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St. Louis Blues’ favorite KSHE songs

KSHE plays the Blues' requests

KSHE likes the St. Louis Blues and the St. Louis Blues like KSHE!

We got together with the team and asked what their favorite KSHE songs were. They sent us the list and we've been playing their tunes!

Check out the complete list below and we even included music videos for all the songs!

Barret Jackman - Thunderstruck (AC/DC)
Marty Brodeur - Hells Bells (AC/DC)
Jake Allen - Hells Bells (AC/DC)
Darren Pang - Hells Bells (AC/DC)
Al MacInnis - Back in Black (AC/DC)
Darren Pang - Back in Black (AC/DC)
Patrik Berglund - Livin' On A Prayer (Bon Jovi)
Jaden Schwartz - Livin' On A Prayer (Bon Jovi)
Ken ‘Hitch’ Hitchcock - More Than A Feeling (Boston)
John Kelly - More Than A Feeling (Boston)
Bernie Federko - More Than A Feeling (Boston)
Ian Cole - Along The Watchtower (Jimi Hendrix)
David Backes - Open Arms (Journey)
TJ Oshie - Faithfully (Journey)
Darren Pang - Immigrant Song (Led Zeppelin)
Darren Pang - Going to California (Led Zeppelin)
Steve Ott - King Nothing (Metallica)
Keith 'Big Walt’ Tkachuk - Enter Sandman (Metallica)
Vladimir Tarasenko - Nothing Else Matters (Metallica)
Kevin Shattenkirk - Wild Horses (Rolling Stones)
Mike Caruso - Jungleland (Bruce Springsteen)
Brian Elliott - Suite Madame Blue (Styx)
Paul Stastny - Sunday Bloody Sunday (U2)
Alex Pietrangelo - Where The Streets Have No Name (U2)
Chris Zimmerman - Where The Streets Have No Name (U2)
Darren Pang - Vertigo (U2)
Brett Hull - Old Man (Neil Young)

Check it out: St. Louis Blues' favorite KSHE songs, video style!

St. Louis Blues’ favorite KSHE songs

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"Thunderstruck" is the first song on the 1990 album The Razors Edge. Angus Young said, "We needed a title for the song and we came up with this thunder thing and it seemed to have a good ring to it. AC/DC = Power. That's the basic idea

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