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Baseball, Sinatra and crab cakes with a Yankees historian

Yankees beat writer Pete Caldera of The Bergen Record talks all things of the summer winds of an amazing baseball pennant race in the American League East – and singing Sinatra show tunes off Broadway with Nestor at Faidley’s on the Maryland Crab Cake Tour.

Greg Hawkes: Taking Hall of Fame music of The Cars for a drive home to Maryland

Marylander Greg Hawkes of The Cars comes home with the hits performing with Eddie Japan at Rams Head On Stage in Annapolis on Saturday night. The Atholton High grad tells tales of being an usher at Merriweather Post Pavilion, seeing the Beatles at the Baltimore Civic Center and his incredible band’s journey from Boston to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Watch “No One Listens; Everyone Hears” – The Media Story of Nestor Aparicio, WNST and Baltimore Positive

You’ll laugh. You’ll cry. You’ll learn. Watch “No One Listens; Everyone Hears” – The Story of Baltimore Positive, Nestor Aparicio & WNST” here. A documentary film narrated by Kyf Brewer, Gina Schock, Mickey Cucchiella, Mike Brilhart, John Allen, Ray Bachman and Bill Cole. Special and eternal thanks to Gregg Landry and Blue Rock Productions for the spiritual guidance and documentary awesomeness on this project. Nestor and his family and partners would like to thank every one of you for four decades of support of WNST, our sponsors and advertisers who allow us to do this Baltimore Positive thing.

The Almost Famous Joan Jett chat from Nestor’s youth

When Nestor was the rock music critic at The Baltimore Evening Sun in the early 1990s, he interviewed hundreds of musicians. This is a long lost chat with Joan Jett that oozes her love of the Baltimore Orioles and Memorial Stadium.

Going back to Summer Camp with Hootie and The Blowfish

Sure, they’ll always be known as a South Carolina band, but Hootie and The Blowfish guitarist Mark Bryan is always quick to point out his Maryland roots for home and sports. He catches up on Orioles Magic, thirty years of friendship with Nestor and the not-so-cracked rear view of a life in making music that is currently making fans happy on the road with all the hits.

Finding old friends and new memories at Max’s Taphouse during Fleet Week

Even though it will always be “Max’s On Broadway” to an old music critic, Ron Furman of the current and longtime Max’s Taphouse tells Nestor about the magic of Broadway and Fell’s Point during Fleet Week from Kooper’s Tavern on the Maryland Crab Cake Tour. Ain’t no friends like old friends…

Reading the book on the past and future with Kyf Brewer of The Ravyns

Musician Kyf Brewer of The Ravyns comes home to Baltimore to discuss his role in Nestor’s new documentary, his amazing voice work, band history and the fun duo “Cavern Club” show with Rob Fahey set for Big Falls Inn in White Marsh on Friday night. We’re still “Ravyn Maniacs” here!

Two Dundalk boys come home to discuss tragedy, triumph and Good Ol’ Rock and Roll

As the Maryland Crab Cake Tour gets back on the road for the spring, musician and lifer friend John Allen joins Nestor at Costas Inn in Dundalk to discuss Key Bridge memories, the legacy of Brian Jack and getting the music of Child’s Play back on stage at Merriweather Post Pavilion on May 4th at the annual M3 Festival for local rockers.

Singing with Seal, hanging with Horn and shredding with Ozzy

Multi-talented musician and guitarist Mat Dauzat joins Nestor from ” the other L.A.” to discuss his amazing work with Seal, his intorduction to the daughter of Ozzy Osbourne and life on the road with his wife, Heather, and primary focus of Dauzat St. Marie. Oh, and of course there’s a Baltimore to Ruston connection…

Laying it on the line with the great Rik Emmett of Triumph

With a newly released memoir about his life in music and times in the Canadian band Triumph in the 1980s, guitarist Rik Emmett discusses ” “Lay It On The Line” and the stories behind a lifetime in music with Nestor from Toronto. Oh, there’s also a surprising amount of baseball chatter with this big MLB fan and historian, too!

Sex, Christmas, crabs and the Baltimore accent with the legendary John Waters

We always wanted to have Baltimore’s most famous worldwide export on the show but were afraid to ask. In advance of his “A John Waters Christmas: Let’s Blow It Up!” at Baltimore SoundStage on December 21st, the Pope Of Trash comes home to Nestor to dish on holiday etiquette and why he loves soft shell crabs and still being on stage with an audience.

A lifetime of Schock and awe in banging the drums deserves pain relief

The Maryland Crab Cake Tour hosted a special holiday edition of the show at Far & Dotter with our favorite Dundalk Rock And Rock Hall of Famer Gina Schock of The Go-Go’s joined by Curio Wellness Chief Brand Officer Wendy Bronfein to rock a great chat about the benefits of pain relief. Merging rock and roll and cannabis education as we roll into 2024 ready for more music.

Drums, cannabis and science rocking the education of the plant – and the future of medicine

The Maryland Crab Cake Tour brought a spirited holiday edition of the show to Far & Dotter in Timonium with Dundalk drummer and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Gina Schock of The Go-Go’s joined by Curio founder Michael Bronfein and daughter Wendy Bronfein discussing how a once pharmaceutical family drummed its way into the cannabis wellness business in Maryland. (We loved this one!)

Rumbling the 80s back to the Recher on December 2nd with Tommy Conwell

Legendary Philadelphia blues rockers Tommy Conwell and The Young Rumblers return to the Baltimore area for the first time in two decades and Nestor asks why it’s still fun to put the band back together almost four decades after the Hammerjacks magic of “I’m Not Your Man.”

Finally unearthing my 1990 late night KISStory dinner chat with Paul Stanley as “End Of The Road” KISS goodbye comes to Baltimore

Nestor Aparicio wanted the best and he got the best! As a kid who worshiped all things KISS in the 1970s musical coming of age, he interviewed Paul Stanley twice as a music critic – once at The News American as a 16-year old in 1985 and again in a late-night, by-invite personal sit down with the legendary leader of the hottest band in the world at a makeup free 1990 chat on the “Hot In The Shade” tour. It was a great chat when the groupies weren’t beating on Stanley’s hotel room at the Dulles Hyatt.

Why can’t people STFU when the singer is singing and we’ve all paid a ton of dough to see a performer?

When our Chief Digital Officer Mike Rosenfeld of Web Connection drops by the show, it usually involves music. This time after Nestor got back from an American bender through South Carolina for Sammy Hagar and Las Vegas for U2 at Sphere, he needed some answers about how Alice Cooper got there. And why people can’t shut up when Billy Joel or John Mayer are singing a love song.

Finally getting Free to tell the history of Baltimore house music with the great Ultra Nate´

Our Maryland Crab Cake Tour, presented by The Maryland Lottery, Window Nation and Jiffy Lube is always filled with serendipity. Roz Lane was coming by Koco’s Pub to help us give away from Ravens scratch-offs and wound up Ko-hosting our segment with the Baltimore diva of the dance floor and celebrating 20 years of Deep Sugar grooves. Let Roz tell you about all of those all night dance parties at the Paradox while Ultra schools Nestor on the roots of house music and her amazing international success as an artist.

Recalling the night I sang three Police songs with Andy Summers in Havana

It’s the greatest cocktail party story that Nestor Aparicio has in a lifetime journey that has exceeded all expectations. Back in March 1999 while in Havana, Cuba covering the Orioles historic baseball visit and Fidel Castro, he ran into Woody Harrelson and Andy Summers in La Bodeguita del Medio and convinced the legendary Hall of Fame guitarist from The Police to join a local band. Summers insisted that Nestor play the role of Sting in the band. Let the trio who were there tell you about it…

Andy Summers of The Police returns to Nestor’s life 25 years after the Havana duet

Legendary guitarist Andy Summers of The Police reunites with Nestor nearly a quarter of a century after their 1999 duet in Cuba, which you can hear at Baltimore Positive as well. His current tour brings him through York, Pennsylvania on Thursday, October 12th with a full multimedia show: “A Cracked Lens + A Missing String.”

Back when Adam Lambert rocked Baltimore before Queen

In the summer of 2009 when the “American Idol” craze took over our country, the touring troop came through Baltimore to play the Arena. Nestor Aparicio sat down with most of that season’s crew before the local show but it turns out that Adam Lambert would be the biggest star of them all and now returns to the Charm City as the longtime lead singer of Queen.

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The Itch of a new solo album from Kix legend Steve Whiteman

With M3 looming and the return of live music to the Symphony Woods of Merriweather Post Pavilion, Nestor welcomed his personal vocal coach and the greatest frontman in local music history from Hagerstown to discuss “You’re Welcome” and his new music.

Getting the itch to give Kix a beautiful rock and roll sendoff

A lifetime of friendship brought Stone Horses frontman John Allen back to his Dundalk homeland at Costas Inn join Nestor Aparicio for the WNST 25th Anniversary celebration in a wide-ranging discussion of the history of Baltimore rock music. From Child’s Play roots in East Baltimore to the farewell of legendary vocalist Steve Whiteman, let two good ol’ boys tell you about growing up loving Sarah Fleischer, Hammerjacks and the dream of living a music life.

Lofgren still finding the Mountains to climb off E Street

Silver Spring native and lifer musician Nils Lofgren joins Nestor for a candid conversation about his latest work, “Mountains,” released in the middle of a worldwide tour with Bruce Springsteen and E Street Band that comes to Oriole Park at Camden Yards this Saturday. SUMMARY KEYWORDS play, song, bruce, great, wrote, man, band, album, mountains, ringo, baltimore, tour, home, dylan, beatles, truth, gift, sing, night, amy SPEAKERS Nestor Aparicio, Nils Lofgren Nestor Aparicio  00:01 W and S T Towson Baltimore. And Baltimore positive. We are celebrating 25 years we got the cupcake out front. We’re taking the Maryland crabcake tour on the road we’re gonna have to Maryland scratch offs on the 15th. At fade Lee’s in Lexington market in the morning of celebrating our partnership with compensate it’s going to be football season the Orioles are going to be in the playoffs. And we’re going to have one Bruce Springsteen concert down but one more to go. Because Bruce’s course playing Oriole Park at Camden Yards, this great place that is electrified already before the band gets here with first place baseball as well as that at nats Park. Miss Lofgren has been my friend for 30 678 years.

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The great Nils Lofgren talks about being in the E Street Band

Nestor Aparicio chats about all things E Street with the great Nils Lofgren who plays guitar in Bruce Springsteen’s legendary Hall of Fame band from Tampa on January 27, 2009 just days before the infamous Super Bowl halftime performance with Clarence Clemons.

The Dundalk home of Schock and rock

Our favorite Dundalk Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Gina Schock of The Go-Go’s talks songwriting and singing along with playing the drums in the most famous band of ladies of the ’80s at The Beaumont on the Maryland Crab Cake Tour.

Bringing friends and the local rock to The House of Schock

He’s not quite the Simon Cowell of making bands but Nestor Aparicio finally had chance to unravel his role in helping Gina Schock put a Baltimore-based band together. Let The Go-Go’s drummer and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer tell you about her new band The House of Shock and its roots in the Dundalk soil and soul.

Is “Sara” the greatest song ever written?

Nothing makes the Maryland Crab Cake Tour better than bringing together sports friends from different worlds. This time longtime sportswriter Dave Sheinin of The Washington Post and legendary sports cartoonist Mike Ricigliano move beyond sports to discuss a mutual love of music and what makes a song great from Koco’s Pub in Lauraville.

Rumbling back to the beach and Dewey after all these years

The ’80s are coming back! Philadelphia rock legend Tommy Conwell only puts the Young Rumblers back on the road for special occasions. On Sunday, July 23rd, the original members will all reunite for a special show at the Bottle & Cork in Dewey Beach. For the love of DJ Batman, Ocean City and all of those Hammerjacks memories, we still believe in Conwell.

Where the love of football and classic rock converge

Football agent Chad Wiestling asked Nestor if he could wear his Child’s Play shirt to honor East Baltimore rock music on the Maryland Crab Cake Tour in West Baltimore at Spirits West. From College Park to Hammerjacks, our favorite NFL agent rocks and rolls through Baltimore music history with some Pacifica belt buckle show and tell from our spirited host.

Finding the good things and memories in BoDeans music magic

Over 31 years on the radio, Nestor Aparicio has been unabashed in his eternal love for the music of BoDeans. Founder Kurt Neumann finally sits and answers every fan boy question Nestor can muster before the Annapolis gig at Ramshead on May 20.

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For the love of the children and the power of music

Longtime and legendary music teacher Calvin Statham schools Nestor on the love of children along with his Holabird Junior High classmate Dr. Ingrid Kohlstadt, who brought out the love for their teacher. Mr. Statham invested in every one of “his children” for five decades at Holabird and Pikesville and beyond.

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Giving Holabird and Pikesville love to the great Calvin Statham

It took Nestor nearly 31 years to drag his Holabird Junior High music teacher and production leader of the 1982 spring presentation of “My Fair Lady” at Dundalk Middle School onto his show. A beautiful afternoon and discussion with a man who traveled the gospel world and brought joy and the magic of music to thousands of children in Baltimore. The King of Dundalk music Calvin Statham tells Nestor how their paths crossed back in 1979 on the Maryland Crab Cake Tour at The Tasting Room at Drug City.

Baseball, Sinatra and crab cakes with a Yankees historian

Yankees beat writer Pete Caldera of The Bergen Record talks all things of the summer winds of an amazing baseball pennant race in the American League East – and singing Sinatra show tunes off Broadway with Nestor at Faidley’s on the Maryland Crab Cake Tour.

Greg Hawkes: Taking Hall of Fame music of The Cars for a drive home to Maryland

Marylander Greg Hawkes of The Cars comes home with the hits performing with Eddie Japan at Rams Head On Stage in Annapolis on Saturday night. The Atholton High grad tells tales of being an usher at Merriweather Post Pavilion, seeing the Beatles at the Baltimore Civic Center and his incredible band’s journey from Boston to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Watch “No One Listens; Everyone Hears” – The Media Story of Nestor Aparicio, WNST and Baltimore Positive

You’ll laugh. You’ll cry. You’ll learn. Watch “No One Listens; Everyone Hears” – The Story of Baltimore Positive, Nestor Aparicio & WNST” here. A documentary film narrated by Kyf Brewer, Gina Schock, Mickey Cucchiella, Mike Brilhart, John Allen, Ray Bachman and Bill Cole. Special and eternal thanks to Gregg Landry and Blue Rock Productions for the spiritual guidance and documentary awesomeness on this project. Nestor and his family and partners would like to thank every one of you for four decades of support of WNST, our sponsors and advertisers who allow us to do this Baltimore Positive thing.

The Almost Famous Joan Jett chat from Nestor’s youth

When Nestor was the rock music critic at The Baltimore Evening Sun in the early 1990s, he interviewed hundreds of musicians. This is a long lost chat with Joan Jett that oozes her love of the Baltimore Orioles and Memorial Stadium.

Going back to Summer Camp with Hootie and The Blowfish

Sure, they’ll always be known as a South Carolina band, but Hootie and The Blowfish guitarist Mark Bryan is always quick to point out his Maryland roots for home and sports. He catches up on Orioles Magic, thirty years of friendship with Nestor and the not-so-cracked rear view of a life in making music that is currently making fans happy on the road with all the hits.

Finding old friends and new memories at Max’s Taphouse during Fleet Week

Even though it will always be “Max’s On Broadway” to an old music critic, Ron Furman of the current and longtime Max’s Taphouse tells Nestor about the magic of Broadway and Fell’s Point during Fleet Week from Kooper’s Tavern on the Maryland Crab Cake Tour. Ain’t no friends like old friends…

Reading the book on the past and future with Kyf Brewer of The Ravyns

Musician Kyf Brewer of The Ravyns comes home to Baltimore to discuss his role in Nestor’s new documentary, his amazing voice work, band history and the fun duo “Cavern Club” show with Rob Fahey set for Big Falls Inn in White Marsh on Friday night. We’re still “Ravyn Maniacs” here!

Two Dundalk boys come home to discuss tragedy, triumph and Good Ol’ Rock and Roll

As the Maryland Crab Cake Tour gets back on the road for the spring, musician and lifer friend John Allen joins Nestor at Costas Inn in Dundalk to discuss Key Bridge memories, the legacy of Brian Jack and getting the music of Child’s Play back on stage at Merriweather Post Pavilion on May 4th at the annual M3 Festival for local rockers.

Singing with Seal, hanging with Horn and shredding with Ozzy

Multi-talented musician and guitarist Mat Dauzat joins Nestor from ” the other L.A.” to discuss his amazing work with Seal, his intorduction to the daughter of Ozzy Osbourne and life on the road with his wife, Heather, and primary focus of Dauzat St. Marie. Oh, and of course there’s a Baltimore to Ruston connection…

Laying it on the line with the great Rik Emmett of Triumph

With a newly released memoir about his life in music and times in the Canadian band Triumph in the 1980s, guitarist Rik Emmett discusses ” “Lay It On The Line” and the stories behind a lifetime in music with Nestor from Toronto. Oh, there’s also a surprising amount of baseball chatter with this big MLB fan and historian, too!

Sex, Christmas, crabs and the Baltimore accent with the legendary John Waters

We always wanted to have Baltimore’s most famous worldwide export on the show but were afraid to ask. In advance of his “A John Waters Christmas: Let’s Blow It Up!” at Baltimore SoundStage on December 21st, the Pope Of Trash comes home to Nestor to dish on holiday etiquette and why he loves soft shell crabs and still being on stage with an audience.

A lifetime of Schock and awe in banging the drums deserves pain relief

The Maryland Crab Cake Tour hosted a special holiday edition of the show at Far & Dotter with our favorite Dundalk Rock And Rock Hall of Famer Gina Schock of The Go-Go’s joined by Curio Wellness Chief Brand Officer Wendy Bronfein to rock a great chat about the benefits of pain relief. Merging rock and roll and cannabis education as we roll into 2024 ready for more music.

Drums, cannabis and science rocking the education of the plant – and the future of medicine

The Maryland Crab Cake Tour brought a spirited holiday edition of the show to Far & Dotter in Timonium with Dundalk drummer and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Gina Schock of The Go-Go’s joined by Curio founder Michael Bronfein and daughter Wendy Bronfein discussing how a once pharmaceutical family drummed its way into the cannabis wellness business in Maryland. (We loved this one!)

Rumbling the 80s back to the Recher on December 2nd with Tommy Conwell

Legendary Philadelphia blues rockers Tommy Conwell and The Young Rumblers return to the Baltimore area for the first time in two decades and Nestor asks why it’s still fun to put the band back together almost four decades after the Hammerjacks magic of “I’m Not Your Man.”

Finally unearthing my 1990 late night KISStory dinner chat with Paul Stanley as “End Of The Road” KISS goodbye comes to Baltimore

Nestor Aparicio wanted the best and he got the best! As a kid who worshiped all things KISS in the 1970s musical coming of age, he interviewed Paul Stanley twice as a music critic – once at The News American as a 16-year old in 1985 and again in a late-night, by-invite personal sit down with the legendary leader of the hottest band in the world at a makeup free 1990 chat on the “Hot In The Shade” tour. It was a great chat when the groupies weren’t beating on Stanley’s hotel room at the Dulles Hyatt.

Why can’t people STFU when the singer is singing and we’ve all paid a ton of dough to see a performer?

When our Chief Digital Officer Mike Rosenfeld of Web Connection drops by the show, it usually involves music. This time after Nestor got back from an American bender through South Carolina for Sammy Hagar and Las Vegas for U2 at Sphere, he needed some answers about how Alice Cooper got there. And why people can’t shut up when Billy Joel or John Mayer are singing a love song.

Finally getting Free to tell the history of Baltimore house music with the great Ultra Nate´

Our Maryland Crab Cake Tour, presented by The Maryland Lottery, Window Nation and Jiffy Lube is always filled with serendipity. Roz Lane was coming by Koco’s Pub to help us give away from Ravens scratch-offs and wound up Ko-hosting our segment with the Baltimore diva of the dance floor and celebrating 20 years of Deep Sugar grooves. Let Roz tell you about all of those all night dance parties at the Paradox while Ultra schools Nestor on the roots of house music and her amazing international success as an artist.

Recalling the night I sang three Police songs with Andy Summers in Havana

It’s the greatest cocktail party story that Nestor Aparicio has in a lifetime journey that has exceeded all expectations. Back in March 1999 while in Havana, Cuba covering the Orioles historic baseball visit and Fidel Castro, he ran into Woody Harrelson and Andy Summers in La Bodeguita del Medio and convinced the legendary Hall of Fame guitarist from The Police to join a local band. Summers insisted that Nestor play the role of Sting in the band. Let the trio who were there tell you about it…

Andy Summers of The Police returns to Nestor’s life 25 years after the Havana duet

Legendary guitarist Andy Summers of The Police reunites with Nestor nearly a quarter of a century after their 1999 duet in Cuba, which you can hear at Baltimore Positive as well. His current tour brings him through York, Pennsylvania on Thursday, October 12th with a full multimedia show: “A Cracked Lens + A Missing String.”

Back when Adam Lambert rocked Baltimore before Queen

In the summer of 2009 when the “American Idol” craze took over our country, the touring troop came through Baltimore to play the Arena. Nestor Aparicio sat down with most of that season’s crew before the local show but it turns out that Adam Lambert would be the biggest star of them all and now returns to the Charm City as the longtime lead singer of Queen.

Screen Shot 2021 06 23 at 6.05.18 AM

The Itch of a new solo album from Kix legend Steve Whiteman

With M3 looming and the return of live music to the Symphony Woods of Merriweather Post Pavilion, Nestor welcomed his personal vocal coach and the greatest frontman in local music history from Hagerstown to discuss “You’re Welcome” and his new music.

Getting the itch to give Kix a beautiful rock and roll sendoff

A lifetime of friendship brought Stone Horses frontman John Allen back to his Dundalk homeland at Costas Inn join Nestor Aparicio for the WNST 25th Anniversary celebration in a wide-ranging discussion of the history of Baltimore rock music. From Child’s Play roots in East Baltimore to the farewell of legendary vocalist Steve Whiteman, let two good ol’ boys tell you about growing up loving Sarah Fleischer, Hammerjacks and the dream of living a music life.

mq1

The great Nils Lofgren talks about being in the E Street Band

Nestor Aparicio chats about all things E Street with the great Nils Lofgren who plays guitar in Bruce Springsteen’s legendary Hall of Fame band from Tampa on January 27, 2009 just days before the infamous Super Bowl halftime performance with Clarence Clemons.

The Dundalk home of Schock and rock

Our favorite Dundalk Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Gina Schock of The Go-Go’s talks songwriting and singing along with playing the drums in the most famous band of ladies of the ’80s at The Beaumont on the Maryland Crab Cake Tour.

Bringing friends and the local rock to The House of Schock

He’s not quite the Simon Cowell of making bands but Nestor Aparicio finally had chance to unravel his role in helping Gina Schock put a Baltimore-based band together. Let The Go-Go’s drummer and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer tell you about her new band The House of Shock and its roots in the Dundalk soil and soul.

Is “Sara” the greatest song ever written?

Nothing makes the Maryland Crab Cake Tour better than bringing together sports friends from different worlds. This time longtime sportswriter Dave Sheinin of The Washington Post and legendary sports cartoonist Mike Ricigliano move beyond sports to discuss a mutual love of music and what makes a song great from Koco’s Pub in Lauraville.

Rumbling back to the beach and Dewey after all these years

The ’80s are coming back! Philadelphia rock legend Tommy Conwell only puts the Young Rumblers back on the road for special occasions. On Sunday, July 23rd, the original members will all reunite for a special show at the Bottle & Cork in Dewey Beach. For the love of DJ Batman, Ocean City and all of those Hammerjacks memories, we still believe in Conwell.

Where the love of football and classic rock converge

Football agent Chad Wiestling asked Nestor if he could wear his Child’s Play shirt to honor East Baltimore rock music on the Maryland Crab Cake Tour in West Baltimore at Spirits West. From College Park to Hammerjacks, our favorite NFL agent rocks and rolls through Baltimore music history with some Pacifica belt buckle show and tell from our spirited host.

Finding the good things and memories in BoDeans music magic

Over 31 years on the radio, Nestor Aparicio has been unabashed in his eternal love for the music of BoDeans. Founder Kurt Neumann finally sits and answers every fan boy question Nestor can muster before the Annapolis gig at Ramshead on May 20.

Screen Shot 2023 03 09 at 4.20.38 PM

For the love of the children and the power of music

Longtime and legendary music teacher Calvin Statham schools Nestor on the love of children along with his Holabird Junior High classmate Dr. Ingrid Kohlstadt, who brought out the love for their teacher. Mr. Statham invested in every one of “his children” for five decades at Holabird and Pikesville and beyond.

Screen Shot 2023 03 09 at 4.18.23 PM

Giving Holabird and Pikesville love to the great Calvin Statham

It took Nestor nearly 31 years to drag his Holabird Junior High music teacher and production leader of the 1982 spring presentation of “My Fair Lady” at Dundalk Middle School onto his show. A beautiful afternoon and discussion with a man who traveled the gospel world and brought joy and the magic of music to thousands of children in Baltimore. The King of Dundalk music Calvin Statham tells Nestor how their paths crossed back in 1979 on the Maryland Crab Cake Tour at The Tasting Room at Drug City.

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