|Date||Venue||Set||Song Before||Song After||Notes||Comments|
|2002-07-16||The Fox Theatre||1||Who's Laughing Now?||Get Ready|
|2002-07-18||Mississippi Nights||1||Electra Glide||Day or Night|
|2002-07-20||The Majestic||1||Jealous Guy||CJ3|
|2002-07-24||Irving Plaza||1||Where's Popeyes||No Quarter|
|2003-04-12||Lupo's Heartbreak Hotel||1||Sheep||Russell's Tune|
|2004-01-04||Jannus Landing||1||Most Events Aren't Planned||Get Ready|
|2004-01-08||9:30 Club||1||Where's Popeyes||Ochimini|
|2004-01-09||Electric Factory||1||Ochimini||Subterranean Homesick Alien|
|2004-01-10||Roseland Ballroom||1||CJ3||Little Miami (Reputation)|
|2004-01-12||Higher Ground||1||Ochimini||Who's Laughing Now?|
|2004-06-03||4th and B||1||Little Miami (Reputation) >||Jealous Guy|
|2004-06-05||The Fillmore||1||Where's Popeyes||Russell's Tune|
|2004-06-11||Bonnaroo||1||Where's Popeyes||Electra Glide|
|2012-10-30||Royale||2||You've Got to Change (You've Got to Reform)||This Is My Last Affair|
|2012-10-31||B.B. King's||2||You've Got to Change (You've Got to Reform)||This Is My Last Affair|
|2012-11-01||B.B. King's||1||Look-Ka Py Py||You've Got to Change (You've Got to Reform)|
|2012-11-02||Howard Theatre||1||Look-Ka Py Py||> Cissy Strut|
|2013-03-09||Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park||1||Look-Ka Py Py >||Sophisticated Cissy|
|2013-03-23||Union Transfer||1||Funky Miracle||What'cha Say|
|2013-05-11||The Ogden Theatre||1||Funkify Your Life||You've Got to Change (You've Got to Reform)|
|2016-08-19||Nectar's||1||***||Sneakin' Sally||Page on keyboards.|
|Show Date||Artist||Song (Tease Type)||Venue|
|2013-10-18||Phish||Carini (Tease)||Hampton Coliseum, Hampton, VA, USA|
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