|Date||Venue||Artist||Set||Song Before||Song After||Notes||Comments|
|2012-10-30||Royale||The Meter Men with Page McConnell||2||Handclapping Song||You've Got to Change (You've Got to Reform)|
|2012-10-31||B.B. King's||The Meter Men with Page McConnell||2||Handclapping Song||You've Got to Change (You've Got to Reform)|
|2012-11-02||Howard Theatre||The Meter Men with Page McConnell||2||Handclapping Song >||It Ain't No Use|
|2013-05-10||The Ogden Theatre||The Meter Men with Page McConnell||1||Handclapping Song||It Ain't No Use|
|2014-08-28||Cervantes||Dumpstaphunk||1||***||***||Mike on bass.|
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