Mountain City Four

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The Mountain City Four were a Canadian folk music group, based in Montreal and active from 1963 (1963)–1967 (1967).[1] The group consisted of Jack Nissenson, Peter Weldon, Kate McGarrigle and Anna McGarrigle.

In addition to the role of the McGarrigle sisters in the band, they are primarily remembered for popularizing a number of songs by Wade Hemsworth, including the National Film Board animated short The Log Driver's Waltz, as well as for Nissenson's recording of an early Bob Dylan concert in Montreal.

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