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123 Pleasant Street - Morgantown, WV
12th & Porter - Nashville, TN
14 Below - Santa Monica, CA
1470 West - Dayton, OH
20th Century Theater - Cincinnati, OH
315 Beale - Memphis, TN
420 Festival at the Cove - Gore, VA
8 X 10 - Baltimore, MD
? - Champlain, IL
Aggie Theater - Fort Collins, CO
Agora Ballroom - Cleveland, OH
AJ's - Durango, CO
AKA - NY, NY
All Good Festival - Masontown, WV
Alpine Hills - Dover, OH
Alrosa Villa - Columbus, OH
Amos' Southbend - Charlotte, NC
Annie's - Cincinnati, OH
Arts Fair - East Lansing, MI
Arts Festival - Columbus, OH
Asheville Music Zone - Asheville, NC
B.K.Flyers - Columbus, OH
Bacchanalia Festival - Wooster, OH
Backyard Bash - Chicago, IL
Ballard Firehouse - Seattle, WA
Barefoot Music Center - Warren, OH
Barrel House Saloon - Sandusky, OH
Be Here Now - Asheville, NC
Beachland Ballroom - 15711 Waterloo Road Cleveland, OH
Bears - Greeley, CO
Becks Family Campground - Wooster, OH
Beehive Theater - Pittsburgh, PA
Beliot College - Beliot, WI
Bell's Brewery - Kalamazoo, MI
Berbatis Pan - Portland, OR
Berkshire - ?, MA
Bessie's - Wilmington, NC
Bethany College - Bethany, WV
BGSU Ballroom - Bowling Green, OH
Big E's Beach Club - Edgerton, WI
Bijou Theater - Toledo, OH
Birdy's - 2131 E 71st St Indianapolis, IN
Bite of Seattle - Seattle, WA
Bitter End at the Anchor Pointe Marina - Curtice, OH
Black River Music Festival - Lesterville, MO
Black Swamp Arts Festival - Bowling Green, OH
Blind Tiger - Greensboro, NC
Blondie's Pre Hash Bash Party - Detroit, MI
Blossom Music Center - Cuyahoga Falls, OH
Blue Cats - Knoxville, TN
Blue Note - Columbia, MO
Bluegrass Brewing Company - Louisville, KY
Bob Marley Festival - Athens, OH
Bodega - Auburn, AL
Bogart's - Cincinnati, OH
Bonnaroo - Other Tent Stage - Manchester, TN
Booze Cruise - Philadelphia, PA
Brandyhouse - Atlanta, GA
Brewery District Pavillion - Columbus, OH
Broadway Joe's - Buffalo, NY
Broadway Oyster Bar - St. Louis, MO
Buck Lake Ranch - Angola, IN
Buckeye Lake Music Center - Hebron, OH
Bud and Tooties - New Philadelphia, OH
Buskirk Chumley Theater - Bloomington, IN
Buthchertown Pub - Louisville, KY
BW3's - Steamboat Springs, CO
Cabooze - Minneapolis, MN
Cafe 210 - State College, PA
Cafe Tomo - Arcata, CA
Callahan's - 2105 South Boulevard Auburn Hills, MI
Camp Creek - Schenectady, NY
Camp Jam - Bluffton, OH
Camp Zoe - Salem, MO
Canal Street Tavern - Dayton, OH
Captain Jack's - 1314 Hebron Rd. Heath, OH
Cardo's - Chillicothe, OH
Carter Field- University of Toledo - Toledo, OH
Cat's Cradle - Carborro, NC
Catalyst - Santa Cruz, CA
Cats Cradle - Carrboro, NC
Cedar's - 706 Steel Street Youngstown, OH
Celebrity - Dayton, OH
Centennial Terrace - Sylvania, OH
Centerstage Bar and Grill - 1833 S Plate St Kokomo, IN
Cervantes - Denver, CO
Chaffee Gathering - Girard, PA
Chameleon - Atlanta, GA
Changes - New Castle, PA
Chelsies - Columbus, OH
Cherokee - Louisville, KY
Chestnut Creek Campground - Lansing, WV
Chic and Bones Rhythm Café - 444 Chestnut St Morgantown, WV
Chubbstock Music Festival - Friendship, IN
Cicero's - St. Louis, MO
Cincinnati Gardens - Cincinnati, OH
Citi Theater - Toledo, OH
Civic Theatre - Charleston, WV
Clay's Park - 5295 Manchester Ave NW Canal Fulton, OH
Clazel Theater - Bowling Green, OH
Clearwater Theater - West Dundee, IL
Club 700 High - Columbus, OH
Club Aurora - Marquette, MI
Club Calabash - Lakewood, OH
Club Laga - Pittsburgh, PA
Club Soda - Kalamazoo, MI
Club Toast - Burlington, VT
Club Zee's - Camphill, PA
Club Zephyr - Grand Junction, CO
Colby - Waterville, ME
Collin Street Station - St. Louis, MO
Columbia Club - Princeton, NJ
Columbus Academy - Columbus, OH
Columbus North Auditorium - Columbus, IN
Comfest - Columbus, OH
Copper Dragon Brewing Company - Carbondale, IL
Corner Pocket Saloon - Morgantown, WV
Coronet Theater - Evanston, IL
Coronet Theatre - Evanston, IL
Cosmic Charlie's - Lexington, KY
Cosmic Railroad Family Gathering - Janesville, WI
Court Street - Athens, OH
Court Tavern - New Brunswick, NJ
Cowpie Music Festival - 7525 Alaska Ave SE Alaska, MI
Crawford County Music Festival - Venago, PA
Crossroads Cafe - Huntsville, AL
Crowbar - State College, PA
Crump Theater - Columbus, IN
Crystal Ballroom - Portland, OR
Crystal Corner - Madison, WI
Daily Double - Akron, OH
DAV Hall - Middletown, OH
Delta Kappa Epsilon - Charlottesville, VA
Digger's - Wooster, OH
Dillingers - 144 Washington Square Bucyrus, OH
Dionysus Club - Oberlin, OH
Doc's Music Hall - Muncie, IN
Don Pablos - Beaver Creek, OH
Don Quixotes - Aurora, CO
Double Door - Chicago, IL
Dover Lake - Richfield, OH
Down Under - Columbia, MO
DTE Energy Music Theater - Clarkston, MI
Dugout - Athens, OH
Easy Street Cafe - Bowling Green, OH
Eclipsee’ya!!!! The New Moon Rising Festival - 6445 Highway 92 Williamsburg, KY
Elbow Room - Columbia, SC
EMU Ballroom, University of Oregon - Eugene, OR
Erie Street Music Hall - Toledo, OH
Euclid Tavern - Euclid, OH
Exit In - Nashville, TN
Fall Folk Festival - 111a Stoughton Beach Slippery Rock, PA
Farmapalooza Jamboree - Black River Falls, WI
Fest Possible - Wendy Park on Whiskey Island Cleveland, OH
Festival of Four Directions - Tuba City, AZ
Fiji House - Columbus, OH
Fiji House - University of DePauw - Greencastle, IN
Fiji Party - Athens, OH
First Capital Music Hall - Chillicothe, OH
Flappers - Mt. Vernon, OH
Forecastle Festival - Louisville, KY
Fort Rapids Waterpark Resort - 4560 Hilton Corporate Drive Columbus, OH
Forward Hall Cafe - Erie, PA
Fox Theatre - Boulder, CO
Frankie's - 308 Main Street Toledo, OH
Fraze Pavillion - Dayton, OH
Freedom Festival - Acme, PA
Frontier Ranch - Kirkersville, OH
Funhouse - Lackawanna, NY
Fuzzy Duck - Ironton, OH
Galaxy - St. Louis, MO
Gallettes - Tuscaloosa, AL
Garton's - Vail, CO
Gathering of the Vibes - Plattsburgh, NY
Gathering On the Mountain - Lake Harmony, PA
Gatsby's - Asheville, NC
Generations Pub - Wheeling, WV
Get Together Festival - Huntingdon, PA
Gilly's - 132 S Jefferson St Dayton, OH
Glass Bowl - Toledo, OH
Globe Theatre - Norwalk, CT
Golden Eye Campround - Port Clinton, OH
Good People Good Times Music Festival - Nashville, IN
Good Times - Eugene, OR
Goodale Park - Columbus, OH
Goodfellows - 1349 Park Ave W. Mansfield, OH
Goodforest 2000 - Chippawa, CA
Gordon Field House - Delaware, OH
Gothic Theater - Denver, CO
Graffitti's - Pittsburgh, PA
Granada - Lawrence, KS
Grand Park - Chicago, IL
Granny Killian's - Portland, ME
Grape Jam - Erie, PA
Grass Roots Music Festival - Muncie, IN
Great American Music Hall - San Francisco, CA
Gunnerz - Iowa City, IA
Gyrationz - Huntington, WV
Halloween Street Party - Athens, OH
Hampden Sydney College - Hampden Sydney, VA
Hannibal Brown's - Aspen, CO
Hannon’s Camp America - 8501 Camden College Corner Rd College Corner, OH
Happy Harvest Festival - Charleston, IL
Harmony Park Music Festival - Clarks Grove, MN
Harper's Ferry - Allston, MA
Harvestfest - Geneva, MN
Haymaker Music Festival - Spotsylvania, VA
Headliner's - Muncie, IN
Headliners - Louisville, KY
Hempfest - Coolsville, OH
Hi - Pointe - St. Louis, MO
High Land Spring Jam - Elkins, WV
High Sierra Music Festival - Bear Valley, CA
Higher Ground - Burlington, VT
Highland Theatre - Akron, OH
Hippie Hill - Bradyville, TN
Hippiefest - East Sparta, OH
Historic Prince Theater - Chestertown, MD
Hoghead McDunagh's - Chicago, IL
Holland Park Theater - Holland, MI
Hookahnanny Festival - Hamilton, IN
HOOKAHVILLE - Fredericktown, OH
Hoosier Harvest - Bloomington, IN
Horizontal Boogie Bar - Rochester, NY
Hoster Brewing Company - Columbus, OH
House of Blues - Chicago, IL
Howards - Bowling Green, OH
Howlin' Wolf - New Orleans, LA
Hoxeyville Music Festival - Wellston, MI
Hubbard Park- University of Iowa - Iowa City, IA
Humpty's - Lake Tahoe, CA
Indiana 420 Festival - Elliotsville, IN
Indiana Jam Bash - Auburn, IN
Indy Summer Stages - Military Park, IN
Innsbrook Pavillion - Glen Allen, VA
Intersections - Grand Rapids, MI
Iron Horse - Northampton, MA
Jack Daniels Barrel House Saloon - Sandusky, OH
Jack Hammers - Schaumberg, IL
Jack Legs - Nashville, TN
Jack Straws - Charlotte, NC
Jackie O's - Athens, OH
Jacob's Ladder - Chattanooga, TN
Jake's - Atlanta, GA
Jake's Roadhouse - Decatur, GA
Jam-Boree - Ellicotville, NY
Jamboree in the Hills - St. Clairesville, OH
JAMMaica - Negril, JA
JamNation Radio - Hartford, CT
Jaycec's Park - Greencastle, IN
JB's - Kent, OH
JC Dobbs - Philadelphia, PA
Jefferson Jam - Cincinnati, OH
Jergels - Pittsburgh, PA
Jester Music Festival at German Park - Indianapolis, IN
Jim Porter’s Good Time Emporium - Louisville, KY
Jimmie's Ladder 11 - Dayton, OH
Joe's - Chicago, IL
Joe's Downtown - 271 S Main St Akron, OH
Josha's - Breckenridge, CO
Kaeppner's Woods - Logan, OH
Kahunaville Stage - Dover, DE
Kappa Alpha - Tuscaloosa, AL
Kappa Sigma - Columbus, OH
Kappa Sigma-Denison University - Granville, OH
Karma Music Festival - Morehead, KY
Kelly Hall - Antioch College - Yellow Springs, OH
Kent Stage - 175 E. Main St. Kent, OH
Kilgore's - Cincinnati, OH
La Vida Roadhouse - Brea, CA
Lafayette Brewing Company - Lafayette, IN
Lafayette Club - Bloomington, IL
Lake Field- Northwestern University - Evanston, IL
Lake Michigan Harvest Festival - Lacota, MI
Last Day Saloon - San Francisco, CA
Lazy Acres - 8619 Newark Rd. Nashport, OH
Lazy River Music & Arts Festival - South Elgin, IL
Legend Valley Music Center - Thornville, OH
Legend's Lounge - Las Vegas, NV
Legends - Fort Wayne, IN
Lifestyles Community Pavilion - Columbus, OH
Lincoln Park - Laurelton, PA
Lincoln Theater - Raleigh, NC
Lindens - Fort Collins, CO
Lions Den - NY, NY
Liquid Joe's - Salt Lake City, UT
Little Brother's - Columbus, OH
Lizard Lounge - Bloomington, IL
Lucky's - Columbus, OH
Ludlows - Columbus, OH
Lynagh's - Lexington, KY
M - Pittsburgh, PA
Mackey's Hideout - 2601 S River Rd McHenry, IL
Madison Theater - Covington, KY
Mahoning Valley Rib Burn Off - Niles, OH
Main Street - Murphreesboro, TN
Main Street Bar and Grill - Toledo, OH
Majestic Theater - Detroit, MI
Manchester Field - Kent State University - Kent, OH
Manchester Field - KSU - Kent, OH
Manhatten Square Park - Rochester, NY
Manhattens - Colorado Springs, CO
Maracas - Mentor, OH
Margueritaville - Negril, JA
Mariner's Beach Club - Negril, JA
Mariner's Inn on the Cliffs - Negril, JA
Mariner's Inn on the Reef - Negril, JA
Maritime Hall - SAn Francisco, CA
Martyr's - Chicago, IL
Maxine's Glacier City Bistro - Girdwood, AK
May Daze - Franklin, OH
McAlly's Ally - Manhatten, KS
McNemamy's - Niles, OH
Meadowridge Farm - Huntsburg, OH
Menke's Pub - Mt. Vernon, OH
Mercury Cafe - Denver, CO
Mercury Lounge - New York, NY
Metropol - Pittsburgh, PA
Mexicali Blues - Paramus, NJ
Miami University - Oxford, OH
Miami Valley Music Festival - Troy, OH
Michigan Theater - Ann Arbor, MI
Mickey Finn's - Toledo, OH
Middle East - Philadeldelphia, PA
Mike Libby's Bar - Durham, NH
Milestones - Rochester, NY
Milford Lake - Junction City, KS
Milky Way - Hood River, OR
Mirror Lake - Ohio State University - Columbus, OH
Mishawaka - Bellvue, CO
Mississippi Nights - St. Louis, MO
Monkey Bar - Huntington, WV
Montgomery County Fairgrounds - Dayton, OH
Moontime Bar and Grill - Nederland, CO
Mousetrap - Indianapolis, IN
Mr. Smalls Theatre - Millvale, PA
Municipal Cafe - Hartford, CT
Murphy's - Steamboat Springs, CO
Murray's - Wilkes-Barre, PA
Musefest - Ithaca, NY
Music Farm - Charleston, SC
Musica - Akron, OH
MVP - Cincinnati, OH
Mystic Hot Springs - Monroe, UT
Mystic Valley Music Festival - Wheeling, WV
Nation - Washington, DC
Nautica Stage - Cleveland, OH
Negril - Negril, JA
Nelson Ledges - 12001 State Route 282 Garrettsville, OH
Newby's - Memphis, TN
Newport Music Hall - Columbus, OH
Nicks Fat City - Cleveland, OH
Nietzsche's - Buffalo, NY
North Central College Earth Day - Naperville, IL
Northern Lights - Clifton Park, NY
Northwestern University - Evanston, IL
Not Al's Rockers - Columbus, OH
NY Harvest Festival - Hancock, NY
Nyabinghi Dance Club - Morgantown, WV
O'Malley's - Manhatten, KS
Oak Room - Murrels Inlet, NC
Ocean Mist - Matunuck, RI
Oddbody's - 5418 Burkhardt Rd Dayton, OH
Ogden Theatre - Denver, CO
Ohio Bike Week - Sandusky, OH
Ohio Weslyen University - Delaware, OH
OK Hotel - Seattle, WA
Oktoberfest - Main Stage - Columbus, OH
Old Crow Bar - 1217 Jackson Ln Middletown, OH
Old Fiji House- Denison University - Granville, OH
Omega Music Festival - Lawrence, KS
One World - Telluride, CO
Orange Peel - Asheville, NC
Orpheum Theater - Boston, MA
OSU Ballroom - Columbus, OH
OSU- Ohio Union Ballroom - Columbus, OH
Otto's - DeKalb, IL
OU Ballroom - Athens, OH
Owsley's Golden Road - Denver, CO
Oz Park - Chicago, IL
Ozark Outdoors River Resort - Leasburg, MO
Ozzie's Balcony - Oxford, OH
P & G Pavillion - Cincinnati, OH
P60 - Amsterdam, NL
Palookaville - Santa Cruz, CA
Paradise Fest at Lake Snowden - Albany, OH
Park Street Festival - Columbus, OH
Park Street Saloon - Columbus, OH
Park Street Tavern - 501 Park Street Columbus, OH
Park Theater - Holland, MI
Peabody's - Cleveland, OH
Peabody's Cafe - Cleveland, OH
Peabody's Down Under - Cleveland, OH
Peace Through Music Festival - Zane Shawnee Caverns, 7092 State Route 540 Bellefontaine, OH
Peaches - Yellow Springs, OH
Peasant's Cafe - Greenville, NC
Penn State - Dubois - Dubois, PA
Peoples - Ames, IA
Performance Hall - Nashville, TN
Phantasy Theater - Lakewood, OH
Phi Delta Theta - Lexington, VA
Phoenix Hill - Louisville, KY
Phoenix Hill Tavern - Louisville, KY
Pi Kappa Alpha- Vanderbilt University - Nashville, TN
Play By Play - Cincinnati, OH
Pocono Valley Resort - East Stroudsburg, PA
Ponderosa Lodge Annex - Victor, WV
Pos-Gazette Theater - Burgettstown, PA
Poston Lake - Athens, OH
Potawatomi Bingo Casino Stage - Milwaukee, WI
Pounders - Tuscaloosa, AL
Powerhouse Brewing Company - Sebastopol, CA
Private Party - Erie, PA
Privte Party - Chicago, IL
PromoWest Pavilion - Columbus, OH
Proud Larry's - Oxford, MS
Que Bar - Iowa City, IA
Que Sera - Madison, WI
Quixote's True Blue - 314 East 13th Ave Denver, CO
Rafter's - Crested Butte, CO
Rafting Trip - Fayettesville, WV
Ram's Head Live - Baltimore, MD
Realm - 135 S. Byrne Road Toledo, OH
Recher Theater - Towson, MD
Red Fox Tavern - Eureka, CA
Red Mile Racetrack - Lexington, KY
Redux Festival at The Bear's Den - Victor, MT
Reggie's Music Joint - 2109 S. State St. Chicago, IL
Reggie's Rock House - Chicago, IL
Rex Theater - Pittsburgh, PA
Rhine Cliff Hotel - Rhine Cliff, NY
Rhythm & Brews - Chattanooga, TN
Rick's Cafe - Chagrin Falls, OH
Rico Theater - Rico, CO
Ripleys - Cincinnati, OH
Ripplefest - Bluffton, OH
Riptides - Lexington, KY
River Bend Music Center - Cincinnati, OH
River City - 1400 Main St. Wheeling, WV
River City Bar and Grill - Fort Wayne, IN
River City Rock and Roll Festival - Madison, IN
River City Saloon - Hood River, OR
Riverfest - Toledo, OH
Riverfront Amphitheatre - Peoria, IL
Riverside Park - Peoria, IL
Riverview Music Festival - Chicago, IL
Roc Bar - 1220 Old River Rd Cleveland, OH
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame - Cleveland, OH
Rock Falls Park - Slippery Rock, PA
Rock Steady '93 - Huntsburg, OH
Rock the Plaza - Fort Wayne, IN
Rockefeller Center - Sirius Radio - New York, NY
Rockin' On the River - Cuyahoga Falls, OH
Rose Concert Hall - Medina, OH
Rosebud Theater - Pittsburgh, PA
Roseland - Portland, OR
Rosie McCanns - Santa Cruz, CA
Royal Grove - Lincoln, NE
Royal Oak Music Theater - Royal Oak, MI
Ruby Tuesday's - Springfield, OH
Ruby Tuesdays - Columbus, OH
S.U.N.Y Binghampton - Binghampton, NY
Sachsenheim Hall - Cleveland, OH
SAE-DePauw University - Greencastle, IN
Sailor Joe’s on Buckeye Lake - Thornville, OH
Salmon Bake - Denali Park, AK
Sandusky Bay Pavilion - Sandusky, OH
Sandusky Theater - Sandusky, OH
Save the Farm Benefit - Athens, OH
Screwy Louie's - Kent, OH
Second Story - Bloomington, IN
Senate Park - Columbia, SC
Seven Timbers Live - Dayton, OH
Seventh House - Pontiac, MI
Shakespeare's Lower Level - 241 E Kalamazoo Avenue Kalamazoo, MI
Shank Hall - Milwaukee, WI
Shickalay’s On The Bay - Erie, PA
Shiver Center- Miami University - Oxford, OH
Shoemaker Center - Univ. of Cincinnati, OH
Shoemaker Center - University of Cincinnait - Cincinnati, OH
Showplace - Buffalo, NY
Shuba's - Chicago, IL
Sidedoors - St. Louis, MO
Sidewalk of 13th Street - Boulder, CO
Sigma Alpha Epsilon - Greencastle, IN
Sigma Alpha Epsilon- DePauw University - Greencastle, IN
Sigma Nu House - Lexington, KY
Skully's Music Diner - Columbus, OH
Skylite - Wilmington, NC
Small Planet - East Lansing, MI
Smilefest - Jamestown, NC
Smith Opera House - Geneva, NY
Smith's Olde Bar - Atlanta, GA
Smoke on the Water Festival - 2311 Cleveland Road Sandusky, OH
Smoke Rise Ranch - Murray City, OH
Sneaky Pete's - Ft. Wayne, IN
Soapy Smiths - Denver, CO
Songbird Amphitheatre - New Lexington, OH
South Heidelberg - Columbus, OH
Southgate House - Newport, KY
Spirits - Springfield, OH
Springfest - Ashland, OH
Springfest 99 - Washington, PA
St. Andrews Hall - Detroit, MI
Stache's - Columbus, OH
Stadium - Oxford, OH
Stage Stop - Rollinsville, CO
Stanhope House - Stanhope, NJ
Star Hill Music Hall - Charlottsville, VA
Star Lake Ampitheater - Burgettstown, PA
Starlight - Fort Collins, CO
Starlight the Night Stop - Dayton, OH
Starlight Theater - Fort Collins, CO
Starlite the Night Stop - Middletown, OH
State Theater - Kalamazoo, MI
State Theatre - Falls Church, VA
Stella Blue - Asheville, NC
Stone Church - New Market, NH
Stone Pony - Asbury Park, NJ
Strand Theatre - Alma, MI
Sudzy's - Cincinnati, OH
Summerfest - Milwaukee, WI
Sunset Reception Hall - Fort Wayne, IN
Sunshine Daydream - Terra Alta, WV
Swig - Toledo, OH
Sycamore Gardens - Cincinnati, OH
Taft Theater - Cincinnati, OH
Tangiers - 534 West Market Street Akron, OH
Taste of Bloomington - Bloomington, IN
Taylor's - Eugene, OR
Tequila Jaxx - 7865 Plains Rd. Mentor, OH
Terrapin Hill Harvest Festival - Harrodsburg, KY
Terrapin Station - College Park, MD
The Abbey - Chicago, IL
The Agora Theater - Cleveland, OH
The Annex - Madison, WI
The Asylum - Toledo, OH
The Bank - Baltimore, MD
The Barrymore Theater - Madison, WI
The Bayou - Washington, DC
The Beer Mug - Erie, PA
The Blind Pig - Ann Arbor, MI
The Blue Building - Sidney, OH
The Blue Cat - Bellefontaine, OH
The Blue Gator - Athens, OH
The Blue Heron - Missoula, MT
The Blue Note - Columbia, MO
The Bluebird - Bloomington, IN
The Bottleneck - Lawrence, KS
The Brewery - Louisville, KY
The Buffalo Icon - Buffalo, NY
The Buzzbin Shop - 331 Cleveland Ave. NW Canton, OH
The Canopy Club - Urbana, IL
The Cock Pit - Columbia, SC
The Cove - Geneve On the Lake, OH
The Crooked I - Erie, PA
The Cubby Bear - Chicago, IL
The Dame - Lexington, KY
The Dell - Columbus, OH
The Docksider - 1015 State St Erie, PA
The Donkey O.T. - 1630 Federal Boulevard Denver, CO
The Down East Saloon - Homer, AK
The Drop Shop - Huntington, WV
The Duck Room - St. Louis, MO
The Fairview Inn - Talkeetna, AK
The Firehouse - St. Louis, MO
The Foundry - Dayton, OH
The Funk Box - Baltimore, MD
The Garage - Washington, DC
The Gazzette - Parma, OH
The Get Together Festival - Huntington, PA
The Green Building - Louisvillle, KY
The Green Room - Iowa City, IA
The Grey Eagle - Asheville, NC
The Grog and Tankard - Washington, DC
The Grog Shop - Cleveland Hts., OH
The Hard Hat Cafe Concert Hall - Toledo, OH
The Haunt - Ithaca, NY
The Inferno - Steamboat Springs, CO
The Jackalope - Vail, CO
The Knitting Factory - Los Angeles, CA
The Loft - 414 E. Michigan Ave Lansing, MI
The Magic Bag - Ferndale, MI
The Magic Stick - Detroit, MI
The Main Event - Toledo, OH
The Maintenance Shop - Ames, IA
The Melkweg - Amsterdam, NL
The Metro - Toledo, OH
The Mission - 1749 Tenth St. NE Canton, OH
The Muse - Nantucket, MA
The Nines - Ithaca, NY
The Odeon - Cleveland, OH
The Omni - Toledo, OH
The Oriental Theatre - Denver, CO
The Orpheum - Madison, WI
The Outback Lodge - Charlottesville, VA
The Outback Logde - Charlottesville, VA
The Outpost - Glen Jean, WV
The Paragon - College Park, MD
The Parish at the House of Blues - New Orleans, LA
The Patio - Columbus, OH
The Pelican Cove - Akron, OH
The Phantasy - Lakewood, OH
The Ranch Bowl - Omaha, NE
The Rave - Milwaukee, WI
The Redmoor - 3187 Linwood Avenue Cincinnati, OH
The Rhythm House Café - Bridgeville, PA
The Rio - Moab, UT
The Ritz - Missoula, MT
The Roost - Denison University, OH
The Roost - Denison University - Granville, OH
The Sanctuary - Huber Heights, OH
The Savoy - Ypsilanti, MI
The Scene Pavilion - Cleveland, OH
The Showplace - Buffalo, NY
The Snow Goose Theater - Anchorage, AK
The Sound Factory - Charleston, WV
The Stage Door- Lehigh University - Bethlehem, PA
The Stoned Monkey - Huntington, WV
The Swindlefish - Athens, OH
The Swindlefish Saloon - Athens, OH
The Temple Club - Lansing, MI
The Terminal - Traverse City, MI
The Terrace - Madison, WI
The Underworld - Breckenridge, CO
The Vault - Baltimore, MD
The Venue of Drxvms - 13 W Stimson Ave. Athens, OH
The Venue On 3rd - 905 East Third Street Dayton, OH
The Vogue - Indianapolis, IN
The Waterbowl - Muncie, IN
The Wild Duck - Eugene, OR
Thirsty's - Pittsburgh, PA
Thirty One West - 31 West Church St Newark, OH
Thomas More College - Crestview Hills, KY
Thompson House - 24 E 3rd Street Newport, KY
Three Sisters Park - Chilicothe, IL
Thunderbird Café - 4023 Butler St. Pittsburgh, PA
Time-Out - Steamboat Springs, CO
Tipitina's - New Orleans, LA
Togetherfest - Branson, MO
Toledo Civic Center - Toledo, OH
Toledo Seagate Centre - Toledo, OH
Tony's - Fort Collins, CO
Top Cats - Cincinnati, OH
Top Hat - Missoula, MT
Top of the Stairs - Blacksburg, VA
Tower Records - East Lansing, MI
Town Pump Tavern - Detroit, MI
Tractor Tavern - Seattle, WA
Transylvania University - Lexington, KY
Trax - Bend, OR
Tree Sound Studios - Norcross, GA
Tribeca Blues - New York, NY
Trip -n- Brady's Campground - Terra Alta, WV
Trocodero - Philadelphia, PA
Tulagi - Boulder, CO
Turkey Ridge - Cincinnati, OH
Tussey Mountain - State College, PA
Uncle Buck's - New Marshfield, OH
Uncle Dan's Tavern - Mt. Vernon, OH
Uncle Festers - Bloomington, IN
Uncle Pleasants - Louisville, KY
Undercurrent National Music Conference - Cleveland, OH
University of Cincinnati - Cincinnati, OH
University of Dayton - Dayton, OH
University of Kentucky - Lexington, KY
University of Toledo - Toledo, OH
Uptown Theater - Washington, PA
USS Intrepid - NY, NY
V Club - Huntington, WV
Val Du Lakes - Mears, MI
Valentines - Albany, NY
Variety Theatre - Atlanta, GA
Vasa Park - Blottopia Festival - South Elgin, IL
Venice Club - Millfield, OH
Ventura Theater - Ventura, CA
Vestaburg Rock-N-Reggae - Vestaburg, MI
Victor's - San Diego, CA
Victory's - Columbus, OH
Vinnie's - Huntington, WV
Virginia Brewing Company - Winchester, VA
W.O. Wrights - Beaver Creek, OH
W.O.W. Hall - Eugene, OR
Wakarusa Festival - Lawrence, KS
Wakarusa Music Festival - Ozark, AR
Wanee Festival - Live Oak, FL
War Eagle Club - Auburn, AL
Water Street Music Hall - Rochester, NY
Waterfront Park - Louisville, KY
Waterloo - Chicago, IL
WCBE Studio - Columbus, OH
West Side Cheers - Binghampton, NY
Wetlands Preserve - New York, NY
WHEE Festival - Harrisburg, OR
Whippersnap Music and Arts Festival - Hide-a-Way Lakes Campground, 8045 Van Emmon Road Yorkville, IL
Whiskey A Go-Go - Hollywood, CA
Wilmer's Park - Brandywine, MD
Wingo Arena - Hilton Head, SC
Wings - 7902 North Dixie Drive Dayton, OH
Winstons - San Diego, CA
Wisteria Event Campground - 9825 State Route 684 Pomeroy, OH
Wittenberg University - Wittfest - Springfield, OH
Woodland's Tavern - 1200 W 3rd Ave. Columbus, OH
Woodling Gymnasium - Cleveland State University - Cleveland, OH
Woodpeckers - Youngstown, OH
World of Beer Craft Brewfest - Easton - Columbus, OH
Wrigleyside - Chicago, IL
WRNR 103.1 - Annapolis, MD
Yachting Club - Cleveland, OH
Yucatan - 1851 Tiffin Ave. Findley, OH
Zane Shawnee Caverns - Bellfontaine, OH
Zephyr Club - Salt Lake City, UT
Zeta Beta Tau - Ithaca, NY
Ziggy's - Winston-Salem, NC
Zydeco - Birmingham, AL

Setlistless Shows


(338 total shows) February 29, 1992 - Peabody's Cafe Cleveland, OH
March 4, 1992 - South Heidelberg Columbus, OH
March 5, 1992 - Euclid Tavern Euclid, OH
March 6, 1992 - Ozzie's Balcony Oxford, OH
March 11, 1992 - South Heidelberg Columbus, OH
March 17, 1992 - Ruby Tuesday's Springfield, OH
March 18, 1992 - South Heidelberg Columbus, OH
March 25, 1992 - South Heidelberg Columbus, OH
March 27, 1992 - Chelsies Columbus, OH
March 28, 1992 - Dugout Athens, OH
April 2, 1992 - JB's Kent, OH
April 8, 1992 - South Heidelberg Columbus, OH
April 9, 1992 - Chelsies Columbus, OH
April 10, 1992 - Peabody's Cafe Cleveland, OH
April 11, 1992 - Dugout Athens, OH
April 15, 1992 - South Heidelberg Columbus, OH
April 16, 1992 - Kilgore's Cincinnati, OH
April 22, 1992 - South Heidelberg Columbus, OH
April 23, 1992 - Ozzie's Balcony Oxford, OH
April 24, 1992 - Sudzy's Cincinnati, OH
April 25, 1992 - The Gazzette Parma, OH
April 29, 1992 - South Heidelberg Columbus, OH
April 30, 1992 - JB's Kent, OH
May 1, 1992 - Bethany College Bethany, WV
May 2, 1992 - Kilgore's Cincinnati, OH
May 6, 1992 - South Heidelberg Columbus, OH
May 7, 1992 - Sudzy's Cincinnati, OH
May 9, 1992 - Ruby Tuesdays Columbus, OH
May 13, 1992 - South Heidelberg Columbus, OH
May 15, 1992 - Ozzie's Balcony Oxford, OH
May 16, 1992 - Kappa Sigma Columbus, OH
May 20, 1992 - South Heidelberg Columbus, OH
May 23, 1992 - Dugout Athens, OH
May 27, 1992 - South Heidelberg Columbus, OH
May 28, 1992 - Rick's Cafe Chagrin Falls, OH
May 29, 1992 - The Gazzette Parma, OH
June 3, 1992 - South Heidelberg Columbus, OH
June 6, 1992 - Ruby Tuesdays Columbus, OH
June 8, 1992 - Dover Lake Richfield, OH
June 8, 1992 - Arts Festival Columbus, OH
July 16, 1992 - Turkey Ridge Cincinnati, OH
July 17, 1992 - Peabody's Cafe Cleveland, OH
July 22, 1992 - South Heidelberg Columbus, OH
July 24, 1992 - Ruby Tuesdays Columbus, OH
July 25, 1992 - Dugout Athens, OH
July 29, 1992 - South Heidelberg Columbus, OH
July 30, 1992 - Rick's Cafe Chagrin Falls, OH
July 31, 1992 - The Docksider Erie, PA
August 1, 1992 - The Gazzette Parma, OH
August 5, 1992 - South Heidelberg Columbus, OH
August 12, 1992 - South Heidelberg Columbus, OH
August 13, 1992 - Rick's Cafe Chagrin Falls, OH
August 14, 1992 - Peabody's Cafe Cleveland, OH
August 15, 1992 - Chelsies Columbus, OH
August 19, 1992 - South Heidelberg Columbus, OH
August 20, 1992 - The Docksider Erie, PA
August 26, 1992 - South Heidelberg Columbus, OH
September 5, 1992 - Daily Double Akron, OH
September 9, 1992 - South Heidelberg Columbus, OH
September 11, 1992 - South Heidelberg Columbus, OH
September 12, 1992 - Peabody's Cafe Cleveland, OH
September 16, 1992 - South Heidelberg Columbus, OH
September 18, 1992 - Kilgore's Cincinnati, OH
September 19, 1992 - JB's Kent, OH
September 23, 1992 - South Heidelberg Columbus, OH
September 24, 1992 - Ozzie's Balcony Oxford, OH
September 29, 1992 - JB's Kent, OH
September 30, 1992 - South Heidelberg Columbus, OH
October 1, 1992 - Mirror Lake - Ohio State University Columbus, OH
October 3, 1992 - Daily Double Akron, OH
October 6, 1992 - The Grog Shop Cleveland Hts., OH
October 7, 1992 - South Heidelberg Columbus, OH
October 8, 1992 - The Docksider Erie, PA
October 10, 1992 - Stache's Columbus, OH
October 14, 1992 - South Heidelberg Columbus, OH
October 15, 1992 - Ruby Tuesdays Columbus, OH
October 16, 1992 - Peabody's Cafe Cleveland, OH
October 17, 1992 - Menke's Pub Mt. Vernon, OH
October 21, 1992 - South Heidelberg Columbus, OH
October 22, 1992 - Ozzie's Balcony Oxford, OH
October 23, 1992 - Kilgore's Cincinnati, OH
October 24, 1992 - Headliner's Muncie, IN
October 28, 1992 - South Heidelberg Columbus, OH
October 31, 1992 - Court Street Athens, OH
November 4, 1992 - South Heidelberg Columbus, OH
November 5, 1992 - Rick's Cafe Chagrin Falls, OH
November 6, 1992 - The Gazzette Parma, OH
November 7, 1992 - Ruby Tuesdays Columbus, OH
November 11, 1992 - South Heidelberg Columbus, OH
November 12, 1992 - JB's Kent, OH
November 13, 1992 - Daily Double Akron, OH
November 19, 1992 - Kilgore's Cincinnati, OH
November 20, 1992 - Ozzie's Balcony Oxford, OH
November 21, 1992 - Dugout Athens, OH
November 25, 1992 - South Heidelberg Columbus, OH
November 28, 1992 - The Grog Shop Cleveland Hts., OH
December 2, 1992 - South Heidelberg Columbus, OH
December 3, 1992 - JB's Kent, OH
December 4, 1992 - Club Calabash Lakewood, OH
December 5, 1992 - The Gazzette Parma, OH
December 9, 1992 - South Heidelberg Columbus, OH
December 10, 1992 - Peabody's Cafe Cleveland, OH
December 11, 1992 - Menke's Pub Mt. Vernon, OH
December 12, 1992 - Chelsies Columbus, OH
December 25, 1992 - Daily Double Akron, OH
December 26, 1992 - South Heidelberg Columbus, OH
January 6, 1993 - South Heidelberg Columbus, OH
January 7, 1993 - Rick's Cafe Chagrin Falls, OH
January 8, 1993 - Club Calabash Lakewood, OH
January 14, 1993 - Menke's Pub Mt. Vernon, OH
February 10, 1993 - South Heidelberg Columbus, OH
February 11, 1993 - Easy Street Cafe Bowling Green, OH
February 25, 1993 - JB's Kent, OH
February 26, 1993 - Headliner's Muncie, IN
March 4, 1993 - Lynagh's Lexington, KY
March 5, 1993 - Ozzie's Balcony Oxford, OH
March 6, 1993 - Kilgore's Cincinnati, OH
March 11, 1993 - Ruby Tuesday's Springfield, OH
April 2, 1993 - Club Calabash Lakewood, OH
April 9, 1993 - Uncle Pleasants Louisville, KY
April 24, 1993 - Kilgore's Cincinnati, OH
April 24, 1993 - Springfest Ashland, OH
April 29, 1993 - JB's Kent, OH
April 30, 1993 - The Beer Mug Erie, PA
May 1, 1993 - The Gazzette Parma, OH
May 5, 1993 - Not Al's Rockers Columbus, OH
May 7, 1993 - Uncle Pleasants Louisville, KY
May 21, 1993 - Springfest Cincinnati, OH
May 27, 1993 - JB's Kent, OH
June 9, 1993 - Not Al's Rockers Columbus, OH
July 2, 1993 - Daily Double Akron, OH
August 6, 1993 - Top Cats Cincinnati, OH
August 7, 1993 - Peabody's Cafe Cleveland, OH
August 12, 1993 - JB's Kent, OH
August 15, 1993 - Rock Steady '93 Huntsburg, OH
August 16, 1993 - Peabody's Cafe Cleveland, OH
August 20, 1993 - West Side Cheers Binghampton, NY
August 21, 1993 - West Side Cheers Binghampton, NY
August 28, 1993 - Easy Street Cafe Bowling Green, OH
September 3, 1993 - Top Cats Cincinnati, OH
September 4, 1993 - Horizontal Boogie Bar Rochester, NY
September 9, 1993 - JB's Kent, OH
September 10, 1993 - Peabody's Cafe Cleveland, OH
September 11, 1993 - Bacchanalia Festival Wooster, OH
September 18, 1993 - Festival of Four Directions Tuba City, AZ
November 14, 1993 - Club 700 High Columbus, OH
November 23, 1993 - B.K.Flyers Columbus, OH
November 28, 1993 - Club 700 High Columbus, OH
July 7, 1994 - Phoenix Hill Louisville, KY
July 8, 1994 - Newport Music Hall Columbus, OH
August 14, 1996 - Centennial Terrace Sylvania, OH
August 16, 1996 - The Drop Shop Huntington, WV
August 17, 1996 - Grape Jam Erie, PA
August 19, 1996 - Nyabinghi Dance Club Morgantown, WV
August 21, 1996 - Wetlands Preserve New York, NY
August 22, 1996 - Ocean Mist Matunuck, RI
August 23, 1996 - Globe Theatre Norwalk, CT
August 24, 1996 - Club Toast Burlington, VT
September 28, 1996 - The Asylum Toledo, OH
October 3, 1996 - Riptides Lexington, KY
October 4, 1996 - The Drop Shop Huntington, WV
October 9, 1996 - Gatsby's Asheville, NC
October 11, 1996 - The Brewery Raliegh, NC
October 15, 1996 - The Blind Pig Ann Arbor, MI
October 16, 1996 - Small Planet East Lansing, MI
October 17, 1996 - Intersections Grand Rapids, MI
October 24, 1996 - Second Story Bloomington, IN
October 25, 1996 - Mississippi Nights St. Louis, MO
October 26, 1996 - ? Champlain, IL
October 30, 1996 - The Asylum Toledo, OH
November 1, 1996 - Newport Music Hall Columbus, OH
November 5, 1996 - Fox Theatre Boulder, CO
November 6, 1996 - Tony's Fort Collins, CO
November 7, 1996 - Garton's Vail, CO
November 8, 1996 - Moontime Bar and Grill Nederland, CO
November 9, 1996 - Manhattens Colorado Springs, CO
November 10, 1996 - Murphy's Steamboat Springs, CO
November 13, 1996 - Granada Lawrence, KS
November 14, 1996 - Down Under Columbia, MO
November 21, 1996 - The Blind Pig Ann Arbor, MI
November 23, 1996 - Small Planet East Lansing, MI
November 27, 1996 - The Asylum Toledo, OH
November 30, 1996 - Graffitti's Pittsburgh, PA
December 4, 1996 - The Drop Shop Huntington, WV
December 6, 1996 - Cat's Cradle Carborro, NC
December 7, 1996 - Skylite Wilmington, NC
December 13, 1996 - Colby Waterville, ME
December 20, 1996 - Intersections Grand Rapids, MI
December 27, 1996 - The Asylum Toledo, OH
December 29, 1996 - 1470 West Dayton, OH
December 31, 1996 - Newport Music Hall Columbus, OH
January 8, 1997 - Dugout Athens, OH
January 11, 1997 - Club Soda Kalamazoo, MI
January 16, 1997 - Riptides Lexington, KY
January 17, 1997 - The Drop Shop Huntington, WV
January 18, 1997 - Bluegrass Brewing Company Louisville, KY
January 23, 1997 - Second Story Bloomington, IN
January 25, 1997 - JB's Kent, OH
February 4, 1997 - Wetlands Preserve New York, NY
February 5, 1997 - Columbia Club Princeton, NJ
February 8, 1997 - Newport Music Hall Columbus, OH
February 12, 1997 - Small Planet East Lansing, MI
February 21, 1997 - The Bottleneck Lawrence, KS
February 27, 1997 - The Inferno Steamboat Springs, CO
March 4, 1997 - Moontime Bar and Grill Nederland, CO
March 6, 1997 - Manhattens Colorado Springs, CO
March 13, 1997 - Newport Music Hall Columbus, OH
March 15, 1997 - House of Blues Chicago, IL
March 27, 1997 - Sycamore Gardens Cincinnati, OH
March 28, 1997 - The Odeon Cleveland, OH
April 2, 1997 - Small Planet East Lansing, MI
April 5, 1997 - Sigma Alpha Epsilon Greencastle, IN
April 10, 1997 - Stadium Oxford, OH
April 12, 1997 - Hoghead McDunagh's Chicago, IL
April 16, 1997 - Second Story Bloomington, IN
April 25, 1997 - Newport Music Hall Columbus, OH
April 26, 1997 - Jefferson Jam Cincinnati, OH
May 1, 1997 - Bluegrass Brewing Company Louisville, KY
May 3, 1997 - Graffitti's Pittsburgh, PA
May 28, 1997 - Second Story Bloomington, IN
May 29, 1997 - Lynagh's Lexington, KY
May 31, 1997 - Bluegrass Brewing Company Louisville, KY
June 5, 1997 - Broadway Oyster Bar St. Louis, MO
June 6, 1997 - Cabooze Minneapolis, MN
June 12, 1997 - Intersections Grand Rapids, MI
June 13, 1997 - Club Soda Kalamazoo, MI
June 15, 1997 - Riverfest Toledo, OH
June 19, 1997 - The Bayou Washington, DC
June 26, 1997 - Graffitti's Pittsburgh, PA
July 2, 1997 - Humpty's Lake Tahoe, CA
July 3, 1997 - High Sierra Music Festival Bear Valley, CA
July 5, 1997 - Great American Music Hall San Francisco, CA
July 8, 1997 - Moontime Bar and Grill Nederland, CO
July 9, 1997 - The Bluebird Denver, CO
July 10, 1997 - Mishawaka Bellvue, CO
July 12, 1997 - Hoghead McDunagh's Chicago, IL
July 16, 1997 - The Blind Pig Ann Arbor, MI
July 18, 1997 - Lynagh's Lexington, KY
July 22, 1997 - House of Blues Chicago, IL
August 9, 1997 - Annie's Cincinnati, OH
August 11, 1997 - Nelson Ledges Garrettsville, OH
August 22, 1997 - Cat's Cradle Carborro, NC
September 6, 1997 - Hippiefest East Sparta, OH
September 10, 1997 - Second Story Bloomington, IN
September 17, 1997 - Lynagh's Lexington, KY
September 19, 1997 - The Brewery Louisville, KY
October 6, 1997 - Gunnerz Iowa City, IA
October 7, 1997 - The Maintenance Shop Ames, IA
October 8, 1997 - Granada Lawrence, KS
October 14, 1997 - Zephyr Club Salt Lake City, UT
October 16, 1997 - Great American Music Hall San Francisco, CA
October 18, 1997 - Rosie McCanns Santa Cruz, CA
October 21, 1997 - EMU Ballroom, University of Oregon Eugene, OR
October 23, 1997 - OK Hotel Seattle, WA
October 24, 1997 - Milky Way Hood River, OR
October 25, 1997 - Roseland Portland, OR
October 29, 1997 - Crystal Corner Madison, WI
May 16, 1998 - Showplace Buffalo, NY
June 20, 1998 - Gathering of the Vibes Plattsburgh, NY
July 15, 1998 - River City Saloon Hood River, OR
July 16, 1998 - Good Times Eugene, OR
July 17, 1998 - Ballard Firehouse Seattle, WA
July 17, 1998 - Bite of Seattle Seattle, WA
October 20, 1998 - Proud Larry's Oxford, MS
November 2, 1998 - Fox Theatre Boulder, CO
November 3, 1998 - Aggie Theater Fort Collins, CO
November 5, 1998 - Top Hat Missoula, MT
November 8, 1998 - Tractor Tavern Seattle, WA
November 11, 1998 - Cafe Tomo Arcata, CA
November 13, 1998 - Maritime Hall SAn Francisco, CA
November 16, 1998 - Don Quixotes Aurora, CO
November 19, 1998 - The Bottleneck Lawrence, KS
November 20, 1998 - Que Bar Iowa City, IA
November 21, 1998 - The Firehouse St. Louis, MO
November 29, 1998 - Newport Music Hall Columbus, OH
January 21, 1999 - Gallettes Tuscaloosa, AL
January 29, 1999 - Nietzsche's Buffalo, NY
March 11, 1999 - The Wild Duck Eugene, OR
March 13, 1999 - Berbatis Pan Portland, OR
March 15, 1999 - Great American Music Hall San Francisco, CA
March 16, 1999 - Ventura Theater Ventura, CA
March 20, 1999 - Aggie Theater Fort Collins, CO
March 21, 1999 - Don Quixotes Aurora, CO
April 16, 1999 - Indiana 420 Festival Elliotsville, IN
March 1, 2002 - The Barrymore Theater Madison, WI
December 11, 2002 - Aggie Theater Fort Collins, CO
January 30, 2003 - Music Farm Charleston, SC
February 28, 2003 - Madison Theater Peoria, IL
March 20, 2003 - Music Farm Charleston, SC
June 7, 2003 - Ozark Outdoors River Resort Leasburg, MO
June 11, 2003 - Milford Lake Junction City, KS
September 17, 2003 - Cicero's St. Louis, MO
September 18, 2003 - O'Malley's Manhatten, KS
September 19, 2003 - Togetherfest Branson, MO
November 5, 2003 - The Ranch Bowl Omaha, NE
November 21, 2003 - Brandyhouse Atlanta, GA
December 3, 2003 - Monkey Bar Huntington, WV
February 6, 2004 - The Canopy Club Urbana, IL
September 24, 2004 - 123 Pleasant Street Morgantown, WV
March 19, 2005 - The Blue Cat Bellefontaine, OH
December 28, 2007 - The Magic Stick Detroit, MI
December 28, 2007 - The Magic Stick Detroit, MI
July 18, 2008 - Chaffee Gathering Girard, PA
March 13, 2009 - Virginia Brewing Company Winchester, VA
July 18, 2009 - Chaffee Gathering Girard, PA
July 10, 2010 - Park Theater Holland, MI
December 4, 2010 - Crump Theater Columbus, IN
December 11, 2010 - Play By Play Cincinnati, OH
January 22, 2011 - Holland Park Theater Holland, MI
March 11, 2011 - Thunderbird Café Pittsburgh, PA
March 25, 2011 - The Crooked I Erie, PA
May 13, 2011 - Redux Festival at The Bear's Den Victor, MT
May 14, 2011 - Redux Festival at The Bear's Den Victor, MT
June 18, 2011 - Jam-Boree Ellicotville, NY
July 8, 2011 - The Cove Geneve On the Lake, OH
July 9, 2011 - The Sound Factory Charleston, WV
May 12, 2012 - Karma Music Festival Morehead, KY
October 12, 2012 - Jergels Pittsburgh, PA
February 16, 2013 - Holland Park Theater Holland, MI
August 10, 2013 - Fest Possible Cleveland, OH
September 14, 2013 - Legend Valley Music Center Thornville, OH
October 25, 2013 - Frontier Ranch Kirkersville, OH
October 26, 2013 - Frontier Ranch Kirkersville, OH
January 24, 2014 - ,
April 8, 2014 - JAMMaica Negril, JA
April 10, 2014 - JAMMaica Negril, JA
April 11, 2014 - JAMMaica Negril, JA
November 6, 2014 - Ram's Head Live Baltimore, MD
February 21, 2015 - Birdy's Indianapolis, IN
June 20, 2015 - Zane Shawnee Caverns Bellfontaine, OH
August 9, 2015 - Shickalay’s On The Bay Erie, PA
June 24, 2016 - Goodfellows Mansfield, OH
July 22, 2016 - Frontier Ranch Kirkersville, OH
July 23, 2016 - ,
September 24, 2016 - Goodfellows Mansfield, OH
June 23, 2017 - Comfest Columbus, OH
August 11, 2017 - Cowpie Music Festival Alaska, MI
August 12, 2017 - Yucatan Findley, OH

JA Setlists

(18 total shows)
Comments: *Intro with a Stir It Up-> No Woman, No Cry Jam; **Steve's rig was down, ***denotes 1st time played, Champagne opened

Comments: *done reggae-style, "Red Stripe Boogie"
Show Nuggets:
Nakamichi CM300s with cp-1 cardioids -> Sony PCM-M1 (Download | Stream)
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dub Joined: July 9, 2009 Posts: 0 Posted On: July 20, 2009

Jamaica

Time for my review and to jot down my thoughts and memories, as for them not to escape my mind on the wonderful time we had on the island. So I guess I'll start from Tuesday PM before heading to Cleveland Hopkins International. I headed to Doug and Julie's house and left my truck in their driveway and hopped a ride with them to head to Kent to pick up Danni. Shortly thereafter we headed to Cleveland and the four of us got a room at the Fairfield Inn. I think that was the way to go. We paid $65 for the room that night and it allowed us to leave the car there for the week for free. We got there around 11 PM and ordered a pizza. With my nightly schedule, it didn't allow much time for sleep, between that and the anticipation of the following day. I think I took a nap from 2:30 AM to 3:30 AM and then stared at the ceiling until 5:15 AM when we were to get up to be at the airport by 6 AM. I bought a new CD player with an alarm that allows you to wake up to a specific song on the CD, which for us was from The Shantee on 3/29/02 - The Happy Song. I was up and dancing like a fool before the sun came up. Excited and ready to go, we showered and took the 6:20 AM shuttle to the airport and waited in the line for about 2 hours. From that point in my day until we hit Negril it turned so sour that I just wanted to turn around and go home. We had to go through the X-Ray terminal and I brought my spare DAT deck just in case. That seemed to set everything off everywhere, causing me much hassle. After going through the metal detector, they pulled me off to the side and searched me and my possessions. No big deal, as I was expecting it. They made me take off my shoes and wanded me and went through my backpack pretty thoroughly. Oh well. Off to stand in line for a drink before boarding the plane (drinking at 8 AM?). The line never seemed to move so we skipped it and stood in line to board the plane. The band got on first and I think I was the first person next in line to get on when they came to me again and said, "random search, please step over here." About this time I started to get mildly irate. They had just done this to me 15 minutes earlier and I was getting tired as it was starting to become a hassle. Again, off with the shoes and through my backpack again. I got short with the guy, kicked my shoes off and dealt with it. Finally, on to the plane for what ended up being one of the best turbulence-free flights ever. Three and a half hours later we were in Mo-Bay getting off the plane, filling out immigration forms, claiming our luggage and trying to get to the bus to Negril. Standing in line I met up with Dan The Soundman Mesnard. He informed me that my DAT deck that I put in his rack to record the shows was denied by management and was left in Cleveland locked in the truck. Nice time to tell me that, after we've landed in Jamaica. I was pissed to say the least. Something about not being able to add it to the inventory list. Whatever. I felt the least that could be done when trying to do something constructive in helping the band remember their trip would be to, at the very least, inform me that they were going to do such a thing. He said he e-mailed me, which after going through my spam account, found out he sent it to dubba@dubba.com instead of dub@dubba.com. Thank goodness I'm not dumb enough to come totally unprepared for the situation. I thought something like this might happen and brought my portable just in case. It was just a pain in the ass lugging it around everywhere and always being searched. Anyway, we exchanged a few hundred US dollars for the 46.5 : 1 JA and got on our way. We paid our dollar to the baggage man and got on the bus to Negril. The trip seemed shorter this time around and the midway break was well needed, as this time when they initially loaded us up on Red Stripes, they were beyond already warm. My stomach was a bit queasy so a Ting was right on the money. The sugar laden grapefruit refreshment hit the spot and in another 45 minutes we were in Negril at Fun Holiday. Unfortunately they wouldn't let us get to our stored baggage from the bus until we went through the orientation. So we stood there sweating in long pants and all of our carry-ons for the next half an hour while we listened to these goofballs babble. Finally, our room key (which they only had one of) and our room. I'm going to comment on this and that will be the last bit of pessimism that comes from this week in review. The hotel was IN NO WAY worth our money. The hotel wasn't even close to being finished. There was still rebar protruding from the roof and lack of door handles. There was no way to control the AC, except to get the management to turn it up, turn it down, turn it up, turn it down. It was controlled by remote control and there was only one control for the whole hotel. It was either hot and sticky or freezing so cold you had to be under all the covers of the bed to stay comfortable. Lucky we were only in there to sleep. The gravel right outside our steps made coming from the beach a bear but finally being in comfortable clothes and our toes in the sand made it so much worth it. Off to the bar for quite a few dirty bananas, good food and a lot of friends. We met George, the local handyman who told us if we ever needed anything that we could come to him. He would be there all week. So we did. All I asked was that when I wanted something, that I didn't want to be yanked around and I wanted what I asked for, which was the real deal. He totally came through and realized what I was about and we were on common grounds as far as understanding each other. So we got in the water for a few and watched the sun set as we continued to drink while listening to the local reggae band. The one hour of sleep eventually caught up with us so we headed to bed around 1 AM.

It's now Thursday morning and I awoke pretty early, 8 AM or so, and decided to hop to the beach for a few hours of sun and fun and a bit of the ocean. It wasn't soon after that it was time for a few foo-foo drinks. Those dirty bananas sure do go down quickly in the hot sun. I failed to remember one thing though, no matter how much suntan lotion I put on, the first time in the year that I'm in the sun, I burn. This was no exception. After putting on lotion twice and drinking heavily in the sun while Danni and almost all of our Fun Holiday posse decided to venture into the world of snorkeling, I grew extremely tired and worn out. The only remedy to that concoction is sleep, and that I did. All the way through dinner. I was mad at myself when I woke up around 10:30 PM because one of the few things I truly love to do while I'm there is visit with Lloydie and Paula at 3 Dives. Well, I slept right through that and was bummed to miss dinner. Danni was kind enough to accompany me during my dinner on the Fun Holiday beach. Their curried conch was to die for, along with the lobster fritters. That's mostly what we ate when eating at our resort. We were trying new places when we could, but this was quick and cheap. We hung out outside of our hotel for a bit and then made it an early night. Being burnt sucks the life right out of you. I swore to myself that I was searching for aloe in the morning. Thanks to Hope for the Solarcaine. It did wonders on the heat emitting from under my skin.

So it's finally the first of the three show nights and the anticipation is starting to stir in everyone from the waking point through the countdown of the day. We started off the day off right with breakfast at Selina's. Danni and I both had the "band special" which consisted of a cheese and calaloo omelet and a banana pancake. The orange juice is the most naturally sweetened on the planet. Thumbs up there, between that and the Jamaican blue mountain coffee I was in ecstasy. I almost forgot what it tasted like. It had been since 99 since I had a cup. We ordered 15 freshly roasted pounds for Tuesday to take back with us. Just for note, Selina used to run the Blue Mountain Coffee Shop and something went awry with the owner and she moved slightly south down the road and opened her own place with Big Roy and Zoe, their daughter. They appear to be doing well for themselves. After brunch we headed to the beach for some sand, sun and water. Being burnt wasn't fun for the first half the week I was there, but I dealt with it. I used lotion more than I should have and tried to keep what was burned covered. It was time for a shower and a stroll down the beach and then for some food. You know how it can be in Jamaica, you eat lunch and shortly after go to dinner. That way you can still fit in two meals a day. While Selina is pretty good on the time between ordering and receiving your food, you never know what dinner may hold. Irv, Liz Danni and I headed toward Mariner's Negril Beach Club not knowing where else we were stopping along the way. I few brief pit stops to liquefy our innards and relax our minds. Liz had a few things she needed to do and I wanted to find specific show times and what kind of patch things I needed. That was quite a walk from Fun Holiday to Mariners, and we did it there and back twice, refusing to cab it either time, either way. It was still fun despite lugging 50 pounds worth of crap with me. I found aloe from the stalk and gooped it all over me and boy, did that feel good. I didn't feel burnt for a few hours. After doing what we set out to do I decided it had been long enough in wait before I wanted to venture to Alfred's for not only the best fish & chips on the planet, but the best dirty bananas on the island. They were J100 cheaper than Fun Holiday and three times as strong. We were buzzed after two of them, but that didn't stop me from indulging in a few more before stumbling back down the beach. It wasn't too long after this that it was getting close to show time. Well, at least for me. I like to be there early to get everything ready to make it a stress free evening. So Irv, Danni and I hit the sand barefoot and relieved. The sunburn isn't conducive to carrying a 50 pound backpack. My props go to Irv for his kindness. We decided that somewhere along the way we were going to stop for a refreshment. Mom's Place it was, Why? I don't really know but it seemed right at the time. It's good to get off the feet and suck down a cold one every hour or so. We ended up at the show, I got everything taken care of with a drink in my hand when Liz appeared with the news of cybercast and thinking of e-mailing the list. I was somewhat hesitant of getting on a computer. I wanted nothing to do with one the entire time I was there. At the same time we thought it was our responsibility to let everyone know. So I got on it for a matter of minutes about an hour before show time (thanks Aaron for photo archiving that one). On to the show. It had been a week or so since they had played together and at that, had gone their independent ways for the week in getting down there. It appeared to me that this showed in their playing this night. To me, it seemed like they were slightly out of sync. Each of the sets were slightly shorter than usual as the band played on. The opened up with Surround, a classic version at that. Good Time (Merry-Go-Round) is always a crowd pleaser to most. Personally I think it should be stuck in the same spot as Pride of Cucamonga. Springtime Again makes me smile. Although we haven't really seen much of spring and it was like summer there, the reminder of the aliveness and energy around you is quite key. Burial, good ol' Cliff. Right on time with the reggae. The Jamaican locals were freaking out behind me at this point. They were amazed at how right on the boys version appeared. They said, "it a lit'l fast but not much." Dave came right back with Life Is Good. Boy is it ever. I don't think it could have been at this point. I never wanted to leave there. Thief was next. This is one of my favorite songs to groove to, although the depth of the sand made that quite difficult. The more deep you dig your feet in the sand, the cooler they become. Sweet! Dave finally decided to get on the acoustic for and Ol' Montana Red Dog -> Grass. I thought that might end the set so they could play a long second set. It was not to be. Ed felt like reminding us how good it was to be alive. My, my love the buzz of that Dragonfly. They ripped it up and it was soon time for a break. Everybody did their thing and next thing we knew, hookah was on stage and they simultaneously launch into Utopia. How could they not? We were there, weren't we? I thought so. Next up they boys threw a twist at us with a reggae-style version of Another You. I have to admit, that was a kick in the you know where. Woo freaking hoo!!!! Cliff busted out Let's Make It-> Boogie Chillun, which blew so much smoke that it appeared to bellow fire. The Indica & Sativa-> Bottle of Wine sandwich to follow reminded me of a lot of love and to many others on why they were there. Loner solidified that impression permanently in my mind. Red Stripe Boogie into The Streetbeater ended the set nicely. It's encore time on the first night of three on the island and what was it going to be? Teacher. I enjoyed it thoroughly and wrote that show in the books. Danni waited while I packed up my gear so we could head down the beach to Fun Holiday. I think there was the beginning makings of a Johnny Rotten sighting. The after-hours was to be at The Jungle Club. A few folks went there and then came right back after thinking we were being set up. They claimed it was a bit scary. That, and they were charging a cover to get in. So they ended up heading back across the street and after-hours was to be at Fun Holiday. I think it went on well past dawn, but I lasted till about 4 AM before getting to our room. Danni imbibed it too much RUM PUNCH!! RUM PUNCH!! (as she was saying all night). I think later before she crashed it was saying it back to her. She passed out shortly thereafter.

That leads us to the second show day, Saturday. Again, a crew of us went to Selina's for brunch. This time I had French toast and a cheese omelet. Danni did the band special, sub fresh fruit for the banana pancake. Orange juice and coffee were a must. Michelle waited on us once again while Big Roy cooked. Eventually Selina showed up and we were complete. On our way back to the hotel, we stopped at the cambio to exchange some cash for Jamaican dollar. When we got back we hit the beach for a few drinks and the wetness of the ocean. The water was awesomely warm. About mid-afternoon I treated myself to a much needed massage. An aloe massage from a Jamaican woman named Marlene. Liz had just had one and highly recommended her. Irv followed shortly after me. She only charged $30 for an hour. Well, it wasn't an hour as she put it. It was "until all the aloe is rubbed in." I liked that thought. My sunburn was noticeably less noticeable the rest of the vacation. Thank you Marlene. She was located where Liz and Philip were staying, which was at The Whistling Bird. Her table was set up under a bunch of shady trees where the wind's chill could only breeze. Afterward, I tipped her and decided to soak up some more rays before showering and thoughts of dinner were to enter the thought process. Again, we posse-ed up with Liz, Philip, Doug, Julie, Dan and Kim, Irv, Bruce and Tim and headed up the beach toward the show somewhat early in hopes to be finished in time enough before show time that I didn't stress myself on being punctual. We decided on Kuyaba, which is a "hut like looking" restaurant. They're slightly expensive but well worth the dollar. Their food is top notch and the service was quite prompt. They were very helpful in accommodating such a large party on such a short notice and not having it be three hours in wait. Danni and I split slightly ahead of everyone so I could get to what I needed to do pre-show. Turns out that the band didn't start until 10:30 PM this night, a half an hour later than the previous night. It was supposed to be over by 1:30 AM, which it was Friday night. I was thinking it might be a short show (in comparison to most eh shows) this night. Then it was determined that they could play until 2 AM, which put us back on schedule. I thought the boys were on much more this night than the previous, but they still didn't seem to launch off the planet like usual. Almost like they were holding something back. As I found out at week's end, they were. A doozy of a Tuesday show. They opened up the show with Roller Coaster and The Risk which lit the place up for them to unleash a Dumpster. Then, again like before, they pull out these new cover tunes jammed reggae-style. This time it was James Taylor's, Your Smiling Face. He said it, not me (although I was grinning ear to ear). It was just too funny of a thought to think. What made it even funnier was that they were right on with it. Godspeed was next. Ed jammed an unrecognizable diddy in the middle of it. I'll have to get with him to figure it out because the tapes haven't helped me any either. Clifford moved the show forward in an ever so robust manner with John Henry. And you thought their coffee was strong? Try this dose of Cliff. Dave continued on his smiling pace with Brighter Day before they lay into a rendition of The Beatles, Help! Finally my most favorite of all the classics , Lazy River. It seems like eons since I've heard that tune. It made way for a melt into Lady Vanilla, Ed still handing the acoustic guitar for the fourth tune in a row. That changed once again when he let loose on the wish washing version of one of my all-time favorite Ed tunes, Treasures That I Travel For. Something about the webbing echo effect on the rhythm guitar makes me feel like melting into the granules of sand. Dave jumps onto the acoustic for the first time in the set with Deal With It, the most recent of his acoustic originals. That finalized the set and readied us for a break. We went to Bones place, right next door at Traveler's. Soon enough it was time for second set. There was a Jamaican man whose name I think I made out to Thomas (anyone know for sure?). He started out on some type of reggae rap that the band backed up for a few minutes before I think the crowd was being kind in allowing him to take up precious hookah time. The next thing I knew it was into The Viper's Drag. All 24.5 minutes of it. As much as it's a cover, it's still a classic staple in the hookah diet. It was tasting mighty yummy on this night too. Raging River followed and it was a fun one. I always love hearing that song. Lax ante upped the setlist before Cliff got boisterous yet one more time. This time delivering a version of Canned Heats', Goin' Up the Country. As per request from the night before, Ed decided a killer Daffodils in Detroit was needed. Again, I applauded on the song selection and dug my feel a little deeper in the sand. Dave stepped up to the acoustic guitar and kicked down a Somewhere Down the Line. While not perfect in their delivery, the crowd hooted and hollered in with their acceptance. I thought it best to get the restroom issue dealt with before the encore because the night before after the encore was a wait and a half. Standing in line I called it. It seems like the last four or five times that I have been at a show where they encored with Blue Sky, I have called it. This night was no exception. Another show penned into the archival book and two of the three shows done. We had a few days to relax and catch up from the non-stop wearing of the party hats. Not before a never ending after hours at the Fun Holiday though. While we had to wake them up to serve us alcohol the night before, tonight they were ready for us. My hat goes off to Pinky and Hi-Lo Milo for the raging fire out on the beach. Danni and I geeked ourselves silly, along with about another 100 plus folk that felt like joining us. It wouldn't be a trip if the hookah swim team didn't make an appearance. The amount of participants seems to be dwindling these days. Founded with the bands inception, I was the only one who would get in the water and raise their trunks in the air. This was at 7 AM Sunday morning. It took at least an hour of coercing before convincing my cohort, the Irvmeister, to indulge in a little old time hookah fun. Ferdinand (and Hilary), if you ever read this, you're losing ground on your captainship. Danni and I finally went to bed around 9:30 AM while the Irvmeister and Philip rambled on in the insaneness for a few more hours.

I believe I woke up to the babbling nonsensicalness of Irv a few doors down and one floor up. The daylight smacked me in the face as I came back to a somewhat warped version of reality. I couldn't seem to fall back asleep and after trying for a few, I eventually made my way to the door, where the sun breathed down my neck and the sense of life was pumped back into me, liking it or not. I chose the prior. I speak like things were chaotically crazy. They were. It took me until Tuesday night's show to recuperate. Danni got up within minutes of me and we thought it best to nourish ourselves so we decided to go see what all the hype about The Boat Club was about. Personally, I wasn't impressed. I got the lobster salad sandwich. Likewise, did Danni. It was two slices of toast, no garnish, no side and the salad was no more than a centimeter thick and mostly tomato at that. We chose not to go back there. There was only five minutes of rain on the entire trip and it came here, while we were eating. We were under cover so it wasn't inconvenient in the slightest. It was actually refreshing. It was gone by the time we were done eating. Dan, Kim, Irv, Doug and Julie decided to join Danni and me shortly later on for dinner at Alfred's once again. Again I had the fish and chips and a few dirty bananas. Yum, yum, yum. Deep Space Six played at Alfred's that night and they were starting to set up the fence as we ate. We ended up hanging out porch partying until about 10 PM before choosing to retire for the night. We were both beat from the past few nights.

Monday proved to be well worth the rest the night before. We all went down for brunch to Irie Vibes. I think the amount of people and what we ordered seemed to catch them a little off guard. While I thought the service was good, the food itself took forever. I think this was our longest wait yet. We mostly ordered lobster omelets and I think they had to catch the lobsters first. We were in the shade and in good company with really nothing to do except a bit of shopping, so it didn't really matter. Other than our tummies yelling at us, that is. I thought the food was good, while others left something to be desired. Our group decided to further our day on its mission, as we had to get a few things done before our 3 PM date at Chances for the one tourist thing we decided to do, the sunset booze cruise. We stopped by Selina's to check on our coffee order, as we hadn't been here a bunch since we ordered it and wanted to confirm our deposit. Then right from there we took a taxi into downtown Negril to go to the market. The only thing I can say about the market, other than maybe cheaper prices, is that once you look into a merchant's hut at their goods, all the other merchants hound you to look in their hut. And once you pull out money? It's all over. The amount of Jamaicans the swarm you makes you look like you fumbled the football on the one yard line. Sheesh. Leave me alone. We got back, stopping at the cambio once again, just in time (or so we thought) to walk down to Chances. We got there on time only to find out we weren't really leaving till around 4:20 PM or so. I think they intended us to drink at the bar a bit and feed the local commerce a few more American dollars. Fine with me, as long as there is a dirty banana or two in my hand. After seeing the boat we were going to be boarding, we thought there were so many of us that we might sink it. They claimed that it would hold all of us. They were right, barely. They were serving RUM PUNCH!! RUM PUNCH!! I didn't much care for it though. I little strong and I lot of people were well on the way to being wasted. Nothing like being in the confined company of a ton of wasted people knowing it's going to be more hours and more wasted ness along the way. We set sail for Rick's Cafe up on the cliffs. This is an overpriced rip-off place where you have to buy coins in order to buy drinks, which really blows when you're wasted and it's hard enough just dealing with the Jamaican dollar. Let alone the left over coins you've paid for. A Heineken was $4.40 in U.S. currency. Everywhere else, it was J100, or about $2 U.S. The only savior to the trip for me was the fact that there were 50 foot cliffs to jump from. There were the two naked chicks jumping and then the whole Motts episode. Tommytunz A.K.A. Tommy T-Bar. He got onto the cliff fully clothed and did a striptease act that led to a gold (I think, as I didn't look too closely) G string. He got a smack on the butt so hard from someone it left a hand print (so I'm told) for two days. It was a hoot seeing him rile up the crowd into a mild frenzy before making his way water bound. The trip back was more drunk for most than the way there. While I remained sober, the sunset was well worth the $35 price of admission. We made our way back to Chances by close to an hour after dark. Everyone was planning on getting together to go out for dinner. It ended up being about 30 people strong so Danni and I backed out in the last minutes after our lunch experience hours earlier. We thought it might take forever and a year to get served and we were hungry. As it turns out, dinner for everyone else was a bust. I won't be the one to tell that story, as I wasn't there. I know it had to do with bad service, chicken bones and a few who didn't even get to eat. Danni and I opted for the Fun Holiday one last time. We ate the usual, except they were out of conch, leaving us to eat lobster instead. Dammit, lobster again? Force feed me please. We ended up going to bed shortly after. As we finished up dinner, a reggae band (a bad one at that) was just starting to warm up. They were doing We Are the World in reggae fashion, along with a bunch of other 80s style bad music. I wouldn't have wished it on anyone, making it slightly difficult to block it out enough to fall asleep. Sooner than later we did and the next thing we knew, it was Tuesday.

Our last full day on the island and our last 2002 Jamaica show. One final time we got to eat at Selina's for brunch. And once again we ordered the same as before. We picked up the coffee we ordered as well. We stopped at the cambio on the way there and then again on our way to the cliffs. In between Danni, Irv and I combed the beach attempting to accumulate a few more Jamaican tokens to bring back to our family and friends. Again, being huddled over by the pestering locals looking for the American dollar. This is the way they make their money so I don' think I can completely blame them. Most of my return items were coffee, Appleton rum and Lloydie's jerk sauce. Other than that, I bought the kids a few wood carvings as some jewelry. Danni got them an outfit or two. We stopped for one last Alfred's dirty banana and then returned to take a decent sized swim and tossed around "the vortex", which Philip had gotten me a few months back for my birthday. It's a foam football dart looking object that whistles when you throw it. We tossed it for a bit and then decided that we would get to the Cliffs early for some dinner. We thought the show was going to start a 6 PM, so 4:30 PM sounded like a good time to snag a bus sized taxi. we all piled in, stopped at the cambio and got up there to find out that there was a reggae band, The Sunset Band, on stage from 6 to 7:30 PM. We ordered our dinner around 5 PM and then waited. I got all set up and the opening band played and then they were over. Hookah came onstage and right then our food came (over three hours later). In the meantime, they had set out a $20 all you can eat buffet. That blew. We waited hours for our food and then everyone that bought the ticket ate and we still hadn't eaten. The food was mediocre at best too. And for the price I'll not go too far out on a limb and call it a rip-off. I was just glad that the last show was on something other than sand. Sand and DAT decks aren't too compatible. Neither is trying to dance. It reminded me of last Spring hookahville in the mud. The more you danced, the further you sank. As for the show, well, I believe you can term it as epic. This was I think one of the best shows I've seen, It's definitely in the top ten. They started off the show with (appropriately enough from the night before's dinner) Bone. Secondly, they jammed out a Sister Sugar that let you know right then that they were leaving all the musical energy they had left on the island. Moonstone flowed which segued nicely into Voodoo Stew. Caravan echoed from their musical monster's mouth. The reggae like melody of Bob Marley's, Zimbabwe kept the setlist in line before Ed wallowed out Only Falling, one of my newest Ed favorites. Ohio Grown thumped into a killer set-closing Keepin' Time. We chilled for a bit (except for Johnny Rotten, which was in full force non-stop until the bar actually finally cut him off). Yes folks, you heard it correctly, a bar in Jamaica actually cut someone off. I think that deserves some type of party award in my book. The boys came back onstage to open up with a reggae jammed version of Ozzy Osborne's Crazy Train. Eric sang and I loved every last little bit of it. Heads up call on song selection, even for a drummer. Next, things got slightly more crazy when Ed did the Alexander into Alexander II combination with Message in a Bottle sandwiched in the Alexander part of the transition. Schwa only purified every hookah soul on the island before the multi-vocal tale of Riversong brought the crowd back down to their normal peak of energy. Cliff did the Dylan tune, It Takes a Lot to Laugh...A Train to Cry. It seems like it has been forever since I've witnessed one of those. Dave plopped down on acoustic with Hookahville and Chicago before the set ended. It was encore time and they knew that one encore probably wouldn't do in closing out a wonderful week. Cliff started off with Hot Dog and then it appeared that Dave was going to the acoustic before he sat back down and the band delved into Seahorse. Can't go to an island without playing that one. Dave finally didn't deny us of his acoustic encore with no other than Ecstasy. I was hoping for the absent Slipjig but I guess you have to be happy with what you get and not always get what you wish for. I packed up my gear and Danni and I and a few others went to the front to hail a taxi. It took a little while. Johnny Rotten provided the entertainment on the way back to Fun Holiday, via Lloydie and Paula's to pick up our orders of his famous jerk sauce. Once we got there, we decided to let the others pick up our bottles since it was almost nearly impossible to keep Johnny Rotten in line. Little did I know that when we arrived back at Fun Holiday that the charter that was taking us to the airport was picking us up at 7:30 AM and not 9 AM like I had thought. It was already 1 AM and getting to sleep wasn't easy.

It made it a long day on Wednesday, as the wake up knock that came from I don't know who, came around 6:15 AM. Yikes! We got up around 7 AM and showered and got ready to go. The bus showed up, we got on and that is where it pretty much ended. A fellow bus was broken down on the way to the airport, which stalled our destination time by a bit. It was better than waiting in line at the airport the extra hour though. We stopped at the Golden Apple for refreshments like we did on the way to Negril, which was good for a Ting (compliments of Tim Ward). We finally arrived at the airport and were in line for our luggage to be searched before having it checked. We got to the front of the line and we couldn't find Danni's immigration paper. They kept hassling us asking us where it was. We kept telling them we didn't have it and they kept asking us. Finally they said "penalty" and she filled out a new one. They let her go with that. Not sure what the penalty was, but we headed towards the other end of the airport to go through the thorough search with all the metal detectors and conveyer belt scanners. Of course it wouldn't be proper if they didn't ransack everything I own. Talk about thorough, they were into every last little nook and cranny of my pack before letting me go. I expected it and thanked the lady because at least she had the courtesy to put everything back the way I had it packed. I couldn't say that for the American airports. We stopped to buy some duty-free rum and find a nibble to bite on before eventually boarding the plane. We sat all the way in the very back of the bird and after the hour time difference again (the third one in a week and a half) and a few short naps, we landed at 5:25 PM in Cleveland Hopkins International, where we started this humdinger of an adventure. Thinking we were almost home free, we still had about an hour and a half more to go through regarding U.S. Customs. Passports, luggage and for the first time in the entire trip, I didn't get searched when the opportunity presented itself. They let us through and we went to pick up our checked luggage, grab the shuttle to the Fairfield Inn, where Doug and Julie's minivan was parked. We were on I-71 southbound by 7:30 PM, stopping for some god ole American fast food and on our way back to Cowtown for a few days of catch-up time. I'd have to say that I'm at that point now. I hope you enjoyed reading my review. Hope all is well in hookahland.

Comments: *dentoes 1st time played, **a Jamaican guy was singing and hookah backed him up for a few minutes
Show Nuggets:
AT822 (Download | Stream)

Comments: *power outage; 1st show with the return of John Mullins as a member of ekoostik hookah; show billed as Under Full Sail
Show Nuggets:
SBD & Schoeps MTSC 64g (MK4g) (Download | Stream)

Comments: * w/Carlos Jones on congas & Tony Ruption on djembe
Show Nuggets:
AKG 481's > Silver Dogstars > Oade ACM Mod R4 (Download | Stream)

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There isn't a setlist for this show. If you have it, would you please be so kind as to e-mail me?

There isn't a setlist for this show. If you have it, would you please be so kind as to e-mail me?

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