Yeah, last night was a riot… mouse circus and all…

Here’s the set:

Jorma Kaukonen 35, 2020

Quarantine Concert Series #29

Live From The Fur Peace Station

Darwin, Ohio

Saturday, December 5, 2020

1.        Too Many Years

2.        Another Man Done Gone

3.        Living In The Moment

4.        Full Go Round

5.        Mann’s Fate

6.        Search My Heart

7.        Uncle Sam Blues

8.        Operator With John Hurlbut

9.        Sitting In Limbo with John Hurlbut

10. Kansas City Southern with John Hurlbut

11. Someone’s Calling with John Hurlbut

Our Quarantine Concert Series give all of here at the Fur Peace Ranch purpose… more than you all can know. The pleasure is ours…

More will be revealed!


  1. Comment made on December 10, 2020 by Howard

    Brownian Motion, very interesting. Simplifying it, I’d like to think there’s more to life than how vibrating spores organized themselves into systems in a petri-dish. I get the metaphor and your expressive writing is wonderful. Congrats on your’s and Vanessa’s anniversary. Mazel Tov Jorma. It’s a two way street and you cannot possibly imagine how much the weekly quarantine concerts have meant to us. Thank you as always.

  2. Comment made on December 9, 2020 by Dale Radeleff

    Congratulations!!! You and Nessa may catch up to Bev and I one day, last April was our 35th. That’s over half our lives!!! I did fulfill the dream of flight and purchased a 1947 Cessna 120 and I shared that dream with almost 60 Young Eagles and several Old Eagles and friends to boot, age took away my ability to fly safely so now I’m taking up the guitar again. Go out to your local airport and see if some old timer will take you up, you’ll Love IT!!! I hope you and Vanessa have an enjoyable week good health and great friendships. One last thing, thanks for signing my 2 FPR stickers, something I can pass on to my kids and grandkids. Rock on Brother

  3. Comment made on December 8, 2020 by Ham Neggs

    Happy Anniversary Jack gave you great advice, from his ❤️ and that’s what friends are for.
    Hello to all and wear a mask
    Peace✌🏻️❤️Love All Ways🔥🚲🌹🙏🏻🖖🏼

  4. Comment made on December 7, 2020 by Brendan Carroll

    Good on, Buckeyes.

    It crossed my mind the Jaxter and you might hold some sort of performance record for acoustic duo. Then again, humans have been playing stringed instruments quite a while, so Atlantis or ancient Greece might have had their own Tuna.

  5. Comment made on December 7, 2020 by mikie

    WC also had a saying abt why not to drink the water.
    Jorma and John play so well together, it’s a treat to watch. m

  6. Comment made on December 7, 2020 by carey georgas

    @carlo pagliano
    Hey, Carlo. I got to peep inside the Scala in Milano once. Quite the edifice. I got to jive one time in the Ohio Scala. I’ll take a Tuna over a tenor any day! I got a cool story about seeing the Last Supper on my visit to Milan. If we ever meet up, I’ll share. Ciao.

  7. Comment made on December 7, 2020 by Ed

    @carlo pagliano
    Hey, Carlo. The quote attributed to W.C. Fields – and like many of these things it’s unclear if he actually said it – is “Never work with children or animals.” It’s because they steal every scene.
    And I want to say that your devotion to the concerts – 2 a.m.! – is inspiring to someone who can watch them at 8pm. It’s really cool when we hear from you. Stay well.

  8. Comment made on December 7, 2020 by carlo pagliano

    Oh yes of course, sorry, Happy Anniversary Vanessa and Jorma, Happy Anniversary!

  9. Comment made on December 7, 2020 by eaglesteve

    Dug #29. Thank you.
    Happy Anniversary to Vanessa & Jorma, and many more.

  10. Comment made on December 7, 2020 by carlo pagliano

    Jorma always Jorma fortisimo Jorma. I ainn’t no great an asker, but if I may: what did William Claude Dukenfield say abt dogs and children on a stage? The addiction that I choose for this eternity I’m living in is the Sunday mor 02.00 am local time in direct stream with the Fur Peace Station (the Scala in Ohio), where Jorma and Vanessa let us enter in their home and in their hearts like no one ever in this world. Life is the greatest invention of them all, but I want Jorma and Vanessa in it, otherwise I rather sleep away. Thank You Jorma, ever so grateful.

  11. Comment made on December 7, 2020 by carey georgas

    One man’s purpose is another’s panacea. Is it symbiosis? I don’t know, but having the Saturday night diversion to look forward to has been a touchstone in this time of shared turbulence. In future days it will be a central part in my telling of the story. Thank you.

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