Meet KIXI’s New Midday Guy


The John Tesh Radio Show brings intelligence for your life to Seattle’s AM 880 KIXI listeners. Weekdays from 10am to 3pm you can enjoy your favorite KIXI music, and get valuable information on how to make life simpler, better, and more enjoyable. From personal growth and relationships, to health, fitness, work, and having fun, the John Tesh Radio Show will ... Read More »

Puget Sound Access


Interesting guests and compelling conversations about local issues. Sunday, May 3 5:30am - This week we meet the Director of Neurosurgery & Neuro-Interventional Surgery at Overlake Hospital, Dr. Abineet Chowdhary as well as Charlene Raunio, Overlake Hospital’s Education Coordinator. May is Stroke Awareness Month and Dr. Chowdhary explains the realities of Strokes, risk factors, prevention, and treatments. Charlene gives us ... Read More »

Slider Cook Off – 03-28-15

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Tacoma's Museum of glass held their 4th annual Slider Cook-Off Saturday, March 28th. KIXI's Dan Murphy MC'd the evening of food, fun, and fabulous rock 'n roll. Read More »


Joni Mitchell’s Friend Named Her Conservator

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James O’MaraA longtime friend of Joni Mitchell has been appointed the musician’s temporary conservator. Leslie Morris was appointed Mitchell’s conservator at a Los Angeles hearing on Monday, People magazine reports. The ruling allows Morris to provide temporary care and support for the 71-year-old musician, who was hospitalized in late March after being found unconscious at her Los Angeles home. Morris ... Read More »

U2 Performs in NYC Subway Station

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Olaf HeineU2 on Monday night played a surprise gig in an unusual location: a New York City subway station. The band, led by Bono in sunglasses and a blue cowboy hat, performed their Rattle and Hum song “Angel of Harlem” to a crowd gathered at the Grand Central subway station, including Jimmy Fallon. Spectators posted photos and video of the ... Read More »

Jim Peterik Says The Ides of March’s Spirit Carries Through on “Last Band Standing” Box Set

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Ides of March RecordsThe Ides of March is best known for their memorable horn-driven 1970 hit “Vehicle,” but the band has produced a lot of music in a variety of genres during its half-century history. The group from the Chicago suburb of Berwyn, Illinois, is celebrating its 50th anniversary with a new five-disc box set titled Last Band Standing that ... Read More »

Bob Seger’s Classic Album “Night Moves” Getting Reissued on High-Quality Vinyl

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Capitol Records/Universal MusicBob Seger turns 70 on Wednesday, and just in time for the Michigan rocker’s milestone birthday comes word that his breakthrough album, 1976’s Night Moves, will be reissued on 180-gram vinyl June 16. Night Moves was Seger’s first studio effort to feature his longtime backing group, The Silver Bullet Band, and was his first album to reach the ... Read More »

Mick Jagger, Ronnie Wood, Nick Mason Contribute to Charity Single to Help Nepal Earthquake Victims

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Universal Music EnterprisesThe Rolling Stones‘ Mick Jagger and Ronnie Wood have teamed up with Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason to record a charity single to aid the survivors of the devastating earthquake in Nepal. The song, titled “Save the Children (Look into Your Heart),” was released Tuesday and can be purchased now as a digital download at iTunes. Jagger contributes ... Read More »