Bmore Music Picks: Concerts and Events July 21 – 26

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Bmore Music Picks is a weekly feature that highlights shows, concerts or events to check out in Baltimore and the surrounding area. While it’s not a comprehensive events calendar, our picks are diverse and may highlight jazz, rock, folk, noise, punk, hip-hop, R&B, metal, experimental or just about any other sub-genre or style that helps make Baltimore’s music scene varied and vibrant.

For a more comprehensive events calendar, check out the Culture FlyShow Space, or



Tuesday, July 21st – Out of Your Head Music Collective
Windup Space, 12 W. North Ave. at 9:30 PM – FREE

A rotating cast of improvisational musicians playing a blend of free jazz and experimental noise makes for a unique experience every time you see it. There isn’t a place in Baltimore that supports a wider range of musical styles than the Windup Space.

More info here.



Thursday, July 23rd – Baltimore Pride Kickoff w/ Vodkatrina / Lemz & MORE
Metro Gallery, 1700 N. Charles St. at 9:00 PM – FREE

Start off pride weekend with a wild (AND FREE) DJ dance party at Metro Gallery on Thursday night.

More info here.



Saturday, July 25th – Letitia VanSant / Big Hoax / Jordannah Elizabeth
Metro Gallery, 1700 N. Charles St. at 7:00 PM – $10

I’ve seen Letitia VanSant and her band, The Bonafides, once before opening for local folk singer Caleb Stine. I knew she had a new record called, ‘Parts and Labor’ but had forgotten about it until I was looking through City Paper’s Best Albums of 2015 where the album was featured. Baltimore isn’t necessarily known for its folk scene but this album is one of my favorites right now and Letitia puts on a hell of a show.

More info here.


Author Taylor DeBoer grew up in the Baltimore area and studied Writing and Sociology at Loyola University Maryland. He is a local writer, music lover, and edits a website that he co-founded,  Follow him on Twitter at TayDeBoer23.

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