Concert 2006-04-02 Maui

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Sunday, April 2, 2006
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A complete setlist has not surfaced, but songs performed include:
01. Accidents Will Happen
02. (The Angels Wanna Wear My) Red Shoes
03. Alison
04. She
05. Watching The Detectives
06. Shot With His Own Gun
07. Radio Sweetheart / Jackie Wilson Said
08. Pump It Up
09. Green Shirt
10. (What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace, Love And Understanding?
11. Indoor Fireworks
12. The Comedians
13. Everyday I Write The Book
14. Veronica
15. You've Really Got A Hold On Me
16. The River In Reverse

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Opening act


  • The Time Machine
  • After the opening act the power went out. Elvis came out and stood on the front of the stage and took requests, just playing his guitar and singing. After three or four songs they began to be worried about the battery backup on the lights, so they kicked everyone out of the building. As we were standing outside, Elvis came again, this time with a megaphone with a little police-style talk microphone hooked to it by a coiled cord. The microphone was draped on a music stand, a stage hand held up the megaphone, and Elvis played while Steve played Melodica for a song or two while everyone circled around. Eventually the power came back on and we all went back into the auditorium. He played everything, but the three things I remember now, a couple months later, are: The generosity of Elvis, working so hard to give a good show for those who came to hear him, the stunning quality of his voice without any amplification, and the intensely beautiful song "The River In Reverse" from an album that he had not yet released. --Mtoy



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Photos by Tony Novak-Clifford

Memorabilia Tickets, stage setlist, posters, programs, etc.


Official releases:

  • None

Audience recordings:

  • Unknown

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