KDHX photography highlights: November 6-12

The shows in this town just keep on keeping on. tUnE-YarDs sold-out Off Broadway with the help of Pat Jordache then several days later the third volume of STL Loud kept the walls shaking and the dance floor in motion. The Murder City Players put Jah love on at the Duck Room and the Blind Boys of Alabama with the help of Sara and Sean Watkins lay the soul down at the Old Rock House. The Blind Boys also came in for an in-studio, as did the indie-rock-pop-experimental supergroup Mr. Heavenly.

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tUnE-YarDs

tUnE-YarDs at Off Broadway. Ben Mudd

Blind Boys of Alabama

Blind Boys of Alabama at the Old Rock House. Nate Burrell

Murder City Players

Murder City Players at the Duck Room. Glenda Volk

Mr. Heavenly

Mr. Heavenly in-studio at KDHX. Kelsey McClure

tUnE-YarDs

tUnE-YarDs at Off Broadway. Ben Mudd

Pat Jordache

Pat Jordache at Off Broadway. Ben Mudd

Blind Boys of Alabama

Blind Boys of Alabama at the Old Rock House. Nate Burrell

Sara and Sean Watkins

Sara and Sean Watkins at the Old Rock House. Nate Burrell

Murder City Players

Murder City Players at the Duck Room. Glenda Volk

Mr. Heavenly

Mr. Heavenly in-studio at KDHX. Kelsey McClure

Dan Kinney

Dan Kinney, Audio Engineer. Mr. Heavenly in-studio at KDHX. Kelsey McClure

Funky Butt Brass Band

Funky Butt Brass Band, STL Loud at Off Broadway. Jarred Gastreich

Firedog

Firedog, STL Loud at Off Broadway. Jarred Gastreich

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