An honor if there ever was one! The Violent Femmes made a swing by the KXT studios to talk about the lasting effects of their iconic first album and to wow the crowd with a new track and two blasts from the past.
Laura Marling and her band took a break from SXSW and invited the On The Road crew to crash their Air BnB rental for a fast-paced acoustic version of her song “Strange”.
Our favorite albums of the year. In no particular order.
Just in time for her headlining show at The Kessler, Dallas songbird Madison King came by KXT to talk about her new album Onward And Upward and to play three torchy, twangy favorites.
Their new album’s not due out until January, but Brooklyn trio The Lone Bellow came by KXT to chat about their tour and perform three tracks from the forthcoming release.
One of rock and roll’s most outspoken and original trailblazers came by KXT to showcase three tracks from her first-ever solo album and a blast from the past. Ladies and gentlemen – Chrissie Hynde!
Swedish sister duo First Aid Kit came by KXT to talk with Amy about working with Conor Oberst, being honored with a postage stamp back at home, and to play a couple of tracks from their latest release, Stay Gold.
Mike Doughty’s back and better than ever – and this time he’s armed with a banjo.
Watch J.D. McPherson and his crew get us up and moving in the KXT studio with three rollicking Live Sessions tracks.
The Berklee-schooled, Brooklyn-based American Authors made a stop by the KXT studios to play two crowd faves, “Believer,” and “Best Day Of My Life.”