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Mose Allison On Mountain Stage

The legendary blues and jazz pianist's Mountain Stage debut, recorded January 15, 1989.

Mose Allison On Mountain Stage

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Caravan Of Thieves On Mountain Stage

Formed around the duo of Fuzz and Carrie Sangiovanni, the band brings its fusion of Gypsy jazz, swing and pop to Mountain Stage. This diverse set includes a cover of Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody."

Caravan Of Thieves On Mountain Stage

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Kelly Hogan On Mountain Stage

The backup singer hits center stage, performing from her latest solo album, which features songs given to her by indie heavyweights like M. Ward, Andrew Bird and Robyn Hitchcock.

Kelly Hogan On Mountain Stage

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Shemekia Copeland performing live on Mountain Stage. Brian Blauser/Mountain Stage hide caption

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Shemekia Copeland On Mountain Stage

Dubbed the "New Queen of the Blues" by Koko Taylor's daughter, the singer makes her fourth appearance on Mountain Stage, playing songs from her latest album, 33 1/3.

Shemekia Copeland On Mountain Stage

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Robert Cray On Mountain Stage

The soulful guitarist fueled the '80s blues revival. Hear him and his band play songs from Nothin' But Love, their latest album.

Robert Cray On Mountain Stage

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Trixie Whitley On Mountain Stage

The blues-rock singer first emerged as the powerful voice at the forefront of Daniel Lanois' Black Dub project. Here, Whitley plays songs from her new solo album, Fourth Corner.

Trixie Whitley On Mountain Stage

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Brooke Waggoner On Mountain Stage

Blending pop, Broadway influences and classical music, the powerful pianist plays songs from her most recent album, Originator.

Brooke Waggoner On Mountain Stage

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Carrie Rodriguez On Mountain Stage

The singer-songwriter and fiddler plays songs from her newest album at the Culture Center Theater in Charleston, W.Va. Rodriguez is backed by the Mountain Stage band and her friend Lucas Jacobs.

Carrie Rodriguez On Mountain Stage

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Iris DeMent On Mountain Stage

The roots-folk singer plays songs from her latest album. DeMent's voice sounds as if it comes from the previous century, but her songwriting has as much in common with Joni Mitchell as Hank Williams.

Iris DeMent On Mountain Stage

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Bruce Cockburn On Mountain Stage

The Canadian singer-songwriter plays a few political tunes during his 13th appearance on Mountain Stage.

Bruce Cockburn On Mountain Stage

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Charlie Mars On Mountain Stage

A Mississippi singer-songwriter with both musical and literary interests makes his soulful Mountain Stage debut.

Charlie Mars On Mountain Stage

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A City On A Lake On Mountain Stage

Multifaceted singer-songwriter Alex Wong performs with his latest indie-pop outfit, A City On A Lake.

A City On A Lake On Mountain Stage

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Jeffrey Foucault On Mountain Stage

The Western Massachusetts singer-songwriter performed an intimate solo set for a lucky crowd on the campus of West Virginia University in Morgantown.

Jeffrey Foucault On Mountain Stage

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The Iguanas On Mountain Stage

Combining jazz, zydeco, blues and Tex-Mex music with R&B and roots rock, The Iguanas have spent nearly 30 years cultivating a loyal live following. Their latest release is Sin to Sin.

The Iguanas On Mountain Stage

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Mike Doughty On Mountain Stage

Hear the singer-songwriter perform his own tunes and some from his latest album of covers, The Flip Is Another Honey.