The Dallas-based and divinely inspired electro-boogie artist Zhora came by for a hypnotic performance of two tracks from her forthcoming Lights EP.
Prepare to be blown away by Langhorne Slim & The Law’s KXT Live Session, featuring performances of three tracks from their aptly-titled new release, The Spirit Moves.
Fort Worth’s most beloved foursome ushers in a new chapter with new record Heretics, and stopped by KXT to play tracks both old and new.
Dallas singer-songwriter Ronnie Fauss paid us a recent visit and performed a couple of fan favorites, accompanied by the amazing Eric Neal on pedal steel.
Craig Finn’s new album Faith In The Future lands on Sept. 11, a date that plays a major role in the lead single, “Newmyer’s Roof.” He made a stop by KXT studio during his recent promo tour to perform that track and two others from the new record.
Check out the Cold War Kids’ recent KXT visit, featuring performances of three tracks from their newest release, Hold My Home.
Here’s one way the dollars donated by listeners like you are put to work: our fantastic KXT 91.7 Live Sessions. KXT Program Director Mark Abuzzahab has chosen his Top 5 since the station launched in 2009.
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.
To gear up for their stunning set at Dallas’ own 2013 Homegrown Festival, hometown “psychedelic gospel funk” powerhouse The Relatives visited KXT to showcase a trio of tracks from their first album in 30 years, The Electric Word.