Eclectic Chair 431 B with Host Trish Lewis from Wucx-Fm

431B aired Tuesday 8/19, 2014 from 1-2pm
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17. Dex Romweber Duo “Roll On” Images 13 2014 Bloodshot Recordshttps://www.bloodshotrecords.com/ 

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18. Matthew Grimm & The Red Smear “One Big Union” The Ghost Of Rock And Roll” 
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19. The Alexis P. Suter Band “Nuthin’ In The World” Love The Way You Roll

2014 American Showplace Music http://showplacerecordingstudionj.com/

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20. The Alexis P. Suter Band “Love The Way You Roll” Love The Way You Roll 2014 American 
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21. Dan Vaillancourt “Brains, Brawn and The Four String Revue” When the lights come on…

2013 Daniel L. Vaillancourt   http://www.danvaillancourt.com/ or

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22. Dan Vaillancourt “Binary Code” When the lights come on… 2013 Daniel L. Vaillancourt  

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23. Bob Dylan “Summer Days” Love and Theft 2001 Sony Music http://www.sonymusic.com/

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24. Duality (Jon Potrykus, Terri Stangl, Katherine Bach Morris, Alan Greenwood,

Gary Flores & Carol Levack) “Power Failure” Duality…On Reflection 2007 Self Release

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25. Sharon Glassman featuring Wende Harston “Roller Coaster” Blame It On HobokenUpcoming

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26. Lost Dog Found “Hot Swing Is Back” Dine On Danger 2014 Songs in The Key Of Steve

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27. Lost Dog Found “Dine On Danger” Dine On Danger 2014 Songs in The Key Of Steve

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28. Jen Cass “Cannonball Girl” [To Be Released] Recorded Almost Live In Studio C

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29. Jamie-Sue Seal “Nobody Loves A Fat Girl” Nobody Love A Fat Girl & Other Follies(Sampler)

Upcoming Release 2014 Smokin’ Sleddog Recordshttp://www.smokinsleddogrecordsmusic.com/

30. Jamie-Sue Seal “Over The Rainbow” Nobody Love A Fat Girl & Other Follies (Sampler) Upcoming

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31. The Snyders “Funky G” Growing Pains 2014 Salon De Musiquehttp://www.the3snyders.com/

The Eclectic Chair is broadcast from the studios of Wucx-Fm Delta College

Quality Public Radio Monday & Tuesday 1-2PM.  “Now, I record albums/Well not

LPs/But Mp3s and CDs/Sent to DJs/Who actually breathe/Which is somewhat rare

these days/When radio's decisions are primarily binary code, monetarily controlled”

– Lyrics from “Binary Code” by Dan Vaillancourt. http://www.danvaillancourt.com/

MUSIC FROM THE MARSH Saturdays through August

at the Bay City State Recreation Area Saginaw Bay Visitor

Center (989) 667-0717 or visit: www.michigan.gov/saginawbayvc

Saturday, August 16, 7PM, Magdalen Fossum, “Girls Rock! Women Who Made History in Michigan”
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13-year old Magdalen Fossum has been playing music most of her life and has appeared at most 
of the major music festivals in the state. Her program will be composed around women musicians 
from Michigan and she will be singing
with the sweetest voice and accompanying herself on ukulele.

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Saturday, August 23, 7PM, Jamie-Sue Seal, “Motown...Hits & History from Hitsville USA”

Jamie-Sue most often performs as one half of the duo “Bottle Rocket Cabaret” with John Latini,

but this evening she will step out of her own to share some her favorite Motown hits!

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Saturday, August 30, 7PM, Jay Stielstra & Judy Banker, “Manistee Waltzes & Tittabawasee Tunes”

Jay Stielstra, “Michigan’s Folk Treasure” writes and sings some of the most beautiful songs, 
like Manistee Waltz and Tittabawasee Jane. You're bound to hear other songs with Michigan 
landmarks mentioned in his program.
He will be performing with the equally wonderful Judy Banker.

All concerts will be performed on an outdoor stage adjacent to the Visitor Center parking area. 
Please bring your own lawn chairs. In the case of inclement weather concerts will take place inside 
the Saginaw Bay Visitor Center. Performances are sponsored by the Friends of Bay City State Recreation 
Area, the Michigan Council for the Arts & Cultural Affairs, and the Saginaw Arts & Enrichment Commission. 
Donations will be taken the evening of each performance. There is no cost for this event; however, a $11 
Recreation Passport is required for all vehicles entering the park. For more information on this program call 
or stop by the Saginaw Bay Visitor Center, (989) 667-0717

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