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    Watch: Mountain Man Performs "Moon" (Live From the Garden)

    Mountain Man has shared a live video of "Moon," a song from its 2018 Nonesuch debut album, Magic Ship, performed for the second of its streaming concert series, Live From the Garden, last night, which you can watch below. The third and final concert takes place next Thursday, December 17, at 9pm ET. The band filmed the three shows in North Carolina: in the woods, at home, and by the fire. Each night has a different set list; tickets are available to purchase here.

    The trio—Amelia Meath, Alexandra Sauser-Monnig, and Molly Sarlé—recently released the latest in a series of cover songs, Mountain Man Sings Greensleeves, its performance of the traditional English folk song, which followed the band’s versions of Neil Young's "Through My Sails," the Shaker hymn "Simple Gifts," Kacey Musgraves’ “Slow Burn,” Wilco’s “You and I,” the Irving Berlin holiday classic “White Christmas,” and two songs for Mountain Man Sings John Denver, the first in its series of covers songs. In August, Nonesuch released Mountain Man’s live album, Look at Me Don't Look at Me, recorded in November 2018 at Saint Mark’s Cathedral in Seattle.

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Mountain Man has shared a live video of "Moon," a song from its 2018 Nonesuch debut album, Magic Ship, performed for the second of its streaming concert series, Live From the Garden, last night, which you can watch here. The third and final concert takes place next Thursday, December 17. The band filmed the three shows in North Carolina: in the woods, at home, and by the fire. Each night has a different set list.

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Mountain Man has shared a live video of "Moon," a song from its 2018 Nonesuch debut album, Magic Ship, performed for the second of its streaming concert series, Live From the Garden, last night, which you can watch below. The third and final concert takes place next Thursday, December 17, at 9pm ET. The band filmed the three shows in North Carolina: in the woods, at home, and by the fire. Each night has a different set list; tickets are available to purchase here.

The trio—Amelia Meath, Alexandra Sauser-Monnig, and Molly Sarlé—recently released the latest in a series of cover songs, Mountain Man Sings Greensleeves, its performance of the traditional English folk song, which followed the band’s versions of Neil Young's "Through My Sails," the Shaker hymn "Simple Gifts," Kacey Musgraves’ “Slow Burn,” Wilco’s “You and I,” the Irving Berlin holiday classic “White Christmas,” and two songs for Mountain Man Sings John Denver, the first in its series of covers songs. In August, Nonesuch released Mountain Man’s live album, Look at Me Don't Look at Me, recorded in November 2018 at Saint Mark’s Cathedral in Seattle.

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Mountain Man: "Moon" (Live From the Garden)

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