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Published: 2014/01/03

Leftover Salmon Celebrate NYE with Bill Payne and Jim Page

Leftover Salmon rang in the New Year with two shows at the Neptune Theater in Seattle, WA on December 30 and 31. The band was joined by Little Feat’s Bill Payne for the entirety of both shows, while Seattle singer-songwriter Jim Page sat in with the group for a take on his original “The Stranger in Me,” as well as a cover of Woody Guthrie’s “This Land Is Your Land.”

The December 31 show also featured some other notable covers, including Al Johnson’s “Carnival Time,” The Band’s “Rag Mama Rag,” and a rendition of Little Feat’s “Willin” that-as is often the case—segued into Fraternity of Man’s “Don’t Bogart That Joint.”

Here’s a look at Leftover Salmon’s last two setlists

Tuesday, December 31, 2013, Leftover Salmon, Neptune Theater, Seattle, WA

Set I:

Carnival Time
Steampowered Aeroplane
Get up and Go
Breakin Through
Aquatic Hitchhiker
Sing up to the Moon
Stranger in Me *
This Land is your Land *
Rag Mama Rag

Set II:

Fat Man in the Bathtub
Morning Sun
Unplug that Telephone
NYE Ask the Fish
Bend in the River
Willin Let’s Give a Party
Here Comes the Night
Way up on the Hill Where They Do the Boogie


Ain’t Gonna Work

Entire show with Bill Payne
(*) with Jim Page

Monday, December 30, 2013, Leftover Salmon, Neptune Theater, Seattle, WA

Set I:

Blue Night
Tangled up in Blue
Voodoo Queen Marie
Bird Call
Everything is Round
Dixie Chicken
Zombie Jamboree

Set II:

Gulf of Mexico
Walking Shoes
Two Highways
Tu Na Pas Aller
High Country
Doin my Time
Danger Man
Light Behind the Rain
Railroad Blues 

Entire show with Bill Payne

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