Three-part harmonies and undeniable chemistry, along with lyricism bordering on the metaphysical. The L.A.-based Wild Reeds bring all that and more to the table, stopping by the studio for a KXT Live Session prior to their headlining Sun Sets show.
After an 18-year hiatus, Dallas’ legendary psych rock outfit celebrates their mighty return with a reunion show and this stellar KXT Live Session.
Our On the Road crew caught up with the Tyler native at Sundown at Granada before his performance that evening for the Luck reunion tour.
The band came by the KXT studio to perform a trio of tracks from the album, which many are already hailing as one of the best releases of 2017.
Riff-happy, trippy and raw, the beloved Atlanta G.A. band is back after a three-year hiatus with ‘Satan’s Graffiti Or God’s Art.’
The new outfit featuring Salim Nourallah, Billy Harvey and Alex Dezen came by the KXT studio with John Dufilho and Richard Martin.
The Weeks recently brought their high-wattage boogie rock hijinks to the KXT studio for this scorching Live Session.
Enjoy a sonically-pleasing blend of blues, soulful strut and cosmic connectivity from Dallas’ Medicine Man Revival.
The Dallas-born, Shoegaze-inspired band performed tracks from their first full-length album during a stellar KXT Live Session.
Watch Dallas based Garrett Owen play “Distance” for the KXT On the Road crew at the iconic Doug’s Gym downtown.