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On West Virginia Morning, continuing our occasional series "Effective From Passage," Beth Vorhees talks with attorney Dan Ringer about some of the laws passed by the 2015 Legislature.  And, it's Friday, so we feature the Mountain Stage Song of the Week.  That's on West Virginia Morning from West Virginia Public Broadcasting - telling West Virginia's story.


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The Carolina Chocolate Drops are supporting frontwoman Rhiannon Giddens' solo debut. Ivan & Alyosha are about to release a new record. Lucinda Williams is even hitting the folk festival circuit with her roots-rock'n hits.

The David Grisman Bluegrass Experience featuring Del McCoury on guitar and vocals play "Little Georgia Rose," live on Mountain Stage, recorded April 9th, 1989.

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Mountain Stage ventures looks back at a classic show from 2008 this week, featuring Swedish indie folk singer and songwriter Jose Gonzalez.

On West Virginia Morning, citizens in Monroe County are concerned that a proposed natural gas pipeline comes too close to an historic hotel.  And Randy Newman performs the Mountain Stage Song of the Week. 

These stories on West Virginia Morning from West Virginia Public Broadcasting – telling West Virginia’s story.


This week, Mountain Stage dips into its 30 year archive of live music to visit a 1999 performance by acclaimed songwriter Randy Newman.

On West Virginia Morning, we continue our series “Effective From Passage” with a look at some of the tort reform bills passed by the 2015 legislature.  And Ashton Marra reports from the State Board of Education about science standards and climate change.  These stories on West Virginia Morning from West Virginia Public Broadcasting – telling West Virginia’s story.

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Get excited, 'cause West Virginia Public Broadcasting's spring pledge drive is happening this week! Since this station is our "Mountain Mama," we're pulling out all the stops to show you why West Virginia Public Broadcasting is "Almost Heaven" and deserves your pledge of support! That's why we're playing exclusive, archived shows from 1988 and 1989 on this weekend's Mountain Stage After Midnight.

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Singer, Songwriter and pianist Allen Toussaint is not only a New Orleans institution, but he's had his hands in many of the most popular tunes in the American songbook.

On West Virginia Morning, we begin a series of reports about coal’s decline in central Appalachia from our news partners at The Allegheny Front in Pennsylvania.  And our Mountain Stage song of the week features a performance by a long time friend of host Larry Groce.  That’s on West Virginia Morning from West Virginia Public Broadcasting – telling West Virginia’s story.


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We're so excited for Kentucky bluegrass rocker Chris Stapleton's return to the Mountain Stage!

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It's always a special occasion when Ray Wylie Hubbard returns to Mountain Stage.

On West Virginia Morning, Jessica Lilly talks with the Federal Co-Chair of the Appalachian Regional Commission about the region’s progress over the last 50 years.  And Jim Lange profiles jazz guitarist Ryan Kennedy who is releasing his first solo CD tonight.  Kennedy is a member of the Mountain Stage band. 

These stories on West Virginia Morning from West Virginia Public Broadcasting – telling West Virginia’s story.


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Born and raised in the Clay County, West Virginia town of Ivydale, David Morris and his brother John became an important link between oldtime masters like Ira Mullins and the new breed of folk and traditional artists in West Virginia.

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Sexton and Lovell and Earle, oh my! We're off to see the wizard of live performance radio on this week's "Mountain Stage After Midnight." (Ruby red slippers are optional.)

Broadcast from 1am-5am Saturday and Sunday mornings here on West Virginia Public Broadcasting, "Mountain Stage After Midnight" takes the best episodes from the show's 31 year history and shares their memories and songs with our late-night listeners.  

On West Virginia Morning, reporter Roxy Todd concludes her series about prison inmates training therapy and service dogs.  Also, the Mountain Stage song of the week.  That’s West Virginia Morning from West Virginia Public Broadcasting – telling West Virginia’s story.


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Dar Williams was pretty spot-on when she sang, "And February was so long that it lasted into March." In honor of her weather woman ways (not to mention the fact that she's coming back to the Mountain Stage this May!), we're devoting part of this week's "Mountain Stage After Midnight" to the legendary crooner.

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Like many of the most beloved artists who perform on Mountain Stage, singer-songwriter and guitarist Mac McAnally may not be a household name, but his music might as well be.

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Can't make it Europe to celebrate St. Patrick's Day? Don your best green and join Mountain Stage as we open up the archives for some great Celtic music.

Broadcast from 1am-5am Saturday and Sunday mornings here on West Virginia Public Broadcasting, "Mountain Stage After Midnight" takes the best episodes from the show's 31 year history and shares their memories and songs with our late-night listeners.  

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Irish-American supergroup Solas have visited Mountain Stage 8 times through the years.

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