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THE LATEST FROM KIXI RADIO

Steve Tyrell Talks to KIXI

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KIXI welcomes Steve Tyrell to Dimitriou’s Jazz Alley February 26 – March 1. Renowned singer, Steve Tyrell, is back! This time with a new show, That Lovin’ Feelin’, featuring selections from his eleventh studio album, also titled That Lovin’ Feelin’, out in February 2015 via Concord Music Group. Tyrell’s celebration of what he calls “the next generation of the Great ... Read More »

Songwriting Legend Jimmy Webb Talks to KIXI

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KIXI welcomes songwriting legend Jimmy Webb to Dimitriou’s Jazz Alley Tuesday, February 10 – Wednesday, February 11 You can’t listen to the radio without hearing a Jimmy Webb song. Jimmy Webb is an American songwriter, composer, and singer known worldwide as a master of his trade. His platinum selling classics include “Up, Up and Away,” “By the Time I Get ... Read More »

Parker Cruise And Tour Talk

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They’re back!  Kelly Parker and Jim Dai talk cruises, travel, special discounts and share some terrific travel tales!  Explore a world of travel and one-of-a-kind experiences.  Where will you go on your next trip?  Find out more… Read More »

MUSIC NEWS

Smokey Robinson and Graham Nash Exhibits to Open at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in the Fall

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Autumn de Wilde/UMe; Elde StewartNew exhibits focusing on two acclaimed artists who emerged during the 1960s, Motown legend Smokey Robinson and folk-rock great Graham Nash, will open this fall at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum in Cleveland, Cleveland.com reports. The debut of Robinson’s exhibit will coincide with Rock Hall’s 2015 Music Masters series celebration honoring the ... Read More »

Keith Richards Hopes to Start Recording New Rolling Stones Music by the Spring; Talks New Solo Album

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Credit: Mark SeligerKeith Richards reveals some tidbits about The Rolling Stones‘ upcoming plans and chats about his soon-to-be-released solo album, Crosseyed Heart, in a new interview with Entertainment Weekly. The 71-year-old guitar legend says he’s hoping to get his band mates back into the studio to work on new music soon, but admits that that likely won’t occur as soon ... Read More »

The Pretenders’ Chrissie Hynde Criticized by Rape-Support Groups After Blaming Herself for Her Own Sexual Assault

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Credit: Dean ChalkleyPretenders frontwoman Chrissie Hynde is considered by many to be a strong female role model, but the veteran rock artist has upset various women’s groups with comments she made in a new interview with The Sunday Times of London while promoting her about-to-be-published memoir, Reckless. In the interview, the 63-year-old Rock and Roll Hall of Famer discusses a ... Read More »

Report: Bono Now World’s Wealthiest Music Star, Surpassing Paul McCartney

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Olaf Heine; Mary McCartney/MPLFor many years, Paul McCartney has been considered the world’s wealthiest music artist, but the legendary former Beatles star now reportedly has been overtaken by U2 frontman Bono. International Business Times reports that the Irish singer’s wealth has increased greatly in recent years thanks to his 2.3-percent ownership of Facebook, a windfall that, according to sources, now ... Read More »

Rare Paul McCartney Sketches Sell for About $23K at Liverpool Beatles Auction

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CBS Photography 1964A series of rare sketches Paul McCartney drew in the early 1960s brought in a combined 15,000 pounds, or about $23,000, over the weekend at the annual Beatles Memorabilia Auction in Liverpool, U.K., the Liverpool Echo reports. Hundreds of other Fab Four-related items also were auctioned off at the event, which was held at the Paul McCartney Auditorium ... Read More »