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Playlist from 06/01/2016 @ 9:00am

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Hush Lane

What Becomes Of Us
What Becomes of Us 2016 via Independent
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(LIVE IN STUDIO!)

Amy Andrews

Love Potion #9
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Tom Wall of Cosmic Knot

Dream
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11:40 am

Earthwork covers Earthwork

Friends with the Weather
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The Weatherheads

Last Deejay
Live At One Trick Pony 2010 via Independent

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11:20 am

Hannah Rose Graves and Justin Wierenga

What Love Is To Me
Everything We Already Knew 2014 via Independent
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Public Access

Yuki Noguchi
Public Access 2016 via Earthwork Music
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Lady Ace Boogie

Express Myself
Feel Good Music 2015 via Hot Capicola Records

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Tunde Olaniran

Let Me Go
Transgressor 2015 via Quite Scientific

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11:00 am
Local First (click for more info)

Today's WYCE Business Day Sponsor is Local First. 

Local First is a nonprofit organization that believes an economy grounded in local ownership and sustainable business practices will build local wealth and encourage a joyful community. 

This summer, Local First is proud to host the 13th annual Street Party, a celebration of local music, local food, and local beer on June 4. Learn more at local first [dot] com or by calling 616-808-3788.

The Zannies

Shattered Mean Girls
Wannabe 2016 via Independent

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Watching For Foxes

Young Blood, Old Bones
Until The Winter Comes - EP 2015 via Independent

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The Accidentals

Michigan and Again
Parking Lot 2016 via Independent

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10:40 am
Circle Theatre (click for more info)
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

Harper

Show Your Love
Show Your Love 2016 via Bluharp
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The Muteflutes

Sway
Hideaway Love 2016 via Independent

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10:30 am

Bob Dylan

Blowin' in the Wind
The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan 1963 via Sony
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COMPILATIONS

I'll Fly Away
O Brother, Where Art Thou 2011 via Lost Highway

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10:20 am
Grand Rapids Civic Theatre - Caroline or Change (click for more info)

Support for WYCE comes from the Civic Theatre, presenting Caroline, or Change June 3-19. The show tells a story of the bittersweet world of a black maid emotionally caught between the values of the family she works for and her community's shifting hope in the 1963 Era of JFK, Martin Luther King, and Vietnam.  Inspired by the sounds of Motown, delta blues, Gospel and Broadway.  ONLY at Grand Rapids Civic Theatre, June 3-19 visit GRCT.org for tickets.  

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Maktub

No Quarter
Khronos 2003 via Velour Recordings
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Tony Nawrocki

Lake Michigan
Ladyslipper 2016 via Independant
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Old Crow Medicine Show

Wagon Wheel
Old Crow Medicine Show 2004 via Nettwerk Records
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Joshua Davis

The Workingman's Hymn
Magnolia Belles 2011 via Earthwork

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The Crane Wives

The Garden
Foxlore 2016 via Independent

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10:00 am
Local First (click for more info)

Today's WYCE Business Day Sponsor is Local First. 

Local First is a nonprofit organization that believes an economy grounded in local ownership and sustainable business practices will build local wealth and encourage a joyful community. 

This summer, Local First is proud to host the 13th annual Street Party, a celebration of local music, local food, and local beer on June 4. Learn more at local first [dot] com or by calling 616-808-3788.

G. Love

Let the Music Play
Lemonade 2006 via Brushfire Records
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U2

I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For [Live]
Rattle And Hum 1988 via Island
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Fleetwood Mac

Silver Springs
Rumours 1977 via Warner
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Black Pistol Fire

Morning Star
Don't Wake The Riot 2016 via Modern Outsider
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9:40 am
Black Pistol Fire - The Intersection (click for more info)

Support for WYCE comes from The Intersection, presenting Black Pistol Fire on June 15th. Yahoo Music described Black Pistol Fire as "a power duo that can almost match the power and intensity of the massive rock sounds of the likes of Led Zeppelin and Fleetwood Mac... in a breakout set." For more information and tickets visit s-e-c-t-i-o-n-l-i-v-e dot com 

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Spiritualized

Get What You Deserve
Sweet Heart, Sweet Light 2012 via Fat Possum
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Reverend Horton Heat

Hardscrabble Woman
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Roosevelt Diggs

Do No Harm
Songs From The Shed 2014 via Independent

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The Change

Sunrise (Studio Cut)
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9:20 am
Fair Housing Center of West Michigan (click for more info)
The Fair Housing Center of West Michigan works to eliminate practices of housing discrimination and to promote diverse, open communities through education and advocacy. Fair Housing Center recognizes the importance of "home" as a component of the American dream and envisions our community free from housing discrimination where equal housing opportunity, access, and choice are enjoyed by all. Learn more at FHC WM dot org

Soja

Lucid Dreams Ft. Nahko
Amid The Noise And Haste 2014 via ATO
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Ultraviolet Hippopotamus

North Coast
Songs For The Reaper 2008 via CDBY

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Chris Bathgate

In The City
Salt Year 2011 via Quite Scientific Records

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Mark Lavengood

Centennial Stomp
Resurrection EP 2012 via Independent

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9:00 am
Local First (click for more info)

Today's WYCE Business Day Sponsor is Local First. 

Local First is a nonprofit organization that believes an economy grounded in local ownership and sustainable business practices will build local wealth and encourage a joyful community. 

This summer, Local First is proud to host the 13th annual Street Party, a celebration of local music, local food, and local beer on June 4. Learn more at local first [dot] com or by calling 616-808-3788.