Friday, July 25, 2014

Eclectic Chair 428 airs Monday 7/28 1-3pm on Q90.1FM

Beginning next Monday August 4th and Tuesday August 5th
the Eclectic Chair 429 is being divided into two one hour shows.
They will be A and B sides of the same playlist number.
This week’s Eclectic Chair 428 with Trish Lewis
is the last two hour broadcast to air 
Monday, July 28th, 2014 from 1-3pm
on Q90.1FM Delta College Quality Public Radio 
is pulled out by Mike Henderson
and the Bluebloods “Mister Downchild” for the very last time.
Thank you for allowing me to use this song
for the last nine and a half years as my opening theme, Mike!
Siusan O'Rourke and Zig Zeitler bring five songs that Chance The Arm
and The Usual Suspects who return to perform live
at the Bay City State Recreation Area Visitor’s Center for
Music From the Marsh Saturday August 2nd @ 7p.m.
and also features Stephen Colarelli who hates Crazy People
and brings his dog Sandy to the Middle Of Nowhere,
we hear five early listens of originals and covers
from Madame Devz Gypsy Wagon Duo
(Robin Devereaux-Nelson and James Nelson)
 who will perform live Wednesday July 30th @ 7p.m.
at Bay City’s Tri City Brewing Company,
Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver offer four reasons to
Open Carefully, Message Inside,
Jeff Karoub knows how to Find A Shore,
Cash O’Riley and David Roof remain In The Jailhouse Now,
Scott Baker and the Universal Expressions
(Eric Janetsky, Matthew Nyquist & Timothy Scott)
pitch a tent for a Jukejoint Revival,
Jeff Yantz covers a song written by Sean Drysdale for Wicked Me,
Tim Thompson and Myles Thompson takes us into hour two
for the last time on Q in Overdrive,
Bob Hausler brings more than Family, Friends, and The Good Life,
The Legal Matters 
(Andy Reed, Keith Klingensmith and Chris Richards)
  know Before We Get It Right
we may have to say So Long Sunny Days,
Jen Cass shoots her Cannonball Girl,
Jeff Schrems puts a silly Smile On My Face,
Dan Vaillancourt makes me feel rare these days 
with his Binary Code,
Bob Wall reads the writing on the wall about Muneca (Babydoll)
and Ronnie Earl and The Broadcasters
returns the Eclectic Chair upside down on the table
with a big slice of Puddin’ Pie!
 Save the Dates August 4th and 5th Take Your Seat 
On Q90.1FM Monday and Tuesday 1-2PM
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Eclectic Chair 428 with Host Trish Lewis from Wucx-Fm
1. Mike Henderson and The Bluebloods “Mister Downchild” Thicker Than Water 1998 
2. Siusan O’Rourke & Zig Zeitler “A Proper Sort of Gardener” Chance The Arm 2014 Smokin’ Sleddog 
3. Siusan O’Rourke & Zig Zeitler “Everything You Need” The Usual Suspects 2008 White Crow Records
4. Stephen Colarelli “Crazy People” Middle Of Nowhere 2014 Manistee Records
5. Stephen Colarelli “Sandy” Middle Of Nowhere 2014 Manistee Records
6. Madame Devz Gypsy Wagon Duo “My Old Dog Frank” 2014 Self
7. Madame Devz Gypsy Wagon Duo “The Witch’s Lament” 2014 Self
8. Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver “Lead Me To The Fountain” Open Carefully, Message Inside 2014 
9. Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver “I Sailed Back” Open Carefully, Message Inside 2014 Mountain Home 
10. Jeff Karoub “Find A Shore” Find A Shore 2014 Self
11. Cash O’Riley & David Roof “In The Jailhouse Now” Jackson County Jail 2013 An American Wax 
12. Scott Baker and the Universal Expressions “Jukejoint Revival” Northern Hospitality
Vol. 1 And Other Celestial Threads 2013 Self or
13. Jeff Yantz (Song written by Sean Drysdale) “Wicked Me” 2013 Big Forehead Production
14. Tim and Myles Thompson “Overdrive” Time 4 Me 2 Go 2013 Hidden Giant
15. Madame Devz Gypsy Wagon Duo “Lemonade” 2014 Self
16. Siusan O’Rourke & Zig Zeitler “Education” Chance The Arm 2014 Smokin’ Sleddog Records
17. Bob Hausler “Chamberlain’s” Family, Friends, and The Good Life 2014 BH Productions
18. Bob Hausler “Ain’t Hit the Bottom” Family, Friends, and The Good Life 2014 BH Productions
19. Siusan O’Rourke & Zig Zeitler “Purgatory Blues” The Usual Suspects 2008 White Crow Records
20. The Legal Matters “Before We Get It Right” The Legal Matters 2014 Blunk Street
21. The Legal Matters “So Long Sunny Days” The Legal Matters 2014 Blunk Street
22. Jen Cass “Cannonball Girl” [To Be Released] Recorded Almost Live In Studio C 2012 A Radio Chair Production
23. Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver “Thank You Dear God” Open Carefully, Message Inside 2014 
Mountain Home Music or 
24. Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver “Get On Board” Open Carefully, Message Inside 2014 Mountain 
25. Jeff Schrems “Smile On My Face” Ohh…Now I get It 2012 Self or
26. Dan Vaillancourt “Binary Code” When the lights come on… 2013 Daniel L. Vaillancourt   
27. Bob Wall “Muneca” (Babydoll) Anachronism 2014 Self or 
28. Stephen Colarelli “Middle Of Nowhere” Middle Of Nowhere 2014 Manistee Records 
29. Madame Devz Gypsy Wagon Duo with Jeff Yantz “Beaujolais” Recorded at The Mine Studios or  or 
30. Siusan O’Rourke & Zig Zeitler “Eight Day Week” The Usual Suspects 2008 White Crow Records
31. Ronnie Earl and The Broadcasters “Puddin’ Pie” Good News 2014 Stony Plain Records 
The Eclectic Chair is broadcast from the studios of Wucx-Fm 
Delta College Public Radio. “I can honestly say I ain’t hit that 
bottom but I think I can see it from here.” – Lyrics from
the song “Ain’t Hit the Bottom” by Bob Hausler & Marty Erts. 
The Eclectic Chair will return next Monday and Tuesday 
from 1-2pm on Q90.1FM. Monday is the A Side and Tuesday 
will be the B Side. There will still only be one
numbered playlist published per week. 
Take Your Seats August 4th and 5th at 1pm
on Q90.1 for the Wucx-Fm Eclectic Chair 429 A and B!
Saturday, July 26, 7PM, John Latini, 
“Baseball, Beaches and Other Summer Time Songs”
This award winning musician will cover all your favorite summer past-times with songs about baseball, 
late night campfire ghost stories, and Great Lakes sailing adventures. It’s likely he will enlist you to sing along!
Saturday, August 2, 7PM, Siusan O'Rourke and Zig Zeitler, 
“Our People: Migration to Michigan”
2012 & 2013 Irish Music Award Nominees, Siusan and Zig return to our series from their perch at 
The White Crow Conservatory in Saginaw. They will captivate us once again with stories and songs 
of people who made their way to Michigan from many different regions around the world.
Saturday, August 9, 7PM, Dave Boutette, “Saturday Night with the Campfire Kid”
Dave Boutette, the “Campfire Kid” will have you clapping and singing along as he enchants you with songs
he has written about the “Mitten” state and other traditional old thyme favorites.
Saturday, August 16, 7PM, Magdalen Fossum, “Girls Rock! 
Women Who Made History in Michigan”
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.
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!
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, an annual $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 or