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Published: 2013/06/19

Jeff Coffin Joins Umphrey’s at sUMmer school

Umphrey’s McGee’s sUMmer school event is in full swing. Held at Big Indian, NY’s Full Moon Resort, the master class/destination event has featured a mix of instructional sessions, performances and other activities. Dave Matthews Band/Flecktones saxophonist Jeff Coffin also joined in the festivities yesterday.

Coffin participated in two educational sessions and also joined Umphrey’s McGee during their evening performance. After Umphrey’s McGee kicked off their show with a run from “Phil’s Farm” into “Haunt” and back into “Phil’s Farm,” they offered “Last Man Swerving” and “Fussy Dutchman.” Coffin then took the stage for “The Bottom Half,” “Higgins” and The Rolling Stones’ “Can’t You Hear Me Knocking.” The day’s festivities also included a kickball game, musical Q & A with Joel Cummins and Ryan Stasik, mixing and recording seminar and other activities.

Here’s a look at yesterday’s setlist as it appears in our Box Scores section

Tuesday, July 17, Full Moon Resort, Big Indian, NY
Phil’s Farm > Haunt >Phil’s Farm, Last Man Swerving, Fussy Dutchman, The Bottom Half*, Higgins*, Can’t You Hear Me Knocking*

(*) with Jeff Coffin

Comments

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Juming the Shark June 20, 2013, 00:59:47

This was downright weird. Half the people as last year, lots of LGBT people getting down and weak sauce music embedded in egotistical half full rooms of band members sashaying their well groomed egos while people partied elsewhere. No wonder they already canceled next year. I’d be shocked if they don’t cancel Mayan after what a mess this was. Guys if you just are coasting for the cash try to sell your light rig.

Full swing my ass June 20, 2013, 01:44:55

If you dig being ripped off this is awesome. What happened here?

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