moon's new album I Want! I Want! has enough allure in the lyrics to make it more than a dance album, though not that there would be anything wrong with that!

On this week's Between the Grooves, Thursday at 2pm, Walk the Moon plug in for a full set of happy, non-sedintary music. Oh yeah, the band also likes to face paint their fans onstage. Feel the love this Thursday!

WTMD's EEO report for 2011