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

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Tony Trischka's Great Big World On Mountain Stage

Hear a live set from the banjo master, who's long been expanding the instrument's possibilities.

Tony Trischka's Great Big World On Mountain Stage

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Dan Wilson On Mountain Stage

The hit-making songwriter and former Semisonic frontman performs new solo songs and an old favorite.

Dan Wilson On Mountain Stage

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David Wax Museum On Mountain Stage

The joyous folk band performs American roots music infused with Mexican instrumentation and rhythms.

David Wax Museum On Mountain Stage

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Chris Smither On Mountain Stage

A master of acoustic blues guitar, Smither performs songs from his 16th album, Still On The Levee.

Chris Smither On Mountain Stage

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Dave Bing And Ben Townsend On Mountain Stage

The West Virginia natives, both widely respected in the world of string-band music, perform live.

Dave Bing And Ben Townsend On Mountain Stage

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Sierra Hull On Mountain Stage

Hear a live performance from the prodigiously gifted bluegrass mandolin player and singer.

Sierra Hull On Mountain Stage

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Mark O'Connor On Mountain Stage

The prolific composer, respected educator and nationally beloved fiddler performs live on stage.

Mark O'Connor On Mountain Stage

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Dale Jett & Hello Stranger On Mountain Stage

Jett performs live at the site of some of country music's most historic recording sessions.

Dale Jett & Hello Stranger On Mountain Stage

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Carlene Carter On Mountain Stage

A descendant of country-music royalty, Carter celebrates her family's legacy on her new album.

Carlene Carter On Mountain Stage

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Doyle Lawson On Mountain Stage

Lawson performs with his band Quicksilver, long known as a springboard for rising bluegrass talent.

Doyle Lawson On Mountain Stage

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Martina McBride On Mountain Stage

The country star, known for her soaring voice, explores a longtime love of R&B on her new album.

Martina McBride On Mountain Stage

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Jim Oblon On Mountain Stage

The young Nashville bluesman's live set in West Virginia shows off his furious guitar picking.

Jim Oblon On Mountain Stage

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Yarn On Mountain Stage

The tireless Brooklyn band performs its jammy mix of country and classic rock live in West Virginia.

Yarn On Mountain Stage

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Cris Jacobs On Mountain Stage

The songwriter and guitarist of the Baltimore jam band The Bridge has stepped out on his own.

Cris Jacobs On Mountain Stage

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Umphrey's McGee On Mountain Stage

The improvisational prog-rock jam band gives an extended performance for a sold-out crowd.

Umphrey's McGee On Mountain Stage

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