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Prior to Down With Disease, Trey and Mike both teased Call to the Post and the Leave It To Beaver theme. Disease was subsequently unfinished. Before the encore, but after acknowledging a sign reading "Stage Banter," Trey talked about a new guitar that Paul Languedoc had made for him, explaining that Paul had "put aside this magic piece of wood to build me one last really special guitar," adding that he had been freaking out all night about how good the guitar was and pointing out that there was an ocelot on it. Trey told the crowd he wanted them to do a big cheer for Paul; Trey and Fish subsequently led the audience in a "Languedoc" chant.

This show was billed as "Comes a Time: A Tribute to Jerry Garcia" and featured performances by the Black Mountain Boys, String Cheese Incident, Melvin Seals & JGB, Ratdog, and the concluding set by The Jerry Garcia Tribute band listed here.

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The Village was billed as "a one-weekend-only musical and spiritual journey." There is no known setlist and recordings of this show do not circulate.

During “Samson Variation” Trey playfully chided Andy Moroz, who had to run back to the band room to get his music for the song; Trey suggested that the audience focus in on the trombone part to make sure it is perfect. This gig featured the debut of “Plasma,” that Trey said was written backstage that very day.

This show was broadcast and webcast via KFOG and performed in Studio A. Tickets were won via the KFOG Private Concerts contest during the weeks leading up to the broadcast. The show consisted of three segments of three songs each, with a break in between each segment filled by the on-air announcer. Following the performance, the band participated in a group photo shoot and copies were mailed to the contest winners, who also won signed copies of Farmhouse.

Ginseng was performed acoustic. Crimes featured the Dude of Life on vocals. Constant Craving was quoted prior to 2001. Antelope included Brady Bunch theme teases and a Simpsons signal, while It’s Ice featured Random Note, All Fall Down, and Oom Pa Pa signals. The Horse featured Trey on acoustic guitar. Amazing Grace was performed without microphones. Also, while several versions of YEM have teased Oye Como Va, this version featured an all-out jam of the song. Contact segued out of the YEM vocal jam. During Daniel Saw the Stone, the band introduced and thanked each member of the crew. J.J. Cale was the opening act.

SET 1: After Midnight [1]


Trey and Mike sat on After Midnight during J.J. Cale's set opening for Phish.

Possum contained Charlie Chan and Oom Pa Pa signals. Mike teased Heartbreaker in Mike's Song. Hydrogen contained Woody Woodpecker theme teases from Trey. Weekapaug included Divided Sky and Dave's Energy Guide teases from Trey.
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