Saturday, January 21, 2012

Corey Smith on NPR’s “Mountain Stage”

 
Corey Smith in his "Mountain Stage" debut.  March 6, 2011
Photo Credit: Brian Blauser / Mountain Stage
 
Tune In to Catch Corey Smith on NPR’s “Mountain Stage”
 
Airs the Week Following January 20, 2012- Scheduled for Broadcast on a Station Near You
 
Nashville, Tenn. (Friday, January 20, 2012) – Influential singer-songwriter Corey Smith grew up listening to NPR’s “Mountain Stage” and only dreamed of one day when his music might be a part of the broadcast.  Dream became reality last spring when Smith made his debut on the award-winning radio program just prior to the release of his sixth studio album, The Broken Record.
 
Airing throughout the upcoming week on NPR affiliate stations, this installment was recorded live on the campus of West Virginia University in Morgantown where Smith joined Todd Snider, Railroad Earth, Great American Taxi, and Sean Rowe.  To the delight of the audience, Smith offered a “first listen” and showcased selections off his then forthcoming album, The Broken Record.  This album exhibits the stylized story-telling and authentic sound crafted entirely by Smith.
 
Corey Smith Set List:
“Maybe Next Year”
“If I Could Do It Again”
“I Love Everyone”
“Drugs”
“Twenty-One”
 
Listen to Smith’s full set here
(Original air date: March 6, 2011)
 
“Mountain Stage” is distributed on Fridays and is scheduled for broadcast on a station near you.  Check your local station’s schedule to confirm air time.
 
For more information on Corey Smith or The Broken Record, please visit www.CoreySmith.com.

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