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A Prairie Home Companion: The Final Performance

Performance - Spoken Word
Nonfiction: Garrison Keillor / A Prairie Home Companion / Humor
Unabridged   2.5 hour(s)
Publication date: 08/01/2008

A Prairie Home Companion: The Final Performance

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Audio CD ISBN:9781598876017
Digital Download ISBN:9781598879995


Here's the last weekly live broadcast that started it all—the glorious tradition of saying goodbye.

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Product Description

The final performance (June 13, 1987) brought Garrison Keillor and guests together for sweet music, sparkling wit, and the latest "News from Lake Wobegon."

  • Hello Love
  • Love’s Old Sweet Song
  • Garrison Talks of Leaving
  • Tell Me Why
  • Jitterbug Waltz
  • The Storms Are on the Ocean
  • Powdermilk Biscuit Spot
  • How Can I Keep from Singing?
  • Songs of Parting
  • Greetings
  • Roy Blount Poem
  • I’ll See You in My Dreams
  • Brownie and Pete
  • Spring Poem/Crow River Waltz
  • Buster the Show Dog
  • Oh Susanna
  • America the Beautiful
  • Adventures in Paradise
  • Aloha Oe
  • Intermission Medley
  • Stars & Stripes Forever
  • Put on Your Old Grey Bonnet
  • Meet Me in St. Louis
  • The Sons of Knute Fishing March
  • News From Lake Wobegon
  • Sleep Walk, Eriskay Love Lilt
  • Till Then
  • The Minstrel Show
  • Hawaii Aloha
  • Fool Such as I
  • One More Spring
  • Till We Meet Again
  • Song of the Exiles

Author Bio

GARRISON KEILLOR is America’s favorite storyteller. For more than 35 years, as the host of A Prairie Home Companion, he has captivated millions of listeners with his weekly News from Lake Wobegon monologues. A Prairie Home Companion is heard on hundreds of public radio stations, as well as America One, the Armed Forces Networks, Sirius Satellite Radio, and via a live audio webcast.

Keillor is also the author of several books and a frequent contributor to national publications including Time, The New Yorker, and National Geographic, in addition to writing his own syndicated column. He has been awarded a National Humanities Medal from the National Endowment of the Humanities. When not touring, he resides in St. Paul, Minnesota.