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

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Kat Edmonson On Mountain Stage

Hear a performance from the Texas native, whose distinctive voice evokes classic jazz singers.

Kat Edmonson On Mountain Stage

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Robert Ellis On Mountain Stage

The Houston singer-songwriter's performance includes an impromptu Richard Thompson cover.

Robert Ellis On Mountain Stage

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The inventive Carolina roots-rock band performs songs from its new album, The Lateness Of Dancers.

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San Fermin On Mountain Stage

Hear a live performance from the eight-piece baroque pop band, led by composer Ellis Ludwig-Leone.

San Fermin On Mountain Stage

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Shovels & Rope On Mountain Stage

The South Carolina duo's garage-folk sound and heartfelt songwriting have won over countless fans.

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The Duhks On Mountain Stage

The band brings its impeccable blend of Canadian, American and Celtic folk to a West Virginia stage.

The Duhks On Mountain Stage

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Curtis McMurtry On Mountain Stage

McMurtry performs songs that reflect his family's tradition of character-driven storytelling.

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Jill Barber On Mountain Stage

Hear a live performance from the singer, whose smoky voice has taken her from folk to jazz and back.

Jill Barber On Mountain Stage

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Blake Mills On Mountain Stage

Mills plays a tremendous array of modified guitars and oddball amplifiers on stage in West Virginia.

Blake Mills On Mountain Stage

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Norah Jones, Sasha Dobson and Catherine Popper perform an assortment of Americana-flavored songs.

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The Minnesota band puts a Midwestern stamp on bluegrass and Appalachian string-band music.

Pert Near Sandstone On Mountain Stage

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Bill Miller On Mountain Stage

The multi-talented singer-songwriter, one of the most admired figures in Native American music, performs alongside the Mountain Stage band.

Bill Miller On Mountain Stage

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Carrie Newcomer On Mountain Stage

Newcomer's songwriting celebrates what host Larry Groce calls the "profundity of the mundane."

Carrie Newcomer On Mountain Stage

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Judith Owen On Mountain Stage

The Welsh singer-songwriter performs her elegant, emotional songs on stage in Minnesota.

Judith Owen On Mountain Stage

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David Lindley On Mountain Stage

Lindley alternates between lap steel and bouzouki guitars during a set that defies categorization.

David Lindley On Mountain Stage

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