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Playlist from 07/30/2014 @ 9:00am

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DarlenYa

Year Of The Snake
Curves Ahead 2013 via Earthwork Music

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Steppin' In It

Give My Regards to Miss Moline
AT THE GREEN DOOR 2010 via Earthworks

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Gillian Welch

The Way It Goes
The Harrow & The Harvest 2011 via Acony Records
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Jonny Carroll

Willow
The Willow EP 2014 via Independent

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11:40 am
Thrive: A Refugee Support Program (click for more info)

South Wyoming United Methodist Church 2730 56th St. SW Wyoming, MI 49418 (616) 206-4477 refugeesupportgr@hotmail.com http://www.facebook.com/thrive.refugeesupport.gr

Seth Bernard

American Earth
Reconciliation & The Mystical Beyonda 2014 via Earth Work

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(LIVE IN STUDIO!)

Alejandro Escovedo

Chelsea
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Billy Strings & Don Julin

Summertime
Rock of Ages 2013 via Independent

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Mark Lavengood

Centennial Stomp
No Part of Nothin 2014 via Earth Work

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11:20 am
MacKenzie's Animal Sanctuary (click for more info)

http://www.mackenzies.info/ 8935 Thompson RD Lake Odessa, MI 48849 616.693.2490

Steve Talaga

Sunset Over Founders
Heartside Sketches 2010 via na

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Robert Mirabal

The Dance
Music From a Painted Cave 2001 via Silver Wave
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Theo Croker

Visions
AfroPhysicist 2014 via Okeh
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COMPILATIONS

Tende Drumming
Rough Guide to Saharah 2014 via World Music Network

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11:00 am
Homes of Hope (click for more info)

homesofhope@gmail.com

http://HomesofHopeMI.com

An Dro

Curmudgeon
An Dro Live 2013 2013 via Independent

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Jodee Lewis

There Is a Fountain
Whiskey Halo 2014 via Independent

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Conor Oberst

Night At Lake Unknown
Upside Down Mountain 2014 via Nonesuch
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Dawes

Stories Don't End
Stories Don't End 2013 via HUB
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10:40 am
Meijer Gardens Summer Concerts: Conor Oberst with Dawes (click for more info)

Meijer Gardens Summer Concert Series and WYCE welcome Conor Oberst with Dawes - live in concert, Thursday, July 31st.

Conor Oberst may be best known for his work with Bright Eyes, with whom he released 9 albums from the mid-90s. His new solo album Upside Down Mountain was released in May.

Oberst will be backed by Los Angeles, California folk rock band Dawes, who will also perform their original "authentically vintage" songs.

Ozomatli

Place In The Sun
Place In The Sun 2014 via Vanguard
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Taken by Trees

My Boys
East Of Eden 2009 via Rough Trade Us
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10:30 am

Valentiger

Ugly Side of Town (Neither Here Nor There)
Stray Animals 2014 via Above Board

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Red Wanting Blue

Bumpy Ride
Little America 2014 via Fanatic
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10:20 am
Amnesty International Grand Rapids (click for more info)

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Amnesty-International-Grand-Rapids-MI-Local-Group/176688042379563?sk=photos http://www.amnestyusa.org/ Twitter: @ai_grandrapids

Abigail Washburn

City of Refuge
City Of Refuge 2011 via Rounder
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Ella Fitzgerald

Witchcraft
Love Letters From Ella 2007 via Concord Records
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Project Trio

Now
Instrumental 2014 via Independent
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Uncle Tupelo

Moonshiner
89/93: An Anthology 2002 via Sony
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The Black Crowes

Good Morning Captain
Before the Frost-Until the Freeze 2009 via Red Distribution
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10:00 am
Camp Blodgett [audio PSA] (click for more info)

http://www.campblodgett.org/ http://flickr.com/photos/campblodgett/

Johnny Cash

Don't Think Twice, It's Alright
Bootleg, Vol. III - Live Around the World 2011 via Columbia / Legacy

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Iron & Wine

Naked as We Came
Our Endless Numbered Days 2004 via Sub Pop
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Serita's Black Rose

Rainbow
Serita's Black Rose 2012 via Independent

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Mid-life Crisis

Lucky
It's Always Something 2009 via Mackinaw Harvest

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9:40 am
Tuesday Evening Music Club: week 6 (click for more info)

WYCE and Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park present Tuesday Evening Music Club!

This Tuesday, August 5th, Meijer Gardens welcomes classic rock band Mid-Life Crisis and the funk-and-soul of Serita's Black Rose.

The summer concert series allows visitors of all ages to enjoy the talent of local musicians, beautiful summer weather and the ambience of Meijer Gardens' sculpture and gardens. The entire facility will be open to visitors until 9 PM on concert nights. Guests can bring picnic food or enjoy amphitheater concessions.

Concerts are free with paid admission to Meijer Gardens and all Tuesday Evening Music Club concerts begin at 7 pm.

More information is available at our website wyce dot o r g

Rebirth Brass Band

Rebirth Makes You Dance
Move Your Body 2014 via Basin Street
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David Byrne

The Man Who Loved Beer
Grown Backwards 2004 via Nonesuch
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Organissimo

My Sweet Potato Pie
Groovadelphia 2008 via CDBY

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John Butler Trio

Young and Wild
Flesh & Blood 2014 via Vanguard
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9:20 am
Meijer Gardens Summer Concerts: John Butler Trio (click for more info)

Meijer Gardens Summer Concert Series and WYCE welcome the return of John Butler Trio to Meijer Amphitheater, this Friday, August 1st.

The John Butler Trio is an Australian roots and jam band led by guitarist and vocalist John Butler. The band has won 5 ARIA awards, celebrating the best in Australian music, including Best Independent Release and Best Blues & Roots Album.

Tickets and complete concert listing - at M-E-I-J-E-R gardens dot org

Frank Zappa

Trouble Every Day
Kill Ugly Radio Some More 1995 via Rykodisc
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Nicholas James and the Bandwagon

Saturday Night
Saturday Night 2011 via Independent

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Greensky Bluegrass

Road To Nowhere
Live at Bell's 2008 via Big Blue Zoo

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Ultraviolet Hippopotamus

North Coast
Songs For The Reaper 2008 via CDBY

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9:00 am
Artists Creating Together (click for more info)

Artists Creating Together is a nonprofit organization empowering people with disabilities to learn, grow, and celebrate through the arts. 

Art is a vital part of development: it builds social and cognitive skills, fosters independence and promotes self confidence. 

ACT believes art is a fundamental tool in helping people reach their full potential, and provides art class for all ages and abilities; ranging from visual arts, dance, and drumming, to gardening or creative healing. 

To learn more about ACT's classes or ways to be involved, visit "artists creating together dot org"