January 9, 1999 broadcast with Greg Brown and Janet Sorenson
Live from The Fitzgerald Theater in St. Paul, Minnesota, with singer/songerwriter Greg Brown and yodeler Janet Sorenson.
January 2, 1999 rebroadcast with Victoria Clark, Jan Grissom, Julian Patrick, and The Wayne Hancock Band
A repeat broadcast from December 31, 1996, from Dallas, TX, with broadway singer Victoria Clark, opera singers Jan Grissom and Julian Patrick, and The Wayne Hancock band.
December 26, 1998 rebroadcast with the Boys of the Lough, the Ypsilanti High School Chamber Singers, and the Sonos Handbell Ensemble
A rebroadcast from December 21, 1996, from Ann Arbor, Michigan with guests the Boys of the Lough, the Ypsilanti High School Chamber Singers, and the Sonos Handbell Ensemble. Script highlights include "Guy Noir Gets the Flu," "The Twelve Days of Christmas," and "The Little Drummer Boy Virus."
December 19, 1998 broadcast with Sarah Jessica Parker, Andre Watts, Walter Bobbie, and Christy O'Leary
Live from Town Hall in New York, New York with Broadway star Sarah Jessica Parker, pianist AndrÃ© Watts, Walter Bobbie, and fiddler Christy O'Leary.
December 12, 1998 broadcast with Al Franken, Ann Hampton Callaway, Jaime Laredo, and Sharon Robinson
Live from Town Hall in New York, New York, with comedian and bestselling author Al Franken, jazz singer Ann Hampton Callaway, and violinist Jaime Laredo and cellist Sharon Robinson.
December 5, 1998 broadcast with Emmylou Harris, The Klezmatics, and Chava Albertstein
Live from Town Hall in New York, New York, with Emmylou Harris (with Buddy and Julie Miller), The Klezmatics, and vocalist Chava Albertstein.
November 28, 1998 broadcast with Diana Krall, Russell Malone, Ernest Stein, and Vince Giordano
Live from Town Hall in New York, New York, with jazz singer/pianist Diana Krall and Russell Malone on guitar, violin player Andy Stein brings his 98-year-old father, Ernest Stein, to celebrate his birthday with a duet (Ernest plays the piano), and Vince Giordano.
November 21, 1998 broadcast with Roy Blount, Jr., Guy Davis, James Twomey, and Buddy Emmons
Live from the Fox Theater, Atlanta, Georgia, with Georgia native humorist Roy Blount, Jr., actor/blues singer Guy Davis, "manualist" John Twomey, and joining the Guys All-Star Shoe Band, steel guitar legend Buddy Emmons.
November 14, 1998 rebroadcast with the Forbes Family, the Steele Family, and Kate MacKenzie
A repeat broadcast from November 9, 1996, with The Forbes Family (bluegrass), the Steele Family (gospel), along with singer Kate MacKenzie and The Guy's All-Star Shoe Band. Script highlights include the Six-Minute Macbeth, and a Guy Noir visit to Las Vegas.
November 7, 1998 broadcast with Roy Rogers and Balfa Toujours
Live from the Fitzgerald Theater in St. Paul, Minnesota, with blues slide guitarist Roy Rogers and Cajun band Balfa Toujours.