Tom Mitchell – Oct. 1, 1976

Tom Mitchell was a musician living in Saratoga when he played the Coffee House. A great singer and song-writer, he now lives in Nashville. Tonight’s performance featured Tom Mitchell (vocals and guitar), Tony Markellis (bass), Pete Smith (pedal steel). Tom also gave me the nickname “Roger Cornbread”.

Tom Mitchell Intro and Lookout Church and Paydays Sam Ogan
Clovehitch Every Memory is You Cornshuck Two-Step French and Indian Score Nuts for Bolts Neon Shadows Lenore Timepiece (partial)
Cowtown Impressions Eastern Beer Peach Pickin’ Time Long, Gone Lonesome Blues Sing to me Now Rose of San Antone Blue, Blue Day Honest Sam I’m so Lonesome I Could Cry Six Pack to go Wasted Rose Cryin Time Hey, Good Lookin’ I’ll be Glad When You’re Dead For the Love of Pete

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