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Set List(September 2022)

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

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

3. Creeping In – Nora Jones; up tempo country

4. The Climb – Hayley Carlyon original. Alt country ballad

5. Budapest – George Ezra: up tempo, alt country shuffle

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

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

8. Heart of gold – Neil Young; a gentle, piano driven version of NY's brilliant song

9. How long – Paul Carrack. Just a great song and a big hit for Ace in 1974

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

11. It’s all coming back to me – Hayley Carlyon original; another lovely melancholy     ballad. Hayley doesn't do happy songs!

12. Route 66 – back beat sleazy jazz blues rather than the rocky Stones version

13. Take It To The Limit – Eagles; powerful ballad nailed by Hayley with back up

from the Andrews

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

15. Let Her Go – Passenger; we've changed this around a bit but instantly recognisable as one of Passenger's biggest hits

16. Moondance – Van Morrison; up tempo improvised jazz/blues with the vocals shared

between Hayley and Andrew

17. It’s All Over Now – closer to the Bobby Womack original than the Stones hit

from the 60's

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

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

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

21. Let It Be – Beatles. Plenty of scope for audience participation including phones

waved aloft!

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

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

24. 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.

25. The Tracks Of My Tears - Smokey Robinson...with a more than a sprinkling of Linda Ronstadt

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

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

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