Flew directly from a work trip in San Jose, California
AA SJC 8:30am to DFW 2pm
Went to the hotel for a few hours to get some work done.
Super 8 in Irving, $73
This One’s For You
Coyote Drive-In – Ft. Worth TX
Thursday June 19th, 2014
Conch Shell / Lovely Cruise (instrumental)
1 Summertime Blues
2 Brown Eyed Girl
3 I Will Play For Gumbo
4 Grapefruit-Juicy Fruit
5 Changes In Latitudes, Changes In Attitudes
6 Too Drunk To Karaoke
8 Come Monday
9 Something About A Boat
10 Last Mango In Paris
11 One Particular Harbour
12 Cheeseburger In Paradise
13 Son Of A Son Of A Sailor
14 Back Where I Come From
15 A Pirate Looks At Forty
16 Southern Cross
19 Knee Deep
The Coral Reefer Band, how about that. Our lovely Reeferettes, Tina Gullickson right there. Miss Nadirah Shakoor on vocals. Peter Mayer on the guitar. Mr
Eric Darken on percussion. The Lubbock Flash, Dangerous Doyle Grisham on pedal steel. Mr Mac McAnally on guitar. Mr Roger Guth on the drums. Mr Jim Mayer on the
bass. From Trinidad, Texas, Mr Robert Greenidge on the steel drums. We gotta look that up, I bet there is one, right? John Lovell on trumpet. Our weatherman and
our keyboard player and our musical director, Mr Michael Utely right there. And most of all, thank you all for coming and some of you, thank you for bringing your
kids. Yes, summer vacation, bring 'em on out, we'll take care of 'em right here.
20 It's Five O'Clock Somewhere (with Why Don't We Get Drunk)
Although I didn't get there until about 7:15pm I was still able to get a good spot in the 2nd or 3rd row.
When Jimmy threw his second sweatband out I was able to reach in front of the person in the front row and snatch it right out
of the air with my left hand. Awesome!
Some perspective on the set up.
As Jimmy said, the movie "Rancho Deluxe" that he did the soundtrack for in the 70s was playing on a neighboring screen.