2006

January: 09
February: 04 | 05 | 05 | 11 | 11 | 12
March: 07 | 11 | 18 | 18
April: 06 | 14 | 15 | 19 | 20 | 21 | 26 | 27 | 29
May: 29 | 30 | 31
June: 02 | 03 | 04 | 09 | 10 | 12 | 14 | 16 | 16 | 17 | 17 | 20 | 21 | 23 | 25 | 25 | 27 | 28 | 30 | 30
July: 01 | 01 | 02 | 02 | 03 | 03 | 06 | 06 | 07 | 07 | 08 | 09 | 09 | 11 | 11 | 12 | 12 | 12 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 18 | 19 | 20 | 22 | 22 | 22 | 29 | 30
August: 01 | 04 | 04 | 05 | 08 | 08 | 16 | 17 | 18 | 19
September: 01 | 01 | 03 | 04 | 28
October: 03 | 04 | 05 | 06 | 06 | 07 | 08 | 08 | 09 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 | 13 | 14 | 14 | 15 | 15 | 17 | 18 | 18 | 19 | 19 | 20 | 21 | 21 | 22 | 22 | 23 | 24 | 24 | 25 | 27 | 27 | 28 | 29 | 29 | 31
November: 02 | 03 | 04 | 10 | 11
December: 01 | 05 | 06 | 07 | 08 | 08 | 09 | 10 | 27 | 28 | 29 | 30 | 31
This show featured the TAB debuts of “Auld Lang Syne” and “Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin’” (Michael Jackson). “Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin’” was incomplete. This atypical version of “Jibboo” included a brief vocal jam and a jam featuring only Trey and Ray. After the second set, Trey announced that they were going to be releasing a live album from the recent shows (Original Boardwalk Style) and that before the third set they would be taking photos of the band and the crowd for inclusion in the album art. Trey performed all of the encore songs solo acoustic. The keyword for “Makisupa” was “Whitehall,” referencing Trey’s infamous drug bust that occurred a few weeks earlier in Whitehall, NY.
“The Way I Feel” contained an “Auld Lang Syne” tease and a vocal jam with Trey on Cyro's talk box. During “The Way I Feel,” Cyro took a solo on “the evil nitrous tank,” prompting Trey to advise, “they're not good for anything else; never use them for anything else.” Before “Alumni” Trey told the audience, “Don't forget, bet on 17 and everything will go your way.” Trey sang the “Because I’ve got a degree” lyric from “Alumni” through his megaphone.
This show featured the TAB debut of “Peaches en Regalia.” “Gotta Jibboo” contained “Streets of Cairo” teases.  “Last Tube” culminated in a brief “2001” jam. “Push On” included an “Oye Como Va” tease.
“Sand” included a “Streets of Cairo” tease. “Alumni” contained the alternate lyric “I'm gonna take this warrant and slice you in the eye.” Also during “Alumni,” Trey used Cyro's talk box for the “‘Cause I got a degree” lyric.  “Sex Machine” was a TAB debut. At the beginning of the “Percussion Parade” Trey said "Put it together for James Brown right now!" “Push On” included a James Brown-inspired funk jam.  “Sweet Dreams Melinda” included a brief vocal jam which contained a “Macarena” quote from Trey.
Trey performed “The Inlaw Josie Wales” and “Sweet Dreams Melinda” solo acoustic.
During the intro to “Cincinnati” Trey indicated that the song was written for five horns, and that since they were missing the flute player that he would whistle the flute parts. After the extended, multi-part jam out of “Mud City” that included an extended vocal riff on the word “someday,” Trey offered that he ‘had no clue what that song was about.” Trey performed ”The Inlaw Josie Wales,” “Invisible” and “Love That Breaks All Lines” solo acoustic. After “Jibboo” Trey noted that they were over the venue curfew but he wanted to keep playing anyway; they did so, for almost another half hour.

SET 1: Something For Rockets , Sunny's Song , Soba , Memphis , Walking Running Viking , Welcome Red , Echo Park , Powder , Play Pause Stop , Best Reason To Buy The Sun , 9 x 9 , The Three Question Marks > My Pet Goat

ENCORE: Becky [1] > Jam [1] -> The Beltless Buckler [1] -> Becky [1]

Mike sat in with the Duo for the entire encore.
“Buried Alive” was a TAB debut. 
“Dragonfly” contained a “Can’t You Hear Me Knocking” jam. Trey sang a line of “Close to the Edge” (Yes) prior to the start of the second set. Trey changed the lyrics to “Mud City” to reference Paulie Walnuts. “Low” and “Push On” contained “Third Stone From the Sun” (Jimi Hendrix) teases from Trey.
Mike sat in on bass for the show-closing jam.
This show – billed as "Vibes for Peace" – was a benefit for The Rex Foundation. Mickey Hart & Friends opened. Bob Weir sat in on guitar and vocals for "Fountains of Wood" through "Scarlet Begonias" and "The Other One" through "Turn On Your Lovelight." Mike took lead vocals on "Cumberland Blues." Guests Giovanni Hidalgo and Zakir Hussain also sat in on percussion for portions of the show.

SET 1: Maliba [1], Bamana Niya [1]

Mike joined Toubab Krewe on bass along with Lamine Soumano on guitar for the Soumano original "Maliba" and the traditional "Bamana Niya."
Trey appeared on the University of Pennsylvania’s World Cafe radio show. All of the songs were performed by Trey solo, acoustic, with interview segments between songs.
Trey performed Wilson” solo acoustic in response to the audience chanting “Wilson” prior to the second set. “Voodoo Child” and “Barracuda” (Heart, a TAB debut) were both incomplete.
Trey performed “Sleep” though “Waste” solo acoustic, including the TAB debut of “Camel Walk.” “Low” included “Can’t You Hear Me Knocking” teases. "Cincinnati" was performed without the introduction and and contained "Who Are You" teases from Trey.
Before “Push On,” Trey noted that his friend Mary (from the song) was in the audience. “Heavy Things” was also played for Mary, as it too is about her. In keeping with the “Mary” theme, Trey repeatedly teased “Mary Had a Little Lamb” before “Heavy Things.”
“Bar 17,” “Mud City” and “Push On” featured Fernando Castillo on trumpet, Carlos Sosa on saxophone, Raul Vallejo on trombone, Ivan Neville on organ and Russell Remington on saxophone.  “Plasma” also featured Russell Remington. During the set-closing “Mud City,” each of the band members were introduced and took a subsequent solo.
This gig was part of the second annual Vegoose festival that also featured Phil & TreyTom Petty & The Heartbreakers, Widespread Panic and The Mars Volta, among many others. Mike took lead vocals on "Cumberland Blues" and "The Other One."
This gig was part of the second annual Vegoose festival that also featured Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, Widespread Panic, The Mars Volta, and The Rhythm Devils featuring Mickey Hart, Bill Kreutzmann, Jen Durkin, Steve Kimock and Mike Gordon. "Row Jimmy" featured Trey on lead vocals; Trey proclaimed "my bad" and restarted the song after he began the song in the wrong key. Mike Gordon sat in on banjo for "Back on the Train."
This gig was part of the "Vegoose at Night" series of shows held at venues throughout Vegas in conjunction with the main festival held at Sam Boyd Stadium. "The Other One" and "The Eleven" were performed instrumentally. Trey took lead vocals on "Wharf Rat."
Mike took lead vocals on "Cumberland Blues," "U.S. Blues" and "The Other One."
This late-night gig (10:30p ticket time) was part of the "Vegoose at Night" series. Robert Randolph and the Family Band opened. Robert Randolph sat in on pedal steel guitar for "Stone Free" and "46 Days," the latter also featuring Jason Crosby on keyboards. At several points throughout the show Trey again reminded us to "bet it all on 17!"
Mike took lead vocals on "U.S. Blues," "Revolution" (Los Lobos) and "Cumberland Blues." "Next Dimension" contained a "Help on the Way" tease from Steve.
Mike took lead vocals on "The Other One."
This show featured the TAB debut of The Jimi Hendrix Experience’s “Stone Free.” Towards the end of “Sand,” Trey introduced the band members and gave shout outs to several others both in attendance and not.
This live promotional appearance at the Twist & Shout independent record store featured Trey performing solo acoustic.
Mike took lead vocals on "Cumberland Blues" and "The Other One."
Skeeto Valdez sat in on drums for "Come As Melody." Trey performed "The Inlaw Josie Wales" through "Chalk Dust Torture" solo acoustic. "Wilson" was dedicated to then-University of Michigan quarterback Chad Henne, who had attended Wilson High School. This setlist is unconfirmed as recordings of the performance do not circulate.
This setlist is unconfirmed as recordings of the performance do not circulate.
Mike took lead vocals on "Cumberland Blues" and "Twist."
After the “First Tube” opener, Trey joked, “Thank you, good night!”
Mike took lead vocals on "Revolution" (Los Lobos) and "U.S. Blues."
“The Inlaw Josie Wales” through “Back on the Train” were performed solo, acoustic. “Cincinnati” was played as an early birthday present for Christina and featured Al Osborne on vocals.
Mike took lead vocals on "Cumberland Blues." Mike and Jen Durkin shared lead vocals for "The Other One."
After “Push On” Trey introduced drummer Jeff Sipe and dedicated “Goodbye Head” to Jeff’s children, who were in attendance. Trey performed “Sample” through “Hood” solo acoustic. Before “Hood” Trey playfully asked the crowd if they’d forgive him if he’d try the song they were asking for “as long as you don’t throw a bottle of beer at me if I mess up.” After “Hood” Trey offered a shout-out to Salsa’s, a nearby Mexican restaurant and a tribute to all the great shows he had performed in Asheville. This gig featured the debut of "Words to Wanda."
J. Willis Pratt and We're Bionic opened. There is no known setlist or circulating recording.
J. Willis Pratt and We're Bionic opened. There is no known setlist or circulating recording.
Before “Mud City” Trey mockingly introduced “Ashlee Simpson” and “Milli Vanilli.” “Mud City” then included an “I Want to Take You Higher” jam.
J. Willis Pratt and We're Bionic opened. There is no known setlist or circulating recording.
"46 Days" featured Josh Clark on guitar.
J. Willis Pratt and We're Bionic opened. There is no known setlist or circulating recording.
Mike joined TAB for "46 Days" through the end of the show.  At times, the jam preceding "First Tube" featured Trey on organ and Mike on lead guitar.

SET 1: Blue Jeans Pizza [1], The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down [2], Mexico [3] > Happy Hour Hero [4], Buster [1], Deal [5]

SET 2: New York City , Letter Home , The Pit > Opium > 32 Things , Recreational Chemistry

ENCORE: Understand , Godzilla

Page sat in on keyboards for the entire first set. Al Schneir did not play guitar during this show due to severe tendonits in his right hand and did not appear at all on several songs.  "Dixie Down," "Mexico," Happy Hour Hero," "New York City" and "Letter Home" featured Gordon Stone on pedal steel guitar. "Dixie Down," "Deal" and the last four songs of the second set all featured Adam Terrell (Assembly of Dust) on guitar.
This two-night run at Webster Hall doubled as the record release party for Bar 17.  "Bar 17," "Guyute" and "Divided Sky" were performed by Trey on acoustic guitar accompanied by a Don Hart-conducted string quintet. The string quintet accompanied all of TAB for “Goodbye Head.” "Guyute" was the orchestral version. This setlist is unconfirmed as recordings of the performance do not circulate.
This show consisted largely of improvised music performed by multiple combinations of musicians. The main participants for this show were: Fish (drums); Matt Butler (conductor, percussion); Steve Kimock (guitar); Jamie Janover (hammered dulcimer); Peter Apfelbaum (sax, flute, percussion); Jamie Masefield (mandolin); Jeff Coffin (sax); Asher Fulero (keyboards); Scott Law (guitar); and Reed Mathis (bass). 
This two-night run at Webster Hall doubled as the record release party for Bar 17. Tom Marshall provided vocals on the TAB debut of “Skip the Goodbyes,” an Amfibian original. “Love Is Freedom” and “Divided Sky” were performed by Trey on acoustic guitar accompanied by a Don Hart-conducted string quintet. The string quintet accompanied all of TAB for “Goodbye Head.” “Divided Sky” was played as a birthday present for Trey’s mom, who was in attendance. The crowd subsequently sang “Happy Birthday” to her during the pause in the song. The string quintet returned to accompany the full band from “Shadow” through “Cincinnati.”
This show consisted largely of improvised music (in addition to the songs listed above) performed by multiple combinations of musicians. The main participants for this show were: Fish (drums); Matt Butler (conductor, percussion); Steve Kimock (guitar); Jamie Janover (hammered dulcimer); Peter Apfelbaum (sax, flute, percussion); Jamie Masefield (mandolin); Jeff Coffin (sax); Asher Fulero (keyboards); Scott Law (guitar); and Reed Mathis (bass). 
Trey and his band were the musical guests on the Late Show with David Letterman
This show consisted largely of improvised music (including "Instant Karma!") performed by multiple combinations of musicians. The main participants for this show were: Fish (drums); Matt Butler (conductor, percussion); Steve Kimock (guitar); Jamie Janover (hammered dulcimer); Peter Apfelbaum (sax, flute, percussion); Jamie Masefield (mandolin); Jeff Coffin (sax); Asher Fulero (keyboards); Scott Law (guitar); and Reed Mathis (bass).  
This show consisted largely of improvised music performed by multiple combinations of musicians. The main participants for this show were: Fish (drums); Matt Butler (conductor, percussion); Julee Avallone (flute); Jamie Janover (hammered dulcimer); Peter Apfelbaum (sax, flute, percussion); Jamie Masefield (mandolin); Asher Fulero (keyboards); Scott Law (guitar); and Reed Mathis (bass).  
This show consisted largely of improvised music performed by multiple combinations of musicians. The main participants for this show were: Fish (drums); Matt Butler (conductor, percussion); Julee Avallone (flute); Jamie Janover (hammered dulcimer); Peter Apfelbaum (sax, flute, percussion); Jamie Masefield (mandolin); Asher Fulero (keyboards); Scott Law (guitar); and Reed Mathis (bass).  
This show consisted largely of improvised music performed by multiple combinations of musicians. The main participants for this show were: Fish (drums); Matt Butler (conductor, percussion); Julee Avallone (flute); Jamie Janover (hammered dulcimer); Peter Apfelbaum (sax, flute, percussion); Jamie Masefield (mandolin); Asher Fulero (keyboards); Scott Law (guitar); and Reed Mathis (bass). 

SET 1: The Neighborhood , Don't Worry Baby , Short Side of Nothing , The Town , Luz De Mi Vida , Angel Dance , Hold On , Georgia Slop , Chuco's Cumbia , Everybody Loves a Train , Kiko and the Lavender Moon , Let's Say Goodnight , I'm Gonna Be a Wheel Someday , Anselma , Marica Christina , The Road To Gila Bend [1], Mas y Mas [1], I Got Loaded [2], Not Fade Away [1] > Bertha [1]

ENCORE: Chains of Love , Don't Keep Me Wonderin'

Trey joined Los Lobos on guitar from "The Road to Gila Bend" through "Bertha."
Mike sat in with Little Feat for a brief improvosational jam.
This performance was part of the annual moe.down festival that also featured Grace Potter & The NocturnalsUmphrey's McGeePage McConnell (with Jon Fishman, Adam Zimmon, Jared Slomoff and Rob O'Dea); and, of course, moe.
This performance was part of the annual moe.down festival that also featured Grace Potter & The NocturnalsUmphrey's McGeeMike Gordon and Ramble Dove, and, of course, moe.

SET 1: Gozilla > Spine of a Dog > Plane Crash > Buster [1], Mexico [1], Blue Jeans Pizza [1], Good Trip > Wind It Up

ENCORE: Meat

Page sat in for "Buster," "Mexico" and "Blue Jeans Pizza." This show was part of moe.'s annual moe.down festival. Page's own band performed earlier in the day.
This performance was part of the Gathering of the Vibes that also featured Ratdog, Los Lobos, and Dark Star Orchestra, among many others. Mike sang on (the first verse only of) "The Other One." Bob Weir sat in on guitar for "Fire on the Mountain" and guitar and vocals for "GDTRFB." Donna Jean Godchaux added vocals for "GDTRFB."
Mike took lead vocals on "Revolution" (Los Lobos) and "The Other One." This setlist is unconfirmed.
"China Cat Sunflower" and "I Know You Rider" were performed instrumental. Mike took lead vocals on "The Other One" and "Revolution" (Los Lobos). This setlist is unconfirmed.
Mike took lead  vocals on "Revolution" (Los Lobos), "The Other One" and "Comes a Time." This setlist is unconfirmed.
This single set performance was as the opening act for Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers. Trey sat in during Petty's set for "Mystic Eyes." This setlist is unconfirmed as recordings of the performance do not circulate.
TAB sat in with Tom Petty for "Mystic Eyes on the last show TAB opened for Tom Petty on his 2006 summer tour.
This single set performance was as the opening act for Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers. This setlist is unconfirmed as recordings of the performance do not circulate.
This single set performance was as the opening act for Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers. This setlist is unconfirmed as recordings of the performance do not circulate.
This performance was part of the annual Evolve Festival.
This single set performance was as the opening act for Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers. This setlist is unconfirmed as recordings of the performance do not circulate.
This single set performance was as the opening act for Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers. This setlist is unconfirmed as recordings of the performance do not circulate.
This single set performance was as the opening act for Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers. This setlist is unconfirmed as recordings of the performance do not circulate.
This performance was part of the 10,000 Lakes Festival. Trey, Mike and Joe Russo played “Happy Birthday” for Marco Benevento and teased it again after “Mud City.” Marco teased “Chopsticks” before “Mud City.” “Uncle Albert” featured Trey on megaphone. “Wave the Ocean” through “Poor Heart” were performed by Trey on acoustic guitar and Mike on banjo. Marco was presented with a birthday cake before “Shine.” John Medeski sat in on keyboards and Mike played acoustic guitar for “Who Are You?” Trey sat in with Medeski, Martin and Wood during their late-night set. This was the final G.R.A.B. performance to date.
This performance was part of the 10,000 Lakes Festival.  Trey sat in for the songs listed above.  The full setlist can be found here.

SET 1: Play Pause Stop , Echo Park , Welcome Red , Paranoid Android , Soba , Walking Running Viking , Memphis , Hateframe , Sunny's Song , Becky [1] -> Foam [1] -> Lengthwise [1] -> Foam [1] -> Lengthwise [1] -> Becky [1] -> Foam [1]

This performance was part of the 10,000 Lakes Festival.  The crowd sang happy birthday to Marco before the set. Mike sat in with the Duo for the end of their set, beginning with "Becky."  
Benevento/Russo Duo opened. “Take Me Out to the Ballgame” (a G.R.A.B. debut), was played instrumental by the band with the crowd providing vocals (earlier in the day Trey had thrown out the first pitch at Wrigley Field). “TMOTTB” was subsequently teased by Trey during “Drifting,” “You’ve Got Me Floating,” “My Sweet One,” “On the Road Again,” and “Mud City.” “Hap-Nappy” featured a “Divided Sky” tease from Marco. “You’ve Got Me Floating” through “On the Road Again” were performed by Trey on acoustic guitar and Mike on banjo. This incomplete version of “My Sweet One” was a G.R.A.B. debut. "Who Are You?" featured Mike on acoustic guitar.
Benevento/Russo Duo opened. Trey teased "San-Ho-Zay" in "Mud City." The G.R.A.B. debut of “Billie Jean” (Michael Jackson) was performed instrumental and intertwined with the “Mud City” theme throughout. “You’ve Got Me Floating,” “On the Road Again” and “Wilson” were performed by Trey on acoustic guitar and Mike on banjo. “Wilson” was played in part in a bluegrass style with alternate lyrics "Cactus" instead of "Wilson" and was followed by a “we’re still having fun” jam. “Who Are You” featured Mike on acoustic guitar. This show was the only G.R.A.B. performance released as a LivePhish download
“Waste” through “Mexican Cousin” were performed by Trey on acoustic guitar and Mike on banjo. “Suskind Hotel” included a “Stairway to Heaven” tease from Trey. "Who Are You?" featured Mike on acoustic guitar. “These Eyes” (Guess Who) was a G.R.A.B. debut.
G.R.A.B. sat in for a mini-set at a private party with equipment provided by the house band, Grooveyard.
Benevento/Russo Duo opened. “More Pretty Girls Than One” through “On the Road Again” (Willie Nelson) were performed by Trey on acoustic guitar and Mike on banjo. “Poor Heart” and “On the Road Again” were G.R.A.B. debuts. 
Benevento/Russo Duo opened. “More Pretty Girls Than One” (Doc Watson) “You’ve Got Me Floating” (The Jimi Hendrix Experience) and “Mexican Cousin” (all G.R.A.B. debuts) were performed by Trey on acoustic guitar and Mike on banjo. “Mexican Cousin” was restarted after first being played in the wrong key. “Paranoid Android” (Radiohead), also a G.R.A.B. debut), started with just Benevento and Russo; they were joined by Trey and Mike at the end for the -> into “Who Are You?” that featured Mike on acoustic guitar.
This gig was part of the annual All Good Music Festival that also included The Disco Biscuits, Ween, Les Claypool, Galactic and many others. "Who Are You?" featured Mike on acoustic guitar. “Uncle Albert” featured Trey on megaphone. Trey sat in during Les Claypool’s set for “Mr. Oysterhead.” 

SET 1: Good Lovin' , They Love Each Other , Rueben & Cherise , Desire , Sugaree

SET 2: You've Got To Hide Your Love Away [1], Scarlet Begonias [1] > Viola Lee Blues [1] > Jam [2], Help on the Way [1] > Slipknot! [1] > Franklin's Tower [1] > Not Fade Away [1]

ENCORE: In the Midnight Hour

Benevento/Russo Duo and G.R.A.B. opened. Trey sat in with Phil & Friends for the entire second set and encore (Barry Sless did not play during the second set). Mike performed a bass duet with Phil after "Viola Lee Blues." Trey, Mike and Page all sat in for the “Midnight Hour” encore, marking one of the few instances during the "breakup" that three members of Phish appeared onstage together.
Benevento/Russo Duo opened, Phil Lesh & Friends closed. After “Trouble” Trey expressed how happy they were to be playing in Vermont and noted that this was the last night they would be playing with Phil Lesh & Friends. The end of “Uncle Albert” contained a “Stuck in the Middle with You” jam. “Who Are You?” featured Page on keyboards and Mike on acoustic guitar. Trey sat in with Phil & Friends for the entire second set and encore. Mike performed a bass duet with Phil during P&F’s second set. Trey, Mike and Page sat in for P&F’s “Midnight Hour” encore.
After thier performances with G.R.A.B. and Phil Lesh & Friends earlier in the evening at the Champlain Valley Exposition, Mike and Trey sat in with the Dave Grippo Funk Band for "Soul Power" and "The Chicken."

SET 1: Sitting on Top of the World > Loose Lucy > Shakedown on 9th Street , Mississippi Half-Step > The Weight

SET 2: Jam [1] > China Cat Sunflower [1] > Magnolia Mountain [1] > Terrapin Station [1] > Morning Dew [1] > The Wheel [1] > Fire on the Mountain [1]

ENCORE: Goin' Down the Road Feeling Bad [1]

Benevento/Russo Duo opened, G.R.A.B. closed. Trey sat in on guitar and vocals for the entire second set and encore in place of Barry Sless. Barry Sless re-joined the band for "GDTRFB."
Benevento/Russo Duo opened, Phil Lesh & Friends closed. After the debut of “Motion” Trey noted that “you know, we really fucked that up!” Trey dedicated “Happy Birthday” to a fan in the audience and said that they would play “the most beautiful version of ‘Happy Birthday’ ever played.” “Shine” contained a “Happy Birthday” tease. Trey sat in with Phil & Friends for the entire second set and encore.

SET 1: Shakedown Street > Cumberland Blues > This Wheel's On Fire , Candyman , I Know You Rider

SET 2: Uncle John's Band [1] > St. Stephen [1] > Mama Tried [1] > Dark Star [1] > High Time [1] > Turn On Your Love Light [1]

ENCORE: He's Gone [1] > Touch of Grey [1] > Box of Rain [1]

Benevento/Russo Duo and G.R.A.B. opened. Trey sat in on guitar and vocals for the entire second set and encore. Greg Osby sat out for "Uncle John's Band" through "High Time." The setlist for the second set (after "Uncle John's Band") was a nod to the Dead's performance at Woodstock nearly 37 years earlier, also in Bethel.
This gig featured Benevento/Russo Duo, G.R.A.B. and Phil Lesh & Friends. "Becky" (Benevento/Russo Duo) was a G.R.A.B. debut. “Uncle Albert” featured Trey on megaphone. “Who Are You” included a “Star Spangled Banner” tease, Mike on acoustic guitar, and assorted on-stage antics from Trey (“lighting his guitar on fire” a la Hendrix, and Pete Townshend-style windmills and faux guitar-smashing). Trey sat in for Phil’s entire second set that reprised the Grateful Dead’s set performed at Woodstock; the Bethel venue is at the site of the original 1969 Woodstock festival.
Benevento/Russo Duo opened, Phil Lesh & Friends closed. “Uncle Albert” featured Trey on megaphone. “Who Are You?” featured Mike on acoustic guitar.
Benevento/Russo Duo opened, Phil Lesh & Friends closed. Before “Uncle Albert” Trey noted that the only thing they had been listening to on the tour bus was Paul McCartney and Wings; “Uncle Albert” then featured Trey on megaphone. Trey sat in with Phil & Friends for the entire second set and encore.

SET 1: Jam > Playing in the Band , China Cat Sunflower -> Reuben & Cherise -> Let It Ride , Big River -> Sugaree

SET 2: Scarlet Begonias [1] -> Fire on the Mountain [1] -> Dark Star [2] -> The Other One [1], Stella Blue [1], Not Fade Away [1]

ENCORE: U.S. Blues [1]

Benevento/Russo Duo and G.R.A.B. opened. Trey sat in on guitar and vocals for the entire second set and encore in place of Barry Sless.
Benevento/Russo Duo opened, Phil Lesh & Friends closed. “The Beltless Buckler” was a G.R.A.B. debut. "Dragonfly" contained "Happy Birthday" teases; mid-song Trey said "Happy Birthday to Ben, this last jam is for you." Mike sat in with Phil & Friends on electric banjo for “Brown Eyed Women” and “Next Time You See Me.” Trey sat in with Phil & Friends for the entire second set and “GDTRFB” during the encore.

SET 1: Doin' That Rag , Deep Elem Blues , Brown-Eyed Women [1], Next Time You See Me [1], The Golden Road (To Unlimited Devotion)

SET 2: All Along the Watchtower [2] > St. Stephen [2] > Help on the Way [2] > Slipknot! [2] > Nobody Girl [2] > China Doll [2] > Nobody Girl [2] > I Know You Rider [2] > Slipknot! [2] > Franklin's Tower [2]

ENCORE: Goin' Down the Road Feeling Bad [2], Box of Rain

Benevento/Russo Duo opened, G.R.A.B. closed. Mike sat in on banjo for "Brown-Eyed Women" and "Next Time You See Me." Trey sat in on guitar and vocals for the entire second set and encore (other than "Box of Rain") in place of Barry Sless.
Benevento/Russo Duo opened, G.R.A.B. closed. Trey sat in on guitar and vocals for the entire second set and encore in place of Barry Sless.
Benevento/Russo Duo, then Phil Lesh & Friends opened. “Uncle Albert” featured Trey on megaphone. This show featured the G.R.A.B. debuts of "Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey" (Paul and Linda McCartney) and “Stuck in the Middle with You” (Stealers Wheel).
Benevento/Russo Duo opened, Phil Lesh & Friends closed. “Sweet Dreams Melinda” and “Who Are You?” (The Who) were G.R.A.B. debuts. "Who Are You?" featured Mike on acoustic guitar. Trey sat in with Phil & Friends for “The Wheel,” “Not Fade Away” and “Casey Jones.”

SET 1: Let the Good Times Roll > Sitting On Top of the World , Dire Wolf , Peaceful Valley > Peggy-O , Althea

SET 2: New Speedway Boogie > Jam > He's Gone > Uncle John's Band , Unbroken Chain , Morning Dew , The Wheel [1] > Not Fade Away [1]

ENCORE: Casey Jones [1]

Benevento/Russo Duo and G.R.A.B. opened. Trey sat in on guitar and vocals for "The Wheel," "Not Fade Away," and "Casey Jones."

SET 1: Jam -> Truckin' -> Cumberland Blues [1], Big River [1], Stagger Lee -> Sugaree

SET 2: Playing in the Band -> Eyes of the World > Magnolia Mountain , Turn On Your Lovelight , Help on the Way > Slipknot! > Franklin's Tower [2]

ENCORE: Goin' Down the Road Feeling Bad [2]

Benevento/Russo Duo opened, G.R.A.B. closed. Mike sat in on banjo for "Cumberland Blues" and "Big River." Trey sat in on guitar for "Franklin's Tower" and "GDTRFB."
Benevento/Russo Duo then Phil Lesh & Friends opened. This show featured the G.R.A.B. debuts of "Plasma," “Get Back” (The Beatles), “Shine,” “Coming Up Roses” (Elliott Smith) and “Communication Breakdown” (Led Zeppelin).
Benevento/Russo Duo and G.R.A.B. opened. Trey sat in for "All Along the Watchtower," the entire second set and the encore.
Benevento/Russo Duo opened, Phil Lesh & Friends closed. “Host Across the Potomac” was a G.R.A.B. debut and “Hap-Nappy” was a debut.
Benevento/Russo Duo, then Phil Lesh & Friends opened. "Sleep Again," "Car Carrier Blues" and "Tuesday" were G.R.A.B. debuts.
Mike & The Duo were scheduled to open for Phil Lesh & Friends; due to travel difficulties P&F performed their two-set show first and Mike & The Duo closed the show. The jam that preceeded "Foam" contained "Foam" themes from Mike. "Mike's Song" was performed instrumental.
Trey sat in on guitar during this late-night show following TAB's performance at the Jazz Aspen Snowmass festival earlier in the evening.
This show was part of the Jazz Aspen Snowmass Festival. "Invisible" and "Brian and Robert" were performed as a trio with Trey on acoustic and Jen and Christina adding backing vocals. Trey performed "Waste" solo, acoustic.
This single set performance was as the opening act for Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers. This setlist is unconfirmed as recordings of the performance do not circulate.
This single set performance was as the opening act for Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers. This setlist is unconfirmed as recordings of the performance do not circulate.
This single set performance was as the opening act for Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers. This setlist is unconfirmed as recordings of the performance do not circulate.
This late-night performance was part of the annual Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival and was billed as the “Bonnaroo Superjam.” “Suskind Hotel,” "Seasons” and “Trouble” were debuts; all of the remaining songs were G.R.A.B. debuts. Phil Lesh played bass with Mike on guitar for “Casey Jones;” Phil performed on a second bass for “GDTRFB.” Before “Casey Jones” Phil noted that “there will be no trampolines on this stage tonight!” Trey had performed with TAB earlier in the evening warming up for Tom Petty in Maryland Heights, MO. 
This single set performance was as the opening act for Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers. This setlist is unconfirmed as recordings of the performance do not circulate.
This first Oysterhead performance in almost five years took place at the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival that also featured Radiohead, Phil Lesh & Friends and Tom Petty among many others. 
The performance was part of the annual Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival that also featured Oysterhead, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, Umphrey's McGee, Beck and Radiohead, among many others. The set took place in This Tent.
This single set performance was as the opening act for Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers. This setlist is unconfirmed as recordings of the performance do not circulate.
This single set performance was as the opening act for Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers.
This single set performance was as the opening act for Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers.
This single set performance was as the opening act for Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers. This setlist is unconfirmed as recordings of the performance do not circulate.
This performance was part of the annual Mountain Jam festival that also featured Gov't Mule, MMW, Benevento/Russo Duo, My Morning Jacket and Robert Randolph and The Family Band, among many others. Mark Spencer sat in on additional guitar for "Semi-Truck" and "I Got Loaded." Marco Benevento sat in on additional keyboards for "Just Someone I Used to Know" through the end of the show.
Grace Potter & The Nocturnals opened. Mark Mercier provided additional keyboards on "Ain't No Grave," "Juanita," "Big Iron" and "Milwaukee Here I Come."
This show – billed as "Honky-Tonk the Vote" – was a benefit for the (successful) Bernie Sanders for U.S. Senate campaign. Grace Potter & The Nocturnals opened. Fishman sat in on a second drum kit from "Weekly Time" through the end of the show. Page sat in on additional keyboards for "Just Someone I Used to Know" and "I Washed My Hands in Muddy Water." Joe Clearly sat in on fiddle from "Honky Tonkin'" through the end of the show, excepting "King of Broken Hearts." Chris Michetti sat in on additional guitar on "Blame It On My Heart" through "Gone Gone Gone." "Mystery Train" featured Grace Potter and The Nocturnals; Grace Potter provided additional vocals for "I Shall Be Released." Tom Cleary provided additional keyboards for "King of Broken Hearts." Dan Archer sat in on additional guitar for "Baby I'm Ready" and "Bowling Green."
Grace Potter & The Nocturnals opened. Trey sat in on guitar from "I Got Loaded" through "Possum."
Grace Potter & The Nocturnals opened. "Jackson" (Billy Edd Wheeler) featured Grace Potter on vocals.
This was the first public performance of Ramble Dove. Grace Potter & The Nocturnals opened. This gig featured the debuts of the Mike Gordon originals "Ramble Dove" and "Loosening Up the Rules." Mark Mercier sat in on keyboards for "About Time" and "Columbus Stockade Blues."
Mike sat in with Gov't Mule for "Banks of the Deep End." This show was part of UVM's Springfest.
This show featured the debuts of “If You’re Walking,” “Shadow” and “A Case of Ice and Snow.” “Burlap Sack,” Mr. Completely,” “Plasma,” “Cayman,” and “Simple Twist.” featured Russell Remington on saxophone. During “Heavy Things” Trey pointed out that the real Mary (from the song) was in attendance. “Low” contained a “Can’t You Hear Me Knocking” jam.
“Sleep Again” and “Wherever You Find It” were duets featuring Trey on acoustic and Ray on piano. “Invisible,” “Shine” and “Flock of Words” were performed by Trey on acoustic, Ray on piano and Jen and Christina on backing vocals. This show featured the debuts of “Dragonfly,” “Let Me Lie” and “Mud City.” “Mud City” was dedicated to everyone heading down to Jazz Fest. Russell Remington and Dave Grippo sat in for the second set and encore (excepting “Drifting”).
This free outdoor show by The Mutaytor was part of the innagural Green Apple Music Festival. Mike played bass for the whole show that featured a diverse lineup of guests, including the only known collaboration between a member of Phish and Walter Cronkite, who sat in on percussion.
This performance was part of the 6th annual Jammys award ceremony, hosted by Mickey Hart and Bill Kreutzmann. In addition to the performers listed, The Rhythm Devils were joined by additional vocalists, percussionists, and for "Voodoo Child" an unidentified female dancer. This gig also included Zappa Plays Zappa, Little Feat, Blues Traveler, Peter Frampton, Chick Corea, Joe Satriani, and many others.
This gig – the first billed as The Rhythm Devils – was part of the Green Apple Music Festival. This setlist is unconfirmed as recordings do not circulate. "2001" featured the song's author, Eumir Deodato. The "Percussion Parade" featured the band and audience processing to the street to "Not Fade Away."
This gig (and the previous night) were part of the Third Annual Pangaea Project Benefit, and featured music, poetry, and multimedia presentations. The show consisted largely of improvised music performed by multiple combinations of musicians, including, notably, a rendition of "You Enjouy Myself." The main participants for the two shows were: Fish (drums); Matt Butler (conductor, percussion); Tony Furtado (banjo, guitar); Kai Ekhardt (bass); Tye North (bass); Jason Hann (percussion); Jamie Masefield (mandolin); Reggie Watts (vocals); Asher Fulero (keyboards); Scott Law (guitar); Horns from the March Fourth Marching Band; and the Axé Didé Music and Dance Group. 
This gig (and the following night) were part of the Third Annual Pangaea Project Benefit, and featured music, poetry, and multimedia presentations. The show consisted largely of improvised music performed by multiple combinations of musicians, including, notably, a rendition of "You Enjouy Myself." The main participants for the two shows were: Fish (drums); Matt Butler (conductor, percussion); Tony Furtado (banjo, guitar); Kai Ekhardt (bass); Tye North (bass); Jason Hann (percussion); Jamie Masefield (mandolin); Reggie Watts (vocals); Asher Fulero (keyboards); Scott Law (guitar); Horns from the March Fourth Marching Band; and the Axé Didé Music and Dance Group. 

SET 1: Best Reason To Buy The Sun , Echo Park , Welcome Red , Becky , Sunny's Song , Mephisto , Soba , Something For Rockets , The Three Question Marks [1], 9 x 9 , What Is and What Should Never Be , Walking Running Viking , Hate Frame , Memphis , Play Pause Stop

ENCORE: Mike's Song [2], Jam [3]

Fish joined the Duo for "The Three Question Marks," prompting Marco to remark, "We've succsesfully played with all four of them now."  "Mike's Song" featured Mike, Fish and Brad Barr and contained "Wilson" and "Third Stone From the Sun" teases.  Jamie Masefield and Mike Mavridoglou joined for the ensuing jam, which also featured "Weekapaug" and "L.A. Woman" teases. Earlier in the show, Brad Barr sat in on "Sunny's Song," "Mephisto" and "What Is and What Should Never Be."
Fish sat in for the "Drums" segment of moe.'s snoe.down festival. Fish also appeared with the Everyone Orchestra earlier in the evening.
This show, which consisted largely of improvised music, was part of the snoe.down festival. The main participants for this performance were Fish (drums), Matt Butler (conductor), Steve Kimock (guitar), Gordon Stone (pedal steel guitar), Jamie Masefield (mandolin), Samantha Stottenweck- (acoustic guitar, vocals), Mike Sugar (bass), Vinnie Amico (percussion), Jim Loughlin (percussion, bass), Trevor Garrod (keyboards), Al Schnier (synth), Peter Apfelbaum (sax, flute, percussion). Special Guests included Nate Wilson (keyboards), Reid Genauer (vocals) and Rob Derhak (bass).  Fish also played with moe. later in the evening.
Mike joined RAQ on bass for a version of ZZ Top's "Cheap Sunglasses."
This in-studio performance with a small live audience was for XM Radio's "Artist Confidential" series, hosted by the late George Taylor Morris. The performance first aired on 5/1/06. Trey performed all songs solo acoustic, with interview segments interspered between each song. This performance marked the debut of "In Spirals"; Trey introduced the song by it's original name, "Sweet Peace."
Trey sat in for the whole show in place of Barry Sless. This show took place on the tail end of The Blizzard of 2006. "In the Midnight Hour" featured Danny Clinch on harmonica.
Page sat in on keyboards with Frogg Cafe for the show-closing "Also Sprach Zarathustra."
Page sat in for the entire show with the Spam All-Stars.

SET 1: Two Step , Old Dirt Hill , #41 , Warehouse , Everyday [1] > Bathtub Gin [1], Get On The Boat [1], Waste [1]

This performance was part of the Caribbean Cruise Getaway. "Two Step" through "#41" were performed by Dave and Tim Reynolds, acoustic. "Warehouse" was performed by Dave, Tim Reynolds and Brian Blade. "Everyday" through "Waste" were performed by Dave and Trey, acoustic.
This performance was part of the Caribbean Cruise Getaway; it took place in A Chorus Line Theater. Bob Weir sat in on guitar and vocals for "Iko Iko."
This beach-side performance was part of the Caribbean Cruise Getaway. The first set was performed acoustic by Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds (no Trey). Torrential rains forced this gig to end prematurely after "Oh."
Trey and his band were the musical guests on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson. Trey was originally sheduled to appear on the show on December 12, 2005, but was bumped.
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