Oct. 23, 2004
Port City Java
Deptford, N.J.

No breaks in this one;  new customers kept arriving right around the scheduled intermissions.  No problem, though;  the lack of breaks simply meant extra songs to play (33 in all).

A few blues songs were sprinkled into each hour in memory of Stevie Ray Vaughan.  The late blues great was born in October, and this year would've been his 50th birthday.  Dom learned the shuffle from listening to Stevie's music.

This was the show debut of blues songs "Tie-Dyed Eyes" and "Getting So Big."  And the last hour of the show featured a song written specifically to be a tribute to Stevie, titled "When Austin Was Everything."

The show had an encore of sorts.  The youngest member of the audience, an infant boy named Nicholae (pronounced NICK-oh-lye) joined Dom at the mic for a song about someone getting a new tooth!

Hum a Few Bars
          Bring Out Your Dead
          On That Long, Green Line
          Not Supposed to Like
          The Settlers
          County Route 553
          Slowly By
          Black-and-White Rainbow
          Two Lights at a Time
          Beginner's Luck
          The Prettiest Girl in the Bar
          Tie-Dyed Eyes
          Everyone Calls Me Jerry
          For What It's Worth
          Yellow Lines
          Best Kind of Everything
          One Less Chance
          The Punchline
          Getting So Big
          From the Delaware to the Sea
          Fast Asleep
          King of Somewhere
          If I Get There First
          I Can't Dance
          When Austin Was Everything
          One of These Days
          Hum a Few Bars
          New Tooth

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