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WYCE, Orion Construction and The Funky Buddha Yoga Hothouse open the WYCE: Live at Wealthy Theatre fall concert series with An Evening with Vieux Farka Toure, Monday, September 8th at 8pm.
Get Tickets here! or call Wealthy Theatre box office at 616-459-4788 x 130
Often referred to as "The Hendrix of the Sahara," Mali-born Vieux Farka Toure is the son of legendary guitar player Ali Farka Toure. His live performances are highly energized and Vieux is known for dazzling crowds with his speed and dexterity on the guitar, as well as...
Each weekday at 8:30am and 5:30pm we bring you our new Artist of the Day segment. We'll share a track or two from some great artists in celebration of their new album, birthday, important anniversary, or Grand Rapids appearance. Or maybe just for fun!
Here's the upcoming Artist of the Day schedule.
Mon July 28 Charlie Haden (August 6, 1937 – July 11, 2014)
Tue 7/29 Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
7/30 Pat Metheny
7/31 Conor Oberst & Bright Eyes
8/1 Ruthie Foster
8/4 First Aid Kit
Station Manager WYCE-FM 88.1
The Grand Rapids Community Media Center (CMC) is seeking an energetic and innovative individual to serve as Station Manager for WYCE-FM, a 10,000 watt community radio station serving West Michigan. WYCE is a listener supported, volunteer programmed, independent radio station offering an eclectic music format. WYCE is part of the CMC, a nonprofit media organization which includes public-access television station GRTV, Wealthy Theatre, and The Rapidian, an on-line hyperlocal news...
I am happy and sad to tell you that my tenure as station manager at WYCE is coming to an end.
I am happy because we have accomplished some pretty remarkable things in the eight years I’ve been in this position. When I started, we were an underpowered 7,000-watt station that barely reached the edges of Kent County. I was welcomed into a situation with a lot of duct-taped-together equipment, a less-than-rosy financial situation, and an unclear plan for what lay ahead. Now we’re a 10,000-watt station reaching the...