Statistics for shows on the list "Stinko1348 > Shows"

All Debuts Seen (27 songs)

Show Date Song Notes
2018-05-27 Push & Pull debut, original
2018-05-27 Xmas at Wartime debut, original
2018-05-26 Seasons debut, original
2018-05-25 Triangle Tear debut, original
2018-01-14 Maybe Someday debut, original
2018-01-14 You & You Alone debut, original; with Brendan and Jake on acoustics
2017-11-04 Sabotage debut, Beastie Boys; Brendan on bass, Jake on keys, Joel on guitar, Andy on drums, Kris on vocals, and Ryan on guitar
2017-09-23 Hold Me Now debut, Thompson Twins
2016-12-31 Cut Off debut, original; with Mad Dog and his Filthy Little Secret horns
2016-12-31 Call to Arms debut, Sturgill Simpson; with Mad Dog and his Filthy Little Secret horns
2016-12-31 Golden Years debut, David Bowie; with Mad Dog and his Filthy Little Secret horns
2016-09-04 Sirius debut, Alan Parsons Project
2015-10-31 Can't Rock My Dream Face debut; Can't Feel My Face (The Weeknd) + Dreams (Fleetwood Mac) + Rock With You (Michael Jackson) mash-up
2015-10-31 Back In Sexual Healing debut; Back In Black (AC/DC) + Sexual Healing (Marvin Gaye) mash-up
2015-05-22 Spinal Meningitis debut, Ween; with Gene Ween
2015-05-22 Take Me Away debut, Ween; with Gene Ween
2015-05-22 Japanese Cowboy debut, Ween; with Gene Ween
2015-05-22 Voodoo Lady debut, Ween; with Gene Ween
2015-05-22 Even If You Don't debut, Ween; with Gene Ween
2015-05-22 Transdermal Celebration debut, Ween; with Gene Ween
2015-05-22 Baby Bitch debut, Ween; with Gene Ween
2015-05-22 The Grobe debut, Ween; with Gene Ween
2011-05-29 Respect Yourself debut, The Staple Singers; with Huey Lewis on harmonica and vocals and Mad Dog's Filthy Little Secret horns, along with Gale Gardner and Linda Greenwood on vocals
2011-05-29 Don't Fight It debut, Wilson Pickett; with Huey Lewis on harmonica and vocals and Mad Dog's Filthy Little Secret horns, along with Gale Gardner and Linda Greenwood on vocals
2011-05-29 Room to Breathe debut, original
2011-05-29 Workin' for a Livin' debut, Huey Lewis; with Huey Lewis on harmonica and vocals and Mad Dog's Filthy Little Secret horns
2010-05-30 Seven Bridges Road debut in full, The Eagles


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