March 2, 2002
Live from the Fitzgerald Theater, with Stephanie Davis, Peter Ostroushko, steel guitarist Cindy Cashdollar, and British singer/songwriter Richard Thompson.

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Vincent Black Lightening (Richard Thompson) News from Lake Wobegon

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00:13Tishomingo Blues
02:33GK intro, talks about state tournaments in St. Paul
07:00No Name Blues - Peter Ostroushko and Shoe band
10:04GK introduces Stephanie Davis
11:52You Asked Me To - GK and Stephanie
15:38Bach script
22:44There's a Springtime Feeling in My Heart
25:49Rhubarb script
28:42Powdermilk Biscuit Break
30:34Boot Heel Drag
33:21GK talks to Stephanie about her Ukranian heritage and living in Montana
35:05Home in San Antone - Stephanie Davis and band
38:27St. Paul script
41:27Vincent Black Lightening - Richard Thompson
47:03Happy Days/ Auld Lang Syne - Richard Thompson
50:57Guy Noir script
1:04:51Intermission - Shine
1:09:08Welcome back to the 2nd half, Greetings
1:11:55Loving You - GK, Stephanie, band
1:15:05Slice of Life script
1:17:49This'll Bring You Back - Pat Donohue and band
1:21:29GK talks to Richard Thompson
1:22:52Jealous Words - Richard Thompson
1:49:20Teelin Bay Waltz - Peter Ostroushko intros, talks about his recent trip to Ireland
1:54:34Duct Tape script
1:55:57Credits, Boot Heel Drag closer

Photos from the show
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Richard Thompson Cindy Cashdollar
Stephanie Davis Sue Scott
Richard Thompson at rehearsal Pat Donohue
Tom Keith

Guest Recordings
  • Richard Thompson
  • Stephanie Davis
  • Peter Ostroushko
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    Guest Information
  • Richard Thompson
  • Stephanie Davis
  • Peters Ostroushko
  • Cindy Cashdollar
  • Scripts
  • Bach
  • Rhubarb
  • St. Paul
  • Guy Noir
  • Slice of Life
  • Duct Tape

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