January 23, 1999
Live from The Fitzgerald Theater in St. Paul, Minnesota, with opera singer Maria Jette and blues singer Geoff Muldaur.

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Recorded on January 23, 1999, from St. Paul, Minnesota.
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00:00Logo
00:12Tishomingo
02:05GK Talk about State of the Union Speech, Impeachment
05:28Swing 42
08:04Applause
08:19Murphy's Plumbing
10:17Applause
11:15You're the Cream in My Coffee/I'm Just Your Papa
14:57Applause
15:15GK Talk about Tom Keith in Kilt
16:33I Belong to Glasgow/Wee Deoch and Doris
18:07Applause
18:19Tom Keith's Own Radio Show
23:13Applause/GK Intro Geoff Muldaur
24:04The Wild Ox Moan
28:07Applause-GK Covers Changeover
29:10Mistreated Mama
32:02Applause-GK Segue
32:28Rhubarb
38:00Applause-GK Intro Next Segment
41:12Die Forelle-The Trout Song
43:29A Man's a Man for All That
45:23Per Pieta
50:09Applause
50:26Minor Swing
51:56Applause
52:35Guy Noir
102:20Applause-GK Segue to Intermission
102:53My Honey's Lovin' Arms
106:30Welcome Back to the Second Half/Greetings
109:46T-Tutt Notice, Promo for Next Week
111:50Auld Lang Syne
114:13Applause-GK Talk with Maria Jette
115:02Juliet's Waltz
118:41Applause
120:17Prairie Lullaby
125:45Applause
126:06Monologue
150:16Nuage
152:00Intro Geoff Muldaur
152:42Beautiful Isle of Somewhere
155:55Applause
156:14Credits
157:37Trouble in Mind
158:40Goodnight Everybody! That's Our Show!

Guest Information
  • Maria Jette
  • Geoff Muldaur
  • Scripts
  • Guy Noir
  • Beebopareebop Rhubarb Pie
  • Tom Keith's Radio Show
  • Murphy's Plumbing

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