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

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Hurray For The Riff Raff On Mountain Stage

The band's latest album is based on singer Alynda Lee Segarra's time living in New Orleans.

Hurray For The Riff Raff On Mountain Stage

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Rosanne Cash On Mountain Stage

Cash gives an extended performance that features songs from The List and The River & The Thread.

Rosanne Cash On Mountain Stage

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The Holmes Brothers On Mountain Stage

The Virginia-born band has been blending gospel, country and R&B for more than four decades.

The Holmes Brothers On Mountain Stage

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Candi Staton On Mountain Stage

The soul singer returns to her Alabama roots on her latest album, Life Happens.

Candi Staton On Mountain Stage

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Paul Thorn On Mountain Stage

Hear a live set from the singer whose sound has been compared to "taking a six-pack to church."

Paul Thorn On Mountain Stage

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Billy Joe Shaver On Mountain Stage

The influential songwriter and outlaw-country innovator performs new songs and old favorites.

Billy Joe Shaver On Mountain Stage

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Robby Hecht On Mountain Stage

The award-winning Nashville singer-songwriter performs four songs from his new, self-titled album.

Robby Hecht On Mountain Stage

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Driftwood On Mountain Stage

The high-energy string band weaves '60s R&B and rock into folk and bluegrass for a distinct sound.

Driftwood On Mountain Stage

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Casey Neill On Mountain Stage

The Portland singer counts indie-rock, folk and Celtic musicians among his many collaborators, but here he performs both solo and accompanied by the Mountain Stage band.

Casey Neill On Mountain Stage

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Twin Forks On Mountain Stage

The roots-folk band, led by Dashboard Confessional singer Chris Carrabba, performs live in concert.

Twin Forks On Mountain Stage

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The Autumn Defense On Mountain Stage

Featuring Wilco's John Stirratt and Pat Sansone, the band mines '60s and '70s rock and its history.

The Autumn Defense On Mountain Stage

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Patty Griffin On Mountain Stage

Griffin plays songs from the rediscovered Silver Bell, as well as a sublime Jimmy Durante cover.

Patty Griffin On Mountain Stage

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Toad The Wet Sprocket On Mountain Stage

The band blew up in the early '90s thanks to pop hits like "All I Want" and "Walk On The Ocean."

Toad The Wet Sprocket On Mountain Stage

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Parker Millsap On Mountain Stage

Millsap's humor, sincerity, and intensity helped earn him a standing ovation in near-record time.

Parker Millsap On Mountain Stage

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The Head And The Heart On Mountain Stage

Hear the Seattle band's beloved blend of folk, Americana, and pop, performed live in concert.

The Head And The Heart On Mountain Stage

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