posted July 29th, 2008 at 9:59 pm
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The 2008 Year Of Still Here Tour continued Tuesday night as Jimmy moved the tour into Indianapolis for his annual visit.
Returning to Deer Creek for his 25th show, Jimmy brought out a change early with “I Will Play for Gumbo” returning to the set list for the first time since September 20, 2007 in New York City. No other changes occurred but “Volcano” was again in the first set just like Bridgeview.
The second set didn’t include any surprises, but it did feature “Take Another Road” and “Last Mango in Paris,” a carry over from the Bridgeview show. This was just the second performance of “Last Mango” since 2006.
The First Encore opened the same way with “Fins.” The second song was different again as this time honoring a sign request Jimmy played “Glory Days.” The second encore brought out yet another A1A tune, this time it was “Nautical Wheelers,” last played September 19, 2006 in Austin, TX at a Kinky Friedman benefit show.
View the entire set list here.
Update – The Indy Star has a review of the show: “Parrothead Party Meets Expectations”
The Noblesville Daily Times also has a review, including a couple of photos: “Beachballs, Beverages, and Buffett”
The third leg of the 2008 “Year of Still Here” has now concluded. Jimmy’s next show will be at the Newport Folk Festival this Sunday. This show will not be broadcast on Radio Margaritaville. The next leg of the tour will begin August 24 in Atlantic City. There’s still plenty of time to Get your tickets!
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