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Mountain Stage

  • Date: January 14, 2018
  • Time: 7:00pm
  • Address:
    1 Fine Arts Drive
    Morgantown, WV 26506
  • Cost: From $23.00 to $35.00

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Upcoming Events for Lilly Hiatt

It took Lilly Hiatt quite sometime to come to terms with her Nashville status. After her initial flee, she came to embrace the fact that home truly is where the heart is, and eventually returned to Tennesssee. Hiatt enjoyed some successes as a solo artist, including a shared stage with Emmylous Harris and Jim Lauderdale, as well as a guest appearance on the Craig Ferguson show. Upon her introduction to North Carolina guitarist, Beth Finney, a new beast began to form. Hiatt's aching melodies combined with Finney's tender yet turbulent guitar licks yielded a sound that the two were unable to find prior: women shedding their childhood skin and coming into the unraveled and emotional world of adulthood. Soon after, the girls hooked up with drummer John Radford (Charles Walker and the Dynamites, Drew Holcombe Band) and bass player Jake Bradley (Over the Rhine). The Pony Stampede had began. Since then, The Dropped Ponies have graced the stage of the Ryman, opened for Lyle Lovett, and enjoyed success over seas. They currently reside in Nashville, TN and are working on their debut album, "Let Down". Produced by Doug Lancio (Patty Griffin, Gretchen Peters), the album is to be released in September.

Upcoming Events for John Oates

After high school, Oates attended Temple University in Philadelphia, where he met fellow musician and classmate Darryl Hall. The two played with several college bands before forming Hall & Oates and signing with Atlantic in 1972.

Hall & Oates released their debut album in 1972, Whole Oates, followed by 1974's War Babies. In 1976, they moved to New York, where they signed with RCA and produced such popular singles as "Sara Smile" and "Rich Girl." With these hits and the follow-up album Bigger Than the Both of Us, the band's sound evolved to pop-rock, and Hall & Oates was more successful than ever.

After heading back to the studio for a few years, Hall & Oates reemerged with a heavier rock sound in 1980's Voices. They continued to release chart-toppers throughout the early '80s, including Private Eyes, H20 and Big Bam Boom. Hall & Oates received the American Music Award for favorite pop group before disbanding in 1985 to pursue solo careers.

Hall & Oates reunited in 1988, and though they have produced a few albums, they've kept a relatively low profile compared to the enormous stardom of the previous two decades.

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