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    Wanda Jackson to Perform on NPR's "Mountain Stage"; Get a Backstage Look Here
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    Wanda Jackson's performance on NPR's Mountain Stage will be broadcast on public radio stations across the United States starting Saturday. Jackson's set, recorded before a live audience at the Culture Center Theater in Charleston, West Virginia, includes several songs from her Jack White-produced Third Man/Nonesuch Records debut album The Party Ain't Over—"Shakin' All Over," "You Know I'm No Good," "Rip It Up," "Like a Baby," and "Nervous Breakdown"—and other favorites like "Riot in Cell Block #9" and "Let's Have a Party." Also featured on this weekend's episode are Jimmie Dale Gilmore & the Wronglers, Joe Ely, the New Rope String Band, and Carolyn Wonderland.

    For more information and to find out where Mountain Stage is airing on an NPR station near you, visit mountainstage.org. And you can tune in online next week, when the segment is posted at npr.org/MountainStage.

    You can see photos from the show at nonesuch.com/media. Catch a preview of Jackson's set and go backstage for an interview with the Queen of Rockabilly, in this video from Mountain Stage:


    To pick up a copy of The Party Ain't Over on CD and vinyl, with high-quality, 320 kbps MP3s of the album at checkout, head to the Nonesuch Store now. For details on where to catch Wanda Jackson live, including her newly re-scheduled dates with Adele, visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.
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Wanda Jackson's performance on NPR's Mountain Stage will be broadcast on public radio stations across the US this weekend. Jackson's set includes several songs from her Jack White-produced album The Party Ain't Over. Also featured on the program are Jimmie Dale Gilmore & the Wronglers, Joe Ely, the New Rope String Band, and Carolyn Wonderland. Catch a preview of Jackson's set and go backstage for an interview with the Queen of Rockabilly in a video posted here.

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Wanda Jackson's performance on NPR's Mountain Stage will be broadcast on public radio stations across the United States starting Saturday. Jackson's set, recorded before a live audience at the Culture Center Theater in Charleston, West Virginia, includes several songs from her Jack White-produced Third Man/Nonesuch Records debut album The Party Ain't Over—"Shakin' All Over," "You Know I'm No Good," "Rip It Up," "Like a Baby," and "Nervous Breakdown"—and other favorites like "Riot in Cell Block #9" and "Let's Have a Party." Also featured on this weekend's episode are Jimmie Dale Gilmore & the Wronglers, Joe Ely, the New Rope String Band, and Carolyn Wonderland.

For more information and to find out where Mountain Stage is airing on an NPR station near you, visit mountainstage.org. And you can tune in online next week, when the segment is posted at npr.org/MountainStage.

You can see photos from the show at nonesuch.com/media. Catch a preview of Jackson's set and go backstage for an interview with the Queen of Rockabilly, in this video from Mountain Stage:


To pick up a copy of The Party Ain't Over on CD and vinyl, with high-quality, 320 kbps MP3s of the album at checkout, head to the Nonesuch Store now. For details on where to catch Wanda Jackson live, including her newly re-scheduled dates with Adele, visit nonesuch.com/on-tour.
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