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Published: 2010/07/26

String Cheese Incident Completes Red Rocks Reunion Run

String Cheese Incident closed out its three-show comeback run at Morrison, CO’s Red Rocks Amphitheatre yesterday. Like the previous nights of the band’s run, the group mixed original staples and regular covers throughout its two-set show. String Cheese Incident took the stage to play “Come As You Are” and quickly showed off its improvisational abilities. The band jammed several songs out past the 10-minute mark, including “Little Hands,” “Eye Know Why,” “Just One Story,” “Rain,” “Joyful Sounds” and a show-closing “It Is What It Is.” String Cheese also inserted a “Sex Machine” jam during “Miss Brown’s Teahouse.” The sextet’s reunion run will continue at Horning’s Hideout this weekend.

String Cheese Incident, Morrison, CO, 7/25

Set I: Come As You Are, Little Hands > Dudley’s Kitchen, Love Is Like A Train, Sirens, Search, Eye Know Why, Just One Story

Set II: Ms Brown’s Teahouse > Sex Machine > Ms Brown’s Teahouse, Rain, Boo Boo’s Pik-A-Nik, Joyful Sound > Piece Of Mine, Land’s End, Carry On Wayward Son, On The Road

E: Midnight Moonlight, It Is What It Is

Setlist from Friends of Cheese

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Dave July 28, 2010, 13:15:33

That sounds awesome.

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