The 2011 Best Of St. Louis issue is out today, and in it our picks for nearly 400 of the things that make this city great. Many of them are music related, and over the next few days we'll have some handy resources for tracking down and enjoying some of the best the scene has to offer. But first, the complete list of this year's music Best Of winners, which you can find below. Agree? Disagree? Let us know in the comments.
Best Band Name We're Wolf
Best Band to Die in the Past 12 Months The 75s
Best Bluegrass Band The Local Gents
Best Blues Artist Big George Brock
Best Club DJ DJ Uptown
Best Collaboration SLAP Collaborative Electronic Music Performances
Best Concert of the Past 12 Months Elvis Costello & the Imposters
Best Concert Poster Times New Viking
Best Concert Series Post Performances
Best Country Band (Alternative) The Vondrukes
Best Country Band (Traditional) The Western Satellites
Best Cover Band Capone
Best Folk Band The Lulus
Best Gospel Artist Kenny DeShields
Best Hip-Hop Artist Rockwell Knuckles
Best Hip-Hop DJ DJ Mahf
Best Hip-Hop Program to Die in the Past Year STL Home Jamz
Best Homecoming MU330 at the Firebird
Best Jam Band Aaron Kamm and the One Drops
Best Jazz Artist Hamiet Bluiett
Best All-Ages Venue Off Broadway
Best Jazz Radio Program Jazz Unlimited
Best Live Sound Engineer Eric Holshouser
Best Local Act Gone National Prince Ea
Best Local Album of the Past 12 Months Les Animaux Épouvantables
Best Local Label Pancake Productions
Best Local Promoter Amin Mohabbat
Best Local Single of the Past 12 Months "All Noise"
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