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Imagination Theatre (4-29-19)

Dan showed up to greet fans during Imagination Theatre tonight at the Kirkland Performing Arts Center! We handed out some awesome swag and took photos of listeners, which you can find in this gallery 🙂

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SR 99 Step Forward Event (2-2-19)

KIXI stepped on out to the SR 99 Step Forward event in Seattle, celebrating the opening of the new SR 99 tunnel! There was a fun run, vendors, food trucks, and the main attraction, the tunnel, which was open for everyone to take a stroll through and take a peek before it’s open for traffic. If you stopped by our …

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Mariah Carey says she’s surprised that her kids actually know her songs

ABC/Lou RoccoIf your mom was Mariah Carey, you’d probably know every song in her catalog backwards and forwards, right? Well, according to Mimi herself, she’s actually surprised that her 8-year-old twins Monroe and Moroccan know any of her songs. Asked by Billboard if the twins have any favorites among her record-setting string of number one hits, she says, “They love …

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On new episode of ‘Brian Johnson’s A Life on the Road,’ Mark Knopfler recalls writing “Money for Nothing”

Nikolas Helbing/Courtesy of Eagle Rock Entertainment & AXS TVThe latest episode of AXS TV series Brian Johnson’s A Life on the Road features former Dire Straits frontman Mark Knopfler chatting with the AC/DC singer as they visit Northumberland, U.K., near where they both grew up. On the episode, which premieres Sunday at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT, Knopfler chats about …

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New archival compilation gathers together early Sly Stone recordings

Gonzo MultimediaBefore he formed his famous funk/soul/rock band The Family Stone, Sylvester Stewart, a.k.a. Sly Stone, was in a multi-racial high-school doo-wop group called The Viscaynes. Now, a compilation featuring The Viscaynes’ early doo-wop and gospel recordings titled Sly Before The Family Stone will be released on CD this Friday, November 15, while a limited-edition blue-vinyl version of the album …

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