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Link Trey Anastasio Band, Saturday, 08/13/2005
Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison, CO

Set 1: Drifting, Cayman Review, Air Said to Me > Dark and Down, Invisible[1], Night Speaks to a Woman, Spin, Plasma > Push On 'Til the Day, Goodbye Head, Back on the Train[2], The Inlaw Josie Wales[2], Pebbles and Marbles[2], Waste[2], Shine, Sand, Tuesday > Mr. Completely > 46 Days, Come As Melody

Encore: Love is Freedom > I Am the Walrus

[1] Trey on acoustic.
[2] Trey solo acoustic.

Notes: 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. 

Musicians: Trey Anastasio, Jennifer Hartswick, Skeeto Valdez, Ray Paczkowski, Christina Durfee, Les Hall, Tony Hall

Krwoods3 , attached to 2005-08-13 Permalink
Krwoods3 This was a great show but mostly a great experience. My first and only Red Rocks show to date. We had just finished backpacking Crested Butte for a week and were ending the trip to see TAB at RR. It was pouring outside when STS9 was playing. Looking back on it, it was a really interesting pairing for STS9 to be opening for TAB.

Trey came out and put on a spectacular show. Him and his acoustic was really cool to see.

Part of the shows performance can be found on the extra disc from the album, "Shine", he was was supporting that tour.

Red Rocks really is a magical place.
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