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The Kings of Convenience performed on Mountain Stage in 2000.
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December 30, 2011 Back in 2000, Kings of Convenience performed to the biggest audience of its career at that point in time on West Virginia's most famous stage. Three albums later, the Kings of Convenience still captivate with gentle harmonies and intricate finger-picking.
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Kings of Convenience.
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February 18, 2010 Making eiderdown-plush folk-pop songs buoyed by sweet harmonies, the Norwegian duo takes a surprisingly bold political stance on its recent album Declaration of Dependence. As its members' voices met in perfect confluence at WFUV, accompanied only by acoustic guitar, those in Studio-A quickly went from casual fans to happy acolytes.
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November 11, 2004 The Norwegian acoustic pop duo Kings of Convenience once titled one of their albums Quiet Is the New Loud. They get even quieter on a new CD, Riot on Empty Street. Meredith Ochs has a review.
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July 20, 2004 Gottschalk by pianist Frank French; New music from guitar wonder Leo Kottke; Norwegian duo Kings of Convenience; An Omaha oddity: Tilly and the Wall; Experimental silence from Adem Ilhan and more.
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