Posted by: Barbara Evanhoe | February 5, 2012

“Me and My Baby” Set List

This morning, Keith and I sat down to review and edit our set list ~ the song list we draw from when preparing for a performance ~ songs we know, like to play, and which people seem to respond to.

Here is what we ended up with….a wide variety of tunes written and performed from 1926 to the present; classic country to classic rock, folk and blues.

The list gives the title of the work, followed by the songwriter or artist most of us would associate with the song.

Hopefully you will find some of your old favorites, and we welcome your suggestions for others to add to the list!

A Gallon of Gas The Kinks
All I Have to do is Dream The Everly Brothers
Amie Pure Prairie League
An Old Man’s Darlin Adie Grey
Baby Don’t Go Sonny and Cher
Baby I’m Yours Barbara Lewis
Braun-Yr-Aur Stomp Led Zeppelin
Bus Stop The Hollies
Calling Your Name Hank Williams III
Cartouche Ritchie Blackmore
Cecil Brown Hank Williams III
City of New Orleans Arlo Guthrie
Columbus Stockade Davis/Sargent
Coming Into Los Angeles Arlo Guthrie
Cover of the Rolling Stone Dr. Hook
Cowboy Sweetheart Patsy Montana
Crazy Patsy Cline
Daydream The Lovin’ Spoonful
Deed I Do Les Paul and Mary Ford
Did You Ever Have to Make Up Your Mind The Lovin’ Spoonful
Don’t Let the Sun Catch You Crying Gerry and the Pacemakers
Don’t Think Twice It’s Alright Bob Dylan
Eight Days a Week Lennon/McCartney
Fast as You Dwight Yoakam
Folsom Prison Blues Johnny Cash
For What It’s Worth Buffalo Springfield
For Your Love The Yardbirds
Friend of the Devil Grateful Dead
From a Jack to a King Jim Reeves
Get Together The Youngbloods
Glendale Train Grateful Dead
Gold Dust Woman Stevie Nicks
Good Lovin’ The Young Rascals
Groovy Kind of Love The Mindbenders
Grow Old With You Adam Sandler
Have You Ever Seen the Rain Credence Clearwater Revival
Heartaches by the Number Ray Price
Heh Heh Good Lookin’ Hank Williams
Hotter Than Mojave in My Heart Iris DeMent
I Can Hear Kentucky Calling Me Osborn Brothers
I Can’t Find Your Love Anymore Hazel Dickens
I Fall to Pieces Patsy Cline
I Feel Fine Lennon/McCartney
I Got You Babe Sonny and Cher
I Only Want to be With You Dusty Springfield
I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight Bob Dylan
Ice Cream Man Van Halen
If Wishes Were Horses Claire Lynch
I’m Into Something Good Herman’s Hermits
In Spite of Ourselves John Prine / Iris DeMent
Istanbul They Might be Giants
It Doesn’t Matter Anymore Paul Anka
It’s a Beautiful Day Moby Grape
It’s My Lazy Day Gene Autry
Jackson Carter/Cash
Jambalaya Hank Williams
Jugband Song Dave Bromberg
Just Like Rain Kathy Kalick
Keep On Turning Pence
Last Train from Poor Valley Norman Blake
Last Train to Clarksville The Monkees
Lay Down Sally Eric Clapton
Living On A Volcano Pence/Evanhoe
Lodi Credence Clearwater Revival
Margaritaville Jimmy Buffet
Me and Bobby McGee Janis Joplin
Mean Old Wind Kris Delmhorst
Midnight Special Johnny Rivers
My Window Faces the South Bob Wills
Night Train to Memphis Traditional Country
Obladi Oblada Lennon/McCartney
Old Hippie The Bellamy Brothers
Old Time Rock and Roll Bob Seger
One Fine Day Carole King / Gerry Goffin
One Toke Over the Line Brewer and Shipley
Partytown Glen Frey
Peaceful Easy Feeling The Eagles
Proud Mary Credence Clearwater Revival
Queen’s Knight Pence / Evanhoe
Rock Around the Clock Bill Haley
San Antonio Rose Bob Wills
Secret Agent Man Johhny Rivers
Seven Months 39 Days Hank Williams III
Shanty Jonathan Edwards
Something About Nothing Pence/Evanhoe
Southern Pacific Neal Young
Spooky Atlanta Rhythm Section
Summertime Blues Eddie Cochran
Sundays Will Never be the Same Spanky and Our Gang
Sunset Isle RV Pence / Evanhoe
Sunset Ride Pence / Evanhoe
Sunshine Superman Donovan
Take Me Back to Tulsa Bob Wills
Take Me Home Country Roads John Denver
Teach Your Children Crosby, Stills and Nash
The Last Time The Rollong Stones
The Very Things that Make You Rich Sidney Bailey
The Way It Goes Gillian Welch
These Boots are Made for Walking Nancy Sinatra
Time Won’t Let Me The Outsiders
Tired of Waiting The Kinks
Tony’s Chowder Pence / Evanhoe
Train Train Blackfoot
Truckin’ Grateful Dead
Tulsa Time Don Williams
Under the Boardwalk The Drifters
Up on the Roof The Drifters
Up the Lazy River The Mills Brothers
Volcano Jimmy Buffet
When I Lost You Stuckey and Smith
White Rabbit Jefferson Airlplane
You Ain’t Goin’ Nowhere Bob Dylan


  1. Wow! What a list! I still want to order one of your CDs. Do you have any left? Are you going to record some more songs?

    • Yes, we do have some copies of “Smokin’ Oldies” left…we’ll be sure that you get one on your next trip to see us (tee hee!) We will be doing more recording, and are learning to use some basic video editing software to make a music video for the song we wrote about Truth or Consequences…Dean would sure come in handy right about now!!!!

  2. That’s quite the extensive set list. I am pleased to see you have one of my all time favorites, “In Spite of Ourselves.”

    Did you do something different with the post or is it because there is no picture? Usually I have to save the picture in order to view it because it covers more than one screen. Also, I have to scroll to read the post. I know there is a way to do it, but I don’t know how.

    I danced Friday for a CD of original songs that Dave is making. It was fun. Hope all is well. Nan

    • “In Spite of Ourselves” is a great tune, but you just have to listen with an open mind, and not let the earthiness of it get in the way 🙂

      So good to hear that you are dancing.

      You’re probably right about the absence of a picture making a difference in how you view the post….everyone’s computer settings are different, so it’s hard to trouble-shoot….we’re just grateful that you take the time read our blog!

  3. I’m impressed…..what a diverse set of tunes. My hat is off to you. Dr dangerous,MD

    • Hi Doc…Keith says that your being impressed is pretty impressive. Thanks for the comment!

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