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Elle Mann

Host of Double XX & Sang Your Face Off

My name is Elle Mann and I am the host of Double XX and co-host of Sang Your Face Off on KISU. I was born and raised here in Pocatello, Idaho. My hobbies include hiking, running, skiing, reading, traveling, hanging out with friends and family, and playing the guitar. I have been working at KISU for a little over a year now, and look forward to continuing my career in radio. Make sure to check out Double XX this summer on Tuesday evenings at 7:30 p.m.!

  • In the very first installment of Double XX, we showcase some of the most promising up and coming talents in music today. This episode features artists such as Maisie Peters, Arlo Parks, and MUNA. With the catchy beats and intricate lyricism, this episode is bound to grab the listeners attention!
  • In their final installment of this light-hearted summer series, Elle and Henry come to an agreement on the definition of "sanging."
  • We learn the significance of the years 1962 and 1966. Elle and Henry listen to some of the greatest motown hits of the sixties and seventies, as well discussing the privileges of being the youngest child in their families. Our two hosts get a little closer to figuring out the true definition of "sanging." So sit back and enjoy this throwback to one of the most soulful eras of music.
  • On this week's edition of Sang Your Face Off- Elle tells Henry to patent his idea for a bacon flavored mocha drink. Henry names Elle as the number one air-guitar player of all time! Our hosts discuss what makes the Los Lonely Boys “lonely,” Elle finally learns the rules of the point system, and U2 comes back for a second consecutive episode with their song “One” with Mary J. Blige.
  • Our two hosts discuss the relation between Sir Elton John songs and The Muppets. Elle clarifies that her family are big U2 and not “Youtube” fans. Henry gives out our (fake) phone number. In the fifth installment of this summer series, Elle and Henry debate the possible true meaning of what it means to really “Sang Your Face Off.”Show 5 Playlist:Title, Artist, Album Ain't Nobody Worryin'Anthony HamiltonAin't Nobody Worryin'Border SongElton JohnElton JohnWhen Love Comes to TownU2 & B.B. KingRattle and HumSecurityJoss StoneMind, Body & SoulMr. MakerThe KooksKonk
  • Elle and Henry discuss the only ways in which they will eat tomatoes. Henry has an internal conflict and explains why he doesn’t trust people with two first names. And Elle gets closer to figuring out what “sang” really means. In an episode that celebrates women in music, this installment of SYFO is filled with powerful female voices from the past and the present.
  • Whether you’re kicking your feet up to relax or getting up to dance, these songs can make you happy. Elle reminisces about some of her old college memories and the 1998 version of The Parent Trap. Henry tells some stories about meeting Stevie Wonder. And Elle finds out that Corinne Bailey Rae is British.
  • Elle and Henry discuss the weather, as well as some groovy tunes that would be good to listen to at dinner or while driving. They also discuss their love for India Arie. Elle tells a story about coffee and Henry gets nostalgic about growing up in the 70’s.
  • The very first episode of “Sang Your Face Off!” The games have begun! Listen as Elle and Henry talk about whether or not people who were born after 1979 can actually “sang” (as Henry puts it). From Joss Stone to Joy Oladokun, this first installment is filled with soul.