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Mountain Stage After Midnight- March 7 & 8

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So that snow thing? It's still happening. (Sadly.) So we're going to make the best of it by catching up on some cool (pun intended) archived Red Molly and Drive-By Truckers before they each hit the Mountain Stage later this month. 

Broadcast from 1am-5am Saturday and Sunday mornings here on West Virginia Public Broadcasting, "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. 
 
Chill out (second pun intended) this Saturday March 7 and Sunday March 8 for "Mountain Stage After Midnight."

First up is an August 2011 show recorded at the birthplace of country music in Bristol, Tennessee, with sets from Jim Lauderdale, John Lilly, Red Molly (who are coming back to the Mountain Stage on March 22), David Mayfield Parade and  Vince Gill.

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Drive-By Truckers on the Mountain Stage in 2009.

You'll also hear a February 2009 show featuring Steve Poltz, Sometymes Why, Belleville Outfit, The Spring Standards and Drive-By Truckers (who are performing for the second time on the Mountain Stage next week!).

And... there's more! Listen to a 24/7 Mountain Stage stream and learn more about our Digital Archives Project on our brand new website.  Connect with Larry Groce and Mountain Stage artists on FacebookTwitterTumblr and Instagram. We love keeping your ears occupied with The Mountain Stage Podcast, and we're saving you a seat at our next live show.


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