THE LATEST FROM KIXI RADIO

KIXI Programming Alert – Saturday, November 22

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It’s Gonzaga Basketball time on KIXI Radio! This year KIXI brings you all the action and excitement of Bulldog basketball from tip-off to the closing buzzer. But that will mean some adjustments to our programming on game days. We’ll always try to air our programs in their entirety. And you can always enjoy regular KIXI music and special programs like ... Read More »

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 23 5:30am -   This week we hear from Martha Davis, the Executive Director at Toy Rescue Mission. Toy Rescue Mission depends entirely on volunteers and one of those volunteers, Hadley Reeder joins us too. A Senior at Gig Harbor High School, Hadley finds a real sense of family ... Read More »

MUSIC NEWS

High-Def Audio Version of George Harrison’s “The Apple Years” Box Set to Be Released Next Week

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Universal Music EnterprisesBack in September, a box set titled The Apple Years 1968-75 featuring remastered versions of George Harrison‘s first six solo albums was issued on CD and as a standard digital download. Now, a high-definition digital version of the compilation is set to be released this Monday, November 24. The revamped collection has been mastered in 96-kHz/24-bit digital resolution ... Read More »

Paul Simon, Art Garfunkel Pay Tribute to “Graduate” Director Mike Nichols

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Columbia MasterworksMike Nichols, one of the most celebrated and successful film and stage directors in American history, died Wednesday night at age 83. Nichols directed some of American cinema’s classic films, including 1968’s The Graduate, for which he won the Academy Award for best director. Many of the acclaimed director’s celebrity friends and colleagues have written messages paying tribute to ... Read More »

Cher Cancels the Rest of Her Dressed to Kill Dates

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Peter Kramer/NBCPoor Cher. Back in September, she became ill and and had to reschedule all her concert dates. But now, she’s been forced to cancel all those rescheduled dates, because she still hasn’t made a full recovery. After Cher wrapped up the first leg of her Dressed to Kill tour in March, she was going to embark on a second ... Read More »

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