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Live Show News: Mountain Stage Announces Five Live Shows

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Matt Nathanson returns to perform on Mountain Stage Sunday April 14 in Charleston. Tickets are on sale now to Mountain Stage Members.

You can be in the radio audience for performances by Leftover Salmon, Tim O’Brien’s Bluegrass Band, Matt Nathanson, Darlingside and more.

Mountain Stage has announced five additions to its Live Show Schedule, with Mountain Stage Members already enjoying exclusive pre-sale access to the Charleston, W.Va. shows. Mountain Stage Members make a recurring gift of $10/month or more and receive pre-sale online access to live shows, frequent discounts, member newsletters with playlists and more perks throughout the year. Click here to become a Mountain Stage Member and as soon as your donation is processed you’ll receive your member code to purchase tickets.

Credit Bob Carmichael

On Sunday March 3 we welcome back perennial jamgrass innovators Leftover Salmon, who are celebrating the February release of their new book by Tim Newby, “30 Years of Festival.” Emerging traditional Irish group The Jeremiahs will join us as well. This show falls during Charleston’s Celtic Calling weekend of events. More guests will be announced soon.


March 24 marks the return of our frequent guest and long-time friend Tim O’Brien with a new batch of songs and a new bluegrass configuration. Joining the bill will be 2018 IBMA Emerging Artist of the Year The Po’ Ramblin’ Boys. More info here.


Sunday April 7 we are in Athens, OH as guests of OU Performing Arts and our affiliate WOUB. Joining The Lone Bellow on campus at Memorial Auditorium will be emerging songwriter Anna Tivel. Tickets are already on sale here.


On Sunday April 14 Mountain Stage returns to our home at the Culture Center Theater in Charleston to welcome back two of our favorite singer-songwriters- Matt Nathanson and Stephen Kellogg- along with journeymen Virginia rockers Carbon Leaf and pianist Pete Muller. Tickets are on sale now to Mountain Stage Members.


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The show returns to Morgantown, WV on Sunday April 28 as guests of WVU Arts & Entertainment. We will mark the highly anticipated return of indie-folk charmers Darlingside, whose first appearance on Mountain Stage wowed audiences in person and on radio. All tickets are reserved seating in Morgantown and are on sale here.


The indefinable sound of multi-instrumentalist David Bromberg and his Quintet will be featured guests on Sunday May 12 in Charleston. This roots music mainstay’s new record, The Blues, the Whole Blues, and Nothing But the Blues, was produced by Larry Campbell and finds the Americana godfather touching on the blues music that inspired him early-on.

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