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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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Robby Romero & Red Thunder

Born on the Rez
Red Thunder (25th Anniversary Edition) 2019 via Eagle Thunder
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"When Music Is Tight, It All Becomes Beautifully Loose." Traditions! Returns Next Wee

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Catherine Russell

Swing! Brother, Swing!
Harlem On My Mind 2016 via Jazz Village
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Catherine's Father, the Late Luis Russell Was A Legendary Pianist/bandleader/Arranger/Composer, And Louis Armstrong's Long-Time Collaborator And Musical Director

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(REQUESTED)

Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats

Still Out There Running
Tearing At The Seams 2018 via Stax/Concord
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Denver, CO, 2013 - The Album Is Grounded In Old-School Soul And R&B; Familiar Elements Of Soul And Garage Rock, Melded With Jazz And Folk And A Sprinkling Of Country

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Whitehorse

Baby, Scratch My Back
The Northern South, Vol. 2 [EP] 2019 via Six Shooter Records
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Reworking Slim Harpo, 1965

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Frank Solivan & Dirty Kitchen

Rikki Don't Lose That Number
If You Can't Stand The Heat 2019 via Frank Solivan
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Undercover: Steely Dan, 1974 (Pretzel Logic)

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9:40 am
Recreational Debut (click for more info)

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Enter The Haggis

Down With The Ship
Casualties Of Retail 2004 via United Opportunity
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Appearance: The State Theater In Bay City, 11/26

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Kaitlin Rose

The Drifter
The Other Side 2015 via Independent
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Appearing With Full Band Tonight At Salt Of The Earth, Fennville; First Set 6 PM

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(REQUESTED)

Doc Watson

Call Of The Wild
Southbound 1966 via Vanguard
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Doc's Second Studio Release Exposing Watson's Excellent Songwriting Skills

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Madcat & Kane

Sweet Home Chicago
Live At The Creole Gallery 2009 via Independent
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Shari Is Currently On Tour With Husband Dave Steele And Scheduled To Appear In Cadillac 3/9 For The Gopherwood Concert Series, And Madcat Returns To The Ark On 4/4 In Celebration Of His 70th Birthday

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9:20 am
WMBS (click for more info)

West Michigan Blues Society strives to promote and preserve the appreciation of blues music as a great American art form. 

If you're interested in joining or would like more information, visit wmbs dot org or the facebook page, West Michigan Blues Society.

Chick Webb With Taft Jordan

I Can't Dance [1934]
Jumpin' Jive 1999 via Horatio Nelson
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Chick Joined By Taft Jordan, Founding Member Of The Washboard Rhythm Kings And Heavily Influenced By Louis Armstrong

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Esther Phillips

Fever
For All We Know 1976 via Kudu Records
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Accompanied By Jazz Guitar Maestro The Late Joe Beck

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The Wandering

If I Had Possession Over Judgment
Go On Now, You Can't Stay Here 2012 via Songs of the South
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A Quintet Of Traditionally-Minded Musicians Hailing Memphis And North Mississippi Reworking The Great Robert Johnson

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Katherine Rondeau

Natchez Trace
Unfortunate Point Of View 2019 via Katherine Rondeau
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Burst Onto The Philadelphia Folk Scene In 2015; Giving A Sense Of Urgency To This Traditional Mountain Murder Ballad

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Nat "King" Cole & Gregory Porter

The Girl From Ipanema
Ultimate "King" Cole 2019 via Capitol
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A Timeless Crooner Meets A Modern Day Crooner

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9:00 am
UICA - Does it Explode (click for more info)

Support for WYCE comes from UICA. 


UICA is a gallery, a movie theater, a shop, and a space for events. 

The movie theater shows first-run foreign and independent films and our galleries feature exhibitions of relevant, contemporary artworks.  

UICA is presenting works by international artists in group exhibition titled "Or Does it Explode?" 

With a focus on refugee portraiture and descriptive text, the works present a glimpse at struggles faced by millions of individuals, globally, who are affected by forced migration. 

On view through June 16 - Learn more at uica.org

Preacher Boy

Seven's in the Middle, Son
The National Blues 2019 via Coast Road Records
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Arrived On The Scene In 1995 After A Career-Making Performance At The San Francisco Blues Festival

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Cajun Roosters ft. Sarah Savoy

Honky Tonk Angels
Transatlantic Sessions: Songs Of Death, Divorce, Drinking And Dancing 2011 via Cajun Roosters
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Reworking The Vintage 1952 Song By Kitty Wells

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Fred Neil

Gone Again
Bleecker And McDougal 1965 via Elektra
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Highly Praised Reclusive 1960's Singer/Songwriter; You May Know His Work By Other Musicians Including "Everybody's Talkin," By Harry Nilsson

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Natalie Merchant

Bleezer's Ice-Cream
Leave Your Sleep 2010 via Nonesuch
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The Album Is A Compilation Of Five Years Of Inspiration From A "Conversation" With Her Daughter Over The "First 6 Years Of Her Life"

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3hattrio

Tammy's Sister
Dark Desert Night 2015 via Okeedohkee

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8:40 am
Promo - Local Spins on WYCE (click for more info)

Local Spins on WYCE is a 1-hour exploration of the best music from the Grand Rapids area and West Michigan. The program often debuts new songs by seasoned artists as well as emerging acts who merit attention and broader exposure.

The show is hosted by John "SINK-uh-vitch" from LocalSpins.com, the website covering West Michigan's music scene. Each week, John invites local artists into the studio for live music and conversation.

Tune in for "Local Spins on WYCE" every Friday at 11am. And browse every archived episode online at WYCE dot org

Saunders King And His Orchestra

2 A.M. Hop [1944]
St. James' Infirmary Blues 2015 via Broken Audio
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Blues Spotlight: Pioneering R&B Guitarist Saunders King Had His First Hit In 1942. Influenced By Texas Guitarist T-Bone Walker, King Sang With The Southern Harmony Four During the Late 1930's. King Made His Greatest Impact On The Burgeoning West Coast Blues Scene Until A Prison Term Sidelined His Career for Several Years. Retiring From Music In 1961, King Dedicated Time To His Church til His Passing In 2000 At the Age Of 91

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Saunders King

Stormy Night Blues
Saunders King 1942-1948 2008 via Classic Blues
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March 13, 1909 Louisiana - August 31, 2000 California

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Larry Coryell

Terrain
Inner Urge 2001 via Highnote
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John Hicks, Piano...Don Sickler, Trumpet...Santi DeBriano, Bass...Yoron Israel, Drums...Larry Coryell, Guitar - - - - Guitarist Larry Coryell Was One Of The Premier Jazz-Fusion Artists Of The 1970's, And When The Mood Struck Played Strong, Straight-Ahead Guitar As Witnessed On "inner Urge," A 2001 Recording With Coryell And Company Bopping And Weaving Through Several Of Jazz Music's Finest Moments, Accompanied By Longtime Compatriots:

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8:20 am
The Rapidian! (click for more info)

The Rapidian is a hyper-local news source powered by you! This online citizen journalism project is intended to increase the flow of local news in the Grand Rapids community and its neighborhoods. The Rapidian empowers individuals to report the news from the inside out by providing tools, training, platforms and support. Get involved at the rapidian dot org The Rapidian is a service of the Grand Rapids Community Media Center.

The Everybodyfields

Magazines
Plague of Dreams 2005 via Captain Mexico Records
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Sam Quinn and Jill Andrews Out Of Johnson City, TN

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COMPILATIONS

Flowers of Edinburgh
Playing for Change 2005 via Higher Octave
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The Goat Dirt Road Band Giving Justice To The Traditional Fiddle Tune Of Scottish Lineage Dating From Near 1740; Its Composer Is Unknown

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Rockin' Johnny & Quique Gomez

Coffee Can Blues
Dos Hombres Wanted 2019 via VizzTone
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Ridden Many A Dusty Trail With Some Of The Last Of The Great Chicago Bluesmen

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Our Native Daughters

Quasheba, Quasheba
Songs Of Our Native Daughters 2019 via Smithsonian Folkways
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Allison Russell. Amythyst Kiah, Rhiannon Giddens, Leyla McCalla

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8:00 am
UICA - Does it Explode (click for more info)

Support for WYCE comes from UICA. 


UICA is a gallery, a movie theater, a shop, and a space for events. 

The movie theater shows first-run foreign and independent films and our galleries feature exhibitions of relevant, contemporary artworks.  

UICA is presenting works by international artists in group exhibition titled "Or Does it Explode?" 

With a focus on refugee portraiture and descriptive text, the works present a glimpse at struggles faced by millions of individuals, globally, who are affected by forced migration. 

On view through June 16 - Learn more at uica.org