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Charleston, West Virginia,25301
For more than 30 years, Mountain Stage with Larry Groce has been the home of live music on public radio. Produced in West Virginia and distributed by NPR, each two hour episode of Mountain Stage can be heard every week on more than 150 stations across America,... more.
The Gauley Mountain poetry-on-CD
Adamson High School
University of Charleston's Master
honorary Doctorate of Music degrees
University of Charleston
honorary doctoral degree
West Virginia Wesleyan College
CMS East End Board of Advisors - Charleston East End
Host/Artistic Director, Mountain Stage & Co-Director, FestivALL
John A. Walsh | The Fields of Gettysburg | The Players
Larry Groce, Tim O'Brien, Todd Burge, Michael Lipton, & Don Dixon
The record, co-produced by Parkersburg singer/songwriter, Todd Burge, brought together an impressive ensemble of musicians, including Mountain Stage's Larry Groce and Michael Lipton, two-time Grammy winner Tim O'Brien, Jessica Baldwin, Colton Pack and Justin Arthur. Larry Groce - The Narrator The Fields of Gettysburg's Narrator, Larry Groce, is a singer, songwriter and one of the founders of West Virginia Public Broadcasting's Mountain Stage, distributed nationally by NPR. He's been host and artistic director of that show since its beginning in 1983. He was also one of the founders and Executive Director of FestivALL Charleston, a ten day multi-arts festival, from 2005 until 2015. Larry has recorded twenty-four albums and the top ten hit single "Junk Food Junkie". The albums include many releases for Walt Disney records, one of which was nominated for a "Children's Record of the Year" Grammy. TheNew York Times, People Magazine and other national publications have profiled him and he's performed on The Tonight Show, The Merv Griffin Show, American Bandstand, The Midnight Special, The Rich Little Show, Nashville Now, The Disney Channel, Doctor Demento (Junk Food Junkie was Demento's "Song of the Year" in '76) and A Prairie Home Companion. Larry Groce, NPR's Mountain Stage Larry was born in Dallas and lived in New York and Los Angeles before moving to West Virginia in 1972 as part of a National Endowment for the Arts Musician-in-Residence program. While living here, he also did musician residencies in twenty-two other states. Along with his music and production work over the years, he owned the Morgantown School of Ballet, co-owned the alternative news and humor magazine Graffiti, and acted in the feature film, Paradise Park. In 2008 Larry was awarded the West Virginia Governor's Award for Leadership in the Arts, in 2010 he was inducted into the West Virginia Broadcasters Hall of Fame and in 2012 he was named Outstanding West Virginian by the West Virginia Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America. In 2013 he was an honoree at the Charleston Community Music Association's Arts Awards and he has received honorary Doctorate of Music degrees from the University of Charleston and West Virginia Wesleyan College.
Executive Director, FestivALL Charleston Artistic Director, Mountain Stage
Reviews & Quotes - Mollie O'Brien & Rich Moore
Larry Groce, Artistic Director and Host, Mountain Stage
Nelson Odeon :: The Steel Wheels
said Larry Groce of Mountain Stage.