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    Ry Cooder on "Prairie Home Companion"
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    Ry Cooder gave a rare live performance this past Saturday, March 24, on Garrison Keillor’s A Prairie Home Companion, which was broadcasting from New York’s Town Hall. Listen online at prairiehome.org.

    Ry and his band played songs from his new Nonesuch release, My Name Is Buddy

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Ry Cooder gave a rare live performance this past Saturday, March 24, on Garrison Keillor’s A Prairie Home Companion, which was broadcasting from New York’s Town Hall. Ry and his band played songs from his new Nonesuch release, My Name Is Buddy.

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Ry Cooder gave a rare live performance this past Saturday, March 24, on Garrison Keillor’s A Prairie Home Companion, which was broadcasting from New York’s Town Hall. Listen online at prairiehome.org.

Ry and his band played songs from his new Nonesuch release, My Name Is Buddy

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