The second set is filled with several requests many covers, and even some new songs. They do a medley of Bach to "8 Miles High" to Gershwin I believe. The tail end of the Byrds song had a ukulele solo which extended through the Gershwin. Let me just say simply, that ukulele solos should never sound this good. I realize the instrument is popular now and does work quite well, but it just should not be creating such great tones even with the nimble finger work here. Amazing. "A Day in the Life" worked very well. Normally I would have been surprised, but they have already won me over with their talent and intelligence (not to mention nice humor). A quick encore and they are off to continue the tour and prepare for a long European run with Nanci Griffith who they work with as band members along with being the opening act. The Jammin Java was full of fans that were rightly supportive of this band and would be no doubt asking me where I have been all the while the Kennedys have been working their magic. Well, add this band to my long file of 'Better Late than Never'.
Quote of the Night: from Pete commenting on the only technical screw-up... "I thought I'd put the set list on this (I-Pad) tonight only I forgot to change the settings so it would not turn off after 15 minutes. So three songs in and boom, it's gone."
This is the first time I have seen the I-Pad used. It was joked about throughout the night as they did use it a bit to refresh their memories on the new songs.