Friday, July 4, 2014

Eclectic Chair 425 airs Monday 7/7 1-3pm on Q90.1FM

This week’s Wucx-Fm Eclectic Chair 425
With Trish Lewis airs Monday, July 7th, 2014 from 1-3pm
on Q90.1Fm Delta College Public Radio is pulled out by
Dan Vaillancourt A Million Lullabies and Binary Code
in honor of a new arrival to his family,
Traeder Band (Carrie Treder & David Cline) 
delivers a Backwards Baby,
Balsam Range is Chasing Someone Else’s Dreams
in a Backdraft from Five,
Eric Hansen brings some of My Medicine 
and A Lover’s Lullaby or two,
Jeff Schrems pleads Don't Give Up On Me,
Muzyka! (Johnny Hunt, Chuck Grant & Lee Anne Whitman) 
laments the Cruel War,
Peter, Paul and Mary travel on This Train,
Chappell & Dave Holt bring Indians & Cowboys
& Bad Girl Blues from Stone & Fire,
Davina & The Vagabonds offer Sunshine & Flow,
Robert Lee Revue answers a Late Call from City Of Smooth Jazz,
Chuck E. Weiss can't get enough of The Knucklehead Stuff
wearing Dead Man’s Shoes singing his 
Old New Song of Red Beans and Weiss,
Ronnie Earl and The Broadcasters bring Puddin’ Pie 
with Good News,
Janiva Magness is a Badass and Original,
Arthur Migliazza hears the Professor Calling Me
with Thank You Blues by Laying It Down,
The Far West will travel On The Road 
Forged In Iron Any Day Now,
Mikey Junior is truly Good At Being Bad
and knows Nobody Does It Like Me Traveling South,
Jim Byrnes warns I Get Evil and That Will Never Do 

in St. Louis Times and Arthur Migliazza plays St. Louis Blues
 to return the Eclectic Chair upside down on the table!
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Eclectic Chair 425 with Host Trish Lewis from Wucx-Fm
Introduction Mike Henderson and The Bluebloods “Mister Downchild” Thicker Than Water 
1998 Dead Reckoning Records
1. Dan Vaillancourt “A Million Lullabies” When the lights come on… 2013 Daniel L. Vaillancourt or
2. Dan Vaillancourt “Binary Code” When the lights come on… 2013 Daniel L. Vaillancourt or
3. Traeder (Carrie Treder & David Cline) “Backwards Baby” No Evil From Me 2010 Self or or
4. Balsam Range “Chasing Someone Else’s Dreams” Five 2014 Mountain Home Music or or
5. Balsam Range “Backdraft” Five 2014 Mountain Home Music or or
6. Eric Hansen “Wake Up” My Medicine 2007 Half Moon Full Star Records or 
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7. Eric Hansen “Change Is Hard” My Medicine 2007 Half Moon Full Star Records or
8. Eric Hansen “My Garden Of Love” A Lover’s Lullaby 2004 Half Moon Full Star Records or
9. Eric Hansen “Box Of Chihuahuas” A Lover’s Lullaby2004 Half Moon Full Star Records or
10. Jeff Schrems “Don’t Give Up On Me” Ohh…Now I Get It 2012 Self or

11. Muzyka! “Cruel War” Almost Live In Studio C 2013 Radio Chair Production or 

12. Peter, Paul and Mary “This Train” Rousing…and Real The Folk Singers Three: Peter, Paul and Mary 
1962/2013 Warner Brothers or or

13. Chappell & Dave Holt “Toronto Tonto & His Cowboy Guitar” Stone & Fire 2014 Bohemian Highway Music & Books or or or


18. Chuck E. Weiss “The Knucklehead Stuff” Red Beans and Weiss 2014 Anti- Records or or or
19. Chuck E. Weiss “Dead Man’s Shoes” Red Beans and Weiss 2014 Anti- Records or
20. Chuck E. Weiss “Old New Song” Red Beans and Weiss 2014 Anti- Records 
21. Ronnie Earl and The Broadcasters “Puddin’ Pie” Good News 2014 Stony Plain Records or or

22. Ronnie Earl and The Broadcasters “Good News” Good News 2014 Stony Plain Records or or
24. Arthur Migliazza “Professor Calling Me” Laying It Down 2014 Hobemian Records or or
25. Arthur Migliazza “Thank You Blues” Laying It Down 2014 Hobemian Records or or
26. The Far West “On The Road” Any Day Now 2014 Medina River Records or or
27. The Far West “Forged In Iron” Any Day Now 2014 Medina River Records or or
28. Mikey Junior “Good At Being Bad” Traveling South 2014 Swingnation & VizzTone Records or or  or
29. Mikey Junior “Nobody Does It Like Me” Traveling South 2014 Swingnation & VizzTone Records or or  or
30. Jim Byrnes “I Get Evil” St. Louis Times – Songs From and About St. Louis 2014 Black Hen / Factor Records or or or

31. Jim Byrnes “That Will Never Do” St. Louis Times – Songs From and About St. Louis 2014 Black Hen / Factor Records or or or

32. Arthur Migliazza “St. Louis Blues” Laying It Down 2014 Hobemian Records 
The Eclectic Chair is broadcast from the studios of Wucx-Fm Delta College 
Quality Public Radio.  “You don’t have to be cool, just stay true to yourself,
And get yourself back down from offa that shelf, come on and ride.” – Lyrics 
from the song “Toronto Tonto & His Cowboy Guitar” by Dave Holt.
Doug E Rees Saturday, July 5, 7PM
MUSIC FROM THE MARSH Saturdays through August
at the Bay City State Recreation Area Saginaw Bay Visitor
Center (989) 667-0717 or
Doug E. Rees 
Saturday, July 5, 7PM, Doug E. Rees, “Making Tracks with Train and Truck Songs”
Doug has made many stops in Michigan over the last few years. Hear songs about trains, trucks and country living that we guarantee will put a smile on your face.
Saturday, July 12, 7PM, Lee Murdock, “Great Lakes Ghosts & Shipwrecks”
Lee’s music embraces the legends and songs of the Great Lakes region, painting for his audience a colorful window into our past and our heritage.
Saturday, July 19, 7PM, George Heritier, “Drunk Bugs & Bay City Ballads”
Bay City native will share original songs about two fallen Bay City landmarks, the Third Street Bridge and the Last Chance Saloon. George is a fine story teller and performer-expect to hear harmonica, guitar, the Saginaw River Blues and Michigan-I-o!
Saturday, July 26, 7PM, John Latini, “Baseball, Beaches & 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 & 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 & Tittabawassee Tunes”
Jay Stielstra, “Michigan’s Folk Treasure” writes and sings some of the most beautiful songs, like Manistee Waltz and Tittabawassee 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 or