all tracks listed in reverse chronological order
Climbing Up The Walls
1997 via Capitol
I Just Called To Say I Love You
The Definitive Collection
2002 via Motown
Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood
Interpretations - The British Rock Songbook
2010 via ANTI
Deer Bird Bear Ship
2009 via Friction Records
I Can Change
This Is Happening
2010 via DFA/Virgin
Celadon Greg Nagy (click for more info)
Support for today's Earth & Sky comes from Celadon New Town, a new urban development that focuses on building a sustainable community, presenting the Celadon Summer Concert Series.
The series continues with an evening of Blues and BBQ with Jammie award-winning blues man Greg Nagy -- Thurs, June 24th from 7:30-9:30pm at the new outdoor Celadon Amphitheater, open to the public. Food from Sandmann's BBQ will be available, and donation will be encouraged to benefit Camp Blodgett.
A full performance line-up and more information are available online at celadonnewtown.com.
Lost and Lookin'
1963 via RCA
Truth Sets In
2010 via Sub Pop
I Am the Changer
2009 via Suicide Squeeze
Ladies of the Night blues (click for more info)
Support for today's First Amendment quote comes from "Ladies of Blues" Night featuring Beth Stalker and Stacia Petrie at Wealthy Theatre.
With a broad range of influences from Jennifer Knapp to Janis Joplin, Beth Stalkerâs soulful voice won her six Detroit Music Awards since 2005. Stacia Petrieâs music easily crosses genre lines of Acoustic Folk & Bluegrass to Acoustic and Electric Blues, and has led her to play with some of the best talent in the region.
Ladies of Blues Night featuring Beth Stalker and Stacia Petrie, live at Wealthy Theatre, Wednesday, June 30, 7:30 p.m. Tickets and more information are available at wealthytheatre.org.
2010 via Quite Scientific
Bat For Lashes And Beck
Let's Get Lost
Eclipse Motion Picture Soundtrack
2010 via MOM & POP MUSIC
Ariel Pink's Haunted Grafitti
Bright Lit Blue Skies
Woke On A Whaleheart
2007 via Drag City
Youth Sports Alliance - GR (click for more info)
Youth Sports Alliance GR provides positive after-school sports and recreation programs for inner city youth ages 6 to 14. The Alliance motivates with a child's love for organized sports, teaches them how to excel in academics and how to achieve their highest level of self fulfillment and personal development, in physical, social, moral and spiritual aspects of life.
More information: Y S A G R dot org
Tears of Rage
2000 via Capitol
Ocote Soul Sounds and Adrian Quesada
The Revolt of the Cockroach People
2009 via Eighteenth Street
Lady Dottie & The Diamonds
Movin' on Up
Lady Dottie & The Diamonds
2008 via HI-SPEED SOUL
The Budos Band
Ride or Die
The Budos Band II
2007 via Caroline
Meijer Gardens - Levon Helm Band (click for more info)
WYCE joins Frederick Meijer Gardens Summer Concert Series in welcoming The LEAVE-on Helm Band to Grand Rapids, Wednesday, June 30.
Founding member and longtime drummer for The Band, LEAVE-on Helm's five decade career has since flourished as a multi-instrumentalist, singer, songwriter and producer. His latest album, Electric Dirt, was honored with the 2009 Grammy Award for Best Americana Album.
Tickets and Information for LEAVE-on Helm Band - Wednesday, June 30 - meijer gardens dot org - M-E-I-J-E-R gardens dot org
All Dried Up
2010 via Barsuk
The Bird and the Bee
Interpreting the Masters, Vol. 1- A Tribute to Daryl Hall and John Oates
2010 via Blue Note
Running Up That Hill (Kate Bush)
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Broken Bells [LP]
2010 via Sony
Danger Mouse and Sparklehorse
Dark Night of the Soul
2010 via Capitol Records
Electric Poetry (click for more info)
Join us Tuesday nights at 10:15 for 'Electric Poetry.
Hear stylistic whiplash and verse from Grand Rapids' hardest working poets. And search archived episodes of 'Electric Poetry' at our website - WYCE.ORG - just search our Tuesday schedule.
Do You Feel It?
The Kangaroo Rat
2007 via Capitol
Atlas Sound (Laetita Sadier)
Actors' Theatre (click for more info)
Actors' Theatre, the off-Broadway of Grand Rapids, is committed to bringing West Michigan the best in entertaining, innovative, challenging and thought-provoking theatre. Actors' produces high quality, innovative works that, due to content or size, aren't seen on any other stage in Grand Rapids.
Actors' Theatre is located on the Grand Rapids Community College campus in Spectrum Theater at 160 Fountain NE. More information may be found at actors theatre grand rapids.com
Horses [30th Anniversary Legacy Edition]
1975 via Arista
(Everybody Wanna Get Rich) Rite
What It Is! Funky Soul And Rare Grooves (1967-1977)
2006 via Rhino
I Need A Dollar
2010 via Stones Throw
War Child presents Heroes, Vol. 1
2009 via Astralwerks
Center for Inquiry - Michigan (click for more info)
Center for Inquiry Michigan seeks to foster a secular society based on science, reason, humanist values, and freedom of inquiry.
CFI promotes the use of critical thinking skills and fact-based research. They host educational and social events for adults and children as well as develop communities where likeâminded individuals can meet and share experiences.
Translating humanist values into action for the common good of humanity, members also give back to their community through service projects. Learn more at C F I Michigan dot org or on Facebook: facebook dot com slash C F I M I
It Is Finished
If You Knew
Live at Sin-E
2003 via Sony
Deadmalls & Nightfalls
2010 via Ramseur Rec.
2010 via Ramseur Rec.
When She Comes Home
The Black Dirt Sessions
2010 via Partisan Records
Promo - British Infusion (click for more info)
Sunday nights from 8 to 10pm - Hosted by Mike Scot
Sweet Thang [-]
1974 via Luaka Bop
Turntables on the Hudson: 10 Year Anniversary
2010 via Wonderwheel
Monument Six One Thousand
Beacons Of Ancestorship
2009 via Thrill Jockey
Staring At The Sun
Desparate Youth, Blood Thirsty Babes
The Dead Weather
The Difference Between Us
Sea of Cowards
2010 via Warner Brothers
ArtServe (click for more info)
As the leading advocate for arts and cultural communities statewide since 1997, ArtServe Michigan seeks to equip and engage a growing grassroots network of advocates for arts and cultural education.
By reinforcing the ability of artists and arts organizations to remain alive and well, ArtServe widens arts access, supports economic development and stimulates investments in artistic talent as an important natural resource.
Get involved at art serve michigan dot org