|Date||Venue||Set||Song Before||Song After||Notes||Comments|
|2002-08-09||Club Quattro||2||Jungle Tango||Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring|
|2002-08-30||Snow Ridge Ski Resort||1||The Phoenicians||> Proust|
|2002-08-30||Snow Ridge Ski Resort||1||Proust >||> Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring||Al Schnier on keyboards.|
|2004-01-10||Roseland Ballroom||1||Proust >||> Proust|
|2004-01-12||Jack Quinn's Emerald Ballroom||1||Xenoblast >||> Xenoblast|
|2004-01-13||The Vogue Theatre||1||Proust||Ballad for Trio|
|2004-01-13||The Vogue Theatre||2||Proust >||> Straight Life|
|2004-01-15||House of Blues||2||Xenoblast >||> Xenoblast|
|2004-06-01||Stella Blue||1||***||The Phoenicians|
|2004-06-09||32 Bleu||1||***||Mariachi Song|
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