Music and Performance

Sun Oct 21

Experience ellen cherry’s rained out Artscape set of new material. Eze Jackson and June Star each have a short opening set followed by exception new tunes from ellen. Umbrellas not required!

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Fri Oct 26

Celebrate Halloween locked away in the Burlesque-A-Pades Asylum, where no one knows the horrors that lie behind closed doors.

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Sat Oct 27

SATURDAY OCTOBER 27
3:30pm Festival | 6:30pm Line-up | 7pm Parade | FREE!
Patterson Park at Eastern & Linwood Aves., Baltimore MD

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Sat Oct 27

Come out for another year of Creative Alliance’s post Lantern parade wild costumed dance party!

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Wed Oct 31

This is a limited seating, standing room show. If you have accessibility concerns and need seats held for you, please contact the box office directly at info@creativealliance.org or 410-276-1651 so we can make accommodations.

Texas singer/songwriter known for his hard-edged character sketches, James McMurtry, makes his Creative Alliance debut with a full band for a Halloween night blowout!

 The New York Times Magazine’s cover story “25 Songs That Tell Us Where Music Is Going” (Sunday, March 12) prominently features a four-page spread focusing on James McMurtry’s “Copper Canteen,” from his 2015 release Complicated Game. The author points directly to the song’s frequently quoted opening line as a representative passage in McMurtry’s work: “Honey, don’t you be yelling at me while I’m cleaning my gun.”

“Though that line about the gun got a big laugh when McMurtry played it in Dallas,” Ruth Graham writes, “I still don’t know whether to hear it as a joke or a threat, and McMurtry has never been one to offer the easy comfort of a straight answer.”

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