Kati Mayers

Kati is a student at AACC with a passion for all things music!

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MUSIC REVIEW: New Found Glory takes over Baltimore

MUSIC REVIEW: New Found Glory takes over Baltimore

| April 8, 2017

On March 22nd, New Found Glory took over the Baltimore Soundstage and rocked out to a very excited audience. The sold out show brought hundreds of pop-punk fans together to celebrate New Found Glory’s 20 years of pop-punk. We first started the night with an incredible U.K. band called Trash Boat. Admittedly, when I first […]

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Baltimore Soundstage: State Champs, Moose Blood, and Simple Plan

Baltimore Soundstage: State Champs, Moose Blood, and Simple Plan

| March 10, 2017

As if you needed a reason to head to Baltimore and Baltimore Soundstage to hear great live music….here are five more solid reasons beginning on Monday! Moose Blood 3/13 English heartthrobs Moose Blood are coming to the Baltimore Soundstage on March 13th. You can grab your tickets here, but hurry! They’re bound to sell out. […]

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Ballyhoo! to play Metropolitan Kitchen & Lounge in Annapolis

Ballyhoo! to play Metropolitan Kitchen & Lounge in Annapolis

| April 17, 2016 | 0 Comments

Pop-Reggae band Ballyhoo! will be jiving at the Metropolitan in Annapolis on May 20th. If you dig happy vibes and good times, this is the show for you! Ballyhoo! is from right here in Baltimore. They’re known for their fast and fun music that will have you dance the night away. Tickets are available here. […]

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Hour 24 to play Jammin’ Java on Monday

Hour 24 to play Jammin’ Java on Monday

| April 14, 2016 | 0 Comments

Michigan band Hour 24 will be stopping into the Jammin’ Java on Monday, April 18th to play an energetic show with Daring For Glory, Soldiers of Suburbia, A Note Two Self, and Rhestored. Hour 24 is on the track to becoming a household name, and they sure are putting in the work to make their […]

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Man Overboard will be playing Ottobar on April 16th

Man Overboard will be playing Ottobar on April 16th

| April 12, 2016 | 0 Comments

Pop punk gurus Man Overboard will be taking over The Ottobar in Baltimore on April 16th. Their tour, the Farewell For Now Tour, is making 8 stops around the U.S. If you’re a Man Overboard fan, don’t fret! The band said that the name of the tour is no indication of the status of the […]

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Alvarez Kings brings down the house at the 9:30 Club

Alvarez Kings brings down the house at the 9:30 Club

| April 9, 2016 | 0 Comments

On Monday, March 28th, Alvarez Kings swept a sold out show at 9:30 Club off their feet. The band, hailing from England, opened for Melanie Martinez on her Cry Baby Tour. Their indie feel paired with their mesmerizing lyrics made for an awesome concert. Alvarez Kings were electric, obviously enjoying their set. They even performed […]

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On tour with Hour 24–24 things I learned

On tour with Hour 24–24 things I learned

| September 25, 2015 | 1 Comment

[do action=”fringe”/] 24 Things I Learned From Hour 24 Recently, I was given the unique opportunity to see the U.S. by selling merchandise for an incredible rock band called Hour 24. They brought along alternative band Racing on the Sun for the Suit Up Tour. For 52 days, I left behind everything I knew to […]

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Bayside to tear roof off Baltimore Soundstage

Bayside to tear roof off Baltimore Soundstage

| March 24, 2015 | 0 Comments

Good news! One of the best true punk rock lineups has come true! Bayside is playing with Senses Fail, Man Overboard, and Seaway. These guys bring kick-ass music that’s definitely dance-worthy. They’ve had hits like Devotion and Desire, Blame It On Bad Luck, and Duality. This show will definitely be one for the history books […]

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Echosmith celebrates double platinum status at 930 Club

Echosmith celebrates double platinum status at 930 Club

| February 28, 2015 | 1 Comment

Echosmith is on the radar and will surely be America’s newest sweethearts. Keep your eyes peeled for them on late night television as they will be performing on Late Night With Seth Meyers on Monday, March 2nd.  This past Thursday, they sold out the 930 Club in DC and absolutely enchanted the crowd. The show […]

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An interview with Noah Sierota from Echosmith

An interview with Noah Sierota from Echosmith

| February 24, 2015 | 1 Comment

LA-based alt-pop band Echosmith ( 4 siblings) had a breakout 2014, with the success of their debut album Talking Dreams and hit single “Cool Kids” propelling them into the spotlight. Both MTV and VH1 have taken notice and named the band an MTV “Artist to Watch” and VH1 “You Oughta Know” Artist for the year, while […]

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Attilla takes the stage at Soundstage tomorrow

Attilla takes the stage at Soundstage tomorrow

| December 10, 2014 | 0 Comments

Ladies and gents, it’s that time of the year again! Attila is back in town on December 11th   and will be playing at the Baltimore Soundstage for the Monster Energy Outbreak Tour. Attila will be playing with Crown the Empire, Like Moths to Flames, and Sworn In. Attila recently released their newest album, Guilty Pleasure, […]

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A sweet success at Sweetlife Festival

A sweet success at Sweetlife Festival

| May 12, 2014 | 0 Comments

Sweetlife proves there’s more to festivals than just music! This festival started out about the music for me….but it ended up being very different! May 10th started off rather sunny, with excitement and energy in the air. The music lineup was excellent, Bastille, Capital Cities, Fitz and the Tantrums. But as the clock struck twelve […]

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Audiostrobelight–Family, Friends, And One Hot Band

Audiostrobelight–Family, Friends, And One Hot Band

| February 25, 2014 | 0 Comments

I remember the first time I saw Audiostrobelight walk into a venue. I had no idea who they were, what their potential as a band was, or even what genre they played. They were all hugs and smiles, making a point to talk to every single person in the venue. Typical band things. But imagine […]

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SKATERS Playing Rock N Roll Hotel In DC

SKATERS Playing Rock N Roll Hotel In DC

| February 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

A newer band has been making headway. Started in 2012, SKATERS has already signed to Warner Bros. Records, and is currently touring across the US. They’ve played SXSW, released four music videos, and toured with bands like Portugal, The Man. New York City quartet SKATERS‘ music, ethos, and attitude are remarkably entrenched in the late […]

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The Neighbourhood Coming To Rams Head Live

The Neighbourhood Coming To Rams Head Live

| February 20, 2014 | 0 Comments

Not much is known about The Neighbourhood. Even though two of their songs are radio hits, Afraid and Sweater Weather, they keep their faces hidden in their videos, adding to the mystery that surrounds this California band. The Neighbourhood offers no backstory, nothing about the band’s foundation, no faces to match to the band’s name. […]

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4 Advance To Jammin Java’s Battle Of The Bands Final On February 28th

4 Advance To Jammin Java’s Battle Of The Bands Final On February 28th

| February 5, 2014 | 0 Comments

After four long nights of competition at Jammin’ Java, four bands won their rightful spots to battle in Jammin’ Java’s 10th annual Band Battle on February 28th. You can buy your tickets here. The Christian Lopez Band & Joe Taxi With boundless energy, beautiful vocals, and crazy riffs, it was no surprise that they won. […]

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Jammin’ Java’s 10th Annual Battle Of The Bands

Jammin’ Java’s 10th Annual Battle Of The Bands

| January 4, 2014 | 0 Comments

There’s no better way to kick off 2014 than at a quaint coffee shop listening to 24 local bands compete to win $2500 cash, a headlining show, and many more goodies. January 6th marks the first night of Jammin’ Java’s tenth annual Battle of the Bands. Each night, one band will be chosen to compete […]

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The Return Of Ballyhoo

The Return Of Ballyhoo

| October 14, 2013 | 0 Comments

Ballyhoo! is back! This Baltimore band is back to co-headline the Brewhaha at the Baltimore Soundstage on October 25th. Their unique sound is a mix of reggae, punk, and alternative. It’s easygoing, happy music with great lyrics and a fun, dancing beat. They are about to release their second single, No Good, to the radio, […]

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5 Party Tips Learned From The Virgin Mobile FreeFest

5 Party Tips Learned From The Virgin Mobile FreeFest

| October 4, 2013 | 0 Comments

Even the random downpours couldn’t dampen the spirits at Virgin Mobile’s FreeFest. Lady Buggies (or better known as drug bugs) drove around the soggy festival, bringing dubstep, flash dancing, and girls screaming “flower power!” If the crazy kids weren’t entertaining enough, watching chains of drunk people slide down the muddy amphitheater hill was definitely fun […]

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Blood On The Dance Floor

Blood On The Dance Floor

| October 1, 2013 | 0 Comments

Imagine standing outside on a nice, sunny day in Baltimore at the Baltimore Soundstage. Teens swarm around you in an assortment of hair color- every color of the rainbow, eye color- white was my favorite, everybody laughing and carrying on. Doors open. And you are transported into a world you never knew existed. The first […]

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Mid-Atlantic Battle Of The Bands — August 23rd

Mid-Atlantic Battle Of The Bands — August 23rd

| August 15, 2013 | 0 Comments

Jammin Java gives the local music scene a chance to show off their incredible talent at the ninth annual Mid-Atlantic Battle of the Bands on Friday, August 23rd at 7:30 pm. The five bands that made it through the semi-finals were Holly Would…, Cyrenic, Tattooed Beach Sluts, Sub-Radio Standard, and Simone and the Spectrum. Tickets […]

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A Warped Tour Recap

A Warped Tour Recap

| July 24, 2013 | 0 Comments

Wednesday, July 10th was truly the best day ever. I say that a lot, but this definitely ranked up there for a music lover like me! Warped Tour set up at Merriweather Post Pavilion, featuring over 90 bands on 9 stages. They have every genre, from rap to ska to post-hardcore, and even pop-punk! A […]

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