Edye Evans HydeMagic In Your Eyes
Magic In His Eyes 2012 via Independent
Fresh Tunes - Rock, Rhythm & Roll - Jazz Encounters - Global Rhythms - Under-Appreciated Gems - Deep Cuts - Musings
WYCE's September Album Of the Month Club members are receiving Mike Doughty's new independent release Circles Super Bon Bon..., reimagining songs from his Soul Coughing catalog.
Receive a new album from WYCE in your mailbox every month - email email@example.com for details.
88.1 FM WYCE and the Grand Rapids Community Media Center present Catalyst Radio, a 30-minute weekly public affairs radio program of Community Media Center, focusing on local efforts. CMC's Catalyst Radio brings you interviews with organizations and people working on social change, community support, and media issues.Catalyst Radio airs Fridays at noon - exclusively on Grand Rapids' Community Radio Station, 88.1 FM WYCE.
Enjoy WYCE's Local Resonance - Friday mornings at 11 am. Local Resonance explores the music of West Michigan through interviews with area artists, live performances, listings of upcoming musical events, and lots of great local music. Join host Kevin Murphy for Local Resonance Fridays at 11 am - exclusively on 88.1 FM WYCE.
Circle Theatre aims to enrich, entertain and educate our community through exceptional theatrical arts in an intimate setting. Circle serves the diverse segments of our community with multi-faceted programming through Magic Circle, Circle Presents, Main Stage and other performances. Performance schedule and information at circle theatre dot org
Our new concert series - "WYCE Live at Wealthy Theatre" - debuts with "An Evening with BoDeans" - Tonight at 8pm.
Formed in 1983, the veteran Milwaukee-based band's 11th album - "American Made" - embraces hoedown folk, Celtic-rooted mountain music, Chicago blues, zydeco, roadhouse soul, and roots rock.
The concert benefits D.A. Blodgett/ Saint John's - a 125-year-old non-profit agency working in partnership with our community for the good of all children.
An Evening with the BoDeans - live at Wealthy Theatre - tonight at 8pm
Tickets are just $20 for CMC members and available at the door
WYCE and Calvin College welcome Kishi Bashi - in concert at Ladies Literary Club - Wednesday, September 25.
His debut release - "151A" - is a set of chamber rock songs that fall somewhere between classically-minded indie pop and grandiose, psychedelic rock.
Tall Tall Trees opens the show.
Tickets for Kishi Bashi -September 25th - at Calvin dot E D U slash box office