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Kyle Ball is the singer/songwriter frontman of the local Mid-Atlantic-based alternative rock n’ roll group, Goodbye July. When he’s not howlin’ on the streets of Baltimore and beyond, he’s workin’ as the director of business development at the Cameron group. He’s a rock n’ roller as much as he is a father and business professional and has learned t…
 
The Authors and Artists Holiday Gift sale returned to the Bel Air Armory on November 5th and showcased some of Harford County's own talent. 37 local vendors selling unique and original art, books, photographs, laser woodwork, ornaments, jewelry, leather items and more, all gathered together for what felt like the largest and coolest, locals-only ‘S…
 
Nicole Marie, known to many as the amazing, fabulous – well, all of the adjectives, Niki Barr, has been circling the Mid-Atlantic music scene for nearly two decades. After Niki Barr, Nicole went on to front the very successful Baltimore based rock group The Last Year and she’s back with a brand new covers project called Radio Hero. Not to fear, she…
 
Derek Pentz, also known to many as Zenobia Darling, is an author, artist, DJ, podcaster and self-described Warholian Drag Superstar; in short, he’s a cornucopia of arts and expression. He’s traveled from small-town Havre de Grace to Los Angeles to Las Vegas and beyond to share the beauty of his craft and continues to evolve as the modern day vision…
 
Mike Falker is the axe slingin’, golf hat wearin’, Star Wars enthusiast from the Baltimore based rock group, Think Again. When he’s not finding ways to make the benefits world go ‘round and ‘round, he’s shreddin’ through some acoustic-based modern rock, deserving of its place in the Top 25 rock radio market. Sure, it’s acoustic, and mid-tempo, wher…
 
I was recently introduced to Gabe Woodrow through Tony Correlli at the Deep End Studio. Without even lookin’ at his Tinder profile, I could tell within minutes that he’s a fun-loving, passionate singer/songwriter from the Baltimore area who loves motorcycles, performin' music live and likely long walks on the beach. Sadly, after extensive research …
 
Josh Clark is like a fine wine or polished metal. You’ve probably heard more from Josh Clark through his music than anything you’d find splashed across his social media pages; he’s a ‘Say less, do more’ kind of guy. Josh is more than a rock n’ roll frontman – he’s a thinker, a father and a husband who takes his art seriously. He’s been the co-front…
 
Bad Mary is an indie rock n’ roll group hailing from New York! Today on the show I’m sitting down with the extremely talented pop punk muses of the group [Bad Mary], Amanda Mac and her husband Mike Staub. Their music is a happy mix of The Ramones, our recent guest, The Dollyrots and Green Day, all mixed together with a dash of Blondie for an authen…
 
When Melissa Baldwin’s not kickin’ the doors in and raisin’ hell at your favorite local watering holes with her classic rock n’ roll cover act, Spin Off, she’s likely movin’ real estate in Harford County and beyond. She not only brings a wealth of musical experience to the Mouthful of Graffiti podcast, but she may just hold the secrets to a life we…
 
Isaac Krapf is a talented Baltimore-based singer-songwriter. When he’s not writing his own unique blend of alternative prog rock, he’s networking with the local music scene and making a name for himself moonlighting as the guitarist for a myriad of Mid-Atlantic original and pop-up cover acts. Songs like “Seasick”, “The Hollow” and Adrift are upbeat…
 
Todd Boyle has been an active Baltimore based musician and Harford Countian for decades. His resume touts bands like Kustom Blend, Jon Mauer Trio and Skip Hop and Go Naked, but he’s also been called upon to slap the skins for a variety of diverse projects - from punk to metal to grunge. His style is organic with hints of jazz, blues and traditional…
 
If we were to 'Stagger Back' through time, we’d quickly find that Eric Butera has been honing his rock n’ roll chops for at least 15 years, but probably much longer. When he’s not moonlighting as the frontman for Baltimore’s own Everwatt, he’s either sharpening his pencils and doodling the band’s next rock n’ roll flyer or “Fighting Sleep” at his d…
 
Pete RG, otherwise known as ARGY, is a Los Angeles based singer-songwriter and producer whose current project, Sons of Silver is creating seismic activity in the Golden State. Their blend of 70’s, 80’s & 90’s rock n’ roll has a twist of modern sensibility that would get Jack White’s blessing. Pete has perfected the art of writing catchy, yet meanin…
 
On this show, I spoke with the ‘Awesome’ Kelly Ogden of The Dollyrots. Her bandmate Luis Cabeza was with us in spirit. Their infectious brand of indie pop/punk rock has covered the gamut from fun, in your face, rock n’ roll jams like “Everything”, “Because I’m Awesome” and “Brand New Key” to touching and unexpected covers like “Earth Angel” by The …
 
One look at her social media platforms and you’ll see that Kaly Clauss is as much of a plantsman as she is a musician. Her music has a folksy blunt with a kiss of southern spirit and her lyrics are a magic carpet ride back to a time when life seemed simpler. It’s all sewn together with sturdy roots and a touch of post-modernism. She loves home, tim…
 
Justin Walters and Emelle Elizabeth have been active in the Mid-Atlantic rock music scene for over a decade. It wasn’t until they joined forces in the late 2010’s that they’d find an undeniable vibration with Eternal Frequency. With Justin crunchin’ and stompin’ rhythms with his Epiphone, laying the foundation for their mammoth sonic assault, and E…
 
If you’re in the Baltimore music scene, you’ve probably seen the epic artwork or heard the aggressive music of Kyle Rigsby’s Old Foes project. He began recording as early as 2021 and hasn’t let up. He’s currently about to release his 9th single and, with any luck, a full-length album is also on the horizon. He’s a solo artist with a pension for div…
 
Earlier this week, I reached out to a few of Brian Rumbley’s close friends and peer musicians to put together a special episode, in light of Brian’s recent medical emergency. I would like to preface this by saying, ‘Brian is alive and well,’ but he could use all of our support in navigating through this difficult and uncertain time. The first guy t…
 
Kelly Bell has been rockin’ the Mid-Atlantic for decades. His unique blend of rock, blues and funk has influenced the entire Baltimore music scene for a lot of years and by the looks of it, he’s nowhere near finished. Still on the heels of his latest release ‘Know My Name’ he can be found crisscrossing the region celebrating life, light and funk. W…
 
You may know Scott Lester from all of his years in the Baltimore music scene, performing solo or with his bands Falltown and Letterbox, but he’s also been working behind the scenes with some of your favorite radio stations making sure you’re laughing to and from your way to work. He’s a man who’s always got his pulse on what’s happening in the worl…
 
Carolyn Powers and Sean Cooke have been performing at a high velocity in their cover group Cover Art since at least 2017. Whether it’s casinos, street performances, sunset decks or the local bar circuit, they come ready to get their hand dirty and leave with sore fingers and throats. They put all of their passion into their music are here today to …
 
If you think you don’t know who Matt Boyitz is, you’re 100% wrong! Matt has been performing with bands in the Mid-Atlantic area for over two decades; bands like Seven Days Torn, Rosabella, Tim Lockemy and most recently Rise Among Rivals to name a few. Even if you didn’t know him by name, you’d probably recognize him on or off stage wearing his trad…
 
You may have heard Caprichos Books mentioned on this show, as they’ve been a loyal sponsor of The MOG since its inception, but Liz Decker isn’t just a bookstore owner; she’s a savvy, hardworking and strategic business woman, a mother, photographer and supporter of all things local. She recently moved to the shore, but she’s in town and invited hers…
 
Tony Baltimore, known in Baltimore as Tony Durante, is a singer-songwriter musician who currently resides in Key West, Florida. Though he’s in the Land of Sunshine and pleasant living, he’s anything but a #Parrothead. Sure, he’ll strum your favorite songs upon request, but his current focus is his new album dropping on June 17th through Conch Town …
 
Brian Bourne has been a longtime supporter of local original music. In the early 2000’s, he and his partner Gerry Muccioli built the very successful Bel Air Bash at St. Margaret’s Church and from there he went on to form the well-known and loved local cover act, Under the Covers. He’s been circling the Mid-Atlantic for the past decade or two and ha…
 
Jimi Haha, otherwise known as Jimi Davies and occasionally as James Laughter is an Annapolis-based musician and the founder and creative director for Up.St.ART Magazine; he’s an artist, a father and, for lack of a better word, a legend in the Mid-Atlantic region. He’s released countless albums, mainly under the bands Jimmie’s Chicken Shack, Jarflys…
 
John Amoriello has been on the Mouthful of Graffiti podcast twice, but we wanted to have him back to promote his new Old Man Jones album and show at Zen West on April 15th. The album, ‘Crashing Down’ is chock-full of ‘Blockbuster’ rock n’ roll anthems and has enough classic rock riffage to make The Spaceman blush. It may be a nod to the past but it…
 
On this episode, Derrick Credito of The Bohemian Years filled in as a special MOG host and interviewed Brad W. Cox and Gary J. Holmes of Skitzo Calypso; covering 25 years of musical growth and brotherhood. We discussed our favorite shows, our gig at Zen West on April 15th with Danah Denice, Prison Wife and Old Man Jones, Taylor Hawkin's death and i…
 
Reb Records have been spinnin’ the black circle since the summer of 2019. They got their start in one of the small business incubator locations behind the Bel Air Armory in Downtown Bel Air and have made a slow but steady ascent in the years that followed. From barely having any walk-up traffic to having lines wrapped around Main Street, Bel Air, t…
 
Jayne Elizabeth McCullough, otherwise known in the tattoo community as Jayne Jazebelle, and owner of Jayne Jezebelle Tattoos, was a student at the Maryland Institute College of Art and most recently has taken her illustrations to the musical front with her duo-group, Isilme’. She’s a talented artist and is as true to herself as she is to her muse –…
 
Brian Scott Shealey has been kickin’ ass in the Baltimore alternative rock music scene for a lot of years and his resume reads like that of session musician – from Bloomr to The Country Devils, to Red Valley Nursery, to Orange Horse, it's clear that Brian has been honing his craft for a long time. When he doesn’t have a guitar in his hand, he’s can…
 
On this show, I sat down with Indies United Publishing House author, Tim Baldwin. By day he teaches creative writing, film and theater at the high school level, but by night he’s a cigar chompin’, whisky stirrin’ writer with a lot of books under his belt. We first met through our sponsor, Liz Decker at Caprichos Books and recently reunited at Harry…
 
Heather Carson is a prolific dystopian author, the founder of the online group, Dystopian Ink and a mother. I first met Heather at one of Caprichos Book's ‘Drinking With Authors’ events over scotch and high octane beers. It was clear from the jump that being an author wasn’t just her side hustle, it’s who Heather Carson and was meant to be. She cur…
 
The Dodies are a rock n’ roll duo from the southern Israeli Desert. I was introduced to the group via Mr. Ron “Bumblefoot” Thal, Chinese Democracy-era guitarist for Guns n’ Roses and axe slinger for Art of Anarchy and Sons of Apollo and I’ve been hooked on their music ever since. The Dodies music is organic and honest and its heart harkens back to …
 
Russ May may questions if he's 'Interesting' - says the Italian who plays in an Irish rock group, rocks kilts, surfs tabletops and isn’t afraid to bring Metallica deep cuts to your local open mic night. Russ May has been working hard on providing a platform to up-and-coming artists, but also brings a unique brand of rock n’ roll entertainment to Ha…
 
Brett Buehler is a podcaster, musician and hockey enthusiast. We recently had the idea to have each other onto the other’s podcast. I joined his Part-Time Rockstar Podcast back in January and now he’s here. He’s a gifted guitarist and songwriter for the band The Hollow Truths, but you’d never know it because he's soft-spoken and a genuinely modest …
 
Josh Matthew is a prolific and unique creative powerhouse who is best known for his time with Baltimore’s own Megosh, but more recently, his genre-defying group, Pink Elefants [with Finch Flores]. He’s a master lyricist, a truly gifted vocalist and a visual artist for the modern age. I’ve been following Josh’s work for a lot of years and I’m absolu…
 
Melanie Hemling and her Mandatory Leisure Group is an entire vibe onto its own. Her rhythmic acoustic passages and smooth voice live somewhere between the annual Hot August festival and an afterhours speakeasy jazz club, hidden behind the walls of a New York City Italian Restaurant. I’ve only seen Melanie perform once, but I was instantly impressed…
 
They may be young at heart, but don’t let that fool you, they’ve already circled the Mid-Atlantic block a couple of times and have even thrown their own Hotbent music festival in the short time they’ve been playing together. The groups music could be considered pop punk or emo, but in the way that a new group might sound if they helped ignite the g…
 
On this show, I sat down with the Baltimore based folk-pop duo, Wild Whispers. This collaboration of singer/songwriter music is chock-full of rich harmonies, sure to warm your winter blues with a little downhome #Fire. The group has made a lot of noise since their inception in 2019 and they have a lot in-store for the future. Catch them next time t…
 
Coal has been around since the Dal Dawn of time and they’ve dug in to turn a few of their deep cuts into diamonds. If you didn’t like those Dad jokes, well, settle-in because Dal and I are both old enough to be your father. Mr. Dawn isn’t shy about sharing his opinions or his art, so I’m excited to learn more about his views, lyrics as well as the …
 
Anthony Hurley is a versed singer/songwriter/musician out of Baltimore, Maryland. I’ve had the opportunity to watch his story unfold and I can assure you, it took a hell of a lot more than '7 Days'. We have a lot to unpack because what makes for a good song is a good story and Anthony has one. From 7 Days Torn to Rosabella to branching out on his o…
 
On this show we welcomed back one of our first guests to talk about a few of his passion projects, how they’re developing and his plans for the future. Dan Houtz isn’t just a musician, in a lot of ways he’s entrepreneur and a champion for local artists. I’ve been ‘Tracking’ his growth over the years and just when you think you’ve got him all figure…
 
On this show, I sat down with the dreamlike-vocalist of Blind Rhetoric and Vestacension, Mr. Brian Wade. Currently residing in Astoria, Brian Wade has been circling the Mid-Atlantic for the better half of 20 years, writing and releasing his signature brand of beautiful alternative rock poetry. When those bands aren't keepin' him busy, he's also the…
 
On this show, I sat down with the other half of Thrillkiller; the time travelin’ renegade, Rex Razor, better known to the Baltimore Music Scene as Rob Bradley. Over the summer I had the pleasure of sitting down with his guitarist Sebastian Ochoa, but today I’m excited to be talking with the visionary himself; the future-past rebel known to many as …
 
On this show I down with a man about town, Mr. Jamie Bishop. Jamie isn’t just a musical professional, he also has a very D-I-Y work ethic and has started multiple successful businesses – just in the time I’ve known him. He’s been successful in all of his pursuits and has earned himself a reputation for being a dependable and contributing member of …
 
Bryan Dunaway has been a mainstay in the Baltimore punk rock music scene for a lot of years. His often manic, upbeat acoustic approach is as fun as it is unique. He doesn't shy away at an opportunity and isn't afraid to let it all hang out there. He's the genuine article and stopped by to talk about where he's been, where it's going and what punk r…
 
On this very special Christmas edition of the Mouthful of Graffiti Podcast, I sat down with singer/songwriter and entrepreneur, Ms. Shelby Blondell. Shelby has had her share of ups and down, but through it all, she’s become stronger and more successful for it. She’s here today on a mission of "HOPE" and to remind us all of how truly special we are.…
 
Today, on this holiday edition of the Mouthful of Graffiti podcast, I'm joined by a man who left a lot of presents under our tree, before mysteriously disappearing into the ether. Ancient Christmas theorists believe he returned to the North Pole. Say it how you’d like, it’s all Smantx, but I know a lot of people are excited for the return of this n…
 
On this show, I sat down with Charm City Ghostbuster, novelist and event planner for the annual Fright Reads Book Festival, Harry Carpenter. A lot of books have earned Harry Carpenters name and he’s just getting started. I recently attended the Fright Reads Book Festival in Severna Park and I can tell you, it's an event you won't want to miss next …
 
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