Encouraged by singer-songwriter Amos Lee, Ahn left her childhood home in Pennsylvania to pursue her music across the country in California. She brings her dreamy, imaginative roots-pop to a live performance on Mountain Stage.
Steeped in the same Texas tradition as Townes Van Zandt, Guy Clark and Ray Wylie Hubbard, songwriter Hayes Carll specializes in clever humor, which abounds in both his songs and his stage banter. Here, he performs songs from his latest album, Trouble in Mind.
Still in his 20s, the Nashville pop singer performs songs from his new album, accompanies himself on piano, showcases his iPhone on drum programming and converts the Mountain Stage audience into his own backing band.
The lead singer of the platinum-selling band The Wallflowers recently released his first solo record, Seeing Things. Dylan and his backing band, The Gold Mountain Rebels, show off the album's acoustic approach live on Mountain Stage.
The Irish singer, discovered while busking on the streets of Dublin, is a best-selling recording artist in his homeland. He brings songs from his hit Addicted to Company to the U.S., playing a stripped-down set for Mountain Stage.
The facile finger-picker can apply his stamp to ragged blues plaints and folky instrumentals alike. It's no surprise that the indie-rock group Band of Horses asked Ramsey to come along on tour — as both its opening act and as its new guitarist.
Once the frontwoman for a punk trio, the singer-songwriter taps into the vein of fellow Canadians Bruce Cockburn and Joni Mitchell. Hear Miller perform a set of lush tunes inspired by her Prince Edward Island upbringing.
Famous in its native Ireland, the pop-rock band saw its U.S. fan base multiply when its music was used on The O.C. and Grey's Anatomy. Bell X1 recently crossed the Atlantic for a tour stop at West Virginia's Mountain Stage.
Founded by mandolin virtuoso and Nickel Creek alumnus Chris Thile, the band plays traditional bluegrass instruments while immersed in progressive compositional ideas. Hear the group show off selections from their new suite.
Gathered around a large, vintage diaphragm microphone, the native West Virginians in Hillbilly Gypsies perform a mix of traditional and original Appalachian music before a crowd at the International Mother's Day Shrine.
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A veteran folk and children's artist whose discography often reflects her parenthood, the Austin, Tex., singer-songwriter graced a special Mother's Day performance with new music and songs from her latest album.
Though he sings the theme song and leads guests in the finale every week, more than 20 years have passed since the Mountain Stage host has appeared in his own segment. But after a late cancellation, Groce gave a rare extended performance on Mother's Day.
Raised in the folk community of New York's Greenwich Village, the guitarist has spent her career in music perserving the Southern acoustic blues traditions of predecessors such as Son House and Robert Johnson.
Her personal and musical life enhanced by motherhood, the New York-based singer-songwriter was the perfect artist to cap off a celebration of the 100th observance of the holiday, broadcast at the church where it began.
The songwriter and guitarist earned his stripes through frequent appearances around the Bristol, Tenn./Va., area. So when Mountain Stage descended upon his hometown for a special broadcast, Rasnake was there with a set of original music.