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Fifth Night With Cami

February 5th, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments

Last Tuna was at the Quick Center For The Arts in Fairfield, Connecticut and from my point of view we had a simply stellar show. Here is our set list:
CAMI Tour 5
Hot Tuna Blues
Jorma Kaukonen, Jack Casady
Barry Mitterhoff, Skoota Warner & G.E. Smith
Charlie Musselwhite & Jim Lauderdale
Quick Center For The Arts
Fairfield, Connecticut
Friday, February 4, 2011

First Set With Hot Tuna Acoustic
1. Death Don’t Have No Mercy
2. Bread Line Blues
3. Second Chances
4. Uncle Sam Blues with Charlie
5. Candy Man
6. I Know You Rider
Jim hits the stage and:
1. Plays a song with Barry, Jorma and Jack…Trashcan Tomcat
GE hits the stage and joins Jim and the boys for
2. Good Together
3. Alligator Alley
4. Charlie enters and joins Jim on Headed For The Hills
Charlie leads the company with Skoota Warner and Jim
1. Sad And Beautiful World
Everyone joins Tuna in a rendition of:
1. That’ll Never Happen no More

Second Set With Hot Tuna Electric
1. I Wish You Would
2. Corners Without Exits
3. Goodbye To The Blues
4. I See The Light
5. Long Gone From Kentucky
6. Hit Single # 1
Enter Charlie M.
1. If I Should Have Bad Luck
2. Where Highway 61 Runs
3. Cristo Redentor
Jim Lauderdale comes on for
1. Jawbone
The Gang:
1. Come Back Baby
Encore with the core Tuna while Charlie and Jim head for the Merch Stand:
1. Rock Me Baby

Now we’re off to the Tilles Center For The Performing Arts in Greenvale, Long Island.

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  1. duane andrews
    February 5th, 2011 at 13:30 | #1

    I was sitting up front in the quick center last night and just wanted to thank you all so much for yes a stellar show.The give and take between you all was inspirational you guys being so at ease just made us all as comfy as your favorite old shirt and jeans -it felt like family-any more fun and we should’ve been arressted.Barry’s array of tools, the danelectro mandacello,the firebird and the fifties era tenor were my favs.GE is such an incredible pro.I stared at his fingers all night with my mouth open(i’ve been playing for 38 years and I’m still just gobstopped). Charlie has such clear voice on the harp I’m so greatful to have finally seen him live.Jim too was just like family great storytelling great presence great songs.Jack’s leads are legend but that’ll never happen last night was a new chapter in the book of melodic cool.Skoota though was most over the top to me last night that guy is a time keeper to rival the atomic clock.I’ve been a tunatick for 35 years and we’ve spoken quite a few times at shows through the years but I just wanted to thank you again for the positive musical influence.Happy b-day tour and a million more

  2. Joe from DC
    February 5th, 2011 at 18:46 | #2

    go tuna go

    got tickets for George Mason in 2 weeks

    Will it be as good as the Beacon?

    When will you guys do something for Jack’s bday?

    Loyal fan Joe from DC since 1970……….

  3. pete
    February 5th, 2011 at 19:58 | #3

    Nice to see the boys in my backyard….great show….charlie and Jim were a great treat…GE rocked out as usual …great rifts with Jorma on rock me baby..Jack and Barry as usual….hardworking and flavorful…….come back baby to fairfield again!

  4. February 6th, 2011 at 07:42 | #4

    Wow, we can’t wait for you guys to come to Springfield, Illinois

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