Clear across the stage, basically in the left wing, Chris Thile and his 3-year-old son were dancing up a twirling, stomping storm – the son’s broad smile mirrored by his adoring dad. The only thing better than loving music is sharing that love with your kid.

“Live from Here” is still a name that is growing on people as the new title for the show formerly known as “A Prairie Home Companion,” created and formerly hosted by Garrison Keillor.

Last year, Keillor was accused of sexual misconduct and the show’s home base of Minnesota Public Radio cut business ties with Keillor and ultimately changed the name of the show and eliminated many of the holdover elements.

I was a longtime fan of “Prairie Home” and got to see it live both at its home base in the Fitzgerald Theatre in St. Paul and when it came to the Singletary Center for the Arts.

What Thile has created with the show given to him is a feast for the musical omnivore, which he conducts with a simple mandolin hanging around his neck.

Of course, if you love live music, you know nothing replaces that in-person experience, and all the it-only-happens- moments make “Live from Here” live even better.

A live look confirms that Thile has really made this show his own.