The Jayhawks: Reunited And Live In Concert Hear a special show by The Jayhawks, live from the historic Fitzgerald Theater, featuring songs from the Minnesota veterans' first new album in eight years (and a few classics, too).
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The Jayhawks perform at the Fitzgerald Theater in St. Paul, Minn. (1)
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The Jayhawks, Live at the Fitzgerald Theater, from The Current

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The Jayhawks' members were staples of the alt-country sound from the time they made their debut together 25 years ago right up until they went on hiatus in the mid-2000s. Given their long-standing legacy, separately and especially together, it's sometimes hard to remember that their influential career began and continues in Minnesota's Twin Cities.

The Jayhawks returned last year with a spate of reunion shows continuing into this past winter. A week before they released their first new full-length in nearly eight years, Mockingbird Time, they joined 89.3 The Current for an intimate performance at the historic Fitzgerald Theater.

Set List
  • "She Walks In So Many Ways"
  • "Closer To Your Side"
  • "Hide Your Colors"
  • "Tiny Arrows"
  • "High Water Blues"
  • "Guilder Annie"
  • "I'd Run Away"
  • "Ann Jane"
  • "Tampa To Tulsa"
  • "Red's Song"
  • "Blue"
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