Music in the Morning: Myke Miller

Myke Miller returns to Good Day Austin to perform. He has upcoming shows in Houston and at Cedar Street Courtyard in Austin, and is working on new music.

Music in the Morning: Flyjack

Flyjack stopped by Good Day Austin to talk about their newly released album and their upcoming shows. The band gives us a preview of their music. Catch up with them on social media to find out where they play next.

Music in the Morning: Fred Spence

Fred Spence returned to Good Day Austin to perform live. You can catch him around town over the next several weeks at one of his upcoming shows.

Music in the Morning: Dani Jack

Singer/songwriter Dani Jack and acoustic guitarist Steven J. Push stopped by Good Day Austin to talk about her upcoming show and perform her latest single "Dance". The music video is set to be released in January

Music in the Morning: Deanna Wheeler

Deanna Wheeler returns to Good Day Austin to talk about her upcoming UK tour in February 2020 and to perform. You can see her live at Poodie's in Spicewood on December 28th and Buck's Backyard on New Year's Eve.

Music in the Morning: Cowboy Diplomacy

Cowboy Diplomacy returns to Good Day Austin to talk about their debut album that releases on December 13th. You can see them live at the Empire Control Room for the official release party.

Music in the Morning: Audic Empire

Audic Empire stopped in to Good Day Austin to talk about their upcoming show at Stubb's on December 20th and to preview music off of their new EP. They will release new music in early 2020.

Music in the Morning: Sydney Wright

Sydney Wright and Matt Ott talk about the upcoming Black Fret Ball which is at ACL Live Saturday night, December 7th. There will be 17 bands playing 1-2 songs each and Black Fret will award a total of $250,000 to 20 Austin acts. Sydney Wright is one of this year's nominees and performs a song she wrote with fellow nominee Superfonicos.

Music in the Morning: African Children's Choir

The African Children's Choir returns to Good Day Austin to perform live. The choir was started in 1984 to help people see a better picture of the African child. The choir has now expanded to 5 different African countries and provides education to the children. So far it has educated more than 52,000 children.

Music in the Morning: The Moriah Sisters

The Moriah Sisters return to Good Day Austin to talk about their upcoming "Friendsgiving" show at Bahadi's on December 1st and to perform. The group is currently celebrating their 25th anniversary.

Music in the Morning: Christine Renner

Christine Renner talks about her newly released EP and gives us a preview of her music. She will be celebrating the release with a show on Thursday night, November 21st, at the Empire Control Room.

Music in the Morning: Bull y Los Bufalos

Bull y Los Bufalos stopped by the studio to talk about the band's first live album recording show. It's at Come and Take It Live on Riverside at 7:00 Thursday night, November 21st.

Music in the Morning: Modern Day Midas

Raul Ochoa with Modern Day Midas stopped by Good Day Austin to talk about a new project he is supporting. He is re-releasing a song from earlier this year and donating the proceeds to Avery's Angel Fund, which helps cover emergency veterinary needs for those who work in the service industry.