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Citizen Cope performed solo in the KXT studios, including a song based on the time he spent in Texas during his youth.
Australian Missy Higgins stopped by the KXT studios to perform a few tracks off her latest album, The Ol’ Razzle Dazzle.
Austin singer Kat Edmonson brought her timeless sound to the KXT studios, performing songs from her new album “Way Down Low.”
Oklahoma singer-songwriter John Fullbright stopped by the KXT studios to perform songs “Gawd Above” and “Moving” from his latest release, “From the Ground Up”.
Mississippi singer-songwriter Charlie Mars stopped by the KXT studios to play a couple songs from his upcoming release, Blackberry Light.
Dallas band Jonathan Tyler & the Northern Lights stopped by the KXT studios to play a couple songs off their album Pardon Me.
New York band Nada Surf dropped by the KXT studios to play a couple songs off their latest release The Stars Are Indifferent to Astronomy.
Old 97’s frontman Rhett Miller dropped by the KXT studios to play a few tunes from his latest solo release, The Dreamer.