Setlists Matching Performer: Craig Myers


It's Still Rock and Roll to Me was teased and quoted before Surface. Peel contained a bit of Let's Go singing from Mike.

I Am Random through Steps featured Michael "Mad Dog" Mavridoglou on trumpet, Ben Walkenhauer on saxophone, and Jason Branscum on trombone.

This show featured the debuts of Midi N'goni and Back in the Bubble and the Mike Gordon debut of All I Can Think About Is You. This setlist is unconfirmed.

This show featured the debut of Borrowing Rain and the Mike Gordon debut of Save Me. Mike and Scott teased Heartbreaker in the first Crazy Sometimes.

White Denim and Mike Gordon opened for moe.

This show was webcast via Live Phish. Crazy Sometimes contained Don't Chin The Dog and Flintstones theme teases.

The Grid included additional lyrics referencing “Josh,” who was a bartender during Thursday’s show and a subject of banter from Mike for the rest of the Sinclair run.

During the Jam, Mike and his daughter Tessa tossed “I Am Random” pins into the crowd. Victim through Sweet Emotion featured Trey on guitar.

Soundcheck: Sughn Never Sets, Ether, D'yer Mak'er (this soundcheck is incomplete)

SET 1: I Am Random -> Equilibrium, Put Down The Phone, Looking for Clues, My Favorite Mistake, D'yer Mak'er > Crazy Sometimes

SET 2: Go Away > Stealing Jamaica > Mind Mischief > Just a Rose > You Strike My Main Nerve, Sughn Never Sets

ENCORE: Ruby Soho


Looking for Clues contained a Linus and Lucy tease from Mike. Crazy Sometimes contained a Frankenstein tease from Mike and a Theme From the Flintstones tease from Scott.

This show featured the Mike Gordon debuts of When Your Mind's Made Up and If You Want Me with the latter including Elizabeth Nestlerode on vocals. This setlist is unconfirmed.

This show featured the debut of Tropical Rocket. Spock's Brain contained a Pink Panther theme tease from Mike and a Flinststones theme tease from Scott. Mike teased Don't Chin The Dog in Waking Up Dead and I Am Random. This setlist may be incomplete.

This show featured the debuts of Put Down Your Phone, I Am Random, and My Favorite Mistake. Crazy Sometimes contained Frankenstein teases as well as I Dream of Jeannie, Gilligan’s Island, Brady Bunch, and Flintstones theme teases.

This show featured the debuts of Acid Man and Sughn Never Sets and the Mike Gordon debuts of Infinite and D’yer Mak'er.

This performance was part of Christmas Jam. After Pendulum, Mike and Scott moved to a side stage while the band's equipment was being cleared off the main stage and performed three songs acoustic as a duo starting with the Mike Gordon debut of Wild and Blue.

This show featured the Mike Gordon debut of Do You Still Drink About Me. Mike teased the theme to I Dream of Jeannie in Face. Yarmouth Road through Victim 3D featured Emily Elbert on guitar and vocals and Madi Diaz on keys and vocals.

This show featured the Mike Gordon debut of Gimme Some Lovin'.

This show featured the Mike Gordon debuts of Got To Be More Careful and Noon to Noon.

This performance was part of the Sunshine Music Festival and featured the Mike Gordon debut of You Strike My Main Nerve.

This performance was part of the Sunshine Music Festival and featured the Mike Gordon debut of Destiny Unbound. 

No known setlist


This performance was part of the Suwanee Hulaween festival and took place on the Amphitheater Stage,

Victim through Victim 3D featured Michael "Mad Dog" Mavridoglou and Eric Lechliter on trumpet, Ben Walkenhauer on saxophone, and Dominic Marino on trombone. This setlist is unconfirmed.

This show featured the Mike Gordon debut of Mind Mischief and the debuts of Pendulum and So Far Gone.

This show featured the debuts of Victim, Stealing Jamaica, Equilibrium, Steps, Trapezoidal Sunshine, and Go Away and the Mike Gordon debut of Ruby Soho.

This performance was part of The Peach Music Festival and took place on the Peach Stage. Face and Victim 3D featured Greg Sanderson and Josh Schwartz on saxophones and Chris Brouwers on trumpet.

SET 1: River Niger


Mike sat in with Barika for River Niger.

This performance was on the Grandstand Stage and featured the debuts of Whirlwind, Marissa, Up And Down, and Victim 3D.

This performance was part of Summer Camp Music Festival and took place on the Moonshine Stage.

Soundcheck: Cruel World

No known setlist


This performance will be part of the Gem & Jam Festival.

Mike and Scott threw ping pong balls out into the crowd during Looking for Clues which contained a How Many People Are You tease.

Soundcheck: Sound, Eclipse, Jam, Everybody's Talkin' (this soundcheck possibly incomplete)

SET 1: Long Black Line, Cruel World > Everybody's Talkin', 555, Daisy Hill Grove, Looking for Clues > How Many People Are You

SET 2: Spock's Brain, Let's Go, Peel, How Do I Know, Jones > Face, Traveled Too Far

ENCORE: Funky Bitch


The jam in the soundcheck was without Mike.

Mike teased Demolition Man in Yarmouth Road. My Sharona was teased in Tiny Little World. Mike invited the front row on stage to dance at toward the end of Sugar Shack.

SET 1: Jones [1]


This was an open mic performance and featured Mike and Scott on guitars, Robert on drums, and Craig on vocals toward the end of the song.

This show was part of the Catskill Chill Music Festival and featured the Mike Gordon debuts of Waking Up Dead and Let's Go.

This show featured the debuts of "Daisy Hill Grove" and "Crazy Sometimes," and the Mike Gordon debuts of "Number 1 Crush" (Garbage) and "Don't Chin The Dog" (Robert Walter's 20th Congress).

SET 1: Angatta [1]


During Barika's performance as part of The South End Art Hop, all of the other members of Mike Gordon's band joined Craig Myers, Andrew Moroz, and Michael Chorney for the Barika original "Angatta."

Mike and Scott opened the show with a medley of songs that included "Ramble On" > "China Cat Sunflower" > "Feel Like Making Love" > "Deep River Blues" > "Whole Lotta Love" > "Jack & Diane" > "Long Train Running" > "Face." Scott teased "Roundabout" in "Different World." "Cruel World" contained a "Tiny Little World" tease. "How Many People Are You" was teased in "Babylon Baby." This performance was officially released as a free MP3 on LivePhish.

Luke Temple of Here We Go Magic sat in on songs he composed, "How Do I Know" and the Mike Gordon debut of "Make Up Your Mind."

This show featured the Mike Gordon debuts of "Papa Loves Mambo" and "Burning Down the House." The outro to "Take It As It Comes" included various Father's Day antics involving the band members engaging in traditional father activities (playing catch, flipping burgers, reading the paper, etc). "Papa Loves Mambo" then featured Scott's son, Ian Murawski, and Mike's daughter, Tessa Gordon, on vocals. A fire alarm set off during intermission forced a temporary evacuation of everyone from the building.

Scott teased "Shine On You Crazy Diamond" in "Sleep to Dream." Mike teased Peter Frampton's "Do You Feel Like We Do?" before "Traveled Too Far."

This show featured the debuts of the Gordon/Murawski originals "Take It As It Comes" and "The Last Step," as well as the Mike Gordon debut of Fiona Apple's "Sleep to Dream." 

This show featured the debut of the Gordon/Murawski originals "Here Today" and "How Many People Are You," as well as the Mike Gordon debuts of Robert Palmer's "Looking for Clues" and Here We Go Magic's "How Do I Know?" Mike dedicated "Spock's Brain" to Leonard Nimoy. "Looking for Clues" included a "Mystery Achievement" tease from Mike.

"555" featured Page on keyboards and Fish on drums.

This show featured the Mike Gordon debut of "The Poet's Final Instructions," a poem by John Berryman. The "Take Me to the River" jam included a brief story by Mike regarding the mosh pit that he was encouraging among the crowd... a peaceful, 'Ska mosh pit' and teasing by Mike of the "Theme from Peter Gunn." "Tiny Little World" contained a "Take Me to the River" tease from Scott.  

"Normal Phoebe" contained a "Let's Go" tease and "Dirty Water" lyrics. "Tiny Little World" also contained a "Let's Go" tease.

This show was remastered and officially released via LivePhish. "Peel" contained quotes of William Shakespeare's "As You Like It." This show featured the Mike Gordon debuts of "Oceans of Diamonds" and "Sister Kate." "555" contained additional intro lyrics "Trash cans in the distance / Seagulls in a line / Transmission's boiling up and over / Follow me to find / Can't wait to get away."

"Spock's Brain" contained a "Theme from Star Trek" tease by Tom. "Hap-Nappy" included a "Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring" tease by Tom.

This show marked the debut of "Normal Phoebe." "Time in a Bottle" (Jim Croce) was teased before "Voices."

Sugar Blue sat in on harmonica for "Say Something," "Miss You" and "Messin' with The Kid," the latter two being Mike Gordon debuts. Ether included a "Can't You Hear Me Knocking" tease from Scott. "Horizon Line" contained a "Theme from Star Trek" tease by Tom and "Miss You" quotes.

"555" was quoted at the end of "It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry." "Hap-Nappy" contained "Mr. Sandman" teases.

This show featured the debuts of "Either" and "Twists and Bends" and the Mike Gordon debuts of "Puddle" (International Orange) and "Love On One Condition" (Bonnie Raitt). "Surface" contained "Theme from The Odd Couple" teases by Tom. "Jumping" included a "Sugar Shack" tease from Scott.

This show featured the debut of "Different World" and the Mike Gordon debut of "Barton Hollow" (The Civil Wars). "Sound" contained a "Fly" (Sugar Ray) tease.

This show featured the debuts of "Surface" and "Loon" as well as the Mike Gordon debuts of "Are You a Hypnotist??," "Pretty Boy Floyd," "Spock's Brain" and "555." "Spock's Brain" had not been played by any member of Phish since Phish's performance on July 30, 2003.

This show featured the debuts of Face, Caught Up, Jumping, Paint, Ether, and Mrs. Peel and the Mike Gordon debuts of Say Something, Mississippi, Angatta, and The Spider and the Ghost of the Fly (a poem by Vachel Lindsay). Hap-Nappy contained Peel quotes.

"Traveled Too Far" contained "Sugar Shack" teases from Scott. "Cities" contained "Won't Get Fooled Again" teases from Tom.

This show took place in Max Hall and featured the Mike Gordon debut of "Toys R Us" (Greyboy Allstars). This show was part of the "Jam in the Dam VI" that also featured moe.Dark Star OrchestraLotus and Keller Williams.

This show took place in Max Hall and was part of the "Jam in the Dam VI" that also featured moe.Dark Star OrchestraLotus and Keller Williams. "Kissing the Lipless" (The Shins) was a Mike Gordon debut.

This single-set performance took place in Max Hall and was part of the "Jam in the Dam VI" which also featured moe., Dark Star Orchestra, Lotus and Keller Williams. "You Don't Mess Around with Jim" (Jim Croce) was a Mike Gordon debut.

This show was officially released as a 3-CD set and free MP3 download. "I'm Deranged," "Just a Rose," and "Dig Further Down" included "May The Force Be With You" ("The Force Theme" from Star Wars) teases from Tom. "The Way It Goes" contained a "Traveled Too Far" tease from Scott. "Voices" contained a "Black Water" (Doobie Brothers) tease from Scott. "River Niger" contained a "Chameleon" tease from Tom. This gig featured the Mike Gordon debut of "Dream Song 22 - 'Of 1826'," a poem by John Berryman from The Dream Songs, which was delivered as spoken word by Tom. "Suzy Greenberg" was a Mike Gordon debut and featured Steve Pollak ("The Dude of Life") on vocals.

This show featured the Mike Gordon debuts of the instrumental "Barika" (by the band also named Barika, written by Craig Myers) and "Don't Do It" (Marvin Gaye, popularized by The Band). "The Beltless Buckler" featured a "Speak Softly Love (Love Theme from The Godfather)" tease from Mike. "Soulfood Man" and "Black Tamborine" contained "Chameleon" teases. "Jones" contained "Last Child" (Aerosmith) quotes from Mike.

The Void contained alternate lyrics "Sugar Shack in The Void." She Said included Susskind Hotel teases and Swingtown quotes. Hap-Nappy contained a Heartbreaker tease. Scott teased Sugar Shack in Clone.

This performance featured the debut of "Sideways" (Gordon, Linitz) and the Mike Gordon debut of "The Way It Goes" (Gillian Welch). 

This single-set performance was part of the Wanee Music Festival that also included Widespread Panic, The Allman Brothers Band, Ween and Galactic, among many others. Oteil Burbridge performed on a second bass for "The Walls of Time" through (the second) "Black Tambourine."

"River Niger" through "Weekly Time" featured Bob Wagner on second guitar. This show marked the Mike Gordon debut of Bob Dylan's "Down in the Flood." During setbreak, front of house engineer and bass tech Rachel Bischoff was proposed to on stage (she accepted).

The Mike Gordon debut of "You're No Good" featured Steve Pollak (The Dude of Life) on vocals.

"The Void" included a dance "contest" with audience members. "Call to the Post" was teased before Horizon Line.

"15 Step" contained "Take Five" teases from Mike. "Suskind" featured a "Swingtown" tease and "Mound" featured an "Odd Couple theme" tease, both from Tom.

After "Another Door" Tom Cleary performed a mini "song" on the Kaossilator that he had written backstage before the show about that evening's Supermoon. Mike introduced "The Void" as a "song about the feeling the first person that ever walked on the moon had when taking that... step." Atlanta-fixture Col. Bruce Hampton provided vocals for "Fixin' to Die." 

This gig featured the debut of the Craig Myers-penned "The Spritual Jam" and the Mike Gordon debut of Bob Dylan's "It Takes a Lot to Laugh, It Takes a Train to Cry."

This show was a co-bill with Galactic and both band's sets were streamed live on iclips. After "Andelman's Yard," Mike wished everyone a "Happy SPD." After "Walls of Time," Mike tossed a fan a Kaossilator to test out. 

Mike intrdoced the Leo Kottke original "Balloon" as a tribute to Leo, and offered that any audience member who could write a book report about what this song was about would get free tickets to the next five shows! Dumpstaphunk members Tony Hall, Ivan Neville, Ian Neville, and Raymond Weber sat in on "Jaded" though the end of the first set as well as the entire encore.

Victor Wooten sat in on a second bass guitar for "Meat," "Sailin' Shoes" and "Crumblin' Bones." This gig featured the debut of Mike's original "Flashback."

An incomplete "Mound" ended the first set, was completed to begin the second set, and then was reprised later in the second set including a "Got My Mojo Working" tease. "Susskind Hotel" contained "Rock On" (David Essex) quotes.

"Only a Dream" contained "Whole Lotta Love" teases. This gig featured the debut of the Craig Myers-penned "Heavy Metal" and the Mike Gordon debut of "Access Me."

This gig featured the debut of the Mike original "Got Away" and the Mike Gordon debut cover of Beck's "Black Tambourine."

This tour-opening gig featured the debut of "Babylon Baby," and though played over ninety times by Phish, the Mike Gordon debut of "Mound."

"Spiral" and "Exit Wound" featured Julee Avalone on flute. The encores featured Jenny Hill on sax, Buford O'Sullivan on trombone, and Micah Deterville on trumpet. "Idea" was dedicated to Jared Slomoff.

"Easy to Slip" (Little Feat) was a Mike Gordon debut. Jon Fishman sat in on a second drum kit from "Easy to Slip" through the end of the show. "Makisupa Policeman" contained quotes of  "Swingtown." This show was made available as a LivePhish download.

"Hap-Nappy" and "Dig Further Down" contained "Swingtown" (Steve Miller) teases. "Dig Further Down" also contained a tease of "The Godfather Love Theme." During "The Void" there was an impromptu on-stage dance competition with audience members.

"Blinded By the Light" (Bruce Springsteen) was a Mike Gordon debut. "Makisupa" contained "Swingtown" (Steve Miller) teases and "Love Theme from The Godfather" was teased before Another Door. 

This show was made available as a free LivePhish soundboard. "Suskind Hotel" included quotes of Steve Miller's "Fly Like an Eagle." Though previously performed over 150 times by Phish, this was the 'Mike Gordon debut' of "Funky Bitch." "Pretend" contained a tease of "The Fishin' Hole" from Tom. "Hap-Nappy" contained a "Lemon Song" (Led Zeppelin) tease. "Rock Me Baby" contained a "Rhapsody in Blue" (George Gershwin) tease from Tom.

This gig featured the debut of Forever Dream and the Mike Gordon debuts of Just a Rose and Rock Me Baby.

This tour-opening gig featured the debut of "Horizon Line" and the Mike Gordon debuts of "Down to the Nightclub" (Tower of Power), "Rock On" (David Essex), "Sailin' Shoes" (Little Feat), and the Tom Cleary-penned "I Miss My Mind."

This single-set performance was part of the moe.down XI festival at Gelston Castle Estate that also included The Black Keys, Built to Spill, Tortoise, Ryan Montbleau BandThe Brew and, of course, moe. "Idea" was performed for the first time by Mike outside of Phish.

Joe Cleary sat in on fidle for the "Fiddle Jam" through the return to "Jaded" and "Country Boy." The second "Jaded" contained "Heartbreaker" (Led Zeppelin) teases.

The "Frame Jam" improv featured Tom on frame drum and Craig on n'goni. The Tom Cleary original "Be Good and You'll Be Lonely" was a Mike Gordon debut. The "I'm Deranged" > "Walls of Time" > "I'm Deranged" segment featured Danny Barnes on banjo, and with Scott, Mike, and Danny trading places on bass, banjo and guitar.

This show featured the Mike Gordon debut of "Hap-Nappy." "Midnight," "Where the Soul of a Man Never Dies" and "Country Boy" featured Danny Barnes on banjo. "Soulfood Man" contained "Wipe Out" teases.

Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey opened. "Only a Dream" was unfinished to end the first set and then resumed at the beginning of the second set.

Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey opened. "Jaded" and "Who By Fire" featured Michael "Mad Dog" Mavridoglou on trumpet.

"Crumblin' Bones," "Weekly Time" and "Swamp Music" featured Guthrie Trapp on guitar. The Mike Gordon debut of "Peggy-O" featured Tara Nevins on fiddle and vocals.

This show featured the Mike Gordon debut of Tim O'Brien's "Wave the Ocean" and Col. Bruce Hampton and The Aquarium Rescue Unit's "Yield Not to Temptation" which featured Col. Bruce Hampton on guitar. "Nobody's Home" and "I'm Deranged" featured Deji Coker on sax.

Rubblebucket Orchestra opened. "The Walls of Time" and "Can't Stand Still" featured Jeff Sipe on drums.

 "La La La" and the Mike Gordon debut of The Allman Brothers Band's "Ain't Wastin' Time No More" featured Reid Genauer on guitar and vocals.

The soundcheck for this gig was broadcast live on Radio Woodstock WDSTReid Genauer performed a solo acoustic set to open. "Drums" featured Ken Lovelett on lap drum.

Break Science featuring Adam Deitch opened. This gig featured the debut of "Spiral" and three Mike Gordon debuts: "Nobody's Home" (Tom Cleary), "Who By Fire" (Leonard Cohen) and "God Put a Smile Upon My Face" (Coldplay).

Marco Benevento opened. This tour-opening gig was filled with debuts that would become fixtures in Mike's repertoire: Mike originals "What Things Seem" and "Can't Stand Still," "Swamp Music" (Lynyrd Skynyrd), "The Field" (Scott Murawski), "Sarala" (Craig Myers), "Intensified" (Desmond Dekker) and "15 Step" (Radiohead). Marco Benevento and Joe Russo sat in for "Sarala" and "Intensified."

Rubblebucket Orchestra opened. The Mike Gordon debut of "Dancing in the Street" (Martha and the Vandellas) featured Amber DeLaurentis on vocals and Dave Grippo on alto sax.

Bow Thayer & Perfect Trainwreck opened. Stevie Wonder's "Living for the City" (from Innervisions) was a Mike Gordon debut. "Fanfare for the Common Man" was teased near the end of "Takin' It to the Streets."

Bow Thayer & Perfect Trainwreck opened. This show included the Mike Gordon debut of "Suskind Hotel" and the Max Creek original "Willow Tree," as well as the debut of "Only a Dream."

Rubblebucket Orchestra opened. Tom Cleary's younger brother, Neil, provided vocals for "I Got Loaded." Jenny Hill, Alex Toth and Kal Traver sat in on horns for "Radar Blip."

Freekbass (the band) opened and Freekbass (the person) sat in on "Things That Make You Go Hmmm..." and "Meat."

No known setlist


This gig was billed as "Mike Gordon's Magic Hat Summer Variety Show."

DeLeon opened. The Mike Gordon debut of "Born on the Bayou" (Creedence Clearwater Revival) featured Mike's tour manager, Chris Friday, on vocals.

DeLeon opened. "William Powell" was performed as an acoustic duet by Mike and guest Leo Kottke. Leo Kottke joined the whole band for acoustic renditions of "Living In the Country" and "Rings." Michael Williams (a.k.a. "MiWi La Lupa") sat in on bass trumpet for the "Makisupa," "Alphabet Street" encore.

Marco Benevento opened and sat in on keyboards for "Takin' It to the Streets." "Radar Blip" and "Alphabet Street" featured Jenny Hill on alto sax. Fonzworth Bentley sat in on the Mike Gordon debut of Bentley's original "Brawlin."

This gig included the debut of the Mike original "Pretend." The Mike Gordon debut of "Think" (Aretha Franklin) featured Emily Grogan on vocals.

"The Curtain With" and "Rock Steady" (Bad Company) were Mike Gordon debut. Emily Grogan provided additional vocals on "Rock Steady."

This free gig was part of the Lake Champlain Maritime Festival and also featured an appearance by Bernie Sanders. "On a Bad Day" and "Milwaukee Here I Come" featured Brett Hughes on guitar vocals and Marie Claire on vocals. "Andelmans' Yard" through "Makisupa" featued Page on keyboards.

The Bridge opened and performed on the Mike Gordon debut of "Spanish Moon" (Little Feat). "On a Bad Day," "Bury Me Beneath the Willow" and "I'm A Little Bit Lonesome" were performed acoustic with Andy Cartoun on banjo. "Radar Blip" and "Things That Make You Go Hmmm..." featured Pamela Fleming on trumpet and Jenny Hill on alto sax.

This opening set was in support of Gov't Mule. Mike and Scott sat in during the Gov't Mule set for "Sugaree."

The Bridge opened. This show featured the Mike Gordon debuts of "Bye Bye Baby" (Bay City Rollers), "River Niger" (War) and "Midnight" (Red Foley).

The Bridge opened. "Bury Me Beneath the Willow" (Woody Guthrie) was a Mike Gordon debut. "On a Bad Day," "Bury Me Beneath the Willow" and "I'm A Little Bit Lonesome" were performed acoustic. Members of The Bridge sat in with Mike's band for the "Skin It Back" (Little Feat) encore, also a Mike Gordon debut. 

The Bridge opened. This gig featured the Mike Gordon debuts of "On a Bad Day" (Kasey Chambers) and "Rhymes" (Al Green). "Morphing Again" was performed acoustic.

SET 1: Voices [1], Traveled Too Far[1], Pretend[1], Sound[1]


This free in-store appearance at the Plan 9 record store was performed entirely acoustic.

This gig featured four Mike Gordon debuts: "Soumaila" (Craig Myers), Mike's original "Sound," "Things That Make You Go Hmm..." (C+C Music Factory) and "Takin' It to the Streets" (Doobie Brothers). "Soumaila" contained a "Those Were the Days" tease near its end.

This set was part of the Gathering of the Vibes that also featured Phil Lesh & Friends, Dark Star Orchestra and Zappa Plays Zappa, among many others. The set was shortened a bit due to a torrential rainstorm earlier in the day. "Crumblin' Bones" contained "Rhapsody in Blue" and "Entrance of the Gladiators" teases. Bill Kreutzmann sat in on drums for "Traveled Too Far" and "The Walls of Time."

This show was a part of the Mile High Music Festival. This setlist is incomplete.

This set was part of the Rothbury Festival that also featured Phil Lesh & Friends, Dave Matthews Band, Widespread Panic, Primus and Trey Anastasio, among many others. Trey sat in on guitar for "Cruel World" and "Meat;" Trey and Fishman (on drums) sat in for "She Said, She Said." "Meat" contained a "Streets of Cairo" tease.

This set was part of the High Sierra Music Festival that also featuresd Bob Weir & Ratdog, Gov't Mule, Charlie Hunter Trio and Michael Franti & Spearhead, among many others. The Tom Cleary-penned "Crumblin' Bones" was a debut. Ivan Neville sat in on organ for "Meat" and the debut of the Mike original "Jaded."

Bow Thayer & Perfect Trainwreck opened. This tour-opening gig feautured the first performance of the Mike Gordon touring ensemble of Scott Murawski, Craig Myers, Tom Cleary and Todd Isler. Every song in this show was an original or cover debut except "Cruel World" (Max Creek) and Ain't Love Funny" (J.J. Cale): Mike Gordon originals "Another Door," "Traveled Too Far," "Voices," "Andelmans' Yard," "Dig Further Down," and the Phish original "Meat," "Kryermaten" (Todd Isler), "La La La" (Tranquility Bass), "The Walls of Time" (Bill Monroe, Peter Rowan), "She Said She Said" (The Beatles), and "The Time for Loving Is Now" (The Mustangs).
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