Another big crowd at Yalaha Bakery for the weekly Saturday afternoon craft show (running through May) and genuine porch music from the Simple Cavemen.
The band was pleased to see famed Orlando Sentinel alum Rene Stutzman and her friends in the audience, offering a request for MacGyver’s “Jukebox Serenade.” The set list also included Jimmy Carl’s “Walkin’ Stick Blues,” one that the band doesn’t tackle too often, as well as plenty of Grateful Dead covers.
The Cavemen return to the bakery on May 4.
Here’s what we played:
Set 1. Friend of the Devil (Grateful Dead cover); The Weight (The Band cover); Walkin’ Stick Blues; Safe Inside the Mirror; One Less Gamblin’ Man; Texas Wind; Compilation Blues; American Girl (Tom Petty cover); Like a Rolling Stone (Bob Dylan cover).
Set 2. Bertha (Grateful Dead cover); She’s Gone; Hound Dog (Big Mama Thornton cover); Samosa Girls; You Got Me Runnin’ (Jimmy Reed cover); Jukebox Serenade; Who Do You Believe In Now; Isn’t It a Pity (George Harrison cover).
Set 3. Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door (Bob Dylan cover, MacGyver on mandolin); Fortune Teller (Allen Toussaint cover); For What It’s Worth (Buffalo Springfield cover); Come On, Come On; I Know You Rider (Grateful Dead cover); I Dream; Get Together (Youngbloods cover).