THE LATEST FROM KIXI RADIO

Frank Sinatra Jr. Talks To KIXI

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KIXI welcomes Frank Sinatra Jr. to Little Creek Casino November 13th.  Frank Jr. talked with KIXI Radio’s Dan Murphy about his musical career and working in the shadow of Frank Sinatra Sr.  To hear the interview  Click here. Read More »

Show Your Love of Radio Theatre

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Do you love the great classic and contemporary Radio Theatre programs on KIXI? Whether you call it Radio Theatre or Audio Drama, there's an online petition to have the White House proclaim October 30th as National Audio Drama Day. Read More »

Puget Sound Access

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Interesting guests and compelling conversations about local issues. Sunday, November 2 5:30am - This week we welcome back to the program Susan Camerer, the Executive Director of Vision House. Vision House is a Faith-Based nonprofit that provides transitional housing and support services to homeless mothers and their children, and separately to men recovering from substance abuse. Susan shares with us ... Read More »

MUSIC NEWS

Bob Seger Loves Halloween but Not Dressing Up

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Clay Patrick McBrideIt’s no secret that Bob Seger likes that old time rock ‘n’ roll, but did you now that he’s also a big fan of Halloween? The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer tells ABC News Radio that he and his family enjoy getting together to celebrate the holiday with all the little trick-or-treaters who come to their house ... Read More »

Marvin Gaye’s Family Wins First Round in Copyright-Infringement Battle over Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines”

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Image Courtesy of MotownA judge in California is allowing a lawsuit initiated by the late Marvin Gaye‘s family to move forward that alleges pop/R&B stars Pharrell Williams and Robin Thicke stole parts of a classic Gaye song to write their smash “Blurred Lines.” U.S. District Court Judge John Kronstadt on Thursday denied a motion seeking to have the claim of ... Read More »

Gregg Allman Dismissed from Civil Lawsuit Tied to Midnight Rider Biopic Accident

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PMK-BNCGregg Allman and his manager, Michael Lehman, have been dropped from a civil lawsuit initiated by the family of Sarah Jones, the camera assistant who was killed by a train during the filming of the Allman biopic Midnight Rider this past February. Deadline reports that an attorney for Jones’ parents announced Thursday that they were dismissing claims against Allman and ... Read More »

Eagles, McCartney, Rolling Stones Among Finalists for 2014 “Billboard” Touring Awards

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James Glader; MJ Kim; Simon CrossThe Eagles, Paul McCartney and The Rolling Stones are among the artists who will vie for honors at the 2014 Billboard Touring Awards, scheduled for November 20 at the Edison Ballroom in New York City. The Eagles are finalists in the Top Tour category, which acknowledges the highest-grossing tours of the year. The veteran band’s ... Read More »

Bob Seger Announces New North American Concerts, Reveals Venues for Second-Leg Tour Dates

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ABC/Randy HolmesBob Seger has scheduled several new concerts as part of the second leg of his recently-announced North American tour with his Silver Bullet Band in support of his latest album, Ride Out. Among the newly-added shows are performances on January 27 in Charleston, West Virginia; February 3 in Ft. Meyers, Florida; February 10 in Lafayette, Louisiana; and February 17 ... Read More »

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