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Published: 2014/04/27

moe. Welcome Guests, Debut Material in New Orleans

During their two night run at New Orleans’ Civic Theatre, moe. got into the Jazz Fest spirit with two high-energy shows that included some surprise debuts as well as surprise guests. Opening night featured a variety of moe. live staples including “Rebubula,” “Tailspin,” “Chromatic Nightmare” and more before the group dug into the traditional folk tune “House of the Rising Sun” to kick off the second set. The band adhered to The Animals’ famed arrangement of the song before transitioning into “Puebla.” “House of the Rising Sun” served as a first time debut for the band.

Night two featured a sit-in from frequent collaborator Mike Dillon on a pair of songs in the second sec, “Suck The Head” and “Buster,” the former of which hadn’t appeared in a setlist since 9/1/01. Dillon also recently joined fellow Summer Camp host Umphrey’s McGee during their show in New Orleans. The show, and run, closed with a “Billy Goat” set closer and standalone “Time” encore.

Next up for moe. is the aforementioned Summer Camp Music Festival with Umphrey’s McGee, Zac Brown Band, Trey Anastasio Band and many more. The band will also celebrate the release of their latest album No Guts No Glory with a show at Stage 48 in New York City.

Here’s a look at the setlists as they appear in our Box Scores section:

Civic Theatre New Orleans, LA

Set I: Paper Dragon > Rebubula > Wind It Up > Tailspin, Chromatic Nightmare, Bring You Down, The Bones Of Lazarus > Rebubula

Set II: House Of The Rising Sun* > Puebla > Stranger Than Fiction, George, Silver Sun > Seat Of My Pants, Plane Crash

Enc: Akimbo, Crab Eyes

Notes: ^First time played (Animals)


Civic Theatre New Orleans, LA

Set I: Y.O.Y., She, Mar-DeMa, Tubing The River Styx > The Pit > Don’t Fuck With Flo, Big World > Ricky Marten > Time Ed

Set II: Zed Naught Z, Rainshine, Suck The Head^, Buster*, Runaway Overlude, Yodelittle, Bearsong > Billy Goat

Enc: Time

^with Mike Dillon on percussion, last time played 9/1/01 *with Mike Dillon on percussion


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