Apr. 2, 2011
New Castle Farm Mkt.
New Castle, Del.

Spring's first long performance occurred on a very busy day at the farmers' market. This Saturday afternoon was sunny and almost warm, on the heels of a few days of cloudy, chilly and even a little post-winter snow. It was also the opening weekend of the Major League Baseball season, so two songs with baseball references -- "Making Good Time" and a cover of "Glory Days" -- got a special mention before their renditions.

"Stowing Away on a Train" appeared twice in the playlist, because a three-year-old who had stopped by the market stage near the end of the final set suddenly announced that he liked trains. He and his family were on their way to get ice cream, but they had time to stay and dance to a special song about a train.

One original song made its show debut: "Drink the Sky," in the fourth set.

- - Set 1 - -
Port of Call
Bright, Full Moon
Like a Rolliní Stone (Bob Dylan cover)
Mustang Sally (Mack Rice cover)
Blueberry Wine
You May Be Right (Billy Joel cover)
Brand New Skin

- - Set 2 - -
Wish You Were Here
Good Talker
Atlantic City (Bruce Springsteen cover)
Heartbreak Hotel (Elvis Presley cover)
Cat Out of Water
Wild World (Cat Stevens cover)
Say Hi to Angeloís
When I Get Back

- - Set 3 - -
Making Good Time
Stowing Away on a Train
Heart of Gold (Neil Young cover)
Eight Bars of Blues
The Thrill Is Gone (B.B. King cover)
Blow Away
It Ainít Me Babe (Bob Dylan cover)
Good Shepherd Sunday

- - Set 4 - -
The Song with the Cheesy Rhymes
Drink the Sky
This Land Is Your Land (Woody Guthrie cover)
Lost Along the Way
Texas Flood (Stevie Ray Vaughan cover)
Glory Days (Bruce Springsteen cover)
Cold Pizza
Stowing Away on a Train

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