Seryn met up with the On The Road crew at the Old Alton Bridge in Denton, Texas to play a few tracks on the historic land mark built in 1884.
With buzz building for the Oakland-based roots rocker, Fantastic Negrito performed a quick On The Road session before his Dallas debut at KXT’s Summer Cut.
Sixteen-year-old Irish singer-songwriter SOAK met up with the On The Road crew at the graffiti wall to perform a lovely, stripped down rendition of her synth-driven mini-hit, “B a noBody.”
Ryley Walker took a break from SXSW to meet up with the On The Road crew at Kin and Comfort food truck park on East Sixth to perform the title song of his new album, “Primrose Green.”
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”.
KXT’s On The Road crew took a breather from the chaos of SXSW with Irish artist and poet Hozier, which yielded this stunning performance of “Take Me To Church” on the Pfluger Pedestrian Bridge.
Icelandic artist Asgeir and the On The Road crew teamed up for a tuneful rendezvous at Green Pastures restaurant in Austin during SXSW performing his song “Going Home.”
The young and talented British-based artist Flo Morrissey met up with our crew in Austin to record a song during SXSW.
The On The Road Crew met up with Black Joe Lewis to catch an in-store performance of “Come To My Party” off of his latest album Electric Slave at Good Records in Dallas.
After a stellar performance at the Homegrown Music and Arts fest in Dallas, Quiet Company met up with the On The Road crew in the KXT lounge at Hotel Indigo.