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Playlist from 04/09/2006 @ 9:00pm

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Bob Dylan

Romance in Durango
Live in 1975-Rolling Thunder Revue 2002 via Sony / Bmg Japan
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Rickie Lee Jones

Woody and Dutch on the Slow Train to Peking
Pirates 1981 via Warner Brothers
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The Jazz Passengers

Seven Guys with a Reason
Implement Yourself 1990 via New World Records
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11:40 pm
United Health Care (click for more info)
Are you a bilingual, bicultural Latino interested in pursuing a career in health care? United Health Care Latino Health scholars Program is offering two $25,000 scholarships and seventy-five $2,000 scholarships for bilingual, bicultural Latino students wishing to pursue a career in health care. Application deadline is May 29. Information on the program can be found by calling Maryann Maloney 213-625-2620

Frank Zappa

Hot-Plate Heaven At The Green Hotel
Return of the Son of Kill Ugly Radio 2005 via RYKO
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Kinky Friedman

High on Jesus
Sold American 1973 via Vanguard Records
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Jackie Greene

Farewell, So Long, Goodbye
American Myth 2006 via Verve Forecast

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The Submarines

Vote
Declare A New State! 2006 via Nettwerk Records
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11:20 pm
Festival -Film and Video Competition (click for more info)
Festival 2007 Film Competition offers local filmmakers an opportunity to exhibit their latest films at one of Michigan's largest summer arts festivals. This year's cash awards total over $1,100. Enter animation, documentary, narrative, music video and experimental films and videos. Deadline for film entries is May 5. This juried exhibition is held June 1-3, downtown Grand Rapids. Information is available at www.festivalofthearts.org

Loudon Wainwright III

IWIWAL
Grown Man 1995 via Virgin Records
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McRae, Carmen

You Know Who
Carmen Sings Monk
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(REQUESTED)

Keller Williams

Freeker by the Speaker
Laugh 2002 via Sci Fidelity Records
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11:00 pm
Grand Rapids Symphony (click for more info)
The Grand Rapids Symphony presents "Sacred Spaces" on November 17th at 8PM at Devos Hall. Sacred Spaces features the Grand Rapids Symphony Chorus with conductor David Lockington. Tickets for these performances can be purchased by phone through Ticketmaster at 616/456-3333, online at ticketmaster.com, in person at the Symphony office or any Ticketmaster outlet.
(REQUESTED)

Donna the Buffalo

Family Picture
Live from the American Ballroom 2001 via Donna the Buffalo
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Assembly of Dust

Bus Driver
The Honest Hour 2004 via Hybrid Recordings
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Toots Thielemans

Giant Steps
East Coast West Coast 1994 via Private Music
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(REQUESTED)

Redbird

The Whole World Round
Redbird 2005 via Signature Records
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10:40 pm
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
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Widespread Panic

Better Off
Everyday 1993 via Capricorn
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Tribe Called Quest, A

Excursions
The Low End Theory
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Charlie Hunter

Think of One
Copperopolis 2006 via Rope-a-Dope
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John Butler Trio

Seeing Angels
Sunrise Over Sea 2005 via Independent
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10:20 pm
(click for more info)
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)

Nortec Collective

Olvidela Compa
Tijuana Sessions, Vol. 3 2005 via Nacional Records
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(REQUESTED)

Phish

Water in the Sky
The Story of the Ghost 1998 via Elektra / Wea
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Neil Young

Motorcycle Mama
Comes a Time 1978 via Warner Brothers
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Built To Spill

Wherever You Go
You In Reverse 2006 via Warner Bros / Wea
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10:00 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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Radiohead

Go to Sleep (Little Man Being Erased)
Hail to the Thief 2003 via Capitol
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Cowell, Stanley

Wail
Back to the Beautiful
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(REQUESTED)

Paul McCartney

Little Willow
Flaming Pie 1997 via Capitol
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(REQUESTED)

Potato Moon

Midnight Water
Midnight Water 2002 via n/a

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9:40 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.
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Damien Rice

The Blower's Daughter
O 2002 via Vector Recordings
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(REQUESTED)

Eliza Carthy

Wild wood
Angels & Cigarettes 2000 via Warner Bros / Wea
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Abram Wilson

Take It Forward
Jazz Warrior 2004 via Dune Records
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Rachael Sage

Lonely Streets
The Blistering Sun 2006 via Mpress Records
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9:20 pm

Mike Doughty

Real Love-It's Only Life
Skittish / Rockity Roll 2004 via Ato Records
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Manu Chao

Me Gustas Tu
Proxima Estacion- Esperanza 2001 via Virgin Records
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The Decemberists

Los Angeles, I'm Yours
Her Majesty The Decemberists 2003 via Kill Rock Stars
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Shorter. Wayne

Dance Cadaverous
Speak No Evil
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9:00 pm
In the Image (click for more info)
In The Image’s 6th Annual Crib Full of Blues is an evening dedicated to raising awareness and funds for cribs. This year music will be provided by Motor City Women and Detroit Express. Crib Full of Blues will take place at The B.O.B., on Thursday, May 15th, the music starts at 7:30pm. Advanced tickets can be purchased at In The Image on 1823 South Division. Information about this event is available by calling 456-6150