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Mountain Stage After Midnight- January 3 & 4

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Rather than keeping to the ol' "Eat Better, Work Out More, Read More" New Year's mantra, why not spice up your resolution routine with "Hear More Rock'n Music?" We here at "Mountain Stage After Midnight" are more than happy to supply such music. 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 that'll alternate order each night.
 
Tune in this Saturday January 3 and Sunday January 4 for some rock, pop and folk on "Mountain Stage After Midnight."
First you'll hear a 2007 show recorded in Ann Arbor, Michigan, with such musical talents as German-born/American-raised singer/songwriter Antje Duvekot, comedian/actor/singer Jeff Daniels,  Australian alt-rock group The Cat Empire, folk-rocker Catie Curtis and Tony award-winner Duncan Sheik.

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Over the Rhine on Mountain Stage in 2007.

Next up is a 2007 show recorded in good ol' Morgantown, West Virginia, featuring such voices and talents as English indie crooner (and Gomez band member) Ian Ball, southern alt-rocker Ingram Hill, charming crooner Amy Rigby, New Jersey singer-songwriter Jenny Owen Youngs and legendary folk-art-poppers Over the Rhine.

Did you know you can take Mountain Stage with you? Find show updates and a 24/7 Mountain Stage stream on our new website, keep in touch with our adventures on the show's social media (FacebookTwitterTumblr and Instagram) and subscribe to The Mountain Stage Podcast on iTunes to hear the best live performance radio.


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