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12 Valentines for the Mountain Stage Fan in Your Life

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Love Mountain Stage with Larry Groce? Love someone who loves listening to Mountain Stage on NPR Music and West Virginia Public Broadcasting? Don't worry; we've got you covered this Valentine's Day.

In the great and public radio punny tradition of #NPRvalentines, the Mountain Stage crew has come together to craft 12 valentines for the live performance radio fan in your life. You can print'em, send'em or share'em on social media (just make sure to tag us @mountainstage). Now, on to the Mountain Stage lovefest...

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Mountain Stage monitor engineer Richie Collins.

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Drummer for the Mountain Stage band Ammed Solomon.

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Mountain Stage's house sound engineer Jimmy Raines.

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Mountain Stage crew member Lance Schrader.

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The Mountain Stage band's pianist Bob Thompson.

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Mountain Stage assistant producer (and host of WVPB's A Change of Tune) Joni Deutsch.

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Mountain Stage associate producer (and keeper of the tickets) Vasilia Scouras.

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Mountain Stage guitarist Ryan Kennedy.

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Mountain Stage band leader Ron Sowell.

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And because he's just too cool for school, another V-Day card featuring Mountain Stage's Bob Thompson.

Have any punny Mountain Stage valentines to share? Leave a comment below or tag us @mountainstage on social media! And if you're looking for another way to show your Mountain Stage love, support this program and your favorite public radio station.

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