Globe iconLogin iconRecap iconSearch iconTickets icon

Birdland Summer Music Series

As we anticipate the return of baseball, the Orioles and MLB have announced a modified 2020 60-game Baltimore Orioles schedule. Please continue to check this page for updates and additional information as it becomes available. The health and safety of players and staff remains our top priority, and we are working closely with local elected leaders and public health officials to facilitate a safe return to play. As a result, the Orioles will not immediately play in front of spectators to begin the 2020 campaign. Policy updates regarding attendance will be communicated to fans if and when they become available.


2019 Birdland Summer Music Series Recap

Watch: Summer Music Recap

Gallery: Women of Country Music

Watch: Women of Country Music

Gallery: Saturday Roof Deck Sessions

2019 Friday Fireworks & Women of Country Music Performers

Taking place after Friday home games from June 14 through August 23, the Friday Fireworks & Women of Country Music Series featured an emerging female country artist performing a set on the field by home plate following the game and before the fireworks began. Each date, the artists signed autographs and met fans at the National Woman's Party's Standing Together exhibit, and select artist and Orioles items were auctioned off to benefit the National Woman's Party and Change the Conversation, as well as other groups helping to advance women's and girls' empowerment causes.

In Partnership With

Sam Hatmaker

Sam Hatmaker-bal-2019-image

While growing up in East Tennessee, Hatmaker performed in shows at Dollywood and developed her own unique styled rooted in country and rock. Her performance will help promote her debut album, which is being released later this year.



Alabama native, Tiera, has been singing ever since she was a little girl. She made the move to Nashville about a year ago and has been furthering her career as a country music singer/songwriter. Tiera appeared on USA Network's music competition, Real Country. She was invited to the show by Shania Twain, who said that when she first heard Tiera "it was like an angel was singing" and even went on to say that she "would bet her name and career on Tiera making it all the way." Tiera was voted the winner of her episode on Real Country by the audience and guest judge Kane Brown, securing a spot to perform at Stagecoach.

Clare Dunn


Dunn has become an emerging force in country music since writing, arranging, and producing her five-track debut release Clare Dunn in 2015. She has dedicated her career to mastering her craft in the music industry, studying in Belmont University's music program and touring/learning from many musical heroes including Keith Urban, Miranda Lambert, Luke Bryan, and legend Bob Seger.

Kylie Frey


Handpicked by country music icon Shania Twain, Frey competed in USA Network's _Real Country, _earning a spot in the show's finale in 2018. Since then, she's climbed the Texas Regional Radio charts with two number one singles "Rodeo Man" and "Too Bad".

Carter Faith


Carter Faith is an up-and-coming singer/songwriter from Davidson, NC. She is currently attending Belmont University as part of their renowned songwriting program. As a freshman, Carter Faith was selected to partake in some of the most prestigious emerging artist showcases in Nashville, including the ASCAP Belmont Songwriters Showcase and Song Suffragettes. In March, Carter Faith opened for Cole Swindell at the Orioles' "Artists and Athletes Play for Kids" charity weekend in Sarasota, FL. She is currently in the studio recording original music set to be out by the end of the year.

Ruthie Collins


Another member of CMT's Next Women of Country, Collins has gained critical acclaim from Rolling Stone, The Los Angeles Times, and more since releasing her first full-length album "Get Drunk and Cry" in 2018. As a promising vocalist and multi-instrumentalist looking for more experience, she attended Berklee College of Music in Boston before pursuing a career as a singer/songwriter in Nashville.

Natalie Stovall


A Tennessee native, Strovall is a powerhouse vocalist and multi-instrumentalist that has been featured in People Magazine, Rolling Stone Magazine, and Billboard Magazine. A fiddle phenom, she has performed everywhere from the Grand Old Opry, White House, and Oprah Winfrey Show. She competed in season 13 of NBC's The Voice, and is one of CMT's Next Women of Country.

2019 Saturday Roof Deck Sessions Performers

Showcasing local and national talent, Saturday Roof Deck Sessions were held on the Budweiser Roof Deck in center field prior to Saturday home games June 15 through August 24.

Matt Warren


Matt Warren made his professional songwriter debut in 2012, signing with Grammy-winner and Rock-n-Roll Hall of Fame Inductee Rick Hall's FAME Publishing. His first cut was "Puttin' Memories Away," co-written with Gary Allan. Since, he has co-written over 15 songs in Allan's catalogue including the ASCAP award-winning #1 smash hit and all-time biggest selling Gary Allan single ever, "Every Storm (Runs Out of Rain)." The song was also nominated for the 2014 ACM Song of the Year Award. Warren has had a song recorded by Americana music icon Jim Lauderdale, and Robert Randolph and the Family Band's 2017 hit single "Love Let It Do What It Do."It was the lead single for Randolph's 2018 Grammy "Blues Record of the Year" nominated Got Soul album. Over the decades, Warren has securely established himself firmly into the music scene as an extremely energetic and talented artist, and a successful, well respected, award-winning hit songwriter.

Kevin MaC


A Virginia native, Kevin MaC has pulled inspiration from a melting pot of musical influences to become one of the most unique emerging country artists. He has shared the floodlights with some of today's biggest stars, including Kenny Chesney, Trace Adkins, LOCASH, Kip Moore and The Band Perry, while continuing to write songs with legendary Nashville hit makers Keith Stegall and Buddy Cannon, and Grammy award-winning songwriters Wyatt Durrette and Levi Lowery among others.

Dimitrius Graham


Baltimore-native Dimitrius Graham started singing at church and made his recording debut in 2006 as a featured soloist on the Reunion Choir of Baltimore's "God is Awesome" album. As a teenager, he was a regular amateur performer at the famed Apollo Theatre in New York. Graham graduated from Morgan State University where he sang in the choir and toured with them around the world. This season, the singer made national waves on American Idol reaching the Top 9. He is currently in studios recording new music.

Faren Rachels


Hailing from the very small town of Sparta, Georgia (with a graduating class of only 12 people), Faren Rachels has undeniably country roots. Whether it's owning and driving her own drag racing car by the age of twelve or putting her own band together while attending college at the University of Georgia, Rachels has shown that she has what it takes from a very early age. This drive led her to Nashville in 2012, and she has had no regrets. The singer/songwriter penned four of the five tracks on her new EP, which includes her first two singles "Free Drinks" and "If It Ain't Fixed." As she releases her long-awaited self titled EP, the spitfire performer will get to shine on stage this fall as she opens for one of country music's hottest newcomers, Luke Combs, on his "Don't Tempt Me With A Good Time" tour.

Reverie Lane


When North met South in 2014, singer/songwriters Spencer Bartoletti and Presley Tucker became the creative core of country band Reverie Lane. Like some of the greatest country stories, their's began on a barstool at one of Nashville's famous Broadway honky-tonks. After bonding over a love of classic country music and storytelling, Spencer and Presley started writing songs together. Writing together became singing together and singing together led to the formation of Reverie Lane.

Jeremiah Lloyd Harmon

bal-Jeremiah Lloyd Harmon

Jeremiah Lloyd Harmon is a singer-songwriter based in Baltimore. He first started writing songs in Lynchburg, Va., eventually performing them at the Lynchstock Music Festival for three consecutive years. Harmon's self-titled EP, released this year though Virginia-based record label Harding Street Assembly Lab, is a psychedelic folk-jazz fusion project recorded in his old living room with producer Chris Schlarb (Psychic Temple, Invisible Astro Healing Rhythm Quartet) who compared its sound to that of Stevie Wonder's Innervisions. Jeremiah's most recent activities include the release of his latest single "Learn to Love," recorded live at the Glass Village Studios in Lynchburg, as well as a sixth place spot on season 17 of ABC's American Idol.

Emma Zinck


Emma Zinck is a singer-songwriter originally from Fredericksburg, Va. She moved to Nashville at the age of 19 and has been here for two and a half years pursuing her dream of being a songwriter and artist. She currently plays music full time, while recording in the studio with Grammy Award winning producer Blake Chancey who produced all three of the Dixie Chicks records, Montgomery Gentry and ‪Waylon Jennings to name a few.