Kix's best friend is Ronnie Dunn.
In 2007, Kix opened up his own winery.
Kix has a tree house in his backyard.
Kix knows how to ride a horse.
Jody Williams helped Kix with becoming a musician.
When Kix arrived in New Orleans he had a total of 100 bucks.
While living in Maine, Kix played in local bars for fifty bucks a night.
Due to reasons unknown Kix asked to be released from his contract with Capitol Records in 1988.
Kix first started out playing in local clubs in Fairbanks, Alaska.
In 1986, Kix wrote the Official Earth Day Song, "Tomorrow's World".
In 1980, Kix drove from New Orleans to Nashville in a beat-up van with a lounge chair as his passenger seat and very little money.
Kix participated in the Andy Griggs Archery Tournament.
Kix preformed at the CMA Songwriter's Series at Joe's Pub.
As of 2006 Kix currently hosts a radio show.
Kix along with partner Ronnie have opened up for the Rolling Stones.
Kix wife's name is Barbara.
Kix has one sister, one half-sister, and one half-brother.
Kix lives down the street from partner Ronnie Dunn.
Kix has won six BMI awards.
Kix's daughter Molly was born on Christmas Eve in 1986, and his son Eric was born in April of 1989.