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POSTPONED – Mountain Stage ft. Saving Grace with Robert Plant and Suzi Dian
May 17 @ 7:00 pm
Due to state, regional, and governmental mandates regarding COVID-19, the upcoming Mountain Stage with Larry Groce featuring Saving Grace with Robert Plant & Suzi Dian on May 17 has been rescheduled.
We are currently working to reschedule a new date with artist management. In the interim you may choose to hold your tickets, which will be honored on the new date, or to request a refund. If you request a refund before the rescheduled date is announced, your ticket cannot be redeemed for the new date.
Please call the Clay Center box office to request a refund, or with any questions.
*Note – In person inquiries are currently unavailable due to building closure. Please call the box office Monday – Friday between 9:00am -4:00pm with questions and/or ticket inquiries.
We’re excited to partner with our friends at Mountain Stage to present Saving Grace with rock n’ roll legend Robert Plant and Suzi Dian on Sunday, May 17th! Other acts to be announced – this will be an insane night of music that can’t be missed!
For more than 30 years, Mountain Stage has been the home of live music on public radio. Produced by West Virginia Public Broadcasting and distributed by NPR Music, each two hour episode of Mountain Stage can be heard every week on more than 200 stations across America, and around the world via NPR Music and www.mountainstage.org. Recorded in front of a live audience, Mountain Stage features performances from seasoned legends and emerging stars in genres ranging from folk and blues to indie rock, synth pop, world music, and beyond.
This performance, features Saving Grace, A new cooperative comprised of Suzi Dian (vocals), Oli Jefferson (percussion), Tony Kelsey (mandolin, baritone and acoustic guitars), Robert Plant (vocals), and Matt Worley (banjo, acoustic and baritone guitars, cuatro), Saving Grace made its debut in early 2019 with a series of surprise gigs in small venues across England, Wales, and Ireland and later, trio of UK dates supporting Fairport Convention. The intimate performances saw the band drawing from a repertoire of “music inspired by the dreamscape of the Welsh Marches,” songs that span Plant’s diverse tastes and influences, notably his lifelong passion for British and American folk, spirituals, and traditional blues, including a number of beloved standards and longtime favorites by Doc Watson, Donovan, Moby Grape, and Low, among others.