Lo-fi pioneer Lou Barlow stops by the KXT studios to play a few tunes.
This time, Paul talks about his own new album, Alphabet Girls Vol. I.
It’s Sunday night, which means, time to blog along with Paul. Bring on your suggestions or just sound off on the show.
World’s best double bass players are duking it out in Denton; Marshall, Texas stakes claim as boogie woogie birthplace; last chance for the summer’s coolest giveaway, and more.
On Tuesday night, folk rocker Josh Ritter will play the Granada Theater in Dallas. But before he heads down to Lower Greenville, he’ll be stopping by the KXT91.7 studio to play an intimate set as part of the Midday Live series.
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This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll look at a popular Texas ballad based on an actual gunfight.
Congratulations to Neff Conner of Bedford, the winner of the Flickr Photo of the Week contest!
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This time, Paul talks with Doug Burr about about Oh Ye Devastator, the followup to his acclaimed The Shawl.