January 9, 1999
Live from The Fitzgerald Theater in St. Paul, Minnesota, with singer/songerwriter Greg Brown and yodeler Janet Sorenson.

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Recorded on January 9, 1999, from St. Paul, Minnesota.
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00:00Logo
00:14Tishomingo
01:43So Good to be Back in Minnesota, Resolutions
02:37Don't Put Yourself Down
05:41Applause, Mention Upcoming Guests
06:40Intro Pat Donohue
07:20Waitin' for a Plane
10:48Applause
11:02Long Gone (Little Red Rooster)
14:17Applause
14:38Tom Keith
21:02Applause-GK Segue to T-Tutt
21:30T-Tutt Announcement/Talk with Janet Sorenson
23:33Texas Cowboy
25:07Applause-GK Gives Contest Rules
26:40Guy Noir
38:14Applause-GK Intro Greg Brown, Talk
39:50Lullaby
44:00Greg Brown Segue to Next Tune
44:30Turning of the Year
47:44Applause - Greg Intro Karen and Peter
48:40You Just Don't Get It
52:15Applause-Forward Promote Second Half of Show
52:54Silver Lining
103:33Applause-GK Segue to Intermission
104:09Royal Garden Blues
107:35Welcome Back to the Second Half
107:59Greetings
111:05GK Intro Woodman Song
112:03Woodman, Spare that Tree
115:42Applause-GK Intro the Millers
119:39Love Divine
122:07Applause-GK Back Announce, Intro Greg Brown
123:25You Really Got a Hold on Me
126:52Applause
127:08Monologue
150:11Grandpa Sam Rag
153:07Applause-Ketchup
155:30Credits
157:04My Dad Taught Me to Yodel
158:30Applause-That's Our Show for Tonight!

Guest Information
  • Greg Brown
  • Janet Sorenson
  • Scripts
  • Guy Noir
  • Ketchup Advisory Board
  • Silver Lining
  • Tom Keith

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