Friday, September 30, 2022

Music

The Slim Man brings his music home to Baltimore to cook and camp at Ramshead Annapolis

Slim Manicotti comes home to Baltimore to talk cooking, crab cakes and great music with Nestor. And the serendipity of a lovely "Tim Camp and Brian Jack were roommates back in the day" tale on the weekend of a Child's Play reunion was quite the bonus here.

When Springsteen fans compete, surge pricing lifts prices and leaves hungry hearts

Marty Conway and Nestor discuss scam of Springsteen tickets and Angelos v Angelos as Orioles soar

1st Maryland Crab Cake Tour: Day 18 Rocking down to an Eastern Shore-style ‘cake at Crisfield Seafood in Silver Spring

Dundalk unmasked in Silver Spring al fresco and rocking with John Allen of Stone Horses. The Maryland Crab Cake Tour remains about friends and places. And, well, beer too...

The Godz of experimental rock and an outlet for the music memories of Larry Kessler

Nestor and Gregg Kessler pay tribute to The Godz and music of Larry Kessler in Highlandtown

The final tour by The Who? It’s a put-on…

Leonard Raskin and Nestor discuss the concert camp out and chasing Adley Rutschman

What happens to the legend of Van Halen now?

Van Halen biographer and historian Greg Renoff joins Nestor for the first time after death of Eddie

Kicking it in Hampstead about the legend of North Carroll and future of pop music with Brandon Tomlinson

Hampstead musician Brandon Tomlinson discusses kicking football for pop music and gig at Recher

A KISS of comedy and how Love Gun changed Mickey Cucchiella

Mickey Cucchiella joins Nestor on state of the comedy world and how KISS changed their lives in 1977

Making room for comedy and how KISS changed the world with Mickey Cucchiella

Mickey Cucchiella joins Nestor on state of the comedy world and how KISS changed their lives in 1977

The clear plastic bag rule at concerts and sporting events just got sportier

Entrepreneur Laura Baldini's quest for a better clear sports bag for women at games and concerts
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