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Tuesday, 20 December 2011 14:27

Best of 2011: Top 15 Live at KDHX videos

Best of 2011: Top 15 Live at KDHX videos Sara Finke
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As the year comes to a close, KDHX is pleased to present some of our favorite live in-studio videos of 2011 -- and there were so many, we just couldn't narrow it to 10!

KDHX is proud to showcase some of the best touring artists around, as well as bands and performers from the St. Louis region. Our volunteers and staff continue to bring you exclusive and unique performances from these bands, all captured with superb sound and images -- live in our studios.

See all top 15 in the Best of 2011 Playlist or check out each video below.

Best of 2011 Playlist

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Ben Kweller "Walk on Me"


Colin Hay "Overkill"


Dale Watson "Carryin' On This Way"


Exter vs Kimock "Back in My Arms"


Hayes Carll "KMAG YOYO"


Jill Andrews "Sound of the Bells"


Of Montreal "Famine Affair"


Ryan Spearman "Promise Land"


Thao & Mirah "How Dare You"


The Blind Boys Of Alabama "Free At Last"


The Blue Canyon Boys "Rocky Mountain Bound"


The Head and the Heart "Sounds Like Hallelujah"


The Low Anthem "Ghost Woman Blues"


Tristen "Eager for Your Love"


William Fitzsimmons "The Winter From Her Leaving"

 

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