Statistics for shows where "Hajimemashite" was played

All Debuts Seen (139 songs)

Show Date Song Notes
2019-10-31 Can't Stand Losing You debut, The Police
2019-10-31 Synchronicity II debut, The Police
2019-10-31 King of Pain debut, The Police
2019-10-31 Reggatta de Blanc debut, The Police
2019-10-31 Spirits in the Material World debut, The Police
2019-10-31 Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic debut, The Police
2019-08-10 Punchable Face debut, original
2019-05-26 Outshined debut, Soundgarden; with Andy on drums and Kris only on vocals
2018-12-31 Fat Man in the Bathtub debut, Little Feat; with Mad Dog and his Filthy Little Secret horns
2018-12-31 What You Need debut, INXS; with Mad Dog and his Filthy Little Secret horns
2017-05-18 Hunger Strike debut, Temple of the Dog
2016-04-28 Controversy debut, Prince
2016-04-07 I Got You (I Feel Good) debut, James Brown; with Amy Christian and Sharon Jones on vocals and Keith Jenkins replacing Brendan on guitar, along with Natalie Cressman on trombone, Jennifer Hartswick on trumpet, and Mike Quinn on saxophone
2016-04-07 Dancing Days debut, Led Zeppelin
2015-08-14 Once In a Lifetime debut, Talking Heads; with Chicago Mass Choir
2015-08-14 Lean On Me debut, Bill Withers; with Chicago Mass Choir and Jen Hartswick on vocals
2015-01-03 Led Boots debut, Jeff Beck
2014-10-31 Walk This Sweet Funk Emotion debut; Sweet Emotion (Aerosmith) + Walk This Way (Run–D.M.C.) + Funk 49 (James Gang) mash-up; Brendan, Jake, Joel, and Ryan on percussion
2014-10-31 Give It To Mama Jama debut; She's A Bad Mama Jama (Carl Carlton) + Give It To Me Baby (Rick James) mash-up
2014-10-31 National Loser Anthem debut; National Anthem (Radiohead) + Loser (Beck) + In The Air Tonight (Phil Collins) mash-up
2014-10-31 Strangletage debut; Sabatoge (Beastie Boys) + Stranglehold (Ted Nugent)
2014-07-05 Lucid State debut, original
2014-07-05 Educated Guess debut, original
2014-05-24 Scaffolding Melee debut, original; with band performing on keyboards and drum pads at Front of House
2014-04-02 Home debut in full, The New Deal
2014-01-17 A Mild Sedative debut, original
2013-11-01 The Final Teen Spirit debut; The Final Countdown (Europe) + Smells Like Teen Spirit (Nirvana) mash-up
2013-06-21 Happiness is a Warm Gun debut, The Beatles; with Divisions fake-out
2013-04-19 Talking in Your Sleep debut, The Romantics; one verse and chorus
2013-01-20 Tiny Cities Made of Ashes debut, Modest Mouse; sung over The Triple Wide jam
2012-12-31 Dance Hall Days debut, Wang Chung; with Mad Dog and his Filthy Little Secret horns
2012-12-20 It's the End of the World as We Know It (And I Feel Fine) debut, R.E.M.
2012-09-02 The Plot Thickens debut, remix of Deeper by The Palmer Squares from Death By Remix; with The Palmer Squares
2012-02-18 Detroit Rock City debut, Kiss
2012-02-10 Flamethrower debut, original
2011-12-29 Second Song debut, TV On the Radio
2011-12-29 Jekyll & Hyde debut, original
2011-11-26 You Can't Always Get What You Want debut, The Rolling Stones; with Chicago Mass Choir
2011-10-29 Addicted to Kiss debut, Kiss (Prince) + Addicted to Love (Robert Palmer) + I Can't Dance (Genesis) mash-up
2011-10-29 Come As Your Kids debut, Kids (MGMT) + Come As You Are (Nirvana) + You Spin Me Round (Like a Record) (Dead or Alive) mash-up
2011-10-29 In The Puppet Kitchen debut, Puppet Strings / In The Kitchen
2011-10-29 Nineteen Hundred and Eighty-Five Wellwishing debut, Nineteen Hundred and Eight Five (Wings) + Wishing Well (Terrence Trent D'Arby) + Wellwishers mash-up
2011-09-07 Miami Virtue debut, original
2011-05-28 Forks debut, original
2011-05-28 Puppet String debut, original
2011-05-28 Nipple Trix debut, original
2011-05-28 Live and Let Die debut, Paul McCartney & Wings; with Mad Dog's Filthy Secret horns
2011-03-13 Kid Charlemagne debut, Steely Dan; instrumental; dedicated to Owsley "Bear" Stanley
2010-12-31 Get Up (I Feel Like Being a) Sex Machine debut, James Brown; Kris on vocals, Jake on drums, with Mad Dog and his Filthy Little Secret horns and backup singers
2010-12-31 Deeper debut, original
2010-12-31 Demolition Man debut, The Police; with Mad Dog and his Filthy Little Secret horns
2010-12-31 Mixed Bizness debut, Beck; with Mad Dog and his Filthy Little Secret horns
2010-12-31 The Payback debut, James Brown; Kris on vocals, Jake on drums, with Mad Dog and his Filthy Little Secret horns and backup singers
2010-12-31 The National Anthem debut, Radiohead; with Mad Dog and his Filthy Little Secret horns
2010-12-31 Sir Duke debut, Stevie Wonder; with Jake on drums, with Mad Dog and his Filthy Little Secret horns
2010-07-03 Don't Stop Until Crosstown Traffic debut, Michael Jackson / Jimi Hendrix mash-up; with Galactic
2009-12-31 Reelin' in the Years debut, Steely Dan; with Mad Dog and his Filthy Little Secret horns
2009-12-31 Can't Take My Eyes Off Of You debut, Frankie Valli; with Jake on bass
2009-12-31 Move Your Rug debut, Jeff Coffin; with Mad Dog and his Filthy Little Secret horns
2009-12-31 Turn & Dub debut, original (re-mix by Michael G of Easy Star All Stars); with Mad Dog and his Filthy Little Secret horns
2009-12-31 Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out debut, Bruce Springsteen; with Mad Dog and his Filthy Little Secret horns
2009-08-28 Keefer debut, original; named for fan and friend of the band, Chris Keefer, who had recently passed away
2009-04-05 Ride On Pony debut, original
2009-04-05 Empty the Tank debut, original; without Kris, with Robbie Williams on drums
2009-03-13 Let 'Em In debut in full, Wings
2009-02-13 Living On a Farm debut, Ali Baba's Tahini; two verses
2008-12-29 Damn Right I've Got the Blues debut, Buddy Guy; with Buddy Guy on guitar and Jeff Coffin on saxophone
2008-12-29 She's Nineteen Years Old debut, Muddy Waters; with Buddy Guy on guitar and Jeff Coffin on saxophone
2008-12-29 Hoochie Coochie Man debut, Willie Dixon; with Buddy Guy on guitar and Jeff Coffin on saxophone
2008-09-01 Crazy Fingers debut, Grateful Dead; Jake solo acoustic; unfinished
2007-12-14 You Got the Love debut, Rufus; with Jennifer Hartswick on vocals
2007-10-31 Piano Sonata #16 in C Major debut, Mozart
2007-10-31 The Floor debut, original
2007-10-20 Heights debut, Matisyahu; with Matisyahu on vocals
2005-12-30 Play This debut, Keller Williams; with Keller Williams on guitar and vocals
2005-11-19 Goin' Down Slow debut, St. Louis Jimmy Oden; with Huey Lewis on harmonica and vocals
2005-09-29 It's Not Impossible debut, KVHW; with vocals by Ray White, sung over Robot World jam; with Greg Rzab on bass
2005-02-18 Atmosfarag debut, original
2004-11-11 Cat Scratch Fever debut, Ted Nugent
2004-07-16 The Pequod debut, original
2003-12-31 Signed, Sealed, Delivered I'm Yours debut, Stevie Wonder; with horn section, Kris on vocals with Elliott Peck, and Jake on drums
2003-12-31 Ain't Too Proud to Beg debut, Holland/Whitfield; with Tobias Kemmer on trumpet, Raphael Crawford on trombone, and Rob Haight and Charlie Gorzinski on saxophones
2003-12-31 Tell Me Something Good debut, Rufus and Chaka Khan (Stevie Wonder); with Elliott Peck on vocals, along with Tobias Kemmer on trumpet, Raphael Crawford on trombone, and Rob Haight and Charlie Gorzinski on saxophones
2003-12-31 Shotgun debut, Junior Walker; with "Chicago blues" jam; with Tobias Kemmer on trumpet, Raphael Crawford on trombone, and Rob Haight and Charlie Gorzinski on saxophones
2003-12-31 Uptight (Everything's Alright) debut, Stevie Wonder/Henry Cosby/Sylvia Moy; with Tobias Kemmer on trumpet, Raphael Crawford on trombone, and Rob Haight and Charlie Gorzinski on saxophones
2003-11-29 Root Beer Rag debut, Billy Joel; Joel solo
2003-10-23 Last Train Home debut, Pat Metheny; with Brendan on acoustic
2003-09-25 Never Cease debut, original
2003-09-10 Cocaine debut, J.J.Cale; first verse only,
2003-04-10 Pipeline debut, The Chantays
2002-12-31 Sun King debut, The Beatles; complete second side to Abbey Road; with Jake on acoustic guitar
2002-12-31 Carry That Weight debut, The Beatles; complete second side to Abbey Road; with Jake on acoustic guitar; with Josh Quinlan on saxophone
2002-12-31 Polythene Pam debut, The Beatles; complete second side to Abbey Road; with Jake on acoustic guitar
2002-12-31 Her Majesty debut, The Beatles; complete second side to Abbey Road; with just Brendan on vocals and Jake on guitar
2002-12-31 Scenes from an Italian Restaurant debut, Billy Joel; with Josh Quinlan on saxophone and Jake on acoustic guitar
2002-12-31 Golden Slumbers debut, The Beatles; complete second side to Abbey Road; with Jake on acoustic guitar
2002-12-31 You Never Give Me Your Money debut, The Beatles; complete second side to Abbey Road; with Jake on acoustic guitar
2002-12-31 The End debut, The Beatles; complete second side to Abbey Road; with Jake on acoustic guitar; with Josh Quinlan on saxophone
2002-12-31 Because debut, The Beatles; complete second side to Abbey Road; with Jake on acoustic guitar
2002-10-05 Father and Son debut, Cat Stevens; just Jake and Brendan on stage on acoustics
2002-10-05 Peter Gunn / Every Breath You Take debut, Henry Mancini/The Police; a la first episode Sopranos, season three
2002-09-17 Visions debut, original; "Visions of Parin;" with Happy Birthday and Birthday (The Beatles) teases for Andy and Kevin
2002-09-17 Smell the Mitten debut, original; grown from Gesture Under a Mitten; with vocal jam with The Safety Dance (Men Without Hats) lyrics
2002-09-17 Wappy Sprayberry debut, original; with Push the Pig teases and The Safety Dance (Men Without Hats) tease from Joel
2002-05-16 Two of Us debut, The Beatles; acoustic
2002-05-16 In Violation of Yes debut, original (off of Joel's album, Common Sense)
2002-02-08 Last Call debut, original
2002-02-08 Walletsworth debut, original
2001-11-30 Big Heart debut, Lounge Lizards; with Josh Quinlan on saxophone and Ron Haynes on trumpet
2001-11-17 When the World Is Running Down You Make the Best of What's Still Around debut, The Police
2001-10-27 Resolution debut; Ali Baba's Tahini; one verse
2001-08-16 Utopian Fir debut, original; with Prowler jam
2001-07-18 Much Obliged ended with distinct Muffburger Sandwich and Roulette teases (the latter wouldn't debut in full until 08.11.2001)
2001-06-02 Computer "G" debut, Kenny Garrett; with Rich Cohen on saxophone
2001-04-13 Rainbow Country debut, Bob Marley; with Elliott Peck on additional vocals
2001-03-24 Jared debut, Tonefarmer; acoustic
2001-01-27 Tomorrow Never Knows debut, The Beatles
2001-01-27 Mullet (Over) debut, original
2000-12-15 America the Beautiful debut, Katharine Bates and Samuel Ward; Ryan solo
2000-12-15 Well, You Needn't debut, Thelonius Monk
2000-11-17 Walking On The Moon debut, The Police
2000-10-20 Soul Food I debut, original (Ali Baba's Tahini composition)
2000-07-22 Young Lust debut, Pink Floyd
2000-07-22 Debra debut, Beck
2000-05-06 Trenchtown Rock debut, Bob Marley
2000-02-26 Regulate debut, Warren G
1999-09-17 Track Meet debut, Vince Guaraldi
1999-09-17 Jose debut, original
1999-09-17 Hey Nineteen debut, Steely Dan
1999-06-17 I Want You Back debut, Jackson 5; with Jake Cinninger on guitar
1999-06-17 That's What Love Will Make You Do debut, Little Milton; with Jake Cinninger on guitar
1998-09-25 Jessica debut, The Allman Brothers Band
1998-09-25 Wanna Be Startin' Somethin' debut, Michael Jackson
1998-09-11 Lively Up Yourself debut, Bob Marley
1998-09-11 Muff II: The Revenge debut, original
1998-08-29 Big Bottom debut, Spinal Tap
1998-01-31 Sweet Child o' Mine debut, Guns N' Roses
1998-01-31 Cantaloupe Woman debut, Grant Green
1998-01-31 Hajimemashite debut, original


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