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Meanwhile… back on the farm…

After we finished our show at the House Of Blues in Boston we drove on down to the ferry in New London, Conn. and headed to the North Shore of Long Island where we were scheduled to play at the Peconic Winery which was hosting the NOFO Folk and Blues Festival. We got there early which was great because what could be better than a sunny day in a beautiful location like this. Now, Vanessa and I don’t farm, (except for musicians, of course) but I could certainly appreciate the love and labor (not to mention the coast) of running a beautiful operation like this. Anyhow, we heard a lot of great music and when Barry and I hit the stage about 1730 or so, this is what we played:

Jorma Kaukonen & Barry Mitterhoff 10
NOFO Rock And Folk Festival
Peconic Bay Winery
Cutchogue, NY.
Sunday, August 1, 2010

1. Blue Railroad Train
2. How Long Blues
3. Been So Long
4. Hesitation Blues
5. More Than My Old Guitar
6. Come Back Baby
7. Let Us Get Together Right Down Here
8. Parchman Farm
9. Keep Your Lamps Trimmed & Burning
10. Genesis
11. I Know You Rider
12. Bread Line Blues
13. Just Because
14. Encore: Embryonic Journey

After the show we dropped off Skoota’s drums, took Barry home and skooted west to southeast Ohio and home. When we got in yesterday morning, the not so little Izze ran across the parking lot. ‘Daddy, I missed you so.’ Ditto little girl.

Well, now I’m getting ready to pick her up at school and enjoying the last of the free WiFi at the Catalyst Coffee shop.

More shall be revealed. It’s great to be home!

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  1. Brian Quigley
    August 3rd, 2010 at 22:31 | #1

    Hey Jorma this is Mike Quigleys brother, i dropped off a few photos with the security guys at the peconic show you played sunday that we had taken back stage at the beacon theatre. just wanted to drop a line and see if you received them. hope you did, thank you.
    -Brian Quigley

  2. Brett
    August 10th, 2010 at 16:01 | #2

    Now THAT is my dream set list!!

    Enjoy Couple’s weekend Jorma


  3. Barbara Jacobs
    June 14th, 2013 at 01:50 | #3

    I’m sorry that I could not attend.
    I was doing production work on my charity benefit series in East Hampton.

    I have a “2-drink maximum”, drink tickets are included with the benefit tix.
    People pay $1,000+plus for tickets to my private fund-raisers. (Very private, no Press/photos allowed, “invitation only” from my own mailing list.)

    And, it all works out just fine, Jorma:
    Great food, wines (most, locally-sourced) prepared by the best chefs.
    Every single thing is donated for the cause.
    A good time had by all.
    We no f*cka’ around.

    Entire proceeds are donated to New York City/State residents, who are in arrears on their bills: property tax, re-building (Post- Hurricane Sandy), unable to pay their bills, due to unemployment/death-in-the-family…

    It WORKS!

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