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

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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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Janiva Magness On Mountain Stage

The decorated blues singer and Detroit native performs live from a West Virginia stage.

Janiva Magness On Mountain Stage

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Gabriel Kahane On Mountain Stage

The folk-pop singer performs songs from his new album The Ambassador, a portrait of Los Angeles.

Gabriel Kahane On Mountain Stage

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Kate Miller-Heidke On Mountain Stage

The Australian singer moves smoothly between pop and her opera training, often in the same song.

Kate Miller-Heidke On Mountain Stage

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Béla Fleck And Abigail Washburn On Mountain Stage

Hear a performance from the banjo-playing husband and wife, who've finally made an album together.

Béla Fleck And Abigail Washburn On Mountain Stage

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Ethan Johns On Mountain Stage

Hear the respected English producer perform songs from his second solo album, The Reckoning.

Ethan Johns On Mountain Stage

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Sons Of Bill On Mountain Stage

Three brothers attribute their love of music to their father and namesake, Bill Wilson.

Sons Of Bill On Mountain Stage

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The Secret Sisters On Mountain Stage

The group performs songs from its new album, Put Your Needle Down, produced by T-Bone Burnett.

The Secret Sisters On Mountain Stage

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Chip Taylor On Mountain Stage

The country-pop songwriter closes his set with one of his biggest hits, "Angel Of The Morning."

Chip Taylor On Mountain Stage

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Todd Snider On Mountain Stage

Snider, a roots-rock singer with an offbeat sense of humor, is among the show's frequent guests.

Todd Snider On Mountain Stage

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