Simon is by no means a newcomer to the music business — he's recorded with Menlo Park, and with Edie Brickell in The Heavy Circles. Hear songs from his self-titled debut on West Virginia's most famous stage.
Harper Simon on Mountain Stage - 04/16/2010
The Loser's Lounge, led by session keyboardist Joe McGinty and singer Nick Danger, takes the stage Friday, Jan. 28, at World Cafe Live to pay tribute to The Rat Pack.
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Led by keyboardist Joe McGinty and singer Nick Danger, Loser's Lounge pays homage to pop music from the past with a bi-monthly tribute concert. Listen to the live webcast as the band plays songs from the Rat Pack at noon ET on the World Cafe Live stage.
The long-running band's take on Irish-American music is both traditional and contemporary. Seamus Egan, Winifred Horan and their current collaborators perform songs from their latest album, The Turning Tide.
In the group's second appearance on Mountain Stage since 2003, Calexico played a set of songs from its latest album, Carried to Dust. The band's robust, dynamic sound — driven by two trumpets, pedal steel, bass and piano — incorporates many ethnic influences.
Mike Farris, formerly of the rock group Screamin' Cheetah Wheelies, turned to creating gospel music in 2004, with his album Salvation in Lights. Farris showcases his powerful melding of modern and classic gospel in this edition of Mountain Stage.
Mike Farris in Concert on Mountain Stage - 10/17/2008
U.S. Girls performs at Shea Stadium.
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The DIY concert space and recording studio in Brooklyn just released 50 hours worth of live recordings. Hear mix of black metal, garage-rock, drone and a drum circle gone weird, all recorded live at Shea Stadium.
The vibraphonist celebrates 50 years at Berklee College of Music with three generations of friends. Joe Lovano, Steve Swallow and Julian Lage all join Gary Burton onstage for this concert from JazzSet.
North Carolina-born singer-songwriter Eric Church has quickly become one of the most popular young stars in modern country music. Church recently treated a Mountain Stage audience in Bristol, Tenn./Va., to a stripped-down acoustic performance of what is normally a loud, electric stage show.
Eric Church in Concert on Mountain Stage - 10/16/2008
Colin Meloy and his band have a treat for their hometown on Wednesday. The group will perform songs from its new album together for the first time in front of a live audience at 3 p.m. ET today — and you can watch it live from the studios of Oregon Public Broadcasting.
The Decemberists warm up for the group's performance at OPB.