June 3, 2000
Live from the Fitzgerald Theater in St. Paul, Minnesota, A Prairie Home Companion welcomes the Plymouth Ensemble Singers, Peter Ostroushko and Maria Jette.

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02:03GK Talk of Summer, Cabins at the Lake, Senior Class Photos
07:00Billings: Rose of Sharon
08:49Madison - Band Instrumental
12:10Applause - GK Back Announce, Forward Promote
12:56Lives of the Cowboys - Lefty's Bad Haircut
28:25Applause, Back Announce - Powdermilk Biscuit Break
30:37Applause, GK Intro Peter Ostroushko
32:35Sacred Heart
37:30Applause, GK Announce Maria Jette's Solo
38:42Dove Sono
42:52Applause - GK Back Announce
43:16Roy's Rent a Dog
45:00Applause - GK Segue to Prom Night
45:30A Night at the Prom
59:13Applause - GK Back Announce, Segue to Intermission
59:54After You've Gone
103:35Welcome Back to the Second Half…GK Talk and Greetings
105:46Don't Know Why I Love You Like I Do
108:36Applause - More Greetings
111:32How to Write a Letter to Your Mother
113:51Applause - GK Intro Peter's Next Piece, Talk About Apples
115:17Medicine Bow
119:01Applause - GK Intro Maria Jette
147:01Applause, Fearmongers
151:08Applause - GK Talk With Philip Brunelle
152:30Swedish Graduation Song
157:04Goodnight Sweetheart
157:50Madison Reprise

Photos from the show

Maria Jette Peter Ostroushko with GK
Tom Keith Peter Ostroushko playing Medicine Bow
Drawing of the Guy's All-Star Shoe Band by Kimberly Johnson Garrison with Philip Brunelle

Guest Information
  • Maria Jette
  • Peter Ostroushko
  • Plymouth Ensemble Singers
  • Scripts
  • The Lives of the Cowboys
  • Roy's Rent-A-Dog
  • A Night at the Prom
  • How to Write a Letter to Your Mother
  • Fearmonger's Shoppe/Ketchup Advisory Board

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    Performers, music sources and credits
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