This week’s edition of Local Spins on WYCE boasted a visit from two Grand Rapids blues icons who performed in-studio, plus track debuts from several Michigan artists, including Lockwood, Justin Wierenga, Dalmatian Stone, Float Here Forever, Frankie & Myrrh and North Country Rounders. Listen to the podcast, watch the video, learn more about Junior Valentine and Hank Mowery.
Local Spins airs two live podcasts each week: Local Spins Live (12:06 p.m. Wednesdays on WJRW News Talk 1340) and Local Spins on WYCE (11 a.m. Fridays on 88.1 WYCE). The recorded shows are available here, as well as on iTunes.
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The Ferndale band which plays Spring Lake’s Seven Steps Up on Saturday night showed off its harmonies during Local Spins on WYCE, which also debuted tracks by McWeakerton, The Ryne Experience, Blueflowers and more. Watch a video of Escaping Pavement’s in-studio performance, listen to the radio show podcast.
With the year’s biggest bar night just ahead, Stefan Paul from Melophobix and Hannah Rose Graves stopped by Local Spins on WYCE to chat about a one-two punch of Wednesday night concerts. The radio show also debuted new regional tracks and previewed a Christmas album by Melophobix, The Legal Immigrants and Gunnar & The Grizzly Boys.
The fast-rising band led by Albion’s Michael and Tanya Trotter stopped by River City Studios for a scintillating Sunday session, 10 days before they open for Bob Seger at Van Andel Arena in Grand Rapids. Watch the video of their inspiring in-studio performance, read the story, browse the photo gallery.