Gonzaga Bulldog Basketball broadcasts and KIXI programming changes


It’s Gonzaga Basketball time on KIXI Radio! 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. You can listen to Bulldog Basketball action on AM 880 and on 106.9-FM HD-2. You can enjoy our regular KIXI music and programming online ... Read More »

Make the Most of Your Middays with John Tesh


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 »

Puget Sound Access


Interesting guests and compelling conversations about local issues. Sunday, November 29 5:30am – With charges of racism and police brutality in the national news almost weekly, we take time this week to see if Seattle and the northwest escaped these issues. Our guests this week are President Gerald Hankerson and Communications Chair Rachael DeCruz from the Seattle King County branch ... Read More »


Ian Anderson Bringing “Jethro Tull” Rock Opera Back to the US in the Spring

Image Courtesy of Ian AndersonJethro Tull frontman Ian Anderson recently wrapped up a brief fall U.S. tour during which he performed a new rock opera inspired by the 18th century English agriculturalist after whom his famous band is named, Jethro Tull. Now Anderson and his solo group are set to return to the States in the spring for another short ... Read More »

“Pete Townshend’s Classic Quadrophenia” Concert Special Airing on PBS

Courtesy of © Matt KentA TV special featuring the debut live performance of Pete Townshend’s Classic Quadrophenia, a new orchestral version of The Who‘s famous 1973 rock opera Quadrophenia, will air on a variety of PBS stations in December. The show, which took place this past July at London’s Royal Albert Hall, stars lauded British tenor Alfie Boe in the ... Read More »

Keith Richards on Mick Jagger’s Solo Albums: “He Really Had Nothing to Say”

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Credit: Mark SeligerKeith Richards recently released Crosseyed Heart, his third solo studio album and his first in 23 years. In a new interview with GQ, the legendary Rolling Stones guitarist says he didn’t consider working on music outside of his famous group until frontman Mick Jagger decided to put The Stones on hold to focus on his own solo career ... Read More »

Paul McCartney Urges Support for “Meat Free Mondays” at Upcoming Climate Conference

Mary McCartney/MPL CommunicationsPaul McCartney and his daughters Mary and Stella have written a joint open letter to U.K. prime minister David Cameron asking him to back the Meat Free Mondays campaign they’ve been promoting since 2009 at the international climate control conference COP21 taking place December 7 and 8 in Paris. The message urges Cameron to support the inclusion of ... Read More »

Bob Weir to Perform at Holiday Fundraiser Next Month in San Francisco

Sonja Flemming/CBSGrateful Dead singer/guitarist Bob Weir will perform at a holiday charity event being co-organized by the Jerry Garcia Foundation that’s scheduled for Friday, December 18, at the Hard Rock Cafe in San Francisco. Door proceeds from the WhyHunger Holiday Benefit will be donated to Yoko Ono‘s “Imagine There’s No Hunger” campaign, which seeks to aid hungry and impoverished children ... Read More »