Steve Wariner is returning as a guest to a live broadcast of 'A Prairie Home Companion with Garrison Keillor.' The singer will perform on the historic show for the fifth time on June 14.

“It’s always a blast to be on ‘Prairie Home Companion’,” Wariner says. “Garrison has been a good friend for years, and his show is so much fun. I’m looking forward to it!”

The Grand Ole Opry member will be joined by Pokey LaFarge and Joe Newberry for the show, which will occur at the Fabulous Fox Theater in St. Louis, Mo. at 4:45 PM CT. Tickets are available for purchase here.

The show comes in the middle of a busy season for Wariner, who continues to tour in support of his latest album, 'It Ain't All Bad.' The record was his first vocal project in eight years, although he recorded the Grammy-winning album, 'My Tribute to Chet Atkins' in 2009.

"I just stayed in the guitar mode, and did another very self-indulgent project called ‘Guitar Laboratory,’ and I don’t regret it," he explains to The Boot. "I think it was a good thing to do. We stayed right in that mode, and got a lot of real good ink and press; the reviews were really good on that project, and it was very, very different for me."

'My Tribute to Chet Atkins' is now available at all Cracker Barrel stores, and 'It Ain't All Bad' is available for purchase here. In addition to his appearance on 'A Prairie Home Companion,' Wariner will also head to Nashville, Dallas and Houston next month. See all of his upcoming shows here.