Each month, this site features numerous photography pieces based on the work of the intrepid members of KDHX's pool of volunteer photographers.
If you're not sure that country music is cool, then Hayes Carll has a sound thay may convince you.
Give a man a guitar and he will play you a song. Give Hayes Carll a guitar and he will bare his soul in a raw and honest way that few musicians can match.
Coming in at 23 tracks strong, "Live at KDHX, Volume X" spans the worlds of indie rock, pop, folk, bluegrass, Americana, honky tonk, blues and Latin music. It's as diverse and independent as the station that powers it.
Late in his set, Hayes Carll gave his appreciation to the audience as he said, "Thanks for coming out on a Sunday night especially after the official Super Bowl of drinking yesterday."
To paraphrase The Pixies: "HAYES! Been tryin' to meet you!" And that's what we gave you the chance to do -- meet Hayes Carll and attend his soundcheck, followed by his show at the Sheldon this Sunday, March 18 -- by writing a Hayes Carll haiku. A Hay-ku, if you will.
When one of the best country songwriters around invites you to his house to hang out on the back porch and listen to a new song, you don't refuse.
They used to shout "Boy, you ain't a poet -- just a drunk with a pen" according to a weary Hayes Carll on his tune "It's Hard Out Here." And just as Hayes went on to prove them all wrong, now's your chance to do the same. You might win tickets to the show, attend the soundcheck and meet Hayes Carll in the process.
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!