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

Kate Miller-Heidke makes her Mountain Stage debut. Brian Blauser hide caption

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Kate Miller-Heidke On Mountain Stage

Kate Miller-Heidke is a platinum selling recording artist in Australia, and her song "Caught in the Crowd" (co-written with her husband), won the grand prize in the International Songwriting Competition. Listen to Miller-Heidke's Mountain Stage debut.

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Marc Cohn's latest release is entitled Listening Booth: 1970. Brian Blauser hide caption

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Marc Cohn On Mountain Stage

Singer-songwriter Marc Cohn is most famous for his song "Walking in Memphis." In his second Mountain Stage performance, Cohn plays songs from his new record, Listening Booth: 1970, a tribute to influential pop songs of his childhood.

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Anne McCue performed on Mountain Stage in 2007. Brian Blauser/Mountain Stage hide caption

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Anne McCue On Mountain Stage

Hear a short set from this Australia native, recorded live in 2007 on Mountain Stage.

Anne McCue On Mountain Stage

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The Red Stick Ramblers performed on Mountain Stage back in 2007. Brian Blauser/Mountain Stage hide caption

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The Red Stick Ramblers On Mountain Stage

In this encore presentation from Mountain Stage, the Baton Rouge band performs songs from its album, Made in the Shade.

The Red Stick Ramblers On Mountain Stage

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Luke Doucet performed on Mountain Stage back in 2007. Brian Blauser/Mountain Stage hide caption

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Luke Doucet On Mountain Stage

The Canadian songwriter made his first solo appearance on West Virginia's most famous stage back in 2007. Hear the three-song set right here.

Luke Doucet On Mountain Stage

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Eric Bibb On Mountain Stage

The acoustic blues artist's encore Mountain Stage performance was recorded in 2007 in support of his Telarc release Diamond Days. Hear the entire concert right here.

Eric Bibb On Mountain Stage

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Patty Griffin On Mountain Stage

In an encore Mountain Stage performance, we revisit Griffin's 2007 trip to West Virginia on the heels of her sixth album, Children Running Through. Hear the entire concert right here.

Patty Griffin On Mountain Stage

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Pioneering folk singer Hazel Dickens, center, performs with Mollie and Tim O'Brien in 1997. Dickens died on Friday, April 22, at the age of 75. Steven Wayne Rotsch/West Virginia Public Broadcasting hide caption

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Hear Hazel Dickens Peform On Mountain Stage

The bluegrass pioneer died on Friday at the age of 75. Hear a Mountain Stage performance from the West Virginia treasure, recorded live in 1997.

Hazel Dickens On Mountain Stage

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The Watson Twins On Mountain Stage

Leigh and Chandra Watson's gospel-influenced sibling harmony is the focal point of their albums. Here the duo performs songs from their second CD, Talking To You, Talking To Me, on their first appearance on Mountain Stage.

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Tallest Man On Earth performed on Mountain Stage. Brian Blauser/Mountain Stage hide caption

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The Tallest Man On Earth On Mountain Stage

Swedish folksinger Kristian Matsson performs as The Tallest Man on Earth. Making his first-ever appearance on Mountain Stage, Matsson performs songs from his album The Wild Hunt.

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Clare And The Reasons On Mountain Stage

Clare and Olivier Manchon are at the heart of the chamber-folk ensemble Clare and the Reasons. Its second album, Arrow, is a collaborative effort that shows off the band's big sound. Here, it performs on Mountain Stage with Bob Hart and a brass section from West Virginia University.

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Blues legend Pinetop Perkins died Monday at the age of 97. Paul Natkin/Telarc International hide caption

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Pinetop Perkins On Mountain Stage

Arguably the greatest blues pianist, Joe Willie "Pinetop" Perkins died yesterday. Perkins recorded with legends at Sun Records and spent 12 years as Muddy Waters' piano player before striking out on his own. Last month, Perkins made history as the oldest performer to win a Grammy.

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April Smith On Mountain Stage

Her sound conjures the best of 1930s and '40s pop, and her lyrics are inspired by entities as diverse as Judy Garland, Queen and the television drama Dexter. Here, Smith performs with her backing band, The Great Picture Show.

April Smith and The Great Picture Show on Mountain Stage - 06/15/2010

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Jakob Dylan, Neko Case, Kelly Hogan performed on Mountain Stage. Brian Blauser/Mountain Stage hide caption

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Jakob Dylan On Mountain Stage

Dylan visits West Virginia with Three Legs, the rootsy ensemble featuring Neko Case and Kelly Hogan. The band plays songs from Dylan's sophomore solo release, the T-Bone Burnett-produced Women & Country.

Jakob Dylan on Mountain Stage - 06/15/2010

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John Hammond On Mountain Stage

At 19, Hammond hitchhiked to Los Angeles to start his career. Now, 40 years later, he's created a blues repertoire that spans generations. Hear Hammond perform a mix of original and cover songs, including "Get Behind the Mule" by Tom Waits.

John Hammond in Concert on Mountain Stage - 10/24/2008

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