Big Ten: change the names for the new divisions from Leaders and Legends? Lions break from their losing ways. QB debate: Stanton vs. Hill. Pistons. Tom Izzo one-game suspension.
An exclusive interview with Dolly Parton.
The Big Ten’s new logo and divisions: Legends and Leaders. Ford Field hosts the Vikings vs. Giants game. Lions win over Packers. Detroit Pistons.
What an amazing opportunity for Back to the Future fans! HHour featured exclusive new music from Frontier Ruckus frontman Matthew Millia (aka Matt ‘Millians’). Millians took second place in our annual Holiday Haiku to Slam Poet Black Belt Scott Raven, of the Mayhem Poets, who ordered steak. The poets perform live at the MSU Union for free on December 10th at 9:00 pm, and Frontier Ruckus performs live at Mac’s December 10th, doors open at 9:00 pm.
Every day this week, Impact 89FM will post a list of favorite albums from a different member of our music staff. Today, we take a look at the favorites of our music director, Autumn Maison.
This year, I was listening to music for two! In August, I had a baby, and so that kind of changed my perception of music. Emotional preggo hormones made music more enjoyable, and having a son makes it more fun to dance like a fool and sing really stupidly. I am an entertainer now! Basically, a lot of my reviews are going to mention him or being pregnant, and now you have context.
1. The Tallest Man On Earth – The Wild Hunt (Dead Oceans)
Easy choice. Hands down, my favorite album that was released this year. I think this strays so far from what I normally consider appealing that once I heard it, I just fell in love with it. The Wild Hunt is really simple musically, and so it was a great album to get crazy-emotional-hormone-crying over. A lot of the criticism I hear regarding this album is that “Dylan did it so much better”, and while I’m not refuting the similarities, I think that The Wild Hunt is fantastic in its own regard.
Amazing stories of the cure for HIV, brains without fear, and brain-controlled neuroskeletons. Plus Jon picks Aladdin over every other movie in ranking films on flickchart.
Tune in to Happy Hour tonight, to catch exclusive new music from Frontier Ruckus frontman Matthew Millia. We’ll also force him to an epic Christmas Haiku battle vs the Mayhem Poets, who perform live at the union tomorrow as well. Over to happy hour for more info, and tune in at 7 p.m. for your chance to win free tickets to both shows!!