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Fargo band featured on this weekend's "A Prairie Home Companion"

When Garrison Keillor broadcasts his radio show "A Prairie Home Companion" from Bismarck, N.D., this Saturday, the show will have a Fargo feel. The Fargo-based Radio Stars are featured on the broadcast. The western swing group includes Merrill Pi...

When Garrison Keillor broadcasts his radio show "A Prairie Home Companion" from Bismarck, N.D., this Saturday, the show will have a Fargo feel.

The Fargo-based Radio Stars are featured on the broadcast. The western swing group includes Merrill Piepkorn on guitar and harmonica, Gregg Temple on guitar, Roger Sell on bass, and Alex Rydell on fiddle.

The show, broadcast from the Bismarck Civic Center, starts at 5 p.m. Tickets, $33, $48 and $63, are still available at the Civic Center box office or through www.ticketmaster.com .

The show will also be aired on North Dakota Public Radio, 91.9 FM in Fargo, and Minnesota Public Radio, 90.3 FM.

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