Heartless BastardsSwamp Song
Stairs and Elevators 2004 via Fat Possum
Playing the best of [insert favorite artists here] since [insert random year here]!
Tune in to WYCE for intimate in-studio interviews - and live performances - from local and touring musicians. We bring you up close to some of our favorite acts as they share brand new songs - often before they're even released - with stories and insights behind the music.
Then, check out "WYCE dot org" for an audio archive of recent in-studio performances. While you're there, browse our calendar of upcoming artist visits!
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Alternatives in Motion strives to provide wheelchairs to individuals who do not qualify for other assistance, and who could not obtain such equipment without financial aid. To get into a chair or to get involved visit alternatives in motion dot org
Join us tomorrow at noon for our next episode of GR Live! We'll be broadcasting live from HOME at The BOB in downtown Grand Rapids.
This week, host Quinn Mathews presents performances by "Plain Jane Glory", "Emma Loo", and "Nikki's Wives".
Those who are part of the live audience can enjoy a Bobarino's pizza buffet and beverages from BOB's Brewery! If you can't make it, tune in to hear the show from noon to 1pm right here on WYCE!
GR Live is made possible by Experience Grand Rapids, Downtown Grand Rapids, INC. and Founders Brewing - more information and schedule at "GR Live Radio dot com"
The Arc Kent County advocates for the rights and full participation of all people with developmental disabilities. Together with members, The Arc Kent County works to improve systems of support and services; connect families; inspire communities and influence public policy. They are committed to building inclusive communities through advocacy, support and information. More information at Arc Kent dot org
The Junior League of Grand Rapids is an organization of women committed to promoting volunteerism; developing the potential of women; and improving communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. The Junior League empowers women to take action in the greater Grand Rapids area through leadership training and development. Meet some amazing women; learn about the League, their projects and fundraisers at Junior League GR dot com
WYCE and the Gilmore Collection and Denison Financial are pleased to present the 17th annual WYCE Bubble Bash - a holiday celebration featuring sparkling wines from around the world.
Our friends at The BOB host this great party as a fundraiser for WYCE every year. A donation of $25 lets you sample 14 varieties of sparkling wines, plus a fabulous spread of ORR DERVES to accompany the bubbly. The event also features chances to win prizes like WYCE swag, concert tickets, and other cool stuff. So bring your friends, family or business clients out for some pre-Christmas cheer, while supporting community radio!
The Bubble Bash - Thursday, December 22nd at 5:00pm at H.O.M.E. inside the BOB. No advance tickets are available, cash or check to WYCE is payable at the door. This event is made possible by The Gilmore Collection and Denison Financial.
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Have you been a programmer for the Best Little Radio Station Around?
In celebration of our 30th Anniversary WYCE is trying to reconnect with former programmers and would love to hear from you!
Please send your name, contact info, years you were on-air, and any other personal message to firstname.lastname@example.org. That's "WYCE 30-T-H at G Mail dot com"
The Community Spay-Neuter Initiative Partnership (C-SNIP) seeks to significantly reduce the overpopulation of dogs and cats in West Michigan by providing low-cost spay and neuter services and by supporting all efforts that promote humane population control. C-SNIP is always looking for volunteers who share the belief that sterilization of dogs and cats results in healthier pets and reduces the number of abandoned and unwanted pets. More information about C-SNIP can be found by calling 616-455-8220 or by emailing email@example.com