Mountain Stage Live recordings from the award-winning public radio program, hosted by Larry Groce.

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Amy Helm On Mountain Stage

The singer-songwriter is best known for collaborations with her late father, The Band's Levon Helm. Here, Amy Helm performs songs from her first solo album.

Amy Helm On Mountain Stage

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Josh Ritter On Mountain Stage

The folk-rock singer-songwriter performs songs from Sermon On The Rocks, live in West Virginia.

Josh Ritter On Mountain Stage

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Lindsay Lou & The Flatbellys On Mountain Stage

The bluegrass- and Motown-inspired band performs live in West Virginia.

Lindsay Lou & The Flatbellys On Mountain Stage

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Wilco On Mountain Stage

Wilco's latest Mountain Stage set features deep cuts and new tracks, plus a David Bowie cover.

Wilco On Mountain Stage

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Session Americana On Mountain Stage

The Boston area's self-described "folk band in a whiskey bottle" performs live in West Virginia.

Session Americana On Mountain Stage

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Tim O'Brien And Old Man Luedecke On Mountain Stage

Mountain Stage's most frequent guest returns to West Virginia with a Grammy-winning collaborator.

Tim O’Brien and Old Man Luedecke On Mountain Stage

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The SteelDrivers On Mountain Stage

The beloved bluegrass band, which just won its first Grammy, performs live for Mountain Stage.

The SteelDrivers On Mountain Stage

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Anna And Elizabeth On Mountain Stage

The folk duo, which finds songs in archives and visits with elders, performs live in West Virginia.

Anna And Elizabeth On Mountain Stage

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Will Hoge On Mountain Stage

The Nashville-born country-rocker returns to the show, performing live in West Virginia.

Will Hoge On Mountain Stage

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Stephen Kellogg On Mountain Stage

The Massachusetts singer-songwriter performs live in West Virginia, with his road band in tow.

Stephen Kellogg On Mountain Stage

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Rayland Baxter On Mountain Stage

The Nashville-born singer, the son of pedal-steel ace Bucky Baxter, performs live in West Virginia.

Rayland Baxter On Mountain Stage

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Craig Finn On Mountain Stage

The frontman of The Hold Steady makes his first solo appearance in front of a Mountain Stage crowd.

Craig Finn On Mountain Stage

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Tift Merritt On Mountain Stage

The alt-country singer-songwriter plays old and new material, both solo and with the house band.

Tift Merritt On Mountain Stage

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NRBQ On Mountain Stage

Innovative and energized, the long-running, genre-spanning Kentucky band performs a live concert.

NRBQ On Mountain Stage

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John Mark Nelson On Mountain Stage

The young Minnesota folk-pop singer performs a short concert in his home state.

John Mark Nelson On Mountain Stage

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