Radio Station Information

WECI 91.5 FM

City of License:
Richmond, IN

Public Radio

Earlham College

WECI is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 91.5 MHz. The station is licensed to Richmond, IN. The station broadcasts Public Radio programming.

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Listener Comments and Reviews

what was song played today (7/08,14) at about 11:45-50 that sounded like Gillean Welch with a line about when you go east and I go west. I was in a poor reception area and could not hear most of it. thanks,
By: mike brashear on July 8, 2014

To Whom It May Concern: I’d love to get this release on your events page - and Butch Ross is available for phone interviews or possibly live! Just let me know any questions that you have. He’s a FABULOUS entertainer - funny, talented, original! Thanks much! Trish Ferrell Wileman for Butch Ross MULTI-INSTRUMENTALIST BUTCH ROSS RETURNS TO TAFFY’S OF EATON Who: Butch Ross, multi-instrumentalist & loop artist When: Saturday, October 14, 7:00pm Where: Taffy’s of Eaton Multi-instrumentalist and Loop Artist Butch Ross returns to Taffy’s of Eaton on Saturday, October 14 at 7pm. This time, along with fan favorites like “I Like Singin’ Folk Songs,” and his electrifying dulcimer arrangements of “Eleanor Rigby” and “’52 Vincent Black Lightning,” Ross brings along a treasure trove of tunes from his latest release, FOUND OBJECTS. FOUND OBJECTS is a collection of songs - almost a “collage” of tunes put together by Ross. “This is a collection of things I’ve done outside of my albums over the years. Some are remixes, or one-off tracks I’ve done for compilation albums, magazine CDs and other projects. Some are just weird musical experiments that came out better than expected. But there’s a story behind every song.” Butch Ross puts his personal spin on a variety of favorites from the Beatles “While My Guitar Gently Weeps” and Radiohead’s “Idioteque,” as well as his non-traditional take on traditional tunes like “Cluck Old Hen” and “Camp Meeting on the Fourth Of July”. His colorfully-crafted originals round out the album, making for a fun listen with a surprise around every corner. Marc Michael of the Chattanooga Pulse says, “Whatever the source, there is a story behind every tune and Ross fans will find much to love in this release that offers a peek into what goes on in the dulcimer king’s head.” For more information, visit or PRESS CONTACTS: Trish Ferrell Wileman 941.330.5547 Butch Ross 423.779.6624
By: trish ferrell wileman on October 10, 2017

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