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

John Lilly on Mountain Stage.

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John Lilly On Mountain Stage

The country singer-songwriter performs new material that recalls the sounds of a different era.

John Lilly On Mountain Stage

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The David Mayfield Parade on Mountain Stage.

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The David Mayfield Parade On Mountain Stage

The bluegrass maven's trademark humor and showmanship are on full display in this performance.

Jim Lauderdale on Mountain Stage.

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Jim Lauderdale On Mountain Stage

The country and bluegrass master performs material from his latest release, Patchwork River.

Jim Lauderdale On Mountain Stage

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Red Molly.

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Red Molly On Mountain Stage

The acoustic roots trio's buoyant three-part harmonies delight in this Mountain Stage performance.

Red Molly On Mountain Stage

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Vince Gill performs on Mountain Stage.

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Vince Gill On Mountain Stage

The country superstar plays material from throughout his career, with highlights from his new album.

The Fox Hunt integrates a wide swath of influences, including indie, punk, and arena rock.

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The Fox Hunt On Mountain Stage

The West Virginia string band combines fiddle, mandolin and banjo with a variety of rock influences.

The Fox Hunt On Mountain Stage

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This is Chris Smither's 12th appearance on Mountain Stage.

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Chris Smither On Mountain Stage

A modern master of acoustic folk blues, Smither is in his fourth decade as a performer. He makes his 12th appearance on Mountain Stage here.

Chris Smither On Mountain Stage

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Henry Girls' members perform songs from their recent album December Moon.

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Henry Girls On Mountain Stage

The three Irish sisters showcase their hauntingly beautiful original material and chilling harmonies in their first American appearance.

Henry Girls On Mountain Stage

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Radney Foster (left) and Bill Lloyd perform together for the first time since 1991.

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Foster And Lloyd On Mountain Stage

The duo of Radney Foster and Bill Lloyd picks up where it left off 20 years ago, performing at Mountain Stage for the first time since it announced its retirement on the show.

Foster And Lloyd On Mountain Stage

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Members of Ollabelle perform songs from their recent album, Neon Blue Bird.

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Ollabelle On Mountain Stage

Its members might be from Manhattan's Lower East Side, but Ollabelle evokes the classic Americana and roots music of the country.

Ollabelle On Mountain Stage

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Lo-fi blues revival trio Moreland & Arbuckle perform on Mountain Stage.

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Moreland And Arbuckle On Mountain Stage

The band brings a pared-down, lo-fi approach to traditional Delta blues, rock, country and soul.

Mountain Stage NewSong 2010 contest winner Amber Rubarth performs on Mountain Stage.

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Amber Rubarth On Mountain Stage

The chainsaw-carving apprentice-turned-songwriter brings her acclaimed solo work to Mountain Stage for the second time.

Bay Area country rock collective Blame Sally perform on Mountain Stage.

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Blame Sally On Mountain Stage

With its collaborative take on folk, Americana, rock and country, Blame Sally features four of the Bay Area's most celebrated solo artists.

East Lansing roots band Frontier Ruckus perform on Mountain Stage.

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Frontier Ruckus On Mountain Stage

The East Lansing, Mich., roots group brings a contemporary angle to its music, eschewing traditional tales of trains, whiskey and rambling for reflections on suburbia, family and "life on the edge of the interstate."

John Oates.

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John Oates On Mountain Stage

The pop-rock legend departs from his best-known music with Hall and Oates to showcase his solo work based in American roots, soul and blues.