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LCC Radio and Ten Pound Fiddle are ready to party once again

Party at the AMPFriday, November 6, LCC Radio and the Ten Pound Fiddle return with another party - this time we'll be having the party at the Allen Market Place (AMP).

Join us as we present live music by Madcat's MIdnight Blues Journey featuring Grammy Award winning harmonica wizard Peter Madcat Ruth with Drew “Captain Midnight” Howard, bassist Mark “Papa” Schrock and drummer Michael “Kid” Shimmin.

They are four veterans of the concert and festival stage, the recording studio, clubs, and listening rooms, Madcat's Midnight Blues Journey brings seasoned stage presence and improvisational exuberance to standard and obscure blues tunes, folk and jazz melodies, and original music. Expect a rocking journey through familiar blues destinations… but be ready to take a trip down the musical fork in the road with Madcat's Midnight Blues Journey.

To purchase tickets in advance, vist Ten Pound Fiddle's website.

Also presented by the Ten Pound Fiddle:
Saturday, October 10, 2015 - Fiddle Scouts – Drumming in “Drummunity” with Lori Fithian
Friday, October 16, 2015 - Christine Lavin and Don White
Friday, October 23, 2015 - Seth Bernard and May Erlewine

GLC #freeshowfridays

Great Lakes CollectiveLCC Radio is honored to work alongside some of Mid-Michigan's best music promotion and preservation groups. The Great Lakes Collective has fast become one of Lansing's favorites providing an outlet for upcoming artists that hail from the Great Lakes Region. Every Friday at MBC on Washington Avenue you can join the Great Lakes Collective and LCC Radio for a weekly presentation of these artists during #freeshowfridays - as you might guess by the name, the shows are FREE! You can connect with GLC at their website, facebook, and twitter.

10/9 Jake Down
10/16 Mike Vial
10/23 Don Shangraw & Rick Hansel

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Pickin' in the Park

Several years ago, a national music education/preservation group approached WLNZ about helping them promote and coordinate a weekly event that brings together musicians of all ages and different skill levels to create music and learn from each other at the same time; the event was called Pckin' in the Park. 89.7 was happy to help out with the initial on-air promotions, hosting, and coordinating during the early days. Since that time, Pickin' in the Park has taken on a life of its own -- which was exactly what it was supposed to do!

Pickin' in the Park still takes place in Old Town every Tuesday from 6-9 pm. During the summer months, you can follow the music to any one of Old Town's three parks (generally Burchard Park). During the colder months, the gang usually migrates to Sir Pizza Grand Café located at 201 E. Grand River Ave.

Instruments of all types are welcome. Each session is a spontaneous and fun experience covering all sorts of music from bluegrass, blues, classic rock, contemporary, country, to folk. Whether you're just getting started or a seasoned musician, make it a point to be a part of this great experience in Lansing.

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