This week’s edition of the show that spotlights Michigan music spanned the state, with tracks from Detroit, Ann Arbor, Traverse City, Petoskey, Marquette and even a track from a Grand Rapids artist in Paris.
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Geographically and distance-wise, Local Spins on WYCE covers a lot of Michigan ground — especially today’s edition of the radio show that aired at 11 a.m. online at wyce.org and on the radio dial at 88.1 FM.
In case you missed it, the Jan. 29 episode featured the on-air debut of nearly a dozen tracks by Michigan artists representing nearly every corner of the state.
There were songs from Detroit (Jill Jack, Al Bettis), Traverse City (The Accidentals), Kalkaska County (Seth Bernard), the Ann Arbor area (Dick Siegel, Dave & Kristi, The RFD Boys), Petoskey (Michigan Rattlers), Marquette (Under This Cold Sky) and Chelsea (Jeff Daniels).
Then there were even more far-flung entries: Grand Rapids’ Rick Beerhorst now resides in Paris, France (which inspired his upcoming new album), Albion’s The War and Treaty are based in Nashville, and Kalamazoo’s FINKEL calls Los Angeles home (though they’re currently working on a project on Mackinac Island).
Regardless, this is Michigan-bred music that commands attention. Listen to the full radio show podcast here, and tune in again next Friday (Feb. 5) when Holland singer-songwriter Mark Harrell will be the special guest.
PODCAST: Local Spins on WYCE (1/29/21)
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