Don’t Miss These Bands If You’re Going To Mountain Jam
The Mountain Jam lineup is stacked from top to bottom, but there inevitably comes a time when you need to go get a snack or rest up for the headliners. Here's a helpful guide of bands not to miss. We're not going to mention the headliners, because, of course, you shouldn't be missing them.
- 4:15 Mountain Stage - Rag'N'Bone Man - Be sure to check the WRRV YouTube Channel Saturday morning for Simon's interview with Rag'N'Bone Man.
- 5:45 Mountain Stage - Jenny Lewis - She gave up acting to focus on music. Known for her solo work as well as her time with Rilo Kelly.
- 7:15 Mountain Stage - Portugal The Man - Yes, they will be playing 'Feel It Still', you'll just have to be patient, they'll get to it.
- 3:30 Mountain Stage - Alice Merton - The German-born Merton just recently had her first #1 song, come see what the buzz is all about.
- 5:45 Valley Acoustic Stage - The Other Brothers - These guys helped kick off the festival Thursday night with a rousing set in the Healey Empire State Tap House. We'll be seeing another side of The Other Brothers as they perform on the acoustic stage.
- 6:30 Mountain Stage - The Record Company - They stole the show two summers ago and are back to do it again. Their set time has been moved due to the Decemberists cancelation and they'll be sure not to disappoint.
- 2:45 Mountain Stage - Mondo Cozmo - A recent WRRV Sessions performer, Mondo is the perfect band for a Sunday afternoon.
- 4:15 Mountain Stage - Kurt Vile & The Violators - The former guitarist for The War On Drugs is a terrific songwriter in his own right. His track 'Pretty Pimpin' just passed 10 million views on YouTube.
- 5:45 Mountain Stage - Father John Misty - A Grammy winner and producer, he'll be playing right before Jack Johnson and shouldn't be missed.
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