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Mountain Stage

Sunday, August 19 at 7:00 pm

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Stephen W. Hussey, CFP
First Vice President, Investments

Robert D. Winebrenner
First Vice President, Investments

Heid G. Schenz
First Vice President, Investments

Christopher N. Johnson
Financial Advisor

813 Grand Central Ave.
Vienna WV 27105
681.229.4260

Raymond James & Associates, Inc. Member New York Stock Exchange/SIPC

Mountain Stage with Larry Groce returns to Marietta, Ohio!

For more than 30 years Mountain Stage with Larry Groce has been the home of live music on public radio. The two-hour radio show is produced by West Virginia Public Broadcasting and distributed by National Public Radio weekly on more than 240 stations across America and around the world via NPR Music and mountainstage.org. The show, which is recorded before a live audience, features performances by seasoned legends and emerging stars in genres ranging from folk, blues and country to indie rock, synth pop, world and alternative music, and beyond.

Singer/songwriter Larry Groce serves as the show’s host, artistic director and co-producer. The Mountain Stage house band includes jazz pianist Bob Thompson, vocalist Julie Adams, bass player Steve Hill, drummer Ammed Solomon and guitarists Michael Lipton and Ryan Kennedy. The band is directed by Ron Sowell.

Artists will be announced soon. If you haven’t done so already, be sure to sign up for our email updates, so you can be the first to know when this performance’s guests are announced.

Mountain Stage is produced by West Virginia Public Broadcasting and distributed by NPR Music.

Guest Artists

Natalie Prass

Though she’d been honing her craft and paying her dues for years, Prass first emerged to international acclaim in 2015, when her debut record earned its rightfully rapturous reception. Rolling Stone swooned for the Virginia native’s “beguiling voice and refined taste,” while Pitchfork praised her album as a “smoldering perspective on passionate romance,” and The New Yorker simply called it “timeless.” She appeared on the Martin Scorsese-helmed HBO series Vinyl, performed on the BBC’s Later With Jools Holland, and CBS This Morning, and racked up more than ten million streams on Spotify. Before long, she was headlining dates around the world and playing festival stages from Bonnaroo and Rock En Seine to End Of The Road and Forecastle.

Online: http://www.natalieprass.com/