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Set List(Spring 2023)

Ain’t No Sunshine – Classic Bill Withers number;Passenger’s is the closest version to our jazzy/funky treatment

Bright Side Of The Road - Van Morrison. What a happy little song!

Been Caught Cheating – Stereophonics. Hayley’s choice of a slow blues with a difference

Creeping In – Nora Jones; classic up tempo country from her duet with Dolly Parton

The Climb – Hayley Carlyon original. Alt country ballad that inspired the band's name

Budapest – George Ezra; our up tempo, alt country shuffle is a mile from George's original1!

Don’t Stop – Fleetwood mac; rocky but melodic number (OK, lots of covers bands do this one but it works) 

Handle With Care – Travelling Willburys; Country/rock feel. We're big fans of the     Willburys

Heart Of Gold – Neil Young; a gentle, piano driven arrangement of NY's brilliant song

How Long – Paul Carrack; just a great number and a big hit for Ace in 1974

I Saw Her Standing There - Beatles. We decided we wanted to beef up the danceable numbers in the 2nd set and this fits the bill!

If It Hadn’t Been For Love – Steeldrivers; Great country/bluegrass song written by Chris Stapleton and beautifully covered by Adele (really!)

It’s All Coming Back To Me – Hayley Carlyon original. Another lovely melancholy ballad. Hayley doesn't write happy songs!

It’s All Over NowBobby Womack. Closer to th original than the Stones cover from the 60's

In The Basement – Etta James; up tempo full on soul

Keep On Running – Spencer Davis Group; end of set rocker from the mid 60's

Let It Be – Beatles. Plenty of scope for audience participation including phones waved aloft!

Love The One You’re With – Stephen Stills; everyone remembers this from the early 70's. Classic by CSNY

Money (that’s what I want)- written by Tamla founder Berry Gordy and Janie Bradford and made famous by the Beatles;jazz/blues/soul

Route 66 – Chuck Berry. Back beat sleazy jazz blues rather than the rocky Stones version

Take It To The Limit – Eagles. powerful ballad nailed by Hayley with back up from the Andrews

Take It Easy – Jackson Browne/The Eagles; we couldn't resist this well known country/rock number

Let Her Go – Passenger; we've changed this around a lot but still recognisable as one of Passenger's biggest hits

Moondance – Van Morrison; up tempo improvised jazz/blues with the vocals shared between Hayley and Andrew

Precious Time - Van Morrison; cheerful up-tempo shuffle to get the feet tapping

Pour Me - Trick Pony. Great up-tempo country rock drinking song from the early 2000's

Reasons To Believe - written by Tim Hardin, but a hit for Rod Stewart.

Trouble Waiting - Joe Bonamassa; Not the rock treatment that JB gives it; more up tempo jazz blues with an instrumental intro to kick off the set

The Tracks Of My Tears - Smokey Robinson...with a more than a nod to Linda Ronstadt

That's What I Like About You - Trisha Yearwood. Country rocker

Waggon Wheel - Darius Rucker. Sing along country classic

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