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Sharon Little in Concert on Mountain Stage - 10/01/2008

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Sharon Little On Mountain Stage

Sharon Little On Mountain Stage

Sharon Little in Concert on Mountain Stage - 10/01/2008

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SET LIST

  • "Follow That Sound"
  • "Ooh Wee"
  • "Set You Free"
  • "Peppermint and Glue"
  • "What Gets in the Way"
  • "Try"
  • "Guilty" *
  • * Performed by Julie Adams and the Mountain Stage band
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Singer Sharon Little was born in Philadelphia, Pa. Brian Blauser hide caption

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At the start of the year, singer Sharon Little was working as a waitress and performing at open mics, weddings and coffee shops. But a few short months later, she was shaking up crowds across the country as the opening act for Robert Plant and Alison Krauss on their Raising Sand tour. Her music was also picked up for television; the song "Follow that Sound" was chosen as the opening theme for A&E's drama The Cleaner.

Little's hardened, gospel-inflected soul and blues were recently recorded live on Mountain Stage with the help of guitarist Scott Sax, who produced her debut recording, Perfect Time for a Breakdown.

The set ends with Mountain Stage vocalist Julie Adams, along with the Mountain Stage band, performing Randy Newman's "Guilty."

This segment originally ran Oct. 1, 2008.

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