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Mountain Stage Radio Show Joins VuHaus


West Virginia Public Broadcasting’s Mountain Stage is proud to announce its new partnership with VuHaus, a growing network of public media organizations who share a common mission to support emerging artists and to be a premier music discovery source for audiences around the world.

The VuHaus network encompasses the country’s leading engines for music discovery: WFUV in New York City, KCRW in Los Angeles, KEXP in Seattle, WXPN in Philadelphia, KUTX in Austin, KTBG The Bridge in Kansas City, KXT in Dallas, opbmusic is Portland, and now Mountain Stage of West Virginia Public Broadcasting. 

The VuHaus stations film local, emerging and established artists playing live music in their studios, on location, and in intimate settings, with one-of-a-kind interviews, and live performance streams. VuHaus curates this exclusive content providing a single platform for music discovery in an ever-expanding video collection from America’s most vibrant music scenes. 

Mountain Stage will now have its own corner ( on the VuHaus platform. Starting today, watch Mountain Stage performances from emerging and established acts like Jason Isbell, Dawes, Lake Street Dive, Lucy Wainwright Roche and more.

In addition, and as a celebration of Mountain Stage’s 32nd Anniversary Show, a live webcast will be streamed on VuHaus Sunday, December 6, 2015 starting at 7pm EDT. The show will feature The Cactus Blossoms, Lindsay Lou & the Flatbellys, Noah Gundersen, Amy Helm & the Handsome Strangers and Josh Ritter. Watch the live video this Sunday at

“It’s a new era in public media, and here at Mountain Stage we are looking to VuHaus as the next step for creating and distributing our content,” states Adam Harris, Mountain Stage Executive Producer. “ We’re looking forward to connecting with a whole new audience through VuHaus and inviting that audience to experience our radio show, live or on air, in the future.”