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The Canton Blues Festival and Father’s Day

June 19th, 2010 Jorma

We had such a good time at the Canton Blues Festival today. The weather was fine and there were lots of friends there, old and new. We got a chance to not only hear Ana Popovic but we got a chance to play with her. She’s the real deal folks. Here is our set list from tonight:

Hot Tuna 7, 2010
The Electric Quintet Featuring
Jorma Kaukonen, Jack Casady
Barry Mitterhoff, G.E.Smith
And Skoota Warner
The Canton Blues Festival
Canton, Ohio
Saturday, June 19, 2010

1. Talkin’ Bout You
2. Living Just For You
3. I Wish You Would
4. Ode To Billy Dean
5. Long Gone From Kentucky
6. 99 Year Blues
7. Hesitation Blues
8. Can’t Get Satisfied
9. Rock me Baby
10. Eyesight To The Blind
11. If This Is Love, I Want My Money Back
12. Funky #7
13. Encore: with Ana Popovic… Shuffle in E

This was a good one indeed. Well, we’re late and it’s time to head off to Chicago for the gig tomorrow at the Old Town School Of Folk Music. Nite all…

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  1. Kevin Weilacher
    June 20th, 2010 at 10:09 | #1

    Jorma,

    Thank you and the rest of Hot Tuna and G.E. Smith for coming to Canton to the Blues Fest.
    You guys were amazing..!!!
    I’ve been a fan forever and have been waiting for the day to see you live and this was just incredible.
    The weather made it an even more enjoyable experience and you guys made this guy one happy Hot Tuna fan….

    Peace

  2. Kevin Weilacher
    June 20th, 2010 at 12:09 | #2

    Also…lest I forget. Happy Fathers Day!!

  3. June 20th, 2010 at 17:51 | #3

    I drove up from Pittsburgh for the show and it was, as always, well worth it. GE fit in well, adding perfect touches throughout. His prescence gave the guys another equally strong point to work off of. It’s always great to see master musicians work and play well together. There were smiles all around onstage and in the audience. The setting was great and the crowd dug what the band was puttin’ down. I was lucky enough to see Jorma and Barry along with David Bromberg in January and this show was a perfect bookend. It was the first time I’ve seen electric Tuna since the Beacon in ‘06 and this edition has developed and fermented nicely. Barry’s work on electric Mando stands up to what Papa John brought to the mix back in the day. Great stuff.

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