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.
To gear up for the inaugural Taco Libre Fest and the release of their new Locust House EP, Deep Blue Something stopped by KXT to play a brand new track and a favorite blast 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.”
Sassy, classy, and already a master at her craft, Elle King brought the house down with stripped-down versions of “Ex’s and Oh’s” and “Ain’t Gonna Drown” in this rollicking KXT live session.
In case you missed his performance and interview with KXT’s Paul Slavens, check out these videos of Old 97’s frontman Rhett Miller performing two tracks from his latest solo effort, The Traveler, and the one-off Everly-esque duet he recorded with Dallas songbird Madison King.
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.”
They’re back with a shorter name and a brilliant new album called Drug For The Modern Age and were nice enough to come by the KXT studio to perform a couple of tracks from the new record.
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.