June 10, 2000
Old Town School of Folk Music -
Happy To Be Here
[45 Miles story]
[Lonely Girl story]
[Just In Case story]
Just In Case
My Generation, Part 2
[Late Last Night story]
Late Last Night
Betty Was Black, Willie Was White
Easy Money > It's Only Rock 'n' Roll [Rolling Stones]
[Sideshow Blues story]
I Spoke As A Child
Talkin' Seattle Grunge Rock Blues > I Shall Be Free No. 10 [Bob Dylan]
[Garth Brooks story]
All My Life
Better Than Ever Blues, Part 2
Doublewide Blues > That Was Me > Call Me the Breeze [J.J. Cale]
MEDIA: 2 CDR
NOTES: A few really bad track transitions. Filler of opening set by Keith Sykes.
Keith Sykes opened this show wiith the following setlist: Broken Home, Princess Viagra, Country Morning Music, Advanced Medication for the Blues, You've Got Gold, Coast of Marseilles, I've Got a Lot of Love for You, Volcano, I'm Not Strange I'm Just Like You. Keith Sykes returns to the stage for Better Than Ever Blues, Part 2 and the encore.
On Sideshow Blues:
On Talkin' Seattle Grunge Rock Blues:
- "It's hard to kick the door down when you ain't wearin' no shoes."
On Doublewide Blues:
- "...along came this band that wasn't even together. Called Juvenille, they sing 'you're a big fine woman mama back that thing up."
- "...pack up the van. Move up to Chicago see if we can't get a Smashing Pumpkins record together."
- "I don't get out much since O.J.'s been on."
CD Cover Art (artist unknown): FRONT | BACK