Four North Texas bands — Black Tie Dynasty, Midlake, The Orbans and Flickerstick — have reunited after years apart, rediscovering the joy of performing together.
See highlights from The KXT Local Show with Amy Miller, including music from Cynnamon, French 75, The Cush and more!
The Homegrown lineup is out, and it looks like 2015 will be the festival’s biggest year ever. Spoon and Old 97’s will headline the 6th annual Homegrown Music and Arts Festival, happening Saturday, May 9 at Main Street Garden Park in Dallas. Other KXT mainstays on the bill include Shakey Graves, Oil Boom and The Orbans. Get tickets now, and check… Read more »
Win a pair of tickets to the concert on Feb. 5 at Three Links
WIn tickets to see Oil Boom, The Orbans & Calhoun on March 8 at The Kessler
Win tickets to the sold out Barefoot at the Belmont presented by Fossil concert featuring Kopecky Family Band and Peter Black on Thursday, June 6
Many thanks to all the KXT listeners and members who braved the cold in their hats and mittens to rock out to Givers and The Orbans at the Kessler Theater. 35 Denton was on hand with their Button O Matic and a few folks actually won wrist bands to the conference in March! Picture above by… Read more »
The first 15 people to prove that you have purchased a ticket to tonight’s Holiday Show will get a free “Plus 1”! Prove it by a sending a screen shot of your confirmation or an email ticket receipt – [email protected] Here’s how to get a ticket if you have not already. Tickets are $12 in advance and… Read more »
http://www.youtube.com/watch/?v=GeTO40EWeEA 35 Denton will join KXT 91.7 for our Holiday Show at Dallas’ Kessler Theater featuring Givers and Fort Worth’s The Orbans. (Get tickets for $12 in advance or $15 at the door) Look for 35 Denton’s button machine – drop in .50 cents, turn the handle, and get a 35 Denton button. At least one lucky… Read more »
Fort Worth band The Orbans have won the hearts of fans and critics alike with their country-pop infused tunes, with a little help from acclaimed producer Adam Lasus on their debut album, When We Were Wild.