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The Chris Robinson Brotherhood, Mandolin Orange to Perform on Mountain Stage

Chris Robinson, jam band, Mountain Stage, The Chris Robinson Band
Jay Blakesburg
The Chris Robinson Brotherhood will perform on Mountain Stage on March 26 in Charleston.

Mountain Stage with Larry Groce welcomes The Chris Robinson Brotherhood and Mandolin Orange to Charleston, West Virginia on March 26.

Tickets are $30 in advance and $35 day of show, available today beginning at 10am on MountainStage.org, by phone at 877-987-6487, locally at Taylor Books in downtown Charleston and also at the upcoming live shows.

On Sunday, March 26, Mountain Stage will celebrate its 34th season of live performance radio at the Culture Center Theater in Charleston with The Chris Robinson Brotherhood. Lead by former Black Crowes singer Chris Robinson, the psychedelic blues’n’rock band has amassed a following on the jam band circuit for their shimmering acid-Americana and eclectic roots performances. This past July, The Chris Robinson Brotherhood released their fourth studio album, Anyway You Love, We Know How You Feel, via Robinson’s Silver Arrow Records imprint.

The show will also feature the return of Americana duo Mandolin Orange. As our friends at WNYC Soundcheck say, “Mandolin Orange has been quietly gathering local and faraway fans since its debut album was released back in 2010. The North Carolina duo's music -- laced with bluegrass, country and folk -- is often wistful and contemplative without being somber, and always firmly grounded in the South.” This March 26 show will make Mandolin Orange’s third appearance on Mountain Stage.

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