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Just announced: Garnet Rogers at Baldwin’s Station


Canadian singer/songwriter Garnet Rogers will return to Baldwin’s Station on Thursday, September 24, 2020. Tickets Call 410-795-1041
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Just announced: Eastman String Band at Baldwin’s Station


The Eastman String Band will appear at Baldwin’s Station in Sykesville on Thursday, May 14, 2020. Tickets Call 410-795-1041
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Just announced: Half Step Down (Tony Denikos, Angie Miller & Tom Fridrich) at Baldwin’s Station


The trio Half Step Down (Tony Denikos, Angie Miller & Tom Fridrich) will appear at Baldwin’s Station in Sykesville on Thursday, January 30th. Tickets Call 410-795-1041
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Seth Glier at Baldwin’s Station 11/7/2019 postponed to 2/13/2020


The show originally scheduled for Thursday, November 7, 2019 featuring Seth Glier at Baldwin’s Station has been postponed to Thursday, February 13, 2020. Tickets & reservations: 410-795-1041

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Just announced: The 9 Songwriter Series at Cellar Stage™ Timonium


The 9 Songwriter Series makes a stop at Cellar Stage™ Timonium on Friday, January 10, 2020. The performers will be announced soon, check UptownConcerts.com for updates!


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Videos of the Trials of Cato at Cellar Stage™ Timonium


The Trials of Cato appeared at Cellar Stage™ Timonium on Friday, October 11, 2019.




Originally from North Wales and Yorkshire, The Trials of Cato formed whilst living in Beirut, and spent a year boiling down the roots of their sound into a hybrid of traditional influences that intrigued Lebanese audiences in the country’s biggest venues. Returning home from Beirut in the winter of 2016, they have since torn a shape very much their own into the canvas of the UK folk scene.

Back in the UK, they set to performing tirelessly up and down the country, leading to BBC Radio 2’s Mark Radcliffe hailing them as “one of the real discoveries on the folk circuit in recent times.” Musical development in the run up to their debut album proper was swift and sure, with Hide and Hair winning acclaim and receiving repeated national airplay on BBC Radio 2 and BBC 6 Music.

Praised for the diversity of their material and influences, The Trials of Cato live show “invariably stuns audiences wherever they play.” (FATEA) Whether plying their trade busking, performing in front of thousands at festivals across Europe, or frequently selling out their own shows, The Trials of Cato have the wind behind them.

A real discovery on the folk circuit in recent times” ~ Mark Radcliffe, BBC Radio 2

One of the most impressive debut folk albums of the year ★★★★” ~ Songlines

Videos of Dave Rowe at Baldwin’s Station


Dave Rowe appeared at Baldwin’s Station on Thursday, June 6, 2019.


Dave Rowe

Dave Rowe

Hailing from the great state of Maine, Dave Rowe is a traveling troubadour — a singer-songwriter and interpreter of traditional and modern song — whose 30-year career has had him on stages all over the eastern seaboard and throughout America’s heartland.

Armed with a guitar, a dream, a quick wit, a soaring tenor voice, and the heart of an entertainer, he has enthralled audiences everywhere he’s gone, bringing them from raucous singalongs to laughter to tears and everything in between.

Dave’s latest dream has him literally circumnavigating the eastern continental US by boat on the Great Loop, singing songs along the way, and playing to new audiences — some perhaps in unconventional or idyllic places — from yacht clubs to canal-side coffee houses and taverns, from small concert halls to historic, little opera houses on the islands of the Great Lakes. This will be the musical journey of a lifetime.

A fourth-generation professional musician (son of the late Tom Rowe of Schooner Fare), Dave’s handmade, heartfelt music springs from deep roots borne out of the song traditions of Ireland and the British Isles, cultivated in the roots music of North America, and filtered through the musical sensibility of a classically-trained musician. His original songs come from the heart of a poet and the soul of a maestro: from songs of the sea to historical sketches, from songs of abiding love to social commentary.

Dave’s 2019 floating musical journey will take him through seventeen U.S. states and two Canadian provinces. He with his trusty guitar; his yacht, Stinkpot; and his first mate, Stacey, will rise from sea level to 900 feet above sea level utilizing countless locks on the way. If you find yourself near the waters of the Great Loop and you hear someone singing “Low bridge, everybody down,” some time in 2019 and 2020, there’s a very good chance that there will be a Dave Rowe concert somewhere nearby!

Videos of Lea and Ellis Paul at Cellar Stage™ Timonium


Lea and Ellis Paul appeared at Cellar Stage™ Timonium on April 5, 2019.


















Ellis Paul

Ellis Paul

“Despite his success and sense of history, Mr. Paul remains an Artist with his eye on the future and an interest in discovering the transformative potential of his music.” ~ New York Times.

Ellis Paul‘s songwriting credentials are unassailable. They are as genuine as the 14 Boston Music Awards he has earned, as indelible as the tattoo of Woody Guthrie that adorns his arm, and as authentic as the musical roots he draws upon with every note he plays. Since emerging from the Boston music scene, Ellis Paul’s music has been consistently recognized and celebrated worldwide. His 16 releases and loyal, enthusiastic audiences reinforce this acclaim and have since cemented his place as one of America’s most talented songwriters. With 16 CDs, a concert DVD, and a book of poems and short stories to his credit, Ellis’ songs have been featured on the soundtracks to documentaries, TV shows and big Hollywood films such as The Farrelly Brother’s “Hall Pass,” “Me, Myself & Irene,” and “Shallow Hal. Ellis is a true American troubadour, performing over 150 tour dates a year, for over 20 years all around the world. He has shared the stage with some of the top names in the music world including: Pete Seeger, John Mayer, Arlo Guthrie, Richie Havens, Dar Williams, Shawn Colvin, and multi-platinum band Sugarland, among others.

“Ellis has a voice that is so powerful that you know who it is the second he comes through your radio. His music and songs are a new birth in American sound that makes me want to go see concerts again.” ~ Kristian Bush/Sugarland.

Woody Guthrie’s daughter, Nora, says of Ellis, “A singer songwriter is only as good as the times he reflects. Wise, tender, brilliant and biting, Ellis is one of our best human compasses, marking in melodies and poems where we’ve been and where we might go if we so choose to. Personally Ellis, I’m goin’ where you’re goin’!”


Lea

Lea

“A great voice singing great songs.” That is the simplest way to introduce you to Lea‘s music. While she often draws comparisons to other female phenoms like Tracy Chapman, Joni Mitchell and Ani DiFranco, Lea’s sound seamlessly blends gospel, jazz, country and R&B into her own style — SoulFolk.

Lea was born in Baltimore to a father who toured the world playing trumpet in the funk band Black Heat and a mother who dreamed of opera while performing with her siblings in the Jones Family Gospel Singers. Lea was singing on the pulpit of the Baptist church where she grew up as soon she could speak. When she discovered the acoustic guitar as a teenager, she began teaching herself to play by writing songs. Lea’s final year in high school in Germany at a classical conservatory, where she sang with the jazz ensemble Black & White and co-wrote with the British pop trio Indigo Wild.

Having shared the stage with luminaries including Odetta, Mavis Staples, Dar Williams and Anthony Hamilton, LEA performs at a far-ranging array of venues, including arts centers, universities, festivals, and places of worship. She is consistently acknowledged by the Washington Area Music Association as one of the region’s best vocalists, songwriters and recording artists. She is a graduate of the prestigious Artist-in-Residence program at The Music Center at Strathmore in Bethesda, MD and a beloved children’s music performer among DC families.

Lea’s latest recording, the crowd-funded and highly-anticipated “Let You In,” is a collection of songs the artists hopes will cultivate greater compassion for femininity. Lea’s stunning vocals and award winning songwriting are supported by rich instrumentation, featuring Howard Levy (of Bléa Fleck and the Flecktones) on the harmonica.

Videos of Garnet Rogers at Baldwin’s Station



Video of Pierce Pettis at Baldwin’s Station


Pierce Pettis appeared at Baldwin’s Station on Thursday, August 13, 2015.

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