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Playlist from 03/26/2006 @ 9:00pm

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Built To Spill

Untrustable/Part 2
Time Trap 2006 via Warner Brothers
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Zappa, Frank

Eat That Question
The Grand Wazoo
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Sex Mob

Baby Let Me Hold Your Hand
Dime Grind Palace 2003 via Rope a Dope
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11:40 pm
Camp Blodgett (click for more info)
Camp Blodgett is now accepting registrations for its 2006 summer camp season. Camp Blodgett is open to children ages 8 to 13 who live or go to school in Kent County. For more information about Camp Blodgett’s summer camp and year-round enrichment programs or summer employment opportunities contact 616-949-0780 or visit www.campblodgett.org

Son Volt

No More Parades
Straightaways 1997 via Warner Brothers
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Death Cab for Cutie

Crooked Teeth
Plans 2005 via Atlantic / Wea
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(REQUESTED)

Lemon Jelly

Closer
Lost Horizons 2002 via Xl / Beggars Us Ada
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Tracy Grammer

When I Reach the Place I'm Going
The Verdant Mile 2004 via Independent
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11:20 pm
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The WYCE Hat Trick Concert Series has been Extended with one more show with David Mead on Monday June 12th at 7:30pm at the One Trick Pony. Mead is touring in support of his recent release "Tangerine", where much of the material deals with married love.“When I got married," Mead says, "I sort of bought into this model that my parents laid out, assuming that some level of normalcy would accompany it. But it doesn’t. Life gets much weirder, actually.” A Hat will be passed for the benefit of the "Never Give Up" Scholarship Program for M.S. Thanks to Rainbow Music for providing audio assistance and Fountain Hill Bed and Breakfast for providing lodging. The Hat Trick Concert Series is made possible by support from The Cull Group — "where creative marketing meets intelligent design." On the web at "C-U-L-L GROUP DOT COM." More info on upcoming shows is available at www.WYCE.org.

E.M.P. Project

Just Visiting
Wherever We Go 2005 via Blue Canoe Records
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(REQUESTED)

Sam Cooke

Mean Old World
Night Beat 1963 via RCA
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Bob Dylan

One More Cup of Coffee (Valley Below)
At Budokan 1978 via Sony
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The Decemberists

Leslie Anne Levine
Castaways and Cutouts 2003 via Kill Rock Stars
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11:00 pm
GVSU Theatre Arts (click for more info)
Grand Valley State University presents The Servant of Two Masters, the last show of The Mainstage Series season. This classic Italian farce features characters, themes, and the comic wit and slapstick style of the Commedia Dell'Arte (pronounced Del Art-ay) tradition. Performances will beThursday, March 30th-April 2nd. All performances of The Servant of Two Masters will be at the Louis Armstrong Theatre on the Allendale Campus of Grand Valley State University. Information and showtimes are available at (616)331 2300 or www.gvsu.edu/theatre

Tori Amos

Silent All These Years
Little Earthquakes 1992 via Atlantic / Wea
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Ahmad Jamal

Caravan
Live In Paris '92 1998 via Polygram Records
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George Harrison

Never Get Over You
Brainwashed 2002 via Capitol
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Rosanne Cash

House on the Lake
Black Cadillac 2006 via Capitol
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10:40 pm
WMEAC-Adopt A Stream (click for more info)
The Adopt-A-Stream program involves volunteers of all ages, and from all sorts of groups, in cleaning-up, monitoring and restoring streams throughout Kent County and surrounding areas. Teams participate in stream bank clean-ups, corridor studies, water quality studies and stream enhancement projects. These efforts bring cleaner streams for recreation, wildlife, and improved public health. Interested in Adopt-A-Stream? More information can be found by calling Shawn at (616)-451-3051.
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B.B. King

Blues Boys Tune
Blues On The Bayou 1998 via Mca
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Cowboy Junkies

why this one
One Soul Now 2004 via Maple
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(REQUESTED)

Harry Connick, Jr

You Don't Know Me
Only You 2004 via Sony
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Colin Hay

Beautiful World
Going Somewhere 2005 via Compass Records

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Greg Brown

Spring Wind
The Live One 1995 via Red House

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10:20 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)

Shrift

Sereia
Lost In A Moment 2006 via Six Degrees
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Pearl Jam

Who You Are
No Code
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Joshua Redman

Courage (Asymmetric Aria)
Beyond 2000 via Warner Bros / Wea

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10:00 pm
Actor's Theatre (click for more info)
Actor’s Theatre will be presenting the play “Going To St. Ives”, a story of two women who have different personal and political views, who discover they are each trying to accomplish the greatest good. Performances will be January 24th through 26th and January 31st through February 2nd. at the Spectrum Theatre at 160 fountain NE, all shows start at 8:00pm Actor's Theatre website is at www.actorstheatregrandrapids.com. The box office phone number is 234-3946.

The Sundays

Love
Blind 1992 via Geffen Records
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Bruce Cockburn

You Pay Your Money And You Take Your Chance
You Pay Your Money And you Take Your Chance - live 1997 via Rykodisc
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(REQUESTED)

R.L. Burnside

It's Bad You Know
Come On In 1998 via Fat Possum
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Mogwai

Glasgow Mega Snake
Mr. Beast 2006 via Matador Records
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9:40 pm
Wealthy- Act On Racism (click for more info)
Act on Racism is a student-oriented and directed group who bring awareness of racism on campus and in the community through theatrical performances. At the Wealthy Theatre this coming Wednesday, March 29, at 7pm, Members of the Gray Area reenact incidents of racism and discrimination that have occurred on campus and in the wider community. Audience members will be invited into a discussion about prejudice and discrimination.

Cry Cry Cry

By Way of Sorrow
Cry Cry Cry 1998 via EMI Int'l
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Charlie Hunter

Drop the Rock
Copperopolis 2006 via Rope-a-Dope
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(REQUESTED)

John Mayall

Congo Square
A Sense Of Place 1990 via Polygram Records
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Mike Doughty

Sunken-Eyed Girl
Haughty Melodic 2005 via Ato Records
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9:20 pm

Craic Wisely

St. Anne's Reel
Live Wisely 2005 via na

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The Derek Trucks Band

Chevrolet
Songlines 2006 via Sony
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Wilco

I Got You (At the End of the Century)
Being There 1996 via Reprise / Wea
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(REQUESTED)

KT Tunstall

Black Horse and the Cherry Tree
Eye To The Telescope 2005 via EMI
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Perez, Danilo

Hot Bean Strut
Panamonk
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9:00 pm
Calvin College lecture (click for more info)
On Thursday, November 15, at 3:30 p.m., Detroit Free Press columnist Stephen Henderson will speak in the Calvin College Commons Lecture Hall about his investigation of death penalty sentences, in a presentation entitled "Death is Different: Investigating Legal Defense in Death Penalty Sentencing." The number to call for information is 616-526-6094