Before her recent Granada show, the Scottish singer-songwriter treated the KXT studio audience to “Black Horse And The Cherry Tree” and a couple of her newer tracks.
Philly outfit Good Old War kicked off the second leg of their headlining tour in Dallas, and came by KXT to play two tracks from their new album, Broken Into Better Shape.
An honor if there ever was one! The Violent Femmes made a swing by the KXT studios to talk about the lasting effects of their iconic first album and to wow the crowd with a new track and two blasts from the past.
KXT welcomed UK songbird Laura Marling into the studio for a convo and stunning performances of two tracks from Short Movie, including the deluxe edition song, “Daisy.”
Portland-based duo The Helio Sequence stopped by the KXT studio for stunning, stripped-down renditions of three tracks from their 2015 self-titled release.
Not one to let a little thing like laryngitis get ’em down, Brandi Carlile and Tim and Phil Hanseroth, came by the KXT studio for a chat and to showcase the gorgeous three-part harmony of “The Eye.”
Minneapolis-based indie rocker Adam Levy stopped by the KXT studio to prep the crowd for his show at The Vagabond.
Austin singer-songwriter Bob Schneider came by KXT to perform three tracks from his new album, King Kong.
British soul musician Michael Kiwanuka dropped by the KXT studios to play a couple songs.
Denton band Oso Closo stopped by the studio during the KXT Afternoon Show with Joe Kozera on Friday, February 19, 2010.