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The WLNZ Ninth Annual Silver Bells in the City Radio Play!

WLNZ Niine Annual Silver Bells in the City Radio PlayJoin us for another salute to the "golden age of radio" with our annual live Silver Bells presentation. This year, we'll be featuring a completely original play never performed anyhwere else, "The Great Christmas Caper". Find out what happens when two of the world's greatest detectives (Shamrock Homes and Danny Shade) come together to solve a North Pole mystery where some of the suspects are Santa's closest friends. The live show takes place Nov. 21 at LCC's Dart Auditorium. We'll get started shortly after the Silver Bells in the City fireworks; close to 8 p.m. If you can't make it to Dart, you can listen here at our website or on the dial at 89.7. More info.

Thank you WLNZ members!

WLNZ Fall Pledge Drive20 years! That’s how long WLNZ has been broadcasting to the Mid-Michigan community. What started in 1994 as a small 100 watt station has grown to over 1,000 watts with a worldwide reach on the Internet. None of it would be possible without member support – thank you! Although our pledge drive is done, you can always become a member. Donate online at our members page or call to make your pledge of support at (517) 483-1710.

Discover Michigan's rich literary world

Michigan is well known for its forests, festivals, beaches, lighthouses, and great lakes; but what about great literature? Leonard, Eugenides, Van Allsburg, Carey, Abbot, Campbell, and many more have all been a part of the Michigan connection. Turn the page each week with Michigan Volumes, a show all about Michigan writers and their books or Michigan books and their writers. Host Karen Hopper interviews writers and chats with publishing industry professionals as well as other Michigan readers. Connect on Facebook, Twitter, and Goodreads.

GRSS on LCC Radio & LCC-TV

Grand River Studio SessionsIt was 2005 when WLNZ began its popular Grand River Radio music series showcasing talented musicians from the Great Lakes region. The concept began as a monthly concert held at unique venues around Lansing. Then LCC Radio reinvented the concept in 2008 as a weekly acoustic show and live broadcast. The tradition continues but with a new direction -- the Grand River Studio Sessions, a LCC Radio and LCC-TV simulcast experience. The goal: create an atmosphere that gives our listeners and viewers the feel of what it would be like to have an artist recording a demo right in their living room. Stories, interviews, and performance are all a part of the Grand River Studio Sessions.

A Q&A with Big Band Swing's Jim Stone

Jim Stone Big Band SwingLCC Radio's Coffee Break host Karen Love recently rattled the brain of fellow radio host Jim Stone from Big Band Swing. BBS is a two-hour long weekly radio program that takes it’s listeners back in time. To a time when the songs of Glenn Miller, Billie Holiday and Ella Fitzgerald echoed across the nation. Back to a time when swing was king.

Karen Love:
How long have you been doing Big Band Swing?

Jim Stone:
Well, officially I took over a show called “Big Band Saturday Night” in 1986. This show evolved into Big Band Swing a few years later.

What made you want to start doing a show like this?

I was doing a ’50s-’60s radio show and the program director... Read More

The Coffee Break Webpage...

Coffee Break on WLNZThe Coffee Break Morning Show is your connection to LCC and the Lansing community. Co-hosts Jack Robbins and Karen Love talk with a variety of local guests about events, programs, opportunities, and organizations. You can stay up to date with what's happening on the Coffee Break with our web page! So grab a cup o' joe and tune in to 89.7 weekday mornings at 9am or watch the LIVE STREAM on LCC-TV.



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