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  • Shady Grove is CJ's favorite weekend of the year! Alternative School will inform you about (and play) some of the artists who will be performing at FMC Park in Pocatello July 19-20.
  • We've reached 10 episodes of Double XX, and what journey it's been so far! In this episode, we are listening to artists who may not be as much in the spotlight, but still shine on their own. Some of the artists featured are Hannah Jadagu, Rachel Chinouriri, and flowerovlove. If you are looking for a new artist to listen to, go ahead and press the play button. You won't be disappointed!
  • Don’t Call It Jazz is thrilled to welcome Christopher Williams on the show to discuss and promote the 2024 Shady Grove Music Camp.
  • KISU's McKenzie Young visits with Dr. Brandon Mickelson, Director of ISU Family Medicine Residency, about the collaboration between ISU’s Residency program and the Pocatello Free Clinic. Services are available to everyone, regardless of insurance status. Circumcisions are available every Tuesday, and vasectomies are on the first Tuesday of every month. For more information and an appointment, call 208-233-6245.
  • On today’s episode, Emily Jahsman interviews Jarrod Brownsberger, a physical therapist working for Advanced Home Health. Jarrod takes us on a journey from Australia to Idaho and describes how he found meaningful work helping others.
  • These songs are in a class all their own, especially when you strip it down to just the lyrics. They are poems, and they are beautiful. Simple as that. With artists such as Stevie Nicks, Lauryn Hill, and Fiona Apple, this episode of Double XX is filled with modern day poets that make us emote in a way that only they can.
  • In May 2024, ISU music professors Dr. Patrick Young and Mark Neiwirth released their solo tuba and piano album, "Counting Rests," which has just received two silver medals from the Global Music Awards under categories: instrumental performance and creativity/originality.
  • The Idaho State University Alumni Association is proud to announce the recipients of the 2024 Homecoming Awards. This prestigious recognition honors distinguished alumni who have demonstrated exceptional achievements in their professional fields and have made significant contributions to their communities and the university.
  • As a kid from the 2000's, I always feel nostalgic whenever these songs come on. Join me and my dear friend and fellow music enthusiast Anna Kaiser, as we dive deep into the archive of music from the early to mid 2000's and talk a little bit about our childhoods. This episode will make you laugh, smile, and reminisce about the good old days.
  • This episode of Double XX is all about love! It is never a bad idea to promote love, as it it such a powerful and beautiful emotion. The songs featured in this episode provide some much needed dopamine if you are having a rough day (but go ahead and listen no matter what mood you're in). With artists like Colbie Caillat and Tori Kelly, this installment is sure to put a smile on your face!