all tracks listed in reverse chronological order
How We Operate
How We Operate
2006 via Ato Records
Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat [alternate take]
No Direction Home - The Soundtrack
2005 via Columbia/ Legacy
Tell Me Something I Don't Know
Let's Bottle Bohemia
2004 via Virgin Records
Free Radical Exhibit (click for more info)
Dwelling Place sponsors a Free Radical Gallery show to be held on Friday, April 7th from 6pm to 11pm. The multi-disciplinary art show will fill vacant store fronts all along South Division, as well as on Commerce and Jefferson, with work from many different artists. This will give the community an opportunity to see and become part of the cultural growth on South Division as well as give artists an alternative venue for exhibiting and bringing traffic and exposure to buildings and business owners.
If you would like more information about this event, please contact Jenn
Schaub, at 855 0435 or email@example.com
Drag Queens in Limousines
1999 via Groove House Records
- NO PLAY -
2002 via Epitaph / Ada
The Last American Hero
Why Men Fail
2000 via Parasol Records
Hoje, Amanha E Depois
2006 via Circular Moves
Quiet After The Storm
1995 via Blue Note Records
Four Laps Around the World
Harry Truman Built a Road
2001 via Dog Eared Records
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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.âWhen 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 doesnât. Life gets much weirder, actually.â
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 â "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.
Selections from Live Phish Vol, 7-12
2002 via Elektra
Best Bit EP
1998 via Dedicated
WMEAC First Friday (click for more info)
West Michigan Environmental Action Council anounces its First Friday Luncheon Series with special guest Jeff Smith of the Grand Rapids Institute for Information Democracy (GRIID). The title of this speech and talk back session is called The Earth is News! How the Media Frames the Environment.
The luncheon will be held Friday, FRIDAY April 7th 12:00-1:30pm at St. Markâs Church, 134 N. Division at Pearl. Buffet lunch will be offered at 12 noon. Program begins at 12:20 and runs until 1:30 p.m. Mr. Smith will be available for interviews after the program.
1998 via Polygram Records
So Hard to Find My Way
2006 via Verve Forecast
My Morning Jacket
It Still Moves
2003 via Ato Records / Red
1990 via Sony
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.
The Bad Plus
Keep The Bugs Off Your Glass And The Bears Off Your Ass
These Are The Vistas
2003 via Sony
John Butler Trio
Sunrise Over Sea
2005 via Independent
2003 via Sanctuary Records
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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)
I Found Faith
1993 via Ruf
They Are Night Zombies!! They Are Neighbors!! They Have Come Back From The Dead!! Ahhhh!
Come On Feel the Illinoise
2005 via Asthmatic Kitty
Out of the Blue
2006 via Compass Records
Deep Fried Pickle Project
2005 via Green and Bumpy Music
Beat The Donkey
2002 via na
Dwelling Place (click for more info)
â¢ The Dwelling Place presents "Thereâs No Place Like Home, The Best of Clothing and Furniture Fashionâ to benefit Lizâs House and My Sistersâ House.
â¢ Thereâs 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.
â¢ More information is available at 616-855-0419 or at www.dwellingplacegr.org.
I Carry Your Heart
1990 via Windham Hill Records
1998 via Eminent Records
Live At Bonnaroo
2005 via Ato Records
GRCC and Habitat for Humanity (click for more info)
Grand Rapids Community College's Construction Trades program is partnering with the Kent County chapter of Habitat for Humanity for the 6th Annual Playhouse Parade. Local organizations build elaborate playhouses that are then auctioned off on May 11, 2006 - the proceeds go to Habitat for Humanity, supporting their mission of ending substandard housing in our community. For More Information call 616-774-2431 or visit: www.habitatkent.org
1997 via Grp Records
Some Rainy Sunday
In Exile Deo
2004 via Zoe Records
2001 via Virgin Records
Picture in a Frame
Both Sides Of The Gun
2006 via Virgin Records Us
L' Age De Ma Mere
NÃ©e dans la nature
2005 via Sunny Side
Dan Hicks & His Hot Licks
2004 via Jvc Victor
1998 via RCA
Speak Like A Child
1987 via Blue Note Records
Grand Rapids Art Museum (click for more info)
The Grand Rapids Art Museum offers an evening of entertainment Friday nights from 5:00-8:30 p.m. Live bands play from 6:30-8:15 p.m. This week features music from The Fred Knapp Trio. Light fare and a cash bar are also available. Or try out your artistic skills in the Open Drawing Studio 6:00 - 8:00 pm.
Information available at www.gramonline.org.