June 17, 2000
Live from the Fitzgerald Theater in St. Paul, Minnesota, A Prairie Home Companion welcomes the Irish musical group Dervish and folksinger Tom Paxton.

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00:00Logo
00:11Tishomingo
00:52Opening Credits
02:28"It's Father's Day Weekend…"
04:16Only Daddy That'll Walk the Line
06:33Applause - GK Introl Band
07:08Wabasha Wiggle
10:11Applause - GK Talk With Andy
11:00Don't Jump Off the Roof, Dad
15:11Applause - GK Talk With Cathy Jordan, Dervish
17:16Midsummer's Night
22:17Applause - Cathy Talk
23:08Éirn Grá ' Mo Chroí
27:15Applause - GK Talk About Tea Drinking
28:21Powdermilk Biscuit Break
28:43Instrumental
28:44Two, Four, Six…
30:23Communication in Minnesota
39:33Applause, Intro Tom Paxton
42:10My Favorite Spring
45:22Applause - Tom Segue to Next Tune
46:07Come Away With Me
49:28Applause
49:43Guy Noir: Fatherhood
103:05Applause - GK Segue to Intermission
103:30Blue Skies
107:01Welcome Back to the Second Half…Greetings
110:12Next week
110:36Mel's Big Boy Buffet
112:40Applause - GK Talk With Tom Paxton
113:20Bottle of Wine
115:42Applause - Tom Tunes Guitar
116:15You Are Love
120:02Applause
120:20Monologue
143:38Applause - I'll Never Be the Same
145:55Sea Breeze - On Board Computer
149:42Applause - GK Intro Dervish
150:42The Bold Doherty
156:07Abbeyfeale
158:18That's Our Show For Tonight!!

Photos from the show

Cathy Jordan of Dervish Tom Paxton
Tom Keith as Jim in Guy Noir Liam Kelly and Tom Morrow of Dervish
GK Lyle and Janie Hoffman of Tarpon Springs, FL

Guest Information
  • Dervish
  • Tom Paxton
  • Scripts
  • Communication in Minnesota
  • Guy Noir
  • Mel's Big Boy Buffet
  • Sea Breeze Cyber Sailboat

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