Local Talent take the stage at the Recher Theater in Baltimore
Friday June 15th is for Local Music Spotlight at the Recher Theater
Friday June 15 is “Local Music Spotlight” at the Recher Theater. Come out and see four of the best local groups take the stage. The night will be filled with riffs of: Second Question,
Recher Theater has Family History
In 1959, The Recher family purchased The Towson Theatre and operated as a single screen Movie Theatre until it’s closing in 1992. It was re-opened in 1996 by The Recher Brothers (Brian, Steve, and Scott) as Rec-Room Billiards. With its incredible acoustics and tapered design, it wasn’t long before the inevitable was observed ; a natural for live music. In it’s short time as a concert venue, The Rec-Room (a”Billiards Room” at the time) developed a reputation as not only the best sounding room in Baltimore but a venue that many artists say has a great vibe. In 1998, The Rec-Room hosted many diverse national and regional favorites such as String Cheese Incident, Vertical Horizon, Moe, Crack The Sky, God Lives Underwater, Everything, Pat McGee Band, Jimmie’s Chicken Shack, Agents of Good Roots, Laughing Colors, God Street Wine, Gibb Droll Band, Emmet Swimming, From Good Homes, Kelly Bell Band, All Mighty Senators, Fighting Gravity, Jah Works, Lake Trout and others.