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Published: 2013/04/27

Friday, April 26, 2013

Widespread Panic
Verizon Amphitheatre Alpharetta, GA

Set I: Send Your Mind, Glory, Space Wrangler > Ribs and Whiskey, C. Brown, Flicker > Blight, Tail Dragger, Up All Night > Chainsaw City

Set II: Little Kin, One Arm Steve > Bust It Big > Sell, Sell > Machine > Barstools and Dreamers^, Driving Song > Arleen^^ > Driving Song > Breathing Slow, Pigeons

Enc: Old Joe, Disco, Red Hot Mama

Notes: ^Satisfied rap ^^Junior rap



Umphrey’s McGee
UMBowl IV Park West, Chicago, IL

Q1: FDR > unnamed1 > TQ Funeral2 > unnamed1 > Cut the Cable > unnamed2 > unnamed1 > unnamed2

Q2: Orion3, Cantina Band4, No Diablo2, Porch5, Bullhead City6, Hey, Hey What Can I Do7, 2×26, Mean Mr. Mustard > Polythene Pam > She Came In Through The Bathroom Window > Golden Slumbers > Carry That Weight

Q3: Stew Art event

Q4: Wappy Sprayberry > Higgins > Miss Tinkle’s Overture8 > Regulate9 > Smell the Mitten > Get Lucky > Puppet String10

Overtime: Running on Empty11

[1] debut, original; with vocals
[2] debut, original
[3] debut, Metallica
[4] with Imperial March (John Williams) teases
[5] debut, Pearl Jam
[6] Brendan and Jake on acoustics
[7] Brendan on mandolin and Jake on acoustic
[8] with Xxplosive (Dr. Dre) tease
[9] with In the Kitchen teases
[10] ending
[11] debut, Jackson Browne

First quarter was Raw Stewage, comprised of attendees’ votes for past “Jimmy Stewarts”: FDR 2003-04-23 > Der Bluten Kat 2005-10-19 > Utopian Fir 2006-06-09 > Making Flippy Floppy 2005-10-12 > Ringo 2011-11-05 > Puppet String 2012-09-14 > All In Time 2012-09-14 > Water 2008-11-18

Second quarter was comprised of attendees’ votes, “All Request”

Third quarter was a Stew Art event: Baby Making Music [with Jake lyrics, a la Michael McDonald] > Jazz/Metal Fusion > Sinister Evil Untz > Simply Ambient Bliss > Mogatize Us [with Jake on keys] > Gin and Juice [Snoop Dogg] > Beach Boogie > Bass n Drum + Joel > Warrior Marching Into Battle > Hillbilly Hoedown > Tribal Drum Jam [with Brendan, Jake, and Joel on percussion] > 70s Disco [with lyrics]

Fourth quarter was in “choose your own adventure” style, with attendees voting for the next “adventure” live: Puppet String, 1348, or Wappy Sprayberry; Higgins, Eat, or Lenny; 40’s Theme, Miss Tinkle’s Overture, or Hangover; Regulate, Miss Gradenko, or Rastaman Chant; Kimble, Dear Lord, or Smell the Mitten; Roulette, Bad Poker, or Get Lucky; end of 1348, end of Puppet String, or end of Miss Tinkle’s Overture

The between-quarters videos had a Forrest Gump – gUMph – theme, with the closing scene featuring Joel running across the country and into the venue



The Disco Biscuits
Boulder Theater Boulder, CO

Set I: Trucker’s Choice, Kamaole Sands > Hot Air Balloon* > Confrontation^ > Svenghali^^ > Aquatic Ape%

Set II: Reactor > Humuhumunukunukuapua’a^ > Kamaole Sands, Digital Buddah > Cyclone > Digital Buddah, Bazaar Escape > Reactor

Enc: Mulberry’s Dream

Notes: ^inverted *with Save the Robots fakeout/teases ^^ending only %unfinished



Gov’t Mule
MerleFest, Wilkesboro, NC

Hammer & Nails, Patchwork Quilt, Banks Of The Deep End, Get Behind The Mule, Need Your Love So Bad, Devil Likes It Slow^
Loser*, Fallen Down > The Other One Jam^, Railroad Boy

Enc: Soulshine^

Notes: ^with Craig Sorrells *with Sam Bush


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