Interviews, concerts, in-studio performances, and more! Check out the latest from our video team.

VIDEO PREMIERE: WDBM Celebrates 25th Birthday

The Impact celebrates 25 years on-air! We threw down at Mac’s Bar with Kim Vi & The Siblings, Flint Eastwood, and The Soil and the Sun. Thanks for a great silver anniversary!

VIDEO PREMIERE: Grizfolk Interview

Grizfolk handles the term “folktronic” people have used to describe their music. Also, talks of the band’s origin and recording vs. live performance musical techniques.

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VIDEO PREMIERE: Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. – “Run” (Live @ WDBM)

Before their show in Lansing, Josh and Daniel of Detroit-based Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. dropped by to jam with us, as they performed an acoustic version “Run” off of their album “The Speed of Things”.

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VIDEO PREMIERE: Interview with Gifts or Creatures

Brandon and Bethany Foote of Gifts or Creatures sit down with us and talk about song writing, album art, and telling stories through music.  Gifts or Creatures is a Lansing based folk band featuring MSU alumni Ryan Frietas on the bass, and percussionist Ty Forquer.

For more sweet jams from Gifts or Creatures, check out their website,

VIDEO PREMIERE: James Gardin – “Wake Up Sleepyhead” (Live @ The Intersection)

James Gardin (formerly P.H.I.L.T.H.Y.) is a hip-hop artist out of Lansing, MI. He’s got a new EP out entitled A Little Light for You, which is available for free download on his Soundcloud (link below).

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VIDEO PREMIERE: Bastille Backstage @ Royal Oak Music Theatre

Chris Wood and Will Farquarson sat down with us last night in Royal Oak before their show to chat about their recent Brit Awards nominations, a Bastille original cocktail, and untrustworthy taxi drivers in Texas.

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VIDEO PREMIERE: James Gardin – “I Try” (Live @ The Intersection)

Local artist James Gardin (formerly known as P.H.I.L.T.H.Y.) starts the night off right by kickin’ some words of wisdom at The Intersection in Grand Rapids, MI.

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