Statistics for shows where "Professor Wormbog" was played

All Debuts Seen (118 songs)

Show Date Song Notes
2017-11-04 Sabotage debut, Beastie Boys; Brendan on bass, Jake on keys, Joel on guitar, Andy on drums, Kris on vocals, and Ryan on guitar
2015-01-03 Led Boots debut, Jeff Beck
2014-06-21 London Dungeon debut, The Misfits; with Manny Sanchez on vocals
2013-06-21 Happiness is a Warm Gun debut, The Beatles; with Divisions fake-out
2012-12-28 Auf Wiedersehen debut, original
2012-03-25 Loose Ends debut, original
2011-01-31 Susanah debut band in full, 30db
2010-03-03 Tango Mike debut, original; Umphrey's took the stage performing along with Tango Mike being played over the P.A.
2010-01-22 The Linear debut, original
2009-10-31 Land Of Wappy debut; Wappy Sprayberry + Land of Confusion (Genesis) + Seek & Destroy (Metallica) mash-up
2009-10-31 Sweet Sunglasses debut; Sweet Dreams (Eurythmics) + Sunglasses at Night (Corey Hart) + Electric Feel (MGMT) mash-up
2009-10-31 Night Gambler debut; The Gambler (Kenny Rogers) + Night Fever (The Bee Gees) + Rapper's Delight (The Sugarhill Gang) + Bring the Noise (Public Enemy; with Andy on vocals) mash-up
2009-10-31 Nemo's Fat Bottomed Good Times debut; Nemo + Fat Bottomed Girls (Queen) + Good Times Bad Times (Led Zeppelin) mash-up
2009-10-03 Go to Hell debut, original; originally called Cold Smoke
2008-10-28 After Midnight debut, J.J. Cale
2007-12-16 Legalize It debut, Peter Tosh; with Andrew Tosh on vocals
2006-10-20 I Heard It Through the Grapevine debut, Bill Frisell (Whitfield/Strong)
2006-10-20 I Don't Need No Steam Heat debut, John Lee Hooker; incomplete
2006-07-18 Meeting in the Aisle debut, Radiohead
2006-06-10 Digital Buddha debut, The Disco Biscuits; with The Disco Biscuits replacing Umphrey's one by one, until only Andy was left on percussion
2006-05-06 Words debut, original
2005-12-31 (Night Time Is) The Right TIme debut, Ray Charles; everyone on stage
2005-12-31 Turn In Difference debut, Keller Williams; with Keller Williams on guitar and vocals
2005-12-31 The Great Gig in the Sky debut, Pink Floyd; with Michelle Hallman on vocals
2005-12-31 Just a Gigolo debut, Brammer/Caesar/Casucci; with Jake on drums
2005-12-31 Breathe debut, Pink Floyd; "dub version"
2005-03-26 Passing debut, original
2004-08-07 Making Flippy Floppy debut, Talking Heads; with Hella Good (No Doubt) and Yeah (Usher) teases
2004-08-07 Ahab debut, original; with Brendan, Jake, and Ryan on acoustics
2004-08-07 Robot World debut, original; with Run Like Hell (Pink Floyd) quote
2004-05-07 Pathetique debut, Beethoven (Sonata #8 in C minor); just Joel on a grand piano
2004-03-25 Miles Beyond debut, Mahavishnu Orchestra; with Brendan on Rhodes
2004-02-06 It's So Easy debut, Guns N' Roses; for Axl Rose's birthday
2003-12-31 Uptight (Everything's Alright) debut, Stevie Wonder/Henry Cosby/Sylvia Moy; with Tobias Kemmer on trumpet, Raphael Crawford on trombone, and Rob Haight and Charlie Gorzinski on saxophones
2003-12-31 Signed, Sealed, Delivered I'm Yours debut, Stevie Wonder; with horn section, Kris on vocals with Elliott Peck, and Jake on drums
2003-12-31 Ain't Too Proud to Beg debut, Holland/Whitfield; with Tobias Kemmer on trumpet, Raphael Crawford on trombone, and Rob Haight and Charlie Gorzinski on saxophones
2003-12-31 Tell Me Something Good debut, Rufus and Chaka Khan (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
2003-12-31 Shotgun debut, Junior Walker; with "Chicago blues" jam; with Tobias Kemmer on trumpet, Raphael Crawford on trombone, and Rob Haight and Charlie Gorzinski on saxophones
2003-11-19 Nopener debut, original
2003-10-31 White Wedding debut, Billy Idol; with Vince on vocals dressed as Billy Idol; with Rebel Yell (Billy Idol) ending
2003-10-31 Heart and Soul debut, Huey Lewis and the News; Joel on keytar
2003-10-31 ...And Justice for All debut, Metallica; with Let's Go Crazy (Prince) intro
2003-10-31 Halloween theme debut, John Carpenter; Joel only
2003-10-31 Mail Package debut, original
2003-10-31 Ocean Billy debut, original
2003-09-11 Ten Years Gone debut, Led Zeppelin; one verse, with Jake on guitar and Brendan singing
2003-05-15 #5 debut, original
2003-04-20 You Gotta Move debut, The Rolling Stones (Davis/McDowell)
2003-04-09 Runnin' with the Devil debut, Van Halen; one verse, with Kris on vocals
2003-03-28 Highway to Hell debut, AC/DC; one verse and one chorus only (verse sung by Jake, chorus by Kris)
2003-02-05 Ballad of Jimi Hendrix debut, Stormtroopers of Death; with Kevin Browning on bass, Brendan on percussion
2003-01-30 Weapons of Mass Destruction debut, Garaj Mahal; with Garaj Mahal
2002-12-31 You Never Give Me Your Money debut, The Beatles; complete second side to Abbey Road; with Jake on acoustic guitar
2002-12-31 The End debut, The Beatles; complete second side to Abbey Road; with Jake on acoustic guitar; with Josh Quinlan on saxophone
2002-12-31 Because debut, The Beatles; complete second side to Abbey Road; with Jake on acoustic guitar
2002-12-31 Sun King debut, The Beatles; complete second side to Abbey Road; with Jake on acoustic guitar
2002-12-31 Carry That Weight debut, The Beatles; complete second side to Abbey Road; with Jake on acoustic guitar; with Josh Quinlan on saxophone
2002-12-31 Polythene Pam debut, The Beatles; complete second side to Abbey Road; with Jake on acoustic guitar
2002-12-31 Her Majesty debut, The Beatles; complete second side to Abbey Road; with just Brendan on vocals and Jake on guitar
2002-12-31 Scenes from an Italian Restaurant debut, Billy Joel; with Josh Quinlan on saxophone and Jake on acoustic guitar
2002-12-31 Golden Slumbers debut, The Beatles; complete second side to Abbey Road; with Jake on acoustic guitar
2002-12-13 The Empire State debut, original; with lyrics about Joel; with Regulate (Warren G) tease at beginning
2002-11-15 Hill Street Blues theme debut, Mike Post
2002-10-10 Mulche's Odyssey debut, original (Ali Baba's Tahini composition)
2002-05-16 In Violation of Yes debut, original (off of Joel's album, Common Sense)
2002-05-16 Two of Us debut, The Beatles; acoustic
2002-04-29 In Bloom debut, Nirvana; first verse only
2002-04-18 Resolution debut in full, original (Ali Baba's Tahini composition)
2002-04-12 San Francisco Bay debut, Lee Oskar
2002-04-10 Dr. Feelgood debut (Mötley Crüe); ended with Rocket Queen (Guns N' Roses) jam
2002-02-08 Last Call debut, original
2002-02-08 Walletsworth debut, original
2002-02-06 Moogasauras Rex debut, original; Joel, Jake, and Andy on "electronica"
2002-02-06 Pooh Doggie debut, original; vocal jam over groove
2002-01-24 The Haunt debut, original
2001-11-30 Big Heart debut, Lounge Lizards; with Josh Quinlan on saxophone and Ron Haynes on trumpet
2001-11-16 Kielbasa debut, Tenacious D; with Nick Blasky on vocals
2001-11-16 Dio debut, Tenacious D
2001-10-27 Resolution debut; Ali Baba's Tahini; one verse
2001-10-19 Band on the Run debut, Wings
2001-10-04 Hurt Bird Bath debut, original
2001-08-28 YYZ debut, Rush
2001-08-11 Good Ol' Boys debut, Waylon Jennings
2001-08-11 Get Down debut, War; with Steve Krojniewski and Dustin Speybroeck on percussion
2001-08-11 Get In The Van debut, original
2001-08-11 Roulette debut, original
2001-07-03 Mediterranean Sundance debut, Al DiMeola; acoustic
2001-05-26 Sister Christian debut, Night Ranger; with Chris Castino on vocals
2001-05-12 Chitlins Con Carne debut, Kenny Burrell
2001-04-26 White Man's Moccasins debut, original (Joel); orginally known as "Ali"
2001-04-26 Blue Echo debut, original (Jake)
2001-04-19 The Emperor debut, Donald Byrd; with Topaz on saxophone and Squantch on trombone
2001-04-19 Rastaman Chant debut, Bob Marley; with Bob tease
2001-04-19 Born Under a Bad Sign debut, William Bell/Booker T. Jones; with Sugar Blue on harmonica and vocals
2001-04-13 Rainbow Country debut, Bob Marley; with Elliott Peck on additional vocals
2001-03-24 Jared debut, Tonefarmer; acoustic
2001-03-17 Black Water debut, The Doobie Brothers; Jake and Brendan on acoustics
2001-03-17 Last Man Swerving debut, original; with Josh Quinlan on alto saxophone and Nate Walcott on trumpet
2001-03-03 Thank You debut, Dido
2001-03-01 Tribute to the Spinal Shaft debut, original
2001-02-10 No Ordinary Love debut, Sade; Mike on lead vocals
2001-02-08 Can't Find My Way Home debut, Blind Faith; Brendan and Jake on acoustics
2001-02-08 Uncle Wally debut, original; Brendan and Jake on acoustics
2001-02-08 Front Port debut, original; Brendan and Jake on acoustics
2001-02-08 Bron-Yr-Aur debut, Led Zeppelin; just Brendan and Jake, on acoustics
2001-02-02 DeWayne debut, original
2001-02-02 Lady debut, Little River Band
2001-01-26 The Fuzz debut, original
2000-12-31 Auld Lang Syne debut, Robert Burns; with Rich Cohen on saxophone and Also Sprach Zarathustra (Strauss) tease
2000-12-01 Water debut, original
2000-11-18 A Fifth of Beethoven debut, Walter Murphy
2000-10-31 Ain't No Fun (If the Homies Can't Have None) debut, Snoop Dogg
2000-10-28 40's Theme debut, original (Ali Baba's Tahini composition)
2000-10-28 Baby You're A Rich Man debut, The Beatles
2000-10-20 Soul Food I debut, original (Ali Baba's Tahini composition)
2000-10-12 Africa debut, Toto
2000-10-06 In a Silent Way debut, Miles Davis; with Josh Quinlan on alto saxophone
2000-10-05 Professor Wormbog debut, original (Ali Baba's Tahini composition)


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