Seth Yacovone Band opened. This show was quasi-stealth and announced only 24 hours in advance. Though members of Trey’s summer touring ensemble, Russell Remington and Ray Paczkowski were absent from this one show. “Alive Again,” “Cayman Review,” “Every Story Ends in Stone,” “Flock of Words,” “Mr. Completely,” “Moesha,” “Money, Love and Change,” “Quantegy,” and “Simple Twist Up Dave” were all debuts.  Trey humorously mis-identified the debut of “Every Story Ends in Stone” as “Every Story Has a Stone.” Before “At the Gazebo” Trey told of watching that morning’s Forth of July parade and having a fantasy about taking the TAB horns section on a float, moving along and playing this song.
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Review by NightSpeaks

NightSpeaks First show with the Octet. The setlist claims the 2 new members aren't at this show, but I can clearly hear keyboards in the recording. The debuts all sound nice to me, except for Money, Love and Change which is a little rough. Great to see some new jam vehicles. The reworks of Last Tube and Push On 'Til the Day sound great too.
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