September 15, 2007
Rio Theatre -
Santa Cruz, CA
Ballad of the Kingsmen
Just Like Old Times
[If Tomorrow Never Comes story]
If Tomorrow Never Comes
Tillamook County Jail
[Devil Makes Three performs Shades]
In Spite of Ourselves [John Prine]
I Spoke as a Child
America's Favorite Pastime
-- set break --
Not Fade Away [Buddy Holly]
What's Wrong with You
Looking for a Job
[Tommy Womack performs Nice Day]
Alcohol and Pills
Don't Tempt Me, Baby [Loretta Lynn]
The Devil You Know
Good News Blues
The Road Goes on Forever [Robert Earl Keen]
MEDIA: 2 CDR
TAPER: Mark Perry
NOTES: Included Will Kimbrough's opening set.
Nervous Wrecks show with Will Kimbrouth, Tommy Womack, Molly Thomas, Paul Griffeth, Peter Cooper, and David Zollo. This show was in honor of the late Laura Hopper. For more on the life and legacy of Laura Hopper, check out this article from the Santa Cruz Sentinel. Will Kimbrough opened this show with the following set: Brand New Song,
There's Another Train,
Wind Blowing Change,
A Piece of Work. The Devil Makes Three performed Shades in the middle of Todd's set.
On Ballad of the Kingsmen:
On Doublewide Blues:
- "He's a skinny public high school kid from Ohio."
- "Now he gets a lot of chicks. They're weird chicks. But they're chicks."
- "It ain't gonna be cause of something that some singer said in his song."
- "I don't get out much since this new O.J. stuff came on."