Boston, MA: 2008-11-21
- Location: Boston, MA
- Date: November 21, 2008
- Venue: Paradise Rock Club
- Supporting act: Paul and Storm
- Skullcrusher Mountain - video, video 2
- The Future Soon - video
- Shop Vac - video
- Piano Man (instrumental, partial, with harmonica)
- Someone Is Crazy (with harmonica) - video (with Piano Man)
- Piano Man (reprise, partial)
- Space Doggity - video, video 2, video 3
- Tom Cruise Crazy (with Paul and Storm) - video
- Soft Rocked by Me / Soft Rock Medley (You've Got a Friend / Tequila Sunrise / Hand in My Pocket / Hey Jude / Welcome to the Machine / Stairway to Heaven) (with Paul and Storm) - video
- Always the Moon (with Paul and Storm) - video
- Code Monkey (with Paul and Storm) - video, video 2
- Creepy Doll (with Paul and Storm) - video
- Sledgehammer (partial) (with Paul and Storm) - video, video 2
- Birdhouse in Your Soul (with Paul and Storm) - video, video 2
- I Feel Fantastic (with Paul and Storm) - video
- Mr. Fancy Pants (on Zendrum, with Rickroll) - video
- Still Alive - video
- Mandelbrot Set
- You Ruined Everything
- Re: Your Brains - video
- According to Jonathan, this was the premiere of Space Doggity.
- Both "Piano Man" and "Sledgehammer" resulted from particularly, shall we say, persistent members of the audience.
- Earlier in the day, Jonathan and Paul and Storm had gone to visit the Harmonix studios (as Jonathan had done a year ago before the Somerville show) to experiment with some new Rock Band features, and they were required to sign a non-disclosure agreement at the time. They had played an unspecified Alanis Morissette song (which Paul and Storm later implied to be You Oughta Know ), which the Harmonix people requested again mid-show. Paul responded by singing, "Hand in My Pocket," as part of the Soft Rocked By Me Medley, ending it with, "I've got one hand in my pocket / and the other one's flipping off Harmonix," with accompanying hand gestures.
- Storm received an Evel Knievel Stunt Cycle set, a toy he had always wanted but never received as a child, as a gift from Paul as a belated birthday gift. He proceeded to play with it on stage before they began singing with Jonathan. - video
- A playlist of all songs up to and including "I Feel Fantastic" is available on YouTube.
- Web Love (and the Real Kind, Too), blog post by Paul and Storm, posted November 24, 2008