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Kathy Mattea will be returning as guest host to welcome Steve Earle & The Dukes, Damien Jurado, Vanessa Peters, Alsarah & the Nubatones and Erika Wennerstrom.

UPDATE: Advance Tickets have sold out as of Friday morning. Any available tickets will be placed on sale starting at 5p.m. in the Culture Center lobby, $35.

Original Post: A few tickets remain online and at Taylor Books for this Sunday’s Mountain Stage in Charleston, WV. If you’re unable to join us, then the next best thing is to catch the exclusive live-stream starting at 7p.m. EST.

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

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The live show is sold out, but thanks to West Virginia Public Broadcasting and VuHaus you can experience this Sunday's Mountain Stage, with guest-host Kathy Mattea, from anywhere.

Sherwin Lainez

Thanks to our colleauges at VuHaus and the video production department at West Virginia Public Broadcasting, we are offering a live video webcast of THIS SUNDAY'S Mountain Stage from the Culture Center Theater in Charleston, W.Va.

Update: Sept. 24, 2018- Thank you to everyone who watched along with us or attended last night's Mountain Stage with Larry Groce. Listen for this show starting October 26 on our NPR affiliates, and keep an eye on the Mountain Stage VuHaus Channel for select performances from last night's how.

As of Thursday evening there were still tickets available for this Sunday's Mountain Stage taping in Charleston, WV featuring Jeff Daniels & the Ben Daniels Band, Dawn Landes, Lucy Wainwright Roche, Kevin Gordon and The Handsome Family.


UPDATE: Due to travel conditions Lee Ann Womack will be unable to appear as advertised on March 25. We hope to reschedule another date as soon as possible. This post was edited to reflect these changes Sunday morning March, 25.

The lineup for Sunday's Mountain Stage with Larry Groce is going to be an Americana honors class that embraces our diverse love of music here in Charleston, W.V.  We'll welcome James McMurtry, The Low Anthem, Inara George and John Moreland.

Mountain Stage with Larry Groce will celebrate its 34th Anniversary this Sunday, December 3 at the Culture Center Theater on the grounds of the State Capitol. Doors open at 6:30p.m. and the show starts at 7p.m., but you should make plans to arrive early because we have a couple of special surprises for our ticket holders, so keep reading.

Tickets have been sold out for more than a month to this Sunday’s live recording of Mountain Stage with Larry Groce featuring St. Paul & the Broken Bones, Mac McAnally, Chastity Brown, Sarah Siskind and The Wild Reeds.