D.T. Huber
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D.T. Huber

Baltimore, MD | Established. Jan 01, 2003

Baltimore, MD
Established on Jan, 2003
Band Folk Americana




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D.T. Huber is a Baltimore-based Americana singer/songwriter and an active member of Baltimore’s thriving folk scene. Blending country and folk styles, D.T’s songs cover the personal and the political, touching on the issues that keep you up and night, and the things that make you glad that morning’s come round again. 

D.T.’s most recent EP, Electric Park, was one of the Baltimore City Paper’s top 10 country albums of 2014, among the likes of Sturgill Simpson, Lucinda Williams, and Caleb Stine. D.T. recorded the EP with Baltimore-based songwriter/producer Paul Masson of The Great American Canyon Band. Electric Park expands on D.T.’s earlier recordings, with lush layers of production pushing the tracks into new sonic spaces where old-time folk songs meet modern sounds. The album’s title refers to Electric Park, an early 20th Century Baltimore Amusement park that was the first place in Maryland to screen motion pictures. Drawing thematic inspiration from the now-demolished park, the EP juxtaposes the old and the new in creative and compelling ways.

His previous EP, Scorched Earth, features songs that deal with urban neighborhoods plagued by violence, job loss in rural America, and the heartbreak and chaos of love. Culminating on the last track with a song of forgiveness and faith in loved ones, Scorched Earth captures elements of mountain music, jazz-blues, outlaw country, and folk-rock. D.T. was able to recruit some outstanding Baltimore musicians to play on this record, including Frank Corl (the Seldon Plan) appears on drums, Josh Lebar (Annapolis Symphony) on upright bass, Jon Patton (Midway Fair) on mandolin, and Patrick McAvinue (Audie Blaylock and Redline) on fiddle.

D.T. Huber regularly plays venues in and around the Baltimore area, including the Metro Gallery, Windup Space, Creative Alliance, and the Ottobar. He has performed at festivals such as the Baltimore Folk Fest, Artscape, the Maryland Craft Beer Festival, and the Cromwell Valley Arts fair. Current members of his touring band include Josh Lebar on upright bass, Greg Hadjian on accordion, Frank Corl on drums, and renown pedal steel player Susan Alcorn. 

D.T. is also the lead singer and guitarist of the alt-country/folk band Whale Show, and wrote the songs for the band’s 2010 album Caught Between the Highway BluesWhen D.T. isn’t performing, he teaches guitar lessons at Huber Guitar Studio.

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