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

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Blind Boys Of Alabama On Mountain Stage

The legendary soul-gospel group has performed for the past three U.S. presidents and won six Grammys. Here, its members perform songs from their latest album, produced by Bon Iver's Justin Vernon.

Blind Boys Of Alabama On Mountain Stage

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John Hammond On Mountain Stage

One of America's foremost blues artists makes his 16th appearance on West Virginia's famous stage, playing songs by Tom Waits and Chuck Berry.

John Hammond On Mountain Stage

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Dumpstaphunk On Mountain Stage

The New Orleans-based funk and jam band appear on West Virginia's most famous stage.

Dumpstaphunk On Mountain Stage

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Robert Cray On Mountain Stage

One of America's premier blues players brings his band to West Virginia's most famous stage.

Robert Cray On Mountain Stage

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Paul Cebar Tomorrow Sound On Mountain Stage

The funky singer-songwriter plays songs from his latest album with Tomorrow Sound, Fine Rude Thing. Hear the Wisconsin native perform live onstage in Athens, Ohio.

Paul Cebar Tomorrow Sound On Mountain Stage

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Frank Vignola and Vinny Raniolo perform on Mountain Stage. Brian Blauser/Mountain Stage hide caption

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Frank Vignola And Vinny Raniolo On Mountain Stage

Technically gifted guitarists with considerable on-stage charisma, both men are respected and versatile jazz players. Here, they perform live on stage in Athens, Ohio.

Frank Vignola And Vinny Raniolo On Mountain Stage

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Parkington Sisters On Mountain Stage

The four siblings have a dynamic stage presence that's at once harmony-laden and dark. Here, they play selections from their latest album, Inside My Head.

Parkington Sisters On Mountain Stage

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Pink Martini On Mountain Stage

The "little orchestra" plays songs from its latest album, a collaboration with members of the legendary von Trapp family titled Dream a Little Dream.

Pink Martini On Mountain Stage

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Mark Mulcahy On Mountain Stage

Once part of the band Miracle Legion, Mark Mulcahy embarked on a solo career in the '90s. He's since provided the music for a beloved TV show and reinvented himself several times over.

Mark Mulcahy On Mountain Stage

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Sean Keane On Mountain Stage

The Irish singer has held on to tradition ever since he began singing professionally as a child. Today, he's widely known as one of the best folk musicians in his home country.

Sean Keane On Mountain Stage

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Logan Brill On Mountain Stage

With her gritty, emotional narratives and country-pop sound, the 22-year-old has already performed alongside a wide range of revered musicians, including Jerry Douglas, Pam Tillis and Sara Evans.

Logan Brill On Mountain Stage

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Michael Martin Murphey On Mountain Stage

A musician who leans toward the "western" side of country-western music, Murphey is known for getting cowboy music into the mainstream, a feat that has won him many awards.

Michael Martin Murphey On Mountain Stage

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Solas On Mountain Stage

The supergroup is widely credited with invigorating the Irish and Celtic music scenes in America for nearly 20 years. Two core members anchor a changing lineup that has included Irish music heroes.

Solas On Mountain Stage

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Shonna Tucker On Mountain Stage

A former member of Drive-By Truckers, bassist Shonna Tucker appears here for a solo set with her backing band, Eye Candy. Together, they play songs from her debut album, A Tell All.

Shonna Tucker On Mountain Stage

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Gregory Alan Isakov On Mountain Stage

The South African-born musician has been on the road since he was 16. As a result, many of his songs evoke the landscapes and images of his travels. Today, he's accompanied by a cellist and violinist.

Gregory Alan Isakov On Mountain Stage

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