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Playlist from 04/06/2011 @ 6:00pm

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Gregg's show goes all over the place -- but don't tune in for dark, brooding, experimental music here. Blues and rock rule the day.

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Mojo & the Boogieman

Come Home Baby
Keep It in Your Soul 1999 via Independent

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J Mascis

Where Are You
Several Shades Of Why 2011 via Sub Pop
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Herbie Hancock

All Apologies
The New Standard 1996 via Polygram Records
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8:40 pm
Fund Drive Thanks Spring 2011 (click for more info)
WYCE would like to say thank you to nearly 700 listener-sponsors who made their gifts of support during our on-air fund drive which ended on April 1st. The WYCE family contributed more than $73,000 during the eight-day drive putting us well on our way to our spring fundraising goal of $88,100. If you haven't made your donation, please visit WYCE.org to do so now. And stay tuned to WYCE in April to hear about some special fundraising plans that will help us reach our unprecedented goal. Thank you so much for being part of your community radio station.

John Mayall

Train to My Heart
Tough 2009 via Eagle Records
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Daphne Willis

I Want To
Because I Can 2011 via WELK MUSIC GROUP
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Dave Alvin

River Under the Road
Dave Alvin and the Guilty Women 2009 via Yep Roc Records
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(REQUESTED)

Los Lobos

West L.A. Fadeaway
Tin Can Trust 2010 via Shout Factory!
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8:20 pm

Randall Bramblett

Thirsty Ground
The Meantime 2010 via Blue Ceiling
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Adele

Rumour Has It
21 2011 via Columbia
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John-Alex Mason

Free
Jook Joint Thunderclap 2011 via Naked Jaybird Music
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Tony Joe White

Ice Cream Man
The Heroines 2004 via Sanctuary Records
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8:00 pm
Hope College Ra-Ra Riot (click for more info)
Support for WYCE comes from the Hope College Concert Series, presenting a live performance by Ra-Ra Riot. The five-piece indie-pop band is touring in support of 2010's "The Orchard" and a recently released EP "Too Dramatic". In its five-year history the band has garnered numerous awards, and been labeled by Spin Magazine as "one of the best young bands... in a really long time". Ra Ra Riot, live at Hope College's Knickerbocker Theatre, Monday, April 11th at 8:00 p.m. Tickets and more information are available at hope.edu/concerts.

Amy Speace

Vertigo
Land Like A Bird 2011 via Thirty Tigers
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Rory Block

Kokomo Blues
Shake 'Em On Down 2011 via Stony Plain Music
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The Band of Heathens

Free Again
Top Hat Crown & The Clapmaster's Son 2011 via Boh Records
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(REQUESTED)

Jan James

I Got A Feelin'
Limousine Blues 2002 via Blue Palace
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7:40 pm
Planned Parenthood (click for more info)

Planned Parenthood of West and Northern Michigan is the largest provider of reproductive and sexual health and education services in the region. Planned Parenthood helps people from all walks of life to have access to affordable services that help them plan their families, prevent disease, and make responsible decisions about their sexual health. More information at P P W N M dot org

Stanley Turrentine with Ron Carter, George Benson, Freddie Hubbard

Gibraltar
Sugar 1971 via Sony
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Alex Cuba

Caballo
Alex Cuba 2009 via Caracol Records
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Shemekia Copeland

Cold Feet
Turn the Heat Up 1998 via Alligator Records
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John Popper

Leave It Up To Fate
John Popper & the Duskray Troubadours 2011 via 429 Records
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7:20 pm

Steve Earle

Willin'
Sidetracks 2002 via Artemis Records
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(REQUESTED)

Little Milton

Beggin' My Baby
The Sun Masters 1990
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Tori Amos

Caught A Lite Sneeze
Boys for Pele 1996 via Atlantic / Wea
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Organissimo

Groovadelphia
Groovadelphia 2008 via CDBY

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7:00 pm
Rock club (click for more info)
Today's WYCE Day Sponsor is the Indian Mounds Rock and Mineral Club educating West Michigan about minerals, fossils, and the earth sciences at their annual show at Roger's Plaza Thursday thru Saturday, April 7th through 9th. Among the many artifacts on display will be an 85 million year old crocodile. More details at IndianMoundsRockClub.com. WYCE Rocks, and so does our club!

Marcus Miller

State of Mind
A Night In Monte Carlo 2000 via Concord Records
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Santana

Let There Be Light-Spirits Dancing in the Flesh
Spirits Dancing In The Flesh 1990 via Sbme Special Mkts.
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Jessie Marquez

Dime, Amor [Tell Me, Love]
All I See Is Sky 2011 via CDBY
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6:40 pm
Blandford Nature Center (click for more info)

Blandford Nature Center is a non-profit that believes children and adults learn best through personal experience. Blandford invites the community to get its hands dirty in nature - whether through standing knee-high in water to learn about stream ecology​, getting a close-up view of an owl for the first time,​ or planting squash seeds to start a garden. 

Blandford offers field trips, community programs, rentals, and day camps​ through an active outdoor environmental lab, led by a team of passionate, knowledgeable people with a strong link from past to future, promoting sustainability. 

​Blandford Nature Center ​has been a part of the West Michigan community for decades and continues to be your gateway to the outdoors!

Find out more by visiting "blandford nature center dot org" or calling 616-735-6240.

Cassandra Wilson

A Day In The Life Of A Fool
Silver Pony 2011 via Blue Note Records
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6:30 pm
Play WYCE Arts Calendar (click for more info)

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Grrropolis

William Perry
Boof 2011 via Independent

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Lucinda Williams

Buttercup
Blessed 2011 via Lost Highway
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6:20 pm
Hat Trick Concert Series - Electric Junkyard Gamelan (click for more info)
WYCE's Spring Hat Trick Concert Series - presented by The Law Firm of Rhoades McKee - returns to One Trick Pony Grill and Taproom with a performance by Electric Junkyard Gamelan, Monday, May 2nd at 7:30pm. Electric Junkyard Gamelan is the brainchild of band leader, composer and instrument builder Terry Dame. 'Their motto is ReUse, ReCycle, Rock!' Performing original groove-driven music on self-invented instruments this unique band is inspired by the interlocking rhythms of traditional Balinese music. Today the group is influenced by a diverse range of sounds - from eastern modal music and funk to klezmer and hip hop. This show benefits VSA Arts - bringing students with disabilities together with artists and art projects. The show is FREE with a suggested minimum donation of $10 to the night's non-profit. The Hat Trick series is once again made possible with support from The Law Firm of Rhoades McKee with lodging provided by Peaches Bed and Breakfast and audio support from On Stage Services.

Ingrid Lucia & the Flying Neutrinos

St. James Infirmary
Live from New Orleans 2003 via Artists Only Records
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Buckwheat Zydeco

Turning Point
Buckwheat Zydeco Story- A 20 Year Party 1999 via Tomorrow Recordings
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Marcia Ball

The Party's Still Going On
Roadside Attractions 2011 via Alligator Records
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6:00 pm