The KXT Local Music Month featured artist for Oct. 4th is hard hitting Dallas indie band FIT.
October is Local Music Month, KXT’s celebration of the sounds reverberating throughout North Texas! Each day, we will highlight different local artists you can hear on KXT. Check back here, find us on our social media or tune in to 91.7 FM to see the day’s featured artist. CHROMA, comprised of Polo “Polito” Plascencia, Kalid… Read more »
Enter by 11:59 p.m. on Wednesday, October 4 for a chance to win a pair of tickets to see Snarky Puppy at Longhorn Ballroom. Winners will be notified by 5 pm on Thursday, October 5 via email. Official contest rules can be found here. Good luck!
The Flower Mound native has made major moves as half of the duo Plains and the release of her new album ‘Time Ain’t Accidental.’
Local Music Month kicks off with the psych rock group that was formed in Denton.
Check out this week’s ahead of KXT’s Local Music Month!
Built on inspiration and a desire for more – Whole Lotta Sauce drop this Friday September 29. Check out a breakdown of the EP with Mitchell Ferguson.
To hear Fort Worth-born singer-songwriter Natalie Price tell it, she didn’t embark upon a career, so much as surrender herself to a sense of inevitability.
In celebration of October’s Local Music Month, KXT and Sweet Tooth Hotel have partnered to present The Playlist, a must-see event for music enthusiasts across the city. Featuring a diverse lineup of artists such as DAMOYEE, Rafa, Northlake and more, each performance is a unique journey through the vibrant tapestry of independent NTX music. Join… Read more »
Get ready for the Wilco show with this trip down memory lane.
It’s a thin line between the silver screen and the concert stage — just ask any actor that’s stepped off a set and into a concert venue.
Check out who was on the show this week!
Check out photos & videos of Wesley Geiger’s No Cigar album release at The Kessler, supported by Dancey Jenkins and Garrett Owen.
Four years have passed since the Austin-formed duo Black Pumas dropped its self-titled debut, and the band has accomplished a tremendous amount in that time span.
Even as he rolls on into what has been, even by Willie Nelson’s standards, an extraordinarily busy 90th year, the Texas icon is taking a moment to reflect on his roots.