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Chicago rockers Bailiff returned to Off Broadway on Thursday, one year after their St. Louis debut.

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R&B performer Tommy Dean was born in Louisiana in 1909 and grew up in Texas. He moved to St. Louis while in his 20s.

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A great song always makes a connection -- with your heart, your body, your head, sometimes with your voice, when you can't stop singing or humming along. The DJs of KDHX know that feeling, and they love sharing it with the world. These are the songs that truly connected with them -- and we hope with you -- in 2014.

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Monday, 22 December 2014 08:20

88.1 KDHX top album spins of 2014

What a great year for new music. These are the top 2014 releases you've heard most on the KDHX airwaves this year. If you've seen past KDHX year-end lists, it's no great surprise that the New Pornographers and Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings were the top spins for this year.

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Monday, 22 December 2014 08:15

88.1 KDHX DJs top 10 albums of 2014

This list has it all: indie rock, blues, country, folk, pop, reggae, jazz and everything in between. It's the kind of year-end roundup KDHX loves to make, because it illustrates the passion and curiosity of our DJs -- and of you, our loyal listeners.

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Karate Bikini -- the olio of St. Louis bands -- celebrated the release of their new album "A Simpler Sugar," with a rollicking night of music at Off Broadway.

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Joe Bonamassa and his band played for an attentive crowd at the Fox Theater in St. Louis on Saturday night.

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Home town musician Devon Allman played blues, rock and soul guitar for a sold-out crowd at the Gramophone on Saturday.

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I recently had the honor of joining the rhythm & blues-rock band Vintage Trouble for a run of 13 shows in September and October. Instead of co-billing with another group, the members preferred to have me, the Soul Selector, open the concerts with a potent, all-vinyl mix of blues and soul while chatting up the audience. A member of the band even personally introduced me at every stop.

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Widespread Panic played the first of a two night run on Tuesday at the Peabody Opera House and, as expected, incited a dance riot by a notoriously loyal crowd.

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