The TAB debut of “The Landlady” contained an instrumental intro section. Dave Matthews performed on “Everyday” through the end of the show; this was the debut performance of “Everyday” by Trey or Dave. Both Trey and Dave performed “Everyday” and “Three Little Birds” on acoustic guitar; Trey also played acoustic on “At the Gazebo” and solo acoustic on "Strange Design." “Three Little Birds,” “Whatever Gets You Through the Night” and “I Want to Take You Higher” were TAB debuts.
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This show was part of the "TAB - The Sextet"

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Review by NightSpeaks

NightSpeaks Very fun show. I really like this take on The Landlady, which is the only TAB version ever (not counting 70 Volt Parade). No extensive jamming in this show, as these versions of Jibboo and Sand are pretty standard. The Dave sit in stuff sounds good. I like the electric stuff more than the acoustic duets.
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Review by willet43

willet43 The whole vibe was very cool. Tossing around the football in the park in front of the venue beforehand. Small, intimate crowd barely crowded the sidewalk. Gorgeous inside with gold leaf and murals.

No review song-by-song, but will only say that the whole show was fantastic from top to bottom. Songs were new, raw, and powerful. Even without Dave, and the fact that it was my first Trey show, it is still one of my top shows. Eclectic and energetic. Got get it. Go get the whole tour for that matter.
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