Last Saturday, we were playing for a dinner dance that had a great deal. An all you could eat pasta and salad buffet, draft beer, soda, water, and a band for $15 per person. People could bring their own hard liquor. We had a really good crowd who loved the band and sang and danced all night. We got lots of compliments. We got paid well and fed and played in a smoke free venue and we were done at 10:30. Well, we were on our second break and talking to the guy who booked us. A drunk guy staggered up to me and asked, "Do you do any Stealer's Wheel?" I, politely, said, "You must want 'Stuck In The Middle With You'. Sorry, we don't play that song. That's a good song and I like that song but never played it." He, then, said, "Come on, you can play it. You know you can do it. I can help you with it." Again I said, "We do not know that song and cannot just play it without knowing it." He started to get closer to me and in my face me and saying, "You can play it. It's not hard. I can do it with you" He kept at this for a while and the guy who booked us yelled at him, "They said they don't know it and that's it!". That was not good enough for him either and he still kept it up and he even followed me to the stage area and stepped on my song list and was getting between me and my microphone as if he was going to start singing the song. His buddy had to come up and escort him away. Just when we thought he was done for the night, he came up after we were half torn down and asked, "Are you guys done? Come on, how about playing Stealer's Wheel? You know you can!" Again, his buddy had to drag him away.