all tracks listed in reverse chronological order
Abandoned Shopping Trolley Hotline
2000 via EMI Int'l
The White Stripes
St. Andrews (This Battle Is in the Air)
2007 via Warner Bros / Wea
Wanna Get Up
Total Recall 2012
2007 via Mackrosoft LLC
Geek Aid (click for more info)
Geek Aid 2007 will take place on September 15 from noon until 5 pm in Sparta, Michigan at Rogers Park. This is the second annual eclectic band-fest event. Proceeds for the event will go to WMCAT (West Michigan Center for Arts and Technology).
This yearâs event will feature West Michigan bands including Righteous, Decades, and the Bimini Brothers. There will be a raffle drawing for prizes and a silent art auction featuring works created by students and faculty of WMCAT. A chicken barbeque meal will be available also. The website has more information at www.geekaidmich.com.
Give Me a Sad Song
2007 via Rounder / Umgd
Holiday and the Adventure Pop Collective
Potential Is a Dangerous Thing
2005 via Reincarnate Music
Harold Mabern Trio
Often Is a Word I Seldom Use
1973 via Atlantic / Wea
Punish the Monkey
Kill To Get Crimson
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.
Six Months Is a Long Time
An Oncoming Train
1992 via Highstreet
How Deep in the Blues (Do You Want to Go)
2007 via Concord Records
Wake to Echo
2003 via Near Mint Recording
The Historical Conquests Of Josh Ritter
2007 via Sony Music Distribution
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.
Blues to Professor Pickens
1998 via Grp Records
John Wesley Harding
1967 via Sony
Moo, You Bloody Choir
2007 via Sony
AIDS Walk (click for more info)
The 15th annual AIDS Walk will take place on Saturday, September 29, 2007. Walkers can register and take part in activities from 9-10 a.m. at 207 East Fulton, downtown. The 5K walk (3.1 miles) begins at 10:00 a.m. Monies raised will benefit six collaborating agencies that provide care and prevention activities for people living with HIV/AIDS. A percentage of the funds will go to World Vision to provide caregiver kits for volunteers that care for those living with AIDS in Africa, Asia and Latin America. The number to call for information is 456-9063 and the website is www.aidswalkmichigan.org.
When I Was Lost
Oh Hear Us
2006 via Epoisse Records
2002 via Palmetto Records
I Was Dancing in the Lesbian Bar
Surrender To Jonathan
1996 via Vapor Records
You Pay Your Money And you Take Your Chance - live
1997 via Rykodisc
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.
2006 via Independent
Clark Terry and Max Roach
Let's Cool One
2002 via Sony
Come Calling (His Song)
Lay It Down
1996 via Geffen Records
Actor's Theatre (click for more info)
Actorâs Theatre will be presenting the play âGoing To St. Ivesâ, a story of two women who have different personal and political views, who discover they are each trying to accomplish the greatest good.
Performances will be January 24th through 26th and January 31st through February 2nd. at the Spectrum Theatre at 160 fountain NE, all shows start at 8:00pm
Actor's Theatre website is at www.actorstheatregrandrapids.com. The box office phone number is 234-3946.
This Magnificent Distance
2004 via Vector Recordings
The Ministry of Truth
The Coalition Of The Willing
2006 via Rope-a-Dope
Station to Station
2002 via Artemis Records
The Invisible Band
2001 via Sony
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.
Precious Lord, Take My Hand
Salvation In Lights
2007 via Sony
Robinella & the CC String Band
Blanket for My Soul
2002 via Columbia Records
More Beautiful Than Death
2000 via Accurate Records
The Polyphonic Spree
Section 28 [Guaranteed Nightlite]
The Fragile Army
2007 via TVT Records
HipCool (click for more info)
The Community Media Center's Spotlight Series at Wealthy Theatre continues Saturday September 22nd with HipCool: a Beat Poetry & Performance Revival.
"Spontaneous creativity" and "purposeful chaos" are phrases that apply to the cultural renaissance of the 50's and 60's "beat era". In this one-of-a-kind event, the audience will be immersed in the literature, art and music of the period. HipCool is a production of the Community Media Center and directed by Greg Bliss. Poets and musicians, experimental video and dramatic interpretation of key Beat moments will grace the stage of Wealthy Theatre.
That's HipCool September 22nd 8:00pm at Wealthy Theatre. Tickets are available by calling 459-4788 x131, more information online www.wealthytheatre.org
Tough On Crime
2005 via The Lab
Hello, Dear Wind
2006 via Suicide Squeeze
UICA (click for more info)
Classes begin soon at UICA in the clay studio, they are taught by local artists and include throwing on the potters wheel or screen printing on clay. Interested students can register by calling 454-7000 Ext 20.