all tracks listed in reverse chronological order
Playing the best of [insert favorite artists here] since [insert random year here]!
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Almost You- The Songs of Elvis Costello
2003 via Bar None Records
Bela Fleck & the Flecktones
A Moment So Close
2000 via Sony
2003 via Vanguard Records
Cruisin' in My Super Beetle
2000 via Reincarnate Music
Nerissa & Katryna Nields
When I Let You into My Closet
This Town Is Wrong
2004 via Rounder / Pgd
Local Resonance (click for more info)
Tune in to WYCE on Friday, March 14th at 11:00 a.m. for Local Resonance, our show about live and local music in West Michigan.
This week's show will feature an interview and in-studio performances from the band Simien the Whale, plus another installment of My Three Songs.
Local Resonance, Friday mornings at 11:00 on WYCE -- and archived on the web, at wyce.org/local.
Chris Daniels & The Kings
Who's Makin Love
2005 via Moon Voyage
Someone Else Is Steppin' in (Slippin' Out, Slippin' In)
Buddy's Baddest (The Best Of Buddy Guy)
1999 via Jive
The Blue Moods of Spain
1995 via Restless Records
RR and R Dub
1994 via Ras
Hat Trick Beneficiaries (click for more info)
WYCE is planning the upcoming Spring Hat Trick Concert Series where a hat is passed to benefit area non-profits. If you know of a non-profit that you would like to nominate to be the beneficiary of one of the next Hat Trick concerts please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and she can provide you with an application.
1970 via Universal Import
Your Next Bold Move
2007 via Righteous Babe
I Knew the Bride (When She Used to Rock & Roll)
A Pile of Rock- Live
2001 via Castle Us
Amy Adams & the Hank Sinatras
Cul de Sac
Ladies Must Dress
39th Annual Festival applications (click for more info)
The 39th Festival of the Arts in Grand Rapids is the largest all-volunteer arts event in the nation. Deadlines for participation are approaching art sales and art on the spot applications are due February 9th. Performance Applications are due February 29th.
You can find out more on being involved with Festival online at www.festivalofthearts.org or the phone number is (616) 459-1300.
Handcream for a Generation
2002 via Wiiija
dis is da drum
Jazziz - August ï¿½95
A Child's Introduction to Drums
Playing With Scratches
2007 via Grease
Tubular Bells II
1992 via Reprise / Wea
a note about this track
Yes, that was Alan Rickman introing the various instruments in "The Bell"
Eve Ensler (click for more info)
Playwright, performer and activist Eve Ensler will speak at Fountain Street Church. Ensler, award-winning author of The Vagina Monologues, has just completed a tour of 20 North American cities with her newest play, The Good Body, following engagements on Broadway in NYC and ACT in San Francisco.
Eve Ensler will speak on Thursday, February 7th at 7PM at Fountain Street Church, 24 Fountain NE.
Sponsored by the West Michigan Womenâs Studies Council
The Cash Brothers
How Was Tomorrow
2001 via Zoe Records
2008 via OW OM Finished Recorded Products
You Ought to Be With Me
Al Green's Greatest Hits
1995 via Capitol
Sweetheart Like You
A Nod to Bob- An Artists' Tribute to Bob Dylan on His 60th Birthday
2001 via Red House
I Only Want to Be with You
Just A Little Lovin'
2008 via Lost Highway
Cabin Fever Blues Series (click for more info)
WYCE and the West Michigan Blues Society are proud to announce the return of the Cabin Fever Blues Series, sponsored by the law firm of Varnum Riddering Schmidt & Howlett.
The next band to play Cabin Fever is Watermelon Slim and the Workers. They will be heating up the house and the dance floor with selections off of their new release "The Wheel Man".
The Cabin Fever Blues Series takes place every Saturday night in February at Billy's Lounge in Eastown. Watermelon Slim and the Workers will perform Saturday, February 9th, the Show starts at 9:00 PM.
All proceeds benefit WYCE and the Blues Society. Lodging for Cabin Fever artists provided by Baymont Inn & Suites of Byron Center. Additional support provided by Pilar's Cafe and River City Slim's.
The Bad Plus
2004 via Columbia / Sony Music Distribution
Waiting in Vain
1984 via Polygram Records
It's All in My Mind
2005 via Merge Records
Fox Confessor Brings the Flood
2006 via Anti
Listener feedback (click for more info)
WYCE wants to hear from you. Do you have compliments or complaints about what you hear on WYCE? Is there something you'd like to hear more or less of? We want to know how you, the community, feel about your community radio station.
There are two ways to provide your feedback to WYCE. You can either go to our website, WYCE.org, and fill out the online survey, or you can call and leave a message on our listener feedback line. That number is 616-459-4788 x222.
Thanks for helping us make WYCE the best it can be.
Jessie Mae Hemphill
1998 via Hmg Records
Jez Lowe & the Bad Pennies
The Parish Notices
1998 via Green Linnet
Simon & Garfunkel
The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy)
The Essential Simon & Garfunkel
2003 via Sony
The Speakeasy Song
1990 via Polygram Records
Common lens (click for more info)
Common Lens is part of the Community Media Center's new Wednesdays at Wealthy Series, it is on the first Wednesday of the month and will present a film as a catalyst for public discussion. The first Common Lens will show the film, "Garbage, The Revolution Starts at Home." sponsored by West Michigan Environmental Action Council.
Common Lens will be on February 6th at 7:00pm at the Koning Micro Cinema at Wealthy Theatre.
Informtaion on this event is available on-line at www.grcmc.org
The Blind Boys of Alabama
Make a Better World
Down In New Orleans
2008 via Time Life Entertainment
Is It Hot in Here-
2007 via Evidence
Chip Taylor & Carrie Rodriguez
Let's Leave This Town
Live From The Ruhr Triennale
2007 via Mri Associated
Nice Weather For Ducks
2002 via Xl / Beggars Us Ada
Jammies (click for more info)
WYCE is excited to announce the return of our local and independent awards show and free concert: The 9th annual WYCE Jammies, presented by Hopcat and INDISTR.com.
Come celebrate the best of local, independent and alternative music, with live presentations of awards in nearly 20 categories, and live performances from nearly 20 bands! Wear your pajamas to the show and you can pick out a free CD from our collection.
This year's Jammies will be held at Wealthy Theatre, and simulcast live on TV, with some portions live on the radio. The theatre will offer snacks and a cash bar, plus free parking in secure lots behind the building.
The 9th annual WYCE Jammies take place on Tuesday, February 12th at Wealthy Theatre, 1130 Wealthy Southeast. Doors open at 5:00 p.m.; music starts at 5:45. As always, the Jammies will be presented FREE by your community radio station. More details and a full performance listing are available on our website, wyce.org.
Additional support for the Jammies has been provided by Audio Bay Recording Studios, River City Slims and Rainbow Music.
Jive Makgona (The New Dance)
Jive Soweto- The Indestructible Beat of Soweto, Vol. 4
1992 via Earthworks [Virgin]
The American in Me
1991 via Geffen Special Prod.
2001 via Universal
North Mississippi Allstars
2008 via Songs of the South
W@W (click for more info)
Starting in February, the Community Media Center presents âWednesdays at Wealthyâ â with a different arts, entertainment or media event each Wednesday night at the new Koning Micro-Cinema.
The first Wednesday of each month will be âCommon Lensâ, featuring documentary screenings and discussion sessions. WYCE will present the second Wednesdayâs program, spotlighting independent musical acts from across the United States. The third Wednesday will be a poetry and spoken word showcase. And the fourth Wednesday will feature local features and shorts from the West Michigan Film & Video Alliance.
More information about Wednesdays at Wealthy is available online at grcmc.org, or by calling 616-459-4788 x130.