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Terri Hendrix (right) performs on Mountain Stage in 2001. Brian Blauser/Mountain Stage hide caption

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Terri Hendrix On Mountain Stage

The Americana songwriter performs a three-song set in this May 2001 concert from Mountain Stage.

Terri Hendrix On Mountain Stage

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Jimmy LaFave performs on Mountain Stage in 2001. Brian Blauser/Mountain Stage hide caption

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Jimmy LaFave On Mountain Stage

The Austin songwriter performs a four-song set during this May 2001 Mountain Stage performance.

Jimmy LaFave On Mountain Stage

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Marcia Ball performs on Mountain Stage in 2001. Brian Blauser/Mountain Stage hide caption

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Marcia Ball On Mountain Stage

The veteran blues singer is known for her near-perfect blend of zydeco, and Louisiana swamp rock. Listen to Ball play three songs live in this 2001 Mountain Stage performance.

Marcia Ball On Mountain Stage

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Texas blues favorite Delbert McClinton performed on Mountain Stage. Brian Blauser/Mountain Stage hide caption

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Delbert McClinton On Mountain Stage

Delbert McClinton is an institution among fans of texas blues, honky-tonk and rock 'n' roll. Hear a four-song set from this roadhouse veteran.

Delbert McClinton On Mountain Stage

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Buddy Guy performs live on Mountain Stage in May 2001. Brian Blauser/Mountain Stage hide caption

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From The Archives: Buddy Guy On Mountain Stage

Mountain Stage celebrates Buddy Guy's recent birthday (and new album Rhythm & Blues) with this May 2001 set featuring songs from his album Sweat Tea.

Buddy Guy On Mountain Stage

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Lora Faye performs on Mountain Stage. Brian Blauser/Mountain Stage hide caption

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Lora Faye On Mountain Stage

Hear a four-song set from the promising young singer-songwriter. Faye plays brash, lo-fi Americana that draws inspiration from such disparate sources.

Lora Faye On Mountain Stage

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The Fields Of Gettysburg perform a song cycle on Mountain Stage. Brian Blauser/Mountain Stage hide caption

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The Fields Of Gettysburg On Mountain Stage

West Virginia singer-songwriter John A. Walsh and friends perform a song cycle that commemorates the 150th anniversary of Gettysburg.

The Fields Of Gettysburg On Mountain Stage

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Stephen Kellogg On Mountain Stage

The former member of the Sixers brings trademark themes of family, loss and redemption to West Virginia's most famous stage.

Stephen Kellogg On Mountain Stage

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Amanda Shires performs with her husband, Jason Isbell, on Mountain Stage. Brian Blauser/Mountain Stage hide caption

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Amanda Shires On Mountain Stage

The gifted fiddler and her husband, Jason Isbell, perform songs from her latest album, Down Fell The Doves, on West Virginia's most famous stage.

Amanda Shires On Mountain Stage

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Jason Isbell On Mountain Stage

The former member of Drive-By Truckers takes to West Virginia's most famous stage with his wife (singer and fiddler Amanda Shires) and his band The 400 Unit. Hear Isbell perform six songs.

Jason Isbell On Mountain Stage

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Johnnyswim On Mountain Stage

Based in Nashville via Los Angeles, the married duo of Amanda Sudano and Abner Ramirez have been performing together for nearly a decade. Here, two play material from their album Home, Vol. 1.

Johnnyswim On Mountain Stage

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Garland Jeffreys performs on Mountain Stage. Brian Blauser/Mountain Stage hide caption

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Garland Jeffreys On Mountain Stage

Jeffreys has honed his enigmatic rock sound for more than four decades, often combining blues, reggae, R&B and soul. He's collaborated with John Cale, Dr. John and Lou Reed.

Garland Jeffreys On Mountain Stage

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James Maddock On Mountain Stage

In the late '90s, Maddock had a shot at worldwide fame with his band Wood. Now, his latest solo album, Another Life, has earned him comparisons to songwriting heavyweights.

James Maddock On Mountain Stage

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Lucius On Mountain Stage

Led by two singers, Lucius has won heaps of praise for its eerily tight vocals and lush instrumentation. They sing most lines in tandem, creating an effect that adds to Lucius' crafted indie pop.

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Sonny Landreth On Mountain Stage

The slide guitarist makes his eighth appearance on Mountain Stage. With a unique combination of powerful amplifiers and modified guitars, Landreth conjures up a sound that's truly his own.

Sonny Landreth On Mountain Stage

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