Why War On War (not War on War) and Art of Almost (and not Art Of Almost)? A bit inconsistent, I think.
I totally agree, but you have to spell the songs the same way that everybody else does. Otherwise they won´t count in the statistics at setlist.fm
Gotcha! Makes perfect sense now.
I don't know what the usual rule is on designating covers, but I don't think it correct to call The Jayhawks' "Bad Time" and "Up Above My Head" covers, as they recorded them for albums. To me a cover is a song done live only, not recorded. I poked around the forums and it seems the thought is that any song that has been done before is a "cover," so I guess this is all right, although I think it incorrect.
I randomly picked a Noel Gallagher setlist and they list several of his songs as "Oasis cover" so I guess there's precedent. Seems to miss the point of "cover."