THE LATEST FROM KIXI RADIO

Imagination Theatre (09-25-17)

The KIXI 880 AM and Dan Murphy were at the taping of the Imagination Theatre giving listeners a chance to win a $100 Visa gift card. Check out your pictures here!

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Puget Sound Access

Interesting guests and compelling conversations about local issues. Sunday, September 24 5:30am – This week we speak with chef and owner of Beecher’s Handmade Cheese, and founder of Pure Food Kids Foundation, Kurt Beecher Dammeier. Kurt has a goal with his food and restaurant businesses; that of changing the way America eats. Along those lines he tells us of his …

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Washington State Fair (09-14-17)

The KIXI Street Team headed to the Washington State Fair to greet listeners before The Beach Boys concert. We gave out prizes which included KIXI coffee mugs, KIXI bags, and more. If you stopped by our tent, you can see your photo here.

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Washington State Fair (09-08-17)

The KIXI Street Team headed to the Washington State Fair to meet with some of our listeners! Thanks for coming out, if you saw us then your photos will be here.  

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Hurricane Relief and How You Can Help

In the past few days we’ve witnessed the fury of Hurricane Harvey and destruction on an almost unimaginable scale in Texas and Louisiana.  We’ve also witnessed the incredible caring and concern of neighbors helping neighbors and long-distance neighbors donating to the relief efforts. Now we are left with the destruction and disruption caused by Hurricane Irma. Our country may be …

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MUSIC NEWS

Running On: Jackson Browne announces 2018 US tour dates

Credit: Brandise DaneswichJackson Browne has lined up his first U.S. tour dates of 2018: a run of seven acoustic shows kicking off January 6 in Augusta, Georgia, and mapped out through a January 24 concert in Sarasota, Florida. During the brief trek, the folk-rocker also will stop in five other Florida cities: Jacksonville, Hollywood, Clearwater, Melbourne and Orlando. Tickets for …

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The Doors’ releasing 50th anniversary reissues of second album, “Strange Days,” in November

RhinoContinuing The Doors‘ 50th anniversary celebration, special reissues of the band’s second album, Strange Days, will be released on November 17. A deluxe, two-CD version of the album, including remastered stereo and original mono mixes of Strange Days, will be available for just under 19 bucks, while a vinyl LP featuring the mono mix will be sold for just under …

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Watch Neil Young’s recent induction into the Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame

Matt Kincaid/Getty ImagesNeil Young was inducted into the Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame during a ceremony held Saturday at Toronto’s famous Massey Hall. You can watch the folk-rock legend’s acceptance speech now via CBC Music’s YouTube channel. Young was presented the honor by his friend Randy Bachman of The Guess Who and Bachman-Turner Overdrive, who congratulated Neil “on a lifetime …

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Cheap Trick rock the bells with “Christmas Christmas” album

Big Machine RecordsCheap Trick has finally “surrendered” to Christmas album fever. The Rock and Roll Hall of Famers will issue their first-ever holiday album, Christmas Christmas, on October 20. The disc features three new Cheap Trick compositions, including the lead track, “Merry Christmas Darlings,” plus covers of Yuletide classics by the Ramones, the Kinks, Slade, Chuck Berry and Harry Nilsson, …

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Stephen Stills and Judy Collins say long-awaited joint album is “the world’s oldest blooming flower”

Scott Dudelson/Getty ImagesAfter a 50-year friendship and a failed romance that inspired an undisputed rock classic, Judy Collins and Stephen Stills are making beautiful music together…again. The 78-year-old Collins and Stills, 72, are touring behind their joint album Everybody Knows, a reference to the Leonard Cohen cover tune they recorded. The 10-song collection also features Stills’ long-lost 1968 cut “Judy” …

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