Live at the Double Door Inn is the first live album released by The Avett Brothers. It was recorded on April 17, 2002 at the Double Door Inn bar and music venue in Charlotte, NC. It was recorded after the release of 2002's Country Was and the band can be heard promoting the album on stage. It contained one unreleased track, "Sorry Man" which would appear on their following album, 2003's A Carolina Jubilee.
The album was self released shortly after its recording at other Avett Brothers shows. It was available to purchase at select record stores on August 15, 2002. It is not currently available for purchase in either physical or digital form, but the songs can be found on YouTube.
The album contains 15 songs, predominantly from Country Was and covers.
- "A Lot of Moving" — Country Was
- "Diamond Joe" — Traditional cover
- "Sorry Man" — A Carolina Jubilee
- "Will the Circle be Unbroken" — Habershon/Gabriel cover
- "Jenny and the Summer Day" — Country Was
- "Pretty Girl from Matthews" — Country Was
- "Avett Brothers Monologue"
- "I'll Fly Away" — (Albert E. Brumley cover)
- "Let Myself Live" — The Avett Bros. (EP)
- "November Blue" — Country Was
- "My Losing Bet" (with "Going Down the Road Feelin' Bad" and "Walkin' Down the Line" interlude) — Country Was
- "Gamblin' Man" — Lonnie Donegan cover
- "Cripple Creek" — Traditional cover
- "Kind of in Love" — The Avett Bros. (EP)
- "Beside the Yellow Line" — Country Was