|Llama,||1994-07-08||12 show gap|
|Gumbo >||1994-07-15||7 show gap|
|All Things Reconsidered >||1994-06-24||22 show gap|
|Down with Disease >||1994-10-10||2 show gap|
|I Didn't Know,||1994-07-13||9 show gap|
|Foam,||1994-10-09||3 show gap|
|Fast Enough for You >||1994-10-09||3 show gap|
|Sparkle >||1994-10-10||2 show gap|
|Stash||1994-10-10||2 show gap|
|The Old Home Place >||1994-10-10||2 show gap|
|Run Like an Antelope,||1994-10-08||4 show gap|
|If I Could,||1994-07-14||8 show gap|
|It's Ice,||1994-10-08||4 show gap|
|Amazing Grace,||1994-10-09||3 show gap|
|Mike's Song >||1994-10-08||4 show gap|
|Simple >||1994-10-08||4 show gap|
|Mike's Song >||1994-10-08||0 show gap|
|Yerushalayim Shel Zahav,||1994-07-15||7 show gap|
|Weekapaug Groove,||1994-10-08||4 show gap|
|Foreplay/Long Time,||1994-10-12||1 show gap|
|Cavern||1994-10-07||5 show gap|
|Fire||1994-07-03||15 show gap|
Trey Anastasio Band: February 22, 2011
6 years ago
Set 1: Down with Disease, Wolfman's Brother, Theme From the Bottom, Camel Walk, Kill Devil Falls, Meatstick, Halley's Comet > Bouncing Around the Room, Cavern, Prince Caspian, Limb By Limb, Stealing Time From the Faulty Plan, Wading in the Velvet Sea, Heavy Things, Peggy, Hey Ya!
Set 2: In the Wee Wee Hours, Valentine, Ocelot, It Makes No Difference, Gotta Jibboo, Burlap Sack and Pumps, Clint Eastwood, Cayman Review, Sand, Sweet and Dandy, Burn That Bridge, My Problem Right There, Tuesday, First Tube > Empire State of Mind
Encore: Sultans of Swing
 Trey solo acoustic; TAB debut.
 Trey solo acoustic.
 Trey solo acoustic. For Fish. "Going downtown to Morocco" lyric. "Shortest version of that song ever."
 Trey solo acoustic; with "bitch"/"dung" lyrics.
 Trey acoustic with Jen and Natalie.
 Trey acoustic with full TAB.
 After the song Trey noted the song's co-author, Amanda Green, and the "Hands on a Hard Body" play for which the song was written.
 TAB debut.
 TAB debut; incomplete.
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