The Hackensaw Boys opened. A pre-recorded version of “70 Volt Parade” was played over the P.A. as the band took the stage. “Bitch” (Rolling Stones) was a TAB debut. After “Sweet Dreams Melinda,” Trey apologized to Mick Jagger for screwing up the words to “Bitch.” “Waves” and “Loving Cup” were performed solo acoustic. “Invisible” was performed with Trey on acoustic and Jennifer and Christina providing backing vocals. After Invisible,” Trey scolded the audience for throwing things at him, not just at this show but over the course of the entire tour. “Iko Iko” (Dixie Cups), “GDTRFB” (Traditional), “Eyes,” and “Casey Jones” (Grateful Dead) all featured guest performances by Bill Kreutzmann and Mickey Hart and were TAB debuts. Prior to “Casey Jones,” Trey claimed he “just taught Tony this song.”
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This show was part of the "TAB - 70 Volt Parade Fall 2005 Tour"

Show Reviews

, attached to 2005-12-02

Review by Dutch

Dutch The energy at this show was intense. While Trey was playing the acoustic songs somebody threw something at him (a water bottle). He stopped in the middle of the set and said something like this, "People have been throwing sh#t at me this whole tour. I have a good relationship with Fish, Mike and Page. They are cool with me playing these songs." He then said something like, "I don't know who keeps throwing this stuff but it better not be you man." He was referencing a member of the audience with a cowboy hat on named Rufus. The crowd then exploded with cheers, applause and support for Trey. You could feel the energy of the crowd elevate the mood of the situation and it filled Trey with positive vibrations and brought the audience to a a point where we were all "vibrating with love and light" from that moment forward. I saw the guy who Trey thought was throwing stuff at him (Rufus) after the show and he claimed it was not him. He actually handed Trey a letter at the end of the show while he was taking encore applause. He was crushed to think that Trey would have suspected him because the letter contained a mathematical equation that was developed by Rufus framed around the Trey's music.
, attached to 2005-12-02

Review by uctweezer

uctweezer I was at this show, and it was the most fucked up I had ever seen Trey... and I was at Coventry. He was higher on opiates than I've ever seen anyone in my entire life. Anyway, I'm really glad he's sober now.
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