To honor the passing of Bill Withers and bring everyone together we will play 'Lean on Me' Thursday night at 7. Your only job is to sing along.

"Sometimes in our lives we all have pain, we all have sorrow." The opening lines of Bill Withers' career-defining 1972 hit ring true today more than ever. It is a song that, by the end, has a message of hope and togetherness. That's precisely what we need to hear right now and you are encouraged to sing it out at the top of your lungs on Thursday night at 7 o'clock. From the KZoo Jam & Sing event page:

Kalamazoo County Community Jam & Sing is on week three! Tune in to participating radio stations and sing/dance along with us to “Lean On Me”, voted by YOU, honoring the late Bill Withers who died of heart complications on March 30th.

Once again, let’s crank our speakers in our homes/cars/driveways/yards and connect to our neighbors through community.

Continued gratitude to those who are on the front lines of this epidemic; all of the essential workers - healthcare workers, first responders, grocery store workers, gas station attendants, delivery folks and everyone in between that are helping us keep safe and functional through this all!


You know the words, all you have to do is tune in Thursday night at 7 and sing along to bring us all together. Remember- when you're not strong, I'll be your friend.

Enter your number to get our free mobile app

Inspirational Quotes From Gerald R. Ford