Midwest Improg rockers, Umphrey's McGee, cover The Who's Eminence Front, this past March at West Hollywood's House of Blues.
Saturday, April 23, 2011
Set One: Red Tape^ > Alex's House, Ringo^^ > Kimble, Walletsworth, Conduit, Bright Lights
Set Two: Wappy Sprayberry > The Bottom Half > All I Need*, Peg**, Deeper > Ringo, Day Nurse***, Andy's Last Beer, Come Closer#
Encore: 40's Theme
^heavy exploratory jam
^^For What it's Worth teases
*instrumental, Radiohead cover. Ryan Stasik on moog.
**Steely Dan cover
***formerly Night Nurse. Umphrey's original written by Kris.
[setlist source: @jeffersonwaful]
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