Deck the halls with boughs of great music this season. 88.1 KDHX presents KDHXmas 2011: A Holiday Sampler -- 12 festive tracks, recorded live at KDHX.
Known for their unpredictable, high-energy, country-fueled live performances, Kansas City band the Wilders more than lives up to its name.
Well, the numbers are in, and this year 88.1 KDHX has broadcasted music from well over 4,000 different albums released in 2011. Who knew that many albums were even released this year?
The shimmering and lilting folk rock of Spectator is perfect for a stroll in the moonlight or just slipping into a day dream.
It's been said before, but I don't mind repeating it: John Prine is a national treasure.
"American music is alive and well. This is the new classical music," Pokey LaFarge emphasized partway through his first-ever concert with Ryan Spearman. Appropriate, since they were celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Folk School of St. Louis at the Sheldon on December 1 (an event welcomed by KDHX).
As a humorist, storyteller, songwriter, satirist and all-around troublemaker, Kinky Friedman is a true American original.