Setlists Matching Performer: Robert Walter


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.

SET 1: Spanish Moon


During a late night post-Phish-show set by a band led by George Porter, Jr. (promoted as "The Phunk Sessions"), and that included Robert Walter (keys) and Turkuaz members Michelangelo Carubba (drums), Craig Brodhead (guitar) and Shira Elias (vocals), as well as The Motet members Lyle Divinsky (vocals), Drew Sayers (sax) and Parris Fleming (trumpet)  (vocals), Mike Gordon sat in on bass for Spanish Moon, which also featured Joey Porter (of The Motet) on keys with Robert Walter.

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.

SET 1: Jam


Mike sat in with Worship My Organ.

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.

SET 1: Jam


Mike and Robert sat in on a jam featuring members of Doom Flamingo.

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.

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.
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