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Link Trey Anastasio Band, Sunday, 06/13/2004
Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival, Manchester, TN

Set 1: Prologue[1], Coming To[1], Flock of Words[2], The Inlaw Josie Wales[3] > Cincinnati[4], All Things Reconsidered[5], Discern[4], Guyute (Orchestral)[5], Secret Smile[6]

Set 2: Mr. Completely > Sing a Song[7] > Simple Twist Up Dave, Alive Again > Night Speaks to a Woman, The Devil Went Down to Georgia[7], Curlew's Call, Sultans of Swing, Push On 'Til the Day, Small Axe, Last Tube > Ether Sunday, Black Dog

Encore: First Tube[8]

[1] Nashville Chamber Orchestra with Trey conducting; Debut.
[2] Nashville Chamber Orchestra with Trey on acoustic guitar and vocals, Ray on piano and Jen on backing vocals.
[3] Nashville Chamber Orchestra with Trey on acoustic guitar.
[4] Intro only, performed by TAB Horns (no Trey).
[5] Nashville Chamber Orchestra with Trey conducting.
[6] Nashville Chamber Orchestra with Trey on electric guitar and vocals and Ray on piano.
[7] TAB debut.
[8] Festival-closing fireworks.

Notes: These sets were part of the third annual Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival. The first set featured Trey conducting the Nashville Chamber Orchestra except where noted; second set was electric TAB. "Prolgue" and "Coming To" were debuts. "Sing a Song" (Earth Wind & Fire) and "Devil Went Down to Georgia" (Charlie Daniels) were TAB debuts. “Flock of Words” featured Trey on acoustic guitar and vocals, Ray on piano and Jen on backing vocals. “The Inlaw Josie Wales” featured Trey on acoustic guitar. “Cincinnati” (intro) and “Discern” (intro) were performed by the TAB horn section only. “Secret Smile" featured Trey on electric guitar and vocals and Ray on piano. “First Tube” featured festival-closing fireworks.

Musicians: Trey Anastasio, Dave Grippo, Russell Remington, Peter Apfelbaum, Jennifer Hartswick, Russ Lawton, Tony Markellis, Ray Paczkowski, Cyro Baptista, Andy Moroz, Nashville Chamber Orchestra (Guest)

skippy11 , attached to 2004-06-13 Permalink
skippy11 I was there! I was 10 years old and I remember trying to fall asleep mid second set in a lawn chair and then getting pelted in the face with a glow stick! good times though!
Score: 1
feesrevenge , attached to 2004-06-13 Permalink
this was a very fun sunday, possibly the best sunday roo i've witnessed. the first set was amazing with the orchestra and i was very pleased that everyone was all ears. (we arrived a little late and were shushed as we tried to find our seats.....sorry) tab came out firing but what i remember from the night is trey playing to the fireworks that were going off. he would jam to the different kinds and kept the song going till the end, it was a pretty magical night
Score: 0
The_Ghost , attached to 2004-06-13 Permalink
The_Ghost I still get a semi thinking about this show. Was there ever a good show before this? I thought so, but this erased all other shows ever seen. This show sets the bar of what the perfect show can be. The energy flow was at an all time high. The trip was beautiful. Trey carried us through the door and showed us a new and exciting world this night. All the way up to and through the fireworks the show was a journey with no wrong turns and no valleys. Just a solid plateau. This show was no joke. There have been shows which came close but prior to this night nothing had ever been as close. This show opened the door to what music could be. Since then all music has reached new levels.
Score: 0

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