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Mountain Stage

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

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Bearfoot On Mountain Stage

The band performs an eclectic set of Americana-flavored songs from its new album, American Story.

Bearfoot On Mountain Stage

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Katie Costello On Mountain Stage

The New York transplant brings her bright, funny and articulate spirit to Mountain Stage for the first time, as she plays songs from her latest record, Lamplight.

Katie Costello On Mountain Stage

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The Sweetback Sisters On Mountain Stage

The beloved Americana band performs throwback country tunes full of swagger and enthusiasm.

The Sweetback Sisters On Mountain Stage

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Fitz And The Tantrums On Mountain Stage

The indie-pop, neo-soul ensemble stops by the show to play guitar-free selections from their latest album, Pickin' Up The Pieces.

Fitz And The Tantrums On Mountain Stage

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Stephen Kellogg And The Sixers On Mountain Stage

The Massachusetts rock band returns to Mountain Stage to perform songs from their new record, Gift Horse.

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The Charlie Sizemore Band On Mountain Stage

Listen to one of the best voices in bluegrass perform live on Mountain Stage.

The Charlie Sizemore Band On Mountain Stage

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Diana Jones On Mountain Stage

The acclaimed singer-songwriter plays her version of country, blues and mountain music in this session of Mountain Stage.

Diana Jones On Mountain Stage

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Greensky Bluegrass On Mountain Stage

Greensky Bluegrass plays songs from their forthcoming album, Handguns.

Greensky Bluegrass On Mountain Stage

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Shawn Camp On Mountain Stage

One of the top songwriters in country music performs songs from a resurrected album titled 1994.

Shawn Camp On Mountain Stage

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Mountain Heart on Mountain Stage

In this session of Mountain Stage, listen to Mountain Heart play traditional bluegrass tunes, as well as perform a rocking cover of the Allman Brothers song "Whipping Post."

Mountain Heart on Mountain Stage

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The New Rope String Band On Mountain Stage

Hailing from Scotland, this band has way too much fun playing its version of traditional acoustic music. Hear the trio liven up the Mountain Stage crowd with a unique performance.

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Carolyn Wonderland On Mountain Stage

Originally from Texas, Carolyn Wonderland digs deep into her powerful rock and roll voice for this session of Mountain Stage.

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Jimmie Dale Gilmore And The Wronglers On Mountain Stage

These bluegrass musicians bring just the right amount of simplicity to this session of Mountain Stage. Listen to the nine-piece band play old standards from its new album, Heirloom Music.

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Joe Ely On Mountain Stage

The Texas singer-songwriter blends folk, rock, and country in this session of Mountain Stage. Listen to songs from his latest album, Satisfied at Last.

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Wanda Jackson On Mountain Stage

Country and rock and roll artist Wanda Jackson has been performing for more than 50 years. On this session of Mountain Stage she plays songs off her Jack White-produced album, The Party Ain't Over.