© 2021
Telling West Virginia's Story
Play Live Radio
Next Up:
0:00
0:00
Available On Air Stations
WVPB News
Each week, host Larry Groce hand picks his Song of The Week from the two hour broadcast and an excerpt is heard every Friday morning during West Virginia Morning on WVPB Radio.

Larry Campbell & Teresa Williams Have the Mountain Stage Song of the Week

Larry Campbell & Teresa Williams performing on Mountain Stage, 2019
Brian Blauser/ Mountain Stage
Larry Campbell & Teresa Williams live on Mountain Stage in 2019

After being a part of the band for legendary drummer and singer Levon Helm- and frequently guesting with heavyweights like Phil Lesh, Little Feat, and Hot Tuna's Jorma Kaukonen and Jack Casady- multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter Larry Campbell and singer-guitarist Teresa Williams make their most beautiful music together. The duo appears on Mountain Stage for the second time during this week’s broadcast, recorded in October of 2019 in Charleston, W.Va.

Together, Larry and Teresa have released two exceptional albums, including their most recent Contraband Love. Our Song of the Week is the pair's rousing version of the gospel blues tune "Keep Your Lamp Trimmed and Burning," which is featured on their debut, self-titled album.

Larry and Teresa recently launched “It Was The Music”, a film in 10 episodes chronicling the lives and love of Larry Campbell and Teresa Willams, directed by award-winning filmmaker Mark Moskowitz. The all-star cast includes Jackson Browne, Emmylou Harris, Rosanne Cash, Phil Lesh, Bob Weir, Lucinda Williams and many more. Watch the trailer here and find out where you can see the film, available on multiple platforms, at this link.

Hear the entire set from Larry Campbell & Teresa Williams, as well as energetic performances from Robert Randolph & The Family Band, songwriter Hayes Carll, singer-songwriter and new author Allison Moorer, and Ireland's Mick Flannery, on this week's episode of Mountain Stage with guest host Kathy Mattea.

Listen to Mountain Stage on one of these stations across the country, and be sure to follow our Facebook page for more live musical performances.


WVPB is local news, education, music, and entertainment for West Virginia.
Your donation today will help keep us strong and vital.