Two For Texas

February 28th, 2015 Jorma Leave a comment Go to comments
Community Radio...

Community Radio...

foto by Phil Jacobs

We got into Houston after a two day drive from Boulder… Dalhart on the way. First stop… the local Pacifica radio station… thanks guys… my pleasure. Then back to Woodlands and the Dosey Doe Big Barn.

I see it in my mind's eye...

I see it in my mind's eye...

Foto by Phil Jacobs

What a cool place this… and Dosey Doe Coffee as well…

Old school...

Old school...

Here is my set list:

Jorma Kaukonen 9 , 2015
Jorma Solo
The Big Barn
Woodlands, Texas
Wednesday, February 25, 2015

1. True Religion
2. Nobody Knows You When You’re Down & Out
3. I See The Light
4. Ain’t In No Hurry
5. Brother Can You Spare A Dime
6. Come Back Baby
7. River Of Time
8. That’ll Never Happen No More
9. Hesitation Blues
10. Good Shepherd
11. Bar Room Crystal Ball
12. Water Song
13. Candy Man
14. I Know You Rider
15. In my Dreams
16. How Long Blues
17. I Know You Rider
18. Encore: Barbeque King

Pick it Jorm'

Pick it Jorm'

Foto by Phil Jacobs

Then is was off to Dallas and the Kessler Theater.

What a great old theater

What a great old theater

Foto by Phil Jacobs

What a cool place… and the dressing room rocks!

Whisky Tango Foxtrot

Whisky Tango Foxtrot

Here is my set list from the Kessler:

Jorma Kaukonen 10 , 2015
Jorma Solo
The Kessler Theater
Dallas, Texas
Thursday, February 26, 2015

First Set:
1. Dime For Beer
2. The Terrible Operation
3. The Other Side Of The Mountain
4. Come Back Baby
5. Hesitation Blues
6. In My Dreams
7. Keep On Truckin’ Mama
8. Death Don’t Have No Mercy
9. Candy Man
10. I See The Light
11. I Am The Light Of This World
12. I Know You Rider
Second Set:
1. Ain’t In No Hurry
2. Serpent Of Dreams
3. Brother Can You Spare A Dime
4. Nobody Knows You When You’re Down And Out
5. How Long Blues
6. That’ll Never Happen No More
7. Barbeque King
8. Re-Enlistment Blues
9. Let Us Get Together Right Down Here
10. Bar Room Crystal Ball
11. Water Song
12. Good Shepherd
13. River Of Time
14. Keep Your Lamps Trimmed & Burning
15. Encore: Embryonic Journey

Love this dressing room!

Love this dressing room!

This is a great gig! can’t wait to get back!

Then, yesterday morning on the way out of town, we stopped by the Allgood Cafe in Deep Ellum.

Around the corner from the Allgood...

Around the corner from the Allgood...

Breakfast was delightful… chorizo tacos and a side of bacon. Perfect!

This... is a destination!

This... is a destination!

Don't miss it... support Deep Ellum!

Don't miss it... support Deep Ellum!

Count me in!

Count me in!

Well, here I am in Nashville… six hundred some miles later… Tonight I’ll be at the City Winery. Be there or be square!

Good times!

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  1. john b
    February 28th, 2015 at 11:48 | #1

    Great pictures Jorma. You get to see so much of America when your out on the road and through your photos we get to see it also. See you at the Ranch on the 21st.

  2. andriy
    February 28th, 2015 at 12:52 | #2

    These photos are very good and fun to look at. Some look like the movie set.

  3. Joey Hudoklin
    February 28th, 2015 at 14:22 | #3

    Those are some lucky folks who got to see those two solo shows, Jorma. I think I’ve only gotten to see you solo twice in the “recent” since I don’t know when. With Robben Ford at BB Kings in NY, and at FPR 2010. It’s a real treat to be able to hear the uninterrupted picking patterns. I remember Hurl saying “that was symphonic”, describing your performance at the ranch.
    The barn must have been a hoot. I love the photos of the backstage decorations. Very cool. I’ve been listening to some of the concerts on You Tube, one from Skippers Smokehouse in Ft. Lauderdale, where you & Barry are going instrumental in all the songs. I love it. Barry is playing your vocal parts where you would be singing. Awesome, meditative listening.
    Thank you for being you.

  4. Joanne
    February 28th, 2015 at 16:13 | #4

    I look so forward to listening to you tonight in Nashville!

  5. johno
    February 28th, 2015 at 16:55 | #5

    What an awesome set – if this is gonna be the set you’ll be playing this time around – I gotta get myself a ticket. After the Beacon in December, I’m starting to get Hot Tuna withdrawals.

  6. mike
    February 28th, 2015 at 17:44 | #6

    glad you got to enjoy the AllGood Cafe and the Deep Ellum neighborhood. I had not made the connection with Blind Lemon Jefferson and the Jefferson Airplane before this. Blind Lemon walked the streets of Deep Ellum, along with Leadbelly, T-Bone Walker and others, before he recorded in Chicago.

  7. andriy
    February 28th, 2015 at 19:42 | #7

    Hello johno!
    I was thinking what is Dosey Doe? The photo is a nice place to see Jorma but I want to know more.
    I called my friend and she explained to me it is a dance of Americana. Then I ask what is Americana? I can ask her dozens of question every day she always explains to me the answers. She will be back on Monday and in the restaurant she will show us the Dosey Doe dance. SWING YOUR PARTNER!@johno

  8. jim hitchcock
    February 28th, 2015 at 19:56 | #8

    It’s our version of Russian folk dancing.

  9. andriy
    February 28th, 2015 at 20:42 | #9

    YES! YES! You get it,Jim.@jim hitchcock

  10. jim hitchcock
    February 28th, 2015 at 21:11 | #10

    Common bonds, my friend. Music is the universal language.

  11. andriy
    February 28th, 2015 at 22:33 | #11

    Yes this is true, my friend. Thanks.@jim hitchcock

  12. Kevin
    March 1st, 2015 at 00:53 | #12

    @Joey Hudoklin
    Just for the record, Skippers Smokehouse is in Tampa. Great place, very homey, if ya ever get to the West coast of FL check out the old “Skipperdome”.

  13. johno
    March 1st, 2015 at 10:15 | #13

    @andriy
    I didn’t know what Dosey Doe was – so I’m glad Jim did. I might take a road trip to see your FPR magnet. Is it still there?

  14. charles newman
    March 1st, 2015 at 10:43 | #14

    My earliest music exposure was to the National Barn Dance show on WLS out of Chicago. That and Ernest Tubb, Patsy Cline and most all of the 50’s honky tonk you could put on a jukebox. Mix all of that together with the Everly Brothers and Rickie Nelson. Old misty memories still shining in my heart. We would go to live dances too. I can still hear the laughter as we danced trying to listen to the caller so we didn’t screw up. Although that was part of the fun too.

  15. andriy
    March 1st, 2015 at 11:02 | #15

    It is on the espresso machine. For all to see but only we know what it is. This is called “the visible inside joke”.
    The restaurant is small and the Russian people are there only with reservations for 20-40 people in each group for each side of the restaurant. We push the tables together. We have one small table in the back for the employee meal without tablecloth. Monday is sometimes only slow day and my friend comes in to sit with us there. That is the only time you hear English speaking. The cash register is next to the espresso machine in the back.@johno

  16. johno
    March 1st, 2015 at 11:07 | #16

    @andriy
    How many times have you seen Hot Tuna

  17. andriy
    March 1st, 2015 at 12:25 | #17

    No times yet for going to concert but some time soon. I read here about Jorma and Hot Tuna and I have the music and t-shirt and merchandise. I have new Jorma CD. We had English lesson how to read the liner notes and the Frisbee and Jorma tasty tea container and the magnets.@johno

  18. johno
    March 1st, 2015 at 12:52 | #18

    So you’re a newbie. You got to go and see them soon! I must’ve seen them 200 times already everywhere from Florida to Chicago to New York. They are amazing!

  19. jim hitchcock
    March 1st, 2015 at 12:54 | #19

    You want to know what/who Americana is, Andriy?

    You are. You come to this weird and wonderful country (and by country I mean it’s concept, not it’s borders), and one way or another you up ck up on this fine music. Do you know how cool that is? :)

  20. jim hitchcock
    March 1st, 2015 at 12:56 | #20

    Meant ‘pick’, not ‘ck’, darnit.

  21. jim hitchcock
    March 1st, 2015 at 13:03 | #21

    And, Chuck Newman, I cannot let your wonderful post go by without saying ‘yes!’

  22. andriy
    March 1st, 2015 at 13:53 | #22

    Yes, thanks. It is good times for sure for me. “pick up” means to learn. Jorma plays with the finger picks. Have choices? Take your pick!@jim hitchcock

  23. andriy
    March 1st, 2015 at 13:59 | #23

    I say another “yes!” to wonderful comment. I will learn more about it tomorrow to understand it better. We will learn the dance and have fun.@charles newman

  24. andriy
    March 1st, 2015 at 14:04 | #24

    You are lucky to see this many concerts. I will go some day. Before that time I enjoy all of this here. Thanks to every person talk with me and I learn more English all the time with you. It is snowing again here in Brooklyn now.@johno

  25. johno
    March 1st, 2015 at 14:53 | #25

    Well we’re glad to have you here online with us

    @andriy

  26. andriy
    March 1st, 2015 at 16:29 | #26

    Thanks again. I go out for break now it is still snowing!
    Last week there was snow. It snowed again the next day. It is snowing again today. It will snow again tomorrow. That is from English lesson about past tense, present tense, and the future tense. I can not remember these things but I try sometimes.@johno

  27. johno
    March 1st, 2015 at 18:31 | #27

    All this snow really sucks – I can’t wait for spring!

  28. andriy
    March 1st, 2015 at 19:38 | #28

    Spring is just around the corner. This is expression and saying that I learned.@johno