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Traditions!

Traditions! Is A Weekly Two Hour Presentation Connecting The Stylistic Innovations Shaped By Early Influences, And Genre-Defining Legacies Of Pioneering Legends, With Unique Reinterpretations And Cross-Pollinating By Roots Revivalists - This Show Follows Musical Streams Passed Down Through Generations Into Music Birthed Upon American Soil. Thanks For Joining Us!

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Orlando Cachaito Lopez

Conversacion
Cachaito 2018 via World Circuit
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"When Music Is Tight It All Becomes Beautifully Loose." Traditions Returns Next Week

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Johnny Cash

Luther Played The Boogie [1959]
Johnny Cash At Sun 2014 via Sun
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Johnny Wrote This One For For Luther Perkins, Founding Member Of The Tennessee Three - An Iconic Figure In the Genre Of Rockabilly Music - Created Cash's Signature "Boom-Chicka-Boom" Style

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The Kwils

The Irish Rover
And A' That 1997 via Independent
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GR Flavor!

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(REQUESTED)

Glen Campbell

Everybody's Talkin'
Adios 2017 via Universal
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April 22, 1936 Arkansas - August 8, 2017 Tennessee

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Ella Logan

It's a Long Way To Tipperary [1912]
Spirits Of Rhythm 2014 via Doxy
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The Irish Regiment the Connaught Rangers Singing This Song As They Marched Through Boulogne On 13 August 1914 - One Of The Most Popular Hits Of The Time, Becoming Popular Among Soldiers In The First World War And Is Remembered As A Song Of That War

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9:40 am
Harmony Hall - Hannah & Sandra (click for more info)

Support for WYCE comes from Harmony Hall, located at 401 Stocking Avenue NorthWest. 

 Harmony Hall presents live music every Thursday at 8pm. All ages are welcome! 

 This week, Harmony welcomes local songwriters Hannah Rose Graves and Sandra Effert.

 Concert lineup, menu, and tap list at "Harmony Beer dot com"

Aretha Franklin

Spirit In The Dark [1971]
Aretha Franklin With King Curtis Live At Fillmore West 1971 via Atlantic
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March 25, 1942 Tennessee - August 16, 2018 Michigan (76)

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Cephas & Wiggins

Goin' to the River
Bluesmen 1993 via Chesky Records
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The Devil Makes Three

Castles
Chains Are Broken 2018 via New West
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First Time Spin

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John Hiatt

Cry To Me
The Eclipse Sessions 2018 via New West
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Street Date: 10/12 - First Release In Four Years - John Celebrates Number Sixty-Six Tomorrow

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(REQUESTED)

Gillian Welch

Wichita (Revival Outtake)
Boots No. 1- The Official Revival Bootleg 2016 via Acony
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Suggestion From The Online Stream

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9:20 am
Record Sale Fundraiser (click for more info)

WYCE is taking donations for the upcoming Annual CD & Record Sale Fundraiser!


 Eastown Streetfair takes place Saturday September 8th and the station will display donated collections of tapes, LPs, CDs, and even 8tracks! 

 If your garage sale doesn't go quite how you'd planned - consider a donation alternative. 

 To contribute a collection to the sale email c-a-ss-i-e@grcmc.org or visit the Community Media Center during business hours at 711 Bridge St NW

Blue & Lonesome Duo

Country Boy
Pacing The Floor 2018 via EllerSoul Records
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From The 'YCE Blues Alley

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Augie Meyers

Last Night I Cried
Trippin Out On Triplets 2010 via El Sandero
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San Antonio, TX - Founding Member Of Both the Sir Douglas Quintet And Texas Tornados

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Oliver The Crow

As The Crow Flies
Oliver The Crow 2018 via Independent
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Kaitlyn Raitz & Ben Plotnick

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Lakota Thunder

Way Of Life
Way Of Life 2004 via Makoche Music
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A Group That Records And Performs Lakota Traditional Music Out Of North Dakota - "Way Of Life," Honored With A Nammy For Outstanding Achievements In The Native American Music Industry

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9:00 am
Ferris Coffee (click for more info)

Coffee at WYCE is provided by Ferris Coffee - a local roaster with two cafe locations in Grand Rapids, Michigan. 

Ferris is a family owned and operated company with a mission to build thriving relationships through specialty coffee and nuts. 

You can find more information about their coffee and the people behind it at ferriscoffee.com

We Banjo 3

Dawn Breaks
Haven 2018 via Independent
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Dawn Has Broken; Good Morning

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Michigan Rattlers

Illinois Sky
Michigan Rattlers 2016 via Michigan Rattlers
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Pride Of Petoskey Appearing At Otus Supply In Ferndale, 9/28

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The Smithereens

The Stroll
Cover Tunes Collection 2018 via Smithereens Collection
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Undercover: The Diamonds, 1958

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Wild Rivers

Howling
Eighty-Eight [EP] 2018 via Independent
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Simon And Garfunkel

Flowers Never Bend In The Rainfall
Parsley, Sage, Rosemary And Tyme 1966 via Sony
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Third Studio Release - Written by Simon During A Sabbatical To England Searching For Inspiration To Conquer A Bout Of Writer's Block

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Jean Ritchie

See the Waters A-Glidin'
Clear Waters Remembered 1971 via Master Classics
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"The Mother Of Folk" - Ritchie's Career Formed A Bridge Between The Traditional And Modern Forms Of Folk Music -

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8:40 am
Promo - Electric Poetry (click for more info)

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Lucille Bogan

Man Stealer Blues
1930's Blues Classics 2004 via Document
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Born In 1897 Mississippi, Lucille Bogan Remained True To Her Roots As A Blues Stylist Making Her First Recordings In 1923 With Pianist Henry C. Callens. Bogan's Recording Career Stalled For Several Years Resuming In The Early 1930's Under The Pseudonym Bessie Jackson Carving Out a Reputation As a Dirty Blues Musician. Bogan's Career Flourished Until 1935. Leaving Performing And Moving To California, Miss Bogan Managed Of Her Son's Jazz Group "Bogan's Birmingham Busters," For Several Years; Passing On 1948.

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Lucille Bogan

Reckless Woman
Reckless Woman: 1927-1935 2001 via Document
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April 1, 1897 Mississippi - August 10, 1948 California

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Count Basie

One O'Clock Jump
Count Basie At Newport 1957 via Verve
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Recorded Live At The Iconic 1957 Newport Jazz Festival Uniting Basie's Contemporary Band With Its Greatest Alumni Including Kansas City Blues Shouter Jimmy Rushing, Thad Jones, Frank Wess, Lester Young, Illinois Jacquet And Roy Eldridge. A Truly Festive Event That Reached Back to The 1930's for Some Of Its Repertoire. This Is Basie At His Best - Count Basie Is Tuesday's WYCE Artist Of the Day!

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8:20 am
Record Sale Fundraiser (click for more info)

WYCE is taking donations for the upcoming Annual CD & Record Sale Fundraiser!


 Eastown Streetfair takes place Saturday September 8th and the station will display donated collections of tapes, LPs, CDs, and even 8tracks! 

 If your garage sale doesn't go quite how you'd planned - consider a donation alternative. 

 To contribute a collection to the sale email c-a-ss-i-e@grcmc.org or visit the Community Media Center during business hours at 711 Bridge St NW

Corb Lund

Cows Around
Cabin Fever 2012 via New West Records
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Alberta, Canada

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Bill Monroe

Southern Flavor [1989]
Bill Monroe: Live From Mountain Stage 1999 via Blue Plate
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Monroe Pickin' Up A Storm At 78 Live From Mountain Stage - One Of The Most Influential And Important Musician America Has Ever Produced - With Lester Flatt, Earl Scruggs And The Stanley Brothers Created A Sound As Distinctive As Any Musical Genre In The World

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The Slocan Ramblers

First Train In The Morning
Queen City Jubilee 2018 via Independent
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Quartet Of 'Grassers Out Of Canada

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John Hartford

Gum Tree Canoe
Gum Tree Canoe 1984 via Flying Fish Records
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Classic Hartford!

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Clay Parker And Jodi James

Every New Sky
The Lonesomest Sound That Can Sound 2018 via Independent
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Baton Rouge, LA

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8:00 am
Ferris Coffee (click for more info)

Coffee at WYCE is provided by Ferris Coffee - a local roaster with two cafe locations in Grand Rapids, Michigan. 

Ferris is a family owned and operated company with a mission to build thriving relationships through specialty coffee and nuts. 

You can find more information about their coffee and the people behind it at ferriscoffee.com