Flashback 9/19/14

Flashback went country tonight, featuring twangy tunes from Johnny Cash, The Everly Brothers, Ricky Nelson, and many more!  Enjoy this snap of Ricky Nelson alongside, John Wayne and Dean Martin =)

I’m a Ramblin’ Man – Waylon Jennings

Be Bop a Lula – Jerry Lee Lewis

You Ain’t Goin’ Nowhere – The Byrds

Boot Scootin’ Boogie – Brooks & Dunn

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‘Fairchild Fanfare’ Properly Celebrates Renovations

By Audrey Matusz

On Sept. 13, The Fairchild Theatre was an overflowing melting pot of American jazz tunes, German chamber music, Italian opera, and other worldly sounds to kick off the new concert year and properly celebrate the theatre’s recent renovation.

As part of the Michigan State Federal Credit Union’s Showcase series, A Fairchild Fanfare was a medley of musical talent put on by the College of Music. Beyond the festivities, this concert was particularly special because it highlighted some students and faculty at Michigan State University.

“I really love these kinds of concerts because they show so much variety and how talented our College of Music is at Michigan State. I think it will be great for people to see that we are talented in all areas and that it isn’t just the one group that really sticks out like the singers, or the percussion, but it really is across the board, a very fine program,” said Schyler Sheltrown, an operatic soprano at MSU pursuing a Masters in Music.

Sheltrown was one of the six honored students that were selected from the vocal department to perform the famous opera sextet “Chi Mi Frena In Tal Momento” from the opera, “Lucia di Lammermoor.” Sheltrown added that alumni in the audience should recognize the music from the alma mater “MSU Shadows.”

During the 90 minute program, the audience watched performances by chamber groups composed of brass, strings, vocals, and even electronic instruments from the college’s contemporary music ensemble, Musique 21. This unique arrangement of performances along with the diversity in the program made for a fast paced evening that appealed to a vast range of musical tastes.

The Professor of Music, Director of Choral Programs, and Associate Dean for Graduate Studies and Research, David Rayle, compared the evening to attending a  “smorgasbord or buffet.”

Aside from visual beauty of the “remarkable” renovations, Rayle mentioned how the internal transformations of the theatre reflected the transformations occurring in the College of Music.

“The choirs have never had a place to perform on campus. So, being able to perform and rehearse in a space on campus is really transformative. I think the Jazz people would say the same thing. It’s the perfect place for faculty chamber music,” said Rayle.

Fairchild Theatre is located on 542 Auditorium Road, East Lansing. A calendar with future events hosted by the theatre can be found online at music.msu.edu.

Torch & Twang 9/16/14

Tonight on this edition of T&T we are sampling from the Goat Rodeo Sessions, a collaboration of Yo-yo Ma, Chris Thile among others. You don’t want to miss it! New music as always at 10.


**PLAYLIST

Noah Gundersen- Poor Man’s Son- Ledges

Stu Larsen- Pocket Full Of Coins- Vagabond

Ivan & Alyosha- I Wanna Be Your Man- All The Times We Had

Old Crow Medicine Show- Firewater- Remedy

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Trampled By Turtles- Western World- Wild Animals

The Show Ponies- Gone- We’re Not Lost

Shovels & Rope- Coping Mechanism- Swimmin’ Time

Finnders & Young- Hey Ramona- I Don’t Want Love You Won’t Give Until I Cry

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David Mayfield- Caution- Strangers

St. Paul & The Broken Bones- Grass Is Greener- Half The City

Mustered Courage- Allegheny- Powerlines

Honeyboy Edwards- Big Fat Mama- Mississippi Delta Bluesman

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Pokey LaFarge- The Devil Ain’t Lazy- Pokey LaFarge

Chatham County Line- The Traveler- Tightrope

Bruce Robison & Kelly Willis- Carousel- Our Year

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TORCH RECOMMENDS

The Goat Rodeo Sessions-

The Goat Rodeo Sessions-

The Goat Rodeo Sessions-

The Goat Rodeo Sessions-

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Lera Lynn- Out To Sea- Single

Neil Young- For The Turnside

Haas Kowert Tice- Down The Hatch- You Got This

Justin Townes Earle- Single Mothers- Single Mothers

The Duhks- Beyond The Blue- Beyond The Blue

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Quaker City Nighthawks- Darlington County- Dead Man’s Town

Hank Williams- My Bucket’s Got A Hole In It- Millennium Collection

Mandolin Orange- Calvary- This Side Of Jordan

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Secret Sisters- The One I Love Is Gone- The Secret Sisters

Caroline Rose- Time Spent, Money Grow!- I Will Not Be Afraid

Kevin Lee Florence- Alone & Everything- Given

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Goodnight, Texas- I’m Going To Work On Maggie’s Farm Forever- A Long Life Of Living

Goodnight, Texas- Old St. John- A Long Life Of Living

Goodnight, Texas- California You’re A Hole In My Heart- A Long Life Of Living

Goodnight, Texas- The Railroad- A Long Life Of Living

Goodnight, Texas- Plan Of Attack- A Long Life Of Living

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Mac Wiseman- Old Rattler- Songs From My Mother’s Hand

Ben Glover- Oh Soul- Atlantic

Ben Glover- Prisoner- Atlantic

Glen Hasard- You Will Become- Rhythm and Repose

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Israel Nash- Who In Time- Rain Plans

Kebmo- More For Your Money- Bluesamericana

Over The Rhine- Gonna Let My Soul Catch My Body- Meet Me At The Edge Of The World

Willie Nelson- Wives and Girlfriends- Band of Brothers

Milk Carton Kids- White Girl- Look Again To The Wind

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Matt Harlan- Raven Hotel- Raven Hotel

Drew Kennedy- Jackson Square- Wide Listener

Will Kimbrough- Let The Big World Spin- Sideshow Love

The Doc Marshalls- Here They Come- Look Out, Compadre

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Cahalen Morrison- The Flower Of Muscle Shoals- The Flower Of Muscle Shoals

Cahalen Morrison- Sorrow Lines The Highway Of Regret- The Flower Of Muscle Shoals

Jacob Montague- Railroad Tracks- Northwinds

Josh Garrels- Sailor’s Waltz- The Sea Between

Halfway Poem- Spirits of the Red City- Jula

Grey Reverend- Everlasting- A Hero’s Lie

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Guy Davis- Lost Again- Juba Dance

Turchi- Big Mama’s Door- Can’t Bury Your Past

Andrew Bird- Three White Horses- Three White Horses

New Music Dispatch 09.14.14

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Welcome to the very first episode of New Music Dispatch with your host Michelle Feghali joined by Jacob Richards.

This week we started the show with Death From Above 1979 and their new album The Physical World. After that we moved on to Bank’s new album, Goddess. We ended with Ritual in Repeat from Tennis.

The tracks we added into WDBM’s daytime rotation are:

-“Virgins” by Death From Above 1979

-“Alibi” by Banks

-“Needle and a Knife” by Tennis

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MSU Today 9/19/14

Fall lawn care tips from MSU Turfgrass guru Kevin Frank; Michigan’s bountiful 2014 apple crop; Madonna’s dad, Tony, who along with his wife Joan, owns and operated Ciccone Vineyard in Suttons Bay; Michigan State University President Lou Anna K. Simon and Spartans Athletic Director Mark Hollis talk with MSU Alumni Association Executive Director Scott Westerman. Read More…

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pity party playlist – 9/17/14

pity party playlist – 9/17/14

prawn – glass, irony

brave bird – the worst things happen to me

nice try – no good

tigers jaw – the sun

nouns – dogs

brand new – sink

the american scene – dark creak

51 hertz – shyonara

cloakroom – e

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Asian Music Mondays 09/15/2014

Tonight we are sharing various types of Asian music! Listen to us as we played music from China, Korea, Japan, Taiwan, Filipino and beyond!

 

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Twitter: @ImpactAMM

AKB48 – “Fortune Cookie in Love / 恋するフォーチュンクッキー”

Arashi 嵐- “Love So Sweet”

Akdong Musician (AKMU) – “Give Love”

Buren Bayaer 布仁巴雅尔 – “The Seven Vowels / 七个母音”

Hala Alturk & Mashael – “I Love You Mama / بنيتي الحبوبة”

ARASHI 嵐 – “Hometown / ふるさと”

Jane Zhang 张靓颖 – “I Love This City” Read More…

The Vibe 9/13

C-Jax and Spenny have a hot line-up of hip-hop for you tonight! Our new music at 9pm features Rittz, Jeezy, The Bug and SlimKid3! Tune in at 8pm to midnight!

 

Good Ass Intro – Chance the Rapper

So Sick Stories – Ratking

Mac Lethal – Calm Down

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