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.
One of Texas’ best-kept musical secrets, the award-winning blues singer Ruthie Foster paid a visit to the KXT studios to perform songs from her soul-stirring repertoire.
Erica Driscoll and Steve Stout of L.A.’s critically-acclaimed Blondfire popped into the KXT studio to perform stripped-down versions of their hits “Where The Kids Are” and “Waves.”
Yorkshire natives and festival faves The Dunwells stopped by for a KXT studio session to showcase their distinct take on Americana and perform two tracks from their debut, Blind Sighted Faith.
Every Sunday evening Paul brings you an eclectic mix of music, much of it suggested by listeners right here on this blog. Why not help make the playlist for the next show? Jump on and lend your musical inspiration.
Every week Paul Slavens invites you to help program this eclectic and adventurous music program. Jump on the blog and see what others are suggesting and give a few ideas of your own.
Jakob Dylan and Rami Jaffee of The Wallflowers met up with KXT’s On The Road crew to play “Love is a Country” atop the Hotel Nylo in the Cedars neighborhood south of Downtown Dallas.