November 11, 2006
This week on A Prairie Home Companion, we've got barrels of SPF 50 on hand for our visit to the Neal S. Blaisdell Center in beautiful Honolulu, Hawaii. With very special guests, the legendary and seldom seen Hawaiian band Na Pali, traditional Hawaiian songstresses Puamana, slack-key guitarists Danny Carvalho and Owana Salazar, as well as Minnesota's own mandolin maestro, Peter Ostroushko. Also with us, the Royal Academy of Radio Acting: Tim Russell, Sue Scott, and Fred Newman, the Guy's All-Star Shoe Band, the News from Lake Wobegon, and much more. Join us this Saturday, for a live broadcast from Honolulu, Hawaii.

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Segment 1
00:00:00Logo
00:00:13Tishomingo - Garrison Keillor and the Guy's All-Star Shoe Band with Peter Ostroushko
00:02:50GK Open-talks about back home
00:04:12GK talks with Owana Salazar
00:05:39"Hi'ilawe" - Owana Salazar
00:10:21GK talks with Owana about Hawaii Diversity, the Hawaiian Steel Guitar and intros next song
00:12:36"Hula Jazz" - Owana Salazer, Rich Dworsky, Gary Raynor, Arnie Kinsela
00:16:49Dolphins Script
00:19:25GK intros and talks with Na Pali
00:21:25"Awaaiaulu" - Na Pali
00:25:15GK talks with Na Pali about what their name means
00:26:34"Napali Outlaw" - Na Pali
00:32:15Powdermilk Biscuit Break (Blues Version) - GK and Shoes with Peter Ostroushko
Segment 2
00:34:23GK intros and talks with Danny Carvalho
00:35:44"Hula Blues"- Danny Carvalho
00:38:30"Song For Allie" - Danny Carvalho
00:42:37News From Lake Wobegon
00:57:45GK talks about Veteran's Day, the service, and intros next song
01:00:23"Eternal Father Strong to Save" - GK, Audience, Rich Dworsky, Gary Raynor
01:04:23Intermission/"Millwood Rag" - Guy's All-Star Shoe Band with Peter Ostroushko
Segment 3
01:08:38Greetings
01:13:36GK intros Puamana
01:14:30Puamana intros next song
01:15:04"Down on Maunakea Street" - Puamana
01:17:06GK talks with Puamana
01:19:27"E Maliu Mai" - Puamana
Segment 4
01:22:54Guy Noir Script
01:32:44GK talks with Danny Carvalho
01:34:00"Hawai'ian Soul" - Danny Carvalho
01:37:49Rhubarb Script
01:45:10Veterans Day Poems with guitar underscore by Danny Carvalho
Segment 5
01:48:00"Tenting Tonight" - GK, Na Pali, Puamana, Danny Carvalho
01:51:48Hula Script
01:54:57Credits
01:56:25"Kamlii" - Na Pali


Photos from the show
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GK warms up with Puamana and Na Pali Sue Scott runs through her lines before the show
Owana Salazar performs "Hi'ilawe" The "legendary and seldom-seen band" Na Pali
Slack key guitarist Danny Carvalho Our acting company brings Guy Noir to life


Guest Information
  • Peter Ostroushko
  • Na Pali
  • Danny Carvalho
  • Owana Salazar
  • Puamana
  • Guest Recordings
  • Peter Ostroushko
  • Owana Salazar
  • Na Pali


  • Scripts
  • Dolphins script
  • Guy Noir script
  • Rhubarb script
  • Hula script


  • Online Greetings
  • This week's greetings
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  • Music Information
    Performers, music sources and credits


    The News from Lake Wobegon
    Is available as a podcast from Audible.com.


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