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Best of 2012: Top 12 Live at KDHX videos

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Written by KDHX

The year 2012 was a memorable one for the live performance studios of 88.1 KDHX. We hosted over 170 national and local bands, all of whom gave us their very best.

We couldn't produce videos for these sessions -- which recently racked up over 2 million views on YouTube -- without the hard work of our dedicated staff and talented volunteer engineers, producers and editors. Many thanks to all of them, and here's to more great music in 2013!

See all top 12 videos -- as selected by our production staff and volunteers -- in the Best of 2012 Playlist or check out each video below.

 

 

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JC Brooks & the Uptown Sound "Want More"


Davina and the Vagabonds "Lipstick and Chrome"


Alan Evans Trio "Authoritay"


Hospitality "Friends of Friends"


Langhorne Slim and the Law "Salvation"


Lights "Where the Fence Is Low"


Monophonics "Deception"


Mount Moriah "Social Wedding Rings"


Sister Sparrow and the Dirty Birds "Too Much"


Todd Snider "Carla"


Tycho "A Walk"


Emily Wells "Mama's Gonna Give You Love"

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