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Marlinton video premiere: Tunes & Tales along the Mountain Music Trail

October 8, 2015 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Free

Join us for a Special Night of “ Tunes & Tales Along the Mountain Music Trail”

Mountain Music Trail Video Premieres – a partnership between the WV Division of Tourism, WV Public Broadcasting and the Mountain Music Trail

Performances by:

Young and Restless PickersThe Young and Restless Pickers
A young group of students led by Trevor Hammons, the youngest in a long-line of old-time musicians in Pocahontas County, like to pick on old-time tunes with traditional instruments.
Sugar Run band picture 11-13-11 on stage at Palisades Restaurant 001

 

 

Sugar Run
Music rooted in traditional Appalachian, bluegrass, old-time, ancient ballads and Cajun. Sugar Run’s songs of humor and peppy fiddle riffs are suitable for flat-footin’, square dancing, and foot tapping. More info: http://www.sugarrunband.com/

 


elk river ramblers 1The Elk River Ramblers
The Elk River Inn’s house band plays with a foundation in old-time and celtic music, but also branches out into bluegrass, klezmer, and contemporary pop. More info: https://www.reverbnation.com/theelkriverramblers

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A teaser for the videos to be premiered:

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Free snacks and refreshments provided by Pocahontas County High School Pro Start Team.

Event is FREE and open to the public. Call 304.799.4636 for details.

 

Wild, Wonderful West Virginia and Mountain Stage– a production of West Virginia Public Broadcasting–in collaboration with local partners will host a series of video premiere events showcasing venues and musicians along the Mountain Music Trail during the month of October.

“We are thrilled to come together with Mountain Stage and local partners to showcase the Mountain Music Trail,” Commissioner of Tourism Amy Shuler Goodwin said. “Music is a significant part of West Virginia’s cultural identity and these videos will encourage folks to not only explore the Mountain Music Trail, but other destinations along Route 219 as well.”

The Mountain Music Trail consists of venues throughout five counties in eastern West Virginia that came together to promote and present the traditional music, dance, and folkways of the Allegheny Mountain region. Several months ago, the West Virginia Public Broadcasting production team took to the road to capture the essence of the trail which runs through Tucker, Randolph, Pocahontas, Greenbrier and Monroe counties as part of a partnership between Wild, Wonderful West Virginia and Mountain Stage, a production of West Virginia Public Broadcasting to promote the Mountain Music Trail.

“This partnership with Wild, Wonderful West Virginia allowed us the opportunity to meet the people who make up these colorful communities all along the Mountain Music Trail,” Associate Producer of Mountain Stage Vasilia Scouras said. “We are honored and excited to help showcase the cultural traditions and musical landscape that make this mountainous 200-mile heritage trail one of a kind and unique to West Virginia.”

All Mountain Music Trail premiere events are free and open to the public. Each will feature local food and a Mountain Music Trail Sampler featuring local musicians and bands.

Details

Date:
October 8, 2015
Time:
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Cost:
Free
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Website:
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Organizer

Mountain Music Trail
Phone:
304-799-4636
Email:
mountainmusictrailwv@gmail.com
Website:
https://www.mountainmusictrail.com/

Venue

Pocahontas County Opera House
818 Third Avenue
Marlinton, WV 24954 United States
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Phone:
304-799-6645
Website:
http://www.pocahontasoperahouse.org/
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