Soundcheck: work on Susskind Hotel, work on Live and Let Die, work on Susskind Hotel, Mother's Song, work on Traveled Too Far, work on The Grid, work on Live and Let Die, Miss You (The Rolling Stones), work on Live and Let Die

SET 1: Say Something , Daisy Hill Grove , Susskind Hotel [1] > Mother's Song > Susskind Hotel , Morphing Again -> The Field > How Do I Know

SET 2: Sugar Shack , Angatta > Peel , Meat > Sleep to Dream , Tiny Little World , Different World

ENCORE: Black Tambourine > Check Your Pepper

After "Daisy Hill Grove," Mike brought his daughter Tessa out on stage to help toss out tiny hands to the crowd, bring out trophies to the band members, and help the band toss ping pong balls to the audience. She continued to toss out the ping pong balls as the band started up Susskind Hotel. "Sleep to Dream" included a "Linus and Lucy" tease and Mike quoted "Black Tambourine" in "Check Your Pepper."
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Review by nickavv

nickavv This review will constitute my review for all three nights of the Sinclair run. Mike band is really just killing it and you need to see them ASAP. John Kimock is young and full of energy and his drumming never lets up, pushing the jams forward in interesting and always danceable ways. Craig Myers's percussion adds a lot of flavor to the sound, and Robert Walter's synth work adds a modern dimension that is sometimes missing from Phish's more old-school rock sound.
Then of course there's Murawski who shreds like there's no tomorrow, and Mike needs no introduction.
The songwriting is great, the jams are great, the intimate venues are great, Mike's awkward stage banter is great, just go see Mike band!
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