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November 13, 2012
Even as a child, Victoria Vox knew music was her plan. "I decided that I was going to be a singer when I was 6," the 34-year-old Baltimore resident said. "I loved the way music moved me. " The Green Bay, Wisc., native - and ukulele fan - has toured in 45 states and in France, England, Italy and Australia. This year, she challenged herself to write one original song per week. In week 46, she is still sticking to her commitment. Vox also regularly performs at the Creative Alliance , where she'll be a part of the Streets of Baltimore show, showcasing old and new songs about our city.
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July 19, 2013
Vacation Bible School Rolling Hills Baptist Church offers Vacation Bible School classes for children in grades one through six at 6 p.m. Monday through Friday, July 22-26, at 11510 Johns Hopkins Road in Clarksville. Information: 301-490-4777. Community band The Maryland All State Community Band, conducted by Harlan Parker of the Peabody Conservatory, performs its inaugural concert at 2 p.m. Sunday, July 21, at River Hill High School, 12101 Route 108 in Clarksville. Free. Information: 301-793-0209.
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By Wesley Case, The Baltimore Sun | April 2, 2013
Seated at a downtown coffee shop last week, Victoria Vox quickly noticed the table was wobbly and uneven. Rather than ignore the minor nuisance, the 34-year-old singer-songwriter took the newspaper she walked in with, folded up a few pages and stuck it under the table's leg. She punctuated the correction with a shrug. "I fix things," Vox said nonchalantly. Born Victoria Davitt, Vox's do-it-herself mentality has served her well since May 2003, when she quit her managerial job at New York & Company in the mall of her hometown, Green Bay, Wis. Since then, music has been her only career.
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By Wesley Case, The Baltimore Sun | April 2, 2013
Seated at a downtown coffee shop last week, Victoria Vox quickly noticed the table was wobbly and uneven. Rather than ignore the minor nuisance, the 34-year-old singer-songwriter took the newspaper she walked in with, folded up a few pages and stuck it under the table's leg. She punctuated the correction with a shrug. "I fix things," Vox said nonchalantly. Born Victoria Davitt, Vox's do-it-herself mentality has served her well since May 2003, when she quit her managerial job at New York & Company in the mall of her hometown, Green Bay, Wis. Since then, music has been her only career.
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By Wesley Case | December 9, 2011
In need of getting into the holiday spirit? Baltimore singer-songwriters Victoria Vox and ellen cherry will play the Creative Alliance on Friday on a bill dubbed the "Not All Holiday Holiday Show!" The title may read more confusingly than it actually is: Vox and cherry will perform renditions of traditional holiday songs while also working in original material. It's not entirely clear whether the two will do separate sets, collaborate on stage or both, but the Creative Alliance's website alludes to special guests joining the fun, so things will get interesting either way. Last week, there were too many shows to squeeze in, and now, seven days later, the weekend's options are much more niche/nostalgia-based.
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By SAM SESSA | September 14, 2006
Hometown -- Baltimore Current members --Victoria Vox, guitar, bass, ukulele, vocals Founded in --1999 Style --pop rock acoustic Influenced by --The Cranberries, Madonna, Cyndi Lauper, Patti Griffin, Sting, Peter Gabriel Notable --On Jumping Flea, Vox only played ukulele. She sent her recordings to producers in Los Angeles, who added vibraphone, melodica and cello. Quotable --"It was interesting stepping back from the project and not really controlling too much the direction it was going in, " Vox said.
NEWS
July 19, 2013
Vacation Bible School Rolling Hills Baptist Church offers Vacation Bible School classes for children in grades one through six at 6 p.m. Monday through Friday, July 22-26, at 11510 Johns Hopkins Road in Clarksville. Information: 301-490-4777. Community band The Maryland All State Community Band, conducted by Harlan Parker of the Peabody Conservatory, performs its inaugural concert at 2 p.m. Sunday, July 21, at River Hill High School, 12101 Route 108 in Clarksville. Free. Information: 301-793-0209.
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July 9, 2009
THURSDAY 'DR. STRANGELOVE:' Stanley Kubrick's 1964 Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb screens at this week's Flicks from the Hill at 9 p.m. at American Visionary Art Museum, 800 Key Highway. Peter Sellers stars in this political satire as Group Captain Lionel Mandrake, President Merkin Muffley and Dr. Strangelove. Attendees may also tour the museum for free from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. The event is free. Call 410-244-1900 go to avam.org. STAIND: The Massachusetts-based rock band fronted by Aaron Lewis has gone from covering '90s grunge bands to recording six studio albums that included such singles as "It's Been Awhile."
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By Wesley Case, The Baltimore Sun | January 23, 2012
Quick - let's get a post up to forget about that loss from the weekend. As plenty of Baltimoreans pick up their hearts from the ground, we turn to the city's live music scene to get us to the Ravens' next training camp. Taking it a week at a time, here's what you have to look forward to in this final full-week of January. On Monday, Aimee Mann has a sold out show at Rams Head on Stage in Annapolis. If you didn't get tickets, check out the Baby Grand at Ottobar. Tickets are $10 . On Tuesday, Widespread Panic starts its two-day stint at Fillmore Silver Spring.
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By Erik Maza and The Baltimore Sun | September 21, 2011
There will be lots of readings and panels and many jokes about "How Stella Got Her Groove Back" at this year's Baltimore Book Festival , which kicks off Friday. But there are also a bunch of events for music lovers. On Saturday, at 3:30 p.m.,  Jared Ball, a professor at Morgan State, will present a live edition of his "Freemix Radio: The Original Mixtape Radio Show" to promote his book, " I Mix What I Like: A Mixtape Manifesto," which was released this summer.
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November 13, 2012
Even as a child, Victoria Vox knew music was her plan. "I decided that I was going to be a singer when I was 6," the 34-year-old Baltimore resident said. "I loved the way music moved me. " The Green Bay, Wisc., native - and ukulele fan - has toured in 45 states and in France, England, Italy and Australia. This year, she challenged herself to write one original song per week. In week 46, she is still sticking to her commitment. Vox also regularly performs at the Creative Alliance , where she'll be a part of the Streets of Baltimore show, showcasing old and new songs about our city.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Wesley Case | December 9, 2011
In need of getting into the holiday spirit? Baltimore singer-songwriters Victoria Vox and ellen cherry will play the Creative Alliance on Friday on a bill dubbed the "Not All Holiday Holiday Show!" The title may read more confusingly than it actually is: Vox and cherry will perform renditions of traditional holiday songs while also working in original material. It's not entirely clear whether the two will do separate sets, collaborate on stage or both, but the Creative Alliance's website alludes to special guests joining the fun, so things will get interesting either way. Last week, there were too many shows to squeeze in, and now, seven days later, the weekend's options are much more niche/nostalgia-based.
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By SAM SESSA | September 14, 2006
Hometown -- Baltimore Current members --Victoria Vox, guitar, bass, ukulele, vocals Founded in --1999 Style --pop rock acoustic Influenced by --The Cranberries, Madonna, Cyndi Lauper, Patti Griffin, Sting, Peter Gabriel Notable --On Jumping Flea, Vox only played ukulele. She sent her recordings to producers in Los Angeles, who added vibraphone, melodica and cello. Quotable --"It was interesting stepping back from the project and not really controlling too much the direction it was going in, " Vox said.
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