|Date||Venue||Set||Song Before||Song After||Notes||Comments|
|1998-01-20||Theatre of the Living Arts||2||Black Orpheus||Barber's Hint|
|1998-01-21||The Knitting Factory||2||Black Orpheus||Barber's Hint|
|1998-01-22||The Birchmere||2||Black Orpheus||Barber's Hint|
|1998-01-23||Rams Head||2||Flux||Good and Plenty|
|1998-01-26||Jim Porter’s Good Time Emporium||2||Flux||Mandoneon|
|1998-01-27||Be Here Now||2||Flux||Mandoneon|
|1998-01-28||Cat's Cradle||2||Ballad for Trio||Mandoneon|
|1998-01-29||The Georgia Theatre||2||Ballad for Trio||Fixin' to Die|
|1998-01-30||Zydeco||2||Ballad for Trio||Boodha|
|1998-01-31||Contemporary Arts Center||2||Blues in the Closet||Nimbus|
|1998-02-03||Stubb's||2||Chapeau||The Country Open|
|1998-02-05||Smith’s Olde Bar||1||Good and Plenty||Mandoneon|
|1998-02-06||Ace of Clubs||2||Black Orpheus||Nimbus|
|1998-02-08||Graffiti Showcase||2||Contois||The Country Open|
|1999-02-12||Irving Plaza||2||The Milliken Way||Smoke on the Water|
|1999-02-13||9:30 Club||e||Contois||The Opera|
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