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06-18-2003More Bonnaroo news; Dates added to summer tour; New album release date

Black-cat list member Brian Casiello just returned from Bonnaroo with the newest piece of Blues Traveler memorabilia - a two-disc set handed out to fans as they entered the gates. The track listing is as follows:

Disc 1
  • Allman Brothers Band - The High Cost of Low Living
  • Blues Traveler - Unable To Get Free
  • Particle - The Banker
  • Jack Johnson - Taylor
  • Northern Mississippi Allstars - Eyes
  • Warren Haynes - I'll Be The One
  • Jason Mraz - I'll Do Anything
  • Indigenous - C'mon Suzie
  • Ben Kweller - Falling
  • Jon Cleary - More Hipper
  • Vusi Mahlasela - When You Come Back
  • Tower of Power - Get What You Want
  • The McCloskey Brothers Band - Angel
  • DRUGS - Mis-America
    Disc 2
  • Widespread - Fishing
  • Robert Randolph & the Family Band - Squeeze
  • Steve Windwood - Walking On
  • Ween - Chocolate Town
  • My Morning Jacket - Mahgeeta
  • O.A.R. - Revisited
  • Galactic - Tiger Roll
  • Ben Taylor - Safe Enough To Wake Up
  • Perpetual Groove - TSM2
  • Drive-By Truckers - Sink Hole
  • Ekoostik Hookah - Dragonfly
  • Guest - At The Screen
  • Antibalas Afrobeat Orchestra - Nyash
  • The setlist for the moe. show with John Popper guesting has now been posted here; old friend Warren Haynes also guested with the band though he was not on the stage at the same time as John.

    Dates continue to stream in for the summer tour - added over the last couple of weeks are two shows in Oklahoma (Tulsa and Oklahoma City) shortly after the Red Rocks shows, a run through the midwest covering St. Louis, Kansas City and up into Michigan, Indiana and Ohio, and the three newest dates in Akwesasne, NY, Elmira, NY and Northampton, MA. The Northampton date now appears to be at the beginning of a post-album release run in the northeast - contrary to previous reports from John Popper himself, the album release has been moved to August 5th. This bodes well for more dates in early to mid-August; stay tuned here for the latest/