San Gabriel Park - 05-31-2015

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  • Sunday, May 31, 2015:   Tomzap played at the Gazebo in the San Gabriel Park in Georgetown, TX, 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm. This our first performance with Shane Meister on drums and guest keyboardist, Brian Chase.

    Song List

    • 01   Rebel Yell - Idol/Stevens 4:50
    • 02   Sueles Dejarme Solo - Soda Stereo 3:30
    • 03   Thatís What She Said - Penick 3:10
    • 04   Come and See the Show - Penick 6:25
    • 05   Start Again - Penick 3:55
    • 06   I Canít Get Over Loving You - Penick 3:45
    • 07   Got to Have a Habit - Penick 3:15
    • 08   Highway Song - Penick 3:00

    • 18   Talk - Coldplay 4:45
    • 19   Itís Alright Itís Okay - the Hawks 5:05
    • 20   Radar Love - Golden Earring 7:05
    • 21   Whatís In a Name - Penick 5:30
    • 22   Shape of Things to Come - Mann/Weil 3:10
    • 23   Wear Your Love Like Heaven - Donovan 3:20
    • 24   De Música Ligera - Soda Stereo 3:20
    • 25   Itís Beyond Me - Penick 3:00

    • 09   Take on Me - a-ha 4:00
    • 10   Never Say Goodbye - Penick 3:10
    • 11   Somebody Loves You - Penick 3:15
    • 12   On and On - Penick 3:35
    • 13   Lords of Light - Hutchins 5:10
    • 14   Hallelujah - Leonard Cohen 3:00
    • 15   Disco Eterno - Soda Stereo 6:15
    • 16   Innerphase - Penick 3:15
    • 17   On My Island - Penick 4:50
    • 26   Everlong - Foo Fighters 4:05
    • 27   Killer Foam - Hutchins 3:20
    • 28   Go Go Power Rangers - Mighty RAW 3:55
    • 29   Audience of One - Rise Against 3:55
    • 30   One Day at a Time - Penick 2:50
    • 31   Vortex Rodger - Hutchins 1:35
    • 32   Get Together - Penick 4:45
    • 33   Traveler - Penick 2:40
    • 34   King of the Surf Guitar - Dick Dale 2:20



    Sound Check


    Guest keyboardist, Brian Chase


    People at the park came to listen.


    Rodger Hutchins


    Tom takes a walk during "Innerphase"


    Another old growth tree is wasted. The lumber could have been salvaged and turned into furniture if the City of Georgetown
    would cooperate with craftsmen willing to harvest and dispose of such trees at no cost to the City.

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