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  • Aug 27, 1968
    KNIX-FM signs on the air in Phoenix. Previously operated as a classical station, the signal was purchased for $75,000 by Buck Owens
    Apr 30, 1984
    As Willie Nelson turns 51, 17,500 fans sing "Happy Birthday" at a concert in Phoenix. Radio station KNIX provides five 200-pound birthday cakes, shaped like the state of Arizona, at a cost of $2,500
    Mar 17, 1999
    Owens Broadcasting, owned by Buck Owens, sells Phoenix radio stations KNIX-FM and KUSZ-FM to Jacor Communications for $142 million
    Jul 15, 2019
    Tim McGraw headlines as KNIX Radio celebrates its 50th anniversary with a concert at the Comerica Theatre in Phoenix. McGraw's show starts with "Truck Yeah" and ends with "Indian Outlaw." Also performing are Jon Pardi, Midland and Chris Lane

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