Chris Thile’s A Prairie Home Companion aired last night from the Civic Auditorium in Pasadena, CA as Ryan Adams, Kacey Musgraves and Kevin Nealon appeared on the show.
Adams hit the stage to play some of his Prisoner tunes with the group including “To Be Without You” and a duet with Thile on “Doomsday” before looking back to his Ashes & Fire record with the title track with the help of Thile once again. Rising country star Musgraves then joined Adams for “I Love You But I Don’t Know What to Say,” dedicated to those marching in the Women’s March.
“Truly honored to sing with you and your lovely band,” Adams wrote to Musgraves on Twitter. “Thank you for this wonderful memory on this day of hope.”
Listen to the full episode here.