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Thao & the Get Down Stay Down
Fear and Convenience
We Brave Bee Stings and All
2008 via Kill Rock Stars
Bowl Full of Stars
2000 via Shanachie
The Same Dog
Tommorow Sound Now For Yes Music People
2008 via Independent
Yo La Tengo
I Am Not Afraid Of You And I Will Beat Your Ass
2006 via Matador Records
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.
If You Were Me (And I Were You)
Dwight's Used Records
2004 via Koch Records
1996 via Geffen Records
Mat with Iano
2006 via Independent
A Su Salud
2000 via Sony International
John D. Lamb
Don't Make Me Laugh
A Novel Day
1995 via Schoolkids Records
"Celebrate Southtown" (click for more info)
"Celebrate Southtown" is a Live Auction and Fundraiser to benefit Lighthouse Communities. It will include live music, fine wines and a market style food court. The auction will have dozens of auction items, including a package of wines donated by local celebrities.
"Celebrate Southtown" will take place on March 6th from 6:30 pm â 9:30 pm at the Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts. The number to call for information is 616) 451-9140 ext 223.
Tina Toledo's Street Walkin' Blues
2001 via Umvd Labels
Sugar Pie Desanto
2005 via Jasman Records
2005 via Ato Records
Roll on Oblivion
Here's To Being Here
2008 via Arts & Crafts
Fundango (click for more info)
Fundango is a 5K indoor winter walk and family festival to benefit Gildaâs Club- a free social and emotional cancer support community. There will be music by the Hip Pocket Band, food, carnival game and a huge raffle. All this will take place on Saturday, March 8th from 7:30AM to 11:30Am at the GRCC Ford Fieldhouse.
Pledge forms are online at www.gcgr.org or available by calling 453-8300.
What'd I Say
Roots & Grooves
2008 via Heads Up
You Could Meet Somebody
1995 via EMI Int'l
Working Man's Cafe
Working Man's Cafe
2008 via New West Records
Sitting in the Midday Sun
2007 via R.E.D. Distribution
March Music Madness (click for more info)
Throughout the month of March, WYCE is pleased to bring you music from some of your favorite artists -- and a chance to win their music and more!
WYCE's "March Music Madness" is a light-hearted alternative to the basketball tournament that grabs so many people's attention this time of year. In OUR musical "tournament", you choose your favorite performers from a field of 64 of WYCE's top bands and artists. One grand prize winner will get a collection of music from the listeners' overall #1 artist, donated by Vertigo Music. The Grand Prize winner will also receive a pair of tickets to the Rothbury Music Fesival, featuring WYCE favorites like Keller Williams, Michael Franti & Spearhead, Taj Mahal, The Black Keys and dozens more.
WYCE listener-sponsors will receive an official entry form in the mail, as part of our Fast Forward quarterly newsletter. Entry forms and official rules are also available at the Community Media Center at 711 Bridge St. No purchase - or donation - is necessary to enter.
Thanks for listening to WYCE, and enjoy March Music Madness!
The Anthology 1961-1977
2005 via Mca
I'm All Right
Half The Perfect World
2006 via Rounder / Umgd
Gone in Pawn (Shake Sugaree)
2003 via Hightone Records
Let Me Roll It
Listen To What The Man Said- Popular Artists Pay Tribute To The Music Of Paul McCartney
2001 via Oglio Records
Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band
Left Hand George
Big Damn Nation
2006 via Family Owned Records
Hormonal Imbalance (click for more info)
The Four Bitchin' Babes return to Grand Rapids with their new show titled "Hormonal Imbalance!", a musical review, part stand up comedy and part serious song craft. The all acoustic performance stars Sally Fingerette, Debi Smith, Nancy Moran and Deidre Flint.
"Hormonal Imbalance" will be on March 13th at 7:30pm at Fountain Street Church.
Tickets are available at all Schuler Book Stores and on-line at www.liveatthefountain.org.
One Step Forward
One Step Forward
2003 via Higher Octave
Iron & Wine
Each Coming Night
Our Endless Numbered Days
2004 via Sub Pop
Just A Ride
2004 via Ato Records
2008 via Compass Records
Women's Chorus presents Ulali (click for more info)
The Grand Rapids Women's Chorus presents Ulali, a women's acapella group with special appearance the Snowbird Singers and the Woodland Singers. The evening also includes a pre-concert lecture on preserving indiginous languages, hand drums and medicine wheel teachings.
THe lecture is from 6:00 pm to 6:45 pm then Ulali will perform at 7:30pm on Saturday March 22nd at the St. Cecilia Music Center, 24 Ransom NE.
Tickets are available on-line at www.grwc.org or at Spirit Dreams at 1430 Lake Dr.
In the Beginning
Where Blues Crosses Over- 12 Years of Ruf Records Anthology
2006 via Ruf
2000 via Rice Box Records
Is This the Way
1997 via Shanachie
People Look Around
Long Night Moon
2006 via Compass Records
a note about this track
Catie is part of our "March Music Madness" Tournament, whic pits 16 artists from each category of Heart, Soul, Mind and Strength. Catie Curtis is representing the Heart category. Visit www.wyce.org to see how you can vote for youre favorite artist!
Asian Film Fest (click for more info)
The Asian Health Outreach Foundation presents the 2008 West Michigan Asian Film Festival. This film festival will feature 10 notable films from different Asian countries once a month at Celebration Cinema in Grand Rapids.
The festival kicks off with the showing of "Imelda", a film on the former Philippine First Lady Imelda Marcos' rise to power and fall from grace. "Imelda" will be shown on Sunday, March 30, 2008 at 2:00 p.m. at the Celebration Cinema - Knapp corner, East Beltline, 2121 Celebration NW.Beginning 2:00 p.m.
Information is available by calling Minnie Morey at 616-855-6617.
Tickets cost $9.00 per person or a special price of $25.00 per person for three films. For a full list of the films featured, dates and ticket information, please visit www.asianhealthoutreach.org. Tickets may also be reserved by calling Minnie Morey at 616-855-6617.
Badly Drawn Boy
The Hour of Bewilderbeast
2000 via Xl / Beggars Us Ada
Seven Angels on a Bicycle
Seven Angels On A Bicycle
2006 via Back Porch
2004 via Dare Records
How to Handle Grown Ups
Playing With Scratches
2007 via Grease
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
She Moved Through The Fair
Way Down Below Buffalo Hell
1993 via EMI Int'l
Putumayo Presents- Latin Reggae
2008 via Putumayo World Music
Freddy Jones Band
In a Daydream (edit)
In A Daydream3
Low On Cash
Low On Cash, Rich In Love
2008 via Alligator Records
1987 via Gold Castle
The Literacy Center of West Michigan (click for more info)
As many as 1 in 8 adults in west Michigan cannot read or write above a ninth grade level. Low literacy often prevents these individuals from accessing the rich social and economic resources in our community.
You can make a difference by becoming a tutor. No special skills are needed - just an ability to read and write in English and a passion to help someone else do the same.
For more information, call Literacy Center of West Michigan at 616 459-5151 or sign up for a volunteer orientation online at "Literacy Center W M dot org."