THE LATEST FROM KIXI RADIO

Meet KIXI’s New Midday Guy

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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 »

Steve Tyrell Talks to KIXI

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KIXI welcomes Steve Tyrell to Dimitriou’s Jazz Alley February 26 – March 1. Renowned singer, Steve Tyrell, is back! This time with a new show, That Lovin’ Feelin’, featuring selections from his eleventh studio album, also titled That Lovin’ Feelin’, out in February 2015 via Concord Music Group. Tyrell’s celebration of what he calls “the next generation of the Great ... Read More »

Songwriting Legend Jimmy Webb Talks to KIXI

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KIXI welcomes songwriting legend Jimmy Webb to Dimitriou’s Jazz Alley Tuesday, February 10 – Wednesday, February 11 You can’t listen to the radio without hearing a Jimmy Webb song. Jimmy Webb is an American songwriter, composer, and singer known worldwide as a master of his trade. His platinum selling classics include “Up, Up and Away,” “By the Time I Get ... Read More »

MUSIC NEWS

Chrissie Hynde to Publish Autobiography in September

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Credit: Dean ChalkleyChrissie Hynde is set to join the ranks of the famous rockers who have penned an autobiography. The New York Times reports that the Pretenders frontwoman has signed a deal with Doubleday to publish a “literary memoir” on September 8 of this year. The as-yet-untitled book apparently will put quite a bit of brass in Hynde’s pocket, as ... Read More »

Safety Agency May Take New Look at Plane Crash That Killed Buddy Holly

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Harry Hammond/V&A Images/Getty ImagesThe National Transportation Safety Board is considering a request that it re-investigate the 1959 plane crash that killed Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and The Big Bopper. The plane carrying the rockers went down February 3, 1959 near Clear Lake, Iowa, and in September of that year the Civil Aeronautics Board ruled that the crash was caused by ... Read More »