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Best of LA 2009 Readers' Poll - Final Chart

BEST OF LA 2009 -
FANS' POLL RESULTS
 
  Artist  
Score
     
 
1 Light FM
632
2 My Imaginary Friends
544
3 Lemon Sun
382
4 Chasing Kings
347
5 Mississippi Man
102
6 KillKillKill
93
7 Professor Calculus
70
8 Active Child
62
9 Evan Voytas
47
  Dirt Dress
47
 
 
This is the final top 10 of The Deli's Best of LA Fans' Poll. This Poll is based solely on the votes cast by the bands' fans and Deli readers.

All the artists in this list were either nominated by our juror or selected through our Open Contest in late December.
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