Friday, February 12, 2010

Setlist: Umphrey's McGee 2.12.2010 The Music Farm ~ Charleston, SC

via @originalwyllys

Set One : Cemetery Walk I, In the Kitchen > 2nd Self, FF > Walletsworth, Cemetery Walk II, Made to Measure, Prowler > In the Kitchen

Set Two: Front Porch > Drums > Front Porch, Mantis Ghetts, Comfortably Numb, Linear, Ringo, 40's Theme

Encore: Pay the Snucka

Umphrey's McGee
2/12/10 The Music Farm, Charleston, SC

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Setlist: Trey Anastasio Band 2.12.2010 House of Blues ~ Boston, MA

Setlist via @YEMblog

Set One: Shine, Cayman Review, Push On Til The Day, What’s Done, The Birdwatcher, Mozambique, Night Speaks to a Woman, Alaska, Let Me Lie, Plasma, Tuesday

Set Two: Drifting, All That Almost Was, Sand, Goodbye Head > Gotta Jibboo, Small Axe, Valentine, Money Love and Change, Show of Life, Dragonfly

Encore: Sultans of Swing, First Tube

Video: Push On Til The Day

Setlist: Furthur 2.12.2010 Hampton Coliseum ~ Hampton, VA

Setlist via @thebutterroom
Set One: Shakedown Street > I Need a Miracle, Till the Morning Comes, Memphis Blues, Dire Wolf, Picasso Moon, Big Railroad Blues, Two Djinn

Set Two: Scarlet > West LA Fadeaway, Mason's Children, Dark Star > Mr Fantasy > Kings Solomon's Marbles, Days Between, Viola Lee Blues > Dark Star > Goin Down the Road Feelin Bad

Encore: Donor Rap, And We Bid You Goodnight

Video: Neil Young & Paul McCartney A Day In The Life (HD) 6.27.2009

Neil Young & Paul McCartney A Day In The Life Live From Hyde Park 27th June 2009 Umphrey's McGee bring color to Tabernacle

By Kevin Kuo at

Umphrey’s McGee, a progressive jam-band based out of Chicago, performed at the Tabernacle on Feb. 6. The venue seemed to be lacking in attendance at first while opening act Dubconcious was performing. Slowly, the Tabernacle was becoming a sardine can of a venue as Umphrey’s McGee was inching to performance. The crowd would burst into screams when slight movements on stage were seen, and Umphrey’s McGee did not tease for a long time.

The show created musical euphoria for all in attendance, with rock, reggae, metal, funk, soul, hardcore and classic rock sounds incorporated throughout the show. With all these genres meshed together, they were able to create a unique sound that few jam-bands are able to produce. With all the musical influences, they were more apt to jam than sing, although lyrics still accompany most of their songs.

The band's members are the epitome of musicians, as they never have the same show twice. With their originality, there’s no need to worry about pirated music or show taping. Umphrey’s McGee continuously publishes music on their podcast to encourage and promote their tour. The show was nothing short of their promotion, as a fresh and unique sound.

Read More Cornell Police Prepare for an Influx of ‘Deadheads’

By Michael Linhorst at The Cornell Daily Sun

When Furthur arrives on campus Sunday for a concert in Barton Hall, the Grateful Dead’s loyal following of “Deadheads” is expected to arrive as well. Cornell Police are concerned that large numbers of Deadheads may arrive without tickets and try to break into campus buildings for warmth and conduct other illegal activities. The police plan to increase patrols and take other security measures around campus in response to the expected crowds this weekend, CUPD Chief Kathy Zoner said.

“Generally, it’s a pretty large crowd that follows the band around,” Zoner said. “We had a big problem with trespass and illegal activities the last time [Grateful Dead band members] came to campus.”

Zoner said she does not know how many Deadheads to expect on Sunday, but “we had quite a non-ticketage crowd” when Grateful Dead members last performed at Cornell.

Sunday is the first time Furthur, which was founded in 2009 by original Grateful Dead members Bob Weir and Phil Lesh, has performed at Cornell. The Grateful Dead first came to Cornell in 1977, when they performed their famous “Barton Hall ’77” concert. The band returned in 1980 and 1981, according to the Ithaca Times.

This weekend, in addition to break-ins by fans, the police expect drug and alcohol violations, Zoner said.

“There will be an increased [police] presence on campus, and we’ll be patrolling inside the concert and outside,” she said. Zoner declined to discuss any other security measures the police are planning for the event.

Cornell Police Sgt. Philip Mospan sent an email to campus building coordinators yesterday advising them to be “extra vigilant in securing [their] buildings” this weekend to prevent fans from breaking in.

“Our concern is that this particular group of fans will set up camp wherever they can and will certainly avail themselves to the warmth of any open building,” Mospan said in the email. “Even if they do not have tickets to the venue, they will still come in the hopes of gaining access to the concert, and they will be seeking shelter from the elements over the weekend.”

Setlist: Trey Anastasio Band 2.11.2010, Electric Factory ~ Philadelphia, PA

Set 1: Sand, Shine, Cayman Review, Valentine, Alaska, Mozambique, All That Almost Was, Night Speaks to a Woman, The Birdwatcher, Obstacle Of Course*, Let Me Lie, Alive Again

Set 2: Curlew’s Call, Liquid Time, Sweet Dreams Melinda, Money Love and Change, Show of Life, Last Tube, Ether Sunday, Push On Til The Day

Encore: Sweet and Dandy^, Tuesday, First Tube

* – Debut, Anastasio/Marshall – Dedicated to Tom’s daughter

^ – Toots and the Maytals, Last Time Played – 05/07/2004 [138 Shows]

Thanks to Scott Bernstein at for compiling the setlist from tweet updates.

Setlist: Umphrey's McGee 2.11.2010 The Orange Peel ~ Asheville, North Carolina

Via @originalwyllys

Set One: Mantis > Push the Pig, Liquid > The Bottom Half, Blue Echo > Rocker II, Come Closer

Set Two: Hurt Bird Bath, Intentions Clear > Smell The Mitten, Resolution, Utopian Fir > Mantis

Encore: Senor Mouse

Umphrey's McGee
2/11/10 The Orange Peel, Asheville, NC

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