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Washington State Fair (9-20-19)

The KIXI Street Team kicked off the final weekend of the Washington State Fair today. Listeners could pick up some fun KIXI prizes and enter to win an iPod Touch. If you took a photo with us, it will be in the gallery below!

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Sunday Night in The KIXI Radio Theatre – Thrills and Chills

Sunday, September 22, 8pm – Encore broadcast Thursday, September 26 8pm – Ep. 1 – This Sunday September 22 in the KIXI Radio theatre DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE Part 1.   Within each man, there lies the capacity for infinite good…and infinite evil. Dr. Henry Jekyll: Good-natured, friendly and sociable. Mr. Edward Hyde: Misanthropic, violent and uncontrollable. The award …

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Sunday Morning Magazine

Heart Walk 2019 is happening all around the Sound, and the country. October 5 in Tacoma/Cheney Stadium, and October 12 at Seattle Center/Fisher Plaza. Gathering begins at 7:30, 1K Walk and Run, and 5K Walk begin at 9am. As guest Tom Bettesworth shares, walking is the thing that helped him lose weight and get health after his heart episode 5 years ago. Tom also talks about work/life balance. Amy Bettesworth, Tom's wife, works for the American Heart Association and is Director of the Walks. Together they are committed to good heart health, and this becomes overall great health. Create a team, walk on your own, walk virtually, support the Bettesworth Team. 1 in 3 of us is affected by this disease. We need to do all we can for our own good health, and to continue doing research for the ways to deal with some of the issues.  

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Founding Hollies singer Allan Clarke returns with new solo album, ‘Resurgence,’ 20 years after retiring

BMGAbout 20 years after retiring from the music business, Hollies lead singer Allan Clarke has returned with a new solo album called Resurgence. The 10-track collection, which features mostly new original songs, is available now as a digital download and via streaming services. Among the tunes is one called “Long Cool Woman’s Back in Town,” which the 77-year-old Rock & …

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Matchbox Twenty to celebrate 2020 with summer tour, says Rob Thomas

Credit: Randall SlavinRob Thomas told ABC Radio in April that he and his band, Matchbox Twenty, wanted to get together and do something special next year because, after all, it is going to be 2020.  “I just think the aesthetic is good to pass up,” he said. Well, now it looks as though that’s actually going to happen. Rob told …

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Ex-Band guitarist Robbie Robertson’s latest solo album, ‘Sinematic,’ is out now

UMeRobbie Robertson, the guitarist and main songwriter of The Band, released his latest solo album Sinematic today. The 13-track collection features songs connected to — or inspired by — two new film projects: the documentary Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson and The Band and Martin Scorsese‘s upcoming crime epic The Irishman, for which Robbie composed the score. Sinematic includes a …

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New digital compilation ‘Motown Unreleased: 1969’ features rare tracks from Stevie Wonder, The Supremes and more

Motown/UMeAn expansive digital-only collection titled Motown Unreleased: 1969, featuring 60 previously unissued tracks recorded by various Motown artists 50 years ago, has been released in celebration of the label’s 60th anniversary. The album includes recordings by Motown legends such as Stevie Wonder, Diana Ross & the Supremes, Smokey Robinson & The Miracles, The Temptations, Gladys Knight & the Pips, Marvin …

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Posthumous Leonard Cohen featuring Jennifer Warnes, Beck and other guests due in November

Sony MusicHallelujah! A posthumous studio album by acclaimed Canadian singer/songwriter Leonard Cohen, who died in 2016 at age 82, will be released on November 22. Titled Thanks for the Dance, the nine-track collection was put together by Cohen’s son Adam, using unfinished recordings from the sessions for Leonard’s 2016 album, You Want It Darker. A variety of artists contributed to …

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