This Friday, March 14, 2014 tune in to “Living…With Sam Graham” on 88.9FM (radio.iit.edu) from 3pm – 5pm. Mulatto Patriot will be live in the studio discussing Hip-Hop, their new project “Ray Elementary”, the various artists they have worked with, and more! This is a group, an interview, and music you don’t want to miss!
March 13th, 2014 by LivingWithSamGraham · No Comments
March 8th, 2014 by kristengogol · No Comments
Join us this Wednesday at 4:30pm for a telephone interview with Carson of In the Aisles on Midday with K Chicago WIIT 88.9FM streaming live at radio.iit.edu
Beginning as just a “jam-band”, In The Aisles is finding its niche in the local music scene, and turning into one of the Chicago-land’s up and coming Rock acts.. The sound can be described as a amalgamation of Alternative Rock, with an melodic Grunge/Punk sound.. In a world where honest music seems to be fading away, very few bands express such raw emotions with a full sound as In The Aisles. In The Aisles has formed a unique and passionate fan base, with there powerful music and highly talked about live shows…This 3 piece has quickly risen to local recognition, and its safe to say that, In The Aisles will continue to exceed all expectations put in front of them. If you haven’t heard their music, it’s just a matter of time…………
March 4th, 2014 by kristengogol · No Comments
Make sure to listen in this Wednesday from 4-6pm CST on Chicago’s WIIT Midday with K 88.9FM or radio.iit.edu. We are giving away 2 tickets to the Cubby Bear Wrigleyville concert featuring Gramps the Vamp with J-Roc & The Biz, Fuzz, and Seven Soul. We are also giving away an autographed Rory Sullivan CD! If you are lucky enough to stop by the studio during the show, you can get your picture taken with Rory and the crew.
March 4th, 2014 by LivingWithSamGraham · No Comments
Join us on Friday, March 7, 2014 at 3:30pm Central time as we welcome Author, Mentor, Educator, and Founder of R.E.A.L., Dr. Horace R. Hall. During his first time appearance on WIIT 88.9 FM (radio.iit.edu) Dr. Hall will share his experiences as a mentor, researcher,dissertation process(es), professorship(s), and life experiences along with great music and other guests.
March 4th, 2014 by elcaobo · No Comments
TUESDAY, March 4, 2014
- 2:00pm – 4:00pm Central Time (Illinois & Canada [central])
- 3:00pm – 5:00pm Eastern Time (New York, Colombia, Cuba & Brasil)
- 1:00pm – 3:00pm Mountain Time (Denver & Canada [mountain])
- 12:00pm – 2:00pm Pacific Time (California & Canada [pacific])
- 8:00pm – 10:00pm British/Irish/Western European Time (London)
- 9:00pm – 11:00pm Central European Time (Berlin)
- 10:00pm – 12:00am Eastern European Time (Athens)
Classic Soul | R&B | Stepping
March 1st, 2014 by kristengogol · No Comments
*Single “Better Now” featured on documentary film “Finding Seoul’
March 1st, 2014 by kristengogol · No Comments
Join us this Wednesday at 4:30pm CST on Chicago’s Midday with K WIIT 88.9FM radio.iit.edu to meet Maggie Corbett. Maggie is a Chicago based actress with a background in theater, film, tv, and improv. After having lived and worked in New York, L.A., and Italy, she returned to Chicago to perform as Edna in the Goodman Theatre’s production of Sweet Bird of Youth. Other recent productions include playing Edna in the world premiere of A Beautiful Spell at the Royal George Theater, as well as Marie in David Cromer’s production of Come Back, Little Sheba at Shattered Globe Theatre. Additional stage credits include A Streetcar Named Desire, Othello, Henry V, The Elephant Man, and Noises Off, among others. Maggie graduated with a BA in acting from Columbia College Chicago, and has studied with Austin Pendleton at HB Studios, Jane Alderman at the Acting Studio Chicago, Matthew Miller at Second City, and the Actors Temple London. She has appeared in productions with the New York International Fringe Festival, Shakespeare in the Parking Lot, and Emerging Artists Theatre, and is an ensemble member of the English Theatre of Rome, Rare Terra Theatre, and Woodsugars sketch comedy group.
February 27th, 2014 by LivingWithSamGraham · No Comments
I am your Host and Superlative LifeStyle Maverick, Sam Graham
Please join me this Friday, February 28, 2014 at 3:00pm Central time for the official launch of “Living…With sam Graham”. Your newest talk and music show on WIIT 88.9 FM – CHICAGO. My guests this week will be:
Communications and Public Relations veteran, Patricia Andrews-Keenan.
Also visiting the studio will be Kevin Ross, Senior VP, Marketing, and Brand Manager for TwoGuard Media Group.
For your health and fitness information, we have Stephan Fouche of NLS Fitness.
…and his beautiful wife and business partner, Mireya Fouche Founder of “One Heart One Soul” organization.
Tune in for information, engagement, music, and more!!!!
February 24th, 2014 by kristengogol · No Comments
Join us this Wednesday at 5:30pm CST for an interview with Chicago’s newest fitness team! Tune in to radio.iit.edu to stream live or listen to 88.9FM Chicago to hear fitness tips and more.
Justin Stasny BIO
ACSM Certified Personal Trainer
NASM Performance Enhancement Specialist
“Ever since I first stepped foot into a gym at the age of 12 I have been obsessed with fitness. At the time, I read every magazine, every article, and every book I could get my hands on to grasp a solid understanding and knowledge of building a solid physical foundation and performance ready physique. Before this, I guess you could say I was a chubby kid and not exactly the epitome of fitness and I was tired of getting made fun of and ridiculed for my body. As I learned more and more about working out and put my new knowledge into practice, I found out it was about a lot more than just building a better body. I realized early on that with building a better body I learned more about discipline and it built up my confidence and abilities to do everything I set my mind to. This was one of those life changing moments and I already knew that I had to share this new found information and passion with everyone that I could. So, I started building routines for myself and my friends so we could not only be faster and stronger from a competition and sporting standpoint, but it also helped us all develop into better people.”
“I knew I wanted to spend my life educating everyone I could about the benefits of health and fitness so I continued my quest to further my knowledge as much as possible by going to college at Indiana University and obtaining my Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology. I already had a good grasp on what workouts do what, but with my formal education it really helped me gain an understanding of the mechanics of the human body, its’ movement, and how the body’s physiological systems are integrated in the performance of exercise, work, sports performance, and overall well-being.”
“Developing a better body has always helped me compete well in many sports. In high school I was one of only two freshman in a class of about 900 to wrestle at varsity level. I was also one of only two sophomore students to compete at varsity level in football. At the age of 16 I tried my first bodybuilding show and was awarded 2nd place in the teen mens tall division (I was the youngest competitor in the show by 2 years). In college I played volleyball for the mens club team. After college, I started to focus more on my career, but still compete in sports like Mixed Martial Arts and inline hockey.”
“I have been training people professionally at different gyms in and around the Chicago-land area ever since. In 2007 I decided to open up my own personal training studio called The Better You Fitness Studio to allow me to really encompass all aspects of my knowledge and be able to teach new clients without anything holding me back. Since I opened in 2007 we have doubled in size to a full gym and are looking to expand again with a membership base of about 750 people. I continue to learn and develop new techniques and not only follow new fitness trends, but lead them. I am a firm believer that if you put in the hard work, you will achieve whatever it is that you want. I knew what I wanted to do with my life as soon as I picked up my first weight at the age of 12 and I haven’t looked back. I want to teach everyone that I can that building a better body is just the first step into building the foundation of a better life.”
February 23rd, 2014 by kristengogol · No Comments
Join Midday with K this Wednesday at 4:30pm CST on WIIT 88.9FM streaming live at radio.iit.edu for a telephone interview with Scale Model!
Scale Model Bio:
Scale Model is an indie rock/pop band based in Nashville, TN. They combine complex instrumental structure with unique, catchy vocal melodies to create a sound that transcends the staples of pop.
“If you haven’t had the pleasure of hearing Scale Model yet, let us be the first to tell you: you’re in for a treat. The Nashville four-piece plays an infectious blend of synth melodies and danceable drum beats, and tops it all of with some of the best female vocals Music City has to offer.”
-No Country for New Nashville
“Scale Model certainly seems inspired by New Romanticism, with four-on-the-floor beats, positive-minded, ambitious content and saccharine, synth-driven progressions.”
“…Scale Model uses New Wave’s synthesis of propulsive rhythms from krautrock and disco as a foundation…letting Rox’s vocal melodies float on top like Nena or “Heart of Glass”-era Debbie Harry.”
“[Megan] Rox’s more self-assured vocals have become a revelation. It’s not just that her singing is so delectable and angelic on this brand new EP, but on songs like the wondrous “Ground Beneath My Feet” (and the great “Set Me Free,” from their also-excellent 2010 Set Me Free E.P.), her delivery and words sound inspiring. And on closing tracks “Mindreader” and “Impression,” her voice soars. What a lovely record!”
-The Big Takeover