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“Sunday Start: Night Passage” (3 a.m. to 7 a.m.) Night Passage is mostly blues music with a mix of great music from the 90 years of recorded music spanning many genres.

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Arthur Alexander, Everly Bros. & Top Ten Blues Albums of 2013 January 4, 2014 | 1:00 am

Moldy Oldies (1 – 3 a.m.): A three-pack of Arthur Alexander whose songs were covered by the Rolling Stones and Beatles; three-pack of Everly Brothers to commemorate the passing on Jan. 3 of Phil Everly,; a singer who began his entertainment career as a tap dancer; the original recording of a song later covered by Ike and Tina Turner, John Lennon, and Buckwheat Zydeco; an artist whose only other song to crack the Billboard 100 at #83 was “The Dodo”; and a plethora of great music from the days when 45 rpm records ruled the world.

Night Passage (3 – 7 a.m.): A countdown of the best ten blues albums of 2013 and mostly blues music mixed with some of the best music of the last 90 years to accompany you on your night passage.

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Sunday Start: Moldy Oldies December 28, 2013 | 1:00 am

Tune in this Sunday morning (1:00 am) to listen to music from a New Zealander who was also a cast member of "My Big Fat Greeek Wedding", a one hit wonder singer who wrote Runaroud Sue, Lovers Who Wander, and Donna the Prima Donna for Dion, and a song written to the songwriter's lawyer's one year old daughter who later married Paul McCartney. Plus a plethora of great music, mostly in mono sound.

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Sunday Start: Moldy Oldies December 21, 2013 | 1:00 am

This week's show presents music from a movie stuntman, Elvis Presley's first RCA release that did not chart with both A & B sides, a group named after a TV cartoon character, a Seattle WA group that replaced its lead singer right after their first hit, and many, many more tunes to get through the night.

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Weekend Start welcomes Gunard Polite! May 25, 2013 | 1:00 am

Fresh new programmer Gunard Polite brings his spin on KKFI's brand of eclectic programming with his new show, Urban Alternative.

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