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Chris Hornbecker

Mountain Stage with Larry Groce is proud to announce nine (that's right, nine) live shows scheduled for the first few months of 2017.

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Late nights, good tunes and great friends. That's what's in store for you this weekend on Mountain Stage After Midnight.

Listen to Solas on Mountain Stage

Mar 11, 2015
Brian Blauser

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

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In the mood for some great late night jams? Look no further than this weekend's pair of "Mountain Stage After Midnight" performances, broadcast from 1am-5am Saturday and Sunday mornings here on West Virginia Public Radio.

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The Kanawha-Charleston Health Department plans the release of the results of their survey that attempts to gauge the impact of the Elk River chemical spill. Sylvia Mathew Burwell faces her first Senate confirmation hearing on her way to become the secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services. Former West Virginia Public Broadcasting reporter Anna Sale launches a new podcast that attempts to tackle the issues we all deal with but rarely discuss. Also, Solas performs "Am I Born to Die" on thjis Mountain Stage song of the week.

Brian Blauser

This week's all new broadcast of Mountain Stage features a performance by Irish-American supergroup Solas, along with cosmic cowboy Michael Martin Murphey, Logan Brill, Mark Mulcahy, and Sean Keane.

We hope you can tune in this Sunday at 2pm on West Virginia Public Radio, or on one of over 130 radio stations across America. Thanks for listening to Mountain Stage!

Brian Blauser

Irish-American supergroup Solas have visited Mountain Stage 8 times through the years. Here the band's newest member Noriana Kennedy takes the lead, alongside founders Seamus Egan and Winifred Horan, with the heart-wrenching Irish traditional song "Am I Born to Die."