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Listen: Bruce Cockburn on Mountain Stage

Bruce Cockburn returns to the Mountain Stage.
Brian Blauser
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Mountain Stage
Bruce Cockburn returns to the Mountain Stage.

Bruce Cockburn - "Lovers in a Dangerous Time" - Live on Mountain Stage

In the fall of 2017, Bruce Cockburn joined Neil Young in being inducted into the Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame. Our Song of the Week, "Lovers In a Dangerous Time," helps justify that distinction, and can be heard on this week's broadcast during Cockburn's sixth appearance on Mountain Stage with Larry Groce since 2004.

You can hear his entire set, plus performances by Mark Eitzel, Leif Vollebekk, Allison Pierce and Birds of Chicago, on 240 NPR stations this week.

Like what you hear? Subscribe to the Mountain Stage podcast to hear the full episode in the coming weeks.

The Birds of Chicago, Leif Vollebekk, Bruce Cockburn, Allison Pierce and Mark Eitzel during the Mountain Stage finale song, recorded June 3, 2017.
Credit Brian Blauser/ Mountain Stage
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The Birds of Chicago, Leif Vollebekk, Bruce Cockburn, Allison Pierce and Mark Eitzel during the Mountain Stage finale song, recorded June 3, 2017.

Copyright 2018 West Virginia Public Broadcasting

Joni Deutsch was born and raised in Charleston, West Virginia, and graduated from West Virginia University with a degree in public relations and advertising. After learning the radio ropes atWLUR91.5 FM in Lexington, Virginia, Joni returned to the Mountain State and joined the West Virginia Public Broadcasting family as the creator and host of the weekly indie/alternative music program A Change of Tune and the critically-acclaimed 30 Days of #WVmusic interview series.
Adam is a native of Greenbrier County and graduated from Radford University in 2005 with a degree in Music Business and minor in Media Studies. After completing an internship with Mountain Stage, he was hired as Assistant Producer in October 2005. He became Executive Producer when his predecessor and co-founder Andy Ridenour retired in August 2011.

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