Armed with her gold guitar and amp, Bethany Cosentino from Best Coast brought in the band’s signature California vibe and sunny sounds for this KXT Live Session.
Austin’s Shearwater made a stop by the KXT studio to perform a couple of tracks – complete with their very own lights and to chat with host Brad Dolbeer about finding inspiration in faraway places and ornithology.
He’s got a gorgeous new album called Fjord under his belt, and an 10-piece band who came up to the KXT studio with him to celebrate the album’s release. We know you’ll dig these Live Sessions videos of Dallas singer and lyricist Jacob Metcalf.
With their awe-inspiring blend of stripped-down and modern, L.A.-based quartet The Americans wowed the Live Sessions crowd when they made a stop by the KXT studio.
American songwriting treasure Josh Ritter joined forces with KXT’s On The Road crew to get us ready to get down before his appearance at The Granada.
The Dallas-based and divinely inspired electro-boogie artist Zhora came by for a hypnotic performance of two tracks from her forthcoming Lights EP.
Prepare to be blown away by Langhorne Slim & The Law’s KXT Live Session, featuring performances of three tracks from their aptly-titled new release, The Spirit Moves.
Fort Worth’s most beloved foursome ushers in a new chapter with new record Heretics, and stopped by KXT to play tracks both old and new.
Dallas singer-songwriter Ronnie Fauss paid us a recent visit and performed a couple of fan favorites, accompanied by the amazing Eric Neal on pedal steel.
Craig Finn’s new album Faith In The Future lands on Sept. 11, a date that plays a major role in the lead single, “Newmyer’s Roof.” He made a stop by KXT studio during his recent promo tour to perform that track and two others from the new record.