Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. Between Mike’s Song and Simple, a dozen or so members of a girls soccer team took the stage for a cheer. Foreplay/Long Time was performed acoustic.
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Debut Years (Average: 1989)

This show was part of the "1994 Fall Tour"

Show Reviews

, attached to 1994-10-08

Review by CForbin

CForbin Way cool show. Thanks to the Rodgers crew for hosting, all the MSM phishers were in the house for this show & the boys played a good one. Lot's of cheering & singing along, as the tape tells - maybe it's the venue. Highlights include a super sweet Lawnboy & as I recall a stellar Antelope to close out set 1. w/ Trey wailing like crazy. I was dancing hard in the entrance to one of the tunnels, apparently there was a light above me & all my buddies could see me clear across the theatre, we laughed about it later how I was dancing so hard & running like a skinny Antelope.
I felt they really peaked w/ Antelope & picked up where they left off in set 2 w/ 2001/Sample/Rift/Mike's (stupid girls soccer team, sorry girls) >Mikes/ Fluffhead! PR was ok, don't remember the Hood but I bet it rocked. I recall the Long Time being awesome, and how can you not love a good old Rocky Top encore? This show left a permagrin, and I definitely wore this tape out from overplay.
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Review by brendan

brendan This was a great show, really really great...the second time they played "guyute." the girls soccer team--i was right next to the stage--was something the caused a large wave of laughter
, attached to 1994-10-08

Review by Jevers

Jevers Had no idea they played my hometown. If only I was a phan when I was 6.
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Hambone: January 14, 2018
4 days ago
Bayside Bowl

Set 1: Petty Soul Gem[1], Jefferson's Blues[1], Love Slip Upon Ya[1], Right Place, Wrong Time[1], Yes We Can[1], Ain't No Change[1], Soul Power[1], Do It Like You Do[1], Musicology[1], Controversy[1]

[1] With Fish on drums, Nicholas Thompson-Brown on saxophone, Frank Hopkins on rhythm guitar and organ, and Dave Noyse on trombone.

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