• In addition to her songwriting, Charlie Faye is known for her approach to touring and performing.
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    In addition to her songwriting, Charlie Faye is known for her approach to touring and performing.
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  • In 2010, Faye spent 10 months living in 10 different cities across the U.S.
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    In 2010, Faye spent 10 months living in 10 different cities across the U.S.
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  • In each, she put together a band of local musicians, played shows, and wrote and recorded new songs.
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    In each, she put together a band of local musicians, played shows, and wrote and recorded new songs.
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  • She appears here backed by guitarist Will Sexton, along with the Mountain Stage house band.
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    She appears here backed by guitarist Will Sexton, along with the Mountain Stage house band.
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  • This is Charlie Faye's first appearance on Mountain Stage.
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    This is Charlie Faye's first appearance on Mountain Stage.
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Singer-songwriter Charlie Faye makes her first appearance on Mountain Stage, recorded live at the Culture Center Theater in Charleston, W.Va.

In addition to her songcraft, Faye is known for her unique approach to touring and performing. In 2010, she made her home in 10 different cities in 10 months across the U.S. In each, she put together a band of local musicians, played shows, and wrote and recorded new songs. The resulting album, Travels With Charlie, reached the Top 10 on the Americana Radio Chart.

She appears here backed by guitarist Will Sexton, along with the Mountain Stage house band. Her latest album is You Were Fine, You Weren't Even Lonely.

Set List
  • "What's So Special"
  • "Stone In The Road"
  • "It's A Fighter"
  • "Knocked Down"
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