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Published: 2013/08/12

moe.down’s Final Day: Stanley Jordan, Mike Dillon and a Kids’ Parade

Photo via moe.‘s Facebook page

moe. closed their Turin, NY moe.down XIV festival with a guest-heavy, two-set show yesterday. After opening with “Stranger Than Fiction,” “Suck A Lemon” and “Crackers,” the group brought a number of children in attendance onstage as part of their annual Kids’ parade during “Bearsong.” Mike Dillon Band trumpeter Carley Myers also accompanied the kids as they took the stage in their costumes. Later in the set, Dillon emerged to play percussion on a set-closing “Buster.”

moe.‘s second set opened with “Queen Of Everything” and really got going with a segue from “Moth” into “Hi & Lo” and “Opium.”
Then, guitarist Stanley Jordan emerged for a take on “Yodelittle” and remained onstage as the number merged into a version of “Meat” the band started on Saturday.

Jordan returned a bit later in the show to play with moe. during their “Rebubula” encore. His drummer Kenwood Dennard also sat in for part of the song, with moe. drummer Vinnie Amico moving over to percussion. moe. closed their show with “Happy Hour Hero,” before the festival treated fans to a fireworks display. moe. also hosted their annual moe.down Mayor election and Ditch Party took home top honors.

Here’s a look at moe.‘s setlist as it appears in our Box Scores section

moe., Sunday, August 11, 2013. moe.down XIV, Turin, NY

Set I: Stranger Than Fiction, Suck A Lemon, Crackers, Bearsong^, Billy Goat > CalifronIA > Y.O.Y. > Buster^^

Set II: Queen Of Everything, Moth > Hi & Lo > Opium,Yodelittle% > meat.%%, The Bones Of Lazarus > George

E: Rebubula#, Happy Hour Hero##

^with moe.down Kids Parade & Carley Myers on trumpet
^^with Mike Dillon on percussion

%with Stanley Jordan

%%completes 8/10/13 version

#Stanley Jordan on guitar & Kenwood Dennard switched out for a period of time with Vin, who played percussion with Jim, before switching back with Kenwood on drums

##Fireworks afterwards

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