all tracks listed in reverse chronological order
Winter In The Hamptons
2005 via Rykodisc
Grandpa Was a Carpenter
1973 via Atlantic / Wea
Keith Jarrett-Gary Peacock-Jack DeJohnette
Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams (And Dream Your Troubles Away)
2000 via ECM
Workingman's Blues #2
2006 via Sony
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.
2007 via Beggars Banquet
The Animal Years
2006 via V2 Ada
Little Things Run The World
2008 via Palmetto Records
Josh Ritter (click for more info)
WYCE and Calvin College present Josh Ritter in concert in early March. Josh has been praised for his beautifully spare, timeless songwriting and is winning comparisons to Nick Drake, and Leonard Cohen.
Josh Ritter will perform at the Ladies Literary Club, Monday, March 3, at 8 pm
Tickets are available through Calvin College Box Office: 616-526-6282 or online: www.calvin.edu/boxoffice
King of Hearts
2007 via Singular Recordings
Like a Rolling Stone [Live]
Jimi Plays Monterey
2007 via Experience Hendrix
2007 via Independent
The Fred Knapp Trio
The Music of Gershwin
2007 via Independent
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.
Don't Lose Your Cool
Rhythm and Bones
1996 via Bullseye Blues / Pgd
2005 via Bluhammock
2005 via Nonesuch
Four Bitchin' Babes
Viagra In The Waters
2000 via Shanachie
Bob Marley Birthday Bash (click for more info)
WYCE 88.1 FM and Ambassador Davidâs Productions LLC are proud to announce the âBob Marley Birthday Bash 2008â at the beautifully restored historical Wealthy Theatre. This will be an evening of music and dance paying tribute to the king of Reggae music. Performers paying their respect to the king of Reggae music will be Grand Rapids' own Mystic Dub and from Kalamazoo, Zion Lion. Caribbean food and craft vendors will be on site selling their goods.
The Bob Marley Birthday Bash will be on March 8th at 8PM at Wealthy Theatre on 1130 Wealthy St SE.
Tickets are available by calling (616) 459-4788 x 131 or stopping by the Theatre Wednesdays and Fridays, 4-8 PM
Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova
2007 via Sony/Bmg Int'l
World Without Tears
2003 via Lost Highway
Into The Wild
2007 via J-Records
Astrid Williamson (click for more info)
Wednesdays at Wealthy is a new series of fun events to bring folks out to Wealthy Theatre.
Scottish singer-songwriter Astrid Williamson will bring her wit and heartbreaking vocals to the stage along with her accompanying guitarist. This performance will feature Williamson on the Theatreâs Schimmel piano and acoustic guitar.
The free show starts at 7:00PM on March 12th at Wealthy Theatre. Information about this and other Wednesdays at Wealthy events is available by calling 459-4788 Ext 130 or on-line at www.grcmc.org. Lodging for WYCE's Wednesdays at Wealthy artists is provided by Peaches Bed & Breakfast.
1990 via Green Linnet
Didn't Leave Nobody but the Baby
O Brother, Where Art Thou?
2000 via Lost Highway
Pulk-pull revolving doors
2001 via Capitol
Magnolia- Music from the Motion Picture
1999 via Warner Bros / Wea
INDISTR Jammies downloads... (click for more info)
Whether or not you made it out for WYCE's 9th Annual Jammies celebration at Wealthy Theatre, you have a chance to enjoy the music. Thanks to our sponsor, INDISTR.com, music from Jammies artists will be available to download for FREE! That includes some songs recorded live at the Jammies, as well as tracks off the local award winners' albums.
You will find the downloads on our website at www.wyce.org.
Remember that these are live recordings, they have varying levels of volume and quality. If you have any questions about the tracks, send them to comment [at] wyce.org, not to the guys at INDISTR, whom we thank for the opportunity to make these available to you!
Grown Up Now
2006 via Emergent / 92e
Lilies of the Valley
1994 via Warner Brothers
We Are Wyoming
2005 via Red Buttons Records
The Mighty Luconchu
2005 via Wax Orchard
2008 via Xl Recordings
(Generic) Specialized Language Development (click for more info)
The Specialized Language Development (SLD) Center , a community resource of West Michigan, is committed to bringing the power of reading, writing and spelling to all individuals with dyslexia or other unique learning styles, enabling them to achieve their full potential. They are currently looking for tutors in the West Michigan area.
The number to call to find out more is 616 361 1182.
Dave Riley and Bob Corritore
I'm Not Your Junkman
Travelin' The Dirt Road
2007 via Blue Witch Records
Do I Move You
1991 via Polydor
The Devil's Real
Live As I'll Ever Be
2000 via Hightone Records
Al Kooper & Mike Bloomfield
59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy)
Fillmore East- The Lost Concert Tapes 12-13-68
2003 via Sony
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 email@example.com and she can provide you with an application.
A Muzzle of Bees
A Ghost Is Born
2004 via Nonesuch
To Die a Happy Man
2007 via Rykodisc
Speak Like A Child
1987 via Blue Note Records
Blood Drive (click for more info)
Join WYCE and Michigan Community Blood Centers at the Hot Fun In The Summertime Blood Drive to help replenish the 140 pints of blood needed each day in West Michigan.
When you stop by to give the gift of life you can choose a gift of a CD, enjoy Freshly grilled hot dogs from Forest Hills Foods and register to win a 50 inch Plasma HDTV from Decker and Sons Appliance on 430 Fuller NE.
Hot Fun In The Summertime Blood Drive will be on July 8th from 8am - 7pm at the Michigan Community Blood Centerâs donation center at 1036 Fuller Ave NE.
For more information about this event and Michigan Community Blood Centers, visit www.miblood.org.