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Mark Mulcahy On Mountain Stage

Once part of the band Miracle Legion, Mulcahy embarked on an impressive solo career in the '90s.

Mark Mulcahy On Mountain Stage

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Shonna Tucker On Mountain Stage

The former Drive-By Truckers bassist plays a four-song solo set with her backing band, Eye Candy.

Shonna Tucker On Mountain Stage

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Lake Street Dive On Mountain Stage

Once "a weird alt-country jazz group," the band led by Rachel Price is a pop-soul juggernaut.

Lake Street Dive On Mountain Stage

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Damon Fowler On Mountain Stage

Influenced by swamp blues, the great guitarist's music strikes a balance between grit and polish.

Damon Fowler On Mountain Stage

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Eilen Jewell On Mountain Stage

Known for her sweet voice and easygoing delivery, Jewell returns to the show for a five-song set.

Eilen Jewell On Mountain Stage

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Future Islands

See one of the year's most exciting bands in concert, filmed live from Washington, D.C.

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Wesley Stace On Mountain Stage

Stace, better known to some as John Wesley Harding, plays songs from his new album, Self Titled.

Wesley Stace On Mountain Stage

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Elizabeth And The Catapult On Mountain Stage

The band showcases its smart fusion of coffeehouse folk, scrappy jazz and daring indie pop.

Elizabeth And The Catapult On Mountain Stage

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Nellie McKay On Mountain Stage

The eccentric musician performs songs from an upcoming project that remains unreleased.

Nellie McKay On Mountain Stage

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Justin Townes Earle On Mountain Stage

The decorated Americana musician returns to Mountain Stage to play tracks from his upcoming album.

Justin Townes Earle On Mountain Stage

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