Now an annual tradition, KXT 91.7 celebrates the holidays each December in style. Determined to be there for all of North Texas, KXT lets you take your pick based on where you live. Come to one, come to all three. We’d love to see you!
December 6 – Delta Rae with The Orbans
The Kessler Theater in Dallas – get tickets!
Delta Rae is an American folk rock band formed in Durham, North Carolina. The band consists of three siblings Ian Hölljes (vocals and guitar), Eric Hölljes (vocals, guitar, piano and keys) and Brittany Hölljes (vocals), as well as Elizabeth Hopkins (vocals), Mike McKee (percussion) and Grant Emerson (bass guitar). They began as a four-piece ensemble and added McKee and Emerson to the dynamic in 2010. Their name hails from a fictional story the Hölljeses’ mother was going to write about a Southern girl named Delta Rae who summons the Greek gods to earth.
$12 in advance, $15 at the door. Thank you to concert sponsor, the fabulous Belmont Hotel!
December 8 – Milo Greene with Air Review
The Live Oak Music Hall & Lounge in Fort Worth – get tickets!
Milo Greene is an indie folk band that formed in Los Angeles, California. Milo Greene is a quintet, with four lead singers, none of whom are named Milo. Band members Robbie Arnett, Graham Fink, Andrew Heringer, and Marlana Sheetz share lead and backing vocal duties, often switching instruments during performances while drummer Curtis Marrero lays down the percussion.
$10 in advance, $13 at the door. KXT Members are $10 at the door with your KXT member card
December 16 – The Brian Setzer Orchestra with The O’s
Allen Event Center in Allen – get tickets!
KXT is proud to welcome multi-platinum recording artist and three-time Grammy award winner, Brian Setzer and his 18 piece orchestra for an extremely rare North Texas date. Apart from a Brian Setzer Orchestra show at the long ago demolished Bronco Bowl in 1999 and a date on the 2007 Stray Cats tour, Brian Setzer fans in North Texas have had little opportunity to see the man who single-handedly resurrected two forgotten genres of music (rockabilly in the ‘80s and swing in the ’90s) and scored chart-topping hits as founder/leader of the Stray Cats.
$35 – $107 depending on seats.