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

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The Kentucky Headhunters On Mountain Stage

The influential country rock band performs some of its most beloved hits.

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The Mavericks On Mountain Stage

Sounding as vital as ever, the timeless country-rock band performs live in West Virginia.

The Mavericks On Mountain Stage

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JD Souther On Mountain Stage

The hitmaking songwriter performs a selection of his own songs, plus a Cole Porter tune he sings with Nellie McKay.

JD Souther On Mountain Stage

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Rhiannon Giddens On Mountain Stage

The masterful Carolina Chocolate Drops singer draws on the music of trailblazing women like Dolly Parton and Sister Rosetta Tharpe.

Rhiannon Giddens On Mountain Stage

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Tyler Childers On Mountain Stage

The West Virginia songwriter's heartfelt Americana has earned him a vocal Appalachian fan base.

Tyler Childers On Mountain Stage

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Jarekus Singleton On Mountain Stage

Singleton is at the forefront of modern electric blues. Hear him perform live in West Virginia.

Jarekus Singleton On Mountain Stage

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Larry Campbell And Teresa Williams On Mountain Stage

The husband-and-wife roots duo performs a set of original songs and beloved covers.

Larry Campbell And Teresa Williams On Mountain Stage

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Chris Stapleton On Mountain Stage

Stapleton, one of Nashville's most in-demand songwriters, sings powerfully of whiskey and heartache.

Chris Stapleton On Mountain Stage

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Field Report On Mountain Stage

Chris Porterfield's dreamy, melodic songs get a boost from Bahamas' Afie Jurvanen, who sits in here.

Field Report On Mountain Stage

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Bahamas On Mountain Stage

Led by singer-songwriter Afie Jurvanen, the folk-pop act performs a live concert in West Virginia.

Bahamas On Mountain Stage

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Dawes On Mountain Stage

Hear the beloved California rock band showcase songs from its latest album, All Your Favorite Bands.

Dawes On Mountain Stage

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Jill Sobule On Mountain Stage

Hear Sobule perform "Mexican Wrestler" following an audience member's enthusiastic request.

Jill Sobule On Mountain Stage

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Joe Pug On Mountain Stage

After a brief break from performing, the singer-songwriter returns with a new album, Windfall.

Joe Pug On Mountain Stage

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Pokey LaFarge On Mountain Stage

LaFarge's style of roots music draws on early jazz, country blues and Western swing. Hear him perform live with his six-piece road band.

Pokey LaFarge On Mountain Stage

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Dar Williams On Mountain Stage

Williams performs music from her new album, Emerald, alongside collaborator Jill Sobule.

Dar Williams On Mountain Stage

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