Larry Campbell And Teresa Williams On Mountain Stage The husband-and-wife roots duo performs a set of original songs and beloved covers.

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Larry Campbell And Teresa Williams On Mountain Stage

Larry Campbell and Teresa Williams appear together on Mountain Stage, recorded live in Charleston, W.Va. Campbell, a singer, producer, multi-instrumentalist and all-around "musician's musician," has worked with Emmylou Harris, Sheryl Crow, Bob Dylan and Mavis Staples — and, perhaps most notably, served as Levon Helm's musical director for seven historic years.

Campbell steps into the spotlight here with Williams, his partner in life and music, for a mix of original songs and beloved covers from their self-titled collaborative album. Justin Guip backs them on drums, along with bassist Jeff Hill.

SET LIST

  • "Keep Your Lamp Trimmed And Burning"
  • "Surrender To Love"
  • "You're Running Wild"
  • "Did You Love Me At All"
  • "Everybody Loves You"
  • "Attics Of My Life"
  • "Big River"
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