|Date||Venue||Artist||Set||Song Before||Song After||Notes||Comments|
|1994-11-16||Hill Auditorium, University ...||Phish||2||I'm Blue, I'm Lonesome||CDT||Phish debut; acoustic.|
|1994-11-17||Hara Arena||Phish||e||Nellie Kane||To France||Acoustic; The "Reverend" Jeff Mo...|
|1994-11-18||MSU Auditorium, Michigan Sta...||Phish||1||The Old Home Place||***||Acoustic; The "Reverend" Jeff Mo...|
|1994-11-19||Parking Lot, Indiana Univers...||Phish||1||Roll in My Sweet Baby's Arms||Little Tiny Butter Biscuits|
|1994-11-19||Indiana University Auditorium||Phish||1||Little Tiny Butter Biscuits||***||Acoustic; Trey on fiddle and the...|
|1994-11-20||Dane County Coliseum||Phish||1||Little Tiny Butter Biscuits||Dooley||Acoustic; the "Reverend" Jeff Mo...|
|1994-11-22||Jesse Auditorium, University...||Phish||2||Little Tiny Butter Biscuits||Hood||Acoustic.|
|1994-11-30||Campus Rec Center||Phish||1||I'm Blue, I'm Lonesome||***||Acoustic.|
|1994-12-07||Spreckels Theatre||Phish||2||I'm Blue, I'm Lonesome||Amazing Grace||Acoustic; without microphones.|
|1994-12-29||Providence Civic Center||Phish||e||***||Sleeping Monkey||Acoustic.|
|1995-10-17||State Palace Theatre||Phish||e||***||I'm Blue, I'm Lonesome||Acoustic, no microphones.|
|1995-10-20||Five Seasons Arena||Phish||2||WMGGW||I'm Blue, I'm Lonesome||Acoustic.|
|1995-10-25||St. Paul Civic Center||Phish||1||Strange Design||I'm Blue, I'm Lonesome||Acoustic.|
|1995-11-21||Lawrence Joel Veterans Memor...||Phish||1||Divided||I'm Blue, I'm Lonesome||Acoustic.|
|1995-11-25||Hampton Coliseum||Phish||2||Mike's||I'm Blue, I'm Lonesome||Acoustic.|
|1995-11-29||Municipal Auditorium||Phish||2||I'm Blue, I'm Lonesome||Slave||Béla Fleck on banjo.|
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