On this week’s Exposure, Scott Hanshue of the Department of Natural Resources talks about allowing fishing in the Red Cedar River. Impact’s Thea Card did her research and discovered what the “fiscal cliff” really is, and Lansing author and screenwriter, Marques Peterson, spoke about his new book and what it takes to get published. MSU student Alexis Parker chatted about Martin Luther King Jr. Day, and Impact’s Carmen Scruggs reported how MSU celebrated the holiday. To end the show, ASMSU President Evan Martinak and Director of Public Relations Haley Dunnigan talked about Associated Students of Michigan State University in the Spartan Spotlight.
Michigan Artist Spotlight
Jam of the Day
- April 17, 2014
Thee Hourz O' Power
Starts: 10:00 pm
Ends: 2:00 am
BANG! YOUR! HEAD!!!
Are you ready to bang your head for 4 hours?
If you’re expecting your typical metal show, you’re looking at the wrong show. We’ll play what satellite radio won’t. Playing the heaviest metal from the 70’s all the way to the most obscure modern metal ranging from Bay City Thrash all the way to Scandinavian Black Metal. We don’t leave hardcore out either; anything from Black Flag and Minor Threat all the way to modern bands like Integrity, Converge, Vaccine and Xibalba will find their way on the airwaves.
The uninitiated metal can be known to have been started during the time of Black Sabbath and Led Zeppelin. This transitioned into what is known as the New Wave of British Heavy Metal, featuring bands such as Judas Priest and Iron Maiden. This influenced Thrash Metal, which in turn influenced Death and Black Metal. Every new metal genre searches for a heavier and more aggressive sound. We aim to get the full spectrum for you.
From its existence starting in the 90s, Thee Hourz O Power, Lansing’s premier metal show, has consistently delivered heavy music and always will!
- April 18, 2014
Starts: 2:00 am
Ends: 6:00 am
Impact Alternative is heavier and more rock oriented. It's designed to keep you going through the night with artist you may or may not know.
The Music That Matters
Starts: 6:00 am
Ends: 7:00 pm
Playing our daily rotation of new, breaking and core music!
Starts: 7:00 pm
Ends: 8:00 pm
MSU Today is a lively look at MSU-related people, places, events and attitudes put into focus by MSU President Lou Anna Simon, Spartans Athletic Director Mark Hollis and Russ White. Kirk Heinze shares his sustainability-focused Greening of the Great Lakes conversations, too.
Starts: 8:00 pm
Ends: 10:00 pm
Playing all your favorites from the 70's, 80's and 90's! Start your party night off right!