Oct. 20, 2007
Fuel House Coffee
Fuel House Coffee is a new music venue within a longstanding Cumberland County eatery, newly remodled and now known as Bain's Deli. The store is a narrow, long rectangle with the food-service area in the front half and a raised stage with more seating in the back half of the store. The hard-wired sound system with speakers mounted into the perimeter makes the music clearly audible from anywhere inside and even on the sidewalk in front of the store.
Dom's debut was a Saturday co-bill with Andy Dimacale (pictured with Dom). The bookers at Fuel House did an excellent job of pairing performers whose musical styles and original songs blended well in an alternating-set format. Dom led off with a 45-minute array of songs, followed by 45 minutes from Andy. They did another round, making for three solid hours of music.
This show was also the first time Dom had copies of Remember Me: New, Original Folk Music for the American Soldier available. A song from the new EP made it into each set.
Wish You Were Here
Proud of Him
Ain't So Small After All
Lost Along the Way
Thunder Road (Bruce Springsteen cover)
It Ain't Too Far Down
Hugs and Kisses
- - Set 2 - -
The Song with the Cheesy Rhymes
Say Hi to Angelo's
When I Get Back
Bright, Full Moon
Like a Rollin' Stone (Bob Dylan cover)
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