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"Mike brings his personality into the music he plays, heâ€™ll chat with you between sets and then you hear the story he is telling in the tunes he picks out. He takes you on a ride and itâ€™s not easy to park the car and get out. I learn something every time I listen to his show." Quinn Mathews, WYCE Station Manager "MikeontheMic is an advocate of everything WYCE, because he loves music with a passion. I expect to hear bubbling bass lines, soulful guitar, rocking drums, and powerful voices. In short though....what Mike brings to the listeners of WYCE is TRANSCENDENCE." AJ Paschka, Former WYCE Station Manager "When Mike's on the Mic, the music will be just a bit off center. He finds a way to lead you just beyond your range in an accessible manner. Obviously dedicated to the format and Community Radio." Lee, WYCE Volunteer Programmer "The World would be a better place if everyone was dancing. Also Playing Radio is great fun!" MikeontheMic, WYCE Volunteer Programmer
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Join WYCE From noon to 1 weekdays for the Red Hot Lunch! At high noon we bring you "Red Hot and NEW", a full set of music brand new to the WYCE library. Red Hot Lunch continues with twenty minutes of your favorite Blues selections with "Red Hot and BLUE"; and we top off the hour with "Red Hot and YOU", featuring music requested exclusively by YOU our listeners! It's the "Red Hot Lunch", weekdays from Noon to 1; right here on 88.1 FM WYCE.
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Local First believes a strong economy starts with local ownership and sustainable business practices. Local First helps business owners and entrepreneurs improve their impact in the community while educating the public on why supporting local matters. Their most recent initiative, Good for Grand Rapids, brings together and celebrates companies using business as a force for good. More information can be found at local first dot com.
"Songs From the Second Floor" is a collection of ephemeral performances that occur live on the air, in one take, right here on 88.1-FM WYCE.
This video series is produced by GRTV cable access, in collaboration with WYCE and The Rapidian, in order to capture and archive these rare moments.
Browse our online Songs from the Second Floor archive at the new "WYCE dot org."
Then you're just one click away from exclusive music video content from "Live at Wealthy Theatre" series and "WYCE Jammie Awards!"