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West Virginia Public Broadcasting presents live concerts: folk, country and the blues

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Rose Cousins On Mountain Stage

Hear one of Canada's most revered young singer-songwriters perform live.

Rose Cousins On Mountain Stage

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The Stray Birds On Mountain Stage

The band draws on the rich traditions of American folk music while still sounding modern.

The Stray Birds On Mountain Stage

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Joan Shelley On Mountain Stage

The Louisville native performs songs from 2014's moody, languid, country-inflected Electric Ursa.

Joan Shelley On Mountain Stage

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Black Prairie On Mountain Stage

Hear the Portland string band, with members of The Decemberists and Bearfoot, as it performs live.

Black Prairie On Mountain Stage

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Lisa Loeb On Mountain Stage

The singer-songwriter, who topped the pop charts in the '90s, plays a mix of old and new favorites.

Lisa Loeb On Mountain Stage

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Lily & Madeleine On Mountain Stage

The sisters perform seven songs, their voices accompanied by guitar, piano, cello and mandolin.

Lily & Madeleine On Mountain Stage

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The Devil Makes Three On Mountain Stage

The speedy and intoxicating Americana band performs seven songs live on stage in West Virginia.

The Devil Makes Three On Mountain Stage

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Yonder Mountain String Band On Mountain Stage

Hear a set from the modern, high-energy bluegrass band, recorded live in West Virginia.

Yonder Mountain String Band On Mountain Stage

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James McMurtry On Mountain Stage

Hear a live set by the Texas singer-guitarist, who draws on his family's storytelling tradition.

James McMurtry On Mountain Stage

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Amy LaVere On Mountain Stage

The bassist and singer based her latest album on memories of running away from home as a teenager.

Amy LaVere On Mountain Stage

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Marti Jones On Mountain Stage

The singer and painter's longstanding love of bossa nova is evident in this concert.

Marti Jones On Mountain Stage

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Catherine Russell On Mountain Stage

Russell, a highly regarded jazz and blues singer, has a voice that transcends genres.

Catherine Russell On Mountain Stage

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Junior Brown On Mountain Stage

Wielding a custom-made hybrid guitar, the country singer performs live from a West Virginia stage.

Junior Brown On Mountain Stage

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St. Paul & The Broken Bones On Mountain Stage

The seven-piece Alabama soul band has a sound that forcefully channels Memphis.

St. Paul & The Broken Bones On Mountain Stage

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Storyman On Mountain Stage

The Irish folk-pop duo, once known as Guggenheim Grotto, strips away its electronic elements.

Storyman On Mountain Stage

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