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The Devil Makes Three makes its first appearance on Mountain Stage, recorded live in Charleston, W.Va. The group's studio recordings, live albums and endless touring — to say nothing of its captivating live performances — have helped it score arena shows with Alison Krauss and Willie Nelson, as well as spots in festivals like Bonnaroo, Telluride and Hardly Strictly.

The band's latest album, I'm A Stranger Here, was produced by Nashville legend Buddy Miller, and features a speedy and intoxicating mix of blues, folk and jazz. Pete Bernhard plays guitar and sings lead, along with Cooper McBean on guitar and banjo, with Lucia Turino on upright bass.

Set List
  • "40 Days"
  • "Stranger"
  • "Spinnin' Like A Top"
  • "Moment's Rest"
  • "Graveyard"
  • "Dead Body Moving"
  • "Do Wrong Right"
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