Robben Ford

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Punxsutawney Phil might have put a damper on your mood (seriously, more winter?), but this weekend's "Mountain Stage After Midnight" is sure to make your weekend feel better, brighter and at least 20 degrees warmer.  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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How a Marshall Professor teaches anthropology and human evolution with a high tech 3-D printer and Robben Ford performs "Everything I Do Gonna BE Funky" on this Mountain Stage song of the week.

Brian Blauser

We hope you can listen to this week's special encore broadcast of Mountain Stage, featuring guitar master Robben Ford. Incendiary retro-rockers Vintage Trouble will also be there, along with singer-songwriters Steve Forbert and Mieka Pauley; and indie rockers Milo Greene kick of the show.

Listen on West Virginia Public Radio this Sunday at 2 pm, or on one of 130 public radio stations across America.

Brian Blauser

Widely regarded as one of America's finest blues and rock guitarists, Robben Ford has collaborated with everyone from Joni Mitchell and Miles Davis to KISS. For his latest solo release, Bringing It On Home, Ford brought things back to basics by using only a single guitar. He kicks off his Mountain Stage set with this song, declaring that from now on, "Every Thing I Do Gonna Be Funky."