|Date||Venue||Set||Song Before||Song After||Notes||Comments|
|2001-10-06||The Fox Theatre||1||The Phoenicians||> Milestones|
|2001-10-09||Emerson Cultural Center||2||The Country Open||> At the Pershing|
|2001-10-10||University Theater, Universi...||2||Mariachi Song||Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring|
|2001-10-12||Crystal Ballroom||2||Full House||The Country Open|
|2001-10-18||Great American Music Hall||1||The Phoenicians||> Georgia on My Mind|
|2001-10-23||Nita’s Hideaway||1||Stockholm Smokepipe||Ballad for Trio|
|2001-10-25||Rialto Theatre||1||The Opera||Mariachi Song|
|2001-11-01||Varsity Theatre||2||Full House||> Dromedary|
|2001-11-05||Variety Playhouse||2||Black Market >||> Dark Eyes|
|2002-08-03||The Blue Loon||1||Ballad for Trio||The Country Open|
|2002-08-09||Club Quattro||2||Mariachi Song||Templars|
|2002-08-11||Yokohama Bay Hall||2||Mariachi Song||At the Pershing|
|2004-01-04||Jannus Landing||1||Open Sesame||Third Stone From the Sun|
|2004-01-11||Mr. Small's Theatre||2||Open Sesame||> Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring|
|2004-01-11||Mr. Small's Theatre||2||Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring >||Stockholm Smokepipe|
|2004-01-12||Jack Quinn's Emerald Ballroom||1||At the Pershing||***|
|2004-01-14||Copper Dragon||2||Jean Pierre||The Milliken Way|
|2004-05-28||Theatre of the Living Arts||1||Ballad for Trio||> Dark Eyes|
|2004-06-02||The Venue Scottsdale||1||Unknown||At the Pershing|
|2004-06-08||The Fox Theatre||2||The Milliken Way||At the Pershing|
|2005-01-06||Carnival Celebration||1||Powderfinger||The Sabre Dance||Oteil Burbridge on bass.|
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