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."
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
With the stadium lease drama about to go into extra innings in Annapolis and the typical Angelos family stall rolling on for baseball fans, longtime Baltimore journalist, author and Orioles historian John Eisenberg discusses the history of the franchise, the city and the downtown landscape he found four decades ago when he joined The Sun as a sportswriter and columnist.
As the Maryland Crab Cake Tour presented by The Maryland Lottery, Window Nation and Jiffy Lube takes us throughout the community to tell the best Baltimore Positive stories and Weis conversations, there are none better than the crab cake tales of family lore and secret recipes kept for three generations. Let Steve Pappas tell you the 50-year history history of his family crab cake and Parkville legacy.
As the Maryland Crab Cake Tour presented by The Maryland Lottery, Window Nation and Jiffy Lube rolls toward the holidays, it's always great to have Weis conversation with local authors like John Eisenberg, who recently wrote "Rocket Men," a history of what led to the opportunity for someone like Lamar Jackson to change the quarterback game.
Every Orioles fans remembers Barbara Phelps-Anderson, who hit it big in the 50th Anniversary of the Maryland Lottery celebration when Ryan Mountcastle hit the 50th home run in a memorable Baltimore baseball summer. Nestor caught up with the huge Birds fans down in Sunnyside to relive the magic moment and talk offseason Orioles baseball.
As the Baltimore Ravens go to Los Angeles as 3 1/2 point favorites to beat the Chargers at SoFi Stadium on Sunday Night Football, Nestor Aparicio joins Dennis Koulatsos to discuss the purple realities of the bye and remaining path to a No. 1 seed in the AFC and home cooking in January for a Super Bowl run to Las Vegas.