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Internet Radio Show: A Prairie Home Companion


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A Prairie Home Companion with Garrison Keilor is a weekly radio show also broadcast on the internet. The variety show offers contemporary performers of comedy, music, and stories. Make it a part of your week.


Genre

Comedy, Performance, and Folk genres

Language

English

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Headlines

A Prairie Home Companion
 Podcast
This week: our summer rebroadcasts roll along, with another October broadcast from the Fitzgerald Theater, this one originally aired during the fall of 1999. Quintessential New York folksinger Dave Van Ronk brought his guitar and his immediately recognizable voice for "Jelly, Jelly, Jelly" and "Where Were You Last Night?"; Gillian Welch and David Rawlings sang their soon-to-be classic "Time (The Revelator)" and delivered a one-time-only performance of Lefty Frizzell's "That's the Way Love Goes"; and bluesman Geoff Muldaur stopped by with "Drop Down Mama" and "Gee Baby, Ain't I Good to You?" Plus: Rainbow Motor Oil and the Rainbow Family of Automotive Products presented our Royal Academy of Radio Actors in "The Story of Bob, a Young Artist," a look at why men go deer hunting, and The Guy's All-Star Shoe Band played the "Garbage Man Blues" featuring Andy Stein's ferocious fiddle. In Lake Wobegon, Darryl and Marilyn Tollerud reminisce about the early years of their courtship.
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