An unreleased Bonnie Raitt recording from 1972, a BØRNS live session and more — here’s what you heard this morning on KXT.
A creative rut led to a soul-searching journey to Mexico City and with that, Benjamin Booker shaped his newly-uncovered truth into a sophomore album, ‘Witness.’
Muddy Magnolias headline KXT Sun Sets on July 11 at the Dallas Arboretum! Here’s your concert primer.
The newly-downsized Dallas outfit came by the KXT studio to chat about the rootsy-to-raucous shift in their sound, and the making of their sophomore album.
If there’s a name that should be on your radar, it’s the Fort Worth-based blues artist Matt Tedder.
Fort Worth’s Matt Tedder is helping us celebrate seven years of broadcasting this Wednesday at The Kessler. You joining?
Our studios got a Halloween makeover when Slothrust came by for a KXT Live Session.
Rachael Yamagata came by our studio for a KXT Live Session where she showed off her soulful grooves and confessional lyricism.
Band Of Horses came by the KXT studio to wow the crowd with selections from their latest release, “Why Are You OK.”
Their sound straddles the line between boogie rock and sophisticated psychedelia, and their live performances are the stuff of legend. Enjoy our KXT Live Session with the Chicago quintet Twin Peaks, playing three tracks from their stellar third release, ‘Down In Heaven.’