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Puget Sound Access

Interesting guests and compelling conversations about local issues. Sunday, September 23 5:30am – This week we meet the Founder of Mamma’s Hands, Denny Hancock as well as the Director of their House of Hope, Kimberly Jackson. Mamma’s Hands are a local nonprofit that has been serving the homeless in Seattle for going on 27 years in a couple of unique …

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Washington State Fair (9-7-18)

The KIXI Crew showed up to the Washington State Fair and met some listeners! Thanks for playing Plinko and winning some great prizes as well. If you took a picture with us it’ll be right in this gallery!

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Steve Perry releases “We’re Still Here,” latest single from new ‘Traces’ album

Image credit: Myriam SantosSteve Perry‘s shared a treat to take us into the weekend. “We’re Still Here,” the latest song release from the former Journey frontman’s forthcoming album, Traces, is out now. “We’re Still Here” — which the label says “celebrates the continuity of life and a sense of camaraderie with a new generation” — at first listen shares a …

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Bono serenades restaurant crowd while comforting crying child

Olaf HeineBono‘s voice has been called many things, but now we can add “soothing” to that list. Last week, the members of U2 had just started playing a very intimate and unplugged version of “One” in a Paris restaurant called Refettorio, when a small child started crying. Without hesitating, Bono picked up the girl and held her, bouncing her gently …

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Bob Dylan’s “More Tracks, More Blood” spilling on November 2

ColumbiaThe 14th installment of Bob Dylan‘s ongoing Bootleg Series shall be released. This time, he’s putting out outtakes and incidentals from the recording of the 1975 album Blood on the Tracks, as a collection titled More Blood, More Tracks. According to Dylan’s official site, the deluxe version of the set will have just about every audible bit of tape from …

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The Revolution’s Lisa Coleman says it was “wonderful” and “painful” to hear Prince’s “Piano & a Microphone 1983”

Bettmann/Getty ImagesPrince‘s Piano & a Microphone 1983 album is being released Friday, featuring liner notes by Lisa Coleman from Prince’s Purple Rain-era band, The Revolution. Coleman says the project brought her joy, and pain. “I didn’t want to do it,” the keyboard player tells Billboard. “It was hard and I cried, and just hearing his voice at the beginning of …

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