Our Repertoire is ever-changing and evolving--here's most of it:

After Midnight (J.J. Cale); All Blues (Miles Davis); All The People (orig.);  Angel From Montgomery (John Prine); Beat It On Down The Line (Grateful Dead);  Bird Song (Grateful Dead);  Blame It One Me (George Ezra); Can't You See (Marshall Tucker Band); Cassidy (Grateful Dead); City Of New Orleans (Arlo Guthrie);  Comes A Time (Neil Young); Comin' Home (orig.); Dark Hollow (Grateful Dead); Dead Flowers (Rolling Stones); Deal (Grateful Dead);  Dixie Chicken (Little Feat); Doctor My Eyes (Jackson Browne);  Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood (The Animals); Dreams (Allman Bros.); Driving Won't Get You There (original); Easy Plateau (Ryan Adams); Everything's Got Soul (original); Feelin' Alright (Dave Mason/Joe Cocker); Fooled Around And Fell in Love (Elvin Bishop); Fried Neckbones (Santana);  Ghost Riders In The Sky (Johnny Cash etc); Gimme Some Lovin' (Winwood/Spencer Davis Group); Good Lovin' (The Rascals-Grateful Dead); I Can See Clearly Now (Johnny Nash); I Hear Ya Talkin' (Bob Wills);  Iko Iko (Dr. John-Grateful Dead); `In The Summertime (Mungo Jerry);  It Wasn't Me (orig.); I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel To Be Free (Cold Blood);  Judgment Day (Clapton, blues);  Key To The Highway (Derek & The Dominoes, blues); Knockin' On Heaven's Door (Bob Dylan);  Last In Line (orig.);  Let It Roll (Little Feat); Let's Get Together (The Youngbloods); Listen To The Music (Doobie Bros.); Locomotive Breath (Jethro Tull);  Lodi (CCR);  Long May You Run (Neil Young); Mama Tried (Grateful Dead/Merle Haggard);  The Man Next To Me (orig.); Metaphor (orig.);  Midnight Rider (Allman Brothers); Might As Well (Jerry Garcia); Mystery Train (Elvis); Never Get Weary (Toots & The Maytals);  North American Rock (original); Ol' 55 (Eagles);  Ophelia (The Band);  Outlaw Man (Eagles);Oye Como Va (Santana); Peaceful Easy Feeling (Eagles);  Peace Rain Down (orig.); Pretzel Logic (Steely Dan); Rainy Day Women (Bob Dylan); Ride The River (J.J. Cale & Eric Clapton); Rider In The Rain (Randy Newman); Rocky Mountain Way (Joe Walsh); Running On Empty (Jackson Browne); Seven Bridges Road (Eagles);  Shanty (Good Buzz On) (Jonathan Edwards); She's Gone (orig.); Silver Stallion (Highwaymen); Sittin' On The Dock Of The Bay (Otis Redding); Space Oddity (David Bowie); Spirit In The Sky (Norman Greenbaum); Stand By Me (Ben E. King); Stop That Train (Peter Tosh); Soulshine (Warren Haynes);  Stuck In The Middle With You (Stealer's Wheel); Take A Number (orig.); Teach Your Children (CS&N); Telephone Book (orig.); Tell The Truth (Derek & The Dominoes);  That's All Right Mama (Elvis);  That's No Way To Get Along (Clapton/blues); The Color Of A Lonely Heart (Old 99s); The Low Spark Of High-Heeled Boys (Winwood/Traffic); The Man Next To Me (original); The Mighty Quinn (the Eskimo) (Bob Dylan); The Race is On (George Jones); The Shape I'm In (The Band); The Weight (The Band); Three Deep (original); Up On Cripple Creek (The Band); U.S. Blues (Grateful Dead); Werewolves Of London (Warren Zevon); We Used To Know (Jethro Tull); What It Is (Mark Knopfler); White Bird (It's A Beautiful Day); Whole Lotta Love (Led Zeppelin); Wild Horses (Rolling Stones); Wild Night (Van Morrison); You Ain't Goin' Nowhere (Dylan/Byrds)

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  • The Low Spark of High-Heeled Boys (Steve Winwood & Jim Capaldi)7:44

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The CBDs believe in the restorative power of music, in the spiritual connection between all beings, including a band and their audience.  When the CBDs hit the groove, the listener takes a journey right alongside them.  Tap your feet, dance the night away, travel to the empyrean plane, or astral project, the CBDs will facilitate your journey.  From friendly folk-rock to psychedelic warriors and back, take a ride with the CBDs!  Medicinal Music, Good For What Ails Ya!


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  • Fried Neckbones (Willie Bobo)9:20

‚ÄčThe CBDs are:  Burt Rashbaum on keys and vocals, Evan Cantor on acoustic guitar, harmonica and vocals, Roland LaForge on electric guitar and vocals, Greg Staab on stand-up bass and vocals.  We're featuring Alex Bulkacz on percussion and letting him sub on lead guitar and bass when needed.  He's awesome1