Sunday, September 30, 2012

Another Great night in Salem -- Big Show This Thursday!

Photo by Kristen Scioli
Thanks to our friends, new and old in Salem for coming out and warming the cozy environs of Gulu Gulu Cafe on a cool rainy New England evening last night - we had a blast!

Thanks to Liz Cook for opening the night. So good!

We got to play a nice LONG set which had us debuting a couple of new songs - digging out some old gems, and trying our luck at covers ranging from Fake Plastic Trees to Love Shack and more. (some of this is not true).

It was a great precursor to a huge show we're playing this coming week - THIS THURS, (Oct 4) at RADIO in Union Square - we are part of a dream bill - The Rationales with Brendan Boogie's new roots/soul outfit The Broken Gates - and our 2012 Rumble pals The Grownup Noise. Its a nice early night at Radio and will be your last chance to see our pal Pete as a Rationale. It promises to be a really fun night and its only $5 - we really hope to see you.

Lots more on the horizon as well so check the shows page.

Setlist 9/29/12 Salem:
  1. On the Vine
  2. Slower/Faster
  3. Burned Again
  4. No Guarantees
  5. Drunk All the Time
  6. Another Song About the Rain (Cracker)
  7.  A Little Bit
  8. The Weight (The Band)
  9. Another Moon
  10. As the Crow Flies (first time played)
  11. Believe (country version)
  12. Last Words
  13. Mary Jane's Last Dance (Tom Petty)(Mike on vocals)
  14. Ruby Colored Halo
  15. Guardrail
  16. Fake Plastic Trees (Radiohead)
  17.  Tongue Tied
  18. Low (Cracker)
  19. Jaded 
  20. If I wanted Someone (Dawes)(Mike on Vocals)
  21. Far Away
  22. Radio 
  23. Let it Go

1 comment:

DaveM said...

Re-reading the first paragraph above i'm reminded of this:

"When Chekhov saw the long winter, he saw a winter bleak and dark and bereft of hope. Yet we know that winter is just another step in the cycle of life. But standing here among the people of Punxsutawney and basking in the warmth of their hearths and hearts, I couldn't imagine a better fate than a long and lustrous winter. "