Tag: joe kozera

Sondre Lerche

Norwegian singer-songwriter Sondre Lerche has worn many masks in his relatively short musical career, from the pop leanings of his debut Faces Down, to the Sinatra-esque stylings of the Duper Sessions, to the raw, punkish Phantom Punch. His latest, Heartbeat Radio, brings all of these influences under one roof, showing off both his skilled songwriting… Read more »

The Wood Brothers

The Wood Brothers features siblings Chris Wood (a founding member of Medeski, Martin, and Wood) and his brother Oliver. Their stripped-down string band sound has produced three records. The first, Ways Not To Lose, was produced by John Medeski. They are touring in support of their most recent release, Up Above Your Head. Video: The… Read more »

Brent Best

Former Slobberbone frontman Brent Best joins afternoon host Joe Kozera on Thursday, December 17th. Slobberbone, who broke up in 2005, was probably best known for their landmark 2000 album Everything You Thought Was Right Was Wrong Today. Shortly after breaking that band up, Best formed the Drams, who released their debut record Jubilee Dive in… Read more »

John Gorka

Folk legend John Gorka stops by the KXT studios for a live performance with afternoon host Joe Kozera. Gorka, who was dubbed the “the preeminent male singer/songwriter of the new folk movement” of the late eighties by Rolling Stone, released his critically acclaimed debut I Know in 1987, and has followed it up with a… Read more »

Pete Yorn

Pete Yorn burst onto the scene in 2001 with his strong debut Musicforthemorningafter. His most recent solo release is Back and Fourth, though he also put out a duets record with actress Scarlett Johansson entitled Break Up. In town for a show at the House of Blues, Pete stopped by Thursday, November 19, to play… Read more »