20 Years, 20 Faces: Week One, Part B: Parker and Tia

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  Ron “Parker” Parkinson LCC Radio:  When were you involved with LCC Radio? Parker:   2000-2001 LCC Radio:  What was your role here?   Parker:  Afternoon host Mon-Fri.  I also worked with the internet… Continue reading

20 Years, 20 Faces: Week One, Part A: Brock and Lyle

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LCC Radio celebrates its 20th anniversary this month. We’re introducing a feature called “20 Years, 20 Faces.” Check back here at the beginning of every week in February to get a glimpse at… Continue reading

X-Ambassadors brings grit to the mit

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Brooklyn-band X-Ambassadors is stopping by The Loft in Lansing, MI for a concert on Friday, Nov. 22, 2013. Describing themselves as Alternative-R&B Arena-Soul, X-Ambassadors is one up & coming band you need to… Continue reading

Motion City Soundtrack Talks New Tunes and Fan Favorites

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If you’re a fan of what some call pop punk, then this band is worth a listening. Fan of rock? Google ‘em. Fan of pop? Check out Motion City Soundtrack on iTunes. Bottom… Continue reading

Party at the Avenue

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Party at the Avenue was a great success. Co-hosted by The Ten Pound Fiddle, the event kicked off our fall pledge drive. The night began with the Tia Imani Hanna Project. The thoughtful,… Continue reading

Lennon Bus invites all Dreamers on Board

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On October 9, 2013, Americans and Brits remembered a music legend and peace activist on what would be his 73rd birthday. If you’re into music, it’s likely you’ve heard the name. If not,… Continue reading

The Appetizer is Hungry for Connection

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LCC Radio is all about Michigan music, but we do make room in our schedule for some quality syndicated programs. Here on the blog, we’ll talk a little bit about each of our… Continue reading

Michigan Music Scene

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By: Faithy Halick Sometimes people are surprised when I tell them that I’m really into the Michigan music scene. Some people honestly believe that good music only comes from Nashville and Los Angeles.… Continue reading

Jesse Ruben brings stories & songs to Mac’s

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In a span of roughly 11 years, he’s written over 500 original songs. No, it’s not Elton John, a Beatle, or Bob Dylan. This musician is just 26 years old, and, wait for… Continue reading

The Airborne Toxic Event visits the Mitten State

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The indie alternative group, The Airborne Toxic Event is coming to the mitten for two shows this September. First up is a stop at The Loft in Lansing on Monday, Sept. 16th. This… Continue reading