|Date||Venue||Set||Song Before||Song After||Notes||Comments|
|2009-09-08||Music Hall of Williamsburg||1||Radar Blip||What Things Seem||Mike Gordon debut.|
|2009-09-11||Bearsville Theater||1||Traveled Too Far||The Field|
|2009-09-15||The Orange Peel||1||Spiral||The Field|
|2009-09-18||Freebird Live||2||Susskind Hotel||Crumblin' Bones|
|2009-09-22||Mercy Lounge||1||Weekly Time||***||Guthrie Trapp on guitar.|
|2009-09-28||20th Century Theatre||1||What Things Seem||Emotional Railroad|
|2009-09-30||Mr. Small's Theatre||2||Couch Lady||Ain't Love Funny|
|2009-10-04||Higher Ground||1||Spiral||Crumblin' Bones|
|2010-03-09||Rams Head Live!||2||Jones >||Nobody's Home|
|2010-03-13||Pearl Street Ballroom||e||***||***|
|2010-11-07||The Independent||e||Down to the Nightclub||***|
|2010-11-11||Wilma Theatre||2||Cities||What Things Seem|
|2010-11-19||Bluebird Nightclub||2||Spiral||Cruel World|
|2011-03-15||The Bottleneck||1||She Said She Said||Babylon Baby||One verse of "Possum." (Possum verse)|
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