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Clipping. on WCBN

Well, 2/3 of Clipping.

Jonathan Snipes and William Hutson chat with The Lone Lobo about touring with The Flaming Lips, how Daveed Diggs' Hamilton career has impacted the group, and more. They're also joined by WCBN alum Kirsten Carey of Throwaway!

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Race Round Table

The very first of a series of round-table conversations! Today's solution-based conversation is on the topic of race in America and on campus at the University of Michigan. Thanks to student activist Lakyrra Magee, Professor Ian Robinson of the LS&A Residential College, and Leah Schneck of the College Democrats for joining our very own Uncle Jay! Be sure to not miss out!

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WCBN Presents Upcoming Shows at Ann Arbor Distilling Company

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Following a great show by Danny Kroha last Saturday are a couple groups at the Ann Arbor Distilling Company you can't afford to miss!

APRIL 1, 2017 • 7:00 PM

T-Bone Paxton and the RJ Spangler Trio

Lifelong buddies RJ Spangler & Tbone Paxton started working together in 1980 with the dynamic Sun Messengers band. Since that time, Tbone has also become quite an engaging vocalist. The Great American Songbook: Johnny Mercer, Hoagy Carmichael, Duke Ellington & the Harlem Jive of Fats Waller as well as the proto jump/swing of Louis Jordan is part of each performance. Add some gut-bucket trombone & RJ’s experience with blues, swing and world jazz on drums and you have an idea what to expect at their shows.

APRIL 8, 2017 • 7:00 PM

Michael Hurtt and His Haunted Hearts

The Hearts’ patented Rock-A-Bayou Hillbilly style can be likened to a Southern gothic collision of the rural and the urban; the electrified string band sounds of Luke Thompson, Hunter Watts and Hollis Albin blending with a Cajun back beat.

 

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ArtsX at UMMA Presents Spectra

Thu, 02/16/2017 (Unknown time)
Free
music
WCBN-sponsored

UMMA, in partnership with WCBN, invites performers to join in a night to share our voices with one another. Whether through tone, pitch, meter, or rhyme, spoken art and song express our humanity. This is an opportunity to explore together and celebrate the differences and similarities of our experiences. Realizing that we all exist in relation to one another along continuums…spectra.

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