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Arch City Radio Hour: A Look Back At 2013

Arch City Radio Hour debuted on January 7th, 2013 and since that first show, we've heard from just a small portion of the vast wealth of artistic talent that resides, plays and thrives in our region.  We're looking forward to another year of great interviews, insights, and performances, but we thought that during this holiday season, we take a moment to look back and hear some of our favorite performances since the show's inception.  It was hard to keep it at an hour and we had to leave out at least another hour of material.  Thanks to all the artists who have appeared on the show and shared your talents with us!

 
"Close the Door" - Pokey LaFarge

"No Fault of My Own" - Kentucky Knife Fight

"Timid Dolphin" - Dots Not Feathers

"Don't You Know" - Beth Bombara

"Signs of Mine" - Mt. Thelonius

"Fake Heat" - Water Liars

"Chase the Moon" - Bella and Lily

"Nero" - Ian Fisher

"Doing the Best I Can" - Bryan and Lola

"(We're Gonna) Rock This Town" - Grace Basement

"Science Won" - Lewis Dubbs and the Missouri Fly Guys

"St. Louis Blues" - Pokey LaFarge

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Mike Schrand began his radio career at St. Louis Public Radio as a live recording intern from 1986 to 1988. From 1988 to 1992, he acted as Jazz ‘Till Dawn producer and host and weekend announcer, occasional engineer for Jazzstream With Walter Parker and Jazz Unlimited and Morning Edition engineer and producer. From 1992 to 1995, Schrand worked in the corporate world, but returned as a weekend announcer in 1995. In 1996, Schrand was hired as St. Louis Public Radio Traffic Director and was promoted to Assistant Program Director in 1998 and Program Director in 2001. In his spare time he writes, sings, and plays bass in the local roots quartet Salt Of The Earth, and enjoys down time with his family in St. Louis City.

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