|Mar. 29, 2008
The year's first trip to Fuel House had a striking resemblance to 2007's final appearance at this venue. Fuel House received numerous requests from customers for a sequel to the very successful Dec. 29, 2007 show, leading to this Saturday's return billing of piano-playing songstress Linsey Snyder and Dom.
Similarly to last time's alternating format, Dom led off the evening. His opening set featured two sing-alongs, including an unusually large degree of participation for "Wish You Were Here" (must've been a smart, quick-learning audience!).
After each performer played a couple of solo sets, Dom and Linsey closed the evening with a couple of songs together. Dom played guitar and harmonica while Linsey sang "Amazing Grace" -- which was a hit at the previous show together -- and the night ended with Linsey playing piano while Dom sang "Heartbeat Lullaby," a piano-driven song from his military-support CD, Remember Me: New, Original Folk Music for the American Soldier. But before the collaborations, the encore featured a rousing, audience-laden rendition of "Happy Birthday" (because Linsey's birthday was earlier in March) and a surprising version of "Freebird" by Dom (because an audience member naively "requested" it, not realizing that Dom would grab a harmonica and actually play it)..
- - Set 1 - -
The Song with the Cheesy Rhymes
Like a Rollin' Stone (Bob Dylan cover)
Proud of Him
Wish You Were Here
- - Set 2 - -
Say Hi to Angelo's
When I Get Back
Tupelo Honey (Van Morrison cover)
Good Shepherd Sunday
Ain't So Small After All
- - Encore (performed with Linsey Snyder) - -
Amazing Grace (traditional)
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