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From the Studio 6A soundstage on the University of Texas at Austin campus was the birthplace of “Austin City Limits, we broadcasted all morning on 3/16 & 3/19 from the legendary stage. Check the link for videos from all our performers like Sarah Kinsley, Mattiel, Gustaf, Making Movies, Fantastic Negrito, Geese, and…
Cimafunk Live in 6A
Look no further for your next party soundtrack: Cimafunk brings the life and the fire. His brand of Afro-Cuban funk is driven, creative, and incessant. Play his beats on full blast and enjoy.
Every year during SXSW, Willie Nelson and family invite music fans to their compound outside of Spicewood, TX for Luck Reunion, a day of live music, BBQ, and maybe a little of Willie’s left-handed tobacco. Our crew was on hand to capture stripped down performances with some of this year’s performers, and we’re excited to share them with you. So roll one up and enjoy our pop-up sessions from Luck Reunion 2022!
Adia Victoria – “Magnolia Blues”
Adia Victoria enchanted us at Luck Reunion with her darkly atmospheric song, “Magnolia Blues.” The gritty and swampy guitar mixes so perfectly with her honey voice, that you can almost see the magnolias bloom. You can find “Magnolia Blues” on Adia Victoria’s 2021 album A Southern Gothic. Be sure to check out her latest single, “Ain’t Killed Me Yet.”
Two years ago Kelsey Wilson’s (Wild Child, Glorietta) Sir Woman was just about to turn the lights on with their debut before the power was cut. Cruel irony put Party City on hold for the Bitch EP, and the reimagined debut is a better record for reflection on Sunday after the party–a more appropriate vibe for Fall of 2020. However, the debut full-length Sir Woman is almost here, releasing on April 20th via Nine Mile Records, and judging by their recent performance in Studio 1A the good feelings put on the shelf have ripened to perfection. See for yourself.
Confucius Jones and Fresh hosted all Austin all night. Featuring performances from Tribe Mafia, Nez Tha Villain, The Unemployed, EC Mayne, Skylar T, Arod, ImYoungin BeYou, David Shabani, Chakeeta B, Jake Lloyd, and Mike Melinoe.
Public Radio Day Stage
Joined by our sister stations across the country, we broadcasting live bands like Wet Leg, Yard Act, Sasami, and Seratones!
I Love School House Rock So Much
A family-friendly tribute to Schoolhouse Rock and Daniel Johnston, presented by KUTX’s Spare the Rock, Spoil the Child featuring: Kathy McCarty & Speeding Motorcycle, Jon Langford & Bill Anderson, SaulPaul, Parker Woodland, Strawbitty Yops, Andy Sprouts.
Rock the Park returned to the amphitheater at Mueller Lake Park again this spring with another round of free, family-friendly concerts curated by KUTX and our Sunday-evening kids’ show Spare the Rock, Spoil the Child.
Jody was joined by Austin American Stateman’s Deborah Sengupta Stith and Sirius XM Host and Producer Rob Bleetstein to spin music by artists featured at SXSW 2022, artists they missed, music they’re currently enjoying, or writing about, and more.