Fort Worth phenomenon Leon Bridges visited the KXT 91.7 studios to speak with KXT’s Amy Miller, and perform several songs from his new album Coming Home.
As the son of musician Steve Earle, Justin Townes Earle crafts songs infused with country, blues and folk music, and shared his unique sound at the KXT studios.
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.
One of the greatest American songwriters of our time visits KXT to perform tracks from her new album, along with a classic.
Watch Brooklyn singer-songwriter Sharon Van Etten perform three of her elegantly understated tracks from her new release, Are We There.
UK quartet Temples brought their stripped-down psychedelic sound to the KXT studios and performed two tracks from their debut, Sun Structures.
Mississippi native Charlie Mars came by the KXT studio to play two tracks from his October release, The Money.
Rising Dallas-based indie rockers TEAM dropped by the KXT studio for a chat with Mark and a performance of two tracks from their forthcoming album.
The New York band will perform a live preview of El Pintor, their first new album since 2010, on Tuesday night.
Toad The Wet Sprocket came by the KXT studio to chat about their 28 years in the industry and to perform a trio of their fan favorites.