The shores of Austin’s Lady Bird Lake played host to blues queen Valerie June and KXT’s On The Road crew for a pop-up performance of “Shakedown.”
Dallas art-rock quartet Siamese dished up the glitz and glam for their first-ever KXT Live Session.
Muddy Magnolias have a one-of-a-kind sound that fuses folk rock, soul and blues. It was on full display in their KXT Live Session.
John Paul White, who once comprised half of The Civil Wars, stopped by on the heels of the release of his solo album ‘Beulah.’
Cary Ann Hearst and Michael Trent are the husband-and-wife duo more affectionately known as Shovels & Rope and whose laid-back, folky DIY aesthetic took center stage in this intimate, stripped-down performance in the KXT studio.
The L.A. artist BØRNS has a string of sold-out tour dates, along with a sound bordering on both magical and mystical, and it’s on full display here in his recent KXT Live Session.
Scott Hutchison of Frightened Rabbit stopped by to play some new songs from “Painting of a Panic Attack,” the band’s fifth album.
KXT’s On The Road crew had the chance to meet up with the one-of-a-kind musical hero Ben Folds before his show at The Majestic – where he wowed us with his performance of “Phone In A Pool” during a sound check party.
Margaret Glaspy is a singer and guitarist you’ll definitely be hearing more about in the coming months, and during her recent stop in Dallas at Club Dada, she joined up with our On The Road to perform the title track from her debut album, “Emotions And Math.”
Indie folk artist Lissie came by the KXT studio before her show at Trees to play three tracks from her new album “My Wild West,” and to chat about saying adios to California and her work with charity: water.