And here I thought I'd never get the chance to hear an Uncle Tupelo song live... The entire set was played by Jay (with nothing but his guitars) and another guitarist (Mark Spencer) who moved to keyboards for a couple of tracks. I don't think more than half the set was Sebastopol tracks. There were a surprising number of songs from Wide Swing Tremolo (although "Strands" wasn't one of them, unfortunately), and (in my opinion) the highlight of the evening was "Still Be Around" from Still Feel Gone. If I had my choice, I would have liked "Whiskey Bottle" instead, but I'll take what I can get. If you have or had any interest in Uncle Tupelo, Son Volt, or Farrar's solo work, this isn't a show to be missed. I saw Son Volt live twice, and this show was far and away better than either one. Remaining dates: Fri11/09/01 - Lexington, KY - Lynagh's* Sat11/10/01 - Louisville, KY - Phoenix Hill Tavern* Sun11/11/01 - Indianapolis, IN - The Vogue* Tue11/13/01 - Bloomington, IN - Bluebird Nightclub* Wed11/14/01 - Champaign, IL - High Dive* Fri11/16/01 - Chicago, IL - Park West* Sat11/17/01 - St. Louis, MO - The Pageant* Thu11/29/01 - Milwaukee, WI - Miramar Theatre* Fri11/30/01 - Madison, WI - Luther's Blues* Sat12/01/01 - Minneapolis, MN - First Avenue* ------------------ He obviously misinterpreted what it means to "be bullish."