Statistics for shows where "I Want a New Drug" was played

All Debuts Seen (19 songs)

Show Date Song Notes
2017-12-31 Canary in a Coalmine debut, The Police; with Mad Dog and his Filthy Little Secret horns
2017-12-31 The Silent Type debut, original
2016-04-07 Dancing Days debut, Led Zeppelin
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
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
2005-12-31 The Great Gig in the Sky debut, Pink Floyd; with Michelle Hallman on vocals
2005-12-31 Breathe debut, Pink Floyd; "dub version"
2005-12-31 Just a Gigolo debut, Brammer/Caesar/Casucci; with Jake on drums
2005-12-31 (Night Time Is) The Right TIme debut, Ray Charles; everyone on stage
2005-12-31 Turn In Difference debut, Keller Williams; with Keller Williams on guitar and vocals
2000-04-14 Stomping Grounds debut, Béla Fleck; with Rich Cohen and John Wiseman on saxophones
2000-04-14 All Blues debut, Miles Davis; with Rich Cohen and John Wiseman on saxophones and Michael "Mad Dog" Mavridoglou on trumpet
2000-04-07 The Chicken debut, Jaco Pastorius; with Rich Cohen on alto saxophone, John Wiseman on tenor and baritone saxophone, and Aren VanHousen on trumpet
2000-04-07 I Want a New Drug debut, Huey Lewis; instrumental; with Rich Cohen on alto saxophone, John Wiseman on tenor and baritone saxophone, and Aren VanHousen on trumpet
2000-04-07 The Skunk, The Goose, and The Fly debut, Tower of Power; with Rich Cohen on alto saxophone, John Wiseman on tenor and baritone saxophone, Aren VanHousen on trumpet, and Patrick Parks on vocals
2000-04-07 Let's Get It On debut, Marvin Gaye; with Rich Cohen on alto saxophone, John Wiseman on tenor and baritone saxophone and flute, Aren VanHousen on trumpet, and Patrick Parks on vocals


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