Mountain Stage on NPR

Mountain Stage is a two-hour music radio show that first aired in 1983 and is produced by the West Virginia Public Broadcasting and distributed worldwide by National Public Radio (NPR) and the Voice of America's satellite radio service. The program is hosted by Larry Groce and showcases diverse music from the traditional to the modern. It is recorded before a live audience, usually at the Culture Center Theater in Charleston, but occasionally travels to other venues elsewhere around the United States and in some parts of Canada. The funding for this display of fine music comes from various private-public means. Private funding on a larger scale is provided by Chesapeake Energy, and the law firm of Bailey & Glasser, LLP. Check the local show schedule to see exactly when Mountain Stage is performing again. 

Hearing Mountain Stage on the radio really does not do it justice at all. If you get a chance, go down to the Culture Center Theater located on the State Capitol Grounds and check out a performance in person. If you need a place to stay after the show, let the Wingate by Wyndham accommodate you. Our hotel sits only 10 minutes from the Capitol Complex and we offer a local shuttle service upon request. Our newly renovated hotel will allow you to relax and take a break from your day. We have free high-speed Internet to surf the web and you can also watch your favorite TV shows and movies with our premium cable and pay-per-view movie packages. If you have any questions during your stay, do not hesitate asking one of our employees at the front desk.

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