Mountain Stage is working through the Spring with an eye on the long Summer evenings, so here’s the latest updates on our upcoming Live Show Schedule. Ticket prices vary per event, and all shows are on sale now online and at Taylor Books in downtown Charleston.
On Sunday, May 19 we’ll be visited by two intriguing singer-songwriters both with new records to highlight. Justin Townes Earle will release The Saint of Lost Causes on New West Records May 24, before taking off to the U.K. for a better part of June.
Silences is the highly anticipated latest release from Adia Victoria, who made her first appearance on Mountain Stage in 2016. You can get a glimpse of that set via our VuHaus Channel, and experience the new material up close on May 19 at our home in the Culture Center Theater.
More news after this video.
We are also pleased to help introduce The Trews to our radio audience with songs from their latest album Civilianaires. Recorded in Toronto with fast-rising producer Derek Hoffman, Civilianaires features marquee assists from Arkells main man Max Kerman, super-producer Bob Rock, and celebrated singer/songwriter Serena Ryder They’ve got a few dates in May with Red Wanting Blue, and will join us in Charleston, WV Sunday May 19.
Tank & the Bangas, who are appearing April 12 at the nearby Stuart’s Opera House along with NPR Music’s Bob Boilen, will join us May 19 as well.
Click here to purchase tickets to Mountain Stage on Sunday, May 19.
All three of our June shows are on sale now to the public, but Mountain Stage Members have had access to these tickets for a week, at their special member-rate. Mountain Stage Members make an annual gift of $120 or a $10/month recurring gift (or more), and receive member benefits like pre-sale access, exclusively curated playlists, and frequent deals and discounts. Click here to review our membership levels and consider becoming a Mountain Stage Member today.
We’ve added Steve Earle & The Dukes to the line-up on Sunday, June 23- on our first of two shows during FestivALL Charleston. Earle just released Guy, a tribute to the legendary songwriter Guy Clark, who made many appearances on Mountain Stage. They were on the show together in August of 1996 when Earle made his first appearance. Earle is one of our favorite performers and songwriters, so we couldn’t wait to invite him back, especially since he’s paying tribute to another of our favorite performers and songwriters.
Already announced for June 23 are Damien Jurado and Vanessa Peters. Tickets are available online and locally at Taylor Books in Downtown, Charleston.
Review our entire live-show here, and make plans to be a part of our radio audience, but hurry because all these shows are potential sell-outs.