Blues

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Got the Blues? We usually think of “The Blues” as a feeling of melancholy and sadness set to music. Sometimes, that’s the mood we’re in and there are different types of Blues on KKFI. Some of our programs’ names let you know what will satisfy your mood from “Blues Kitchen,” “Edged in Blue,” to “Old G’s Hangout.” So come on by when you “got the Blues.”

Blues Kitchen | 8:00 am | Saturday

Blues Kitchen "Blues Kitchen" has a large, dedicated following of Blues listeners -- near and far.

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Edged In Blue | 3:00 pm | Friday

Edged In Blue Don't miss a beat! Tune in when KKFI's original rockin' blues goddess, Wendy, hosts Edged in Blue!

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Linx Mix | 11:00 PM | Friday

Linx Mix Linx Mix follows the musical journey of Mixmaster Linc from prog, art, and classic rock through electric blues, blues-rock, jazz-rock and beyond. Focusing on music that is melodically and compositionally more sophisticated, rather than simple or repetitive. The show brings a balance of familiar and unfamiliar tunes, so that the show can both be a learning experience, and can also bring the reverie of the classics from back in the day.

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Lynn’s Beautician Blues Show | 10:00 am | Monday

Lynn's Beautician Blues Show The format is vintage-present Blues, Jazz, R&B, Zydeco. Thanks for enjoying the DELIGHTS of Lynn's Beautician Blues Show.

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Mother’s Mix | 3:00 pm | Monday

Mother's Mix Mother's Mix, Blues with Lady D.

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My Place | 10:00 am | Thursday

My Place My Place is a show about giving artists the opportunity to have their music played on the air, when other radio stations would not. Larry plays all the latest and hottest in Southern Soul. PS: That's what KKFI's goal is all about.

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Old G’s Hangout | 3:00 pm | Wednesday

Old G's Hangout "Old G's Hangout," said by many is second to none, and DJ Groovy Grant's music library consists of Old School, R & B, Jazz, Gospel and some one-of-a-kind records.

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The Boogie Bridge | 3:00 pm | Thursday

Jason Vivone The Boogie Bridge was a real place in Jason Vivone's hometown, where he heard tales of the great legends of blues just playing on the other side of that bridge in joints you could only imagine.

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