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Lucy Wainwright Roche On Mountain Stage

The daughter of folk-music royalty Loudon Wainwright III and Suzzy Roche, Lucy Wainwright Roche took her own path before deciding to follow in her family members' musical footsteps.

Lucy Wainwright Roche On Mountain Stage

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Mollie O'Brien And Rich Moore On Mountain Stage

Making her 18th appearance on the show, O'Brien is described by host Larry Groce as one of the most talented singers ever to grace its stage. Here, she performs with husband and guitarist Rich Moore.

Mollie O'Brien And Rich Moore On Mountain Stage

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Todd Snider On Mountain Stage

To celebrate the program's 30th anniversary, Todd Snider returns to Mountain Stage for the 10th time. Snider is an outspoken, thoughtful and funny musical storyteller, with influences in roots rock.

Todd Snider On Mountain Stage

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Missy Raines And The New Hip On Mountain Stage

One of the most decorated and highly sought-after upright bassists in bluegrass music, Raines explores an adventurous new sonic direction on her latest project.

Missy Raines And The New Hip On Mountain Stage

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Charlie Faye On Mountain Stage

Charlie Faye is known for her approach to touring and performing — and in particular a cross-country project she completed in 2010. Here, she makes her first appearance on Mountain Stage.

Charlie Faye On Mountain Stage

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Sam Baker On Mountain Stage

Baker's story is one that few others have experienced. After surviving a life-changing tragedy, the singer-songwriter relearned to play guitar and refined his quiet, powerful performance style.

Sam Baker On Mountain Stage

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Matthew Stevens Group: Live At Berklee

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Whether executing the new visions of his peers or fielding calls from veterans, few young jazz guitarists are as highly tipped. Matthew Stevens leads a band in songs from his forthcoming debut album.

Matthew Stevens Group: Live At Berklee

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Gary Nicholson On Mountain Stage

Nicholson may not be a household name, but he's one of Nashville's most prolific and respected songwriters. Here, he performs with guitarist Colin Linden and the Mountain Stage Band.

Gary Nicholson On Mountain Stage

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Holly Williams On Mountain Stage

Though she comes from the country royalty of the Hank Williams lineage, Holly Williams has a voice that's uniquely hers.

Holly Williams On Mountain Stage

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Luray On Mountain Stage

Singer and banjo player Shannon Carey leads the Americana collective Luray. Originally conceived as a bluegrass group, the ensemble now includes a wide array of instruments.

Luray On Mountain Stage

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