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This show featured the Oysterhead debuts of White Room, Those Damned Blue-Collar Tweekers, and First Tube. Mr. Oysterhead contained Them Changes teases and lyrics. First Tube began with a Southbound Pachyderm tease from Les.

This was the first Oysterhead performance in almost 14 years and featured the Oysterhead debuts of Voices Inside My Head and 46 Days. Little Faces included Machine Gun (Jimi Hendrix) teases. Les teased Tommy The Cat in Mr. Oysterhead. Rubberneck Lions began with a Too Many Puppies tease from Les. Les teased The Toys Go Winding Down and The Star Spangled Banner in Army's On Ecstasy. Trey teased L.A. Woman in 46 Days. Owner of the World included Jean Pierre and Smoke on the Water teases.

This show was webcast via Live Phish and simulcast on Sirius radio. This show featured the Phish debut of Sightless Escape. Stray Dog was sung as "Plague Dog," a reference to an outbreak of plague (carried by fleas on prairie dogs) in the Commerce City area. MFMF didn't contain the "Myfe" ending. Birds of a Feather included a The Birds quote.Tweezer included Fuego teases and quotes. Also Sprach Zarathustra included a Jean Pierre tease by Trey. Chalk Dust Torture was unfinished.

This show was webcast via Live Phish and featured the first Access Me since July 1, 2012 (275 shows). Trey teased The Little Drummer Boy in Ghost. The lyrics in 46 Days were changed to "Taste the fear, for the plague is drawing near" as a reference to an outbreak of plague in the Commerce City area. Weekapaug Groove and Down with Disease were unfinished.

This show was webcast via Live Phish. Can't Always Listen was performed for the first time since December 30, 2015 (142 shows) and included a Long Tall Glasses tease from Page. Free's lyrics were changed to "flea" as a reference to an outbreak of plague transferred by fleas to prairie dogs in the Commerce City area. Trey teased NMINML in Back on the Train. Trey teased Tired of Waiting for You In Everything's Right. As a further nod to the outbreak, Amie by Pure Prairie League was the postshow music.

SET 1: Spanish Moon


During a late night post-Phish-show set by a band led by George Porter, Jr. (promoted as "The Phunk Sessions"), and that included Robert Walter (keys) and Turkuaz members Michelangelo Carubba (drums), Craig Brodhead (guitar) and Shira Elias (vocals), as well as The Motet members Lyle Divinsky (vocals), Drew Sayers (sax) and Parris Fleming (trumpet)  (vocals), Mike Gordon sat in on bass for Spanish Moon, which also featured Joey Porter (of The Motet) on keys with Robert Walter.

This show featured the TAB debut of The Green Truth. Summer of '89 was performed by Trey solo acoustic and dedicated to his wife Sue on their 25th wedding anniversary.

This show featured the TAB debut of Sightless Escape. Strange Design and Mountains in the Mist were performed by Trey solo acoustic.

This entire show was performed by Trey solo acoustic and featured the debuts of Sigma Oasis and Sunset Days. Trey teased Sunset Days before Talk.

This entire show was performed by Trey solo acoustic and featured the first Trey acoustic performance of Glide II. Snowflakes in the Sand was performed by Trey for the first time since May 17, 1999 and Glide II was performed for the first time by any member of Phish since May 16, 1995. This setlist is unconfirmed.

This show was webcast via Live Phish. Mellow Mood was played for the first time since August 9, 2011 (257 shows). MFMF didn't contain the "Myfe" ending. Golden Age began with Manteca teases.

This show was webcast via Live Phish. Free contained Eminence Front teases from Trey. Trey teased Under Pressure in Ghost. Crossyed contained a Bags' Groove tease from Trey and an On Your Way Down tease from Mike. Trey teased Mona Lisa (Ray Evans and Jay Livingston) in Simple. Trey teased How High the Moon before No Men In No Man's Land.

This show was webcast for free via Live Phish. Birds of a Feather contained a The Birds quote. The Wedge contained a Stash tease. Down With Disease was unfinished. Trey teased Undermind in Possum. Page teased Blue Monk in Suzy.

This show was webcast via Live Phish. Limb By Limb contained a We're Off to See the Wizard tease by Trey. 

This show was webcast via Live Phish. Ghost contained NMINML teases and quotes.

Trey, Joey Dosik, and Cory Wong joined Vulfpeck on stage for "Rango" and "Will You Be There," before performing with his own band later in the evening.

This performance was part of the A Prairie Home Companion series and featured Trey on acoustic guitar, Chris Thile on mandolin, Aoife O'Donovan on vocals, Rich Dworsky on keys, Chris Eldridge on guitar, Brittany Haas on fiddle, Paul Kowert on bass, and Ted Poor on drums. Other performers were The Staves and Tig Notaro.

This show was webcast via LivePhish. Trey teased San-Ho-Zay during Weekapaug and teased Crosseyed during Steam, Piper, Light, First Tube and Walls of the Cave. Piper featured a Fishman-driven improvisation with Trey on Marimba Lumina and Mike and Page on percussion. Piper, Light, First Tube, and Walls of the Cave also included Crosseyed quotes.

This show was webcast via LivePhish. Simple featured Trey on Marimba Lumina. Squirming Coil ended with Trey, Fish, and finally Page walking off, leaving Mike to take a bass solo to finish the song for the first time in Phish history.

Soundcheck: Mercury -> Low Rider Jam -> Camel Walk, Waiting All Night, Swingtown Jam

SET 1: Ghost, No Men In No Man's Land, Breath and Burning, Undermind, Heavy Things, Stash, Ass Handed[1] > The Wedge, Alaska > 46 Days

SET 2: Run Like an Antelope, Mercury > Seven Below > Birds of a Feather, Wombat, Tweezer > Runaway Jim > Suzy Greenberg[2]

ENCORE: Bug > Tweezer Reprise


This show was webcast via LivePhish. Mike teased Bike before Heavy Things and Light Up or Leave Me Alone before Stash. Fish performed the first part of Ass Handed in a swing style. Trey teased Stash during The Wedge. The Birds was quoted at the end of Birds of a Feather. Runaway Jim contained a Seven Below tease. Suzy featured Trey on Marimba Lumina.

This show was webcast via LivePhish and featured several bustouts: The Landlady (last played December 3, 1994, or 768 shows), Birdwatcher (June 28, 2012, 134 shows), Keyboard Army (December 14, 1995, 684 shows), and Once in a Lifetime (October 31, 1996, 634 shows). Scent of a Mule and NO2 featured Fish on Marimba Lumina. Frankenstein featured Page on keytar. Down with Disease and Harpua were unfinished.  Piper included a quote of Rockin' Down the Highway from Fish with "rollin'" sung instead of "rockin.'" Harpua, After Midnight, Keyboard Army, and Your Pet Cat included narration about Jimmy being a guy from the east coast coming west, having a breathing problem, and needing an oxygen tank (with Trey sucking from an oxygen tank). Trey then said Jimmy started to feel strange and wondered if he should've gotten that oxygen tank in the parking lot after the Phish show. Harpua also contained a Glass Onion quote with Trey saying "the Walrus was Page." Your Pet Cat included narration from Mike about eating Poster Nutbag and finished with a portion of Harpua. Once in a Lifetime contained Harpua quotes. This show featured the Phish debut of United We Stand. During Harpua, Trey mentioned that people writing down the setlist would want to only count Harpua once (by doing this, the encore spelled out THANK YOU).

This show was webcast via LivePhish. Trey teased It's Ice and Call to the Post before Split Open and Melt and Dave's Energy Guide during Rock and Roll. Chalk Dust included teases of The Birds by Trey and Fish and was unfinished. Trey announced "Let Leo pick" before the encore, and Page thanked the crowd while the band began to play Page's selection, Sleeping Monkey. 

This show was webcast via LivePhish. Wolfman's was unfinished. Bike was last played June 28, 2012 (132 shows). The soundcheck's Undermind contained a Streets of Cairo tease from Trey.

This show was webcast via LivePhish. Trey teased The Munsters theme before Chalk Dust, Tweezer in Sand, and What's The Use? in Piper. The first jam in the soundcheck contained a London Bridge is Falling tease from Mike and the second jam contained Flash Light teases.

This show was webcast via LivePhish. The second set was preceded by Call to the Post teases. Down with Disease contained What's the Use? teases and was unfinished. Trey teased Streets of Cairo in Carini. Following The Horse, the band acted as if the show was over before starting to play Silent in the Morning. Trey then explained that by pretending to not play Silent and end the show, they were making a joke, given their not playing The Horse to precede Silent in recent versions. Having to explain this "joke" prompted Trey to tell the story of performing In A Hole back in the 1980s. Fish suggested they play In A Hole, but Trey said he could not remember it. He agreed to sing the chorus, however, and sang part of it briefly (emphasizing the pun on the "a hole" lyric) while Fish and Page played a small part of the music of the song's chorus. "It's just as funny as it was 30 years ago," Page noted. "Thank you for laughing." Fluffhead contained a Dave's Energy Guide tease.

This show was webcast via LivePhish. The initial letter of the first ten songs spelled Lushington, which had won a 2014 online poll to determine the best Phish song by Rolling Stone magazine. However, the eleventh song was Ha Ha Ha, after which Trey announced "You asked, we delivered. Simple as that." Suzy Greenberg featured Jennifer Hartswick on trumpet and Natalie Cressman on trombone. Simple contained a San-Ho-Zay tease from Trey. In the soundcheck, Trey teased Owner of a Lonely Heart before the full band jam.

"Spock's Brain" contained a "Theme from Star Trek" tease by Tom. "Hap-Nappy" included a "Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring" tease by Tom.

This show was webcast via LivePhish and featured the Phish debut of On the Road Again. Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. Bathtub Gin contained DEG teases from Trey. Chalk Dust was unfinished and contained Manteca teases from Trey and Page. Light included teases of 50 Ways to Leave Your Lover from Fish.

This show was webcast via LivePhish. Prior to Heavy Things, Trey noted that it shared the same chords as Icculus, but had very different lyrics. This show featured the Phish debut of Easy To Slip. Sand included an Also Sprach Zarathustra tease from Fish. Hood and Silent were unfinished. This show featured the first performance of Oh Sweet Nuthin' since August 15, 2010 (120 shows). Continuing a tradition of wordplay at shows performed at Dick's, the first letters of the songs played at this show in reverse order revealed the message "Most Shows Spell Something."

This show was webcast via LivePhish. Bathtub Gin contained a Soul Shakedown Party tease from Mike. At the end of Hood, Trey noted that it was the last set of tour, thanked everyone for an "absolutely joyous summer," then pantomimed crying and said "I don't want to go home." Trey added that "We'd also like to say, 'fuck your face'."  The soundcheck Jam contained a Three Little Birds quote by Mike and a Don't Worry Be Happy quote by Trey. 

This show was webcast via LivePhish. Antelope opened a show for the first time since January 26, 1990 (1,265 shows). Light included repeated Mercy Mercy Mercy (Joe Zawinul) teases by Page. Fish returned for the encore with a banana, causing Trey to fill time by remarking that Fish almost passed out from rocking so hard during the second set. Therefore, he was handed a banana backstage to revive him. Trey asked the crowd to picture Fish in his dress with a banana, before performing Sleeping Monkey. The soundcheck's Long Cool Woman contained Telegram Sam (T. Rex) quotes.

Soundcheck: Dog Log, Blues Jam, Ginseng Sullivan, Friday

SET 1: First Tube, Uncle Pen, Carini > Kill Devil Falls, You Enjoy Myself[1], Ocelot, Undermind

SET 2: Runaway Jim[2] > Farmhouse > Alaska, Chalk Dust Torture[2] > Emotional Rescue > Fuck Your Face

ENCORE: Grind, Meatstick


This show was webcast via LivePhish. The first letters of the songs of this show spelled out "Fuck Your Face" before Fuck Your Face itself was played. Before You Enjoy Myself, Page said "We are so happy to be back in this place, thank you guys so much. We love Dick's, we do." The crowd responded by chanting "We love Dick's."  The You Enjoy Myself vocal jam was based around a "We Love Dick's" theme with different band members' names inserted. Ocelot included a Crosseyed and Painless tease. Prior to the second set, Trey wished Matty from the Waterwheel table a happy birthday. Runaway Jim and Chalk Dust were unfinished. Emotional Rescue was played for the first time since September 30, 2000 (236 shows). Fuck Your Face contained an Emotional Rescue quote.

This show featured Trey performing with The Colorado SymphonyScott Dunn conducting with orchestration by Don Hart.

Soundcheck: 50 Ways To Leave Your Lover Jam, The Way It Goes (attempted multiple times) [Unconfirmed and Possibly Incomplete]

SET 1: Maze, Back on the Train > Rift > Bathtub Gin, The Way It Goes[1], Halfway to the Moon, Gumbo, Halley's Comet > Tube > Timber (Jerry The Mule) > Roses Are Free > Chalk Dust Torture

SET 2: Rock and Roll -> Come Together[2] -> Twist -> Piper[3] > Harry Hood > Roggae > Ghost -> Guy Forget -> Ghost, Walls of the Cave

ENCORE: Backwards Down the Number Line


This show was webcast via LivePhish. This show featured the first Maze opener since December 9, 1995 (536 shows), the first Come Together (albeit incomplete) since December 8, 1995 (537 shows), and the first Guy Forget since October 1, 2000 (199 shows). Back on the Train contained a brief Sneakin' Sally tease from Trey. Bathtub Gin contained Low Rider teases from Trey and Twist subsequently contained a brief Low Rider tease/jam. The Phish debut of Gillian Welch's The Way It Goes included a Streets of Cairo tease from Page. Tube featured an Oriental Riff tease by Trey. Towards the end of Chalk Dust, Trey made an "Ssssssss" sound, referring to Friday, September 2, 2011's "S" songtitled show. Piper featured Page on theremin. Ghost contained Oye Como Va teases. After Guy Forget, the end of Ghost contained a Guy Forget quote. Walls of the Cave featured Rock and Roll quotes from Page.

Soundcheck: Brown Eyed Girl, Sweet Virginia, Low Rider, Jam (with "On Broadway" and "Close To You" with lyric alteration shout outs to production staff.) [Unconfirmed and Possibly Incomplete]

SET 1: Possum, The Moma Dance > The Wedge, Ocelot > Divided Sky, Funky Bitch, Axilla > Llama, Fast Enough for You, Wolfman's Brother

SET 2: Down with Disease[1] -> Tweezer > Golden Age > Limb By Limb, Kill Devil Falls > Also Sprach Zarathustra > Light > Julius > Cavern > Run Like an Antelope

ENCORE: Sleeping Monkey > Tweezer Reprise


This show was webcast via LivePhish. Llama included a Streets of Cairo tease. Mike teased the Brady Bunch theme before Disease, which was unfinished. Tweezer included multiple teases of Green-Eyed Lady by Page in the composed intro section, and a tease of Golden Age by Fish in the jam segment. Light, Antelope, and Tweezer Reprise contained Disease teases from Trey. Light also contained Dirt teases from Mike. Trey said, "We'd like to play a song that begins with the letter 'S'" prior to Sleeping Monkey.

This show was webcast via LivePhish and was brought to you by the letter "S." Sparks was played for the first time since November 29, 1996 (463 shows). Sweet Adeline was played for the first time since August 1, 1999 (285 shows). Silent was played without the Horse for the first time since December 13, 1999 (251 shows). Sabotage was played for the first time since November 21, 1998 (318 shows). Scents did not have the intro. Sanity contained Running Away (Bob Marley) quotes from Fish.

Mike intrdoced the Leo Kottke original "Balloon" as a tribute to Leo, and offered that any audience member who could write a book report about what this song was about would get free tickets to the next five shows! Dumpstaphunk members Tony Hall, Ivan Neville, Ian Neville, and Raymond Weber sat in on "Jaded" though the end of the first set as well as the entire encore.

Victor Wooten sat in on a second bass guitar for "Meat," "Sailin' Shoes" and "Crumblin' Bones." This gig featured the debut of Mike's original "Flashback."

An incomplete "Mound" ended the first set, was completed to begin the second set, and then was reprised later in the second set including a "Got My Mojo Working" tease. "Susskind Hotel" contained "Rock On" (David Essex) quotes.

The first set was Trey solo acoustic except "Wading" (Trey acoustic with Jen and Natalie), "Stealing Time" (Trey acoustic with Jen, Natalie, and Russ Remmington), "Hey Ya!" (Trey acoustic with full TAB), and "Push On" (electric TAB).

Trey performed "Farmhouse" through "Strange Design" solo acoustic. "Lawn Boy" featured Trey on acoustic with Russell and Tony; "Let Me Lie" featured Trey on acoustic with Jen and Natalie on backing vocals. "Heavy Things" and "Liquid Time" featured Trey on acoustic with full TAB; the balance of the show was full electric TAB. After "Farmhouse" Trey noted that it was great to be in Denver, where if he wanted any nugs he could just go a few doors down the block and buy some. "Timber (Jerry)" was a Trey debut. Before the Trey debut of "Tube" Trey told the story of the common origin of "Tube" and "Gumbo:" he and Fish were roomates in 1985, where Fish would leave his personal journals around the house; Trey would read them when Fish was away and write songs to them. Before "Gumbo" Trey told of Fishman's wheatgrass obsession and his "wheatgrass enema."

Carini's lyrics were changed to reference a suspected outbreak of Bubonic plague in the Broomfield area. The first of the trapped miners in Chile emerged during the setbreak, and the second during Theme -> Free > Joy. After Meatstick's conclusion, the audience continued the song and dance for several choruses.

Reba did not have the whistling ending. What Things Seem made its Phish debut. Antelope included a call-and-response between Trey ("Marco!") and the audience ("Polo!").

Ghost featured a Bowie tease from Fish. Trey sang the verses of Fee through a megaphone. Before Fee, Trey waved the megaphone around. He also waved it around during Fee's coda and used it to create feedback during the first Makisupa. Makisupa included the lyrics "Woke up this morning alien on my face, woke up in the afternoon and I turned up the bass" and a subsequent bass solo from Mike. This show featured the debut of My Problem Right There.

This show was a benefit for victims of the Fourmile Canyon Fire that also featured Leftover Salmon (with a guest appearance by Page), Yonder Mountain String Band (with Fishman), Big Head Todd and The Monsters and String Cheese Incident (with Trey). After "Train Song" Trey noted that "the four of us have always thought of Colorado as a second home" and gave a call out to section 107 that was reserved for volunteer fire fighters who had fought the Fourmile Canyon fire.

SET 1: Too Late Now, 40 Miles from Denver, Mental Breakdown, Mother's Only Son, Pockets [1], Steep Grade Sharp Curves[1], Fingerprint[1], Catch a Criminal[1], Girlfriend is Better[1], Two Hits and the Joint Turned Brown[1]


This show was a benefit for victims of the Fourmile Canyon Fire that also featured a Trey and Mike setLeftover Salmon (with a guest appearance by Page), Big Head Todd and The Monsters and String Cheese Incident (with Trey). Fish sat in with Yonder Mountain String Band beginning with Pockets" though the end of the show. "Two Hits" contained "Makisupa Policeman" quotes.

SET 1: Mouna Bowa, Rocky Mountain Way [1], Outside Inside[1], Galactic > 'Round the Wheel, Sometimes a River, Who's That Lady, Sitting on Top of the World, I Know You Rider

ENCORE: One Love


This show was a benefit for victims of the Fourmile Canyon Fire that also featured a Trey and Mike setLeftover Salmon (with a guest appearance by Page), Big Head Todd and The Monsters and Yonder Mountain String Band (with Fish). Trey sat in with String Cheese Incident for "Rocky Mountain Way" and "Outside Inside." "Who's That Lady" featured Todd Park Mohr. "Sitting on Top of the World" featured Drew Emmitt, Vince Herman, Andy Thorn, Tyler Grant, Bonnie Paine and Bill McKay. "I Know Your Rider" and "One Love" featured that same lineup, joined by Jeff Austin, Bill Payne, and Jermemy Lawton.

SET 1: Gold Hill Line, Everything Is Round, This Is The Time, Mama Boulet [1], Muddy Water Home [2], Fire Line [3], High on a Mountaintop[3], Just Keep Walkin'[3], Whatcha Gonna Do?[3]


This show was a benefit for victims of the Fourmile Canyon Fire that also featured a Trey and Mike setBig Head Todd and The MonstersString Cheese Incident (with Trey) and Yonder Mountain String Band (with Fish). Page sat in with Leftover Salmon from "Mama Boulet" through the end of the show. "Muddy Water Home" featured Page and Bill Nershi. Page, Bill Nershi and Bonnie Payne sat in for "Fire Line" through the rest of the show.  

Carini contained a quote from Fish of One of These Days ("One of these days I'm gonna cut you into little pieces") and, shortly thereafter, an Echoes tease from Page (the "ping" noise that begins Echoes).

Boogie On Reggae Woman contained a Manteca tease from Page. This show featured the first Quinn the Eskimo since October 2, 1999 (209 shows).

Reba did not have the whistling ending. Boogie On featured a Twist-esque jam and contained an Oye Come Va tease from Page. Both Trey and Page teased AC/DC Bag during YEM. Undermind through Zero featured Bill Kreutzmann on drums.  Before the encore, Trey explained that Bittersweet Motel was being played at the request of his daughter, Bella.  After Bittersweet Motel, Fish remarked that he felt lonely again and needed the second drummer back.

Throughout the first set the band was using charades to communicate what song was coming next, prompting Trey to remark after Jibboo, “We do everything by hand signals now. There’s no more talking.”  After PYITE, Trey again referenced the hand signals, joking “That could be one of two songs, so we’ll see if he starts the right one.” During Antelope, Trey changed the lyrics to “Been you to have any slush?”  Disease contained an L.A. Woman tease from Trey, who also briefly teased Taste just before beginning Free, and was unfinished. Esther was played for the first time since September 30, 2000 (89 shows). Hood featured Dirt and Free teases from Trey.

Fluffhead was unfinished and contained a Dave’s Energy Guide tease.  Suzy contained Drowned, Crosseyed and Painless and AC/DC Bag teases.  The Seven Bar Blues Jam from the soundcheck featured Trey on bass and Mike on guitar.

Soundcheck: Foam, Party Time, Sugar Shack, Beauty of a Broken Heart, Middle of the Road, Billy Breathes

SET 1: Divided Sky, Ocelot, The Wedge, Poor Heart, The Moma Dance, Horn, Stash, The Horse > Silent in the Morning, Possum

SET 2: Mike's Song > I Am Hydrogen > Weekapaug Groove, Ghost > Wolfman's Brother, Limb By Limb, Billy Breathes, The Squirming Coil > David Bowie

ENCORE: Loving Cup


This marked Phish’s first show at Red Rocks since August 7, 1996 (388 shows). Trey introduced Mike before the start of the second set, at which point Mike pretended to leave the stage, prompting Trey to introduce him a second time. Weekapaug contained a Celebration (Kool & the Gang) tease from Mike. Ghost contained a Praise You jam and a Windy City tease. Trey teased Piper before starting Limb By Limb.

This show was a part of the Mile High Music Festival. This setlist is incomplete.

No known setlist


This setlist is unknown, as no recordings of this show circulate.

SET 1: No Expectations, Sometimes I've Won, Maid of the Canyon, Rain Still Falls, New Horizons > Holding > New Horizons, 40 Miles From Denver, Idaho, Finally Saw the Light, How 'Bout You? [1], Kentucky Mandolin[1], Steep Grade Sharp Curves[1]

SET 2: Ten > Follow Me Down To The Riverside > Ten, Damned If The Right One Didn't Go Wrong[1], Fine Excuses[1], Catch a Criminal[1], Midwest Gospel Radio[1], Fingerprint[1] > King Ebeneezer[1], Mother's Only Son[1], Keep on Going

ENCORE: Sidewalk Stars[1], East Nashville Easter[1]


Fish sat in with Yonder Mountain String Band for the last three songs of the first set and from "Damned If The Right One Didn't Go Wrong" through the end of the show (except for "Keep on Going").

SET 1: Angel, The Bolton Stretch, If There's Still Ramblin' in the Rambler (Let Him Go) > Only a Northern Song > If There's Still Ramblin' in the Rambler (Let Him Go), Town, Free to Run > Spanish Harlem Incident, Half Moon Rising, Red Bird, Night Out, Looking Back Over My Shoulder > Snow on the Pines, Boatman

SET 2: On the Run > High Cross Junction > On the Run, Death Trip [1], New Deal Train[1], Southbound[1], Just the Same[1], Funtime[1], I'd Like Off[1], Cuckoo's Nest[1], Classic Situation[1], Girlfriend is Better[1] > Two Hits and the Joint Turned Brown[1]

ENCORE: Crow Black Chicken[1], Ooh La La[1]


Fish sat in with Yonder Mountain String Band from "Death Trip" through the end of the show.

No known setlist


This setlist is unknown, as no recordings of this show circulate.

No known setlist


This setlist is unknown, as no recordings of this show circulate.

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.

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.

Trey sat in on guitar during this late-night show following TAB's performance at the Jazz Aspen Snowmass festival earlier in the evening.

Trey performed “Sample” through “Limb By Limb” solo, acoustic. Trey played “Water in the Sky” and “Bouncing” for a deceased fan named Renee whose mother was in attendance. “Crosstown Traffic” was a TAB debut.

Sound Tribe Sector 9 opened. Before “Goodbye Head” Trey gave props to the venue noting that “this is the most incredible place to play, on earth!” Trey dedicated the song to his daughter, Eliza, with whom he co-wrote the song and who was in the audience. He then brought out his then-93-year-old grandmother to take a bow! Trey played acoustic on “Invisible” and performed “Back on the Train” through “Waste” solo acoustic. 

No known setlist


This opening performance was in support of Jackson Browne and was part of the Radio & Records AAA Summit. 
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