Radio Station Information
City of License:
St. Louis, MO
St. Louis, MO
Double Helix Corporation
KDHX is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 88.1 MHz. The station is licensed to St. Louis, MO and is part of that radio market. The station broadcasts Variety programming.
Station Coverage Map
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Listener Comments and Reviews
Morning, I would like to send a huge shout out to my Uncle Godfrey Wilson July 22nd, from his great-niece from Memphis TN Regina Wilson. A magnificent 90th birthday. You still handsome and got it going on. Love you
By: Regina on July 21, 2015
The Saint Louis Story Stitchers Artists Collective is throwing a party!
The Weight of Words is the Story Stitchers 2nd Annual Benefit Concert, scheduled for 2:00, Saturday, March 19th, at the Kranzberg Arts Center!
Saint Louis Story Stitchers are professional artists and local teenagers, working together to create positive social change. Story Stitchers collect local stories and reframe and retell them through art, writing and performance to promote understanding, civic pride and literacy.
The Weight of Words Concert
Saturday, March 19th
Kranzberg Art Center, 501 N. Grand Blvd., aka the Big Brothers Big Sisters building.
The exciting show will be a culturally exhilarating, fun, family-centered educational event promoting understanding and civic pride.
Story Stitchers artists “Mr. K.P.” Dennis and Demil “Superhood” Johnson, will be joined by local favorites
DJ Pome and Dadishi Buchannon. Add some of St. Louis’s top teen acts to create an energetic and thoughtful one-of-a-kind performance of music and spoken word!
The Weight of Words is a platform for curated community voices to be heard through music and spoken word, with it the Saint Louis Story Stitchers Artists Collective works to put a microphone on sometimes unheard voices while supporting the organization’s ongoing work. Come out and support them on March 19th at the Kranzberg Arts Center and become part of this vital project.
Tickets are $10 at the door.
Early Bird tickets are $15 on Eventbrite.
By: Susan Colangelo on March 10, 2016
Don recommended I reach out to you to inquire how to propose a topic for one of your radio shows?
Who might I connect with about some of the programs we offer to the aging and senior community. Particularly in the form of Dementia. Not just what it is or what it does as many do, but actually the CARE and Education of those dealing with it and how to keep their loved ones at home as long as possible.
We also host the first even Memory Cafe in St. Louis, a group activity in a safe setting for not only Dementia residents but also their family caregivers. Id love to talk more about these free offerings and events if interested.
Id be happy to send over some additional information to whoever that might be.
ComforCare st. Louis
By: Angela Haas on October 14, 2016
I would like to have my misic played on here. Is it possible?
By: Yung Zae on December 7, 2016
Hii, I'm Paul H. Fleming, an independent radio producer. I have several exciting new audio project which I would like to offer your station. A coupe of mini-documentary series including, Death Notes and Two Minute Mysteries. Each program will be designed as filler spots when you need something between regular programs. If you want more details, please contact me at Paradox Productions Ltd, 5342 Fletcher Street, St.Louiis, MO 63136
By: Paul H Fleming on September 13, 2017
I’d like to know where to send a CD of my sons to
see if you would be interested in playing his music. He writes his own music and lyrics and sings and plays several instruments including a harmonica. Please let me know by e-mail or phone. Thank you.
By: Vicky Gusman on July 20, 2018
Hello my name is Tayshawn Russell I'm an upcoming artist and poet I write to motivate inspire and encourage people to follow God and keep hope. I wondering if you could please allow me to use your platform to share my song and spread the truth.
By: Tayshawn Russell on December 19, 2020
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