This week’s encore episode of Mountain Stage features one of Americana music’s most heralded and admired writers, James McMurtry. He performs songs from his latest album, The Horses and the Hounds, on New West Records. We also get a set of enchanting new music from Aoife O’Donovan, a high-energy performance from the effervescent Sammy Rae & The Friends, plus Nashville based hit writer Natalie Hemby, and songwriter Heather Maloney.
Live Show News: Leo Kottke, Bottle Rockets, The War And Treaty and more
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Mountain Stage with Larry Groce is excited to welcome legendary acoustic guitarist Leo Kottke back to Mountain Stage for his 9th appearance. More artists have been added to our Live Show Schedule. Kottke has been added to the line-up for Sunday September 16 when Mountain Stage returns to the Culture Center Theater in Charleston, WV. We’ve also added Grammy-nominated songwriter Ari Hest to the bill on September 16. Tickets are on sale now, and are expected to go quickly, available online, by phone at 877.987.6487 or locally at Taylor Books in downtown Charleston.
Already confirmed for September 23 is Amanda Shires, whose new album To the Sunset is making big waves in the Americana world. Israel Nash, Teitur and Byron Isaacs round out the line-up.
Finally, our October 21 show at the Culture Center Theater is on sale now online, by phone at 877.987.6487, or locally at Taylor Books in downtown Charleston. We’ll welcome The Bottle Rockets, Amy Helm, and John R. Miller & the Engine Lights.
Master Sgt. Mike Wiley, a JROTC instructor at Monroe County Technical Center, has earned West Virginia Public Broadcasting's Above and Beyond Award for March, which recognizes excellence and creativity of Mountain State teachers.
Kristi Sanders, a reading and math interventionist at North Jefferson Elementary in Kearneysville, Jefferson County, has earned West Virginia Public Broadcasting's Above and Beyond Award for February, which recognizes excellence and creativity of Mountain State teachers.