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Published: 2013/08/29

Mike Dillon Lends Vibes to STS9

Photo by Andrew Blackstein

Last evening Umphrey’s McGee and STS9 resumed their co-headlining tour at the Time Warner Amphitheater in Charlotte, NC. Umphrey’s came on first, opening with “Domino Theory” and offering a set that saw “Raymond” sandwiched within “Great American,” and a verse of the Rolling Stones “Miss You” contained within “Sociable Jimmy.” STS9’s set began with “Hidden Hand” and included versions of “4 Year Puma.” “Moon Socket” and “When The Dust Settles.” In addition, during “Frequencies 2 > 3” the group was joined by Mike Dillon on Vibraphone. The groups travel to Richmond, VA today for a show at Maymount.

Here’s a look at last night’s setlist from our Box Scores section

Umphrey’s McGee
Time Warner Amphitheater Charlotte, NC

Co-bill with STS9

Domino Theory, Smell the Mitten, Rocker II, Great American > Raymond > Great American, Sociable Jimmy > Miss You > Sociable Jimmy, Kabump > Cocaine, Bad Poker, Nothing Too Fancy



Time Warner Amphitheater Charlotte, NC

Co-bill with Umphrey’s McGee

Hidden Hand, Hidden Fist, 4 Year Puma, Kamuy, Moon Socket, Instantly, Equinox, Frequencies 2 > 3*, Abcees, Looking Back On Earth, March, When The Dust Settles

Enc: The Rabble

Notes: *with Mike Dillon on Vibraphone



There are 4 comments associated with this post

m August 29, 2013, 14:37:24

“hidden hand, hidden fist” is one song…don’t know if the reviewer was just shortening the song name or mistook the comma for a split between songs. It would be really nice if you guys could get some show reviews going that actually gave insight to the music itself. I can get setlists anywhere. It is much harder to get an idea of how the bands seem to be playing than it is to find out what they are playing. My two cents.

Jeffrey August 30, 2013, 11:09:44

great show! check out more pictures/videos here:

Dorney Sporter August 31, 2013, 11:39:57

Tag Team back again….

NSL August 29, 2013, 13:17:04

Umphrey’s opened with Domino Theory

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