Set List
  1. Stuck In The Middle With You Stealers Wheel
  2. Keep Your Hands To Yourself The Georgia Satellites
  3. 'Aint No Love In The Heart Of The City Whitesnake
  4. Crossroads Traditional
  5. When the Night Comes Falling Bob Dylan
  6. Smoking Gun Robert Cray
  7. Tush ZZTop
  8. Sharp dressed Man ZZTop
  9. Nutbush City Limits Tina Turner
  10. Sensitive Kind Santana
  11. Black Magic Woman Peter Green
  12. On The Road Again Canned Heat
  13. Somebody Eagles
  14. Gold John Stewart
  15. 2468 Motorway Tom Robinson Band
  16. All Or Nothing Small Faces
  17. Showdown ELO
  18. Shortchange Hero The Heavy
  19. Eminence Front The Who
  20. How Long Paul Carrick
  21. Living For The City Stevie Wonder
  22. Working On It Chris Rea
  23. Wishing Well Free
  24. Cheap Sunglasses ZZTop
  25. Rocking In The Free World Neil Young
  26. Jet Wings
  27. Running Down A Dream Tom Petty
  28. Can't Get Enough Bad Company
  29. Rocky Mountain Way Joe Walsh
This selection of numbers from the current set list should show the diversity of the band's repertoire.  The aim is to offer everyone a few old favourites, some familiar but unexpected entries and one or two tracks which may be completely new to each listener.  All tracks are done in the band's own style, we are not a tribute band, we perform our own covers and we have the experience to know how we want them to sound.
Live Video
Catch Midnite Sun live in a pub setting.  Tracks include excerpts from:

Stuck In The Middle - Stealers Wheel
Keep Your Hands To Yourself - The Georgia Satellites
How Long - Paul Carrick
Crossroads - Robert Johnson
Undercover Agent For The Blues - Tony Joe White
When The Night Comes Falling - Bob Dylan
Nutbush City Limits - Tina Turner
Black Magic Woman - Santana
All Or Nothing - Small Faces
Live Tracks
  1. "Now That's What I Call Dead" is Midnite Sun's latest album project. Currently in the planning stages with studio time being arranged, it will be released as soon as the recordings can be completed. The concept is to record top tracks by the greats no longer with us. Their work should not be allowed to fade away.