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Playlist from 02/21/2006 @ 6:00pm

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Toshi Reagon

Big Love
Toshi 2002 via Razor & Tie
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Craic Wisely

The Black Velvet Band
Live Wisely 2005 via na

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Dennis Jones

Passion for the Blues
Passion for the Blues 2006 via Leroy's Music
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Jenni Muldaur

No Substitute
Jenni Muldaur 1993 via Reprise
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8:40 pm
Music Man (click for more info)
• The Grand Rapids Civic Theatre presents "The Music Man" on February 23rd at 8:00 p.m. and running through March 18th. • More information about the Civic Theatre’s presentation of “The Music Man” is available at (616) 222-6650.

Michelle Shocked

Mouth of the Mississippi
Mexican Standoff 2005 via Mighty Sound
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Jimmy LaFave

Patient Man
Texoma 2001 via Bohemia Beat
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Cephas & Wiggins

Burn Your Bridges
Somebody Told the Truth 2002 via Alligator Records
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Guy Clark

Homegrown Tomatoes
Craftsman 1995 via Philo / Pgd
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8:20 pm
Kent District Library family program (click for more info)
• The Kent District Library presents “Grow at Your Library” with a new series of programs to teach families how to grow gardens. • Mixed greens’ vegetable experts, working together with Kent District Library, will offer ideas and projects on how to grow vegetables at home. • The “Grow at Your Library” programs will be offered at the Alpine, Caledonia, Sand Lake/Nelson Township and Cascade branches. More information on the “Grow at Your Library” programs is available at 616-784-2458 Or at www.kdl.org.

Steve Riley & The Mamou Playboys

Chez Personne
Bayou Ruler 1998 via Rounder / Pgd
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Nine Horses

A History of Holes
Snow Borne Sorrow 2005 via Samadhi Sound
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Dr. Loco's Rockin' Jalapeno Band

Puro Party!
Puro Party 1995 via Flying Fish Records
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Catfish Keith

Gonna Get My Hambone Boiled
Sweet Pea 2006 via Fish Tail Records
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8:00 pm
Dwelling Place (click for more info)
• The Dwelling Place presents "There’s No Place Like Home, The Best of Clothing and Furniture Fashion” to benefit Liz’s House and My Sisters’ House. • There’s No Place Like Home, The Best of Clothing and Furniture Fashion, takes place on Wednesday, April 12th from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the John Widdicomb Trade Center. • More information is available at 616-855-0419 or at www.dwellingplacegr.org.

Quadro Nuevo

El Pano Moruno
Luna Rossa 2005 via Justin Time Records
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Tim Harrison

Born In The Mirror
Grey County 2005 via Second Avenue Records
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Flat Broke Blues Band

Cold, Cold Water
Worth The Weight 2004 via FB3

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The Subdudes

Keep My Feet Upon the Ground
Behind The Levee 2006 via Back Porch
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7:40 pm
“First Saturdays” (click for more info)
• Calvin College presents “First Saturday”, a nature learning experience taking place the first Saturday of every month starting on Saturday February 4th, will be held at the Bunker Interpretive Center at Calvin College • The nature topics include fish tales, reptiles and amphibians, “gardening adventures” and bird’s spring migration. • More information on Calvin College’s “First Saturday” is available at (616)526 7601 or at preserve@calvin.edu

COMPILATIONS

Everything Hurts
Summer Solstice 2- A Windham Hill Collection 1998 via Windham Hill Records

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Kinky Friedman

Sold American
Sold American 1973 via Vanguard Records
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Lee Rocker

Ramblin'
Racin' the Devil 2006 via Alligator Records
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Dr. Didg

Pianola Strut
Dust Devils 2002 via Narada
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7:20 pm
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WYCE is proud to bring three more shows to Grand Rapids in April! Coming up this Monday April 17 The John Butler Trio with special guest Jeff Lang will take the stage at 8:00PM at the Calvin College Fine Arts Center. Australian-born musician John Butler plays an eclectic jam band style that fuses blues, reggae, classic country, Appalachian folk, funk, and hip hop. Australian Singer/songwriter Jeff Lang will open the show this Monday. The Bad Plus will appear at Top of the B.O.B. on April 27 with two shows, as part of the Gilmore International Keyboard Festival. They represent the very best of the younger generation of jazz artists, testing limits of what an acoustic bass-piano-drums trio can accomplish. The Bad Plus will play at 7pm and at 9:30pm on April 27. And then Sunday April 30, for the first time since 1995, The Wailers, Bob Marley's Legendary Band, are back on tour and will appear at the Intersection in an 8pm show. The Wailers now consist of original members who recorded and/or toured with Bob Marley and the Wailers. Ages 18 and up are welcome on Sunday April 30. Additional concert details are available through the WYCE concert line: 616-459-4788 Ext. 110, or at WWW.WYCE.ORG. (Please play a track from one of the bands) (Check the concert giveaway clipboard for tickets to see if you have tickets to give away)

Capercaillie

Hebridean Hale-Bopp
Beautiful Wasteland 1997 via Rykodisc
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The Duhks

Annabel
Your Daughters & Your Sons 2002 via Sugarhill [Country]
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Theryl De'Clouet

Tough on Me, Tough on You
The Houseman Cometh 2001
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Sonny Landreth

Congo Square
South Of I-10 1995 via Volcano
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7:00 pm
Wealthy Theatre (click for more info)
The Indoor Farmer's Market and Film Series will conclude on Wednesday June 20th at Wealthy Theatre at 6:00pm. Vendors will be there selling meats, baked goods, wool etc. The final film for the season is "A Force More Powerful", a history of non-violent struggle against oppression, exploitation and organized racism.

The Rebirth

Common Ends
This Journey in 2005 via Kajmere Sound
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Jolie Holland

All the Morning Birds
Catalpa 2003 via Anti
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Jimmy Rogers

Blues in D Natural
With Ronnie Earl And The Broadcasters 1993 via Bullseye Blues
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Robert Bradley's Blackwater Surprise

Ride My Wave
New Ground 2002 via Vanguard Records
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6:40 pm
Grand Rapids Children Museum (click for more info)
• The Grand Rapids Children’s Museum presents its newest exhibit, “World at Play”. • “World at Play” explores the countries of Italy, Vietnam and Ghana through music, dance, food, art, language, games and more. “World at Play” offers children a chance to discover what it’s like to live in another country. • The Grand Rapids Children’s Museum’s exhibit “World at Play” runs now until May 14th 2006. • More information is available at www.grcm.org or (616)235-4726

Al Basile

Say Your Prayers
Blue Ink 2004 via Sweet Spot Records
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Blue Rodeo

Beautiful Blue
Tremolo 1997 via Discovery / Wea
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Lhasa

Abro La Ventana
The Living Road 2004 via Nettwerk Records
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Jack Johnson

Cookie Jar
On And On 2003 via Universal
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6:20 pm

Erin Bode

June
Over And Over 2006 via Max Jazz Records
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The Innocence Mission

Tomorrow on the Runway
Befriended 2003 via Badman Records
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Dave Alvin

Everett Ruess
Ashgrove 2004 via Yep Roc Records
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Paul Geremia

Loners' Blues
Love, Murder And Mosquitos 2004 via Red House
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6:00 pm
The Dyer-Ives Foundation (click for more info)
PSA (air until Mar 1st) • The Dyer-Ives Foundation presents the 38th Annual Kent County Poetry Competition. • This year the national judge is poet Jimmy Santiago Baca. • Poetry entries will be accepted form Kent County residents until March 1st. • More information about the 38th Annual Kent County Poetry Competition presented by the Dyer-Ives Foundation is available at (616)454-4502 or www.dyer-ives.org