Interest Surges & Expands Senator Benefit to Weekend Event!

As the cause and details of the upcoming Friday the 13th event have spread, so has interest in participation to save Baltimore’s 1939 theatre. The single night event has snowballed to encompass the entire weekend with a mixture of music, film and performances of many varieties!

As if an audition for the city and state, these events feature the various types of entertainment that have been proposed by supporters of the theatre transition to a community owned/operated non-profit.

save_the_senator_eposter1Friday night currently features an evening of music groups, hosted by local radio legends Rob Timm and Alex Cortright (WRNR). Currently on the bill:  The Payola Reserve, Wye Oak, US Royalty, and the John Hardy Boys. Tickets for this portion of the weekend are already on sale – get yours now, because prices will be higher at the door!

Saturday is currently set to include a Song Circle of Baltimore Songwriters John Seay, Sahffi and Paul Iwancio; the Ellen Cherry Trio; the Ken Kolodner Duo; the Ily Aimy duo; Smooth Kentucky; and the Swing States Road Show from 2-7pm.

Buy tickets for Friday night now!

Buy tickets for Friday night now!

Sunday “Brunch” promises a tribute to Baltimore’s Left Bank Jazz Society of the 60’s and 70’s, featuring guitarist Michael Raitzyk, Ebony & Irony (a duet of vocalist Joyce Scott and pianist Lorraine L. Whittlesey), and the Craig Alston Ensemble (saxophonist Craig Alston, pianist Todd Simon and friends).

Sunday night (7pm – midnight), you can expect the mind-bending critically acclaimed TELESMA, playing in front of trippy, 30 foot high digital projections in the Senator’s beautiful theater IN 6.1 SURROUND SOUND! The evening will feature a community drum circle, and local jam bands Adrian Bond and Telesma.

More details expected, so stay tuned!

Full press release:

Promoter info:
Clearpath Management


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  1. Things look like they’re shaping up. That’s excellent! I guess I better get my tickets soon.

    Did you see this letter to the editor of the Sun? Pass it on. It’s a good one.

    I’ve got some new stuff on my blog as well.

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