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Boogie / Swing / Oldies / Classic Country

Ain’t Nobody Here But Us Chickens – Asleep At the Wheel
Almost Like a Song – Ronnie Milsap
Always Late – Lefty Frizzel
Always On My Mind – Willie Nelson
Baby’s Got Her Blue Jeans On – Mel McDaniel
Beer Barrel Polka – Frankie Yankovic
Big City – Merle Haggard
Blue Skirt Waltz – Hank Thompson
Boogie Back To Texas – Asleep At the Wheel
Cajun Baby – Doug Kershaw
Choo Choo Ch’ Boogie – Asleep At the Wheel
Chug-a-Lug – Roger Miller
Crystal Chandelier – Charlie Pride
Dance With Who Brung You – Asleep At the Wheel
Don’t Be Angry – Stonewall Jackson
Don’t Close Your Eyes – Keith Whitley
Driving My Life Away – Eddie Rabbitt
Family Tradition – Hank Williams, Jr.
Folsom Prison Blues – Johnny Cash
For the Good Times – Ray Price
Get Rhythm – Johhny Cash
Good Hearted Woman – Waylon Jennings
Highway 40 Blues – Ricky Scaggs
House of Blue Lights – Asleep At the Wheel
Houston – Gatlin Brothers
If We Make It Through December – Merle Haggard
I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry – Hank Williams
In Heaven There Is No Beer – Frankie Yankovic
Is Anybody Going To San Antone – Charlie Pride
I Think I’ll Just stay Here and Drink – Merle Haggard
I Walk the Line – Johnny Cash
Just Because – Frankie Yankovic
Kiss An Angel Good Morning – Charlie Pride
Last Date – Floyd Cramer
Let’s Chase Each Other Around the Room – Merle Haggard
Louisiana Saturday Night – Mel McDaniel
Make the World Go Away – Eddy Arnold
Margaritaville – Jimmy Buffett
Miles and Miles Of Texas – Asleep At the Wheel
My Toot Toot – Doug Kershaw
Okie From Muskogee – Merle Haggard
Only Daddy That’ll Walk the Line – Waylon Jennings
On the Road Again – Willie Nelson
Rainy Day Women – Waylon Jennings
Ring Of Fire – Johnny Cash
Roll In My Sweet Baby’s Arms – Flatt & Scruggs
Roly Poly – Asleep At the Wheel
Route 66 – Asleep At the Wheel
San Antonio Rose – Asleep At the Wheel
Seeds and Stems – Commander Cody
She Thinks I Still Care – Ronnie Milsap
Silver Wings – Merle Haggard
Six Days On the Road – Dave Dudley
Stand On It – Mel McDaniel
Stand Up – Mel McDaniel
Statue Of a Fool – Jack Greene
Take Me Back To Tulsa – Asleep At the Wheel
Texas Boogie – Dale Watson
The Fugitive – Merle Haggard
The Race Is On – George Jones
Tick Tock Polka – Frankie Yankovic
Together Again – Buck Owens
Too Fat Polka – Frankie Yankovic
Two Dollars In the Jukebox – Eddie Rabbitt
Working Man Blues – Merle Haggard
Yakety Sax – Boots Randolph

Motown / R & B / Soul

1 2 3 4 – Coolio
Back In Love Again – LTD
Beat It – Michael Jackson
Best Of My Love – Emotions
Big Boss Man – Jimmy Reed
Billie Jean – Michael Jackson
Boogie Shoes – K.C. and the Sunshine Band
Brick House – Commodores
Can’t Get Enough – Barry White
Celebration – Kool and the Gang
Cold Shot – Stevie Ray Vaughan
Couldn’t Stand the Weather – Stevie Ray Vaughan
Damn Right I Got the Blues – Buddy Guy
Disco Inferno – Tramps
Don’t Stop – Michael Jackson
Early In the Morning – B.B. King
Easy – Commodores
Everyday People – Sly and the Family Stone
Fire – Jimi Hendrix
Fire – Ohio Players
Foxy Lady – Jimi Hendrix
Funkytown – Lipps, Inc.
Get Ready – Temptations
Get the Funk Out Of My Face – Brothers Johnson
Get Up Offa That Thing – James Brown
Give It To Me Baby – Rick James
Going Down – Jeff Beck / Freddie King
Got Your Money – Ol’ Dirty Bastard
Heard It Through the Grapevine – Marvin Gaye
Hound Dog – Big Mama Thornton
I Feel Good – James Brown
I’d Rather Go Blind – Etta James
If the House Is Rockin’ – Stevie Ray Vaughan
I’ll Take You There – Staple Singers
I’m Your Boogie Man – K.C. and the Sunshine Band
Isn’t She Lovely – Stevie Wonder
Jump, Jive and Wail – Brian Setzer
Just My Imagination – Temptations
Kansas City – Wilbur Harrison
Killing Floor – Jimi Hendrix
Laying In the Alley – Tinsley Ellis
Let Me Go Home, Whiskey – Kenny Wayne Sheppard
Let’s Stay Together – Al Green
Let the Good Times Roll – B.B. King
Linda Lou – Ralph Turner
Little Wing – Jimi Hendrix
Love Shack – B-52s
Love Train – O’Jays
Mary Had a Little Lamb – Stevie Ray Vaughan
Masquerade – George Benson
Midnight Hour – Wilson Pickett
Milkshake – Missy Elliot
Mr. Magic – Grover Washington
My Prerogative – Bobby Brown
One Way Out – Allman Brothers
Papa Was a Rolling Stone – Temptations
Pick Up the Pieces – Average White Band
Play That Funky Music – Wild Cherry
Pride and Joy – Stevie Ray Vaughan
Purple Haze – Jimi Hendrix
Rainy Night In Georgia – Brook Benton
Red Beans – Snooks Eaglin
Red House – Jimi Hendrix
Rock Me Baby – B.B. King
Sex Machine – James Brown
Shake, Rattle and Roll – Jeff Healey
Shake Your Booty – K.C. and the Sunshine Band
Shake Your Booty Down – Jackson 5
Soul Man – Sam and Dave
Southbound – Allman Brothers
Standing On Shaky Ground – Delbert McClinton
Statesboro Blues – Allman Brothers
Strokin’ – Clarence Carter
Super Freak – Rick James
Superstition – Stevie Wonder
Sweet Melissa – Allman Brothers
Texas Flood – Stevie Ray Vaughan
The Thrill Is Gone – B.B. King
The Wind Cries Mary – Jimi Hendrix
Tore Down – Eric Clapton / Freddie King
Walking the Dog – Rufus Thomas
Whip It – Dazz Band
Wonderful Tonight – Eric Clapton
YMCA – Village People
You Dropped A Bomb On Me – Gap Band
Zoot Suit Riot – Cherry Poppin’ Daddies

Smokehouse is an all-pro band from Minnesota, constantly on tour throughout Middle America. Featuring blazing instrumentals and strong vocal harmonies, this is a group that was born to boogie.

A top flight act with a diverse song collection, Smokehouse can satisfy practically any audience, and their down-home personalities have earned them a reputation as some of the most likable guys in the business.  They carry high tech, modern production and are right at home in venues of almost any size. Get ready for a red hot, smokin’ entertainment experience, because that’s what Smokehouse is all about!

 Randy Bauer is a master of many instruments, primarily keyboards, saxophone, and accordion. He grew up in Blackduck, Minnesota, and started playing music at the age of eight. By the time he was 15 he had made music a full-fledged career.  He remembers having to sit on stage during breaks because he was too young to be in the club.  Out of high school he went on the road full time with several acts, including Macarthur Park, a funk band out of Washington, D.C.  He also started his own two-piece band called 2′s Company, a show band that played five-piece rooms.  His talent has led him to perform as a member of several national groups such as The Shirelles, The Coasters, Tommy Roe, Sha Na Na, and the Drifters just to name a few.  He also has provided production and sound for many national acts, including Gary Allan, Ronnie Milsap, Merle Haggard, Staind, and many others. His abilities as a composer gave him the opportunity to score the movie Bemidji Between the Wars 1918-1941.  He brings the boogie-woogie funk edge to the Smokehouse band’s wildly varied sound, allowing them to please a wide variety of musical tastes.

Andrew Thompson, a native of Greensboro, NC, lays down the bass grooves for Smokehouse.  Drew began playing music at an early age, coming from a musical family in which his grandfather and mother both played piano, exposing him to all types of music, from classical to jazz to Motown.  His professional career started in the late ’90s, when he became bass player in the orchestra at Hunter Hills Baptist Church in Greensboro.  Since then he has toured and played worldwide, including in musicals such as Jesus Christ Superstar, performing with the orchestra and show band on several Royal Caribbean ships, and two tours performing for US troops in South Korea.  Since 2008 he has worked very closely with Swamp Dog recording artist Wilson Williams, who is a member of The Platters.  He has also worked with Glen Leonard and The Temptations, Joe Billingslea’s Contours, The Supremes, Clyde McPhatter and The Legend of the Drifters, and The Marvelettes, just to name a few.  He recently finished a series of collaborations in Whitehorse, Yukon with Juno award winning drummer Ed White and guitarist Manfred Janssen on various blues projects, including occasional live shows.  Andrew met Randy Bauer in 2001 and they have maintained a musical and personal relationship ever since. The only way Andrew knows how to do it is “keep it on the one.”

Pete Humphreys has been playing drums for 25 years.  He started his career in music in the United States Marine Corps with the FMF Pac Band in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. During his stint in the Corps (1989-1993) he played for two Presidents and traveled to Australia to play Sidney’s Royal Easter Show.  After the Corps, Pete was based in Minneapolis, playing professionally on the road and locally. In 1996 he moved to Bemidji, MN to attend Bemidji State University (1996-2002).  While majoring in music he led the Red Line Swingers pep band and received two prestigious scholarships.  Pete continues to play and teach in the area.  He is delighted to be back on the road with such a talented cast. Buckle up!

Christopher “Chris” Cornish has been playing the guitar for twenty-five years and twenty of those have included live performance.  Highlights of Chris’ career include performing with internationally recognized recording artist Ray Sawyer of Dr.Hook, Grammy-winning bassist and producer Trae Pierce of The Ohio Players, and The Blind Boys of Alabama. Chris has opened for numerous recording artists such as Randy Bachman of The Guess Who and Bachman Turner Overdrive, Blackhawk, Josh Turner, David Allan Coe, and Pat Travers to name a few.  From country honky tonks to stages halfway around the world, Chris has continued to hone his craft and endeavors to bring guitar-rich performances to the stage with each performance.

Rockin’ Country / Top 40

A Little More Country – Easton Corbin
All About Tonight – Blake Shelton
All You Ever Do – Mavericks
Amarillo By Morning – George Strait
Amazed – Lonestar
Baby Likes To Rock It – Tractors
Beer For My Horses – Toby Keith
Better Man – Clint Black
Big Green Tractor – Jason Aldean
Birmingham – Tracy Byrd
Black Sheep – John Anderson
Bluest Eyes In Texas – Restless Heart
Boot Scootin’ Boogie – Brooks & Dunn
Born To Boogie – Hank Williams, Jr.
Boys Around Here – Blake Shelton
Burn That Bridge – Brooks & Dunn
Cadillac Ranch – Chris LeDoux
Chattahoochie – Alan Jackson
Chicken Fried – Zac Brown Band
Country Girl – Luke Bryan
Cowgirls Don’t Cry – George Strait
Crazy Over You – Radney Foster
Dumas Walker – Kentucky Headhunters
Dixieland Delight – Alabama
Drift Away – Uncle Cracker
Fast As You – Dwight Yoakam
Fishing In the Dark – Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
Friends In Low Places – Garth Brooks
Guitars, Cadillacs – Dwight Yoakam
Honey Bee – Blake Shelton
Hummingbird – Restless Heart
Husbands and Wives – Brooks & Dunn
I Don’t Even Know Your Name – Alan Jackson
If Tomorrow Never Comes – Garth Brooks
I Love This Bar – Toby Keith
I’m Gonna Miss Her – Brad Paisley
I Sang Dixie – Dwight Yoakam
I Wanna Talk About Me – Toby Keith
I Wouldn’t Want To Be Like You – Keith Urban
Just Call Me Lonesome – Radney Foster
Killing Time – Clint Black
Ladies Love Country Boys – Trace Adkins
Little Sister – Dwight Yoakam
Liza Jane – Vince Gill
Mercury Blues – Alan Jackson
Mirror, Mirror – Diamond Rio
Much Too Young – Garth Brooks
My Home’s In Alabama
My Love – Little Texas
Neon Moon – Brooks & Dunn
Oh, Lonesome Me – Kentucky Headhunters
Oh Me, Oh My – Diamond Rio
Old Enough To Know Better – Wade Hayes
One More Day – Diamond Rio
One More Drinking Song – Jerrod Nieman
Pearl Snaps – Jason Boland
Pop A Top – Alan Jackson
Redneck Girl – Bellamy Brothers
Reggae Cowboy – Bellamy Brothers
She Wants To Rock – Warren Brothers
Should Have Been A Cowboy – Toby Kieth
Smoke A Little Smoke – Eric Church
Somebody Like You – Keith Urban
Something About a Truck – Kip Moore
Straight Tequila Night – John Anderson
Summertime Blues – Alan Jackson
Super Love – Exile
The Chair – George Strait
The Cowboy Rides Away – George Strait
The Dance – Garth Brooks
The Fireman – George Strait
The World – Brad Paisley
Third Rate Romance – Sammy Kershaw
Toes – Zac Brown Band
Too Much Fun – Daryle Singletary
Wagon Wheel – Old Crow Medicine Show
Walk Softly – Kentucky Headhunters
Watermelon Crawl – Tracy Byrd
Where Am I Gonna Live – Billy Ray Cyrus
Wrapped Around – Brad Paisley

Classic / Party Rock

A Fool for Your Stockings – ZZ Top
American Band – Grand Funk
At the Hop – Danny and the Juniors
Bad Bad Leroy Brown – Jim Croce
Bad Case of Loving You – Robert Palmer
Bang a Gong – T. Rex
Beast of Burden – Rolling Stones
Beer Drinkers and Hell Raisers – ZZ Top
Black Magic Woman – Santana
Blue Suede Shoes – Carl Perkins
Breakup Song – Greg Khin
Brown Eyed Girl – Van Morrison
Brown Sugar – Rolling Stones
Can’t You See – Marshall Tucker Band
Chantilly Lace – Big Bopper
Cherry Bomb – John Mellencamp
China Grove – Doobie Brothers
Centerfold – J. Geils Band
Do You Love Me – Contours
Earth Angel – Penguins
Evil Ways – Santana
Feeling All Right – Joe Cocker
Flip, Flop and Fly – Bill Haley
Footloose – Blake Shelton
Freeze Frame – J. Geils Band
Gimme Three Steps – Lynyrd Skynyrd
Green River – CCR
Harbor Lights – Platters
Hard To Handle – Black Crowes
Heart and Soul – Huey Lewis
Heart of Rock and Roll – Huey Lewis
Hey Bartender – Blues Brothers
Honky Tonk Woman – Rolling Stones
Hurt So Good – John Mellencamp
I Know a Little – Lynyrd Skynyrd
I Want a New Drug – Huey Lewis
Jailhouse Rock – Elvis
Johnny B. Goode – Chuck Berry
Jump – Van Halen
Keep Your Hands To Yourself – Georgia Satellites
La Grange – ZZ Top
Let It Ride – BTO
Long Train Runnin’ – Doobie Brothers
Maniac – Michael Sembello
Miss You – Rolling Stones
Mony Mony – Billy Idol
Moondance – Van Morrison
Mustang Sally – Wilson Pickett
My Life – Billy Joel
Never Been Any Reason – Head East
Never Been To Spain – Three Dog Night
Oh Boy – Buddy Holly
Old Time Rock and Roll – Bob Seger
Only You – Platters
On the Dark Side – John Cafferty
Paranoid – Black Sabbath
Peggy Sue – Buddy Holly
Pink Cadillac – Bruce Springsteen
Pretty Woman – Van Halen
Proud Mary – CCR
Riding the Storm Out – REO
Roadhouse Blues – Doors
Rockin’ Robin – Bobby Day
Roll Over Beethoven – Chuck Berry
Roll With It – Steve Winwood
Runaround Sue – Dion
Runaway – Dion
Satisfaction – Rolling Stones
Sharp Dressed Man – ZZ Top
Shout – Isley Brothers
Smoke Gets In Your Eyes – Platters
Smoke On the Water – Deep Purple
Some Kind of Wonderful – Grand Funk
South’s Gonna Do It Again – Charlie Daniels
Stepping Out – Joe Jackson
Summer of 69 – Bryan Adams
Sunshine of Your Love – Cream
Suzy Q – CCR
Sweet Emotion – Aerosmith
Sweet Home Alabama – Lynyrd Skynyrd
Taking Care of Business – BTO
The Bird – Trashmen
The Kid Is Hot Tonight – Loverboy
The Wanderer – Dion
They Call Me the Breeze – Lynyrd Skynyrd
Too Much Time On My Hands – Styx
Tush – ZZ Top
Walk of Life – Dire Straits
Walk This Way – Aerosmith
What’s Your Name – Lynyrd Skynyrd
Whipping Post – Allman Brothers
Whirly Girl – OXO
White Room – Cream
Whole Lot of Shakin’ – Jerry Lee Lewis
Wipeout – Surfaris
You May Be Right – Billy Joel
You Send Me – Sam Cooke
Your Mama Don’t Dance – Loggins & Messina
You’ve Got Another Thing Coming – Judas Priest


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