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Interesting guests and compelling conversations about local issues. Sunday, August 28 5:30am – Our guests this week will show us how a small city can run a performing arts center and bring everyday benefits to the community. Joe Mclalwain is the Executive Director and Gillian Jones is the Director of Programming at the Edmonds Center for the Arts. (ECA) ECA …

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Illusion of Elvis @ EQC (8-16-16)

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Dan Murphy and the KIXI Street Team were at the Emerald Queen Casino for Danny Vernon’s “Illusion of Elvis,” giving away cool prizes and rocking out with our fans for a special meet and greet. Check out the awesome pictures below!

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Magnolia Summerfest (08-07-16)

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KIXI brought the retro oldies to Magnolia Summerfest, and provided listeners a chance to win swag with Plinko, as well as a chance to win a $200 Visa gift card!  

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Magnolia Summerfest (08-06-16)

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KIXI brought the retro oldies to Magnolia Summerfest, and provided listeners a chance to win swag with Plinko, as well as a chance to win a $200 Visa gift card!

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MUSIC NEWS

New David Crosby Song, “The City” New York Homage, Debuts Online

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Credit: Henry Diltz“The City,” from David Crosby‘s forthcoming solo album, Lighthouse, has premiered on YouTube. The tune, which the folk-rock legend co-wrote with his main Lighthouse collaborator and co-producer, Michael League of the modern-jazz collective Snarky Puppy, pays tribute to that tough and multifaceted metropolis of New York City. Crosby compares New York to a woman with whom he has …

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Today Marks the 50th Anniversary of The Beatles’ Last US Concert; Ronettes Singer Shares Memories of the Event

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Bettman/Getty ImagesToday marks the 50th anniversary of The Beatles‘ final official concert, which took place at San Francisco’s Candlestick Park. Drained by the grind of touring and the craziness it entailed, the Fab Four had decided to retire from the road after their 1966 North American summer trek. One of The Beatles’ opening acts during the tour, including the Candlestick …

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Happy Birthday to The King of Pop!

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M.Caulfield/WireImageMonday marks what would have been the 58th birthday of Michael Joseph Jackson, born on August 29, 1958. The King of Pop began his career as a young child, performing with his brothers in The Jackson 5. His first solo studio album, Got to Be There, was released in 1972 when Jackson was fourteen years old. His fifth solo studio …

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John Fogerty Pays Tribute to Late Mexican Music Star Juan Gabriel

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VALERIE MACON/AFP/Getty ImagesJohn Fogerty is among the many artists paying tribute to popular Mexican singer-songwriter Juan Gabriel, who died Sunday at the age of 66. Fogerty said in a statement that he was interested in collaborating with Gabriel, a six-time Grammy nominee who recorded a cover of the Creedence Clearwater Revival classic “Have You Ever Seen the Rain?” earlier this …

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Dolly Parton Eyes Her First #1 Country Album in 25 Years with “Pure & Simple”

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Dolly Records/RCA NashvilleIt’s been a big week for Dolly Parton! Her latest album, Pure & Simple, is expected to debut at #1 the country albums chart, according to Billboard, with first-week sales anticipated at around 20,000 thousand copies. This would be the first time the Country Music Hall of Famer has topped Billboard‘s Top Country Albums tally since 1991’s Eagle …

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