Larry Groce Larry Groce has been host and artistic director of West Virginia Public Radio's Mountain Stage since its beginning in 1983. His taste and personality have helped set the tone of this long running radio and television series.
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Russell Smith, performing on Mountain Stage in Charleston, WV March 29, 1992. Brian Blauser/Mountain Stage hide caption

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Remembering Russell Smith On Mountain Stage

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The Grateful Dead Tribute On Mountain Stage

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Levon Helm and The Band performed on Mountain Stage in 1996. Mountain Stage hide caption

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The Band On Mountain Stage

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Bill Morrissey performs on Mountain Stage in 1999. Mountain Stage hide caption

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Bill Morrissey On Mountain Stage

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Pioneering folk singer Hazel Dickens, center, performs with Mollie and Tim O'Brien in 1997. Dickens died on Friday, April 22, at the age of 75. Steven Wayne Rotsch/West Virginia Public Broadcasting hide caption

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Hazel Dickens On Mountain Stage

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