Fort Worth phenomenon Leon Bridges visited the KXT 91.7 studios to speak with KXT’s Amy Miller, and perform several songs from his new album Coming Home.
Kyle Morris and Cole Ale from Fort Worth’s The Unlikely Candidates came by the KXT studios to talk about signing to a major label and perform two tracks from their forthcoming debut.
Denton’s Baptist Generals came by the KXT studio to celebrate the release of Jackleg Devotional To The Heart, the long-awaited follow-up to No Silver/No Gold and their first release in ten years.
All next week at noon, listen for the Local Music Exchange on KXT!
Dallas’ very own mischief-loving, hilarious duo known as The O’s returned to the KXT studio to celebrate the release of their third album, Thunderdog.
Local fave Sarah Jaffe’s voice to be featured in Pixar short film!
Dallas band Jonathan Tyler & the Northern Lights stopped by the KXT studios to play a couple songs off their album Pardon Me.
David Byrne & St. Vincent have confirmed the September 11 release of their album, ‘Love This Giant,’ to be released worldwide by 4AD under exclusive license from Byrne’s label Todo Mundo.*
Old 97’s frontman Rhett Miller dropped by the KXT studios to play a few tunes from his latest solo release, The Dreamer.
Welcome the next two local bands to the stage, Smile Smile and Air Review. Smile Smile, a self proclaimed indie rock band, consists of two members, Jencey Hirunrusme and Ryan Hamilton. One plays paino, one guitar, and both sing. They released their first album, Blue Roses, on their own in 2006, and then again in… Read more »