|morbid kiddie songs
||[Apr. 6th, 2016|09:15 am]
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Edited to add: For those who asked: I'm a volunteer "programmer" (DJ) at WYCE, an independent community supported radio station out of Grand Rapids, Michigan. We play an eclectic mix of blues, jazz, worldbeat, rock, and folk (where folk also includes Americana, which is a sort of country-lite.) My 3 hour weekly shift runs every Wednesday starting at 12:00 noon EDT (that's 1600 to 1900 UDT). We broadcast at 88.1 FM. We have a live stream available at http://www.wyce.org and you should also be able to find it on itunes in the radio section under "eclectic", or on android apps like TuneIn. Our antenna is in the city of Wyoming in Michigan, so you might find us listed as Wyoming-Grand Rapids. Our fundraising week is starts this Friday, so you'll be hearing pleas for donations. Give until it tickles.|
For my radio show, I'd like to do a set of morbid kiddie songs - songs typically found marketed as "children's music" that focus on death or dying. So far I've got Go Tell Aunt Rhodie (a really dirge-like version by The Wainwright Sisters, and My Grandfather's Clock. What else fits?
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