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Mount Moriah On World Cafe

Mount Moriah On World Cafe

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Set List

  • "Bright Light"
  • "Eureka Springs"
  • "Miracle Temple Holiness"

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"White Sands"

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Mount Moriah is a rock band formed around the duo of guitarist Jenks Miller and singer Heather McEntire. Its second full-length album, the recent Miracle Temple, combines the strum and twang of Southern rock with vocals that hit hard emotionally.

On this installment of World Cafe, host David Dye discusses with McEntire the complexity of Mount Moriah's sound, as well as her push to explore the nuances in her vocals.

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