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Mountain Stage After Midnight- September 27 & 28

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2007 was a great year: the final "Harry Potter" book was released, we were introduced to some plucky teenagers in "Juno," Steve Jobs made an announcement about something called an iPhone, and Mountain Stage Radio Show featured some top notch perfomers, as we'll hear on this week's "Mountain Stage After Midnight." Broadcast from 1am-5am Saturday and Sunday mornings here on West Virginia Public Radio, "Mountain Stage After Midnight" takes the best episodes from the show's 31 year history and shares their memories and songs with our late-night listeners. Each week we'll hand-pick two of our favorite episodes and they'll alternate order each night.

Tune your dials to West Virginia Public Radio this Saturday September 27 and Sunday September 28 for some great performances on “Mountain Stage After Midnight.”

First you’ll hear a 2007 performance from punk rock icon John Doe, American pop-folk songwriter Luke Temple, country-punk singer Sarah Borges, legendary roots-rocker Chuck Prophet (who just released a new record, "Night Surfer," this past week), and Afropop-by-way-of-Berlin artist Zap Mama. 

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Suzanne Vega performed songs from her 2007 release, Beauty & Crime, in this Mountain Stage performance.

Next is another 2007 performance featuring folk rocker Matt Nathanson, the First Lady of Celtic Music Moya Brennan, Scottish singer-songwriter Justin Currie, indie pop chanteuse Ingrid Michaelson, and eclectic folk legend Suzanne Vega. See the playlist.

Need some more music in your life? For the latest Mountain Stage news and event details, make sure to follow the show on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram. If you're in the mood for more great jams, make sure to subscribe to The Mountain Stage Podcast to hear why Mountain Stage remains the home of live music on public radio.


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