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Photos: Mountain Stage Celebrates 30 years at Americana Conference

Tim O'Brien and Larry Groce
Dave Mistich

West Virginia Public Broadcasting's Mountain Stage celebrated 30 years of live performance radio at the Americana Music Association's Conference in Nashville last week. Host Larry Groce and Producer Adam Harris were joined by singer-songwriters Tim O'Brien, Kim Richey and Chip Taylor for a special panel to discuss the show's history and its impact on American music and culture.

Here are a few images taken during the hour-long panel, which featured discussion and performances: 

Mountain Stage Producer Adam Harris
Credit Dave Mistich
Tim O'Brien
Credit Dave Mistich
Mountain Stage Host Larry Groce and Producer Adam Harris

Kim Richey
Credit Dave Mistich
Americana Music Association salutes 30 years of Mountain Stage

Video of the Mountain Stage panel at the Americana Conference will be added at a later date.

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