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Playlist from 03/22/2017 @ 9:00am

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May Erlewine

So Far Away
The Little Things 2016 via Earth Work
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Wire In The Wood

April's Song
All Fall Apart 2017 via Independent

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Delbert McClinton & Self-Made Men

Like Lovin' Used to Be
Prick Of The Litter 2017 via Hot Shot Records
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Jens Lekman

How We Met, the Long Version
Life Will See You Now 2017 via Secretly Canadian
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11:40 am
AOTM: Jens Lekman (click for more info)

WYCE Album of the Month Club members are receiving Life Will See You Now, the fourth album from Swedish singer/songwriter "Yens LEK-men" - courtesy of Secretly Canadian Records. His music is guitar-based pop with lyrics that are often witty, romantic, and melancholic in the vein of Jonathan Richman, David Byrne and Magnetic Fields.

Get a new, hand-picked album in your mailbox each month with a donation of just $30 a month to WYCE! To find out more, contact quinn@grcmc.org

(REQUESTED)

Meshell Ndegeocello

Love Song #1
Comfort Woman 2003 via Maverick
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Morgan Haner

One Mistake At A Time
Transmitter Blues 2017 via Independent
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Mark Knopfler

We Can Get Wild
Kill to Get Crimson 2007 via Warner Bros / Wea
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The Verve Pipe

I Cant Get You Off Of My Mind
Parachute 2017 via LMNO Pop

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Slim Gypsy Baggage

Underwater (Featuring Baggage)
Undercurrents 2017 via Independent
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11:20 am
Bethany Refugee Foster Care (click for more info)

Bethany Christian Services - Refugee Foster Care Program http://www.bethany.org/grandrapids/refugee-foster-care refugeefostercare@bethany.org 616-224-7540

Big Dudee Roo

Here in Our Hands
Dudee Free 2016 via Earth Work

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Eric Engblade

Pipelines In The Backyard
Eric Engblade 2016 via Independent
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Pete Seeger

Down by the Riverside
Live At Newport 1993 via Vanguard Records
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Milo Birch

Changing
Stepping Up 2015 via Earth Work (like)
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11:00 am
SCMC - Joey Alexander (click for more info)

St. Cecilia Music Center is pleased to present jazz piano prodigy Joey Alexander TOMORROW NIGHT as part of the 2017 jazz series.


At twelve years old, Joey Alexander has been nominated for three Grammy Awards; featured on the CBS Show "60 Minutes"; and has performed at the White House, the Grammy awards show, Lincoln Center, and at jazz festivals around the globe. 

Born in Bali, Joey first encountered a piano at the age of six, and was immediately able to pick out by ear the melody of jazz standards from his father's record collection. Learning by listening, Joey was playing jazz festivals by the age of eight. His early influences include Duke Ellington, Thelonious Monk, Bill Evans, John Coltrane, Miles Davis and Wynton Marsalis, who calls Joey "the real deal." 

The young prodigy with the soul of an old jazz musician performs at St. Cecilia Music Center tomorrow at 7:30pm. 

Tickets available at SCMC dash online dot org
(REQUESTED)

Lori McKenna

If Whiskey Were a Woman
The Bird & The Rifle 2016 via thirty tigers
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The Crane Wives

Know How
Foxlore 2016 via Independent

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Caleb Johnson

Hanging With The Band
Single 2017 via Big Johnson Records
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The Go Rounds

Come To Me
The Go Rounds 2011 via Strutt Records

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Vox Vidorra

I Saw Love
Promise Land 2015 via Independent

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10:40 am
Pyramid Scheme: The Go Rounds + Vox Vidorra (click for more info)

Support for WYCE comes from The Pyramid Scheme, a pub and music venue in the Heartside neighborhood.

This Friday, March 24th, The Pyramid Scheme welcomes two Jammie Award-winning west Michigan bands in one night!


Grand Rapids indie-soul band Vox Vidorra shares the stage with the beauty and fury of Kalamazoo's The Go Rounds.

Tickets and more details can be found at pyramid scheme bar dot com

Lizzo

Batches and Cookies
LIZZOBANGERS 2013 via Burnside Distribution
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10:30 am

Todd Rundgren's Utopia

Utopia Theme
na 1974 via na
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10:20 am
St Cecilia: Margo Price (click for more info)

The Acoustic Café Folk Series continues at St. Cecilia Music Center - Thursday April 6th - with a show by country music's rising star sensation Margo Price and her full band. 

Margo's debut album "Midwest Farmer's Daughter" marks the arrival of a singular new talent. It was recorded at the legendary Sun Studios and is an invitation, a mission statement and a starkly poetic summary of the 32-year old singer's life. 

Her music recalls hardships and heartaches. Her voice is an alluring mix of vulnerability and resilience, calling to mind the likes of Loretta Lynn and Dolly Parton. 

Margo Price performs Thursday, April 6th at 7:30 at St. Cecilia Music Center. Tickets available at "SCMC dash online dot org"

Carolyn Koebel

Astral Nature
Breathing Together - Collected Works Vol. II 2017 via Independent

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Public Access

Ira Glass
Public Access 2016 via Earthwork Music
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(REQUESTED)

Keb' Mo'

Hand It Over
Just Like You 1996 via Sony
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10:00 am
Underwriting (click for more info)

Want to get the word out about a special event? Interested in sharing some words of wisdom or spreading the word about a nonprofit organization that's doing great work in our community?


Become a WYCE Day Sponsor! WYCE underwriting is affordable, effective, and easy-to-do. As a Day Sponsor, your message will be shared 13 times - on-the-hour, every hour throughout the day. Evening, late night and custom sponsorship packages are also available. 

Get started today! - Email quinn@grcmc.org or call 616-459-4788 extension 111

Yoshida Brothers

Storm
Yoshida Brothers 2003 via Domo Records
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Organissimo

Dear Prudence
B3tles 2017 via Big O

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The Bootstrap Boys

Drink Twice for Yes
Country Songs for Sale 2015 via Independent

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9:40 am
Fulton Street Artisans Market (click for more info)
Fulton Street Artisans Market 1147 E Fulton SE Grand Rapids, MI 49506 http://www.grartmarket.com/ info@grartmarket.com 616-258-4424

Tedeschi Trucks Band

Keep On Growing
Live From The Fox Oakland 2017 via Fantasy/Concord
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Dolly Parton

Shine
Little Sparrow 2001 via Sugarhill [Country]
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Margo Price

Four Years Of Chances
Midwest Farmers Daughter 2016 via Third Man
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9:20 am
St Cecilia: Margo Price (click for more info)

The Acoustic Café Folk Series continues at St. Cecilia Music Center - Thursday April 6th - with a show by country music's rising star sensation Margo Price and her full band. 

Margo's debut album "Midwest Farmer's Daughter" marks the arrival of a singular new talent. It was recorded at the legendary Sun Studios and is an invitation, a mission statement and a starkly poetic summary of the 32-year old singer's life. 

Her music recalls hardships and heartaches. Her voice is an alluring mix of vulnerability and resilience, calling to mind the likes of Loretta Lynn and Dolly Parton. 

Margo Price performs Thursday, April 6th at 7:30 at St. Cecilia Music Center. Tickets available at "SCMC dash online dot org"

Coco Montoya

I'll Find Someone Who Will
Hard Truth 2017 via Alligator Records
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(REQUESTED)

The Tragically Hip

Morning Moon
We Are The Same 2009 via Zoe Records
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The Duffield Caron Project

Lets Work Together
Alright, You Win! 2017 via Independent
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Joey Alexander

It Might as Well Be Spring
My Favorite Things 2015 via Motema
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9:00 am
SCMC - Joey Alexander (click for more info)

St. Cecilia Music Center is pleased to present jazz piano prodigy Joey Alexander TOMORROW NIGHT as part of the 2017 jazz series.


At twelve years old, Joey Alexander has been nominated for three Grammy Awards; featured on the CBS Show "60 Minutes"; and has performed at the White House, the Grammy awards show, Lincoln Center, and at jazz festivals around the globe. 

Born in Bali, Joey first encountered a piano at the age of six, and was immediately able to pick out by ear the melody of jazz standards from his father's record collection. Learning by listening, Joey was playing jazz festivals by the age of eight. His early influences include Duke Ellington, Thelonious Monk, Bill Evans, John Coltrane, Miles Davis and Wynton Marsalis, who calls Joey "the real deal." 

The young prodigy with the soul of an old jazz musician performs at St. Cecilia Music Center tomorrow at 7:30pm. 

Tickets available at SCMC dash online dot org