May 15, 1999
Live at the Fitzgerald Theater in St. Paul, Minnesota, with folk singer Greg Brown and country musician Junior Brown (no, Greg and Junior are NOT related).

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Recorded on May 15, 1999, from St. Paul, Minnesota.
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01:44Opening Credits
02:24GK Talk about Senate
03:15GK Talk about Star Wars
04:34GK Talk about Maia Starting to Walk
05:26Walking Medley
09:44Applause - GK Segue
10:18Can't Be Satisfied
14:10Applause - GK Back Announce
19:00Applause - GK Segue
19:13Bertha's Kitty Boutique
22:04Applause - GK Talk with Greg Brown
23:40Solid Heart (Greg Brown)
26:45Build A Little Village (Greg Brown)
29:44GK Talk about Rain
30:40My Love Is Like a Red, Red Rose
36:10Woman from Alabama
37:05A Boy's Best Friend Is His Mother/Powdermilk Biscuits
38:57Guy Noir
51:10Applause - GK Intro Junior Brown
51:48Highway Patrol
54:44Applause - Junior Brown Talk
55:08My Wife Thinks You're Dead
57:58Applause, Right Into Freeborn Man
1:02:49Applause - GK Segue to Intermission
103:27Clarinet Marmalade
1:07:06Welcome Back / Greetings
1:11:03Trout Song
113:40GK Talk with Greg Brown
1:15:22The World Is Not My Home
1:17:55Real Good Friend
1:21:55Marriage Chant
124:38Applause - GK Back Announce
1:44:55Original Dixieland Band
1:49:10GK Intro Junior Brown
1:49:52Rock A Hula Baby
1:52:44Fiber-Optic Golf
1:54:47Final Credits
155:59This World Is Not My Home
157:51That's Our Show for Tonight!!!

Guest Information
  • Greg Brown
  • Junior Brown
  • Scripts
  • Ketchup Advisory Board
  • Bertha's Kitty Boutique
  • Fiber-Optic-Guided  Golf
  • Beebopareebop Rhubarb Pie
  • Guy Noir

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