A showcase of West Virginia singer-song writers singing about their home state.
The Guyandotte River, which meanders through southern West Virginia, is rich with mountain history and culture. In this project, Roger Bryant tells much of the history of the region in song.
Robert and Robin are two of West Virginia's guitar aces who have joined forces to offer a disc full of lively duets.
The quartet breezes through a selection of jazz, swing and blues tunes with a laid-back ease that sounds like second nature to all parties involved.
Several of the songs in this collection have been featured on Mountain Stage.
Mountain Thyme features the vocal talents of four women who also play a wide array of acoustic instruments including guitar, mandolin, bass, banjo, bouzouki, autoharp and wooden and silver flutes.
Season highlights from the award winning "Pride of West Virginia" Mountaineer Marching Band.
Singer and songwriter Peter Kosky's versions of old songs come from all over the place: West Virginia, Kentucky, Mexico, and Australia.
For the past nine years Three Generations has been singing together in Southern West Virginia proclaiming the Gospel.
The band plays everything from folk classics of John Prine and Bob Dylan to the blues of Mississippi John Hurt.
Lester McCumbers carries on a rich tradition of fiddling, singing and guitar playing that has thrived in his family for generations.
Vince Lewis is a veteran performer, composer and recording artist who has appeared with countless major entertainers and jazz musicians.