This coming Saturday’s show, if nothing else, will be eclectic. Among others, we’ll be talking with hip hop artist and philosopher Brandon Mitchell (aka MC Kadence), Colin Moorhouse from the local zine Ypsi Underground, and a group of folks who will be coming by the AM 1700 studio to discuss the possibility of an on-air food challenge of some kind. And, as if that weren’t enough, the multi-talented Jim Cherewick, who wrote the theme song for last week’s show, will be in the studio with his pens, drawing everyone who drops by to visit. And, on top of all that, your favorite Ypsi bar manager, Brigid Mooney, will be coming by at some point to introduce us to one of her funnier regulars. And we’ll be kicking the whole thing off by talking with Morgan Cox, from FLY Children’s Art Center, who has offered to supply this week’s six pack. (Thank you, Morgan.) Oh, and we also just hired our first Saturday Six Pack reporter, who will be on the street come Saturday night, looking for downtown Ypsi action to report on. So be sure to tune in come 6:00. It should be fun.
If you’d like to tell your friends about the show, feel free to share the Facebook event page. As of right now, it looks as though there are only about 21 people who are planning to listen, so there should still be some milliwatts available. (Unless you live really close by, I’d recommend streaming the show online, which you can do either on the AM1700 website or by way of TuneIn.com.)
And for those of you who aren’t yet familiar with the show, you can listen to the entire show archive on iTunes.
One last thing. We love phonecalls. So please scratch this number in your forearm… 734.217.8624… and call us between 6:00 and 8:00 this Saturday evening. (Don’t make us call you.)
[Thanks to Kate de Fuccio for yet another great poster.]