March 5, 2005 rebroadcast with Sam Bush, Billy Joe Shaver, and Cindy Cashdollar
This weekend we'll rebroadcast a great show we did last winter at the Summit Arena in Hot Springs, Arkansas, with mandolin virtuoso and bluegrass rebel Sam Bush, cowboy poet Billy Joe Shaver, and steel guitar and dobro master Cindy Cashdollar. There'll be words from the American Duct Tape Council and the Catchup Advisory Board, plus so much more.
February 26, 2005 broadcast with Butch Thompson, Sally Dworsky, Prudence Johnson, and the St. Kate's Women's Choir
We'll be at the College of St. Catherine this weekend, saying goodbye to St. Paul (until next fall, anyway), with some old friends: Butch Thompson will join us, as will Sally Dworsky and Prudence Johnson. Plus: the St. Kate's Women's Choir, a string quartet, and more. Join us.
February 19, 2005 Talent From Twelve To Twenty broadcast
Join us this weekend for our second annual teen talent contest: Talent From Twelve To Twenty. We flew these kids into St. Paul for the last Fitz show of the seasonâfrom Pennsylvania, Maryland, New York, Idaho, Michigan and Georgia. We can't wait to show you what they can do.
February 12, 2005 broadcast with with Old Crow Medicine Show, Peter Ostroushko, Prudence Johnson, and John Niemann
We'll be on the edge of our seats at the Fitz this weekend, waiting to see what the young guys in the rebellious Appalachian string band Old Crow Medicine Show have for us. We'll be glad to have them (back for the first time since September), along with Peter Ostroushko, Prudence Johnson, John Niemann, and more.
February 5, 2005 broadcast with the VocalEssence Ensemble Singers
The VocalEssence Ensemble Singers will join us at the Fitz again this weekend; we've asked them to pick out some love songs, in honor of a certain saint and his upcoming holiday. Stop by for a listen. You'll hear a word or two from the Royal Academy of Radio Actors, too, plus the News From Lake Wobegon and more.
January 29, 2005 broadcast with Ricky Skaggs & Kentucky Thunder, and Prudence Johnson
We hope you've been loving bluegrass as much as we have, because this weekend we'll welcome Ricky Skaggs and his Kentucky Thunder back to Minnesota for the first time since they hit Bemidji with us back in 2003. Join us at the Fitz in St. Paul, along with Prudence Johnson, the Royal Academy of Radio Acting, some brand-new snow, and more.
January 22, 2005 broadcast with Rhonda Vincent and the Rage, and Jim Lauderdale
Rhonda Vincent and the Rage were with us for the Halloween show, and we had a fantastic time. So we invited this bluegrass queen back for Saturday's show at the Fitz, and she accepted! Considering St. Paul's recent weather reports, we're calling her the trooper of the month, with a reward she can tell the folks back in Missouri about: Temps above zero. Join us, plus Jim Lauderdale, the Royal Academy of Radio Acting, and more.
January 15, 2005 broadcast with BR549, Peter Johnson, Sally Dworsky, and Prudence Johnson & Dan Chouinard
It's been fun to be away, but we're looking forward to settling back in to our home at the Fitz. Join us this weekend with the hillbilly band BR549, drummer Peter Johnson, Sally Dworsky (Rich Dworsky's little sister!), and our friends Prudence Johnson and Dan Chouinard. Plus, the Adventures of Guy Noir, the News from Lake Wobegon, and more.
January 8, 2005 broadcast with Leo Kottke, Cindy Cashdollar, and the Mila Vocal Ensemble
We searched the stars for the best place to put on our first live show of the New Year, and they pointed us north. So we're going to Duluth! Stop on by, for two times the sound effects (Fred Newman and Tom Keith), acoustic guitarist Leo Kottke, steel guitar and dobro player Cindy Cashdollar, and the seven voices of the Mila Vocal Ensemble. Plus, the adventures of Guy Noir, the News From Lake Wobegon, and more.
January 1, 2005 rebroadcast with Milton "Soupy" Schindler
Tune in this weekend for a very special New Year's show featuring a warm tribute to our friend from the early days, the late Milton "Soupy" Schindler. Also from past shows, Guy Noir shows up at the Five Spot on New Year's eve, we'll pay respect to The Great Minnesota Winter, and of course there'll be the latest news from Lake Wobegon. Join us.