Four Seasons Hotel Austin is once again teaming up with local radio station KUTX-FM 98.9 to present live morning broadcasts featuring music and interviews with several of South-by-Southwest’s most anticipated performers.

Scheduled to take place Wednesday, March 18 through Saturday, March 21, the events include intimate 25-minute sets by 16 artists, giving locals and out-of-towners alike unprecedented access to many of this year’s festival favorites. Below is the 2015 lineup:

Wednesday, March 18
7:00 am: Up-and-coming Austin folk rock singer, songwriter Emily Wolfe
8:00 am: One-man band Robert Delong who uses multiple instruments and more to loop electronic dance beats
9:00 am: Singer, songwriter, guitarist and student of 70s folk rock Israel Nash
10:00 am: Texas native songwriter and multi-instrument pop and blues artist Max Frost

Delta Spirit

Delta Spirit

Thursday, March 19
7:00 am: American songwriter, producer, arranger Matthew E. White
8:00 am: Austin rockers Quiet Company
9:00 am: Canadian indie singer, songwriter Dan Mangan
10:00 am: American indie rock band The Dodos

Friday, March 20
7:00 am: Glitter blues rockers The Bluebonnets, featuring Kathy Valentine
8:00 am: Austinites T-Bird and the Breaks performing soul, chunk, funk, R&B and hip-hop
9:00 am: North London four-piece alternative rock band Wolf Alice
10:00 am: Southern California indie rockers Delta Spirit

Chuck Prophet

Chuck Prophet

Saturday, March 21
8:00 am: Cilantro Boombox, which borrows inspiration from salsa, reggae blues and house music
9:00 am: French-Cuban twins Ibeyi who sings in English and Yoruba — a Nigerian language.
10:00 am: Twerps, a cheeky and charming Melbourne foursome whose band was named “the best new band in Australia” by Uncut.
11:00 am: California singer-songwriter and guitarist Chuck Prophet

The live morning broadcasts at Four Seasons have been a tradition for 17 years, raising more than $165,000 for the Seton Shivers Cancer Center. As in years past, all of the proceeds from the $10 per person entry fee (ages 3 and up) will be donated to Seton, with guests receiving a breakfast taco and unlimited coffee as part of admission.

Limited self parking is available to event attendees in the Hotel garage on a first-come, first-serve basis at a discounted rate of $5 per car. Due to the early hour, street parking is also typically readily available.

For those visiting from out of town, Four Seasons Hotel Austin still has limited availability during the music portion of South-by-Southwest. To inquire about rates and availability, please call (512) 685-8100 or search online.

For more information about the KUTX shows, please call (512) 685-8048 or send us an email.

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