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2005 - Concert Dates
The Presidents Of The United States Of America (PUSA):
Lineup: Chris Ballew (Vocals, Basitar), Andrew McKeag (Guitbass, Vocals) and Jason Finn (Drums, Vocals)
|2005-01-12||Tsunami Relief Concert, The Showbox, Seattle, WA|
Tiki God / Feather Pluckin' / Back Porch / Volcano / Kitty / Sweet Emotion (Aerosmith cover) / Drool At You / Naked and Famous (3x, 11x, 17x, and 202 times!) / Lump / Some Postman / Boll Weevil / Mobile Home / Dune Buggy / Toob Amplifier (the special Andrew version) / Love Everybody / Mach 5 / Peaches / Video Killed the Radio Star -"Don't You Want Me Baby?"-"I Wanna Be Sedated"-"Let the Good Times Roll" / 5,500 Miles / We're Not Gonna Make It / Kick Out the Jams -"Shout"with the Presidents of the United States of America, MxPx and Smoosh
The Showbox Tsunami Relief Concert No. 1, benefiting Northwest Medical Teams.
7 p.m. Wednesday. $15 in advance (TicketsWest)
|2005-01-14||Tsunami Relief, Seattle, WA|
|2005-01-20||eNaugural.com Ball, Washington, DC|
with J. Geils, Gerry Beaudoin Jazz Trio
Live entertainment will include Rock and Roll Hall of Fame nominee J. Geils with the Gerry Beaudoin Jazz trio, the Presidents of the United States of America, and other renowned band and DJ entertainment. The event will also be simulcast on TV Worldwide's Internet TV Channel for U.S. Veterans, USVets.TV
|2005-01-21||Palace Casino Resort, Biloxi, MS|
|2005-01-27||Chilkoot Charlie's, Anchorage, AK|
Presidents return to Chilkoot's
"The Presidents of the United States of America were back in town Jan. 27 playing to a sold-out crowd at Chilkoot Charlie’s. Spirits were high and dollar beers had everyone in a good social mood. Promoting its new album “Love Everybody” and parading its usual PUSA antics, the band had everybody in the crowd loving them.
The Presidents took the stage at around 10:30 p.m. and played for nearly two hours. Playing all of its classic hits such as “Lump,” “Peaches,” “Dune Buggy” and “Body,” it had the crowd singing along to every song in unison. Along with its old hits, the band also jammed out roughly half of its new album, to a delighted audience.
Any Presidents fan in attendance could tell you that not only was the show two hours of solid music, but it was a comedy act as well. Front man Chris Ballew provided spontaneous moments of absolute hilarity. Ballew is like that crazy bald uncle you wish you had. At one point in the show, he stopped playing in the middle of a song and stared at the audience with one of his signature weird looks.
“I’ve been a fan since sixth grade; it was a blast,” said Natalie Semmens, a senior in the nursing program at UAA.
Toward the end of its set, Ballew and drummer Jason Finn switched instruments and played the last of the show before the encore. The Presidents have long been known for its unique instruments. Instead of regular guitars, the band has the guitbass and the basitar. The guitbass is a regular electric guitar with only two bass strings on it and the basitar is the opposite. This is how PUSA gets its well-known sound, and it always leaves those in the audience asking what kind of instrument it is that band members are playing.
While some in attendance listened on from various parts of Koot’s while playing pool or sitting at the bar, the majority of the people in the bar packed into the main room to take part in the show.
“Everybody was soaking wet with sweat, it was really hot,” said audience member Joe Kluberton. Despite the heat and cramped, shoulder-to-shoulder space, fans jumped, danced and shook their fists to every song.
The Presidents have been loyal to Alaska fans, returning to play in Anchorage, Fairbanks and Juneau at least two times each year for the last few years.
“Alaskan people are great. We have the best shows of our lives up here,” Ballew said.
When the show was done, the band hung around and signed autographs for about of 20 minutes and even danced with members of the audience. It had to jet soon after though, since its flight to Juneau left just hours later.
“I was really impressed. They were really great in person,” said Ivan Chickigak-Steadman. Who would have thought that an almost-40-year-old balding guy and his two wacky friends could put out such popular, yet juvenile music? We haven’t seen the last of the Presidents in Alaska, and that’s a good thing." - lint Helander
|2005-01-28||Marlintinis Lounge, Juneau, AK|
|2005-01-29||Blue Loon Cultural Epicenter, Fairbanks, AK|
|2005-02-05||PardiGras, Sacramento, CA|
|2005-02-21||Fridays, Cartoon Network|
Highway Forever (youtube)
PUSA plays in Cartoon Network Fridays with Long Haul on the Presidents Day.
Andrew McKeag's first TV performance with The Presidents Of The USAPro-shot video
|2005-03-02||Mezz, Breda, Netherlands|
|2005-03-03||Astoria, London, England|
|2005-03-18||Northwest School Benefit, The Paramount Theatre, Seattle, WA|
Tiki God / Boll Weevil / Some Postman / Lump / Dune Buggy / Love Everybody / Mobile Home / Zero Friction / Shreds of Boa / Peaches / Kick out the Jamswith Pearl Jam, Ann & Nancy Wilson of Heart and Bill Frisell
"Pearl Jam, Presidents of the United States of America, Ann & Nancy Wilson of Heart and Bill Frisell will perform a special concert to benefit The Northwest School on Friday March 18, 2005 at 8:00PM, at the Paramount Theater (911 Pine Street). Pearl Jam's Stone Gossard and Presidents' Jason Finn both are alumni of the school. Ann Wilson is a parent of a current student and Bill Frisell is a parent of an alumna of The Northwest School.
Proceeds from the benefit show will go to Seattle's The Northwest School, which is an independent college preparatory school for grades six thru 12. Their students come from around the world and from diverse economic and cultural backgrounds. The school values academics equally with the arts. This year, they celebrate their 25th anniversary and are launching an ambitious program to renovate and expand their historic building."
|2005-03-24||The Clubhouse Music Venue, Tempe, AZ|
Setlistwith Ember Coast, Slender Means
|2005-03-25||Belly Up, Solana Beach, San Diego, CA|
Tiki God / Kitty / Highway Forever / Feather Pluckn / Some Postman / Back Porch / Poke & Destroy / Naked & Famous / Lump / Zero Friction / Boll Weevil / Love Everybody / Dune Buggy / Mobile Home / Peaches / Shreds Of Boa / Video Killed The Radio Star / Kick Out The Jams / 5,500 Miles / Froggie / Mach 5 / We're Not Gonna Make It
|2005-03-31||Rams Head Live!, Baltimore, MD|
Tiki God / Kitty - Superstition / Highway Forever / Boll Weevil / Some Postman / Back Porch / Drooling At You / Naked and Famous / Lump / Zero Friction / Mobile Home / Love Everybody / Dune Buggy / Shreds of Boa / Peaches / Video Killed the Radio Star / Encore: Kick Out the Jams - Shout / 5,500 Miles / Froggie / Mach 5 / We Are Not Going To Make Itwith Fools & Horses
|2005-04-01||Lupo's Heartbreak Hotel, Providence, RI|
|2005-04-02||Green Mountain College, Poultney, VT|
|2005-04-04||Safeco Field, Seattle, WA|
SetlistSeattle Mariners Opening Day festivities
The festivities begin with a special live pre-game performance by Seattle's own Presidents of the United States. They will perform their hit Lump and new release Love Everybody.
|2005-04-16||Brandeis University, Waltham, MA|
with WTF and Jazz Mandolin
While football-throwing, frisbee-catching and beer-drinking might've best characterized a sun-soaked Great Lawn Saturday afternoon, the annual SpringFest-which featured an eclectic lineup of national acts and campus bands-delighted a mid-sized crowd in what was perhaps students' last chance to enjoy the outdoors before the onslaught of finals arrives.
Campus band The Edition played a very deft set in the early afternoon. Their songs-often lounge-derived blues music with noodling solos and long keyboard grooves-worked well as a background quilt to all the revelries going on under the sun.
Influential West Coast hip-hop ensemble The Pharcyde came next. Although old by rap standards, they energized the small crowd and kept the afternoon's mood relaxed, reflecting the sunny weather. The group consistently interacted with their audience, leading call-and-response chants and bringing fans onstage.
Much to the fans' delight, the group played a slightly extended set; although they attempted to end the show several times after reminding the crowd that they were only the opening act, they acquiesced to the audience and played several extra songs.
Dedicating their set to the late comedian Mitch Hedberg, venerable yuksters The Presidents of the United States of America headlined the afternoon. They seemed removed from a bygone era-a time when most Brandeis students were still in elementary school, and when having your song covered by "Weird Al" Yankovic was a sign of overwhelming commercial success.
Amazingly, during the Presidents' hour-and-then-some-long set, most of the crowd was seen singing along to all the older songs. The rockers were as energetic in concert today as they sounded on the post-grunge, pop-punk inspired tunes of their first two platinum-selling albums. From bunny-jumping on stage during "Dune Buggy" to expressing approval for Ollie the Owl, The Presidents seemed at home playing in front of the Shapiro Campus Center, even treating fans to cheery, off-kilter between-song banter and odd jokes about squirrels and raspberries.
The set's highlights included most of the classic songs from their first album, including "Kitty," "Lump" and the now-classic "Peaches." The Presidents knew how to order their set list, spreading fan-favorites among old album tracks, new singles and covers. An expansive medley of classic covers included Joan Jett's "Heartbreaker," The Car's "Good Times Roll," Oasis' "Wonderwall" and The Ramones' "I Wanna be Sedated," finally concluding with their hit rendition of The Buggles' "Video Killed the Radio Star." The Presidents might not be a band who can play "Free Bird"-especially seeing how there are only five strings between "gitbassist" Dave Dederer and "bassitarist" Chris Ballew-but their upbeat, fun set kept the crowd engaged, proving to be a surprisingly nice conclusion to a beautiful day on Shapiro Lawn.
by Ben Yakas
|2005-04-18||Paradiso, Amsterdam, Holland|
Tiki Lounge God / Kitty / Highway Forever / Boll Weevil / Some Postman / Naked and Famous / Lump / Zero Friction / Back Porch / Munky River / Lunatic to Love / Mobile Home / Dune Buggy / Shreds of Boa / Video Killed The Radio Star / Love Everybody / Peaches / Kick Out The Jams / Mach 5 / Froggie / We Are Not Going To Make ItAudience Tape
|2005-04-20||Hot Ter Lo, Antwerp, Belgium|
Setlistwith Voicst and Fever
|2005-04-22||The Forum, London, England|
|2005-04-23||O2 Academy 2, Manchester, England|
Tiki God / Kitty / Zero Friction /
Monkey River / Naked & Famous / Boll Weevil / 5,500 Miles / Highway Forever / Lump / Some Postman / Mobile Home / Video Killed The Radio Star / Peaches / Kick Out The Jams - Shout - Ace Of Spades / Mach 5 / Shreds Of Boa / We're
Not Gonna Make It
|2005-04-24||Notts Rock City, Nottingham, England|
|2005-04-26||The Garage, Glasgow, Scotland|
|2005-05-01||Underground, Koln, Germany|
|2005-05-16||Pinkpop, Landgraaf, Netherlands|
Tiki God / Kitty / Highway Forever / Boll Weevil / Some Postman / Back Porch / Lump / Zero Friction / Mach 5 / Dune Buggy / Shreds Of Boa / Love Everybody / Video Killed The Radio Star / Peaches / Kick Out The Jams / We're Not Gonna Make It
|2005-05-20||Pierce College, Puyallup, WA|
|2005-05-22||Shockoe Bottom, Richmond, VA|
Richmonds y101 New York 4th Annual Birthday Bashwith Sum 41, Unwritten Law, Kasabian,Underoath, Fall Out Boy, The Prom Kings, Hawthorne Heights, A Static Lullaby, Throttlerod
|2005-06-02||WOW Hall, Eugene, OR|
Setlistwith Village Green, and alterEGO
|2005-06-03||Crystal Ballroom, Portland, OR|
Lunatic to Love / Boll Weevil / Kitty / Highway Forever / Naked and Famous / Lump / Zero Friction / Back Porch / Some Postman / Mobile Home / Shreds of Boa / Froggie / Dune Buggy - What I Like About You (Romantics cover) / Will You Be My Girlfriend / Love Everybody / Bug City / Don't You Want Me (The Human League cover) - Wannabe (Spice Girls cover) - Rock You Like a Hurricane (Scorpions cover)- Video Killed the Radio Star (The Buggles cover) / Peaches / Kick Out the Jams (MC5 cover)- Shout (The Isley Brothers cover) / Munky River / Tiki God / 5,500 Miles / We Are Not Going to Make It
with Village Green and CarolinesAudience Tape
|2005-06-04||Napavine Amphitheatre, Napavine, WA|
|2005-06-05||The Royal Room, Bellingham, WA|
Lunatic To Love / Boll Weevil / Kitty / Highway Forever / Naked and Famous / Lump / Zero Friction / Back Porch / Some Postman / Mobile Home / Shreds of Boa / Froggie / Dune Buggy / Love Everybody / Video Killed the Radio Star / Peaches / Kick Out the Jams - Shout / Tiki God / 5,500 Miles / We're Not Gonna Make ItTHE PRESIDENTS OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA are playing at the Royal on Sunday, June 5th. Tickets are $25 via www.ticketswest.com. Supporting bands: Typical Ace and No-Fi Soul Rebellion. Show starts at 7pm... 21+!
|2005-07-08||Paar Van Troje, Den Haag, Holland|
PUSA on tour 2005 Poster.
|2005-07-09||Cactus, Festival, Minnewaterpark, Brugge, Belgium|
with Zuco 103, Babylon Circus, Admiral Freebee, Bonnie "Prince" Billy, Asian Dub Foundation
|2005-07-22||Crossroad Festival, Gijon, Spain|
with The Blasters, Blues Explosion, El Vez the Mexican Elvis, Lucky Peterson, The Stepbrothers, J. Teixi Band
|2005-07-29||McCord AFB, Tacoma, WA|
|2005-07-30||Capitol Hill Block Party 2005, Seattle, WA|
Video Killed The Radio Star / Some Postman / Kitty / Highway Forever / Back Porch / Love Everybody / Stranger / Lump / Zero Friction / Froggie / Munky River / Mach 5 / Boll Weevil / Shreds Of Boa / Dune Buggy / Kick Out The Jams / Peaches / Jennifer's Jacket / Tiki God / We Are Not Going To Make Itwith Built to Spill, The Gossip, Blue Scholars, Crystal Skulls, Kuma, The Stereo Future and Razraz
|2005-08-07||Spring & Airbrake, Belfast, Ireland|
t is difficult to believe just how packed the Spring & Airbrake was for the recent Presidents of the USA show in Belfast. It seemed that no matter who I spoke to in the weeks approaching the gig, the response was the same – ‘Who? Oh yeah, those guys who did that song ‘Peaches’. Yeah, I remember them – didn’t they split up?’… Indeed, they did, but now they’re back together with a brand new album, the excellent ‘Love Everybody’ and it seems that the fan base they established a decade ago, through quirky pop-punk tracks like ‘Lump’, ‘Dune Buggy’, and, of course, ‘Peaches’ haven’t deserted them…
The crowd at the gig were all pretty excited and support band Gimik perhaps, therefore, didn’t quite get the attention they were expecting. The local lads, who recently supported Natasha Bedingfield at the Waterfront Hall, were probably a little too mainstream for the large proportion of the audience at the Presidents gig, but that didn’t stop them pulling out all the stops to get a reaction.
Gimik are certainly infectious, playing an insanely upbeat blend of poppy punk that brings to mind the likes of Bowling For Soup. Their track ’25 Years’, which has been receiving almost indecent amounts of airplay on local radio, was obviously the most well received track during their short set, but they just might have managed to win over a few more converts. Although, clearly not that many, if the number of young ladies in the loos whingeing about how shit the support act was in between re-applying lip-gloss was anything to go by…
However, it’s the Presidents that everyone at the gig was here for and the anticipation was reaching fever pitch as the band bounded onto the stage. They may have split up in 1997 and only recently reformed, but they looked and sounded like they’ve never been away! Bursting into a triumphant version of their Buggles cover, ‘Video Killed The Radio Star’, the Spring & Airbrake virtually exploded into one mad pogoing mass in response. It’s easy to see why the band have reformed – they certainly seem to have a real love, a real passion for playing live and it makes them an exciting live act to view.
Seemingly the only band to come out of Seattle in the Nineties that didn’t sound like they hated themselves and wanted to die, it seemed unfair that the Presidents’ mid-Nineties fame was so fleeting. One mega-selling debut album, containing all the hits, followed a year later by an equally as good, but not nearly as appreciated, follow-up and shortly after that they were gone…
However, the Spring & Airbrake set was a timely reminder of just how good this little band is. Sure, it’s the hits that really get the crowd going – ‘Lump’ has the crowd almost out-singing vocalist Chris Ballew, ‘Dune Buggy’ receives almost as manic a reception and set closer ‘Peaches’ almost raises the roof – but this is an extremely comprehensive set, which includes memorable gems from the first album, such as ‘Back Porch’ and ‘Naked & Famous’, under-rated treasures from ‘II’, such as ‘Froggie’ and ‘Tiki God’, which makes an appearance during the encore and the brilliant ‘Mobile Home’, from the B-sides album, ‘Pure Frosting’. It’s a set-list, which would make a fan-boys eye gleam with joy…
However, the Presidents aren’t just back to play the hits, They’ve got a new album to plug, after all, and the material from ‘Love Everybody’ can more than hold its own against the classic material. The hugely infectious ‘Some Postman’ is on a par with those classic hits, Ballew ensured that ‘Zero Friction’ stuck firmly in the brain by leading the crowd in a sing-a-long chorus and the lazy grooves of ‘Munky River’ and the impossibly cute country style of ‘Jennifer’s Jacket’, which kicked off the encore, shows that the President’s haven’t lost their knack for crafting a quirky tunes.
So, it’s good to have the Presidents back… and judging by the smiles on the faces of those leaving the Spring & Airbrake after the gig, I’m not the only one who thinks that way. They’re the perfect remedy when you’re taking life too damn seriously… Hail to the chiefs indeed…
|2005-08-08||The Button Factory, Dublin, Ireland|
|2005-08-10||Academy 2, Birmingham, UK|
|2005-08-11||Leadmill, Sheffield, UK|
Video Killed The Radio Star / Some Postman / Kitty / Highway Forever / Back Porch / Love Everybody / Naked And Famous / Lump / Zero Friction / Froggie / Munky River / Mach 5 / Boll Weevil / Shreds Of Boa / Lunatic To Love / Dune Buggy / Kick Out The Jams - Shout / Peaches / Jennifer's Jacket / Tiki God / Poke And Destroy / We Are Not Going To Make It
with Reuben and ScannersAudience Tape
|2005-08-13||Nirwana Tuinfeest, S.E.Nirwana, Lierop, Holland|
Back Porch / Jennifer's Jacket
Incomplete setlist taken from youtube videos.with Heideroosjes, Ignite, Racoon, The Sheer and Burn the 8 track
|2005-08-15||Academy 2, Liverpool, UK|
Video Killed The Radio Star / Some Postman / Kitty / Highway Forever / Back Porch / Love Everybody / Naked & Famous / Lump / Zero Friction / Lunatic To Love / Munky River / Mach 5 / Roll Up / 5,500 Miles / Bug City / Dune Buggy / Kick Out The Jams (Inc Shout) / Peaches / Jennifer’s Jacket / Tiki God / Move It (We're Not Gonna Make It?)
"I rolled up to the gig in Liverpool waiting to be impressed. Was I? Damn straight I was, the band opened up with Video Killed The Video Star and laid waste to a Liverpool crowd that was not as many as I expected. They played quite a few tracks from the latest album including my current fave Zero Friction. They play 21 songs in all and at one point they get the whole crowd to take a step back and all sit down! Not just a few, but every single person in the room sitting on the floor, it was quite a sight! They also threw in a rip roaring cover of MC5’s ‘Kick Out The Jams’, a live fave of the band forever. In the middle they slip into Lulu’s ‘Shout’, it’s plain to see that they are having the times of their lives, and are like the cliché says ‘tighter than a ducks arse.’ They inject a humour and fun to the show that has you reeling in the years and smiling like the Joker in Batman 1, combined with some great songs. Alongside the Flaming Lips, Everclear and Weezer, the Presidents are the most fun you can have with your clothes on - miss them and miss out." Jj – 2005.
|2005-08-16||Lemon Tree, Aberdeen, UK|
|2005-08-17||T On The Fringe @ Liquid Room, Edinburgh, Scotland|
|2005-08-19||Roadmender, Northamptonshire, Northampton, UK|
|2005-08-20||V Festival, JJB Arena Stage, Chelmsford, UK|
|2005-08-21||Vestival, JJB Arena Stage, Staffordshire, UK|
|2005-08-31||Victrola coffee shop, Seattle, WA|
SetlistSuprise Robyn Hitchcock performances, which also had Scott McCaughey, Jim Sangster, Tad Hutchison, Kurt Bloch (Young Fresh Fellows), Mike Mills and Peter Buck (R.E.M.), John Ramberg, Bill Rieflin(The Minus 5) , Chris Ballew (Presidents of the United States of America), Sean Nelson (Harvey Danger) performing. Fellows played a few songs solo, and the rest was one big killer set.
|2005-09-16||The Big Easy, Spokane, WA|
Tiki God / Kitty / Highway Forever / Boll Weevil / Shreds of Boa / Feather Pluckin' - Baby You're A Rich Man / Lump / Some Postman / Back Porch / Zero Friction / Mobile Home / Munky River / Lunatic to Love / Dune Buggy / Mach 5 / Love Everybody / Peaches / Kick Out the Jams -Shout - Ace of Spades / Froggie / 5,500 Miles / Video Killed the Radio Star / We're Not Going to Make It
|2005-09-17||KQXR/Boise X-Fest, Idaho Center Amphitheater, Boise, ID|
with MXPX, Vendetta Red, Megan McCauley and Art of Dying
|2005-09-19||The Boardwalk, Orangevale, CA|
|2005-09-20||The Independent, San Francisco, CA|
|2005-09-22||House Of Blues, Anaheim, CA|
|2005-09-23||Key Club, Hollywood, CA|
SetlistFri: Presidents of the United States of America, No-Fi Soul Rebellion, Porterville, The Culprits,
|2005-09-24||House Of Blues, San Diego, CA|
|2005-09-26||University of Washington HUB Lawn (students only), Seattle, WA|
Setlistwith Harvey Danger, Smoosh
|2005-10-03||Middle East Club, Cambridge, MA|
Boll Weevil / Kitty / Highway Forever / Tiki God / Shred of Boa / Naked and Famous / Lump / Zero Friction / Back Porch / Some Postman / Dune Buggy / Mach 5 / Candy / Love Everybody / Peaches / Kick Out the Jams / We Are Not Going to Make It / Video Killed the Radio Star / Froggie / Thursday (Morphine Cover)Audience Tape
|2005-10-04||The Fillmore New York at Irving Plaza, New York, NY|
Boll Weevil / Kitty / Highway Forever / Tiki God / Shreds Of Boa / Naked And Famous / Lump / Zero Friction / Back Porch / Monkey River / Some Postman / Dune Buggy / Andrew Solo - Mach 5 / Candy / Love Everybody / Peaches / Kick Out The Jams - Shout Encore: Jennifer's Jacket / Video Killed The Radio Star / Thursday / We're Not Gonna Make ItAudience Tape
|2005-10-18||Allan's Music, Melbourne, Australia|
Back Porch / Some Postman / Dune Buggy / Love Everybody / Munky River / PeachesAudience Tape
|2005-10-18||JB Hi-Fi, Melbourne, Australia|
Boll Weevil / Zero Friction / Froggie / Some Postman / Lump / Highway Forever / Video Killed The Radio Star
JB Hi-Fi In-Store Performance.Audience Tape
|2005-10-20||The Metro Theatre, Sydney, Australia|
poster from pusafan.net
Tiki God / Kitty / Highway Forever / Boll Weevil / Love Everybody / Naked and Famous / Lump / Zero Friction / Back Porch / Munky River / Lunatic To Love / Shreds Of Boa / Dune Buggy / Some Postman / Candy / In My Time Of Dying / Mach 5 / Peaches / Kick Out The Jams - Ace Of Spades / Jennifer's Jacket / Video Killed The Radio Star / We Are Not Gonna Make ItAudience Tape
|2005-10-22||Centure Theatre, Sydney, Australia|
|2005-10-25||The Tivoli, Brisbane, Australia|
|2005-10-28||The Hifi Bar, Melbourne, Australia|
|2005-10-30||Transmission Room, Auckland, NZ|
Setlistwith The Sneaks
|2005-12-29||The Sunset Tavern, Seattle, WA|
Chris and Tad showwith Huge Spacebird (joined on bongos by Chris and Tad)
|2005-12-31||New Year's Eve Bash, Seattle, WA|
Love Everybody / Kitty / Highway Forever / Back Porch / Some Postman / Naked and Famous (3 times, 7 times, 17 times) / Lump / Froggie / Dune Buggy / Zero Friction / Nuthin' But Luv / Mach 5 / Shreds of Boa / Candy / Dueling Banjos! / Toob Amplifier / *HAPPY NEW YEARS! - Auld Lang Syne* / Video Killed the Radio Star- Let the Good Times Roll - Don’t You Want Me Baby? - I Wanna Be Sedated / Peaches / Kick Out the Jams / Tiki God / Body / We’re Not Gonna Make It
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