Such great music this week as we are heading into the holidays! From Fort Worth, Yeah Huh chimed in with a new release called “2009” and we also checked out new songs from The Dirty Shirts, Grand Commander, Lauren Christner & The Round Up, and rock outfit Always the Alibi.
Check out the full playlist below this week’s show highlights!
(Warning: the songs below may contain explicit language.)
Yeah Huh is the duo of Kenny Wayne Hollingsworth (The Orbans) and Ryan Taylor (Oil Boom). We caught up with the band when they released their first single, and now Yeah Huh is back with “2009”. This song has had a 10-year journey- it was originally recorded as a demo back in 2011!
It sure does seem like it would be nice to turn into an animal sometimes, right? Grand Commander thinks so. <3
Bianca “BeMyFiasco” Rodriguez is a singer/songwriter from Dallas and she released her debut album, Where I Left You, earlier this year. “Bad Dream” reflects on the end of a relationship but listen closely to hear her shout out some Dallas staples in the song
The KXT Local Show- 12/16/2021
Yeah Huh- 2009
Shibby- Love Gun
Rafa- La Receta
Mitchell Ferguson & Drugstore Cowboy- Dramatic
Damon K. Clark- Random Lover
BeMyFiasco- Bad Dream
The Dirty Shirts- Shake
Denver Williams- The Pass
Jackson Scribner- I Don’t Think About It
Lauren Christner & The Round Up- Black Chevrolet
Always The Alibi- This Scar From You
Officially Simone- Close To You
Catamaran- Don’t Even Try
Market Zero- Bad Connections
Grand Commander- Let’s Become Animals
Course of Empire- We Got the Beat
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