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    Because the setlist exchange thread seems to be longer lists, I thought it might by cool to have a thread to just post new songs you've added. To start off, I've added "Little Black Submarines" by The Black Keys. And in the most obvious mashup ever, I go into Mary Jane's Last Dance where you might think.

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    • #3

      "And she's buying a stairway to heaven...."

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      • Shaster
        Shaster commented
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        Maybe I was too cryptic.  To me, it just starts to sound like Stairway To Heaven around 33 seconds in.  But I suppose that's a fitting tribute to an old chestnut.

        First time I've heard that tune - I've got to get out more...

        EDIT - Back OT, I'm thinking of doing Sugarman by Rodriguez. Is anybody here doing that one yet?


    • #4
      I just added "Dancing in the Dark," " Billy Jean" and Fun.'s "Carry On."

      I'm pretty excited by all three. We'll see how they go over.
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      • #5
        Sorry- Beat It. NOT Billie Jean. Or Billy Jean.
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        • #6
          Dude that's awesome. I always knew there was a Dylan connection but have always wondered what really the deal was.

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          • steve mac
            steve mac commented
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            Plus one own adding Wagon Wheel, I also added Fox On The Run which I did live last week for the first time and prior to playing it, as it was a sing a long type crowd, said I needed help with the three part harmony so I did the first part then all the men came in then the women and it worked a treat. My crowd only knew the Manfred Man version but I played it in the country style and it was a definite winner for me.
            Cheers Steve

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          I played two new ones on Friday

          Wagon Wheel - (OCMS) Darius Rucker

          Boys Round Here - Blake Shelton

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          • Potts
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            Mike McLaughlin wrote:

            I played two new ones on Friday

            Wagon Wheel - (OCMS) Darius Rucker

            Boys Round Here - Blake Shelton


             

            Wagon Wheel is getting amazing responses. I use the looper and do a little 4 bar solo between the verses.


        • #8

          Finishing this up for the weekend.. Gotta start tossing out the summer tunes again.

           

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          • #9
            I've opened for Stoney a couple of times, great guy and crew. Easily the beat I've ever been treated by a headliner, and he gave me some of the smoothest moonshine I've ever tasted. But here in Mississippi he's justly not well known enough to cover regularly. In the college towns, I can get away with doing "One Chord Song" and maybe, "Goin' Down In Flames", but not regularly. Usually just when someone asks me to play some Red Dirt, which I love btw.

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            • #10

              I had a good time last night... I did about 30 minutes in a row of new material. I'm not sure of the order but I did Wagon Wheel, Collide by Howie Day, Basket Case by Green Day, Hey There Delilah, Never is Enough by BNL, Time for Me to Fly (lol).

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              • msmooth
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                Just as a goof I sometimes play basket case real slow. The basic chord progression for 1st part of the song is "Cannon in D". I play "Cannon in D" and sing the words to "Basket Case".


            • #11
              Finally added Wagon Wheel, plus
              Faith - George Michael
              Wake Me Up Before You Go Go - Wham!
              Viva la Vida - Coldplay
              Springsteen - Eric Church
              Only the Good Die Young - Billy Joel
              I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles) - The Proclaimers
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              • Shart
                Shart commented
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                Hurt so good - Mellencamp
                Jack and Diane - Mellencamp
                Wanted dead or alive - Bon Jovi
                Listen to her heart - Tom Petty
                The gambler - Kenny Rodgers
                Wicked Game - Chris Isaak


            • #12
              I've gotten a very good response from my cheeseball pop tunes. So this week I added

              NSync - It's Gonna Be Me
              TLC -No Scrubs
              Corey Heart- Sunglass at Night

              I think they're all here to stay for a while.
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              • daddymack
                daddymack commented
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                Added an instrumental; one I have wanted to learn for literally forty years.



                Jerry Reed was, IMHO, the Father of Chicken Pickin' among other things...his work with Chet Atkins is amazing...including versions of this tune. There is no single complete tutorial on this song, so I had to piece it together from what I could find...I plan to use this solo and with the band.


            • #13

              Just added "Let Her go" by passsenger

               

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              • #14
                I'm working on a few

                When She Says Baby - Jason Aldean
                I Don't Want This Night to End - Luke Bryan (possible mash up/medley with Aldean song)
                Springsteen - Eric Church
                Drink a Beer - Luke Bryan
                Save a Horse - Big and Rich

                I should think about Hey Ho and the Passenger song. I could use some current pop material.

                I also need more late night drunk party/sing along/dance tunes

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                • TIMKEYS
                  TIMKEYS commented
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                  Lady Madonna just got added to the list.   for the root/classic trio show.  


              • #15
                Added Night Train on sax (got the idea from Notes Norton in another thread, thanks!). Tried it out for the first time yesterday, i'm gonna need to practice a bit more before I play It again.

                I've also been working up Carolina by Parmalee, don't know if that made it nationally or was just a regional thing.

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