Performers, Music Sources and Credits
September 3, 2005 at the Minnesota State Fair Grandstand, St. Paul, MN.

Performers
Garrison Keillor, Sue Scott, Tim Russell, Tom Keith
• The Guy's All-Star Shoe Band: Richard Dworsky, piano, keyboard; Butch Thompson, clarinet; Andy Stein, fiddle, tenor sax, bari sax, mandolin; Pat Donohue, guitar; Gary Raynor, bass; Arnie Kinsella, percussion

Guests
Prudence Johnson, vocals
Princess Kay of the Milky Way: Rebekah Dammann
Princess Kay of the Milky Way finalists: Sara Bremer, Stacy Brogan, Carrie Hubbard, Grace Phelps, Katie Sexton, and Elle Walker
Wailin' Jennys: Ruth Moody, soprano, guitar, accordion, bodhran; Nicky Mehta, mezzo, guitar, and percussion; and Annabelle Chvostek, alto, guitar, mandolin, and violin
The Dirty Dozen Brass Band: Roger Lewis, baritone sax and soprano sax; Kevin Harris, tenor sax; Terence Higgins, drums; Jamie McLean, guitar; Efrem Towns, trumpet and flugelhorn; Revert Andrews, trombone; Michael Foster, Sousaphone


Music
TISHOMINGO BLUES
—Garrison Keillor, The Guy's All-Star Shoe Band
—w/m: Spencer Williams; new words: Garrison Keillor
—© 1917 Joseph W. Stern and Co.; © 1989-2005 Garrison Keillor

SFX script underscore
— Richard Dworsky
— m: Richard Dworsky
— © 2005 Richard Dworsky (BMI)

LOUISIANA 1927
— Pat Donohue and the Guy's All-Star Shoe Band
— w/m: Randy Newman
— © Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (BMI)

NEW ORLEANS
— Butch Thompson, piano and Andy Stein, violin
— m: Hoagy Carmichael
— © PSO Limited (ASCAP)

BACKWATER BLUES
— Pat Donohue, with Guy's All-Star Shoe Band (Butch Thompson, piano; Richard Dworsky, organ)
— w/m: Bessie Smith
— © Frank Music Corp. (ASCAP)

NEW ORLEANS MEDLEY
— The Dirty Dozen Brass Band
— w/m: traditional

POWDERMILK BISCUIT THEME
— Garrison Keillor, Guy's All-Star Shoe Band
— w/m: Garrison Keillor
— © Garrison Keillor

CINNAMON script underscore
— Richard Dworsky
— m: Richard Dworsky
— © 2005 Richard Dworsky (BMI)

FAIR SONG
— Garrison Keillor and Guy's All-Star Shoe Band
— Original w/m: "By The Rivers of Babylon"; Brent Dowe,; F. McNaughton,; Frank Farian,; and George Reyim © Universal-Polygram International/ EMI El Gallico Music/ Gema
— new words: Garrison Keillor © 2005 Garrison Keillor

HEAVEN WHEN WE'RE HOME
— Wailin' Jennys
— w/m: Ruth Moody
— © Ruth Moody (SOCAN)
— rec.: "40 Days" Red House 177

SWALLOW
— Wailin' Jennys
— w/m: Annabelle Chvostek
— © Annabelle Chvostek (SOCAN)

CATCHUP script underscore
— Richard Dworsky
— m: Richard Dworsky
— © 2005 Richard Dworsky

CATCHUP THEME
— Richard Dworsky, with Arnie Kinsella
— w: Garrison Keillor
— m: Richard Dworsky
— © Garrison Keillor and Richard Dworsky

WHERE THE BOYS ARE
— Prudence Johnson and Guy's All-Star Shoe Band (minus Butch Thompson)
— w/m: Neil Sedaka and Howard Greenfield
— © Screen Gems- EMI Music Inc. (BMI)
— © EMI Longitude Music Co. (BMI)

GUY NOIR THEME
— Richard Dworsky, Andy Stein, Gary Raynor, and Arnie Kinsella
— w: Garrison Keillor
— m: Richard Dworsky
— © 1995 Keillor/ Dworsky

GUY NOIR script underscore
— Richard Dworsky and Andy Stein
— m: Richard Dworsky
— © 2005 Richard Dworsky (BMI)

JESUS ON THE MAIN LINE
— Dirty Dozen Brass Band
— w/m: traditional
— rec.: "Funeral For A Friend" Rope a Dope 51526

WAY DOWN YONDER IN NEW ORLEANS (Intermission)
— Guy's All-Star Shoe Band
— w/m: Henry Creamer, J. Turner Layton
— © 1922 (Renewed) Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., Inc.

I CAN SEE CLEARLY NOW
— Garrison Keillor, Prudence Johnson, Guy's All-Star Shoe Band (minus Butch Thompson)
— w/m: Johnny Nash
— © Nashco Music Inc.

I'LL FLY AWAY
— The Dirty Dozen Brass Band
— w/m: traditional
— rec.: "Funeral For A Friend" Rope a Dope 51526

CAFÉ BOEUF
— Richard Dworsky
— m: Richard Dworsky
— © 2005 Richard Dworsky

LONG TIME TRAVELER
— Wailin' Jennys
— w/m: traditional

YOU KEEP A KNOCKIN'
— Pat Donohue, Prudence Johnson, Guy's All-Star Shoe Band (minus Butch Thompson)
— w/m: Richard Wayne Penniman (Little Richard)
— © Universal- MCA Music Publishing (ASCAP)

JUST A LITTLE WHILE TO STAY HERE
— Garrison Keillor, Prudence Johnson, Wailin' Jennys, Guy's All-Star Shoe Band, Dirty Dozen Brass Band
— w/m: traditional

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