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January 29th, 2012 Leave a comment Go to comments
The Two Island Tour

The Two Island Tour

Well, last night Chris Smither and I played at the Royal Kona Resort here on the Big Island. I mean look… how good does it have to get. Here’s the view from our back stage:

Sweet Hawaii

Sweet Hawaii

OK… here is my set list:

Jorma Kaukonen Solo 2, 2012
Royal Kona Resort
Kona, Hawaii
January 28, 2012

1. True Religion
2. I See the Light
3. Trouble In Mind
4. How Long Blues
5. Hesitation Blues
6. Second Chances
7. Let Us Get Together Right Down Here
8. Come Back Baby
9. Full Go Round
10. River Of Time
11. 99 Year Blues
12. I Am The Light Of This World
13. Barbeque King
14. Parchman Farm
15. Keep Your Lamps Trimmed & Burning
16. Encore with Chris Smither: Statesboro Blues

A beautiful evening… and done in time for me to do my laundry. Now that’s paradise!



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  1. Cyndy Consentino
    January 29th, 2012 at 22:54 | #1

    Dear Jorma,

    I absolutely love all the pictures and the fact that you have shared your wonderful trip with
    All of us back home.
    Thank you!

  2. Jan Winkler-Wilson
    January 30th, 2012 at 18:38 | #2

    Hi Jorma;
    I thourghly enjoyed your and Chris Smither’s concert last evening at the Hilo Palace Theatre. I first heard you play at SF State, in the 60’s when you were with the Jefferson Airplane. I’ve lived in Hawaii for 42+ years. I thought you’d be interested to hear, I named my son Jorma, who was born in ’69 from the inspiration of your name. I dropped off his Big Island Ukulele flyer with the girls out front where you were selling your CD’s and gifts. I didn’t have one of his cards, but I thought you’d get a kick out of bit of info and that another Jorma is in the music business. Enjoy your stay in Hawaii, we really are in another world! Aloha and God Bless. Jan

  3. Nerfy ’12
    February 5th, 2012 at 03:15 | #3

    Thanks for that ‘ How Long Blues ‘, Jorma…it surely was a bloody red sun that went down ( shortly before showtime.) Looking forward to next year.