Carrie Rodriguez, performing live on Mountain Stage
This week’s radio broadcast of Mountain Stage was recorded
at West Virginia Wesleyan
College in Buckhannon, WV.
You’ll hear an outstanding performance by Nashville-based singer/songwriter and
fiddler Carrie Rodriguez, with songs
from her latest, Love
& Circumstance, joined by our very own Mountain Stage Band.
also hear American songwriting legend Jimmy
Webb unadorned at the piano, with some of his most memorable songs
(including the classic “By the Time I Get to Phoenix”) as well as some
unforgettable stories. His latest collection, Just
Across The River, features duets with folks like Vince Gill, Willie Nelson
and Mark Knopfler. Check out the playlist here.
Also on the show are The Chapin Sisters, with songs from their latest release Two.
The Black Lillies (above) have
been shaking up festivals around our region and you’ll understand why when you
hear their energetic set. Rounding out the show is Born Old (below), a duo from right
here in West Virginia that specializes
in traditional old time music.
Check out the playlist
and hear our preview over at the Song of the Week
page, where we have Carrie Rodriguez singing a song written by her father, “When I Heard Gypsy Davy
Is Mountain Stage carried in your area? Check out our List of Stations
to find out. If we’re not in your area, you can tune in via the web this Sunday
at 3pm at wvpubcast.org,
or stay tuned to NPR Music where
they will begin posting guest segments from this show on Monday.
Our thanks to the staff, faculty and crew at WV Wesleyan for
welcoming Mountain Stage into their new Virginia Thomas Law Center for the
Thanks for being a part of Mountain Stage.