WATCH LIVE: The Milk Carton Kids, Steve Poltz and more on Mountain Stage

Jun 7, 2019

We’re excited to announce that you can watch Sunday's Mountain Stage show live from anywhere thanks to the video production team at West Virginia Public Broadcasting and our partners at VuHaus. Just point your browser to this post, MountainStage.org or VuHaus.com to watch along. There’s no charge to watch along, but you can always make a gift if you’re feeling generous

There’s nothing like being there, though, and tickets are still available! You still have a chance to join us at the Culture Center Theater this Sunday as host Larry Groce welcomes roots-duo The Milk Carton Kids, the incomparable Steve Poltz, ethereal singer, songwriter and poet Vera Sola, indie-pop string band Twisted Pine, and veteran tunesmith Griffin House.

All the Things That I Did & All the Things That I Didn't Do is the latest release from Los Angeles based duo The Milk Carton Kids. Joey Ryan and Kenneth Pattengale worked with the masterful producer Joe Henry, whose attention to lyrics deeply informs his musical production style.

Just listen to the epic “One More For the Road.”

We’re excited to welcome Steve Poltz back to Mountain Stage. An unwavering charmer, Poltz mixes the silly and the serious with the sweet the outrageous. We’ve been rocking this particular jam in the office lately.

Griffin House is on the verge of releasing “Rising Star” a new album and documentary.  House spoke to the Charleston Gazette-Mail, and earlier this week Paste premiered “Change,” featuring Joy Williams.

Watch: Griffin House w/ Joy Williams -“Change”

Twisted Pine is a trio comprised of virtuosic musicians with a taste for indie rock and pop, as evidenced by Dreams, their 2018 EP that features tasteful interpretations of songs by Fleetwood Mac, The Beatles and Blondie, as seen below.

WATCH: Twisted Pine – “Heart of Glass”

Describing the music of Vera Sola is a challenge- poetic and unapologetic, beautifully arranged and distinctly unique. Vera Sola played all the instruments herself, resulting in a beautifully arranged collection that is her debut record Shadows.

Watch: Vera Sola – “Crooked House”