“Blues is a tonic for whatever ails you. I could play the blues and then not be blue anymore.”

B. B. King

Blues and Blues Rock

Every song we play gives homage to the Mississippi Delta Juke Joint, the Texas Roadhouse, and the Chicago Blues Club. Everything flows from there.

But a night with Big Train and the Loco Motives will never be like other bands where it’s the “same songs, different order.” Each night with Big Train and the Loco Motives is unique. Different songs, different players, different audience. Each night really is a case of “let’s play it by ear”.

Muddy Waters
Baby Please Don’t Go
I’m Ready
Mother Bad Luck Child
Got My Mojo Working

John Lee Hooker
Little Wheel

Slim Harpo
Got Love If You Want

Little Villiage
She Runs Hot

Bo Diddley
You Can’t Judge a Book

Eric Clapton
I’ve Been Down So Long
Further On Up Road
I’m Tore Down

Bill Withers
Ain’t No Sunshine

The Temptations
Ain’t Too Proud to Beg

Sam Cooke
Bring it on Home
Another Saturday Nite
Under The Boardwalk

Johnny Rivers
Chicago Bound

James Taylor
Steam Roller Blues

Allman Brothers
Stormy Monday
Midnight Rider

Robert Johnson
Sweet Home Chicago

Tab Benoit
I Put A Spell on You
Too Sweet for Me
Dirty Dishes

Stevie Ray Vaughn
Life by The Drop
Close to You
Leave My Girl Alone

Elvis Presley
Heartbreak Hotel
That’s All Right Mama
All Shook Up

Big Train Originals
Cold Green Eyes
Baby Looks Good
Why Are You So Mean
I Know You Know
Heart of Stone
Lucky Man
Riot Down at Kmart
Bullet & Eddie
Big League Robert
Prairies Fertile

Carl Perkins

Junior Wells
Messin’ With The Kid

Hank Williams
Mind Your Own Biz

Wilson Pickett
Mustang Sally

BB King
Playin’ W/ My Friends

Jim Croce
Roller Derby Queen

Atlanta Rhythm Section

Jerry Lee Lewis
Whole Lotta Shakin’

Anson Funderburg & Rockets
I Don’t Want No Leftovers

Jack Ingram
Barbie Doll

Ray Charles
I Got A Woman

Fats Domino
I Hear You Knockin

Willie Dixon
I’m Built for Comfort
My Babe
You Give Me Nothin’ But the Blues
Let Good Times Roll

Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
Glo-Coat Blues

Jimi Hendrix
Hey Joe

Tommy Tucker
Put On Your Hi Heel Sneakers

Sonny Boy Williamson
Keep It To Yourself

Georgia Satellites
Keep Your Hands To Yourself

ZZ Top
La Grange

Jonny Lang
Lie To Me

Jimmy Reed
Take Out Insurance

T-Bone Walker
T-Bone Shuffle

Buddy Holly
That’ll Be the Day

Rock, Country, Pop, and Folk

Our favorite hobby is to suss out those songs that you grew up with but don’t hear anymore. Then give it the Red Dirt Blues treatment. This is a sample of some our favorite candidates.

Bob Dylan
Knockin on Heaven’s

Neil Young
Out on a Weekend

Run Around Sue

Bryan Adams
Run To You

The Warren Brothers
Sell A Lot Of Beer

Lyle Lovett
She’s No Lady

Sister Golden Hair

John Mellencamp
Small Town

The Who
Squeeze Box

Maroon 5
Sunday Morning

The Beatles
Act Naturally
Hide Your Love Away
I Feel Fine

Pure Prairie League

John Prine
Angel From Montgomery

The Violent Femmes
Blister in the Sun

Van Morrison
Brown Eyed Girl

Ritchie Valens
Come On Let’s Go

Steve Miller Band
Dance, Dance, Dance

Cheap Trick
I Want You to Want Me

Jonathan Edwards

Chris Stapleton
Tennessee Whiskey

Loggins & Messina
Mama Don’t Dance

Dobie Gray
Drift Away

Grateful Dead
Friend of the Devil

Better Than Ezra

Young Rascals
Good Lovin’

Bruce Channel
Hey Baby

Bruce Springsteen
Hungry Heart

If You Could Only See

Peter Gabriel
In Your Eyes

Amazing Rhythm Aces
Third Rate Romance

Old Crow Medicine Show
Wagon Wheel

Boats, Beaches, Bars…and Buffett

We have a long history of bringing our sound to sandy beaches, lakeside parties, and marinas full of boats. And let’s face it, these songs are just fun to play. especially when you can take your shoes off and dig your toes into the sand.

Jimmy Buffett
Banana Republics
Changes InLatitudes
Come Monday
Jamaica Farewell
Son of a Son
Trying to Reason

Garth Brooks
Two Pina Coladas

Bob Marley
Stir It Up

Alan Jackson
5 O’clock Somewhere