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01.23.2003 The Buskirk-Chumley Theater, Bloomington, IN, USA

Set 1: Intro > Der Bluten Kat, The Fuzz > Dump City, JaJunk[1] > Resolution -> Pay the Snucka[2]

Set 2: Prowler > Syncopated Strangers, "Jimmy Stewart" > The Triple Wide > Push the Pig, Walking On The Moon > Drums[3], Ringo, Smell the Mitten, Andy's Last Beer

Encore: Utopian Fir > Family Feud theme > Utopian Fir > Uncommon


[1] ended with Front Port jam and Nothing Else Matters (Metallica) tease
[2] part III only
[3] with Jake on drums with Kris, then percussion; eventually, Kris was left alone on stage

Notes:
This was the first show with Kris Myers as a member of the band. Andy's Last Beer was preceded by The Star Spangled Banner, Ain't Talkin' 'Bout Love (Van Halen), and other teases.

01.24.2003 The Temple Club, Lansing, MI, USA

Set 1: Intro > 13 Days, 2nd Self -> In The Kitchen, Divisions[1], Tribute to the Spinal Shaft > Down Under, 2x2, Roulette

Set 2: Nothing Too Fancy[2] > Uncle Wally, Willie the Pimp > The Crooked One, Blue Echo[3] > White Man's Moccasins, Kabump[4]

Encore: Cherub Rock, 40's Theme


[1] with Spirit of the Radio (Rush) and Much Obliged jams
[2] with Smell the Mitten jam
[3] with All In Time and Mullet (Over) teases, Brendan on percussion
[4] with Jiggy teases

01.25.2003 Kalamazoo State Theatre, Kalamazoo, MI, USA

Set 1: Intro > Professor Wormbog, August[1] > Get In The Van, In The Kitchen, JaJunk[2] > Space Funk Booty, Water, All In Time

Set 2: Hurt Bird Bath, Example 1 > Waiting Room, "Jimmy Stewart" > It's About That Time > Glory > Miss Tinkle's Overture > Mulche's Odyssey > Soul Food I > Hajimemashite > Der Bluten Kat

Encore: The Song Remains the Same


[1] with Ten Years Gone (Led Zeppelin) and Crazy Train (Ozzy Ozbourne) teases
[2] with Close Encounters of a Third Kind theme (John Williams) tease

Notes:
Unskinny Bop (Poison) was teased before The Song Remains the Same.

01.28.2003 People's, Ames, IA, USA

Set 1: Intro > Kabump[1] > The Fuzz, Get In The Van, When the World Is Running Down You Make the Best of What's Still Around[2] > Roulette, Example 1 > Uncommon

Set 2: 40's Theme, 13 Days > Tribute to the Spinal Shaft > August[3] > Pooh Doggie > White Man's Moccasins, 2x2, Uncle Wally[4] > Pay the Snucka[5]

Encore: Syncopated Strangers


[1] with The Crooked One tease
[2] with Gypsy Queen (Santana) and Baker Street (Gerry Raferty) teases
[3] with You Really Got Me (The Kinks) jam
[4] with JaJunk tease
[5] part III only

01.29.2003 The Union Bar, Iowa City, IA, USA

Set 1: Intro[1] > Resolution > Space Funk Booty, Hurt Bird Bath[2], Ringo[3] > The Triple Wide[4] > Drums[4]

Set 2: Andy's Last Beer, In The Kitchen, Nothing Too Fancy[5], Miss Gradenko > Push the Pig > Dump City, The Crooked One

Encore: Smell the Mitten[6]


[1] started out of Pee Wee's Big Adventure theme being played over the P.A.
[2] with Eric Levy on keys with Joel
[3] with Wabash (John Scofield) jam
[4] with Alan Hertz on timbales
[5] with Wappy Sprayberry and Glory jams
[6] with Over the Hills and Far Away (Led Zeppelin) jam to open, sung over Smell the Mitten
Support: Garaj Mahal

01.30.2003 The Madison Theater, Peoria, IL, USA

Set 1: JaJunk, Anchor Drops[1], Prowler > 2nd Self[2] > Blue Echo, Good Ol' Boys, Miss Tinkle's Overture > Mulche's Odyssey

Set 2: All In Time, Water > Glory[3] > Weapons of Mass Destruction[4] > Professor Wormbog

Encore: Der Bluten Kat[5]


[1] with Out of Order teases
[2] with Hysteria (Def Leppard) and other 80's teases throughout; also with Groovin' (The Young Rascals) jam
[3] with Garaj Mahal
[4] debut, Garaj Mahal; with Garaj Mahal
[5] with Seek and Destroy (Metallica) tease
Support: Garaj Mahal

01.31.2003 The Barrymore Theatre, Madison, WI, USA

Set 1: Dump City, Divisions, Utopian Fir[1] > In the Hall of the Mountain King, Walletsworth, Padgett's Profile, 13 Days > Hajimemashite > 40's Theme

Set 2: Resolution > Push the Pig > Weed Rap[2] > Push the Pig, "Jimmy Stewart"[3] > Syncopated Strangers, A Fifth of Beethoven > In The Kitchen > FF > Drums > Uncle Wally[4], unknown song[5], Roulette

Encore: Mercedes Benz[6], Nothing Too Fancy


[1] with Ain't Talkin Bout Love (Van Halen), Eruption (Van Halen), You Really Got Me (Van Halen), I Know A Little (ZZ Top), and Unskinny Bop (Poison) teases
[2] with Elliot Peck
[3] with Milestones (Miles Davis) tease
[4] with JaJunk teases
[5] "Stage Diving Song" played for kid who stage dove
[6] Elliott Peck only; a cappella

02.04.2003 Gerstle's, Louisville, KY, USA

Set 1: Intro > Syncopated Strangers, Water, Soul Food I[1] > Walletsworth, Prowler, In The Kitchen, Well, You Needn't, The Crooked One

Set 2: Get In The Van > 2x2, Padgett's Profile[2], Anchor Drops[3] > 50 Ways to Leave Your Lover, Space Funk Booty, 13 Days > Dump City

Encore: Glory[4] > Pay the Snucka[5]


[1] with Thunderstruck (AC/DC) and Whole Lotta Love (Led Zeppelin) teases
[2] with Pure Imagination (Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory) (Anthony Newley and Leslie Bricusse) teases
[3] with Cannonball (The Breeders) teases; "Jimmy Stewart" with lyrics
[4] with The Star Spangled Banner (Francis Scott Key) intro by Ryan
[5] part III only

Notes:
"Jimmy Stewart" with lyrics also known as "Ragamuffin." Glory was dedicated to the astronauts of the Columbia space shuttle.

Reviews: 1 review(s)

02.05.2003 Exit/In, Nashville, TN, USA

Set 1: Intro[1] > Uncommon > Hurt Bird Bath, Der Bluten Kat, Ringo[2], Blue Echo > JaJunk[3]

Set 2: Intro > Uncle Wally, Example 1[4] > Resolution[5] > White Man's Moccasins, Miss Tinkle's Overture > 2nd Self, A Go Go

Encore: Her Majesty, Ballad of Jimi Hendrix[6]

2nd Encore: Maple Leaf Rag[7], Professor Wormbog


[1] with Crazy Train (Ozzy Osbourne) jam
[2] with Bad Boy for Life (P.Diddy) jam
[3] with Imperial March (John Williams) teases
[4] with Regulate (Warren G) and Eminence Front (The Who) teases
[5] with Peter Groenwald on keyboard
[6] debut, Stormtroopers of Death; with Kevin Browning on bass, Brendan on percussion
[7] Joel only

Notes:
The Ballad of Jimi Hendrix was followed by the On-Cor jingle (complete with Scooby-Doo impressions).

02.06.2003 Variety Playhouse, Atlanta, GA, USA

Set 1: Pay the Snucka[1], Divisions > Andy's Last Beer, The Triple Wide, Anchor Drops > Drums[2] > Lively Up Yourself, Get In The Van, In The Kitchen > Divisions

Set 2: Nothing Too Fancy > Hajimemashite > Gin and Juice[3] > August, Mulche's Odyssey, Tribute to the Spinal Shaft > Smell the Mitten, Visions, Cherub Rock

Encore: Family Feud theme, Uncommon


[1] part III only
[2] with Jake on timbales
[3] one verse, sung over the music to Gz & Hustlas (Snoop Dogg); ended with Ryan playing Wappy Sprayberry bass line
Support: Perpetual Groove

02.07.2003 Georgia Theatre, Athens, GA, USA

Set 1: Push the Pig > Roulette, Kabump[1] > Amazing Grace[2], 40's Theme, 13 Days, JaJunk > Push the Pig, Waiting Room

Set 2: All In Time, Kiss Me Deadly[3] > Pork Chop Pie[4], The Fuzz > Utopian Fir > Amazing Grace > Syncopated Strangers, 2x2

Encore: Dump City, Power of Soul


[1] with Karl Engelmann
[2] with Jake on stylophone
[3] debut, Lita Ford; with Karl Engelmann
[4] debut, Ali Baba's Tahini; with Karl Engelmann
Support: Perpetual Groove

02.08.2003 Zydeco, Birmingham, AL, USA

Set 1: Intro > Ringo[1], Resolution[2] > Blue Echo, 2nd Self, Visions[3] > Andy's Last Beer, Nuthin' but a 'G' Thang

Set 2: The Crooked One, Prowler > Glory > FF > Uncle Wally, Space Funk Booty, Miss Tinkle's Overture > Mulche's Odyssey > Hurt Bird Bath

Encore: Last Man Swerving, The Song Remains the Same


[1] with It's About That Time (Miles Davis) tease
[2] with Who Knows (Jimi Hendrix) jam
[3] with Padgett's Profile tease

02.10.2003 Dave's On Dickson, Fayetteville, AR, USA

Set 1: White Man's Moccasins, Tribute to the Spinal Shaft[1] > Uncle Wally, Padgett's Profile, Kat's Tune, In The Kitchen[2] > Roulette, The Triple Wide

Set 2: 13 Days[3], 40's Theme, Walking On The Moon > Drums[4], Uncommon, "Jimmy Stewart"[5] > Pay the Snucka[6], August > Syncopated Strangers, Last Man Swerving

Encore: Push the Pig

2nd Encore: Good Ol' Boys


[1] with a Herbie Mann tease and Ode to Joy (Ludwig van Beethoven) ending
[2] with Bailey the Dog helping out on vocals on Pooh Doggie jam
[3] with Super Mario Bros. teases
[4] with Jake on percussion before replacing Kris on the kit and Kris moving to percussion with Andy
[5] with Everybody Everybody (Black Box), One (Metallica), and Roadhouse Blues (The Doors) jams, What Is Love (Haddaway) and Peter Piper (Run DMC) quotes, and Rapper's Delight (The Sugar Hill Gang) and Soul Food II teases
[6] part III only

02.12.2003 The Blue Note, Columbia, MO, USA

Set 1: Space Funk Booty > 2x2[1], Kabump > Walletsworth, When the World Is Running Down You Make the Best of What's Still Around > Nothing Too Fancy

Set 2: JaJunk > Hajimemashite > Get In The Van, "Jimmy Stewart" > Andy's Last Beer, Der Bluten Kat

Encore: Ringo[2]


[1] with Barney Miller theme (Jack Elliott and Allyn Ferguson) jam
[2] with The Safety Dance (Men Without Hats) tease at beginning; with Root Down (The Beastie Boys) and Slacker teases later
Support: Bockman's Euphio

02.13.2003 Mississippi Nights, St. Louis, MO, USA

Set 1: Water > Smell the Mitten, The Crooked One > Soul Food I > Professor Wormbog, The Fuzz, "Jimmy Stewart" > All In Time

Set 2: Intro[1] > Dump City > Push the Pig, Power of Soul, Blue Echo[2] > 2nd Self, Kat's Tune, In The Kitchen, The Triple Wide > Mulche's Odyssey

Encore: Last Man Swerving[3]


[1] with Rock You Like a Hurricane (The Scorpions)
[2] ended with Kimble jam and With Rock You Like a Hurricane (The Scorpions)
[3] with Firestarter (Prodigy) lyrics

02.14.2003 The Canopy Club, Urbana, IL, USA

Set 1: Get In The Van > Divisions > Glory > Divisions, "Jimmy Stewart"[1] > Example 1, The Girl Is Mine > Jane Says > The Girl Is Mine > Space Funk Booty, Roulette

Set 2: Miss Tinkle's Overture > Anchor Drops, 2x2, Easy[2] > YYZ, FF[3] > Orfeo > America the Beautiful[4] > unknown song[5], unknown song[6], Rising Bird[7] > Walletsworth > Hurt Bird Bath

Encore: Tribute to the Spinal Shaft > White Man's Moccasins


[1] with America (Neil Diamond) tease
[2] debut, The Commodores; instrumental; jam only
[3] with Linus and Lucy (Vince Guaraldi) jam
[4] Ryan solo
[5] Brendan rapping unknown song
[6] classical piece, just Brendan and Ryan
[7] debut, original

02.15.2003 Metro, Chicago, IL, USA

Set 1: Prowler, In The Kitchen, Nothing Too Fancy[1] > Resolution, Uncommon[2], Syncopated Strangers, Utopian Fir[3] > In the Flesh > Utopian Fir[4] > Pay the Snucka[5]

Set 2: Der Bluten Kat, 13 Days > The Triple Wide, Uncle Wally[6] > Drums > JaJunk[7] > Visions > The Song Remains the Same

Encore: 40's Theme


[1] with Let Me Blow Ya Mind (Eve) tease
[2] with Power of Soul (Jimi Hendrix) tease
[3] with Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring (Bach) tease
[4] with JaJunk tease
[5] part III only
[6] with Push the Pig jam
[7] with America (Neil Diamond) tease

Notes:
Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown) (The Beatles) was teased after Syncopated Strangers.

02.23.2003 Goose Island Brewery, Chicago, IL, USA

One Set: Push the Pig, In The Kitchen, Uncommon, Roulette, 13 Days > Pay the Snucka[1], The Crooked One


[1] part III only

Notes:
This show was broadcast live on WXRT; with interview and "borting" between songs.

02.25.2003 Club Laga, Pittsburgh, PA, USA

Set 1: 2x2 > In The Kitchen, Hurt Bird Bath, Soul Food I, Last Man Swerving[1], Waiting Room, JaJunk

Set 2: Prowler > 2nd Self, Professor Wormbog, "Jimmy Stewart" -> Glory > Uncle Wally, Andy's Last Beer[2], A Go Go, 13 Days

Encore: The Fuzz > Cherub Rock

Soundcheck: Walletsworth, Phil's Farm


[1] with Brendan and Jake on Joel's keys
[2] with Joel and Ryan "trading licks" before intro

02.27.2003 Harper's Ferry, Allston, MA, USA

Set 1: Syncopated Strangers, Der Bluten Kat, Resolution > Utopian Fir[1] > Anchor Drops, Tribute to the Spinal Shaft > Last Man Swerving

Set 2: Intro > Example 1[2] > 50 Ways to Leave Your Lover[3], Miss Tinkle's Overture > Mulche's Odyssey > Space Funk Booty, White Man's Moccasins, It's About That Time, Ringo[4]

Encore: Smell the Mitten


[1] with Hot for Teacher (Van Halen) jam
[2] with Fade to Black (Metallica) jam
[3] ended with Nick Blasky appearance
[4] with Get In The Van jam
Support: Ray's Music Exchange

03.01.2003 Higher Ground, Winooski, VT, USA

One Set: Dump City, Rosanna, Get In The Van, 40's Theme, JaJunk > Good Ol' Boys, Nothing Too Fancy[1], Hurt Bird Bath


[1] with Jamie Masefield on mandolin

Notes:
Supporting The New Deal
last Rosanna 10.27.2000 (342 shows)

03.03.2003 The Crowbar, State College, PA, USA

Set 1: Kat's Tune > Phil's Farm, In The Kitchen, Last Man Swerving, "Jimmy Stewart" -> Blue Echo > 2x2, The Girl Is Mine > Jane Says > The Girl Is Mine > The Triple Wide

Set 2: Power of Soul > FF > Drums[1] > The Crooked One, Water[2] > Padgett's Profile, Prowler[3] > Andy's Last Beer[4]

Encore: Glory > Uncommon


[1] with Jake on percussion
[2] with Highway to Hell (AC/DC) false start
[3] with So What (Miles Davis) tease
[4] with It's About That Time (Miles Davis) tease

Notes:
This show was simulcast on Digital Club Network
Support: Townhall

03.04.2003 Theater of Living Arts, Philadelphia, PA, USA

Set 1: Intro > Push the Pig, 2nd Self, Kabump > Uncle Wally > August > Professor Wormbog > Tomorrow Never Knows, Pay the Snucka[1]

Set 2: Miss Tinkle's Overture > Mulche's Odyssey, 13 Days, "Jimmy Stewart" > Regulate, Visions > Walletsworth, All In Time

Encore: Syncopated Strangers


[1] part III only; with One (Metallica) teases
Support: Lotus

03.06.2003 The State Theatre, Falls Church, VA, USA

Set 1: Hurt Bird Bath > 2x2, Resolution > In The Kitchen, Blue Echo, Fool in the Rain > Ringo[1]

Set 2: Der Bluten Kat[2] > Roulette, Anchor Drops, Utopian Fir[3] > Kat's Tune > Example 1[4] > Dump City, The Fuzz > Der Bluten Kat

Encore: Phil's Farm


[1] with Wabash (John Scofield) jam
[2] with a Kenny Liner and Jake beatboxing duel; with It's About That Time (Miles Davis) jam
[3] with Hot for Teacher (Van Halen) jam
[4] with Pay the Snucka (part I) tease
Support: The Bridge

03.07.2003 The Colorado Brewing Company, Danbury, CT, USA

Set 1: Intro > Divisions, Tribute to the Spinal Shaft > Visions[1] > 40's Theme, FF[2] > Down Under, Smell the Mitten

Set 2: Get In The Van, Nuthin' but a 'G' Thang, Orfeo, The Crooked One, Soul Food I > 2nd Self, White Man's Moccasins

Encore: Uncommon


[1] with Odd Couple theme (Neal Hefti) tease
[2] with Crosseyed and Painless (Talking Heads) tease

03.08.2003 The Bowery Ballroom, New York, NY, USA

Set 1: Push the Pig, Miss Tinkle's Overture > Mulche's Odyssey, 13 Days, YYZ, In The Kitchen > All In Time, Hurt Bird Bath, The Emperor[1]

Set 2: JaJunk > Resolution > 2x2[2] > Uncommon, Nothing Too Fancy > Kat's Tune -> Roulette, Jazz Odyssey[3], Hajimemashite > Syncopated Strangers, Der Bluten Kat

Encore: The Song Remains the Same[4], Glory > Andy's Last Beer


[1] with Topaz
[2] with The Star Spangled Banner (Francis Scott Key) and Feels So Good (Chuck Mangione) teases. "Jimmy Stewart" contained long Fletch theme (Harold Faltermeyer) jam and Fox Sports theme tease
[3] with Topaz and Borahm Lee (Topaz) on keyboards; with Padgett's Profile tease
[4] with extended The Rain Song (Led Zeppelin) tease

Notes:
This show featured interlocking sets with Topaz; Umphrey's played a first set with the members of Topaz taking the stage after The Emperor and then the members of Umphrey's slowly left the stage; Umphrey's then slowly took the stage as Topaz ended his set for the beginning of their second set.

03.17.2003 The Bottom Lounge, Chicago, IL, USA

Set 1: When the World Is Running Down You Make the Best of What's Still Around > Dump City > Andy's Last Beer, Thin Air, Phil's Farm[1], Utopian Fir[2], Professor Wormbog[3], "Jimmy Stewart"[3], 40's Theme[4]

Set 2: Celtic Alleluia, In The Kitchen, Miss Tinkle's Overture > Mulche's Odyssey, The Triple Wide, Der Bluten Kat[5], Walletsworth

Encore: JaJunk, Nuthin' but a 'G' Thang


[1] with Voodoo Chile (Jimi Hendrix) tease later
[2] with Celtic Alleluia (Marty Haugen) tease
[3] with Josh Quinlan on alto saxophone
[4] with Babylon Sister (Steely Dan) tease by Joel
[5] with Kimble teases

Notes:
Jake teased Blackbird (The Beatles) before Phil's Farm
last Celtic Alleluia 10.31.2000 (346 shows)

03.19.2003 Clearwater Theater, West Dundee, IL, USA

Set 1: Example 1 > Raymond[1] > Drums > Prowler > 13 Days, Padgett's Profile, Uncle Wally, 2nd Self, Push the Pig, Blue Echo[2] > The Stranger, Ringo[3]

Set 2: Nothing Too Fancy[4] > Smell the Mitten > Nothing Too Fancy, The Fuzz, Roulette

Encore: Ballad of Jimi Hendrix, Power of Soul


[1] unfinished
[2] began with For Those About to Rock (We Salute You) (AC/DC) tease
[3] Kris Meyers's vocal debut (as harmony)
[4] with A Fifth of Beethoven (Walter Murphy and the Big Apple Band) tease

03.20.2003 The Rave, Milwaukee, WI, USA

Set 1: FF -> White Man's Moccasins, August > The Crooked One > Thin Air, Uncommon, Lenny[1], Water, It's About That Time[2]

Set 2: Sociable Jimmy, Soul Food I > Bass solo > Drums[3] > "Jimmy Stewart"[4], The Triple Wide > 2x2, Last Man Swerving, Kabump > Utopian Fir[5]

Encore: Bad Poker[6], Get In The Van


[1] with Chris Vos on lap steel guitar and vocals
[2] with Muff II: The Revenge, Phil's Farm, Get In The Van, Tribute to the Spinal Shaft, Ringo, and Bob teases, among others
[3] with everyone on percussion
[4] rotation jam (mostly Brendan and Andy on keys, Joel on Jake's guitar, Ryan on percussion, Kris on moog, Jake on drums; then Brendan on bass, Kris on keys)
[5] ending only; with brief tease of the intro to Get In the Van
[6] only Jake; previously referred to as "new Jake song"

03.21.2003 The Egyptian Room, The Murat Centre, Indianapolis, IN, USA

Set 1: All In Time, Anchor Drops, Phil's Farm, Visions > Walking On The Moon > Drums[1], Resolution > Space Funk Booty

Set 2: JaJunk[2] > Waiting Room[3] > In The Kitchen, 13 Days, Prowler > Hajimemashite > Syncopated Strangers, Hurt Bird Bath[4]

Encore: Miss Tinkle's Overture > Mulche's Odyssey > Pay the Snucka[5]


[1] with Jake on percussion
[2] with Nothing Too Fancy jam
[3] ended with For Those About to Rock (We Salute You) (AC/DC) tease
[4] with Hot for Teacher (Van Halen) tease
[5] part III only; with Winkie Chant (Wizard of Oz)

03.22.2003 Madison Theater, Covington, KY, USA

Set 1: Intro > Uncle Wally, Dump City, Divisions, Ringo, All Things Ninja, 2nd Self, A Fifth of Beethoven[1]

Set 2: 40's Theme, Walletsworth, "Jimmy Stewart"[2], Glory, Sociable Jimmy > Kat's Tune, Uncommon, Tribute to the Spinal Shaft, Professor Wormbog

Encore: Willie the Pimp[3] > Roulette


[1] with Highway to Hell (AC/DC) tease
[2] with ,,,And Justice for All (Metallica) tease
[3] with John Hrudy sitting with Joel; with Heartbreaker (Led Zeppelin), Born Under a Bad Sign (Albert King), Let Me Blow Ya Mind (Eve), and California Love (2Pac) teases

03.27.2003 The Aggie Theatre, Fort Collins, CO, USA

Set 1: Intro > Smell the Mitten, Divisions, Andy's Last Beer[1] > All Things Ninja, 13 Days, Visions > Waiting Room

Set 2: Intro > Prowler, In The Kitchen, "Jimmy Stewart"[2] > Walletsworth, Utopian Fir[3] > Hot for Teacher[4], Utopian Fir > Soul Food I > Roulette

Encore: Syncopated Strangers[5]


[1] with It's About that Time (Miles Davis) tease in intro
[2] with "Lissy Colorado" on vocals
[3] with Hells Bells (AC/DC) jam
[4] debut, Van Halen; one verse
[5] with Fletch (Harold Faltermeyer) intro

03.28.2003 The Gothic Theatre, Englewood, CO, USA

Set 1: Resolution > Water > Hurt Bird Bath, Blue Echo[1] -> Highway to Hell[2] > Der Bluten Kat[3] -> 10th Grade[4] > Der Bluten Kat > Dr. Feelgood > Der Bluten Kat

Set 2: Professor Wormbog, Ringo[5] -> Uncommon -> Ringo, 2x2, Padgett's Profile -> JaJunk > Padgett's Profile

Encore: All In Time


[1] with Roundabout (Yes) teases; ended with Wappy Sprayberry jam and Der Bluten Kat teases
[2] debut, AC/DC; one verse and one chorus only (verse sung by Jake, chorus by Kris)
[3] with Jamie Janover, and Jake, on drums for jam
[4] one verse only
[5] with You Really Got Me (The Kinks) and Start Me Up (The Rolling Stones) teases

03.29.2003 The Fox Theatre, Boulder, CO, USA

Set 1: Get In The Van[1], Hajimemashite > Dump City, Uncle Wally, 40's Theme[2] > Last Man Swerving[3], YYZ

Set 2: Intro > The Triple Wide > Drums[4] > The Triple Wide[4] > Sociable Jimmy, Miss Tinkle's Overture > Mulche's Odyssey > Pay the Snucka[5], The Crooked One

Encore: Push the Pig[6]


[1] with a false start; the band left the stage for two minutes
[2] with Jamie Janover on Toys R' Us guitar and percussion; with "Zsa Zsa Gabor, Fifi" lyrics
[3] with Jamie Janover on percussion, Thunderstruck (AC/DC) tease, and Brendan and Jake on keys
[4] with Jamie Janover on percussion
[5] part III only
[6] with November Rain (Guns N' Roses) ending

Notes:
This show was simulcast on the Digital Club Network.
Support: Psychedelic Breakfast

Reviews: 1 review(s)

03.30.2003 8150 Club, Vail, CO, USA

Set 1: Intro[1] > Tribute to the Spinal Shaft > White Man's Moccasins, Jam[2], The Fussy Dutchman, Thin Air, The Fuzz > The Song Remains the Same, All Things Ninja

Set 2: Soul Food I[3] > August[4], Hurt Bird Bath, Anchor Drops > Phil's Farm > FF > Space Funk Booty, 2nd Self

Encore: A Go Go[5]


[1] Ryan took the stage first, beginning the jam; one by one, the rest of the band joined in (Andy, then Kris, Jake, Brendan, and Joel)
[2] "Blues," lamenting the lack of women in the crowd
[3] with Who Knows (Jimi Hendrix) and Unskinny Bop (Poison) teases
[4] with Joe McLean on guitar
[5] with Panama (Van Halen) tease

Notes:
42nd Street was teased before Soul Food I.

04.01.2003 The Granada Theater, Lawrence, KS, USA

Set 1: Der Bluten Kat, Kat's Tune, The Fuzz > Uncle Wally > Uncommon, The Girl Is Mine > Jane Says > The Girl Is Mine > Kabump > Pay the Snucka[1]

Set 2: Example 1[2] > Divisions[3] > Glory > Divisions[3], Good Ol' Boys, Sweetness > Miss Tinkle's Overture > Mulche's Odyssey

Encore: Ringo[4]


[1] part III only
[2] "Jimmy Stewart" with lyrics
[3] Joel on vocals, for April Fools Day
[4] with Wabash (John Scofield) jam

Notes:
"Jimmy Stewart" with lyrics also known as "Ragamuffin"
Support: Global Funk Council

04.03.2003 Ziggy's, Winston-Salem, NC, USA

Set 1: Intro > Sociable Jimmy, Smell the Mitten, Miss Gradenko > In The Kitchen > 13 Days, 2x2, Nothing Too Fancy

Set 2: JaJunk > Get In The Van > JaJunk, 2nd Self > JaJunk, Push the Pig > It's About That Time, Roulette

Encore: Prowler, Syncopated Strangers

04.04.2003 Lincoln Theatre, Raleigh, NC, USA

Set 1: The Triple Wide, Walletsworth, The Fussy Dutchman > Andy's Last Beer, Last Man Swerving, Blue Echo -> Phil's Farm, In the Flesh

Set 2: Hurt Bird Bath[1], All In Time, Utopian Fir > Peter Gunn / Every Breath You Take > Raymond > Drums[2], White Man's Moccasins

Encore: Power of Soul


[1] with Smell the Mitten tease
[2] Jake, Andy, and Kris

Notes:
This show was on Kris's birthday.
Support: Moonshine Still

04.05.2003 Three Rivers Music Festival, Columbia, SC, USA

One Set: Intro > Push the Pig > Resolution > Dump City, In The Kitchen, JaJunk, Roulette > Glory > Prowler[1] > 2nd Self


[1] with Jamie's Crying (Van Halen) tease

04.07.2003 Blue Cat's, Knoxville, TN, USA

Set 1: The Fuzz > Sweetness > Anchor Drops, Kabump > Mulche's Odyssey > Miss Tinkle's Overture, Walletsworth, Pay the Snucka[1] > Hot for Teacher[2], Wappy Sprayberry > Pay the Snucka[1]

Set 2: Hey Nineteen > Take It to Church[3] > Smell the Mitten, We're Going to War[4] > Sociable Jimmy, All Things Ninja, The Crooked One > Visions[5] > Uncommon

Encore: All In Time


[1] part III only
[2] with Brendan on percussion
[3] debut, original
[4] debut, Mark Knopfler
[5] with ...And Justice for All (Metallica) jam

04.09.2003 Lambda Chi Alpha House, Auburn, AL, USA

Set 1: Resolution -> Phil's Farm, Push the Pig, A Fifth of Beethoven, Hurt Bird Bath > The Girl Is Mine > Jane Says > The Girl Is Mine[1] > FF[2] > Soul Food I > 40's Theme

Set 2: Syncopated Strangers, Good Ol' Boys, Nothing Too Fancy[3], Pay the Snucka[4], JaJunk[5] > Professor Wormbog, Runnin' With The Devil[6], Down Under, Space Funk Booty[7], Ringo

Encore: Ain't No Fun (If the Homies Can't Have None), Last Man Swerving

Soundcheck: JaJunk


[1] ended with Stairway to Heaven (Led Zeppelin) jam
[2] ended with Linus and Lucy (Vince Guaraldi) jam
[3] with Civil War (Guns N' Roses) jam
[4] part III only; with Desperado (The Eagles) intro
[5] with Hysteria (Def Leppard) intro and In the Kitchen jam
[6] debut, Van Halen; one verse, with Kris on vocals
[7] with Fade to Black (Metallica) tease

Notes:
Private show. "Tapers appreciation night"; no taping allowed.

04.10.2003 Music Farm, Charleston, SC, USA

Set 1: Dump City, Example 1 > Roulette, 50 Ways to Leave Your Lover, The Fussy Dutchman > Hajimemashite > Blue Echo > In The Kitchen, The Triple Wide

Set 2: Intro > Uncle Wally, Tribute to the Spinal Shaft > 2x2, Fool in the Rain, Glory > Walletsworth > Drums[1] > 2nd Self

Encore: Pipeline[2] > Cherub Rock


[1] with Jake on percussion
[2] debut, The Chantays

04.11.2003 The Orange Peel, Asheville, NC, USA

Set 1: Intro > 13 Days, Get In The Van, Thin Air, The Stranger, Padgett's Profile, Divisions, Kat's Tune > Uncommon

Set 2: Andy's Last Beer, Miss Tinkle's Overture[1] > Mulche's Odyssey, No Quarter > Water > Der Bluten Kat, Anchor Drops > Waiting Room

Encore: White Man's Moccasins > Space Funk Booty


[1] with JaJunk teases

04.12.2003 Variety Playhouse, Atlanta, GA, USA

Set 1: JaJunk > Resolution[1] > Hurt Bird Bath, Push the Pig, Utopian Fir > August[2] > 40's Theme

Set 2: Pipeline, Prowler > The Fuzz[3], Sociable Jimmy > Sweetness > Dr. Feelgood > Ringo, YYZ, All In Time

Encore: Smell the Mitten, Syncopated Strangers


[1] with Jamie Janover
[2] with Jake on stylophone
[3] with Gary Paulo on saxophone

Notes:
Before the second set, Joel took the stage as a Chicago police officer to arrest the band; the whole band was dressed as Chicago cops for the second set, aviator sunglasses and all.

04.18.2003 Bacchanalia Festival, Drake University, Des Moines, IA, USA

One Set: Intro[1] > Mulche's Odyssey, Chevrolet > In The Kitchen[2] > Front Porch[3] > Space Funk Booty, Divisions[4], Rainbow Country -> Syncopated Strangers[5], Kabump > Kat's Tune, Ringo, Dump City, Blue Echo -> Licking Stick[6] > Pay the Snucka[7]

Encore: Willie the Pimp[8]


[1] with Voodoo Chile (Jimi Hendrix) tease
[2] with Kris on vocals, lyric changes referencing the absence of Brendan, and Paradise City (Guns N' Roses) tease
[3] with Joel on vocals; with lyric changes referencing the absence of Brendan
[4] with Jake on vocals; "Johnny Cash version"
[5] with Joel on vocals for last verse
[6] debut, James Brown
[7] part III only
[8] with Jake singing Born Under a Bad Sign (Albert King) lyric

Notes:
The entire show was without Brendan.

04.20.2003 Park West, Chicago, IL, USA

Set 1: Prowler > Walletsworth, Sociable Jimmy > Visions > Amazing Grace[1] > FF > Get In The Van, "Jimmy Stewart"[2] > Hurt Bird Bath, Hey Nineteen > Professor Wormbog

Set 2: Utopian Fir[3], Big Heart, 2x2 > White Man's Moccasins > 2x2, Hells Bells[4], All Things Ninja, You Gotta Move[5], JaJunk

Encore: Celtic Alleluia, Last Man Swerving


[1] instrumental; with Jake on stylophone
[2] with Toccata & Fugue in D Minor (Bach) intro; with Mars Williams on saxophone
[3] with Slacker tease
[4] with Jesus Is Just Alright (The Doobie Brothers) lyrics
[5] debut, The Rolling Stones (Davis/McDowell)

04.22.2003 Dave's On Dickson, Fayetteville, AR, USA

Set 1: Phil's Farm > 13 Days, Hajimemashite[1] > Thin Air, Soul Food I > The Song Remains the Same, The Fussy Dutchman

Set 2: Example 1[2] > Dump City, Resolution[3] > We're Going to War > Drums > Syncopated Strangers, Nothing Too Fancy[4], Push the Pig > All Things Ninja, Roulette

Encore: Home Sweet Home > All In Time


[1] with It's About That Time (Miles Davis) jam
[2] "Jimmy Stewart" with lyrics
[3] with Bailey the dog
[4] with The Humpty Dance (Digital Underground)

Notes:
Soul Food I contains early aspects of Wife Soup
"Jimmy Stewart" with lyrics also known as "Ragamuffin"

04.23.2003 Train Hopper's, Oklahoma City, OK, USA

Set 1: Intro > In The Kitchen, Uncommon, Kabump[1] > Sweetness > Dr. Feelgood > Pay the Snucka[2], Sociable Jimmy

Set 2: FDR[3] > Push the Pig[4], Der Bluten Kat[5] > 10th Grade[6] > Der Bluten Kat > Drums[7] > Divisions > Glory > Divisions > Der Bluten Kat

Encore: Ain't No Fun (If the Homies Can't Have None)

2nd Encore: Soul Food II > Miss Tinkle's Overture > Mulche's Odyssey


[1] with Super Mario Bros. teases
[2] part III
[3] debut, original
[4] with Ryan and Joel duel; with Kashmir (Led Zeppelin) jam
[5] with Carol of the Bells (Leontovych/Wilhousky) jam; "Jimmy Stewart" with lyrics was named "Pennis" on Local Band Does OKlahoma and contained a theme that would become Ocean Billy
[6] one verse
[7] with Jake on percussion

Notes:
Most of the second set was released as the live EP Local Band Does OKlahoma.
Adam had a "light" solo during Soul Food II; the light board was on-stage.

04.24.2003 Tree's, Dallas, TX, USA

Set 1: Smell the Mitten > Ringo, The Crooked One, Uncle Wally > Andy's Last Beer

Set 2: Hurt Bird Bath > Water > The Triple Wide > 2x2[1], Miss Gradenko, The Fuzz > Take It to Church > The Fuzz

Encore: Tribute to the Spinal Shaft[2]


[1] with Power of Soul (Jimi Hendrix) tease
[2] with Hot for Teacher (Van Halen) jam

04.25.2003 The Vibe, Austin, TX, USA

Set 1: Intro > 13 Days, Blue Echo > Syncopated Strangers, Pooh Doggie > JaJunk, 2nd Self

Set 2: Wappy Sprayberry > Power of Soul > Swamp Music[1] > Drums[2] > Nothing Too Fancy[3], The Haunt[4] > Get In The Van, Walletsworth > Lenny

Encore: Roulette


[1] debut, Lynyrd Skynyrd
[2] with Kevin Browning
[3] with Mike Lemastrie on washboard
[4] with Dear Prudence (The Beatles) jam

04.26.2003 Howlin' Wolf, New Orleans, LA, USA

One Set: Push the Pig > Der Bluten Kat, Walking On The Moon[1] > In The Kitchen, Dump City > Miss Tinkle's Overture > Mulche's Odyssey > In the Flesh > Prowler > Good Ol' Boys[2] > All In Time

Encore: It's About That Time[3], Ringo


[1] with Alan Hertz on percussion, Ilya Stemkovsky on drums, and Brian Felix on keys
[2] with All In Time tease
[3] with Hope Clayburn on flute, Carlos Washington on trumpet, and Brian Felix on keys

04.28.2003 The Library, Oxford, MS, USA

One Set: Licking Stick > August > Uncle Wally > Sociable Jimmy > Fool in the Rain, Blue Echo[1] > Roulette, Divisions[2], The Triple Wide > Professor Wormbog, JaJunk[3]

Encore: Unskinny Bop[4], Uncommon, Down Under


[1] started with Rock and Roll Ain't Noise Pollution (AC/DC) tease
[2] Jake sang first verse the "Johnny Cash" style
[3] with Thunderstruck (AC/DC) teases
[4] one verse only

04.29.2003 The Soul Kitchen, Mobile, AL, USA

Set 1: Intro > 2nd Self, Tribute to the Spinal Shaft > FF > Andy's Last Beer

Set 2: Push the Pig > The Fussy Dutchman, Water > We're Going to War, Front Porch > Space Funk Booty, Hurt Bird Bath > A Go Go, 2x2

Encore: Waiting Room

04.30.2003 House of Blues - Parish, New Orleans, LA, USA

Set 1: Soul Food I > Pay the Snucka[1] > Phil's Farm > 13 Days, Utopian Fir[2], JaJunk[3], When the World Is Running Down You Make the Best of What's Still Around, "Jimmy Stewart", Uncle Wally

Set 2: Water[4], Glory[4], Hurt Bird Bath > Smell the Mitten, The Triple Wide[5], The Crooked One, Willie the Pimp[6], YYZ

Encore: Regulate


[1] part I only; instrumental
[2] with Hot for Teacher (Van Halen) jam
[3] with One (Metallica) tease
[4] with Karl Denson on saxophone
[5] ended with Alan Hertz on drums
[6] with Eric Levy on keys

05.02.2003 Orpheum Theater, New Orleans, LA, USA

One Set: Resolution > Walletsworth, Pay the Snucka[1], In The Kitchen, 40's Theme, Prowler > Hey Nineteen > Miss Tinkle's Overture > Mulche's Odyssey


[1] part III only

Notes:
opened for moe.

05.14.2003 Oasis One-Sixty, Chicago Heights, IL, USA

Set 1: Phil's Farm > Divisions[1] -> Swamp Music[2] > Divisions, Anchor Drops[3] -> Tribute to the Spinal Shaft[4] -> In The Kitchen

Set 2: In Violation of Yes, Hurt Bird Bath[5] > Drums -> Uncommon, Sociable Jimmy > Orfeo[6] -> Resolution -> Walletsworth

Encore: Waiting Room > Pay the Snucka[7]

Soundcheck: Out of Order, Señor Mouse


[1] with Gut Strut tease and Smell the Mitten jam
[2] one verse; with Spirit of the Radio (Rush) jam and Third Stone From the Sun (Jimi Hendrix) tease
[3] with Crosseyed and Painless (Talking Heads) jam
[4] with Entrance of the Gladiators (Julius Fučík) tease
[5] with It's About that Time (Miles Davis) tease and Se A Cabo (Santana) jam
[6] with Front Porch tease
[7] part III only

Notes:
with The Lonely Man Theme (Joe Harnell) tease before Anchor Drops

05.15.2003 Stanley Hall, Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, IL, USA

Set 1: Intro[1] > Professor Wormbog, Ringo, Example 1[2] > Blue Echo > Uncle Wally, Roulette[3], 2nd Self

Set 2: August > Glory > 50 Ways to Leave Your Lover > #5[4], FF > America the Beautiful, Space Funk Booty, 13 Days, Chitlins Con Carne, Family Feud theme, Smell the Mitten, Syncopated Strangers

Encore: Take Me Out to the Ballgame[5], The Fuzz


[1] with an "echo test"
[2] ended with Ugochi on vocals
[3] with (Don't Fear) the Reaper (Blue Öyster Cult) tease
[4] debut, original
[5] led by "Harray/Hairy" Joel

Notes:
The Natural theme (Randy Newman) was teased (with "If you build it, they will come" from Field of Dreams being quoted) before August. Deciding to Build the Field (James Horner) was teased (with more "If you build it, they will come" quotes) before 13 Days.
last Take Me Out to the Ballgame 02.19.1998 (590 shows)
Support: Urban Funk Ordinance

05.16.2003 The Newport Music Hall, Columbus, OH, USA

Set 1: Last Man Swerving > Dump City, 2x2, #5, The Crooked One, In the Flesh, JaJunk, In Violation of Yes[1]

Set 2: Dr. Feelgood -> White Man's Moccasins > The Triple Wide[2] > Andy's Last Beer, Soul Food I[3] > Hajimemashite[4] -> Dear Lord > Push the Pig > Weed Rap[5] > Push the Pig


[1] with Last Man Swerving ending
[2] with White Man's Moccasins tease
[3] with Fletch Theme (Harold Faltermeyer) and Flying (The Beatles) teases
[4] with Pay the Snucka and Regulate (Warren G) teases and Keep Forgettin' (Michael McDonald) quote
[5] with Elliott Peck
Support: Guest

05.22.2003 The Vogue Theatre, Indianapolis, IN, USA

Set 1: "Jimmy Stewart"[1] > Get In The Van, Hurt Bird Bath[2] -> Glory > Hurt Bird Bath[3] > Thin Air, Miss Tinkle's Overture[4] > Mulche's Odyssey

Set 2: Nothing Too Fancy > Lively Up Yourself > Who Knows[5] > August[6] > The Fussy Dutchman, #5 > Nothing Too Fancy, We're Going to War > Syncopated Strangers

Encore: Sociable Jimmy > Lively Up Yourself


[1] with Get In the Van and All Things Ninja teases
[2] with Front Porch, All In Time, Kimble, and Hot for Teacher (Van Halen) teases; ended with Much Obliged jam and Glory teases
[3] ended with Water jam with Odd Couple theme (Neal Hefti) tease
[4] with One (Metallica) jam
[5] first time played in full, Jimi Hendrix; with Super Mario Bros. jam
[6] unfinished; with Plunger jam

05.23.2003 Clearwater Theater, West Dundee, IL, USA

Set 1: The Fuzz[1] > Flying[2] -> FF > Drums > All Things Ninja, Walletsworth, I Am the Walrus > Tribute to the Spinal Shaft[3] > The Fuzz

Set 2: Prowler[4] > Water[5] > Raymond > Drums > Jam[6] > Water > Hajimemashite[7] > Sweetness[8] -> White Man's Moccasins, In Violation of Yes[9]

Encore: Pay the Snucka[10]

Soundcheck: The Song Remains the Same, I Am the Walrus (x2)


[1] ended with Roulette jam
[2] with La-Di-Da-Di (Doug E. Fresh)
[3] ended with Blackbird (The Beatles), Wabash (John Scofield), and Entrance of the Gladiators (Julius Fučík) teases
[4] with Star Wars Theme, Imperial March (from Star Wars) and Cantina Band (all John Williams) teases
[5] with theme that would become Ocean Billy
[6] with JaJunk and Smell the Mitten teases
[7] with Plunger jam
[8] ended with In My Time of Dying (Led Zeppelin) tease
[9] began with Runnin' with the Devil (Van Halen) tease. With Imperial March and Cantina Band (both John Williams) teases
[10] with Harvester of Sorrow (Metallica) tease

Notes:
(Don't Fear) The Reaper (Blue Öyster Cult) was teased before Pay the Snucka.

05.24.2003 "Summer Camp Music Festival" Three Sisters Park, Chillicothe, IL, USA

One Set: Soul Food I > In The Kitchen > Push the Pig > The Song Remains the Same > Visions[1] > Uncommon, Roulette, Uncle Wally, All In Time


[1] with The Rain Song (Led Zeppelin) tease

Notes:
Main Stage

05.25.2003 "Summer Camp Music Festival" Three Sisters Park, Chillicothe, IL, USA

One Set: Miss Tinkle's Overture > Mulche's Odyssey, Resolution > 2x2[1], Dump City, Ringo[2], 40's Theme, The Triple Wide[3] > Andy's Last Beer, Rock and Roll Ain't Noise Pollution[4] > JaJunk > Thunderstruck[5] > JaJunk > One[6] > JaJunk -> The Crooked One, Nothing Too Fancy[7], Mercedes Benz[8], Solfegietto[9], Syncopated Strangers[10]

Encore: Last Man Swerving[11]

Soundcheck: The Crooked One, Hold On Loosely, JaJunk, #5, Utopian Fir, Out of Order


[1] with Feels So Good (Chuck Mangione) tease
[2] with Oteil Burbridge on bass, Al Schnier on melotron/synth, Jim Loughlin on percussion, an It's About That Time (Miles Davis jam), Chuck Garvey and Mark Kimbrell on guitar, Vinnie Amico on drums
[3] with Meat (moe.) jam
[4] debut, AC/DC; just one verse
[5] two minutes were played and sung
[6] one verse only
[7] with jam featuring with Ian Goldberg on bass, replacing Ryan
[8] Elliot Peck only
[9] Joel only, around one minute in length
[10] with a section dedicated to Arnold Schwarzenegger quotes
[11] with Panama (Van Halen) tease

Notes:
This show took place at The Barn. During Ringo, Oteil Burbridge replaced Ryan on bass. At one point, all of Umphrey's left the stage before returning to finish the song.

05.31.2003 Belmont-Sheffield Festival, Chicago, IL, USA

One Set: Intro > In The Kitchen, Roulette[1], Smell the Mitten[2], Resolution[3] > Sociable Jimmy, Waiting Room, Kabump[4], 13 Days, Ringo, Dump City, Uncommon, The Crooked One


[1] Resolution tease
[2] with Jake on keys; with Entrance of the Gladiators (Fucik) jam
[3] ended with Power of Soul (Jimi Hendrix) jam
[4] with Let Me Blow Ya Mind (Eve) tease

06.05.2003 The State Theatre, Falls Church, VA, USA

Set 1: Intro > Blue Echo > Anchor Drops, Miss Tinkle's Overture > Mulche's Odyssey, Hajimemashite > The Fussy Dutchman[1], Push the Pig

Set 2: Power of Soul[2], FF > #5, Water[3] > August[4] > Get In The Van, Prowler

Encore: Cherub Rock


[1] with Walk This Way (Aerosmith) jam
[2] with The Star Spangled Banner (Francis Scott Key)
[3] with Stairway to Heaven (Led Zeppelin) tease
[4] with We're Going to War (Mark Knopfler) tease; ended with Q*Bert jam with Get In the Van teases
Support: Addison Groove Project

06.06.2003 Rocks Off Boat Cruise, New York, NY, USA

Set 1: Intro > Walletsworth[1] > Tribute to the Spinal Shaft[2], Thin Air, 2nd Self, Uncle Wally, All Things Ninja

Set 2: Hey Nineteen[3] -> JaJunk[4] -> Dump City -> JaJunk -> Hey Nineteen, 2x2[5], Last Man Swerving

Encore: Good Ol' Boys


[1] with power outages that led to bass and drums jams
[2] with power outages that led to bass and drums jams; with Jessica (The Allman Brothers Band) and The Ocean (Led Zepplin) teases
[3] ended with Norwegian Wood (The Beatles) jam
[4] with Walletsworth, Thin Air, All Things Ninja, and Slacker teases
[5] with Zsa Zsa Gabor, Fi Fi

06.06.2003 Rocks Off Boat Cruise, New York, NY, USA

Set 1: All In Time, 13 Days, Resolution[1] > White Man's Moccasins, Glory, The Girl Is Mine > Jane Says > The Girl Is Mine, Hurt Bird Bath

Set 2: Nothing Too Fancy[2] > #5, Uncommon, Syncopated Strangers, Roulette, The Haunt[3] > Nothing Too Fancy, Visions > The Fuzz

Encore: 50 Ways to Leave Your Lover


[1] "Jimmy Stewart" with lyrics
[2] with All In Time, Stranglehold (Ted Nugent), and The Ocean (Led Zeppelin) teases
[3] ended with Another Brick in the Wall (Pink Floyd) jam with Hot for Teacher (Van Halen) tease

06.07.2003 No Name Festival, Waterloo Village, Stanhope, NJ, USA

One Set: Uncle Wally[1], Ringo[1], Can't Find My Way Home[1], In The Kitchen[1], Black Water[1]


[1] with Brendan and Jake on acoustic guitars

Notes:
Opened for moe., along with Reid Grenauer and The New Deal; rain-shortened set.

06.08.2003 "32nd Groove Reggae Festival" Woodbury Ski Area, Woodbury, CT, USA

One Set: We're Going to War > The Crooked One, Bubbles[1] > Smell the Mitten, Jam > Der Bluten Kat[2] > Space Funk Booty > Der Bluten Kat[3], Anchor Drops, YYZ, Example 1 > #5, Phil's Farm, Andy's Last Beer, In Violation of Yes


[1] debut, Herbie Hancock
[2] with Unskinny Bop (Poison) jam
[3] with Peter Gunn theme (Henry Mancini) jam

06.09.2003 Conduit, Trenton, NJ, USA

One Set: Intro > Syncopated Strangers[1], Nothing Too Fancy[2] -> Hurt Bird Bath > It's About That Time -> I Am the Walrus > Nothing Too Fancy, Divisions[3], Utopian Fir[4] > Dr. Feelgood > Sociable Jimmy, 40's Theme

Encore: Push the Pig, Pay the Snucka[5]


[1] with Soul Food I tease
[2] with Unforgiven (Metallica) jam
[3] with jam that would become Duck Butter and Third Stone from the Sun (Jimi Hendrix) tease
[4] with Runnin' With the Devil (Van Halen) jam
[5] part III only; with Front Port tease
Support: Grandfater Rediculous and Odis

06.18.2003 Durty Nellie's, Palatine, IL, USA

Set 1: Get In The Van, Uncommon > Padgett's Profile[1], August > Glory > Ringo[2], Señor Mouse, Wife Soup[3]

Set 2: Kabump > Dirty Love, White Man's Moccasins, Visions > The Empire State[4] > Mulche's Odyssey, #5, 2x2, Roulette

Encore: Phil's Farm


[1] with Black Satin (Miles Davis) tease
[2] with Smell the Mitten and One (Metallica) jams
[3] debut, original
[4] with lyrics about Joel

06.19.2003 The Terrace, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, USA

Set 1: Intro > All In Time, Water[1] > In The Kitchen, The Fussy Dutchman, "Jimmy Stewart" > Dump City, The Stranger, Last Man Swerving

Set 2: Intro[2] > JaJunk > Walletsworth, Kat's Tune > 13 Days > Utopian Fir[3] > Syncopated Strangers, Prowler > The Fuzz

Encore: Push the Pig


[1] with Glory teases
[2] with I Am Trying to Break Your Heart (Wilco) teases
[3] with Jump (Van Halen) jam

06.20.2003 The Bluebird Nightclub, Bloomington, IN, USA

Set 1: Intro -> Q*Bert > Hurt Bird Bath > Out Of Order > Tomorrow Never Knows > Raymond, Jam > Andy's Last Beer

Set 2: Tribute to the Spinal Shaft[1] > Wife Soup, We're Going to War > War Pigs > Whole Lotta Love[2] > War Pigs > The Triple Wide[3], Sociable Jimmy -> Professor Wormbog, Hajimemashite, All Things Ninja[4]

Encore: Orfeo[5], No Quarter[6] > 40's Theme


[1] with Babylon Sister (Steely Dan) tease
[2] one verse only
[3] with Amy Scialdone on flute
[4] with The Rain Song (Led Zeppelin) tease
[5] with Jake on drums for Kris
[6] partial first verse only

06.21.2003 Taste of Bloomington, Bloomington, IN, USA

One Set: Soul Food I[1] > 2nd Self, Example 1 > Uncle Wally, Down Under[2], Glory > White Man's Moccasins[3], Uncommon, Visions > All In Time[3], The Haunt[4] > The Crooked One

Encore: In The Kitchen


[1] with Unforgiven (Metallica) tease
[2] with (Don't Fear) The Reaper (Blue Öyster Cult)
[3] with ...And Justice for All (Metallica) tease
[4] with Norwegian Wood (The Beatles) jam

06.21.2003 The Bluebird Nightclub, Bloomington, IN, USA

Set 1: Intro > Smell the Mitten > Divisions, Push the Pig, Der Bluten Kat, #5, Black Water

Set 2: Nothing Too Fancy[1], Resolution[2] > Rock and Roll Ain't Noise Pollution > Thunderstruck > Back In Black > Hells Bells, Blue Echo[3] > Hangover, Roulette[4]

Encore: FF[5] > Soul Food II


[1] with Enter Sandman (Metallica), Stranglehold (Ted Nugent), and Hot for Teacher (Van Halen) teases
[2] with Dave Dickerson on violin
[3] began with For Those About To Rock (We Salute You) (AC/DC) tease
[4] with Billie Jean (Michael Jackson) tease
[5] with Gary "Dope Rhymes" rapping with Hangover jam

06.22.2003 Backyard Bash, Chicago, IL, USA

Set 1: Hurt Bird Bath, Space Funk Booty > Trenchtown Rock, Anchor Drops[1] > 2x2 > Ringo[2], In Violation of Yes

Set 2: 40's Theme[3], Divisions[4], The Triple Wide[5] > In the Hall of the Mountain King, Wife Soup, Lenny, Miss Tinkle's Overture > Mulche's Odyssey

Encore: Release > Pay the Snucka[6]


[1] with Super Mario Bros. and Roundabout (Yes) teases
[2] with Lose Yourself (Eminem) teases
[3] with Nuthin' but a 'G' Thang (Dr. Dre) tease
[4] sung by Jake "Johnny Cash" style
[5] with Glide (The New Deal) tease
[6] part III only

06.25.2003 Emerson Center for Arts & Culture, Bozeman, MT, USA

One Set: Professor Wormbog, Walletsworth, Syncopated Strangers, 13 Days, Phil's Farm, Der Bluten Kat

Notes:
supporting Leftover Salmon

06.26.2003 The Wilma Theatre, Missoula, MT, USA

One Set: Prowler > In The Kitchen, Resolution > Señor Mouse, Uncle Wally, Wife Soup, Anchor Drops, JaJunk

Notes:
supporting Leftover Salmon

06.27.2003 The Ballard Firehouse, Seattle, WA, USA

Set 1: Intro[1] > Dump City[2] > The Crooked One, Roulette, Blue Echo[3] > We're Going to War[4] > Sociable Jimmy, #5, When the World Is Running Down You Make the Best of What's Still Around > Wife Soup

Set 2: FF > Nothing Too Fancy > Lodi Dodi[5] > Pay the Snucka[6] -> Nothing Too Fancy[7] > Hot for Teacher[8] > Nothing Too Fancy -> Andy's Last Beer[9], Kabump > Uncommon[10]

Encore: 2nd Self


[1] with Tradition (Jerry Bock and Sheldon Harnick) and Top Gun Anthem (Harold Faltermeyer) teases
[2] ended with Make Me (John Scofield) jam
[3] with For Those About to Rock (We Salute You) (AC/DC) tease
[4] with Plunger teases
[5] one verse sung, Snoop Dogg; with In The City (MC 900 Ft. Jesus) teases
[6] part III only; ended with Q*Bert and It's About That Time (Miles Davis) jams
[7] with Gimme Some Lovin' (Spencer Davis Group) jam
[8] incomplete; with Unskinny Bop (Poison) tease
[9] with Unskinny Bop (Poison) teases
[10] with two 2nd Self false starts
Support: PKE Meter and Flowmotion

06.28.2003 The Aladdin Theater, Portland, OR, USA

Set 1: Intro > Divisions > Glory > Divisions, 40's Theme, Water > The Triple Wide, Utopian Fir[1], I Am the Walrus

Set 2: Get In The Van, 2x2, Ringo, Push the Pig[2] > Out Of Order, Bubbles > Walletsworth, All In Time

Encore: Last Man Swerving


[1] with It's About That Time (Miles Davis) jam
[2] with first verse of Weed Rap

06.30.2003 The Six Rivers Brewery, Eureka, CA, USA

Set 1: Visions > Example 1 > Good Ol' Boys, The Haunt, Kat's Tune, Sweetness > Professor Wormbog > Phil's Farm[1] > Groove Holmes > Phil's Farm

Set 2: Wife Soup, #5, Hangover, Thin Air > Maple Leaf Rag[2] > Thin Air, Trenchtown Rock, In Violation of Yes, Uncle Wally[3], White Man's Moccasins, In The Kitchen

Encore: Chitlins Con Carne[4]


[1] with Much Obliged jam
[2] Joel jumped off stage and ran to the back of the room where there was a baby grand piano with a mic, played the Rag, then ran back on and finished Thin Air
[3] dedicated to Bamster, who found out at setbreak he was going to be an uncle
[4] Jake brought Kris's small snare to the front of the stage and played it for half the song

Notes:
#5 was dedicated to Cory Current for his 200th show.
last Groove Holmes 07.20.2001 (296 shows)

07.02.2003 River Ranch, Tahoe City, CA, USA

Set 1: 13 Days, Soul Food I[1] > The Crooked One, Fool in the Rain > The Fussy Dutchman -> Fool in the Rain, Smell the Mitten, August > Wife Soup

Set 2: Resolution[2], Dump City[3], Walking On The Moon > Drums -> Anchor Drops, Uncommon[4], #5, Roulette, Space Funk Booty

Encore: Miss Tinkle's Overture > Mulche's Odyssey

Soundcheck: Bad Poker, Chitlins Con Carne, Hey Nineteen


[1] with Fox Sports theme (Scott Schreer) tease
[2] with Black and Blue (Van Halen) jam, Shhh / Peaceful (Miles Davis) jam, and Dump City teases
[3] with drums introduction
[4] with Eye of the Beholder (Metallica) tease

07.03.2003 "High Sierra Music Festival" Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds, Quincy, CA, USA

One Set: Hurt Bird Bath > Peter Gunn / Every Breath You Take > Walletsworth, JaJunk > Push the Pig, Water > Glory > Water, Tribute to the Spinal Shaft[1] > In The Kitchen, Syncopated Strangers[2]


[1] with Runnin' With the Devil (Van Halen) tease
[2] unfinished; power shut off due to curfew

Notes:
Big Meadow Stage

07.04.2003 "High Sierra Music Festival" Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds, Quincy, CA, USA

One Set: Get In The Van, Syncopated Strangers[1], Nothing Too Fancy[2] > Wife Soup, Prowler > 2x2[3], Utopian Fir[4] > The Fuzz, Señor Mouse, The Triple Wide, 40's Theme

Encore: Ringo

2nd Encore: Waiting Room


[1] last verse only, completed the 07.03.2003 set closer
[2] with Utopian Fir teases
[3] with Feels So Good (Chuck Mangione) teases
[4] with Top Gun Theme (Harold Faltermeyer) tease and It's About That Time (Miles Davis) jam

Notes:
Tulsa E. Scott Building
Support: The Fareed Haque Group and Hobex

07.06.2003 "High Sierra Music Festival" Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds, Quincy, CA, USA

One Set: Pay the Snucka[1], The Song Remains the Same, Uncle Wally, Miss Tinkle's Overture > Mulche's Odyssey > Roulette, Blue Echo[2] > We're Going to War, Anchor Drops > Smell the Mitten, All In Time


[1] part III only
[2] Rock and Roll Ain't Noise Pollution (AC/DC)

Notes:
Grandstand Stage

07.08.2003 House of Glass, Dunsmuir, CA, USA

Set 1: Der Bluten Kat[1] > Dump City, Divisions, Wife Soup

Set 2: Intro > Roulette, Birthday[2] > 13 Days[3], Birthday[4] > Resolution > Red Baron > Big Heart, Birthday[4], In The Kitchen

Encore: In Violation of Yes

2nd Encore: drum solo[5]


[1] with Pay the Snucka (part I) and Dazed and Confused (Led Zeppelin) jams
[2] jam only; for Adam
[3] with Out of Order tease
[4] jam only
[5] just Kris

Notes:
last Birthday 05.03.2001 (342 shows)

07.09.2003 Studio Z, San Francisco, CA, USA

Set 1: Sociable Jimmy, Prowler > 2nd Self, Push the Pig > In the Hall of the Mountain King, Professor Wormbog > Hajimemashite > Syncopated Strangers > Nothing Too Fancy

Set 2: JaJunk > White Man's Moccasins > #5, Wife Soup, All Things Ninja, Miss Gradenko, Padgett's Profile > Out Of Order > Padgett's Profile, Hurt Bird Bath

Encore: The Triple Wide > Glory > Cherub Rock

Soundcheck: 2nd Self, Mullet (Over), Cherub Rock, All Things Ninja

Notes:
Supporting The Slip

07.11.2003 House of Blues - Sunset Strip, West Hollywood, CA, USA

Set 1: Example 1 > Wife Soup, Tribute to the Spinal Shaft > In The Kitchen, Get In The Van > Walletsworth, Pay the Snucka[1]

Set 2: 40's Theme, Visions > 2x2, Kabump > Ringo, All Things Ninja, Uncommon > Miss Tinkle's Overture > Mulche's Odyssey

Encore: The Girl Is Mine > Jane Says > The Girl Is Mine


[1] part III only

Notes:
Scott Mackinnon was on projections for some of the show.
Support: OM Trio

07.12.2003 Belly Up Tavern, Solana Beach, CA, USA

Set 1: The Fussy Dutchman, Divisions > Utopian Fir[1] > Power of Soul -> Soul Food I -> Uncle Wally

Set 2: All In Time > Smell the Mitten, Water > The Triple Wide[2] -> Andy's Last Beer, Hey Nineteen

Encore: Wife Soup


[1] with Imperial March (from Star Wars) (John Williams) and The Rain Song (Led Zeppelin) teases
[2] ended with Ilya Stemkovsky on percussion and Alfred Howard rapping
Support: OM Trio

07.14.2003 Bash on Ash, Tempe, AZ, USA

Set 1: Intro[1] > JaJunk > 2nd Self, FF[2] > Raymond[3] > Walking On The Moon -> Syncopated Strangers[4], Last Man Swerving

Set 2: Wife Soup > Resolution -> Back In Black[5] > Thunderstruck[5] > The Crooked One, #5, The Stranger, In Violation of Yes, The Fuzz

Encore: Ain't No Fun (If the Homies Can't Have None)[6]


[1] with #5 and Much Obliged teases
[2] with Out of Order tease
[3] with Jake on percussion
[4] with Close Encounters of the Third Kind (John Williams) tease
[5] Kris on vocals, first verse
[6] with Adam and Andy on vocals

07.15.2003 Mogollon Brewing Company, Flagstaff, AZ, USA

Set 1: Blue Echo[1] > Push the Pig > August[2] > Padgett's Profile > Phil's Farm[3], 50 Ways to Leave Your Lover

Set 2: Hurt Bird Bath[4] > Space Funk Booty, The Haunt > Out Of Order, Sweetness[5] > White Man's Moccasins > Walletsworth

Encore: Hangover, Señor Mouse

2nd Encore: Pay the Snucka[6]


[1] with JaJunk and The Fussy Dutchman teases
[2] unfinished
[3] with Rapper's Delight (The Sugarhill Gang) jam
[4] with Cantina Band (from Star Wars) (John Williams) jam
[5] with recording of In the White Giant's Thigh (Dylan Thomas) was played in intro
[6] part III only

07.17.2003 Double Diamond, Aspen, CO, USA

One Set: Dump City -> Uncommon, Kabump -> Ringo[1], Smell the Mitten, Sociable Jimmy, Sociable Jimmy[2], Sociable Jimmy[3], Mulche's Odyssey[4] > Drums[5] > Jam[5] > Orfeo[6], Down Under, All Things Ninja[7], Jam[8] -> Willie the Pimp -> Thin Air

Encore: Hysteria[9], 13 Days


[1] with Let Me Blow Ya Mind (Eve) tease
[2] end only, played in a latin style; with November Rain (Guns N' Roses) teases by Brendan
[3] end only, played with the ending to November Rain
[4] with November Rain tease
[5] just Kris and Andy on drums, then Jake solo on guitar and moog, and then Jake on drums with the rest of the band
[6] with Miss Tinkle's Overture jam
[7] with Lenny (Stevie Ray Vaughan) tease
[8] with Billie Jean (Michael Jackson) tease
[9] first time played in full, Def Leppard
Support: Cali Ma

07.18.2003 The Mishawaka Amphitheatre, Bellvue, CO, USA

Set 1: Roulette, Miss Tinkle's Overture[1] > #5, Wife Soup, Soul Food I > Uncle Wally, Prowler > All In Time

Set 2: Nothing Too Fancy[2] -> War[3] -> Nothing Too Fancy[4], Black Water, Hurt Bird Bath[5] > Glory[5] > Hurt Bird Bath[5] > The Triple Wide > Andy's Last Beer, Señor Mouse

Encore: Water > Pay the Snucka[6]


[1] with Norwegian Wood (The Beatles) jam
[2] with Jamie Masefield on mandolin
[3] debut, Bob Marley; first verse only; with Jamie Masefield on mandolin
[4] with Demolition Man (The Police) teases; Jamie Masefield on mandolin
[5] with Michael "Mad Dog" Mavridoglou on trumpet
[6] part III only
Support: Jazz Mandolin Project

07.19.2003 The Fox Theatre, Boulder, CO, USA

Set 1: Der Bluten Kat, Visions > In The Kitchen, The Crooked One > The Fuzz[1] > Get In The Van, In the Flesh > Resolution > 13 Days

Set 2: JaJunk[2] > Wife Soup, We're Going to War[3], Push the Pig, Syncopated Strangers, Hangover

Encore: 40's Theme[4]


[1] with Kashmir (Led Zeppelin) teases
[2] with Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Pink Floyd) tease
[3] with Jeff Austin on mandolin
[4] with Bill McKay on keyboards with Joel
Support: Signal Path

07.25.2003 Farmapalooza, Mondovi, WI, USA

Set 1: Intro > Phil's Farm, Hurt Bird Bath > Blue Echo[1] > Uncommon > White Man's Moccasins, Roulette

Set 2: Professor Wormbog > All In Time, Wife Soup, Prowler > Syncopated Strangers, Space Funk Booty > Last Man Swerving[2]

Encore: Waiting Room


[1] with For Those About to Rock (We Salute You) (AC/DC) tease
[2] with Brian Felix on keys

Notes:
Keller Williams, The New Deal, and Addison Groove Project also played at this festival.

07.26.2003 Spirit of Chicago boat cruise, Chicago, IL, USA

One Set: Nothing Too Fancy[1] > Push the Pig, Black Water[2], Dump City, FF > Nothing Too Fancy, Anchor Drops, Soul Food I > OM Trio Jam[3] > 40's Theme, Hangover, Kabump, Wife Soup > Glory > Andy's Last Beer

Encore: Uncle Wally[4]


[1] with Utopian Fir ending
[2] with The End (The Doors) and White Summer/Black Mountain Side (Led Zeppelin) teases
[3] OM Trio came out and replaced Umphrey's on deck for a while; the bands switched back and Umphrey's proceded with 40's Theme
[4] with Come Sail Away (Styx) and (Don't Fear) The Reaper (Blue Öyster Cult) teases

07.27.2003 Skyline Stage - Navy Pier, Chicago, IL, USA

Set 1: Syncopated Strangers[1], #5, Uncommon > Get In The Van, Walking On The Moon[2] > Drums[2], Wife Soup[3] > Walletsworth > Smell the Mitten

Set 2: 2x2[4], Resolution -> Who Knows -> The Crooked One, Duck Butter[5], Pay the Snucka[6], 13 Days > White Man's Moccasins > The Triple Wide[7] > In The Kitchen, JaJunk

Encore: Home Sweet Home > Miss Tinkle's Overture > Mulche's Odyssey

Soundcheck: Good Ol' Boys, JaJunk, Miss Tinkle's Overture (x2), Mulche's Odyssey, #5, Patience, Hells Bells, Slacker


[1] with Get In the Van tease
[2] with Kalyan Pathak on tablas
[3] with Nothing Too Fancy tease
[4] with Feels So Good (Chuck Mangione) tease
[5] debut, original; with Kalyan Pathak on tablas
[6] part III only; with Kalyan Pathak on tablas
[7] with Stairway to Heaven (Led Zeppelin) tease

Notes:
with Slacker tease before 2x2

08.16.2003 Durty Nellie's, Palatine, IL, USA

Set 1: Front Porch > Resolution > Front Porch[1] > Rollin' Stone[2] > Front Porch

Set 2: 40's Theme, 13 Days, Hurt Bird Bath[3] -> 2nd Self, "Jimmy Stewart"[4] > Push the Pig, Machine Gun[5] > Wife Soup, Trenchtown Rock[6]

Encore: Uncommon, The Song Remains the Same

Soundcheck: Front Porch, FF, Machine Gun, Front Porch. Front Porch was played numerous times.


[1] "Jimmy Stewart" with lyrics; with Miss Tinkle's Overture teases
[2] debut, Muddy Waters
[3] with Dear Lord jam
[4] with Jeff Grossberg on harmonica
[5] with Jake on keys with Joel
[6] with Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Pink Floyd) tease in intro

08.22.2003 Bell's Brewery, Kalamazoo, MI, USA

Set 1: Intro > Walletsworth, Kabump[1] > Thin Air, In The Kitchen, Nothing Too Fancy[2]

Set 2: Roulette[3], The Triple Wide > Mulche's Odyssey, Visions > Sociable Jimmy[4] > Soul Food I > Soul Food II > Syncopated Strangers, #5, The Fuzz

Encore: All In Time[5]


[1] "Jimmy Stewart" with lyrics
[2] with Every Breath You Take (The Police) and Push the Pig teases
[3] with Q*Bert and Slacker teases
[4] with Pay the Snucka tease
[5] with Q*Bert teases

08.23.2003 Mishawaka Brewing Company, Mishawaka, IN, USA

Set 1: JaJunk[1] > We're Going to War > Push the Pig, Tribute to the Spinal Shaft > Hajimemashite > Hurt Bird Bath, Uncle Wally, YYZ

Set 2: Wife Soup > Miss Tinkle's Overture > 13 Days, Good Ol' Boys, Blue Echo > Mullet (Over), Example 1 > Red Baron, 40's Theme, Smell the Mitten, Hangover[2] > Ringo

Encore: FF > Glory[3]


[1] with Milestones (Miles Davis) jam
[2] with So Many People In the Neighborhood (Ween) and Lose Yourself (Eminem) teases
[3] with Simple Gifts (Joseph Brackett Jr.) tease

08.30.2003 "moe.down 4" Snow Ridge Ski Resort, Turin, NY, USA

One Set: Miss Tinkle's Overture > Roulette, Hurt Bird Bath > Blue Echo > Wife Soup, Walletsworth, All In Time, Push the Pig, JaJunk > Mulche's Odyssey

Notes:
Other acts included Rusted Root, The Flaming Lips, and Yonder Mountain String Band.

08.31.2003 The Green Room at The Sawmill, Seaside Park, NJ, USA

Set 1: In The Kitchen > Front Porch, Anchor Drops, The Fussy Dutchman, Syncopated Strangers, Andy's Last Beer, 50 Ways to Leave Your Lover

Set 2: Nothing Too Fancy > #5 > August[1] > Nothing Too Fancy, 2x2, Professor Wormbog

Encore: 40's Theme[2]


[1] with old August jam
[2] with The Rain Song (Led Zeppelin) tease

09.03.2003 The Buskirk-Chumley Theater, Bloomington, IN, USA

Set 1: Intro, I Am the Walrus > Uncle Wally, Wife Soup, Walletsworth > Willie the Pimp > Dear Lord > White Man's Moccasins, Water

Set 2: Pay the Snucka[1], Ringo > Phil's Farm > Bubbles > Ringo, Sociable Jimmy > Sweetness > Ringo > Hangover, Get In The Van[2], Last Man Swerving[3]

Encore: Resolution[4]


[1] part III only
[2] with Silent Lucidity (Queensryche) tease; one verse
[3] with Jake and Brendan on Joel's keys
[4] with Soul Food II tease at beginning, and Hysteria (Def Leppard), Mulche's Odyssey, and One (Metallica) teases later

09.04.2003 The Buskirk-Chumley Theater, Bloomington, IN, USA

Set 1: Andy's Last Beer, Kabump > Hysteria, The Crooked One, 13 Days, Divisions > Padgett's Profile > Divisions

Set 2: Pay the Snucka[1] > Der Bluten Kat[2], The Triple Wide, Push the Pig, Africa, Soul Food I -> Dump City, Mullet (Over)[3]

Encore: 2nd Self


[1] part I only
[2] "Jimmy Stewart" with lyrics
[3] with false start by Joel

Notes:
"Jimmy Stewart" with lyrics contains early aspects of Ocean Billy

09.06.2003 Guinness Oyster Festival, Chicago, IL, USA

One Set: 2x2, Syncopated Strangers, Nothing Too Fancy > Fool in the Rain > Nothing Too Fancy, The Haunt > Wife Soup, Utopian Fir > Anchor Drops > Utopian Fir, Example 1 > In The Kitchen, Thin Air, The Fuzz, Hurt Bird Bath

09.10.2003 Oasis One-Sixty, Chicago Heights, IL, USA

Set 1: Roulette > Space Funk Booty, FF > 40's Theme, Hajimemashite > Cocaine[1], White Man's Moccasins, Miss Gradenko

Set 2: Ringo, Kimble, Baby You're A Rich Man > August > Raymond, All Things Ninja, All In Time[2]

Encore: Slacker[3]


[1] debut, J.J.Cale; first verse only,
[2] with Woody Woodpecker theme (George Tibbles and Ramey Idriss), One (Metallica), and Are You Gonna Go My Way (Lenny Kravitz) teases
[3] with La Di Da Di (Slick Rick) verse

09.11.2003 The Canopy Club, Urbana, IL, USA

Set 1: Trenchtown Rock, Soul Food I[1] > Divisions -> Sociable Jimmy > Divisions, "Jimmy Stewart" > Prowler > Uncle Wally, Tribute to the Spinal Shaft > Walletsworth

Set 2: Front Porch[2] > Orfeo[3], Professor Wormbog[4], Last Man Swerving > Syncopated Strangers > Hangover, The Haunt[5] > The Fussy Dutchman[6], Wife Soup[7]

Encore: Ten Years Gone[8] > In the Flesh


[1] with Much Obliged jam
[2] with Jake popping balloons that he gathered on stage to the beat; before the song, the band joined in as One (Metallica) is played over the P.A.
[3] Joel solo; with a John F. Kennedy speech played over the P.A. as Orfeo began
[4] with Jake and Brendan on the keys
[5] with Toccata & Fuge in D Minor, BWV 565 (Bach) intro
[6] with It's About That Time (Miles Davis) tease
[7] with Fly By Night (Rush) tease
[8] debut, Led Zeppelin; one verse, with Jake on guitar and Brendan singing

Notes:
Are You Gonna Go My Way (Lenny Kravitz) was teased after Hangover.

09.12.2003 The Canopy Club, Urbana, IL, USA

Set 1: Uncommon > Glory > Smell the Mitten, 13 Days > Padgett's Profile[1] > Water > Padgett's Profile, Push the Pig, Ring of Fire[2] > Bron-Yr-Aur > Moby Dick[3]

Set 2: It's About That Time, Resolution[4] > Hurt Bird Bath > Sweetness -> Phil's Farm, The Triple Wide > Pay the Snucka

Encore: Start Me Up[5] > Der Bluten Kat[6]


[1] with a cappella Three's Company theme (Joe Raposo) for John Ritter, who passed away the night before
[2] debut, Johnny Cash; in memory of Mr. Cash, who also passed away the night before
[3] with The Ocean (Led Zeppelin) teases; Kris played the beginning of his solo without drum sticks
[4] with Fletch theme (Harold Faltermeyer) tease
[5] debut, The Rolling Stones; one verse
[6] with Unskinny Bop (Poison) quotes and Stairway to Heaven (Led Zeppelin) teases; also with "duel off" between Joel and Ryan which Joel won

Notes:
Daddy Sang Bass (Johnny Cash) was played over the P.A. during the encore break.
Wesley Willis tease before Start Me Up.
last Bron-Yr-Aur 02.08.2002 (255 shows)

09.13.2003 The Barrymore Theatre, Madison, WI, USA

Set 1: In The Kitchen > Get In The Van, Thin Air, Dump City[1], 2x2, JaJunk[2] > Andy's Last Beer

Set 2: Paradise City[3] > Slacker[4] > Miss Tinkle's Overture[5] > Mulche's Odyssey, #5 > 2nd Self, The Crooked One -> Out Of Order -> Visions[6] > Mullet (Over)

Encore: Pearl Necklace[7] > Rhiannon[8] > 40's Theme


[1] with Refugee (Tom Petty) tease
[2] with Thunderstruck (AC/DC) teases
[3] debut, Guns N' Roses; two verses and chorus
[4] unfinished
[5] with Super Mario Bros. theme, Nachos for Two, and (Don't Fear) The Reaper (Blue Öyster Cult) teases
[6] the lights went out for about three minutes
[7] debut, ZZ Top; one verse and chorus; with Wesley Willis quote by Brendan
[8] debut, Fleetwood Mac; one verse and chorus

09.16.2003 Metro, Chicago, IL, USA

One Set: Syncopated Strangers > Glory > Syncopated Strangers, Example 1 > Walking On The Moon > Uncle Wally, Uncommon > Push the Pig, Resolution[1]


[1] with Power of Soul (Jimi Hendrix) tease and In the Hall of the Mountain King (Edvard Grieg) ending

Notes:
The Katie McCloskey Memorial Scholarship Fund Benefit Concert; also playing: Pat Dinizio (The Smithereens), Alice Peacock, and Enuff Z'Nuff

09.17.2003 The Temple Club, Lansing, MI, USA

Set 1: FF[1] > Wife Soup, Blue Echo[2] -> Ringo[3], White Man's Moccasins, Water -> Kimble, Africa

Set 2: Hangover, Tribute to the Spinal Shaft -> Prowler > Sociable Jimmy[4], Kabump > Take It to Church, 2x2[5], Kat's Tune > JaJunk

Encore: Power of Soul


[1] with The Fussy Dutchman tease
[2] with Rock and Roll Ain't Noise Pollution (AC/DC) tease
[3] with Wabash (John Scofield) jam
[4] with Baker Street (Gerry Rafferty) teases
[5] with Feels So Good (Chuck Mangione) tease

09.18.2003 The Magic Bag, Ferndale, MI, USA

Set 1: Intro > Roulette, Divisions > Get In The Van > Divisions, 13 Days, In Violation of Yes, Last Man Swerving

Set 2: Dr. Feelgood > Anchor Drops, Mullet (Over), Walletsworth, August[1] > Phil's Farm > Professor Wormbog, Lenny > Hurt Bird Bath[2]

Encore: Pay the Snucka[3]


[1] with In the Light (Led Zeppelin) intro
[2] with Paradise City (Guns N' Roses) teases
[3] with Stairway to Heaven (Led Zeppelin), Lose Yourself (Eminem), and Let Me Blow Ya Mind (Eve) teases

09.19.2003 "Harvest and Harmonies 2003" Niles Riverfront Amphitheater, Niles, MI, USA

Set 1: Push the Pig, Dump City, The Haunt, Baby You're A Rich Man > Wife Soup, Slacker, #5 > All In Time

Set 2: The Song Remains the Same[1], Bob, Nothing Too Fancy[2]


[1] with (Don't Fear) The Reaper (Blue Öyster Cult) false start
[2] unfinished

Notes:
The show was stopped by Lt. Fulton Moore of the Niles Police Department, stating that the show was disturbing the peace, that the Niles Police had received numerous complaints, and if the show was not shut down, arrests would be made. No attempt was made on the part of Lt. Moore to discuss the legal decibel level allowed by Niles law, although the Umphrey's McGee sound crew had a decibel reader and kept the P.A. at a legal level.
last Bob 05.31.2001 (360 shows)

09.23.2003 People's, Ames, IA, USA

Set 1: Q*Bert -> Andy's Last Beer, Chitlins Con Carne, 13 Days > Syncopated Strangers, Prowler > August > Waiting Room

Set 2: Der Bluten Kat > Visions > Der Bluten Kat > Pay the Snucka > Der Bluten Kat, We're Going to War, 2nd Self, Utopian Fir > The Fuzz > Winston Built the Bridge[1]

Encore: A Fifth of Beethoven


[1] debut, Bump

09.24.2003 The Union Bar, Iowa City, IA, USA

Set 1: Intro > Nothing Too Fancy > Wife Soup > Space Funk Booty > Phil's Farm, Uncle Wally[1], When the World Is Running Down You Make the Best of What's Still Around[2] > The Fussy Dutchman

Set 2: Smell the Mitten > Divisions > Glory > Divisions -> #5 -> Divisions, Ringo[3], AC/DC Medley[4], Slacker > JaJunk[5] > Winston Built the Bridge

Encore: Hurt Bird Bath[6]


[1] with Norwegian Wood (The Beatles) tease
[2] with Another Brick In the Wall (Pink Floyd) tease
[3] with In My Time of Dying (Led Zeppelin) tease
[4] including Rock and Roll Ain't Noise Pollution, Thunderstruck, Back In Black, Hells Bells
[5] with 10th Grade and Uncle Wally teases
[6] with Regulate (Warren G) intro

09.25.2003 Mississippi Nights, St. Louis, MO, USA

Set 1: The Crooked One, Walletsworth, Señor Mouse, Blue Echo > In the Hall of the Mountain King, Hajimemashite > Mullet (Over), Miss Tinkle's Overture > Mulche's Odyssey

Set 2: (Don't Fear) The Reaper, Push the Pig > Kimble, In The Kitchen[1] > Never Cease[2] > Out Of Order > Padgett's Profile, Water > Nothing Too Fancy[3] > Winston Built the Bridge

Encore: Fool in the Rain


[1] with the ending of Poor Places (Wilco) tease
[2] debut, original
[3] ending only
Support: Dan Darah

09.26.2003 The Granada Theater, Lawrence, KS, USA

Set 1: All In Time, Anchor Drops, Roulette, Kat's Tune > Example 1 > Big Heart, Kabump[1] > Cherub Rock > Last Man Swerving

Set 2: The Triple Wide[2] > 2x2 > Resolution > White Man's Moccasins, Sociable Jimmy, 50 Ways to Leave Your Lover, 40's Theme > Winston Built the Bridge

Encore: The Stranger, Uncommon


[1] with Professor Wormbog teases
[2] with Heart and Soul (Huey Lews and the News) tease
Support: Bockman's Euphio

09.27.2003 "Great Unknown Festival" Hog Ridge Hollow Amphitheater, Fayetteville, AR, USA

Set 1: Dump City, 13 Days, Walletsworth > I Am the Walrus, #5, The Fuzz > Hurt Bird Bath > Wife Soup, Señor Mouse

Set 2: Pay the Snucka, JaJunk, Prowler > Utopian Fir > Ringo[1]

Encore: Hangover


[1] with Garaj Mahal

Notes:
Also playing: Jeff Sipe's Apartment Project, Garaj Mahal, Big Smith, Speakeasy, Eckobase, Bockman's Euphio, The Station

10.01.2003 The Dame, Lexington, KY, USA

Set 1: Intro > Andy's Last Beer, In The Kitchen > Phil's Farm, Walletsworth, Mullet (Over)

Set 2: Tomorrow Never Knows, Professor Wormbog, Never Cease, All Things Ninja[1], Thin Air > FF > Lenny, JaJunk[1]

Encore: Push the Pig[2]


[1] with Kat's Tune tease
[2] with Dee (Randy Rhoads) and Crazy Train (Ozzy Osbourne) teases

10.02.2003 12th & Porter, Nashville, TN, USA

Set 1: Hurt Bird Bath > Uncle Wally[1] > Sweetness > Sociable Jimmy, Africa, In Violation of Yes[2]

Set 2: 2nd Self, Kabump[3] > Hajimemashite[4] > Smell the Mitten[5] > Anchor Drops > Kimble, Wife Soup > We're Going to War > Ringo

Encore: Syncopated Strangers[6]


[1] with Professor Wormbog, Much Obliged, All Things Ninja, Nachos for Two, and JaJunk teases
[2] with slow Crazy Train (Ozzy Osbourne) ending
[3] with drum solo and Jake on blowdryer
[4] with "Zsa Zsa Gabor, Fifi" lyrics
[5] with The Woody Woodpecker theme (George Tibbles and Ramey Idriss) and Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring (Bach) teases
[6] with extended Free Bird (Lynyrd Skynyrd) intro

Notes:
Birthday (The Beatles) was teased by Joel after 2nd Self. The Woody Woodpecker theme (George Tibbles and Ramey Idriss) was teased after Kimble.
Support: OM Trio

10.03.2003 Zydeco, Birmingham, AL, USA

Set 1: Dump City > Resolution, Good Ol' Boys, Der Bluten Kat[1] > Front Porch > Der Bluten Kat

Set 2: Intro[2] > All In Time, The Girl Is Mine > Jane Says > The Girl Is Mine[3] > Prowler > Uncommon, The Fussy Dutchman, The Crooked One, Last Man Swerving, YYZ

Encore: Pay the Snucka[4]


[1] with Lose Yourself (Eminem) tease
[2] with Ocean Billy jam
[3] with Norwegian Wood (The Beatles) jam mashed with National Anthem (Radiohead) bassline
[4] with Stairway to Heaven (Led Zeppelin) teases in the intro; the band took the stage one at a time

10.04.2003 Georgia Theatre, Athens, GA, USA

Set 1: JaJunk > Push the Pig, The Triple Wide > The Fuzz, Get In The Van, Trenchtown Rock, 2x2

Set 2: Nothing Too Fancy > Wife Soup, Hey Nineteen > Miss Tinkle's Overture > Mulche's Odyssey > Glory > August[1] > Nothing Too Fancy, 40's Theme[2]

Encore: When the World Is Running Down You Make the Best of What's Still Around[3] > Hangover


[1] with Hot for Teacher (Van Halen) tease
[2] with Jump (Van Halen) tease
[3] with In the Flesh (Pink Floyd)tease
Support: OM Trio

10.08.2003 Otto's, DeKalb, IL, USA

Set 1: The Fussy Dutchman[1], Walletsworth, Utopian Fir > Willie the Pimp > Utopian Fir > Example 1[2] > Tribute to the Spinal Shaft -> Slacker

Set 2: Professor Wormbog > Hurt Bird Bath, Thin Air > War Pigs > All Things Ninja[3], Never Cease

Encore: Resolution[4] > Waiting Room


[1] with Arnold Schwarzenegger banter
[2] with Uninvited (Alanis Morissette) teases by Joel
[3] with Jake on hair dryer; with Arnold Schwarzenegger banter
[4] with Jake on a bent circuit

10.09.2003 Kennedy Union Pub, University of Dayton, Dayton, OH, USA

Set 1: Nothing Too Fancy > Wife Soup, Miss Gradenko > Space Funk Booty[1] > 13 Days[2] > Hangover[3]

Set 2: Soul Food I > The Song Remains the Same, Mullet (Over), August > White Man's Moccasins, Pay the Snucka, Front Porch > Kashmir[4] > Front Porch

Encore: Down Under


[1] with Jake on a bent circuit
[2] with Slacker tease
[3] with Fletch theme (Harold Faltermeyer) jam and Q*bert tease
[4] debut, Led Zeppelin

10.10.2003 The Mad Frog, Cincinnati, OH, USA

Set 1: Prowler > Syncopated Strangers, Blue Echo > Miss Tinkle's Overture > Mulche's Odyssey, Kat's Tune, Uncle Wally, Señor Mouse

Set 2: Hajimemashite > Visions > Glory > In the Flesh[1] > Another Brick in the Wall[2] > Anchor Drops, Push the Pig[3], Wife Soup, Kimble, Winston Built the Bridge

Encore: Roulette


[1] started with Another Brick in the Wall Part I (Pink Floyd) tease
[2] part I
[3] with Ring Around the Rosie teases and Bright Size Life (Pat Metheny) jam; with Nick Blasky on bass, Brad Myers on guitar, and possibly Eli Hludzik on drums and percussion

10.15.2003 Witz End, Stevens Point, WI, USA

Set 1: Der Bluten Kat[1] > Phil's Farm > Der Bluten Kat > Kimble > Der Bluten Kat, The Fuzz, 50 Ways to Leave Your Lover

Set 2: Dump City > All In Time[2], Push the Pig, Kabump > Q*Bert, 2x2, Get In The Van

Encore: Power of Soul[3]


[1] "Jimmy Stewart" with lyrics
[2] with a shout-out to Steve Bartman
[3] with Panama (Van Halen) tease

Notes:
The Wind Cries Mary (Jimi Hendrix) was teased after Power of Soul.

10.16.2003 The Cabooze, Minneapolis, MN, USA

Set 1: Intro > JaJunk > In The Kitchen > JaJunk[1] > White Man's Moccasins > JaJunk[2], "Jimmy Stewart" > FF > In the Hall of the Mountain King, Slacker

Set 2: 2nd Self > Glory -> Andy's Last Beer, I Am the Walrus > August > 40's Theme, Uncommon, All Things Ninja

Encore: Make Me, Hangover[3]


[1] with Are You Gonna Go My Way (Lenny Kravitz) teases
[2] with Billie Jean (Michael Jackson) and If You Could See Me Now (Carnival Cruise song) teases
[3] with Super Mario Bros. theme tease

10.17.2003 Studio Hall, University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh, WI, USA

Set 1: Intro, #5 > Wife Soup > Out Of Order, Resolution > Walletsworth > Nothing Too Fancy[1] > Walking On The Moon > Drums[2]

Set 2: Ringo[3], The Crooked One, We're Going to War > Thin Air, Mullet (Over), Pay the Snucka[4] > Mulche's Odyssey, Kat's Tune > Hurt Bird Bath[5] -> Baby You're A Rich Man > Hurt Bird Bath

Encore: The Triple Wide > Cherub Rock


[1] started with Jake quoting Farmer in the Dell and London Bridge is Falling Down on a Playskool toy; unfinished
[2] with Jake on timbales
[3] with My Name Is Mud (Primus), Paradise City (Guns N' Roses), Milestones (Miles Davis), and Muff II: The Revenge teases
[4] parts I and II
[5] with Bob and Smoke On the Water (Deep Purple) teases

Notes:
Proceeds benefited the University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh Foundation/Earth Initiative.

10.19.2003 Ryan Auditorium, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL, USA

Set 1: Smell the Mitten > The Haunt[1] > The Stranger[2] > Roulette, Example 1 > Raymond > Drums > Anchor Drops, Syncopated Strangers

Set 2: Divisions[3] > Padgett's Profile -> Uncle Wally > Padgett's Profile > Blue Echo > Last Man Swerving[4], She Came In Through The Bathroom Window[5] > 13 Days > Miss Tinkle's Overture, Andy's Last Beer

Encore: Soul Food I > Sociable Jimmy


[1] ended with Roulette jam
[2] unfinished
[3] with Hajimemashite tease
[4] with Brendan on keys
[5] with You Never Give Me Your Money (The Beatles) ending

Notes:
Proceeds benefited the Baco Boy Fund.

10.22.2003 Clearwater Theater, West Dundee, IL, USA

Set 1: A Go Go, 40's Theme > Front Porch[1] > Water > Front Porch, 13 Days > Visions[2] > 40's Theme, Dump City

Set 2: Push the Pig > The Fussy Dutchman > Sweetness > Walletsworth > JaJunk[3], FF > Africa, Utopian Fir[4] > Space Funk Booty > Utopian Fir[5]

Encore: Bron-Yr-Aur[6], Mullet (Over) > Phil's Farm[7]


[1] with White Man's Moccasins tease
[2] with Much Obliged tease
[3] with My Soul (Clifton Chenier) tease
[4] with Top Gun theme tease
[5] with Miss Tinkle's Overture tease
[6] just Jake and Brendan
[7] with Seven Nation Army (The White Stripes) tease

Reviews: 1 review(s)

10.23.2003 Loeb Playhouse, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, USA

Set 1: Get In The Van > Hajimemashite > Kimble, Mulche's Odyssey > In Violation of Yes[1], Equal Rights, Syncopated Strangers[2], Smell the Mitten

Set 2: Prowler > Wife Soup, Last Train Home[3] > Der Bluten Kat > Resolution > piano solo[4], Der Bluten Kat[5], Hurt Bird Bath

Encore: Pay the Snucka


[1] with Jaco on fretless bass; with Stairway to Heaven (Led Zeppelin) teases
[2] with Dr. Feelgood (Mötley Crüe) jam
[3] debut, Pat Metheny; with Brendan on acoustic
[4] Joel solo; with Root Beer Rag (Billy Joel) jam
[5] with In My Time of Dying (Led Zeppelin) tease; with Jake on hairdryer

Notes:
last Equal Rights 12.12.2001 (293 shows)

10.24.2003 The Newport Music Hall, Columbus, OH, USA

Set 1: Intro > Out Of Order, The Fuzz > So What[1] > In The Kitchen, Kabump > 2x2 > Flying > Thin Air > The Triple Wide[2]

Set 2: Ringo > Divisions[3] > Miss Tinkle's Overture[4] > Ringo[5], The Crooked One[6] > Black Water, #5 > Glory > Slacker

Encore: Roulette


[1] debut, Miles Davis
[2] with Another One Bites the Dust (Queen) teases
[3] with Hajimemashite teases
[4] with Iron Man (Black Sabbath) jam
[5] with My Name is Mud (Primus) teases
[6] with vocals from Andy in jam

10.31.2003 The Egyptian Room, The Murat Centre, Indianapolis, IN, USA

Set 1: Tocatta and Fugue in D Minor[1], Soul Food I > Ocean Billy[2], Prowler > The Haunt > Get In The Van, In The Kitchen, Utopian Fir[3] > Hurt Bird Bath, Heart and Soul[4]

Set 2: ...And Justice for All[5], Mail Package[2], Mullet (Over), JaJunk[6] > It's About That Time > JaJunk, White Wedding[7], Professor Wormbog > All In Time[8], Pay the Snucka[1]

Encore: Halloween theme[9], Much Obliged > Nothing Too Fancy[10]


[1] Joel on keytar
[2] debut, original
[3] with Top Gun theme intro as well as a Ministry jam
[4] debut, Huey Lewis and the News; Joel on keytar
[5] debut, Metallica; with Let's Go Crazy (Prince) intro
[6] with White Wedding (Billy Idol) and No Quarter (Led Zeppelin) teases
[7] debut, Billy Idol; with Vince on vocals dressed as Billy Idol; with Rebel Yell (Billy Idol) ending
[8] with Are You Gonna Go My Way (Lenny Kravitz) teases
[9] debut, John Carpenter; Joel only
[10] with Merrily We Roll Along (Tobias/Mencher/Cantor) tease

Notes:
The band had an Egyptian theme: Brendan was a mummy, Jake was a pharaoh, Joel was Moses, Kris was an Egyptian prince, Ryan was Cleopatra, and Andy was a female Egyptian peasant

11.01.2003 Kalamazoo State Theatre, Kalamazoo, MI, USA

Set 1: Visions > Push the Pig[1], Mail Package, Family Feud theme > 10th Grade[2] > Pick Your Nose[2] > 10th Grade[2] > Muffburger Sandwich[2] > Nachos for Two, 13 Days, Slacker, Sociable Jimmy, Miss Tinkle's Overture > Mulche's Odyssey

Set 2: Last Train Home, Ringo > Uncle Wally > Ringo, Dump City[3], Ocean Billy, White Man's Moccasins, Uncommon > Kimble, Syncopated Strangers, 40's Theme

Encore: Peter Gunn / Every Breath You Take[1] > Andy's Last Beer[1]


[1] with Joel on keytar; introduced as Yanni Hamer
[2] partial
[3] with The Safety Dance (Men Without Hats) teases

Notes:
last Pick Your Nose 10.31.2001 (308 shows)
last Muffburger Sandwich 05.04.2001 (389 shows)

11.07.2003 Legends, Notre Dame, IN, USA

Set 1: Roulette > Divisions > Syncopated Strangers > Divisions, Mail Package, Kabump > Heart and Soul > #5, 2nd Self

Set 2: In the Flesh > Nothing Too Fancy[1] > Ocean Billy, Phil's Farm > Drums > So What > Uncle Wally > Push the Pig[2], Señor Mouse

Encore: Wife Soup


[1] with Jake on bass with Ryan
[2] with Lose Yourself (Eminem) tease

11.13.2003 Blue Cat's, Knoxville, TN, USA

Set 1: In The Kitchen[1], Waiting Room, Resolution > Who Knows, Never Cease, All Things Ninja, Mail Package, Miss Tinkle's Overture > Mulche's Odyssey

Set 2: All In Time[2], ...And Justice for All, Ocean Billy > 2x2[3], FF, Pay the Snucka[4], Ain't No Fun (If the Homies Can't Have None)[5]

Encore: 40's Theme[6]


[1] with Wake Up Dead (Megadeth) jam
[2] with Moby Dick (Led Zeppelin), Hurt Bird Bath, Birdland (Weather Report), and Bob jams in succession during the drum section
[3] with "Zsa Zsa Gabor, Fifi" lyrics
[4] with My Name is Mud (Primus) jam
[5] with Adam on vocals
[6] with Wish You Were Here (Pink Floyd) tease

11.14.2003 Cat's Cradle, Carrboro, NC, USA

Set 1: Push the Pig > Andy's Last Beer, Syncopated Strangers > Out Of Order > Visions > Uncommon, The Crooked One, Prowler[1] > Cherub Rock

Set 2: JaJunk > Anchor Drops > JaJunk > The Girl Is Mine > Jane Says > The Girl Is Mine > The Triple Wide[2] > Uncle Wally, Big Heart, Wife Soup[3] > JaJunk

Encore: Mail Package, Mullet (Over), Hangover

Soundcheck: Big Heart


[1] with Unchained (Van Halen) and The Ocean (Led Zeppelin) teases
[2] with For Whom the Bell Tolls (Metallica) jam
[3] with Big Heart (Rodney Crowell) tease
Support: Sam Schaber

11.15.2003 The State Theatre, Falls Church, VA, USA

One Set: Dump City[1], Front Porch, Hajimemashite > Glory > Hajimemashite[2] > Baby You're A Rich Man > Last Man Swerving, Nothing Too Fancy > Roulette > Drums > Roulette, Family Feud theme > Ringo > Pooh Doggie > Ringo > Take It to Church > Ringo > Kimble, Release > Slacker

Encore: Der Bluten Kat


[1] slow version
[2] ended with one verse of War Pigs (Black Sabbath)

11.16.2003 The Funk Box, Baltimore, MD, USA

Set 1: Example 1[1] > The Fussy Dutchman, White Man's Moccasins, Padgett's Profile > Walletsworth, Tribute to the Spinal Shaft > 13 Days, #5, The Song Remains the Same

Set 2: Get In The Van, Hurt Bird Bath > Utopian Fir > Hurt Bird Bath > Utopian Fir, Syncopated Strangers, Ocean Billy, Professor Wormbog > 2nd Self, Blue Echo[2] > piano solo > Mail Package

Encore: August > Miss Gradenko


[1] ended with Last Train Home (Pat Metheny) theme
[2] with Rock and Roll Ain't Noise Pollution (AC/DC)
Support: Addison Groove Project

11.18.2003 B.B. King Blues Club & Grill, New York, NY, USA

Set 1: JaJunk > In The Kitchen > JaJunk > Sociable Jimmy > JaJunk > I Am the Walrus > JaJunk, Ocean Billy, Resolution > Push the Pig, Pay the Snucka

Set 2: So What > Wife Soup, Divisions, Miss Tinkle's Overture > Mulche's Odyssey, Mail Package, Uncommon[1] > Smell the Mitten, Uncle Wally > All In Time

Encore: ...And Justice for All


[1] featured Ugochi singing
Support: RANA

11.19.2003 Theater of Living Arts, Philadelphia, PA, USA

Set 1: Walletsworth[1], Glory > Der Bluten Kat[2], Hey Nineteen[3] > We're Going to War > The Triple Wide[4] > Anchor Drops, Nopener[5]

Set 2: 40's Theme[6], Much Obliged > Pearl Necklace > Professor Wormbog > Hurt Bird Bath > 50 Ways to Leave Your Lover > All Things Ninja > 2x2, Nopener

Encore: Soul Food I[7] > The Crooked One


[1] referred to as Bucketsworth, acknowledging an unfortunate incident with Joel the last time Umphrey's played Philadelphia
[2] with It's About That Time (Miles Davis) tease
[3] with alternate lyrics referencing Michael Jackson
[4] with Jake on hairdryer
[5] debut, original
[6] with Aron Manger
[7] with Space Funk Booty teases

11.20.2003 The Middle East, Cambridge, MA, USA

Set 1: Slacker, Visions[1] > Phil's Farm, The Stranger, Water[2] > Dump City, Andy's Last Beer

Set 2: Ocean Billy, Nothing Too Fancy > Nopener, Black Water, Blue Echo > 2nd Self > 13 Days > Nothing Too Fancy, Roulette, Mail Package

Encore: Kabump > Bad Poker[3]


[1] ended with It's About that Time (Miles Davis) jam
[2] with Ten Years Gone (Led Zeppelin) tease
[3] just Jake

Notes:
Prior to Andy's Last Beer, The Woody Woodpecker theme (George Tibbles and Ramey Idriss) was teased by Jake,
Somebody's Watching Me (Rockwell) was quoted by Brendan, and Jump (Van Halen) was teased by the band.
Support: Groovetrust

11.21.2003 Colorado Brewery Music Hall, Danbury, CT, USA

Set 1: Nothing Too Fancy[1], Divisions[1], White Man's Moccasins, #5, Push the Pig, Heart and Soul

Set 2: Intro[2] > Syncopated Strangers[3] > Last Man Swerving, Sweetness > Peter Gunn / Every Breath You Take, Hangover, Good Ol' Boys, FF, Thin Air

Encore: In the Flesh > Nopener


[1] played for Bret
[2] the Univeristy of Notre Dame fight song was played over the P.A., and the band slowly began to jam along
[3] with Norwegian Wood (The Beatles) jam

11.22.2003 Northern Lights, Clifton Park, NY, USA

Set 1: Intro > Prowler > The Fuzz > Out Of Order, Mail Package, Ocean Billy, E.T.I.[1], The Haunt[2], Wife Soup, YYZ

Set 2: Miss Tinkle's Overture[3], Resolution[3] > Kat's Tune > Dr. Feelgood[3] > All In Time[3], In a Silent Way[4], Last Train Home, Uncommon, Kimble, Nopener

Encore: Space Funk Booty, Pay the Snucka


[1] debut, Blue Öyster Cult
[2] ended with Kashmir (Led Zeppelin) jam
[3] with Vinnie Amico joining Andy on percussion
[4] a JFK speech about peace in the Cold War was played over the P.A.; for the 40th anniversary of JFK's assassination

Notes:
Space Funk Booty was dedicated to Michael Schlafman.

11.26.2003 The Rave, Milwaukee, WI, USA

Set 1: Hurt Bird Bath > Soul Food I > Water, Much Obliged > Smell the Mitten, A Fifth of Beethoven, Mail Package

Set 2: Front Porch > Resolution > Front Porch[1], In Violation of Yes[2], Billie Jean, Example 1[3] > Padgett's Profile[4], Ocean Billy, Dump City

Encore: Nopener, Prowler


[1] with Gratitude (The Beastie Boys) jam
[2] with Thunderstruck (AC/DC) jam
[3] ended with Is There Anybody Out There? (Pink Floyd) jam
[4] with South Park theme (Primus) tease and with Jake on timbales

Notes:
There was a brief Four Sticks (Led Zeppelin) jam after Billie Jean.
Support: Dan Darah

11.29.2003 House of Blues, Chicago, IL, USA

Set 1: We're Going to War > 40's Theme > Kimble, In The Kitchen[1], Tribute to the Spinal Shaft > In Bloom > The Crooked One > Thin Air[2] > The Triple Wide > St. Hubbins Mach 2

Set 2: Wife Soup, E.T.I. > Ocean Billy, ...And Justice for All, Slacker[3], Push the Pig[4], Miss Tinkle's Overture[5] > Mulche's Odyssey, Visions > Nopener

Encore: Root Beer Rag[6], Hajimemashite > Mail Package[7]


[1] with Deep Sun (The New Deal) teases
[2] with Walking on the Moon (The Police) tease
[3] with 13 Days tease after Slacker intro
[4] with MC Juice rapping
[5] with Barracuda (Heart) tease
[6] debut, Billy Joel; Joel solo
[7] with guest MC Juice rapping

Notes:
last St. Hubbins Mach 2 02.05.2002 (296 shows)
Support: The J Davis Trio

12.03.2003 Lafayette Brewing Company, Lafayette, IN, USA

Set 1: Sociable Jimmy > Sweetness > All Things Ninja, Anchor Drops > Andy's Last Beer, Walletsworth > FF > It's About That Time, Roulette

Set 2: Ringo[1], Uncommon > Nothing Too Fancy[2] > Regulate[3] > August > Dump City > Nothing Too Fancy[2], Syncopated Strangers

Encore: Waiting Room


[1] with JaJunk and Wabash (John Scofield) jams
[2] with Muff II: The Revenge teases
[3] with Andy on the mic

12.04.2003 The Bluebird Nightclub, Bloomington, IN, USA

Set 1: Blue Echo > Resolution[1] > Der Bluten Kat, Last Man Swerving > Divisions, Nopener

Set 2: Power of Soul > The Triple Wide > Much Obliged > Hajimemashite > Much Obliged > Padgett's Profile, Can't Find My Way Home, Prowler > Ocean Billy, Make Me, JaJunk

Encore: Ballad of Jimi Hendrix > Uncle Wally


[1] with Water teases

Notes:
Make Me was dedicated to John Scofield's wife by Joel (she wasn't there).

12.05.2003 The Bluebird Nightclub, Bloomington, IN, USA

Set 1: Push the Pig > Kabump[1] > Pay the Snucka, XRT Xmas Promo Medley[2], Red Baron > Wife Soup, The Haunt[3] > Mail Package

Set 2: 2x2 > Big Heart > E.T.I. > Utopian Fir[4] > Orfeo > Slacker[5] > Miss Tinkle's Overture > Hangover

Encore: Hurt Bird Bath


[1] with The Safety Dance (Men Without Hats) teases
[2] Jingle Bell Rock (punk style) > Deck the Halls (country style) > Grandma Got Run over by a Reindeer (reggae style) > Carol of the Bells; this lasted for a minute or two only since each tune was abridged
[3] with Fletch theme (Harold Faltermeyer) and Spanish Caravan (The Doors) teases
[4] with Glory tease
[5] ended with G-Song jam with Kevin Browning on guitar, Adam Budney on bass, Don Richards on keyboards, and Bob Ston on drums; introduced as the Miss Tinkle's Crew

Notes:
Apparently XRT was at the Bluebird recording some kind of Christmas spot during the XMas Promo medley.

12.06.2003 The Canopy Club, Urbana, IL, USA

Set 1: Mulche's Odyssey, #5, The Crooked One[1], Soul Food I > The Fussy Dutchman > Tomorrow Never Knows, XRT Xmas Promo Medley, Water[2]

Set 2: 2nd Self, Professor Wormbog, Phil's Farm > Glory > Phil's Farm, "Jimmy Stewart"[3] > Nothing Too Fancy[4] > Phil's Farm, Pork Chop Pie, 13 Days, Heart and Soul[5], White Man's Moccasins[6], Hysteria > In Violation of Yes[7]

Encore: Nothing Too Fancy > Ocean Billy > Nothing Too Fancy


[1] with O Tannenbaum (trad.) teases
[2] with Ridin' the Storm Out (REO Speedwagon) ending
[3] with The Little Drummer Boy (Davis) and Milestones (Miles Davis) teases
[4] middle section only
[5] with Jump (Van Halen) intro
[6] with Dazed and Confused tease and No Quarter quote (Led Zeppelin) in intro
[7] with Top Gun theme (Faltermeyer) teases

Reviews: 1 review(s)

12.10.2003 The State Theatre, South Bend, IN, USA

Set 1: "Jimmy Stewart" > Anchor Drops, Tribute to the Spinal Shaft > L.A. Woman[1] > Equal Rights, Smell the Mitten, Syncopated Strangers > Bubbles[2] > Der Bluten Kat > In The Kitchen

Set 2: In Bloom > Der Bluten Kat, Xxplosive > The Fuzz, Dump City[3], All In Time[4], Mail Package > The Triple Wide[5] > Soul Food II

Encore: Billie Jean > Push the Pig


[1] debut, The Doors; with Riders On the Storm (The Doors) ending
[2] with Se A Cabo (Santana) tease
[3] with Riders On the Storm (The Doors) quote; with Kahlil Smylie on bass
[4] the band left the stage during Kris's drum solo; with ...And Justice for All (Metallica) tease
[5] with Seven Nation Army (The White Stripes) teases

12.11.2003 The Magic Bag, Ferndale, MI, USA

Set 1: Glory > Ocean Billy, Thin Air, Mullet (Over), Walletsworth, Prowler, ...And Justice for All, Sociable Jimmy

Set 2: The Song Remains the Same, Space Funk Booty, Jazz Odyssey, Phil's Farm, unknown song, Hurt Bird Bath, Duck Butter, 2nd Self, The Haunt, Get In The Van

Encore: Uncle Wally, Nopener

12.12.2003 The Odeon, Cleveland, OH, USA

Set 1: Uncommon > Kimble, Roulette[1], When the World Is Running Down You Make the Best of What's Still Around > Out Of Order, Last Man Swerving, Miss Tinkle's Overture > Mulche's Odyssey

Set 2: Nothing Too Fancy > Divisions > Nothing Too Fancy > Divisions, Slacker, Africa, Front Porch > Resolution > Front Porch[2]

Encore: 40's Theme


[1] with Megadeth song intro
[2] with Super Mario Bros. jam
Support: Aranka Fabian

12.13.2003 Mr. Small's Theatre, Millvale, PA, USA

Set 1: Mail Package, Ocean Billy, JaJunk[1], #5, 2x2, Push the Pig[2], Señor Mouse

Set 2: The Crooked One, In The Kitchen, Utopian Fir[3] > The Girl Is Mine > Jane Says > The Girl Is Mine > Raymond[4] > Drums[4] > Wife Soup, The Fussy Dutchman, Hajimemashite > Ringo

Encore: Last Train Home


[1] with The Safety Dance (Men Without Hats) teases from Jake and Joel
[2] with Let Me Blow Ya Mind (Eve) tease
[3] with reggae version of Grandma Got Run Over By a Reindeer, as done for a WXRT-FM promo; with Jake on stylophone
[4] with Jake on percussion
Support: Ouve

12.29.2003 The Vic Theatre, Chicago, IL, USA

Set 1: Miss Tinkle's Overture > Push the Pig[1], Syncopated Strangers, Utopian Fir > Pipeline > Utopian Fir > Anchor Drops > Nothing Too Fancy, Uncommon > It's About That Time[2]

Set 2: Shine On You Crazy Diamond[3], 40's Theme, Sociable Jimmy > Sweetness[4] > Much Obliged > Walletsworth, Dump City > Roulette > Dump City

Encore: The Crooked One > Fool in the Rain


[1] with Nuthin' but a "G" Thang (Snoop Dogg) tease
[2] with Michael "Mad Dog" Mavridoglou on trumpet, Wes Cichosz on saxophone, and Brian Felix on keys
[3] debut, Pink Floyd; Parts I - V; with Michael "Mad Dog" Mavridoglou on trumpet and Wes Cichosz on saxophone
[4] with Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Pink Floyd) teases and Carol of the Bells (Mykola Leontovych) jam

12.30.2003 The Vic Theatre, Chicago, IL, USA

Set 1: Divisions[1], Kabump -> 2nd Self, Smell the Mitten, JaJunk[2], August > Space Funk Booty[3], Nopener

Set 2: Uncle Wally[4], Bullhead City[5], That's the Way[4], Hurt Bird Bath[6], Garbage Man[7], The Haunt[8] > 13 Days, Soul Food I[9], Slacker, Get In The Van > Nothing Too Fancy

Encore: Roses[10]


[1] with "Zsa Zsa Gabor, Fifi" lyrics
[2] with The Safety Dance (Men Without Hats) teases and Jake on stylophone-like instrument
[3] with Juice rapping
[4] with Jake and Brendan on acoustics
[5] with Jake and Brendan on acoustics; with Elliott Peck on vocals
[6] with Mike Mirro on drums and Sweet Child o' Mine (Guns N' Roses) tease
[7] with Mike Mirro on drums and vocals; two verses only
[8] with Norwegian Wood (The Beatles) jam
[9] with Jeff "Hyper Harp" Grossberg on harmonica
[10] debut, Outkast; with Juice rapping

Notes:
Before Hurt Bird Bath, the beginning of Andy's Last Beer was played before being cut short; Kris and Joel "argued" leading Kris to storm off the stage; the band's "search" for a drummer brought Mike Mirro to the stage, and he played drums for Hurt Bird Bath (on 12.31.02, Kris first played with Umphrey's taking over for Mike during Hurt Bird Bath).
last That's the Way 11.02.2001 (329 shows)
Support: Juice

12.31.2003 The Vic Theatre, Chicago, IL, USA

Set 1: Resolution > #5, FF > Take It to Church > Professor Wormbog, Hajimemashite -> Phil's Farm[1], Water[2] > Mail Package

Set 2: Ain't Too Proud to Beg[3], Shotgun[4], Prowler > The Fuzz -> All Things Ninja, In The Kitchen, Signed, Sealed, Delivered I'm Yours[5], Uptight (Everything's Alright)[6] > Thin Air, Glory > Ocean Billy

Set 3: The Triple Wide[7] > Auld Lang Syne[8], Wife Soup[8], Tell Me Something Good[9], Ringo -> Kimble, Hangover, Mullet (Over), Pay the Snucka

Encore: I've Got a Feeling, Mulche's Odyssey

2nd Encore: All In Time


[1] with Seven Nation Army (The White Stripes) jam
[2] with Auld Lang Syne (Robert Burns) teases
[3] debut, Holland/Whitfield; with Tobias Kemmer on trumpet, Raphael Crawford on trombone, and Rob Haight and Charlie Gorzinski on saxophones
[4] debut, Junior Walker; with "Chicago blues" jam; with Tobias Kemmer on trumpet, Raphael Crawford on trombone, and Rob Haight and Charlie Gorzinski on saxophones
[5] debut, Stevie Wonder; with horn section, Kris on vocals with Elliott Peck, and Jake on drums
[6] debut, Stevie Wonder/Henry Cosby/Sylvia Moy; with Tobias Kemmer on trumpet, Raphael Crawford on trombone, and Rob Haight and Charlie Gorzinski on saxophones
[7] with Binary Sunset (from Star Wars) (John Williams) teases and Van Halen (Hot for Teacher & Ain't Talkin' 'Bout Love) jam
[8] with Tobias Kemmer on trumpet, Raphael Crawford on trombone, and Rob Haight and Charlie Gorzinski on saxophones
[9] debut, Stevie Wonder; with Elliott Peck on vocals, along with Tobias Kemmer on trumpet, Raphael Crawford on trombone, and Rob Haight and Charlie Gorzinski on saxophones

Notes:
last I've Got a Feeling 12.18.1999 (547 shows)