Garrison Keillor is best known for creating the public radio variety show “A Prairie Home Companion.”
The program featured celebrity guests, skits, songs, fake commercials and classic stories about a fictional Minnesota town called Lake Wobegone.
You can see Keillor live and in-person performing in Nashville, Indiana on Monday, July 25 at Brown County Playhouse.
His live coast-to-coast broadcast began in 1974 and continued for 40 years.
He’s also a highly-regarded writer including a memoir, a collection of limericks and several novels.
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