Waiting for my man.
In line for tickets to A Prairie Home Companion. That Garrison Keillor is a LIVE WIRE on stage.
“Laudate Dominus” — 3/2/2013
Praise God for this banana
Sliced on my bran flakes
And for this cup of coffee
From last weekend’s show, a song about thankfulness for the little things…
“TMI” — 3/2/2013
“Air transportation for all guests on A Prairie Home Companion provided courtesy of TMI Airlines… at TMI, we believe in complete transparency.”
An extra-wide Shoe Band this week, with Joe Savage on steel guitar and the Shoe Horns—Steve Strand on trumpet, Michael B. Nelson on trombone and double bell euphonium, and Kenni Holmen on sax
GK, the Royal Academy of Radio Actors, and Rich Dworsky run through a few scripts as we prepare for the last broadcast before our brief spring break
A few more photos from the movie, expanding on the one we came across last week… The fancy “dressing rooms” set was actually just the basement of the Fitz where the production staff sets up, and bathrooms, which usually look like this:
A modified Shoe Band setup this week, to allow plenty of room for Butch Thompson and His New Orleans Orphans and a crowd of brave on-stage dancers at our post-broadcast Masked Ball
“Monback” — October 13th, 2012
“We’re Monback Brothers. Other trash haulers just haul away the trash you put out at the curb. At Monback Brothers we’re more pro-active.”
A Prairie Home Companion, 2006