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Tuesday, September 16, 2008

For What I Don't Become...

Posted By on Tue, Sep 16, 2008 at 4:19 PM

 

Glossary was in town Friday night at White Water Tavern and ripped through a stellar set of crowd-pleasers. Joey Kneiser crooned as his wife pitched in with sweet back-up vocals and the rest of the band rocked along through favorites like “Shaking Like a Flame,” and a great version of “Bitter Branch” that rolled right into “Poor Boy.” “City Lights Shine” was a highlight, providing a needed punch toward the end of the night, and “Shout it From the Rooftops” stirred up the drunk and happy crowd. The set also included two new songs and covers of tunes by Neil Young (“Harvest”) and the Boss (“Promised Land”).  See full set list below
Little Caney
Only Time Will Tell
New Song
Shaking Like a Flame
New Song
Bitter Branch
Poor Boy
The Reckless
Headstones and Dead Leaves
Harvest (Neil Young)
Almsgiver
City Lights Shine
Blood on the Knobs
Shout it from the Rooftops
Promised Land (Bruce Springsteen)

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