Mound, Meat, and Hand In Pocket from MGB's most recent gig in Telluride, CO
Friday, March 18, 2011
|photo via @furthurband|
Set One: Feel Like A Stranger, El Paso, High Time, Beat It On Down The Line, Wang Dang Doodle > Big Bad Blues, Don't Ease Me In, Cold Rain & Snow,
Set Two: Cryptical Envelopment, New Speedway Boogie, A Hard Rain's Gonna Fall, Rosemary > Morning Dew > Cryptical Envelopement > Eyes Of The World > The Other One, China Cat Sunflower > I Know You Rider, Playin' In The Band
Encore: Brokedown Palace
[setlist source: @furthurband]
You might remember Michael Printup as the Watkins Glen International president who denied that a Phish Festival was confirmed to take place at the track over the Fourth of July Weekend a few months back. Apparently, Printup is getting ready to come clean as he’s taken to his personal twitter feed to tease a forthcoming announcement…
Read more about this possible forthcoming announcement at Hidden Track
Mike and his band will perform at the sixth edition of Jam In The Dam: a multi-day, multi-room extravaganza held at the legendary Melkweg in Amsterdam, The Netherlands March 14-15-16, 2012.
The city's rich cultural offerings include famous museums and art galleries such as the Van Gogh and Rijksmuseum; cozy pubs and cafe terraces; open-air markets and trendy boutiques; and legendary coffee shops.
Other artists performing at the Jam In The Dam include moe., Dark Star Orchestra, Lotus and Keller Williams. Each artist will play extended sets in one of the two concert halls, all under one roof.
Tickets are available starting March 24 at www.jaminthedam.missiontix.com at $225 Early Bird pricing, saving $60 off of the gate. In Europe, tickets will go on sale soon at www.ticketmaster.nl, and will be priced at 170 Euro for Early Bird. Single night tickets are available in Europe for 60 Euro.
Travel packages including special perks will be available from CID Entertainment, including options for installment payments. Complete Jam in the Dam festival information and travel support is available online at jaminthedam.com.
Set One: Nothing Too Fancy > In the Kitchen, #5, Much Obliged, The Floor, Sociable Jimmy > Nothing Too Fancy
Set Two: Ringo > Eminence Front > Ringo^, Wappy Sprayberry, The Bottom Half > Slacker, Miss Tinkle's Overture
Encore: Glory > Regulate*
Notes: Big Gigantic opened
^ with Dominic Lalli (Big Gigantic) on saxophone
* for Nate Dogg; with Keep Forgettin' (Michael McDonald) jam
[setlist source: umphreys.com]
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