This week, Paul talks with Bridges and Blinking Lights about the band’s second release, Heroes, Guns and Snakes.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll learn about a performer who blended a variety of ethnic influences to help forge modern Tejano music.
Hope ya like music, because this is an all-music edition of the morning roundup: PUT ON A HAPPY FACE: Did you hear Smile Smile’s in-studio performance Wednesday on KXT? If not, check back to kxt.org late this week, early next week to catch the video. Until then, there’s plenty more to read about the duo [...]
Happy SuperBowl Night! Ok football lovers, lets listen to some great music! This is where you can lend your suggestions for new music and musicians, and also remind us of older stuff that you think would be a good listen. Also polite comments are welcome. Leave a link to where music can be purchased if [...]
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll remember a country music DJ who wrote one of the most recognizable hits of early rock ‘n’ roll.
This week, Paul talks with NX35 Music Conferette programmer Matthew Gray and plays a selection of bands set to appear at this year’s event.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll celebrate a pioneering trumpeter who performed with some of the biggest names in jazz.
Well, maybe you dont care about the playoffs. or maybe you already have seen enough. Whatever the case it’s nice to see you here and I hope you enjoy the music tonite. I got some great suggestions from the blog last week and I asked my Facebook friends what they thought the most beautiful music [...]
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll remember a woman who played autoharp and sang folk songs before becoming a rock music legend.
Hey there everybody Welcome, got some great music tonight. This is where you can make your polite suggestions and comments. Leave a link to where we can find your song suggestions online. New to me this week: Don Byron Zero 7 The Polyamorous Affair tune Yards Oscar D’leon Liz Durrett “All the Spokes” The Mezzanine [...]