Oktoberfest is an annual festival that highlights German culture. The weekend-long festival brought community members together to enjoy German food, beer and music. Impact’s Miguel Martinez has the full story.
Torch and Twang brings you four hours of Americana tunes! Tonight, Eric will be featuring new music from Amos Lee, Deep Dark Woods, Willie Nelson and more. Plus, music from Stephen Kellogg, Tift Merritt and Sarah Jarosz, who are all performing in the Mitten this week!
Link Wray- Rawhide- T&T Intro
Nicki Bluhm & The Gramblers- Hey Stranger- Nicki Bluhm & The Gramblers Read More…
Japanese noise rockers Melt Banana are back with their first album in six years! In support of the new album Fetch, they’re embarking on yet another American tour, with two dates in Michigan: October 25 at the Pyramid Scheme and October 28 at the Crofoot in Pontiac. Tonight we have new music from Korean indie folk artist Kim Mokin, and K-pop veteran Seo In Young.
Seo In Young – “나를 사랑해줘 / Love Me (feat. Gaeko of Dynamic Duo)”
Kim Mokin – “그게 다 외로워서래 / All That Matters Is Loneliness” (check out Kim Mokin and Electric Muse Records)
Melt Banana – “Candy Gun”
T-ara – “ロィーポィ / Roly-Poly”
SHINee – “늘 그자리에 / Honesty”
Trouble Maker – “Trouble Maker”
HOME MADE KAZOKU – “Summer Time Magic” (by request)
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
On Friday’s newscast: update on the United States Capitol; Munn Ice Arena’s move to LED lights, local and national sports news, new legislation to affect bars in Michigan; weekend weather update, local music report and Oktoberfest in Old Town. Read More…
Tonight on Exposure, host Abbie Newton talks with Michigan State University Executive Director of Alumni Relations Scott Westerman about Homecoming at MSU. We touch base with a few MSU music composers and we feature their breaks on today’s show. Reporter Miguel Martinez gives us a review of Oktoberfest in Old Town. Later on the show, we will explore the economic and social growth of Africa. And lastly, we hear about the Michigan apple harvest and the Apple Butter Festival at the Fenner Nature Center. Read More…
Its the final show of Spartan Sportswrap after a legendary run since 1989. Hosts Alex Scharg and Anthony “Fino” Serafino talk about Michigan State football’s big road victory at Kinneck Stadium, Detroit Lions, and Tigers.
Plus, the Sportswrap crew dedicates the final 10 minutes as a tribute to the show including favorite memories, guests and laughs from the past years.
Happy Sunday, everyone! Tonight your host Devin is giving away tickets to two great upcoming shows at the Loft in Lansing! Listen in for your chance to win tickets to Papadosio (10/11) and Blue Sky Black Death (10/12)!
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1. Yellow Bird – Pretty Lights
2. Feel (Thievery Corporation Remix) – Bombay Dub Orchestra
Formula racing is a sport that might not get as much recoginition as say, football or basketball, on a university campus. But despite it’s under the radar status, the MSU Formula Racing Team is very present at MSU, requiring hard work and dedication from it’s many involved engineering students. Impact reporter Carmen Scruggs has the story.
Kirk Heinze talks with the very green president of Michigan International Speedway Roger Curtis. Michigan State University President Lou Anna K. Simon and Spartans Athletic Director Mark Hollis talk with Hall of Fame Spartan Sports Network leaders Will Tieman and Wendy Hart. Retired Navy Vice Admiral Lee Gunn touts more renewable energy to buttress our national security. And Scott Westerman offers his perspective on simplifying your life. Read More…