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A What's Up? Weekend 10/06/16

An interview with Chase Bryant and Maddie & Tae, who will be performing at WPOC Weekend in the Country at Merriweather Post Pavilion AND the weekend rundown of events

Climbing the Country Charts One Song at a Time: Exclusive Interview with Country Duo Maddie & Tae

At 15-years-old Maddie Marlow and Taylor Dye were just two ordinary teenagers looking to make it big, little did they know that they’d be doing it together.

On the Road with The Bacon Brothers

An exclusive interview with The Bacon Brothers, who will be performing at Rams Head On Stage on September 24th and 25th.

The Greatest Fan of your Life: Edwin McCain Could Not Ask For More.

When you hear the song, “I’ll Be,” nine times out of 10 the same name comes to mind, Edwin McCain. Catch Edwin on Wednesday, September 14th, at Rams Head On Stage in Annapolis.

A What’s Up? Media Exclusive Interview with Founding Guitarist Chris Henderson of 3 Doors Down

Popularly known for “Kryptonite,” “Here Without You,” “When I’m Gone,” and so many more, 3 Doors Down recently released their sixth full-length album, Us and the Night.

Fifteen Minutes with Monty Alexander

Considered one of the top five jazz pianists ever, Monty Alexander returns to Easton once again for the Monty Alexander Jazz Festival, held over Labor Day weekend.

Queens, NY-based Rock n' Roll band comes to town – What’s Up? Exclusive interview with Mike Montali of Hollis Brown

What’s Up? Media had the opportunity to speak with Mike Montali, the lead singer of Hollis Brown. Take a look at what he had to say!

The Werk Out 2016 Review: A Bubble in a Valley

This year’s The Werk Out Music and Arts Festival books large draws and a diverse lineup, while still offering a reasonable price tag and allowing fans to bring their own beer.

The Inspiration Behind the Music: An interview with musician, Jesse Ruben

Take a look into what music artist, Jesse Ruben, had to say about his incredible journey.

Ohio’s Werk Out Music and Arts Festival a draw for East Coast, Midwest This Weekend

Attendees can expect reasonable sightlines for viewing music, closer camping space, and have permission to bring their own beer.