Serena Ryder On Mountain Stage The Canadian singer-songwriter returns to Mountain Stage without her backing band, but the audience makes for a nice replacement.
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Serena Ryder On Mountain Stage

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Serena Ryder On Mountain Stage

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Serena Ryder performs on Mountain Stage.

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Set List

  • "Dark as the Black"
  • "All For Love"
  • "Little Bit of Red"
  • "Weak in the Knees"
  • "What I Wanna Know"
  • "Norwegian Wood," by Bob Thompson

Canadian folk-singer and songwriter Serena Ryder has been performing since her early teens, making her first appearance on Mountain Stage in 2005. Since then, her album, If Your Memory Serves You Well, won her a Juno award for Best New Artist. She released her second record, Is It O.K., and several EP's, including a duet with Melissa Etheridge, on Atlantic Records. This set's performance of "All for Love" is a web exclusive broadcast.

Mountain Stage pianist Bob Thompson ends things with a solo performance of "Norwegian Wood."

This Mountain Stage performance was originally published Oct. 7, 2010.