Our website, KDHX.org, offers a great diversity of content. From music reviews to interviews to concert updates to arts reviews and previews, our volunteer writers cover the St. Louis and national arts and music scene with great energy. The volunteer Copy Editor helps to make sure their writing is clear, concise and accurate.
KDHX DJs are the most public-facing representatives of the organization. For this reason, it’s important to ensure that our DJs are well-trained as hosts and board operators for the station.
Every Tuesday, Darren Snow gets up at 6 a.m. to do the only thing he'd get up that early for: to host "Rocket 88" on KDHX from 7-10 a.m. Central.
Editor's note: Longtime KDHX volunteer Sandy Ellebracht passed away on February 10, 2013. The KDHX family will miss her very much. This interview captures much of her volunteer spirit; it was originally published in the September 2011 issue of the KDHX Newsletter.
Sandy Ellebracht does not consider herself a morning person, yet for 10 days twice a year, she makes herself available at 5 a.m. to volunteer in the phone room during KDHX Membership Drives.
88.1 KDHX is known for broadcasting some of the most eclectic and excellent music programming of any radio station in the world. Likewise our website, KDHX.org, is an amazing source of music reviews, interviews and other features. Our volunteer music writers make that content happen.
Sad news came across the wires last night: Tim Mize -- a longtime KDHX volunteer and a central figure on the St. Louis punk scene -- has passed away after suffering a brain aneurism and a massive stroke.
Spring Drive 2012 runs Thursday, March 29 through Sunday, April 8. Drive 88.1 KDHX into the future today!
Independent music is worth supporting. Independent media -- from local artists, to theatre, to the National Film Challenge -- is incredibly valuable. Independence from commercial and corporate influence is crucial in the year 2011.
Arnold Kriemelman Jr., known to friends, family and country music fans across St. Louis as simply "Arnie," passed away at the age of 73 on June 20. Everyone at KDHX will miss him.