- Set 1:
- King * $
- About Mr. Brown *
- Delicate Few *
- Untitled *
- Shattered (Turn the Car Around)
- Gotta Be Wrong Sometimes
- Black Rock (Bongo Intro) *
- Hold on True *
- About an Hour Ago *
- We Made It * ->
- The Last Time *
- Lay Down *
- Love and Memories
- Program Director * #
- Here's to You *
- Hey Girl *
- Heaven *
- City on Down (With or Without You Tag) *
* with Evan Oberla on trombone and vocals.
* with Jon Lampley on trumpet and vocals.
$ with Hellman Escorcia of SOJA on sax.
$ with Rafael Rodriguez of SOJA on trumpet.
# with Bobby Lee of SOJA on vocals.
@ with all members of SOJA.
% with Kelley James.
Reviews The night was amazing! I was in the front row, center stage, and I have never felt anything like it. That was my 11th or 12th OAR show. The energy was amazing. During City On Down, Jerry jumped off the stage and into the crowd. It was crazy, I got a good video too. The highlight for me was either Gotta Be Wrong Sometimes, or Program Director. I would have liked to see Toy Store, be it would have brought the energy levels way down. Amazing show guys! Keep playing Gotta Be Wrong Sometimes, it's golden!!!!!! -DMBfan1 August 13, 2011
This was a very solid show. The horns are just fantastic and bring so much to the sound of the band. King was a surprise opener looking back at previous shows, but the next 3 songs really got the energy through the roof! Crowd was great as well. Looking back now I think the inclusion of one more older song, say, Get Away, the wanderer, fools, or anyway, and this show would be so much more stellar. But Short a try for the lead encore song, that was great. 2nd time in three years for that one. Awesome. Oh, and program director was great. So glad they put that one back into rotation. I mean, with the horns and all, how could they not??? -PhatB August 14, 2011
tight setlist! wish I was there! badass to open with KING! KING is sort of the equivalent of DMB opening with DON'T DRINK THE WATER ....at least I think so -dmbgreystreet05 August 14, 2011
My 10th show and it was a great one. The whole band was sharp. Loved the freestyles by Marc, Jerry jumping into the crowd, the whole horn section and the jam with SOJA was unreal. A great set and I LOVED hearing Short a Try for the first time live. -chall3 August 14, 2011