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Published: 2014/07/27

Umphrey’s McGee Deliver Bustouts, Guests in Indianapolis Despite Weather

Photo: @dmbloverstone

Umphrey’s McGee had to fight through inclement weather last night in Indianapolis—a theme at this stop in the past. However, the band soldiered on and delivered a full night of music following a weather delay.

During “Tribute to the Spinal Shaft,” the group stopped and informed the crowd they would need to evacuate the area due to a front that was set to move through. After the weather passed, the band returned to the stage around 9 PM to finish the show. Highlights included a “Kinky Reggae” bustout which hadn’t been played since 4/23/10, or 469 shows. Cosby Sweater’s Nick Gerlach also joined the band to add his saxophone on “40’s Theme.”

Additional performances of note included a lengthy jam segment in “The Linear” and “Conduit,” the latter of which included a snippet of “Yoga Pants,” the instrumental formerly known as “White Pickle.” The encore featured “All in Time” with a take on Stevie Ray Vaughn’s “Lenny” in the middle featuring a blistering solo from Brendan Bayliss.

Umphrey’s will take the stage indoors tonight in Charleston, WV with a sold out show at the Culture Center Theater. The show will be webcast for free.

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

Umphrey’s McGee
Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn at White River State Park, Indianapolis, IN

Set I: Le Blitz > Get In the Van, Puppet String, Tribute to the Spinal Shaft

Set II: Miss Tinkle’s Overture, Booth Love, Kinky Reggae, Kimble, 40’s Theme*, The Linear > Conduit > Yoga Pants > Conduit > Pay the Snucka > Hurt Bird Bath, Bright Lights, Big City > Pay the Snucka

Enc: All in Time > Lenny > All in Time

Notes: w/Nick Gerlach

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Jimmy July 27, 2014, 13:15:40

Bayliss made me weep through just about the entire encore.

100th UM show July 28, 2014, 11:03:30

I was reading some comments about Brandons forehead on here last week. I never noticed. For the Open of set two and we moved straight out from Baylice. I was freaking out the rest of the show because the lights reflected off his forehead in such a way that all I could see was a big bopping forehead and a guitar. Thanks for pointing our that this guy is all forehead. I’ll never see them the same again. Then again the show was so cheesy I probably saw my last dUMp show. I thought the dude from the movie Mask was sitting in because of you guys.

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