Past Live Dates and Set Lists

September, 2006 – Veterans for Peace Rally
June, 2006 – Hollywood Farmer’s Market – ending in a downpour
June 11, 2005 – Hollywood Farmer’s Market
July 13, 2005 – Interstate Farmer’s Market

Full band, November 28, 2004 at ComedySportz
October 10, 2004 at Hillsdale Farmer’s Market

September 18, 2004 – Veterans For Peace Rally, Kelley Plaza

Amy Gray – vocals and percussion
Bill Haas – guitar, blues harp and vocals
Patrick Short – piano and vocals
John Antony – guitar and vocals
Rene Berblinger – mandolin

We played a 95 minute set that included Peace Train and People Get Ready, both debuts for the band.

August 14, 2004 – Hollywood Farmer’s Market

Amy Gray – vocals and percussion
Bill Haas – guitar, blues harp and vocals
Patrick Short – piano and vocals
John Antony – guitar and vocals
Anthony Dyer – violin

We were joined by Anthony Dyer, a violin player for the Eugene Symphony, for the first time. Anthony played in our third set.

In no particular order, here’s what we’re playing as of this date:

Hang Up
Gave Myself Away
My Baby Needs a Shepard
Landed on Burnside
Sayonara
The Ballad of Davids Nelson
What Goes On
Ordinary Town
Do Not Resusciate
Mere Shadow
Freebird
I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For

Blues Jam in C
The Fever
Another Saturday Night
I’m Not Lookin’
Dig Deeper in the Sand
This Incarnation
Mission
Adam at the Window
Surf Wherever You Want
I’m Looking Through You
If I Should Fall From Grace With God
Sitting in a Corner
Born to Run
Calling All Angels
If I Ever Leave This World Alive

We also debuted Sloop John B and Ring of Fire. Bill Haas played several of his songs, including End of Game, and also played Sweet Baby James by request. John Anthony played a couple of solo numbers – a Goo Goo Dolls song and a U2 song.

July 24, 2004 – Gresham Farmer’s Market

Amy Gray – vocals and percussion
Bill Haas – guitar and vocals
Patrick Short – piano and vocals
Margie Boule’ – vocals
John Antony – guitar and vocals

100 degrees. Hot.

The set was just about the same as the May 30 show, with the following additions:

NW Medical Teams Blues
Another Saturday Night

and a new Amy Gray / Patrick Short song, The Corps of Discovery

We dropped End of Your Days this time around.

May 30, 2004 – Hillsdale Farmer’s Market

Amy Gray – vocals and percussion
Bill Haas – guitar and vocals
Patrick Short – piano and vocals
Rene’ Berblinger – mandolin
John Antony – guitar and vocals

Hang Up
Gave Myself Away
My Baby Needs a Shepard
Landed on Burnside
Sayonara
The Ballad of Davids Nelson
What Goes On
Ordinary Town
Do Not Resusciate+
Mere Shadow
Freebird+
I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For

Blues Jam in A
The Fever
I’m Not Lookin’
Dig Deeper in the Sand
This Incarnation
Mission
Adam at the Window
Surf Wherever You Want
I’m Looking Through You
End of Your Days
If I Should Fall From Grace With God
Sitting in a Corner
Born to Run
Calling All Angels
If I Ever Leave This World Alive

Encore:
The I’m Kind of Not Happy That the Artisan Cheesemaker isn’t Selling That Excellent Cumin Cheese This Year Blues
The Ballad of Davids Nelson

and a rainstorm.

October 18, 2003 – Miz Kitty’s Parlour at Artichoke Music

Margie Boule’ – vocals
Amy Gray – vocals and percussion
Bill Haas – guitar, blues harp and vocals
Patrick Short – piano and vocals
Rene’ Berblinger – mandolin
John Antony – guitar and vocals

Hang Up
Mission
(live debut)
Angel Dream (live debut)
The Ballad of Davids Nelson
I’m Looking Through You
Mere Shadow
The Fever
If I Ever Leave This World Alive

October 5, 2003 – Hillsdale Farmer’s Market

Margie Boule’ – vocals (first set)
Amy Gray – vocals and percussion
Bill Haas – guitar, blues harp and vocals
Patrick Short – piano and vocals
Rene’ Berblinger – mandolin
John Antony – guitar and vocals

We played the same sets as Oct 5, plus several new songs:

End of Your Days
I’m Not Lookin’
Paranoia is a Family Thing

and a fine cover of The Wheels on the Bus. Really.

September 7, 2003 – Hillsdale Farmer’s Market

The whole shootin’ match – all 7 of us!

Margie Boule’ – vocals
Amy Gray – vocals and percussion
Bill Haas – guitar, blues harp and vocals
Patrick Short – piano and vocals
Rene’ Berblinger – mandolin
John Antony – guitar and vocals
Dave Levesque – violin and vocals

We debuted Bill Haas’ A Hundred Dollars. It’s a song off Bill’s CD, Hozzola: The Unauthorized Autobiography

The rest of the Set list – see Hillsdale May 25 below. We also jammed and it turned in The Lion Sleeps Tonight. A day of threatened rain, which didn’t hit until hours after we were done.

May 31, 2003 – Hollywood Farmer’s Market

Amy Gray – vocals and percussion
Bill Haas – guitar and vocals
Patrick Short – piano and vocals
Rene’ Berblinger – mandolin
John Antony – guitar and vocals
Dave Levesque – violin and vocals

The six-piece version of the band appeared on a beautiful morning in Hollywood.

The set list was similar to the previous week at Hillsdale, but we added two new songs:

Surf Wherever You Want (written by Cowan Jenkins, with help from Patrick Short and Amy Gray)
and
The Ballad of Davids Nelson (written by Pat, with Amy, based on an Oregonian article by Margie, with a title adjustment by Marya Morris.)

Both were live debuts.

We also played two jams – the The Market is Out of Strawberries and Needs Additional Volunteers to Help Tear Down Blues and a lovely and lively jam in G in a bluegrass motif.

May 25, 2003 – Hillsdale Farmer’s Market

Amy Gray – vocals and percussion
Bill Haas – guitar and vocals
Patrick Short – piano and vocals
Rene’ Berblinger – mandolin

Live Debuts are marked with a +

Hang Up
Gave Myself Away
What Goes On
(Beatles)+
Dig Deeper in the Sand
Sayonara
My Baby Needs a Shepard
(Emmylou Harris)+
I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For (U2)+
Ordinary Town (Dave Carter/Tracy Grammer)
If I Should Fall From Grace With God (Pogues)

Landed on Burnside
I’m Looking Through You
(Beatles)+
The Fever (Bruce Springsteen)
If I Ever Leave This World Alive (Flogging Molly)
Calling All Angels (Jane Siberry)
Adam at the Window (Jimmy McCarthy/Mary Black)+
Mere Shadow
Born to Run (Springsteen)+
Sitting in a Corner+
This Incarnation

May 17, 2003 – Another Grand Night of Singing, Laurelhurst School Foundation

Opening for Carolyn Delaney-Reif

Amy Gray – vocals and percussion
John Antony – guitar and vocals
Patrick Short – piano and vocals
Dave Levesque – violin and vocals

Sitting in a Corner +
Mere Shadow
Calling All Angels_
The Fever +

We added Ms Ruth Jenkins on vocals for the final, improv number:

Jumping Out of a Plane For Extra Credit

Mr Short also joined Ms Delaney-Reif for the following numbers:

Invocation and Instructions to the Audience (Stephen Sondheim)
I Won’t Grow Up (Carolyn Leigh/ Mark Charlap)
If I Only Had a Brain (Harold Arlen)
The Doctor is In and Happiness (Clark Gesner)

Michael Barnes was on piano, and Andre St James was on bass. Jim Miller (sax)also appeared on the program.

September 1, 2002 – Hillsdale Farmer’s Market

Rene’ Berblinger – mandolin
Amy Gray – vocals and percussion
Bill Haas – guitar
Patrick Short – piano, lemon and vocals

Set same as August 17, with the addition of Ordinary Town (a Dave Carter song) +; and we didn’t do the Blues Improv this time.

August 17, 2002 – Multnomah Village Days

Rene’ Berblinger – mandolin
Amy Gray – vocals and percussion
Bill Haas – guitar
Patrick Short – piano, lemon and vocals

Landed on Burnside
Gave Myself Away
Sayonara
If I Should Fall From Grace With God

Dig Deeper in the Sand
Hang Up
If I Ever Leave This World Alive

Calling All Angels
Mere Shadow
This Incarnation

Multnomah Village Blues (improv, featuring two sax players
from the Get A Life Marching Band)

July 13, 2002 – Hollywood Farmer’s Market

Margie Boule’ – lead vocals
Rene’ Berblinger – mandolin
Amy Gray – vocals and percussion
Dave Levesque – violin and fez
John Antony – guitar
Bill Haas – guitar
Patrick Short – piano, ukelele, lemon and vocals

Set List:
Landed on Burnside
Gave Myself Away
Sayonara
If I Should Fall From Grace With God

Dig Deeper in the Sand
Hang Up
If I Ever Leave This World Alive

Calling All Angels
Mere Shadow
This Incarnation

Sprout’s Radio Flyer Blues (improv)
Blues in E About the Farmer’s Market (improv)

June 2, 2002 – Hillsdale Farmer’s Market

Lineup:

Amy Gray – lead vocals and percussion
Dave Levesque – violin and bowler
John Antony – guitar
Bill Haas – guitar
Patrick Short – piano, ukelele, lemon and vocals

Set List:

Gave Myself Away
Sayonara
If I Should Fall From Grace With God
+
Mere Shadow
Dig Deeper in the Sand
Hang Up
If I Ever Leave This World Alive
+
Calling All Angels
This Incarnation

September 29, 2001 – Hollywood Farmer’s Market

Lineup:

Amy Gray – lead vocals and percussion
Dave Levesque – violin and fez
Rene’ Berblinger – mandolin and guitar
Patrick Short – piano and vocals

Set List:

Gave Myself Away
Sayonara
Calling All Angels

Dig Deeper in the Sand
Hang Up
Mere Shadow
This Incarnation
The Vegetable and Sausage Lady Blues
(Improv)

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