Whistle Stop

Photo by Phil Jacobs

It’s not a short drive from Orlando to Tomball… but hey, Texas is a big state. We were on our way to Main St. Crossing in Tomball, Texas.

Main St. Crossing…

Photo by Phil Jacobs

As you can see by the marquee… we’re in good company!

Hot Tuna 4, 2022

Jorma Kaukonen & Jack Casady

Main Street Crossing

Tomball, Texas

Friday, February 11, 2022

First Set:

  1. Dime For Beer
  2. Candy Man
  3. Parchman Farm
  4. Letter To The North Star
  5. Genesis
  6. Ode To Billy Dean
  7. That’ll Never Happen No More
  8. Death Don’t Have No Mercy
  9. Sea Child
  10. Trial By Fire
  11. Take Your Time
  12. Keep  Your Lamps Trimmed & Burning

Second Set

  1. Serpent Of Dreams
  2. Come Back Baby
  3. Second Chances
  4. Broken Highway
  5. Hesitation Blues
  6. Great Divide Revisited
  7. Trouble In Mind
  8. San Francisco Bay Blues
  9. Sleep Song
  10. Good Shepherd
  11. Roads and Roads &
  12. I Know You Rider
  13. Encore: Water Song
At the Crossing

Photo by Barry Berenson

The a moderately brief drive to Dallas and the Granada.

In lights…

Photo by Phil Jacobs

Hot Tuna 5, 2022

Jorma Kaukonen & Jack Casady

Granada Theater

Dallas, Texas

Saturday, February 12, 2022

First Set:

  1. True Religion
  2. I See The Light
  3. Barbeque King
  4. Great Divide Revisited
  5. That’ll Never Happen No More
  6. Whining Boy Blues
  7. I Am The Light Of This World
  8. Song For The Stainless Cymbal
  9. Full Go Round
  10. Living In The Moment
  11. Sea Child
  12. Trial By Fire
  13. San Francisco Bay Blues

Second Set:

  1. Hesitation Blues
  2. How Long Blues
  3. Ode To Billy Dean
  4. Letter To The North Star
  5. Wolves & Lambs
  6. Sleep Song
  7. In The Kingdom
  8. Ice Age
  9. Waiting For A Train
  10. Keep Your Lamps Trimmed & Burning
  11. Encore: Embryonic Journey
Live in Dallas

Photo by Phil Jacobs

Then a non stop bus run to Kansas City to watch the Super Bowl!

The boys with the game on an iPad waiting for the hotel

Selfie by Myron Hart

OK… the Super Bowl. Obviously I would have preferred the Bengals to win for a lot of reasons… but they didn’t. I;m not pleased, but that’s football I guess. We still love Joe and his team mates!

Next year…


  1. Comment made on February 14, 2022 by Dave Rosenbluth

    Having witnessed Myron’s enthusiasm for Joe Burrow firsthand, I’m sure he was living and dying on every play.

  2. Comment made on February 14, 2022 by carey georgas

    The Tomball show was a sight to behold. The house was full and jumpin’. The set list was masterfully crafted and supernaturally performed. I guess what got me most of all was the totally obvious joy experienced by the two old friends up there doing what they love. There weren’t no going through motions to get the show done and on to Dallas. Those guys were having a blast, and it was more contagious than the Omicron. The whole house was infected by the end of the first song. Nothing beats watching masters doing what they enjoy, and enjoying it while they do. I think Jack’s been attached to his bass during the pandemic. He was showing some moves that came from a place few ever know. I even thought I saw Jorma’s jaw drop a time or two. Thank you for a time well had.

  3. Comment made on February 14, 2022 by john o

    That’s right. Jack is from California and Jorma’s from Ohio. Good game but refs blew it at the end giving the Bengal’s 3 penalties on the winning drive. Bengals should’ve won. Joe Burrow is a great quarterback!
    Great setlists in Texas!

  4. Comment made on February 14, 2022 by Richard

    I have to guess there was one guy on the bus that is happy about the Rams win…JC

  5. Comment made on February 14, 2022 by George W Henn

    Parchman Farm? Very cool!

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