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Sherman Theater, Stroudsburg, PA

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Yep… the Sherman is one of those grand old movie palaces that now lets guys like us play there. It was a two set night for us and a great way for us to get our new material out again.

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After a dandy meal, we hit the stage and played the following:

Electric Hot Tuna 5, 2011
Jorma Kaukonen, Jack Casady
Barry Mitterhoff & Skoota Warner
Sherman Theater
Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania
Thursday, June 2, 2011

First Set:
1. I See The Light
2. I Wish You Would
3. Children Of Zion
4. Second Chances
5. Goodbye To The Blues
6. Bowlegged Woman
7. Rock Me Baby
8. A Little Faster
9. Hit Single #1
Second Set:
1. Serpent Of Dreams
2. Mourning Interrupted
3. Easy Now Revisited
4. Corners Without Exits
5. 99 Year Blues
6. Things That Might Have Been
7. Can’t Get Satisfied
8. Mama Let Me Lay It On You
9. Vicksburg Stomp
10. If This Is Love
11. Funky # 7

A late night at the Sherman and an early departure for Mountain Jam.

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  1. Joe from DC
    June 4th, 2011 at 10:47 | #1

    I attended the show at the Sherman
    A real good Tuna night
    Thanks to Tuna for a great evening…

  2. Janet
    June 4th, 2011 at 11:19 | #2

    Wonderful show at the Sherman. Thanks to everyone for the amazing jams…I haven’t let loose like that in a long time! :)

  3. bd67
    June 5th, 2011 at 10:02 | #3

    To quote Jorma from the show (twice), “what _was_ the name of that new album?”.
    I caught three of the new songs as they went by. Well, Zion is easy. And
    Barry gave away Vicksburg, while announcing we were hearing it live for the
    first time. Second Chances was like, uhm, how did I miss this song from
    Quah; err, no. In retrospect, that was ten of the twelve songs from “Steady
    as She Goes”, a great intro to new HT. We also caught New Haven, and picked
    up Barry’s autograph to add to the Poster while he was in the lobby after that
    show. Now if I could just confirm which Pooneil came after the break at
    Corvallis, April 1969. Just Jack and Jorma on stage, a wave of feedback, and
    the show took off at a new level. No setlist I’ve been able to find, must
    have been Ballad; hardly any live versions of House. Very lucky to have
    second chances, thanks.

  4. IArt
    June 5th, 2011 at 13:28 | #4

    Fabulous show! Love the new album. Your performance was as tight and inspiring as ever. Just wish you guys played longer. I miss the old days when you played venues like the Calderon Theater in Hempstead NY. You came on at midnight and finished at 6 am with I Don’t Wanna Go. Actually a management type came up on stage telling you that you had to stop otherwise who knows when the performance would have ended. :>)I look forward to seeing you at the Beacon later this year.

  5. bd67
    June 16th, 2011 at 23:59 | #5

    bd67 :
    To quote Jorma from the show (twice), “what _was_ the name of that new album?”.
    I caught three of the new songs as they went by. Well, Zion is easy. And
    Barry gave away Vicksburg, while announcing we were hearing it live for the
    first time. Second Chances was like, uhm, how did I miss this song from
    Quah; err, no. In retrospect, that was ten of the twelve songs from “Steady
    as She Goes”, a great intro to new HT. …

    So, I’m am idiot. If I’d just listened to the May 27th fur peace recording,
    I’d have heard the april 9th concert that included 2nd chances and … well.
    OK, I’ll wait. Uhm, how long …? That May 27 recording (not the one from
    Wavy’s 75th at Beacon … April 9th) that seems to jump from whatever to I
    see the light … skipping what the blog reports as 2nd chances &etc from
    _steady as she goes_ … well. Whatever’s uploaded is more than we’re
    getting anywhere else, but waiting for the may 27th upload was less than I
    was hoping for. Meanwhile, “steady as she goes” is my favorite list for
    June 2011, and I’m patiently (no kidding, like, patientiently) waiting for
    an upload … I bought mine, those slow people must be buying theirs soon,
    still wishing for a setlist from April, 1969.

    -bd67

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