April 22, 2006
This week, A Prairie Home Companion travels to the Mayo Civic Center Arena in Rochester, Minnesota. We may need a complete physical to be sure we can handle the excitement of our featured guests, Mark Knopfler and Emmylou Harris, who will be performing duets from their forthcoming album "All The Roadrunning."
Also with us the glowing gospel voice of Ms. Jearlyn Steele, the Royal Academy of Radio Acting: Tim Russell, Sue Scott, and Tom Keith, the News From Lake Wobegon, and last but not least, sitting in with the Guy's All-Star Shoe Band, "Mr. Wonderful," Andy Stein. Join us this Saturday for A Prairie Home Companion!

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Segment 1
00:00:00Logo
00:00:14Tishomingo Blues
00:02:55GK opens, talks about Rochester, Mayo Clinic
00:03:23April script
00:05:05"There is A Balm in Gilead" - GK and Jearlyn Steele
00:09:58GK talks with Pat Donohue, intros All Gone- Pat Donohue/ Shoes
00:13:32Guy Noir script
00:25:42GK talks with Jearlyn Steele
00:26:10"Fools Fall in Love" - Jearlyn Steele/ Shoes
00:29:02Powdermilk Biscuit Break
Segment 2
00:30:35GK talks about Emmylou Harris and Mark Knopfler, limericks
00:31:37"Stoptime Breakdown" - Pat Donohue and Shoe Band
00:34:13GK talks about Rochester
00:38:48"The Streets of Rochester" - GK and Shoes
00:41:59Soap script
00:48:35GK introduces Emmylou Harris and Mark Knopfler
00:49:38"Red Staggerwing" - Mark Knopfler and Emmylou Harris
00:52:42Emmylou intros "Love and Happiness" - Mark, Emmylou, Shoes
00:57:42Intermission- Golden Slippers
Segment 3
01:01:55Welcome Back to the 2nd Half, greetings
01:06:50Dermatologist script
01:08:22"Stealin'" - GK, Jearlyn Steele, Shoes
01:12:13GK talks with Jearlyn Steele
01:13:30"Down on the Riverbed" - Jearlyn Steele, Shoes
Segment 4
01:17:00News From Lake Wobegon
Segment 5
01:33:50"My Little Pumpkin Pie" - Richard Dworsky
01:36:04Ruth Harrison, Reference Librarian script
01:42:13GK brings Mark and Emmylou back
01:43:18"All the Roadrunning" - Emmylou Harris and Mark Knopfler
01:48:09GK talks with Emmylou and Mark
01:48:51"If This is Goodbye" - Emmylou Harris and Mark Knopfler
01:54:11SFX script
01:56:35"The Next Time I'm in Town" - Mark Knopfler, GK, Emmylou Harris, Shoe Band

Photos from the show
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Jearlyn Steele and Garrison duet on "There is a Balm in Gilead" Award winning guitar player Pat Donohue
Drummer Arnie Kinsella keeps the beat and an eye on the action John Niemann, Andy Stein and Pat Donohue
Andy Stein adds a sax to the band The unparalleled Sue Scott

Guest Information
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  • Mark Knopfler
  • John Niemann
  • Jearlyn Steele
  • Andy Stein
  • Guest Recordings
  • Emmylou Harris
  • Mark Knopfler

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  • April script
  • Guy Noir script
  • Soap script
  • Dermatologist script
  • Ruth Harrison script
  • SFX script
  • Lyrics
  • Tishomingo Blues
  • There's a Balm in Gilead
  • Steets of Rochester
  • Stealin'

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