The KIXI music you enjoy every day includes new versions of classic songs. It’s our way to celebrate the timeless heritage of KIXI as we keep it cool and keep it current.
If you’re reading this, you’re experiencing our new KIXI Web site. It’s a new, more powerful, and cooler looking version of our classic Internet presence which has been around ever since Al Gore invented the Internet. I remember our first Web site when it launched about 16 years ago. That’s an eternity in today’s digital world. We’ve added some very cool things. Photo galleries now let you see KIXI out and about at different events. I know, you’ve waited a long time to see pictures of me eating hamburger sliders, but we’ve got ‘em from our recent appearance at Tacoma’s Museum of Glass. And we have lots of other fun pictures too. Maybe you’ll see yourself.
One of the “classic” items we’ve kept since our very first Web site is The KIXI Calendar. It’s got a new look, and more information. Of course, you can still listen to KIXI online and get song and artist information from our site.
We’ve made lots of improvements “under the hood” to make your KIXI online experience as good as it can be. And we’d like to know what you think. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and tell us what you love love love about our new Web site. Find something you think needs a fix? Tell us, we’re big kids, we can take it.
Whatever you do, enjoy the digital world of KIXI-land while you enjoy Music as Cool Now as It Was Then on Seattle’s Retro Radio, KIXI.