This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll learn how one of the state’s most famous songs is based on an incident that may never have actually happened.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll remember a singer who rode the rails to international stardom.
This time, Paul talks with Sarah Jaffe about her first full-length release, Suburban Nature.
What a lovely evening, hope you have had a wonderful weekend and are ready to check out some cool tunes. This is where you can leave your polite comments and music suggestions here. Please give links to where music can be purchased if you can. Thanks. Ok lets go. New to me this week: Spooky […]
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll pay tribute to the son of a former slave who helped inspire a Texas guitar legend.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll remember a young singer whose promising career ended tragically.
Hello and welcome, This is the place to make your polite comments and music suggestions for future show. Check out what others are listening to and turn people on to your favorite music. Make sure to leave a link where the music could be bought. New to me this week: Mable John Owen Pallet Laura […]
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll celebrate a musician who was nicknamed for his lively stage performances.
In case you missed it on KXT yesterday, here are some final thoughts from Gini Mascorro and Stephen Becker on their adventures at South By Southwest. Gini talks quite a bit about the SXSW bands that you’ll be hearing on the air on KXT. And Stephen, who was reporting all week from the conference, wraps […]
AUSTIN – When I walked into J. Black’s on W. 6th Street on Saturday, I had to check my eyes to make sure I hadn’t somehow been transported to Hailey’s or some other Denton music venue – the place was full of North Texas musicians. The reason for the local love-in was Spune‘s day party, […]