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Sacramento To Arcata

February 15th, 2014 Jorma Leave a comment Go to comments
The Crest In Sacramento

The Crest In Sacramento

Foto by Phil Jacobs

Last night we were at the Crest Theater in Sacramento. This was another of our cool gigs with David Lindley… It is such an honor to be out with him. He is, quite simply, the greatest!

There are many new aspect to Sacramento... I prefer the old!

There are many new aspect to Sacramento... I prefer the old!

I ran into an old friend from the Benner Music Company… a place where Paul Kantner and I taught for a number of years in the early 60’s. One of the other notables back in those days, was Pete Grant who played banjo back in those days but who has gone to become a virtuoso in that most difficult of instruments, the steel guitar.

Pete Grant and myself, backstage...

Pete Grant and myself, backstage...

During the hang, Pete jammed with David as well as my buddy, Barry Mitterhoff.

Barry an Pete... hangin' and twangin'

Barry an Pete... hangin' and twangin'

Here is Tuna’s set list:

Hot Tuna 24, 2014
The Acoustic Trio
Jorma Kaukonen, Jack Casady
& Barry Mitterhoff
Crest Theater
Sacramento, California
Thursday, February 13, 2014

1. New Song For The Morning
2. Hesitation Blues
3. I See The Light
4. Second Chances
5. Children Of Zion
6. I’ll Let You Know Before I Leave
7. How Long Blues
8. Trial By Fire
9. Living In The Moment
10. 99 Year Blues
11. Vicksburg Stomp
12. Let Us Get Together Right Down Here
13. Good Shepherd
14. Bar Room Crystal Ball
15. Water Song
16. Nine Pound Hammer
17. Encore: Embryonic Journeys

We got to sleep in a little this morning and then made the trek up here to Arcata where tomorrow, we will play the Humboldt Brews.

The man in the mirror...

The man in the mirror...

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  1. jim hitchcock
    February 15th, 2014 at 01:41 | #1

    High Sierra Brewery Company, just over the hill!

  2. JohnC
    February 15th, 2014 at 12:50 | #2

    Great show, and a killer “I see the light.”

  3. Ken Handel
    February 15th, 2014 at 21:11 | #3

    Hello,
    This is off-topic, but I’m listening to After Bathing at Baxter’s and it’s one of the most joyous and accomplished sets of music I know. After all this time it’s still energetic and interesting, and what a wonderful move to include that long instrumental piece (you, Jack Casady ad Spencer Dryden.) I always thought this was an intensely romantic collection and it still seems perfect for wedding and birth celebrations in the sunshine. Rock on.

  4. carlo pagliano
    February 16th, 2014 at 22:55 | #4

    Shine You Rock on Them All Tonight Jorma!