2002 Tour

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? unknown info
* confirmed
# taken from tape trader lists (and therefor far from reliable)
% major doubts over appearance at this event


December

1 – Main Room, Glee Club, Birmingham, England

3 – The No Bush War Tour, Ambassador Theatre, Dublin, Ireland


November

1 – Kulturfabrik, Krefeld, Germany

2 – 03, Tilburg, The Netherlands

3 – Milkweg, Amsterdam, The Netherlands *

5 – Forum, Bielefeld, Germany

6 – E-Werk, Erlangen, Germany *

7 – Szene, Vienna, Austria *

8 – Tollhaus, Karlsruhe, Germany *

9 – Treibhaus, Innsbruck, Austria*

10 – Orto, Ljubljana, Slovenia

13 – Muhle Hunziken, Bern, Switzerland

14 – Albani, Winterthur, Switzerland

15 – Teatro Tonio Dei, Lanusei, Italy

16 – Corallo Rock Club, Scandiano, Italy

20 – La Paloma, Barcelona, Spain

22 – Divan du Monde, Paris, France*

23 – Cactus Club, Brugge, Belgium *

25 – The Fleece, Bristol, England

26 – Marquee Club, London, England *

27 – The Junction, Cambridge, England

28 – Manchester Academy 3, University of Manchester, Manchester, England

30 – King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, Glasgow, Scotland


October

5 – Performance supporting Fair Trade – Not Free Trade rally, Bayfront Park, Duluth MN (Barbara Dane and Alice Stuart also performing) *

16 -Club Lek radio show, VPRO, Studio Desmet, Amsterdam, The Netherlands*

21 – La Boite, Barcelona, Spain [benefit for Ecologists In Action]

22 – El Laboratorio, Madrid, Spain [benefit for Ecologists In Action]

24 – Lille Vega, Copenhagen, Denmark

25 – John Dee, Oslo, Norway

27 – Quasimodo, Berlin, Germany *

28 – Fabrik, Hamburg, Germany*

29 – Kantine, Cologne, Germany

30 – Centralstation, Darmstadt, Germany


 

September

2 – Bumbershoot Festival (30 Aug-2 Sep), Mercer Arts Arena, Seattle Center, Seattle WA*

28 – Speaker at World Bank/International Monetary Fund D.C. Action, Washington DC *


August

14 – Northern Lights Theater, Potawatomi Bingo Casino, Milwaukee WI *

16 – Rocky Mountain Folks Festival, Planet Bluegrass, Lyons CO (16-18 Aug)

17 – Rico Theatre, Rico CO

20 – Blue Heron Club, Missoula MT *

21 – Zebra Cocktail Lounge, Bozeman MT

22 – Harry O’s, Park City UT

23 – Summer Concert Series, Tennis Meadows, Steamboat Springs CO

24 – Olathe Community Park, Olathe CO [benefit for KVNF community radio]

25 – Egyptian Theatre, Boise ID [CANCELLED]

27 – Borealis Theatre, Alaska State Fair, Anchorage AK *

29 – McNear’s Mystic Theatre, Petaluma CA

30 – Rio Theatre, Santa Cruz CA*

31 -Strawberry Music Festival, Camp Mather, Yosemite CA (29 Aug-1 Sep)


July

1 – Ranch Bowl, Omaha NE

2 – Grand Emporium, Kansas City MO

4 – Tennis Meadows, Steamboat Springs CO (as well as her own set she also performed “Blackberry Blossom” with the String Cheese Incident) *

5 – Jazz Aspen Snowmass Thursday Night Free Concert Series, Snowmass Town Park, Snowmass Village Resort, Aspen CO

6 – Roosevelt’s Tavern, Ketchum ID

7 – Waterfront Blues Festival (3-7 Jul), McCall Waterfront Park, Portland OR (Michelle also joined Gatemouth Brown towards the end of his set) *

15 – Words and Music from Studio A, WFUV, Fordham University, New York NY *

20 – State Theatre, Portland ME (special guests Johnny A)

21 – Central Park Concert Series, Agnes MacDonald Music Haven Stage, Central Park, Schenectady NY *

22 – The Turning Point, Piermont NY*

23 – Toad’s Place, New Haven CT [DID NOT EVENTUATE]

25 – Area 22, Newport RI

26 – Warsaw, Brooklyn NY (Danielle Howle also on the bill)

27 – Stephen Talkhouse, Amagansett NY

28 – Hillside Festival, Guelph Lake Conservation Area, Guelph, Canada (26-28 July) *


June

8 – Girl Scouts 90th Anniversary Sing-Along, The National Mall, Washington Monument, Washington DC *

13 – The Coach House, San Juan Capistrano CA (Marie Butterly(?) and Saw Doctors opening) *

14 – Rollin’ On The River, Wingfield Park Amphitheatre, Reno NV (Friday evenings 14 June – 23 August)

15 – Live Oak Music Festival, Santa Barbara CA (14-16 Jun) *

16 – Stern Grove Festival, Sigmund Stern Grove, San Francisco CA*

18 – Lower Native Sons Hall, Courtenay, Canada

19 – Richard’s on Richards, Vancouver, Canada

20 – Capitol Theatre, Nelson, Canada

21 – The State, Regina, Canada

22 – Le Rendezvous, St. Boniface, Winnipeg, Canada

23 – The Cabooze, Minneapolis MN (Shemekia Copeland opening)

25 – Bluebird Nightclub, Bloomington IN

26 – Headliners Music Hall, Louisville KY *

27 – Royal Oak Music Theatre, Royal Oak MI

29 – WYCE Show on the lawn of Gibson’s, Grand Rapids MI

30 – City Folk Sunday Breakfast, WFUV, Fordham University, New York NY*

30 – Beachland Ballroom, Cleveland OH *


May

1 – Interview on Morning Edition, NPR radio, recorded in New Orleans (broadcast date; taped ?)

6 – w/ The Perverse All-Stars, Rams Head Tavern, Annapolis MD *

7 – Birchmere, Alexandria VA

8 – Village Underground, New York NY *

9 – Middle East Downstairs, Cambridge MA

10 – Higher Ground, Winooski VT

11 – w/ The Perverse All-Stars, Ballroom, Pearl Street Nightclub, Northampton MA *

12 – North Star Bar, Philadelphia PA

13 – Rosebud Cafe, Pittsburgh PA *

15 – Village Underground, New York NY *

16 – Cat’s Cradle, Carrboro NC

17 – Asheville Music Zone, Asheville NC *

18 – WMNF 88.5 FM’s 21st Annual Tropical Heatwave, Cuban Club Courtyard, Tampa FL (Hackensaw Boys, Sonny Landreth, Link Wray and Buffalo Strange also playing)

19 – 10 High, Atlanta GA


April

? – Club R&R, Radio & Records (R&R) (radio and record industries information provider), ? (sometime during the week ending 3 April) *

3 -Morning Becomes Eclectic radio show, KCRW, Los Angeles CA*

9 – Official launch of SweatX (LA’s first-ever unionized and worker-owned garment manufacturing co-operative), SweatX factory, Los Angeles CA *

12 – Southgate House, Newport KY *

13 – 3rd and Lindsley, Nashville TN *

14 – Streetside Records instore performance, University City store, Saint Louis MO

14 – Mississippi Nights, Saint Louis MO

15 – Dave’s on Dickson, Fayetteville AR *

17 – w/ The Perverse All-Stars, Continental Club, Houston TX*

18 – w/ The Perverse All-Stars, Sons of Hermann Hall, Dallas TX (Slim Richey’s Dream Band opened) *

19 – Radio station KGSR, Austin TX *

19 – Old Settler’s Music Festival, Salt Lick Pavilion, Austin TX (19-21 Apr)*

20 – Paramount Nightclub, Santa Fe NM *

21 – Whole Earth Festival, Lake Balboa Park, Van Nuys CA (20-21 Apr) *

23 – The Alley, Flagstaff AZ

24 – Fox Theatre, Boulder CO

24 – E-Town radio show, Telluride Conference Center, Telluride CO (broadcast date; taped 12 Mar 2002) *

25 – Launchpad, Albuquerque NM

26 – El Taoseno, Taos NM *

27 – Zephyr Club, Salt Lake City UT

28 – Upstage Center Theatre, Carson City NV


March

12 – E-Town In T-Town, Telluride Conference Center, Telluride CO (taping date; broadcast 24 April 2002)*

23 – Rolling Thunder Down Home Democracy Tour, Travis County Expo Center, Austin TX *


January

12 – Main Stage Amphitheater, Calliope Fest, Young Circle Park, Hollywood FL

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