|Date||Venue||Artist||Set||Song Before||Song After||Notes||Comments|
|2006-07-03||New England Dodge Music Center||Trey, Mike and The Duo (G.R.A.B.)||1||Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey >||> Dragonfly||G.R.A.B. debut.|
|2006-07-07||Jones Beach||Trey, Mike and The Duo (G.R.A.B.)||1||Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey ->||-> Dragonfly|
|2006-07-22||Soo Pass Ranch||Trey, Mike and The Duo (G.R.A.B.)||2||Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey ->||Wave the Ocean|
|2007-05-30||Higher Ground||Page McConnell||e||Strange Design||***|
|2007-06-01||Lupo's at the Strand||Page McConnell||1||***||Runaway Bride|
|2007-06-04||Irving Plaza||Page McConnell||1||Heavy Rotation||Close to Home|
|2007-06-05||9:30 Club||Page McConnell||1||Maid Marian||Final Flight|
|2007-06-07||Variety Playhouse||Page McConnell||1||Heavy Rotation||Close to Home|
|2007-06-09||Bogart's||Page McConnell||1||***||Everyone But Me|
|2007-06-12||The Majestic||Page McConnell||1||Walk the Proud Land||***|
|2007-06-13||The Vic Theatre||Page McConnell||1||***||Back in the Basement|
|2007-06-14||Pantages Theater||Page McConnell||1||Complex Wind||Heavy Rotation|
|2007-07-06||House of Blues||Page McConnell||e||Strange Design||***|
|2007-07-08||High Sierra Music Festival||Page McConnell||1||***||Heavy Rotation|
|2007-07-10||The Fillmore||Page McConnell||1||Runaway Bride||Rules I Don’t Know|
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