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Playlist from 03/17/2011 @ 12:00pm

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Kyle

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all tracks listed in reverse chronological order

Cal Tjader

Souled Out
n/a
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Duke Ellington

Sinlgle Petal of a Rose
Live
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Dave Brubeck

Blue Rondo a la Turk
The Essential 2003 via Sony
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2:40 pm
West Michigan Bluegrass Music Association (click for more info)
The West Michigan Bluegrass Music Association is a non-profit organization established in 1995 for the promotion and preservation of traditional acoustic bluegrass music. Their purpose and activities include soliciting memberships, sponsoring festivals and concerts, and publishing an informational newsletter. More information is available at wmbma.org

Architecture in Helsinki

Fumble
Fingers Crossed 2004 via Bar/None Records
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Rubblebucket

Came Out of a Lady
Triangular Daisies 2010 via Independent
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Warpaint

Set Your Arms Down
The Fool 2011 via Rough Trade Us
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The Walkmen

Juveniles
Lisbon 2010 via Fat Possum
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2:20 pm
WYCE Spring Fund Drive Challenge! (click for more info)
WYCE wants to make this spring's fund drive the best ever. That's why we're asking for your advance commitment of support to WYCE before the drive starts - Friday, March 25th. Every donation we receive before the drive can be used as a challenge to bring even more listener-sponsors into the WYCE family. Together, we hope to meet the lofty goal of $88,100 this Spring. With your help, we can do it! Visit our website - WYCE dot org - to meet our Spring Challenge!

Al Green

Look What You Done for Me
Al Green's Greatest Hits 1995 via Capitol
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Sufjan Stevens

They Are Night Zombies!! They Are Neighbors!! They Have Come Back From The Dead!! Ahhhh!
Come On Feel the Illinoise 2005 via Asthmatic Kitty
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Watermelon Slim

Devil's Cadillac
Watermelon Slim & The Workers 2006 via Northern Blues
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Jim Byrnes

Black Nights
Everywhere West 2010 via Black Hen Music
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2:00 pm
GR Symphony (click for more info)
Support for WYCE comes from the Grand Rapids Symphony, celebrating St. Patrick's Day with a three-day engagement with Leahy. This powerhouse of eight musical brothers and sisters mystify audiences whenever they play. The band is a triple-threat of fiddle-driven music, dance, and vocals augmented by keyboards and percussion. Their music combines the influence of their Irish and Scottish roots with a desire to know no musical boundaries. The Grand Rapids Symphony welcomes Leahy, this Friday, Saturday and Sunday - March 18th, 19th and 20th. Tickets and more information are available online at grsymphony.org.

The Weakerthans

One Great City!
Reconstruction Site 2003 via Epitaph
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Beirut

Postcards From Italy
Gulag Orkestar
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Elvis Perkins

Doomsday
The Doomsday 2009 via XL
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Portishead

Wandering Star
Dummy 1994 via Polygram Records
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1:40 pm
Hat Trick Concert Series - Po' Girl (click for more info)
WYCE's Spring Hat Trick Concert Series - presented by The Law Firm of Rhodes McKee - returns to One Trick Pony Grill and Taproom with a performance by Po' Girl, Monday, March 21th at 7:30pm. Po'Girl makes 21st Century roots music, reshaping vintage sounds for new ears. Their new album "Find Your Bliss" showcases their diverse instrumentation and joyous songwriting. Hat Trick favorite Peter Mulvey joins the gang for the show! This show benefits Boys and Girls Club of Grand Rapids Youth Commonwealth, enhancing the character of youth through recreation, education, and positive community. The show is FREE with a suggested minimum donation of $10 to the night's charity. The Hat Trick series is once again made possible with support from The Law Firm of Rhodes McKee with lodging provided by Peaches Bed and Breakfast and audio support from 'On Stage Services'.

The Montana Boys

Trees
The Montana Boys 2008 via Independent

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The Pogues

Wild Cats of Kilkenny [Instrumental]
Rum Sodomy & the Lash 1985 via Wea International
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1:30 pm
Play WYCE Arts Calendar (click for more info)

Play from Wavecart > Calendars Folder

Beulah

Gravity's Bringing Us Down
The Coast Is Never Clear 2001 via Velocette
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Silver Jews

K-Hole
Tanglewood Numbers 2005 via Drag City (Caroline)

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Billy Bragg & Wilco

California Stars
Mermaid Avenue 1998 via Elektra / Wea
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1:20 pm
Calvin FFM 2011 (click for more info)
Support for WYCE comes from Calvin College, presenting the 2011 Festival of Faith and Music, April 7th through 9th. The festival is designed to forward a comprehensive interrogation of the ways grace, love, compassion, and the Christian faith are expressed in the world of popular music. Events for the Festival of Faith and Music 2011 include three nights of live performances by some of the leading artists in folk, rock, roots, and independent music, workshops led by musicians, critics, scholars, producers, and keynote speakers. More information is available at CALVIN-DOT-E-D-U-SLASH-GO-SLASH-F-F-M (calvin.edu/go/ffm)

K'naan

Wavin' Flag
Sampler 2009 / Troubador 2009 via A&M
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Wanlov the Kubolor

Kubolor
Green Card 2011 via Pidgen Music
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Tortoise

Gigantes
Beacons Of Ancestorship 2009 via Thrill Jockey
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Mogwai

You're Lionel Richie
Hardcore Will Never Die, But You Will 2011 via Sub Pop
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1:00 pm
GR Symphony (click for more info)
Support for WYCE comes from the Grand Rapids Symphony, celebrating St. Patrick's Day with a three-day engagement with Leahy. This powerhouse of eight musical brothers and sisters mystify audiences whenever they play. The band is a triple-threat of fiddle-driven music, dance, and vocals augmented by keyboards and percussion. Their music combines the influence of their Irish and Scottish roots with a desire to know no musical boundaries. The Grand Rapids Symphony welcomes Leahy, this Friday, Saturday and Sunday - March 18th, 19th and 20th. Tickets and more information are available online at grsymphony.org.
(REQUESTED)

Ryan Adams

Pearl on a String
Easy Tiger 2007 via Lost Highway
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(REQUESTED)

the Cars

Sad Song
Move Like This
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(REQUESTED)

Devendra Banhart

Carmencita
Smokey Rolls Down Thunder Canyon 2007 via Xl Recordings
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(REQUESTED)

the Gerbils

Glue
Are You Sleepy?
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12:40 pm
Public Museum (click for more info)

http://www.grmuseum.org/ 272 Pearl Street NW Grand Rapids, MI 49504 616.929.1700 616.456.3977

Abner Jay

Cocaine Blues
Swaunee River & Cocaine Blues
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Gregg Allman

Tears, Tears, Tears
Low Country Blues 2011 via Rounder
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Bob Log 3

String on a Stick
School Bus
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Alvin Youngblood Hart

Joe Friday
Big Mama's Door 1996 via Sony
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Carey Bell

When I Get Drunk
Deep Down 1995 via Alligator Records
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12:20 pm
Dog Story Theatre (click for more info)

Dog Story Theatre supports professional quality, innovative entertainment and provides an affordable and flexible venue for live performances. This Grand Rapids black box theater provides technical and production consultation to clients and offers equipment and box office services common to most theatrical productions. Dog Story Theatre - 7 Jefferson Avenue SE - dog story theatre dot com

The Twilight Singers

Waves
Dynamite Steps 2011 via Sub Pop
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Dub Is A Weapon

Curva Peligrosa
Vaporized 2011 via Harmonized
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Fujiya & Miyagi

Minestrone
Ventriloquizzing 2011 via Yep Roc Records
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12:00 pm
GR Symphony (click for more info)
Support for WYCE comes from the Grand Rapids Symphony, celebrating St. Patrick's Day with a three-day engagement with Leahy. This powerhouse of eight musical brothers and sisters mystify audiences whenever they play. The band is a triple-threat of fiddle-driven music, dance, and vocals augmented by keyboards and percussion. Their music combines the influence of their Irish and Scottish roots with a desire to know no musical boundaries. The Grand Rapids Symphony welcomes Leahy, this Friday, Saturday and Sunday - March 18th, 19th and 20th. Tickets and more information are available online at grsymphony.org.