The SteelDrivers Rescheduling Tonight's Mountain Stage Appearance. Peter Mulvey Added to the Line-up

Feb 16, 2020

The SteelDrivers are unable to appear at tonight’s Mountain Stage event in Charleston, W.Va. as scheduled. We will work to reschedule them as soon as possible. The band sent us this message:

We were looking forward to seeing all of you at Mountain Stage Sunday night, one of our faves, but unfortunately at our show last night Richard had a little mishap with the stage carpet and broke his right wrist.  Not good for anyone, but especially our badass banjo picker.  We will see you soon.  Please look for an update soon on our rescheduled date and thank you for all your support. 

-              The SteelDrivers

Peter Mulvey will appear with us in Charleston Sunday Feb. 16.

We still have a wonderful line-up of music planned, with Peter Mulvey just added to the line-up alongside award winning bluegrass group Russell Moore & IIIrd Tyme Out, Dom Flemons, Christopher Paul Stelling and The Small Glories.  We hope you can join us at the Culture Center Theater. Doors open at 6:30p.m. and the show starts at 7p.m.

Contact Eventbrite within seven days to inquire about a refund, 855.326.9945, or please reach out to live@mountainstage.org with the name used to purchase tickets, or if the tickets were purchased at Taylor Books. We will respond as soon as possible. Please allow some time for requests to be processed and approved before the refunds can be issued. Anyone who purchased through Eventbrite will be notified of the rescheduled date when one becomes available. We’re sorry for the inconvenience and wish the best to Richard and all The SteelDrivers.

Russell Moore & IIIrd Tyme Out are the most awarded band in bluegrass music according to the IBMAs. The band joins us Sunday Feb. 16 in Charleston at the Culture Center Theater for Mountain Stage.