all tracks listed in reverse chronological order
A Life In The Day Of B19: Tales Of The Tower Block
2007 via Dune
1974 via Luaka Bop
2003 via Dreamworks
The Clarence Greenwood Recordings
2002 via RCA
Rockford Blues Series (click for more info)
The 2007 Rogue River Blues series kicks off on June 12th with a performance by Tailshaker. A different band will be playing every Tuesday night at 7pm through August 14th in the Garden Club park in downtown Rockford. The schedule can be found at www.rockford.mi.us or by calling 866-4739.
2007 via Kill Rock Stars
Sky Blue Sky
2007 via Nonesuch
You Know I'm No Good [Remix]
Back To Black
2006 via Republic
Do I Move You
2003 via RCA
Give It Up Or Turnit A Loose
The 50th Anniversary Collection
2003 via Utv Records
The Literacy Center of West Michigan (click for more info)
As many as 1 in 8 adults in west Michigan cannot read or write above a ninth grade level. Low literacy often prevents these individuals from accessing the rich social and economic resources in our community.
You can make a difference by becoming a tutor. No special skills are needed - just an ability to read and write in English and a passion to help someone else do the same.
For more information, call Literacy Center of West Michigan at 616 459-5151 or sign up for a volunteer orientation online at "Literacy Center W M dot org."
Beds Are Burning
20,000 Watt R.S.L.
1997 via Sony Int'l
2005 via Geffen Records
2005 via Geffen Records
2007 via Fat Possum Records
Under the Pink
1994 via Atlantic / Wea
Wealthy Theatre (click for more info)
The Super Happy Funtime Burlesque: Fractured Fairy Tales show will be coming to Wealthy Theatre on Saturday June, 16th at 8:00pm. The show is an eclectic mix of comedy skits, dance, audience participation games, and live music.
More information is available at www.superhappyfuntimeburlesque.com or grcmc.org/theatre.
Spill the Wine
Shades Of Brown
2001 via Six Degrees
2007 via Cherry Tree
Wrap My Head Around That
2007 via Lost Highway
CMC/UICA Fundraiser (click for more info)
The Community Media Center and Urban Institute of Contemporary Arts join together to present The Lascivious Biddies at Wealthy Theatre on Wednesday, June 13 at 7:30pm. The group is an all-female cocktail quartet, with four-part harmony, blending jazz, pop and cabaret into a unique sound. This benefit will include a post party at the Wealthy Theatre, tickets can be purchased at the CMC, 616-459-4788 x133.
And I Was a Boy from School
2006 via Astralwerks
What If I Came to Get You-
We Are Wyoming
2005 via Red Buttons Records
Sail to the Moon (Brush the Cobwebs out of the Sky)
Hail to the Thief
2003 via Capitol
Zaman 8 & Hafez Modir
2007 via Six Degrees
The Water Festival (click for more info)
The 2nd Annual Water Festival will be held in Riverside Park on June 16. The event begins at 11am and goes until 10pm. Music will be performed throughout the day with brief talks in between sets. Performances from many local musicians Stepping In It, Rachel Davis, Breathe Owl Breathe, Seth Bernard and Daisy May, Hawks and Owls String Band, Ralston, Drew Nelson, Jen Sygit and Peter Madcat Ruth just to name a few. Information tables will be set up involving water, hands-on workshops, and educational presentations. Information is available at www.thewaterfestival.org. The person to contact for vendor, volunteer or sponsor opportunities is Becca Lynn at 785-3208 or at www.hawksandowls.com.
Jesus Gonna Be Here
1992 via Island
The Making of a Fundamentalist
Scientists, Save Us!
2006 via Independent
What It Is! Funky Soul And Rare Grooves (1967-1977)
2006 via Rhino
Dr. Lonnie Smith
I Want to Thank You [Live]
Live At Club Mozambique
1970 via Blue Note
Thursday Farmers Markets (click for more info)
The Westside Farmers' Market and the Southeast Area Farmers Market are open for the season.
The Westside market is held on Thursdays from noon until 6:00pm and Saturdays from 8:00am until noon in the rear parking lot of St. James Catholic Church located at 733 Bridge St. NW.
The Southeast Area market takes place on Thursdays from noon until 6:00 p.m. in the parking lot adjacent to Martin Luther King Jr. park, at Franklin St. and Fuller Avenue SE.
Both markets feature regional produce, baked goods and other locally made items.
Babylon to Beirut
Bellylicious, Vol. 2
2007 via Caroline
2000 via Blue Note Records
TV on the Radio
Return to Cookie Mountain [Bonus Tracks]
2006 via 4ad Records UK
20 Ways to Float Through Walls
2007 via Crammed Disc Us
Volunteer at Wealthy (click for more info)
Wealthy Theatre is in need of volunteers for their events this summer. Volunteer opportunities include, concessions, tickets and sound and lighting. If you have a few hours of time and would like to become involved in the historic Wealthy Theatre call 616 459-4788 Ext 109 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Bad Plus
Heart Of Glass
These Are The Vistas
2003 via Sony
Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds
There She Goes, My Beautiful World
Abattoir Blues - The Lyre of Orpheus
2004 via Anti
She's Nineteen Years Old
Buddy's Baddest (The Best Of Buddy Guy)
1999 via Jive
Our Time Has Passed
The World Won't End
2001 via Ashmont Records
Grandville Academy Fundraiser (click for more info)
The Grandville Academy for the Arts will be holding a fundraiser called DIA DEL SOL on June 21st from 5:00- 8:00pm. Some of the highlights of this year's event include hors dâoeuvres catered by San Chez, Latin music, and a silent auction featuring artwork from Arts Academy students and West Michigan artists.
Ticket information is available at 742-0692.
Panini Pua Kea
Alone In IZ World
2001 via Mountain Apple Company
Andromeda & The Milky Way
2003 via Maverick
2006 via Pheromone Records
Michigan Energy Fair (click for more info)
The 2nd Michigan Energy Fair will take place at the Manistee County Fairgrounds in Onekama on June 22-24. Mulitple speakers, seventy workshops and dozens of exhibitors will be present. As well as renewable energy home tours, energy efficiency tours, hands-on workshops, music, local foods, kid's activities on Saturday and much more. Information is available at www.glrea.org or call 800-434-9788.