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Bulletins from The Back Country

Wednesday, 04 April 2012 by Jeff Corbin

I thought the Spring 2012 Membership Drive might be a good time to send out my first group email to self-declared fans of The Back Country, so here it is.

I know you are all regular listeners to KDHX so you know we exist because of our members.  I hope you'll take a couple of minutes before the end of the drive to call 314-664-3688 or go online to and donate to this diamond-in-the-rough of a radio station.

If you'd care to designate The Back Country as the show to receive your donation you can do that by calling on Saturday between 3 and 5PM, donating online during that time or simply doing either at any time by choosing The Back Country online or by calling any time and telling the phone volunteer you want to credit The Back Country.

What ultimately counts is that you do act to support KDHX, which I am confident you will do.

Also, if you would like to receive The Back Country annotated playlist that I send out weekly after each show, simply email me at and I will add your email address to the group.  The annotated playlist features thumbnail sketches of artists that aren't available on the website version.

Thanks again for your support of KDHX and The Back Country and I'll see ya on down the road...


Jeff Corbin



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