I only caught one show in 2015: Shoreline.The first set of 8/22/15 was one of my favorite of the weekend, and I have definitely given it second listens.
My only gripe here is that the first set had an incredible flow, the band was deep in a groove, moreso than any first set I've seen in years. Second set speaks for itself. #5 for the year is a fair rating.
Also, 8/22/15 set 1: nothing worthy of replay? About half way through the first set, the band becomes an adrenaline junkie, and everything is played with extra gusto. Trey is a beast from that point forward.
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