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Backatown 2010 via Verve Forecast
A rockin', stompin' tour through the blues, rock and edgy folk with world beat and jazz accents. No room for the esoteric here.
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
http://www.feedingamericawestmichigan.org/ 864 West River Center Dr. Comstock Park, MI 49321 (616) 784-3250
Support for WYCE comes from Listening Room and Studio C presenting Listening Lawn.
The Listening Lawn, located in the central Studio Park Piazza at 123 Ottawa Ave in Downtown Grand Rapids, is an outdoor event series featuring live music, panels, drag performance art, and improv comedy.
Coming up tonight on the lawn it's an evening with The Insiders - Tom Petty Tribute Band!
The Listening Lawn opens at 7PM. Show starts at 8.
Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital was founded in 1891 to provide medical care for patients of limited financial means in our community. Mary Free Bed exists to restore independence, hope and freedom through physical rehabilitation to people with disabilities. For adult and pediatric patients alike, Mary Free Bed provides comprehensive rehabilitation services. More Information - Mary Free Bed dot com
Play Community Update
Support today comes from Audiotree Presents, booking concerts in independent venues around the state of Michigan.
Upcoming shows include Free Throw, October 27 at the Pyramid Scheme, Michigander, October 29 at the Pyramid Scheme, and Larkin Poe, October 30 at Fountain Street Church.
Tickets and more information are available at audiotree presents dot com
Local First believes a strong economy starts with local ownership and sustainable business practices. Local First helps business owners and entrepreneurs improve their impact in the community while educating the public on why supporting local matters. Their most recent initiative, Good for Grand Rapids, brings together and celebrates companies using business as a force for good. More information can be found at local first dot com.