Mad Dog’s Filthy Little Secret Horns Join Umphrey’s McGee for NYE
Umphrey’s McGee were by joined by the Mad Dog’s Filthy Little Secret horn section and saxophonist Jeff Coffin for a number of songs during their three-set New Years Eve show at the Tabernacle in Atlanta, GA last night. The band opened the show by debuting “Leave Me Las Vegas,” the fourth time the band introduced a new original song this New Year’s run. They then ended the first set with a version of “Ringo” that included a jam of Eminem’s “Under The Influence,” followed by the second half of “JaJunk,” which was left unfinished the previous night.
Coffin and The Mad Dog’s Filthy Little Secret horns came out at the start of the second set for “Hourglass” and “Much Obliged,” and they returned at the end of the set for a debut cover of Wang Chung’s “Dance Hall Days” and “Comma Later.” The horns then came back at the beginning of set three for “The Triple Wide”, “Auld Lang Syne,” Partyin’ Peeps,” “Wife Soup” and a rendition of Led Zeppelin’s “Kashmir.” The show ended with an encore of the Beatles’ “Good Morning Good Morning” and “Women Wine and Song,” both which also featured the horns.
Here’s last night’s Umphrey’s McGee setlist via All Things Umphrey’s
Monday, December 31, 2012, The Tabernacle, Atlanta, GA
 debut, original
 with Under the Influence (Eminem) jam
 completes the 12.30.12 version
 with Mad Dog’s Filthy Little Secret horns, including Jeff Coffin
 debut, Wang Chung; with Mad Dog’s Filthy Little Secret horns
 with Bulls On Parade (Rage Against the Machine) tease