all tracks listed in reverse chronological order
Live At Bonnaroo
2005 via Ato Records
2005 via Wax Orchard
The Wind Cries Mary
The Ultimate Experience
1993 via Mca
All At Sea
2004 via Umvd Import
Twenty Years of Radio (click for more info)
In celebration of our twentieth anniversary WYCE is seeking out the voices of the past. If you were a programmer in past years, we would like to speak with you. If you were a listener in the early days and you have a good story to tell about the station we need you to call us at the station and participate in our celebration of twenty years of community radio. Please call station manager Kevin Murphy at 616-459-4788 Extension 111 and let him know you are interested in helping us with our birthday project.
When the Ship Comes In
The Times They Are A-Changin'
1964 via Sony
Built To Spill
In Your Mind
Ancient Melodies Of The Future
2001 via Warner Bros / Wea
Won't U Please B Nice
Get Away From Me
2004 via Sony
The Real Tuesday Weld
I Loved London
The London Book of the Dead
2007 via Six Degrees
1968 via Blue Note Records
Jaycee Parade (click for more info)
The Grand Rapids Jaycees are seeking the community's help in filling local food and blood banks at the 4th Annual Grand Rapids Jaycees Patriot Day Parade on Saturday, Sept. 8. The Jaycees will be collecting non-perishable food items for the ACCESS of West Michigan's Food Pantry Program from 8:30 a.m. until the end of the parade at Veterans Memorial Park. The Michigan Community Blood Centers' Bloodmobile will also be on Sheldon Street next to Veterans Memorial Park from 8 a.m. until 1p.m. for the "Be a Hero" Blood Drive.
Parade information is available on the Grand Rapids Jaycees website at www.grjaycees.org.
Nicole Willis and the Soul Investigators
Keep Reachin' Up
2007 via Light In The Attic Records
The World Isn't Fair
1999 via Dreamworks
More Than the Fingers on My Hands
How Many Stories Do You Read on My Face
2007 via Circular Moves
The Good in Me is Dead
The Great American Novel EP
2002 via Pipe Records
True North Film Festival (click for more info)
The True North Film Festival will be held on September 14th at Wealthy Theatre starting at 7:30PM. This festival was created to inspire and foster the burgeoning Michigan filmmaking community. Short films from the competition will be played-but of the top ten films featured, a winner will be selected through audience participation and a panel of independent judges. That filmmaker will win the sum total of all the entry fees of the competition.
Doors open at 6:30PM.
More information is available at grcmc.org/theatre or by calling 616 459 4788 Ext 130.
How Long Blues
From The Cradle
1994 via Reprise / Wea
2003 via Righteous Babe
The Plain But Simple Truth
Time On Earth
2007 via Ato Records / Red
GR Ballet (click for more info)
The Grand Rapids Ballet Company will be offering classes for all ages and levels of ability in Ballet, Jazz, Hip-Hop, Modern and Pilates. The number to call for enrollment is 616.454.4771 ext. 17 or online at www.grballet.com.
2007 via Independent
2007 via Sony
The Historical Conquests Of Josh Ritter
2007 via Sony Music Distribution
Mustard Plug (click for more info)
Local ska band Mustard Plug invites WYCE listeners to their CD Release party on Sunday, September 16th at The Intersection Lounge.
âGrand Rapidsâ ownâ Mustard Plug have been playing ska throughout North America, Europe, Brazil and Japan for the last 16 years. The band is proud to release its latest record, "In Black and White" with this record release show in their home town. Other bands that will be playing are MU330, Whole Wheat Bread, West Bound Train and The Flaming Tsunamis.
Doors open at 5pm and the all ages show starts at 5:30.
Advance tickets are available at Vertigo Records or through Ticketmaster. Support for WYCE and this show comes from The Intersection Lounge, 133 Grandville Avenue Southwest.
Cephas & Wiggins
Chicken Can't Roost Too High For Me
Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad
1980 via Evidence
The Great Jazz Trio
The Shadow of Your Smile
Someday My Prince Will Come
2004 via Sony
House Where Nobody Lives
1999 via Epitaph
Americans In Corduroys
2006 via Signature Records
Truckstop Cobras (click for more info)
The Truck Stop Cobras are having a party to introduce their new release called "Live From Juke's Joint".
The recording is from a live performance at Jukes Bar earlier this year and is full of Truckstop Cobras original âTruckabillyâ songs. Special guests Muddy V & The House Rockers will be there also.
The CD release party is at Jukeâs Bar on 506 Leonard on Saturday, September 8th at 9:00PM.
Information is available by calling Jukeâs Bar at 616-458-5399.
Bless You Boys
Armed to the Teeth
2007 via Mackinaw Harvest
Over and Over
2006 via Astralwerks
Esbjorn Svensson Trio
Dolores in a Shoestand
2007 via Emarcy / Umgd
Walk for Sudan (click for more info)
Grace Episcopal and Sudanese Grace Church members are raising funds to purchase supplies for over 6,600 students in four cities in southern Sudan. "Walk For Sudan" will be held on Saturday September 22. Check -in will be at 8:00am in the St. Cecilia Music Society parking lot, 24 Ransom Avenue NE. the walk will begin at 8:30am. The number for information is 616-241-4631.
Wheels Within Wheels
2003 via Buddha / Bmg
Jenny Owen Youngs
Batten The Hatches
2007 via Nettwerk Records
2004 via Nonesuch
Take You On A Cruise
2004 via Matador Records
The More That I Know
World Within a World
2007 via Manhattan Records
Schuler's anniversary deal (click for more info)
Schuler Books & Music is helping the Community Media Center cap off its fundraising campaign in September.
On September 15th Schuler's will celebrate its 25th anniversary as an independent, local seller of books and music. The anniversary celebration will include live music from local artists, as well as a book-signing event with National Book Award winner Jonathan Franzen, author of the New York Times' bestseller "The Corrections."
Schuler will donate 20% of the proceeds from the sale of Franzen's books to the Community Media Center -- as well as a percentage of sales of music by Harry Lucas & The Lowdown -- one of the night's performers.
A full line-up, schedule and more information can be found at www.schulerbooks.com.
Everything I Do
1997 via Outpost Records
Lost and Gone Forever
1999 via Reprise / Wea
The Real McCoy
Center For Inquiry (click for more info)
The Center For Inquiry will bring author Susan Jacoby to speak at the Women's City Club on September 12th at 7:00pm.
She will be presenting her new book Freethinkers: A History of American Secularism.
Freethinkers celebrates the secular heritage that gave Americans the first government in the world founded not on the authority of God but on the bedrock of human reason.
The number to call for information on this event is 616-698-2342.