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 22 5:30am – This week we are joined by the President of the Assistance League of the Eastside, Jen Mayo and the past President Anya Rudd. The Assistance League of the Eastside is an all-volunteer nonprofit organization that puts caring and commitment into action through community-based philanthropic programs to make ... Read More »


Sly and the Family Stone Trumpet Player Cynthia Robinson Dies at Age 69

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Earl Gibson III/WireImageFounding Sly and the Family Stone trumpet player and “hype woman” Cynthia Robinson passed away on Monday at age 69 from cancer. Robinson’s death was announced on her official Facebook page, along with a note asking for continued donations to a fund launched last month to help pay her medical costs. According to Billboard, Robinson first began playing ... Read More »

Journey Announces Joint 2016 Tour with Doobie Brothers, Dave Mason; Drummer Steve Smith Rejoins Band

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PRNewsFoto/Live Nation Entertainment; Jim SheaJourney and The Doobie Brothers have announced plans for an expansive 2016 co-headlining trek of North America that also will feature a very special opening act: former Traffic singer/guitarist Dave Mason. The outing, dubbed the San Francisco Fest 2016 tour, will get underway May 12 in Irvine, California, and is mapped out all the way through ... Read More »

Unreleased 1979 Album Featuring Diana Ross Singing Songs from “The Wiz” Being Issued Digitally This Friday

Motown/Universal Music EnterprisesA previously unreleased companion album to the 1978 film adaptation of the hit Broadway musical The Wiz, featuring Wiz star Diana Ross taking on all of the production’s roles, will be released as a digital download this Friday, November 27. Diana Ross Sings Songs from The Wiz originally was scheduled to come out on Motown Records in January ... Read More »

Lynyrd Skynyrd Cancels Final Two Shows of 2015 as Gary Rossington Continues to Recover from Heart Attack

Credit: Clay Patrick McBrideAs founding Lynyrd Skynyrd guitarist Gary Rossington continues to recuperate from a heart attack he suffered in early October, the band has decided to cancel the remaining two dates on its 2015 schedule. A message posted on the legendary Southern rockers’ official Facebook page explains, “After further evaluation and continued treatment by his Doctors, Gary Rossington is ... Read More »

Report: “The Theory of Everything” Screenwriter Hired to Pen Freddie Mercury Biopic’s Script

Image Courtesy of Hollywood RecordsThe long-planned Freddie Mercury biopic apparently is set to move forward with a new screenwriter. Deadline reports that GK Films, the company that’s co-producing the movie, has hired Anthony McCarten, who wrote the Oscar-nominated screenplay to the 2014 Steven Hawking biographical flick The Theory of Everything. Ben Whishaw, who has played the character Q in the ... Read More »