Things are buzzing here at the Mountain Stage office with plenty of live music in the area, on the radio and on the Web! We'll be in Charleston, WV this Sunday to record episode #708, 7pm at the Culture Center Theater. Tickets are available online, downtown at Taylor Books or by calling 800.594.TIXX (8499).
Joining us will be some old friends in a new group, WPA, whose core members are Luke Bulla (Jerry Douglas Band), Sean Watkins (Nickel Creek, Fiction Family) and Glen Phillips (Toad the Wet Sprocket, Mutual Admiration Society). Joining them on this appearance will be Sebastion Steinberg and Jerry Roe. Click HERE to read our press release, with some information on all our guests, and then get your tickets. Also on the bill are up and coming duo Sam & Ruby, Argentinean Federico Aubele, legendary songwriter Chip Taylor and a hip new roots group Cadillac Sky, who are currently at work with Dan Auerbach on their next CD.
Check out our latest Newsletter, compiled by Shawn Paterson, for more info on each guest and links to their web sites.
Chip Taylor was featured in the Charleston Gazette this week, click HERE to read the story.
Don't forget we're recording every Sunday this month. Check out the live schedule and pick up your tickets now!
Those of you listening on the radio will likely hear an episode we recorded in Morgantown, WV featuring the incomparable Regina Spektor, Yo La Tengo, Great Lake Swimmers, Sonny Landreth and Will Hoge. Click HERE for a list of stations and airtime in your area. Mountain Stage not heard in your neck of the woods? WV Public Radio will air the show Sunday November 8 at 3pm and you can stream the audio HERE.
For a bit of a teaser, head over to our Song of the Week page, where we have Spektor performing her latest single, "Laughing With," as a preview of the broadcast.
Did you miss part of a radio broadcast? Want to hear your favorite part again? We have a comprehensive mp3 Archive as well, with the most recent podcast featuring a talent-packed show with Colin Hay, The Proclaimers, Black Joe Lewis & The Honeybears, Cordis and Amy Speace. You can hear the episode in its entirety, including songs not heard on the radio and the entire finale song, on our ARCHIVES page. Just right-click on the speaker icon to save the file to your computer.