|Date||Venue||Set||Song Before||Song After||Notes||Comments|
|2002-10-02||Roseland Ballroom||1||Disco||Living In The Country|
|2002-11-04||Club Helsinki||1||Corrina, Corrina||Clone|
|2002-11-05||Ira Allen Chapel, University...||1||Cripple Creek||Clone|
|2002-11-06||Sanders Theatre, Harvard Uni...||1||I'm Going Back to the Old Home||Clone|
|2002-11-08||The Bowery Ballroom||1||I'm Going Back to the Old Home||William Powell|
|2002-11-09||Theatre of the Living Arts||1||Living In The Country||From Pizza Towers To Defeat|
|2002-11-10||9:30 Club||1||I'm Going Back to the Old Home||Middle of the Road|
|2002-11-12||Variety Playhouse||1||Clone||Middle of the Road|
|2002-11-13||Park West||1||Standing in My Shoes||Middle of the Road|
|2002-11-15||Mississippi Nights||1||I'm Going Back to the Old Home||William Powell|
|2002-11-17||The Fillmore||1||Middle of the Road||I'm Going Back to the Old Home|
|2002-12-08||Cultural Center Auditorium||1||Living In The Country||From Pizza Towers To Defeat|
|2005-06-19||Telluride Town Park||1||Clone||Eight Miles High|
|2005-07-03||High Sierra Music Festival||1||Clone||Standing in My Shoes|
|2005-09-17||The Blue Note||1||The Banks are Made of Marble||Twice|
|2005-09-19||The Orange Peel||1||The Banks are Made of Marble||William Powell|
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