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Once a week we'll post a highlight from this weekend's Mountain Stage broadcast as a preview, and air it during West Virginia Morning, Friday at 7:30 a.m. on West Virginia Public Radio.

You can listen to the entire broadcast Sunday at 2 p.m. on your local West Virgina Public Radio station or here on the web through our Live Radio Stream. If you live outside of West Virginia you can also hear Mountain Stage on these radio stations.
July 30, 2014
Dave Mason - We Just Disagree
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English singer-songwriter and musician Dave Mason has had his hand in countless classic rock staples, including his chart-topping single "We Just Disagree." He performs it here, on the special 800th episode of Mountain Stage.
July 22, 2014
Lori McKenna - If I Could By This Town
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Based out of her hometown of Stoughton, Massachusetts, Lori McKenna has become one of Nashville's most in-demand singer-songwriters. Here she performs "If I Could By This Town," on an episode of Mountain Stage recorded on the north shore of Lake Superior in Grand Marais, Minnesota.
July 15, 2014
The Pines - Rise Up and Be Lonely
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The lush, dark, and atmospheric sounds Twin Cities band The Pines evoke the steely autumn breeze coming off the shore of Lake Superior, where this week's episode of Mountain Stage was recorded. Here they play the song "Rise Up and Be Lonely" from their 2012 release "Dark So Gold."
July 8, 2014
Bottle Rockets - Big Lots of Love
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Roots rock heroes The Bottle Rockets return to Mountain Stage with a love song - and a story - inspired by a new guitar, and frontman Brian Henneman's wife's favorite discount shopping location.
July 4, 2014
The Black Lillies - Gold and Roses
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The Black Lillies' signature mix of roots rock and and Appalachian music has earned them a loyal following at festivals across the southeast and beyond. They can be heard on this week's broadcast of Mountain Stage, with their song "Gold and Roses."
June 25, 2014
Jason Isbell - Travelling Alone
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Accompanied by his wife Amanda Shires on fiddle, Alabama-born singer-songwriter Jason Isbell performs "Traveling Alone," as heard on his acclaimed album "Southeastern."
June 17, 2014
Lucius - Turn It Around
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Many bands claim to feature "dual lead vocals," but Holly Laessig and Jess Wolfe of indie-pop band Lucius take it a step further. The two are completely inseparable in the song "Turn It Around," which can be heard in this week's special encore broadcast of Mountain Stage.
June 11, 2014
Rodney Crowell - Moving Work of Art
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One of roots music's most respected singer-songwriters, Rodney Crowell returns to this week's premiere broadcast of Mountain Stage, with special guest host Tim O'Brien. Crowell closes his set with "Moving Work of Art," from his acclaimed 2008 album "Sex and Gasoline."
June 4, 2014
Keb' Mo' - The Worst is Yet to Come
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Singer-songwriter Kevin Moore first visited Mountain Stage nearly 20 years ago, around the same time he adopted the stage name of "Keb' Mo.'" In the time since, Keb' Mo' has become one of America's most respected and beloved blues artists. Here he performs "The Worst is Yet to Come" from his brand new studio album Blues Americana.
May 29, 2014
Amy Ray - Duane Allman
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Indigo Girl Amy Ray visits Mountain Stage this week, with songs from her latest solo release. Growing up in Georgia, The Allman Brothers were one of the very first bands Ray listened to, playing a major part in her musical upbringing. Here she pays tribute to the band's beloved legendary lead guitarist with the song "Duane Allman."
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