March 29, 1997
Live from the Fitzgerald Theater in St. Paul, Minnesota, with Greg Brown, Diana Krall, Kate MacKenzie, and Robin and Linda Williams.

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00:00Logo
00:11Tishomingo
01:00Opening credits (RA)
01:53GK talks about the weather (RA)
02:42HALE-BOPP (RA)
05:47GK introduces The Hopeful Gospel Quartet
06:19SATISFIED
09:34applause
10:08YOUR LONG JOURNEY
12:53applause, GK announces writers, upcoming guests
13:18MR. ROGERS COMFORT AUDIO (RA)
17:10applause--GK introduces Greg Brown (RA)
17:53VIVID
20:27applause--thanks to Pat Donohue
20:52SPEAKING IN TONGUES
24:26applause
24:42CAFE BOEUF: DOGS NOW WELCOME (RA)
28:19applause--Segue to Marvin and Mavis
28:41MARVIN AND MAVIS SMILEY SPRING ALBUM
30:42applause
30:59COWBOYS: Free Range Chickens (RA)
41:27applause--GK introduces Robin and Linda Williams
43:25I WONDER IF I CARE AS MUCH
46:26applause
46:48DIANA KRALL INTRODUCTORY SCRIPT (S) (RA)
52:42ERRAND GIRL FOR RHYTHM
55:20applause
55:32IS YOU IS OR IS YOU AIN'T MY BABY?
59:56applause--segue to intermission (RA)
100:37I SAW STARS
104:03Welcome back to the second half...
104:26POWDERMILK BISCUITS (RA)
105:29applause--info about next week's show
106:28Greetings (RA)
110:05WHAT A FRIEND WE HAVE IN JESUS
112:24applause
112:55BY THE MARK
116:07applause
116:27KETCHUP: A PICTURE OF MY SON (RA)
118:04applause--GK talks with Diana Krall
119:18GHOST OF A CHANCE
123:05applause
123:34MONOLOGUE (RA)
145:20WHY DON'T YOU JUST GO HOME?
149:06applause--GK talks about Diana Krall trio
150:02FRIM FRAM SAUCE (RA)
153:21applause--GK THANKS GUESTS
155:39THIS LITTLE LIGHT OF MINE
158:10APPLAUSE

Guest Information
  • Greg Brown
  • Diana Krall
  • Kate MacKenzie
  • Robin and Linda Williams
  • Scripts
  • Hale-Bopp
  • Mr. Rogers
  • Cafe Boeuf
  • Cowboys
  • Ketchup

  • Music Information
    Performers, music scipts and credits
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