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Published: 2013/11/13

Dave Matthews Band to Release Charlottesville Show on DVD

Dave Matthews Band will issue the latest installment in the band’s Live Trax series this December as DMB announced plans to release the November 19, 2010 show from Charlottesville, VA. Not only will the show be available in audio form, but fans will also have the option of purchasing a DVD of the show. In addition to the full November 19 performance, purchasers will also gain access to a highlight disc from the final night—November 20. Fans will be able to hear cuts of “You Might Die Trying,” “Proudest Monkey,” “Satellite,” “Say Goodbye,” “Song That Jane Likes,” “Why I Am,” “Granny” and the emotional show closer—“The Last Stop.” Orders are expected to ship around December 13.

Dave Matthews Band returned home, on the cusp of hiatus, to close their 2010 Fall tour with two shows at Charlottesville, VA’s John Paul Jones Arena. The November 19 show, until now, was atop the hardcore DMB fans’ wishlist for official release. Featuring an energetic start that included the likes of “Don’t Drink the Water” and “Grey Street,” the band delivered one of their biggest bustouts, playing the rare “Spoon” for the first time in two years.

The rest of the show features a variety of guest spots, including DMB crew member Joe Lawlor on “#41,” longtime DMB collaborator John D’Earth adding trumpet to “Warehouse” and “Jimi Thing,” the latter of which also featured Trombone Shorty. The encore contains as good of a combination as DMB has in their arsenal, with “All Along the Watchtower” transitioning into “Halloween,” sending the crowd into a frenzy.

All bundle and preorder information is available on DMB’s website.

Here’s a look at the setlist:

Dave Matthews Band
November 19. 2010
John Paul Jones Arena Charlottesville, VA

Big Eyed Fish
Still Water >
Don’t Drink the Water
Grey Street
Everyday #41 (w/Joe Lawlor)
Shake Me Like a Monkey
Warehouse (w/John D’Earth)
Jimi Thing (w/John D’Earth and Trombone Shorty)
Christmas Song
Lie in Our Graves
Time Bomb
You and Me

All Along the Watchtower >

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