Ben Sollee, appearing live on Mountain Stage October 2
Mountain Stage is happy to announce three more live shows for the month of October.
Sunday, October 2 Mountain Stage will once again visit our friends in Morgantown for a show featuring genre-bending cellist Ben Sollee, enduring Irish singer-songwriter Paul Brady, and Washington, DC-base alt-folk band Vandaveer at the West Virginia University Creative Arts Center.
Additional acts for this show will be announced in the near future, so keep checking back with Mountain Stage for the latest. Tickets will be available August 29 at the CAC Box Office, by phone (304.293.SHOW) and at ticketmaster.com.
Brett Dennen, appearing live on Mountain Stage October 16
Sunday, October 16 Mountain Stage returns to the Culture Center Theater in Charleston for a show featuring folk-pop tunesmith Brett Dennen, acclaimed string band revivalists The Red Clay Ramblers, and Swiss bluegrass and folk trio The Kruger Brothers, with other acts to be announced.
Tickets for this show are on sale now online, by phone (800.594.TIXX) and at Taylor Books.
Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit, appearing live on Mountain Stage October 23
Finally, the October 23 show at the Culture Center is shaping up to be a bit of a barnburner. So far, Mountain Stage is set to welcome back neo-southern rockers (and former Drive-By Trucker) Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit, along with Texas-based Americana icon James McMurtry.
Other acts for this show will be announced as they are confirmed, which gives you another great reason to continue checking back with us at mountainstage.org or via our newly launched Twitter or Facebook (where we’re happy to report that we’ve just surpassed 10,000 likes).
Tickets for this show are also on sale now, online, by phone (800.594.TIXX) and at Taylor Books.
Check out the Live Show Schedule for more information about each of these events. You can visit each of these artists’ individual websites if you’d like to sample some of their music. You can visit the Mountain Stage page over at NPR Music, where you can stream our episodes segment by segment, even using your smart phone (a perfect soundtrack for your Friday activities).
Finally, check out the YouTube Channel where you can see exclusive interviews "Backstage at Mountain Stage" and see live performance clips of past guests.
Thanks for supporting Mountain Stage. Go out and see some live music this weekend, wherever you are!