The L.A. artist BØRNS has a string of sold-out tour dates, along with a sound bordering on both magical and mystical, and it’s on full display here in his recent KXT Live Session.
With her new album “Beyond The Bloodhounds,” indie artist Adia Victoria knocks the Nashville status quo upside its head, and knocks it out of the ballpark in this rousing KXT Live Session.
Dallas’ Charley Crockett’s artful blend of blues, R&B, Zydeco and honky tonk is the centerpiece of both his new album “In The Night,” and in this KXT Live Session with his full band.
Scott Hutchison of Frightened Rabbit stopped by to play some new songs from “Painting of a Panic Attack,” the band’s fifth album.
KXT’s On The Road crew had the chance to meet up with the one-of-a-kind musical hero Ben Folds before his show at The Majestic – where he wowed us with his performance of “Phone In A Pool” during a sound check party.
Margaret Glaspy is a singer and guitarist you’ll definitely be hearing more about in the coming months, and during her recent stop in Dallas at Club Dada, she joined up with our On The Road to perform the title track from her debut album, “Emotions And Math.”
Indie folk artist Lissie came by the KXT studio before her show at Trees to play three tracks from her new album “My Wild West,” and to chat about saying adios to California and her work with charity: water.
Matt Simons has made a huge name for himself in Europe and is now catching on back at home here in the States, penning and producing some of the catchiest gems to capture the attention of our ears for quite some time.
Check out this local triple threat of Sarah Jaffe, Sam Lao and S1, who were all on hand to get the crowd primed for their performance at The Granada.
Charlottesville band David Wax Museum took a breather during the SXSW madness to join up with the On The Road crew at Zilker Park for a performance of “Forgiveness.”