KDHX photography highlights: October 30-November 5

In the world of photography highlights, this past week was a slow one. That being said, it was not a slow week by any means. In fact, it flew by. Adam Thompson of We Were Promised Jetpacks landed for a in-studio session at the Magnolia Avenue Studios. The Meat Puppets also popped in and had some before dark Halloween fun with a Care Bear and Chris Ward, the KDHX Marketing Director.
The Firebird hosted Mates of State and Generationals on their Halloween bill, costumes too ensued. Then at the close of the work week Indie pop came full circle and locals Dots Not Feathers along with Elsinore showed St. Louis a thing or two about lovely sounds.
And in case you’d forgotten about Sammy Hagar, no need to regret the temporary lapse, he’s back, this time around as Chickenfoot.

To see the full articles and complete photo galleries check out Music News and for the KDHX in-studio experience head to Live Performances. Get it on at KDHX.org

Generationals

Generationals at the Firebird. Ben Mudd

Chickenfoot

Chickenfoot at the Pageant. Louis Kwok

Meat Puppets

Meat Puppets in-studio at KDHX. Johnny Andrews

Meat Puppets

Meat Puppets in-studio at KDHX. Johnny Andrews

Meat Puppets

Meat Puppets in-studio at KDHX. Johnny Andrews

We Were Promised Jetpacks

We Were Promised Jetpacks in-studio at KDHX. Louis Kwok

We Were Promised Jetpacks

We Were Promised Jetpacks in-studio at KDHX. Louis Kwok

Chickenfoot

Chickenfoot at the Pageant. Louis Kwok

Dots Not Feathers

Dots Not Feathers at the Firebird. Ben Mudd

Elsinore

Elsinore at the Firebird. Ben Mudd

Mates of State

Mates of State at the Firebird. Ben Mudd

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