This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll remember a pioneering musician who helped open doors for other female artists in country music.
Hope your holiday is going swimmingly. Glad to have you along for some cool music on a warm evening. By the way, I just realized that July 4th is on a Sunday this year. I would love to be the party music for your Independence evening.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll honor a musician who is known by many as “the dancing cowboy.”
The Dallas Voice has checked in with the Corpus Christi’s producers, who say they’re still not quite sure what to expect when they perform it in the playwright’s home state for the first time.
KXT HAPPENINGS: KXT 91.7 has been a beehive of activity. Chicago’s OK Go stopped by to perform in-studio. Check the video proof. The station has also booked folkster Josh Ritter for Midday Live on June 15. Ten KXT members plus one guest each will be picked to watch the show and have lunch on Buffalo […]
Hey, Paul’s on the air on KXT 91.7 – and on the blog here. Join in, leave a music suggestion, comment on what he’s playing or check out Paul’s comments.
This week, Texas music scholar Gary Hartman looks at the the country’s longest continuously-running singer-songwriter festival.
Music bits on the Burning Hotels, the Beaten Sea and Badu; Tammy Gomez on being trapped in a closet; Darren Woods on opera’s “bang for (the) buck”.
Hope you are having a groovy weekend. Got some great music for us to listen to tonight. New to me: The Beaten Sea, Shugo Tokumaru, Oscar Lopez, Two Lone Swordsmen, T Model Ford and Sam Amidon.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll learn about the unlikely origins of one of the state’s best-known songs.