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Interesting guests and compelling conversations about local issues. Sunday, August 2 5:30am – There are museums where you get to walk quietly and look at old relics behind glass displays; and then there are museums like the Hydroplane and Raceboat Museum in Kent. Joining us this week for Seafair Sunday is the Executive Director of the Hydroplane and Raceboat Museum, ... Read More »

Seafair Torchlight/Fanfest (07-25-15)

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Seafair fans and KIXI fans turned out for the Torchlight FanFest at Seattle Center Sautrday the 25th. Lots of action at the KIXI tent. Even the Alaska Airlines Flight Attendant Drill Team got into the act... check out the pictures! Read More »

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 »

Regency Newcastle Senior Festival (07-18-15)


KIXI listeners and Regency Newcastle residents had fun at the senior festival today! They enjoyed delicious hors d’oeuvres, danced to a funk band in the parking lot, and visited with many fun vendors inside. Read More »


Songs by Rush, Heart, Scorpions Added to “Rock Band 4″ Track List

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Andrew MacNaughtan/Anthem/ Roadrunner RecordsHarmonix, the developers behind Rock Band, have unveiled a third batch of songs to be featured in the next installment of the video game franchise, Rock Band 4. On the classic rock front, The Scorpions‘ “No One Like You,” Heart‘s “Kick it Out,” Rush‘s “A Passage to Bangkok” and Rick Derringer‘s “Rock and Roll Hootchie Koo” highlight ... Read More »

James Taylor Looks Back on His Classics

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Timothy WhiteJames Taylor is the subject of the latest installment of “My Life in 15 Songs,” a column that runs in Rolling Stone from time to time. Taylor — whose new album Before This World is his first studio effort in 13 years — looks back on his entire career, from the late ’60s to the present. It may surprise ... Read More »

Michael McDonald, Sheryl Crow & Others on Board for Bill Withers Tribute

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Shore Fire MediaBill Withers will be the subject of a tribute concert October 1 at New York’s legendary Carnegie Hall. A diverse group of musicians will perform his work including Michael McDonald, Sheryl Crow, Dr. John, country singer Kathy Mattea, soul man D’Angelo and young English singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran. The tribute to Withers — who was inducted into the Rock ... Read More »

ZZ Top’s Billy Gibbons Readies Solo Debut

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Concord RecordsAfter fronting ZZ Top for nearly 45 years, Billy Gibbons will release his solo debut, Perfectamundo, on October 23. The album was recorded in Spain, Los Angeles and Gibbons’ native Texas and as its title suggests, will have more of a Latin feel than his work with ZZ Top. Gibbons co-produced the disc with Joe Hardy. In addition to ... Read More »