Today on Exposure, host Abbie Newton talks about the government shutdown with Eric Scorsone, an economist and public finance expert. Michigan State University professors, Lorraine Weatherspoon and Elizabeth Quilliam, visit the studio to speak about how advergames promote unhealthy eating. We highlight a new store that opened in Old Town in the summer, and two cast members of Flashdance at Wharton Center share the stage to discuss the Broadway hit.
DJ Chelbucket sifted through the first six volumes of ‘Now That’s What I Call Music’ to find the perfect tunes for tonight’s Flashback. With hits from Hanson, Shaggy, ‘N Sync, and of course Aaron Carter, how could you not enjoy your Friday night with the Impact?!
1. Shape of My Heart – Backstreet Boys
2. Drive – Incubus
3. Beautiful Day – U2
4. Around the World (la la la la la) – A Touch of Class
5. It Wasn’t Me – Shaggy
A night of one-hit wonders on tonight’s set of Flashback! Check out all the killer songs, including the gem pictured here: Afternoon Delight.
1. Blue Suede Shoes – Carl Perkins
2. Willie and the Hand Jive – The Johnny Otis Show
3. Rockin Robin – Bobby Day
Michigan State Basketball Coach Tom Izzo spent the weekend in a tent at Munn Field. He was surrounded by 3,100 other dedicated student fans who camped out in order to increase their chances of receiving Izzone tickets for the 2013-2014 basketball season. Impact’s Abbie Newton was at the event and shares some of Izzo’s famous words.
On tonight’s edition of Flashback Chelbucket took us swinging back in time for some easy listening from The Rat Pack (pictured here), Louis Armstrong, Fats Waller, Perry Como, and so many more! The full playlist is right here for you nifty guys and dolls:
1. What’d I Say – Ray Charles
2. Ain’t That A Kick In The Head – Dean Martin
3. Theme from New York, New York – Frank Sinatra
4. Something’s Gotta Give – Sammy Davis Jr.
Who’s your favorite Beatle?! DJ Chelbucket happens to have a crush on Ringo Starr!
Here’s the beautiful Beatles playlist from tonight’s Flashback:
3. Love Me Do
4. I Want To Hold Your Hand
5. From Me To You
Today on Exposure, host Abbie Newton talks to two Michigan State professors about their research. First, Professor Scott Imberman in the Department of Economics speaks about the significance of the spillover effect of bilingual education. Then professor Bruno Basso from the Department of Geological Studies discusses the importance and usage of MSU’s first unmanned drone. Abbie takes a step outside the studio to talk to Tim Dempsey, East Lansing Planning & Community Development Director, about the city’s proposal to limit the number of seats served alcohol downtown after 12 a.m. Exposure welcomes Old Town Blues Fest Coordinator Ty Liggons to the studio to speak about the 9th year of the festival. Matchette & Frog, a band that will be featured at Blues Fest, also visited the studio. Lastly, we highlight MS80, a band of local high school students that will play at The Loft this weekend.
It was a party night on Flashback tonight! Thank you groovy guys and gals for tuning in!
1. Mama Told Me Not Come – Three Dog Night
2. Soul Man – Sam & Dave
3. Peach Fuzz – The Ventures
Lansing Unionized Vaudeville Spectacle – St. James Infirmary Blues
The Mantons – One Long Overdrive
Dizzy Dearest – Back Molar Dream Sequence
Dizzy Dearest – Slow Motion Loser
Dizzy Dearest – John and Jane’s Song
The Plurals – Morning Lecture With the Professor
Jake Down & the Midwest Mess – Shipwreck Part One (When We Sank)
A Band Called Mithras – I Know What I Know
Wayne Szalinski – Thanks for Nothing Becky Gelke
Wayne Szalinski – Sweetness
Wayne Szalinski – Some Collagist
Decades – Come In
Decades – Tear You Up
The Bard Owls – No Tracks
The Bard Owls – The Blackest Crow
The Bard Owls – Red Road
The Bard Owls – Blue House
Tonight of the first Exposure of September, host Abbie Newton talks with Carl Borchgrevink, a Michigan State University professor, about a class that explores the history, tastes, and fancy of wines. Carlee Henderson of VIM Magazine also visits the studio to speak about Michigan State’s only fashion magazine on campus. Later on the show, we speak about Spartan Remix and Student Ticket Day at the Wharton Center.