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Call 520-623-1000 this Friday, February 17th from 8am to 9am to pledge your support to KXCI! Our 2nd ever POWER HOUR is sure to be a 60-minute frenzy of fundraising on Your Morning Brew.
Serving as the unofficial kick-off of the Spring Membership Drive (which starts February 24th), the Power Hour will focus all of our intentions and fundraising energy into a one hour period. We need your help to reach our goal of $14,000 in one hour.
We sincerely hope that you will join us with a call on Friday morning, be it a new, renewing or additional gift, or that you'll pledge online ANYTIME (yes - even right now!) with a web pledge at KXCI.org. Just click "Pledge Now" at the top of any page.
A dozen phone volunteers are sharing their morning to answer phones to ensure that KXCI's POWER HOUR is a success; they've been promised juice and coffee, donuts, and plenty of calls. Join in the fun with your pledge of support to KXCI!
Thursday, Feb. 9th we have special in-Studio 2A performance and interviews with Jake Shimabukuro at 3:30pm and Jerry Riopelle at 4:30pm on The Home Stretch.
It’s rare for a young musician to earn comparisons to the likes of Jimi Hendrix and Miles Davis. It’s even harder to find an artist who has entirely redefined an instrument by his early thirties. But Jake Shimabukuro has already accomplished these feats, and more, in a little over a decade of playing and recording music…on the ukulele. Jake plays Thursday night, 7pm at The Rialto Theatre in a KXCI Presents! show.
KXCI is honored to broadcast locally produced Black History Month segments through February 26 at the following times:
Monday through Friday 9:30 am, 1:30 pm, and 4:30 pm
Saturday: 7:30 am and 7:30 pm
Sunday: 10:30 am and 1:30 pm
Since 2006, we have partnered with TUSD's African American Studies Department, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. and Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, educators, and community members to record brief segments about influential African American people and events. These pieces include historic and contemporary figures such as authors, inventors, women, artists, poets, doctors, educators, sports figures, and more. Local, national and international segments have been featured. We will be broadcasting our archives and adding new pieces this month. Please follow the links to enjoy previous recordings from 2006, 2010, and 2011.