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UTA planetarium’s live music series returns for 2024

Once again this year, space will be the place to see some dynamic local musicians perform. To be exact, the North Texas artists will be performing inside the University of Texas-Arlington’s planetarium, a concert series which launched last year. The 2024 edition kicked off last month, and continues July 12 with Dallas Skies.  The series will... Read more »

The KXT Local Show: Loren Kole, Deep Red, Komal

Last week, we took a break from our regularly scheduled format to bring you a Local Show composed of our favorite songs of the year (so far) from North Texas artists. That means this week, we’re right back to a stellar batch of new music – maybe some of them will land on our next... Read more »

The best songs from North Texas artists in 2024 (So far)

The year 2024 is surely to be thought of as being one of the most prolific years for music in recent memory – and we’re only (or, already?!) halfway through it. From the Texas leading lights of Beyoncé to Kacey Musgraves – both of whom have already received critical acclaim for albums released this year... Read more »

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Join KXT for a very intimate show with Jaime Wyatt

Jaime Wyatt is a talented Americana singer-songwriter known for her emotive storytelling and soulful vocals. Born in California, Wyatt’s music is deeply rooted in traditional country, but she effortlessly blends elements of rock, folk, and blues into her sound. Her lyrics often reflect personal experiences, struggles and triumphs, offering a raw and authentic glimpse into... Read more »

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A three piece band in blacklight reactive outfits on stage
UTA planetarium’s live music series returns for 2024

Once again this year, space will be the place to see some dynamic local musicians perform. To be exact, the North Texas artists will be performing inside the University of Texas-Arlington’s planetarium, a concert series which launched last year. The 2024 edition kicked off last month, and continues July 12 with Dallas Skies.  The series will... Read more »

The KXT Local Show: Loren Kole, Deep Red, Komal

Last week, we took a break from our regularly scheduled format to bring you a Local Show composed of our favorite songs of the year (so far) from North Texas artists. That means this week, we’re right back to a stellar batch of new music – maybe some of them will land on our next... Read more »

‘These people look like me’: D-FW hardcore music scene growing more diverse, inclusive
Dallas hardcore act Power Trip returns home to headline Deep Ellum
Wriggly Tin kicks off “East Dallas Concert Series” with 4th of July cumbia bash
The KXT Local Show: Our favorite songs of 2024…so far!
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NPR Music

The 'Serious' Sounds Of Leonard Cohen

With songs like "Suzanne," "Bird on a Wire," "So Long, Marianne" and "Hey, That's No Way to Say Goodbye," singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen created his own brand of folk-rock art music. Listeners discovered Cohen's songs in the mid-'60s when Judy Collins recorded "Suzanne," and Cohen followed that by recording his own album of his songs. Cohen discusses his career with Terry Gross.

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