|Date||Venue||Artist||Set||Song Before||Song After||Notes||Comments|
|2002-11-04||Club Helsinki||Mike Gordon and Leo Kottke||1||Cripple Creek||Can't Hang|
|2002-11-05||Ira Allen Chapel, University...||Mike Gordon and Leo Kottke||1||Corrina, Corrina||Can't Hang|
|2002-11-08||The Bowery Ballroom||Mike Gordon and Leo Kottke||1||Middle of the Road||Twice|
|2002-11-12||Variety Playhouse||Mike Gordon and Leo Kottke||1||***||Can't Hang|
|2002-11-13||Park West||Mike Gordon and Leo Kottke||1||Can't Hang||The Collins Missile|
|2002-11-15||Mississippi Nights||Mike Gordon and Leo Kottke||1||Can't Hang||The Last Steam Engine Train|
|2002-11-17||The Fillmore||Mike Gordon and Leo Kottke||e||Standing on the Outside||***|
|2002-11-19||Boulder Theater||Mike Gordon and Leo Kottke||1||Can't Hang||The Driving of the Year Nail|
|2005-06-19||Telluride Town Park||Mike Gordon and Leo Kottke||1||Eight Miles High||William Powell|
|2005-07-01||Red Rocks Amphitheatre||Mike Gordon and Leo Kottke||1||***||Disco|
|2005-07-03||High Sierra Music Festival||Mike Gordon and Leo Kottke||1||The Collins Missile||Corrina, Corrina|
|2005-09-15||Liberty Hall||Mike Gordon and Leo Kottke||1||Sweet Emotion||Rings|
|2005-09-16||Mississippi Nights||Mike Gordon and Leo Kottke||1||Sweet Emotion||Invisible|
|2005-09-21||Variety Playhouse||Mike Gordon and Leo Kottke||1||Twice||Ojo|
|2005-09-30||House of Blues||Mike Gordon and Leo Kottke||1||Cripple Creek||I'm Going Back to the Old Home|
|2005-10-28||Berklee Performance Center||Mike Gordon and Leo Kottke||1||Old Habits||Twice|
|2021-12-09||Sixth and I||Leo Kottke and Mike Gordon||1||Twice||Four Cents|
|2021-12-15||Troy Savings Bank Music Hall||Leo Kottke and Mike Gordon||1||You Are My Flower||Twice|
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