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Join Talia Schlanger as she navigates the World Cafe through performances and interviews with celebrated and emerging artists.

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  1. The Weather Station On Mountain Stage
    Tamara Lindeman, a songwriter and singer from Toronto, Canada, is known for pairing her narrative songwriting skills with topical matters and subtle reflections of everyday life. More....
  2. James McMurtry On Mountain Stage
    Revered songwriter James McMurtry marks his 12th performance on Mountain Stage with his signature brand of astute, observational storytelling. More....
  3. Ranky Tanky On Mountain Stage
    Hear the Gullah-inspired sounds of Ranky Tanky's self-titled release, performed live by the powerful jazz quintet based out of South Carolina. More....
  4. Sam Baker On Mountain Stage
    During the Austin songwriter's second appearance on Mountain Stage, he performs a career-spanning set. More....
  5. Alison Krauss & Union Station On Mountain Stage
    Listen to this retrospective, in which the bluegrass legend performs cuts from Lonely Runs Both Ways with her iconic band during a 2005 appearance. More....
  6. Bettye LaVette On Mountain Stage
    The legendary soul artist's star-studded 2018 album Things Have Changed includes re-imagined classics by Bob Dylan, which she performs on this episode of Mountain Stage. More....
  7. Patti Smith On Mountain Stage
    Rock & Roll Hall of Fame member Patti Smith performs in honor of her late husband, Fred "Sonic" Smith, and helps with his posthumous induction into the West Virginia Music Hall of Fame. More....
  8. Paul Thorn On Mountain Stage
    The Mississippi-born songwriter has appeared on Mountain Stage nine times since 1997. In this appearance, Thorn performs songs from his latest album, Don't Let The Devil Ride. More....
  9. Molly Tuttle On Mountain Stage
    Tuttle was the first woman to earn the title of Guitarist of the Year from the International Bluegrass Music Association. Hear her perform in this Mountain Stage episode. More....
  10. Tyminski On Mountain Stage
    Listen to the 14-time Grammy-winning vocalist, instrumentalist and songwriter return to the Mountain Stage with his newest solo project. More....
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