| Waiting to Be Liberated...
||added on 8/31/2013
|In keeping with the tradition at the start of a tour, we have updated the "liberation list." This time, we have also updated and simplified the rules regulating which songs qualify for the list. Here are the updated ground rules:
1) A song joins the list when it goes 1000 days without being fully played live by the full band, and it is "liberated" when it is fully played live by the full band. Our definition of "full band" is fairly loose but generally includes a minimum of Dave, Carter, and one other member of the current touring band.
2) A song qualifies if it has been fully played live by the full band five or more times. The exception is that officially-released, Dave-penned studio songs qualify as long as they have been fully played live by the full band at least once (e.g., Baby Blue, Let You Down).
3) A song is disqualified if it has not been fully played live by the full band five or more times or if it is in the Defunct category (e.g., #36, Leave Me Praying).
Days Missing and Shows Missing are as of August 31, 2013. Shows Missing are approximate, especially for older songs.
No songs are in danger of joining the list before the end of the year.
There are 158 total qualifying songs, 121 of which are not currently on the list. Qualifying non-studio songs are #40, All Along the Watchtower, Angel from Montgomery, Blackjack, Blue Water, Break for It, Break Free, Burning Down the House, Can't Stop, Cortez the Killer, Crazy Easy, (Don't Fear) The Reaper, Down by the River, A Dream So Real, Exodus, For the Beauty of Wynona, Get in Line, Good Good Time, Good Times Bad Times, Granny, Hey Hey, My My (Into the Black), The Idea of You, JTR, Kill the King, Long Black Veil, Loving Wings, The Maker, Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard, Money, Money (That's What I Want), One Sweet World, People People, Recently, Road, Runnin' Down a Dream, Shotgun, Sister, Sledgehammer, The Song That Jane Likes, Spotlight, Still Water, Sugar Will, Sweet Up and Down, Take Me to Tomorrow, Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin), Time of the Season, True Reflections, and Water into Wine.
| Updates, Bugfixes & Enhancements
||added on 8/13/2013
|While the band has been slacking for the past two weeks, our staff has been hard at work. In addition to plowing through some of the song note submissions and some other content updates in the works such as new song histories, we've also been adding site enhancements. Here is a complete list of what you might—and what you might not—notice:
These updates were made to the myAlmanac stats page and the Member pages:
1. Added teases & fakes to myStats
2. Added partials to myStats (which includes aborted songs)
3. Added song debuts to myStats
4. Moved upcoming shows from its own box to the left hand column (under tours attended)
5. All myStats boxes are now sorted by song title as their secondary sort
6. Got rid of the little empty box that shows up when you don’t have any upcoming shows.
7. Added date to longest performances
Show Page Updates
1. Poster and ticket icons now link to the new Tour Memorabilia page so you can flip through them like you can the setlist scans.
2. Added “Show number 12 of 34 at this venue” to the overlay that shows up when clicking the name of the venue.
3. Added venue column similar to the tour column.
4. Added My column similar to the tour and venue column. Currently only shows up when you are logged in and viewing a show you attended.
5. Reworked the counting of the tour and last columns:
a. The tour column is a little smarter and faster now.
b. Standardized the way partials are counted in the tour and last columns
c. It no longer counts cancelled shows and shows with unknown setlists in the last column
1. Now has a link to the full show details (similar to the set scan page)
1. Fixed issue with tour leg separator not expanding across the entire table on tour pages (only happened when logged in)
2. Fixed issue where the poster icon wasn’t being displayed on tour pages.
| Without your space helmet, Dave? You're going to find that rather difficult.
||added on 8/2/2013
|2001 was a very interesting year for Dave Matthews Band.
In January, the band was just coming off of a fall tour of the United States, during which they had not debuted any songs from the then-forthcoming Everyday album, with the exception of the new Everyday outro to #41. The band played a random one-off gig at the Rock in Rio festival in Rio de Janeiro on January 20, just their fourth-ever show in Brazil. Unlike every other trip to South America (or anywhere else outside of North America/the Bahamas, for that matter), there were no other shows surrounding this concert, which consisted of just seven songs, once again, none of which were from the new album. The band also made history in January by becoming the first major-label band to release a song officially on the embattled Napster peer-to-peer filesharing network (I Did It).
In February and March, Dave launched an unprecedented solo tour of radio stations to promote Everyday, playing I Did It and The Space Between as well as a handful of other tracks from the new album. During the beginning of this tour, the full band also played a few New York-based TV programs: Saturday Night Live, David Letterman, and TRL. On the night of the album's release, Dave sat in with Phish's Trey Anastasio in Richmond for a few songs, including Everyday, foreshadowing the future Dave and Trey encores on the 2003-04 Dave & Friends tour. The band announced the first part of its lengthy Spring/Summer tour, which they soon followed by adding second nights to several shows that sold out quickly, including Charlottesville. In March, dates for the second part of the tour were leaked via "hacked" URLs on their website. A few weeks later, the band announced the second leg of the 2001 tour; however, there were quite a few dates that were missing when compared to the leaked dates: Alpine 8/31-9/1, Minneapolis 9/3, Kansas City 9/5, St. Louis 9/6, Deer Creek 9/8-10, Riverbend 9/12-13, Polaris 9/15-16, Blossom 9/18, and Star Lake 9/20-21. These dates were never officially announced. At the end of March, about a month after the release of Everyday, the band's 2000 sessions with Steve Lillywhite were infamously leaked online.
In April, with less than two weeks to go before the pair of kick-off homecoming shows in Charlottesville, the band announced that it was cancelling the second night in Charlottesville due to poor ticket sales. With expectations arguably unreasonably high for the 4/21 Charlottesville show (the band hadn't played in its hometown in 5 years, which was half of its lifespan at the time, and these shows coincided with what was then believed to be the band's 10th anniversary), DMB kicked off the tour with a set that comprised mostly radio singles and/or Everyday songs. The list of dates on the tour t-shirts sold in Charlottesville included the rumored Alpine and Minneapolis dates, giving fans hope that those shows would be announced soon; they never were, and they (along with the 8/22 Vancouver date) disappeared from t-shirts sold at later shows.
In early May, the band played the New Orleans Jazzfest, a show which included a guest spot from Lenny Kravitz on Watchtower followed by a shocking performance of Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard with Paul Simon taking Dave's place. The latter hadn't been played since 11.17.92, making it currently the sixth-longest return of a song in the band's history. By mid-May, DMB had recruited Butch Taylor to once again join them on the road to help with the new songs, many of which sounded hollow without keyboards to flesh them out. From 5/18/01 until 4/1/08, Butch would play at every single DMB show. The first 2001 shows with Butch were a two-night stand in San Francisco with Carlos Santana guesting on Friday and Trey Anastasio guesting on Saturday.
By June, the Vancouver date had disappeared from tour t-shirts and from the official website without any announcement. Over the course of the tour, fans became aware of the reason behind the apparent cancellation of this show and the Midwest dates: Dave's wife was pregnant and due in mid-September. The band/management believed they could squeeze in the Alpine and Minneapolis dates, but they hadn't announced them yet; then they found out that Mrs. Matthews was expecing twins, which pushed her due date up to early September, and the band decided to end the tour in Salt Lake City. It remains unclear why the Vancouver show was called off despite its being before the Gorge and Salt Lake City shows; however, it was either due to Dave not wanting to potentially be out of the country when his children were born or to booking negotiations with the venue. The latter seems more likely as Salt Lake City is much farther from Seattle than is Vancouver, and at the time, it was not as difficult to pass between the U.S. and Canada as it is in today's post-9/11 world.
By the time Dave's children were born, the band had announced a brief international tour, on which they would play Mexico, England, Germany, and Australia. Then tragedy struck the United States on September 11, and international travel became increasingly difficult and possibly risky. The band pulled out of their international tour, but Dave decided to still play a few solo gigs in London. It would be 2005 before the band would finally play Australia and 2007 before they made it back to Europe (Dave played a few more solo shows in the UK in 2006). They have still never played in Mexico.
4.22.01 - Scott Stadium, Charlottesville, VA - cancelled
8.22.01 - GM Palace, Vancouver, BC, CAN - cancelled; on some t-shirts
8.31.01 - Alpine Valley Music Theatre, East Troy, WI - on some t-shirts; never announced
9.1.01 - Alpine Valley Music Theatre, East Troy, WI - on some t-shirts; never announced
9.3.01 - TBD, Minneapolis, MN - on some t-shirts; never announced
9.5.01 - Sandstone Amphitheatre, Bonner Springs, KS - never announced
9.6.01 - Riverport Amphitheatre, Maryland Heights, MO - never announced
9.8.01 - Deer Creek Music Center, Noblesville, IN - never announced
9.9.01 - Deer Creek Music Center, Noblesville, IN - never announced
9.10.01 - Deer Creek Music Center, Noblesville, IN - never announced
9.12.01 - Riverbend Music Center, Cincinnati, OH - never announced
9.13.01 - Riverbend Music Center, Cincinnati, OH - never announced
9.15.01 - Polaris Amphitheatre, Columbus, OH - never announced
9.16.01 - Polaris Ampthitheatre, Columbus, OH - never announced
9.18.01 - Blossom Music Center, Cuyahoga Falls, OH - never announced
9.20.01 - Post-Gazette Pavilion, Burgettstown, PA - never announced
9.21.01 - Post-Gazette Pavilion, Burgettstown, PA - never announced
11.6.01 - El Auditorio Nacional, Mexico City, MEX - cancelled
11.12.01 - Hanover Grand, London, ENG, GBR - changed to Dave solo
11.13.01 - Docks, Hamburg, DEU - cancelled
11.14.01 - Anker, Leipsic, DEU - cancelled
11.15.01 - Live Music Hall, Cologne, DEU - cancelled
11.18.01 - Casino, Berlin, DEU - cancelled
11.19.01 - Capitol, Offenbach am Main, DEU - cancelled
11.20.01 - Georg Elser Halle, Munich, DEU - cancelled
11.30.01 - Palais Theatre, St. Kilda, VIC, AUS - cancelled
12.1.01 - State Theatre, Sydney, NSW, AUS - cancelled
| List of Liberations
||added on 7/29/2013
|The band has been knocking a few songs off the "liberation list" this tour, so we wanted to update the list of every such "liberation" the band has done in its history. See the most recent "Waiting to Be Liberated" post for the "ground rules." Songs that are highlighted have been officially released (see Live Trax v26 write up).
| Live Release Stats
||added on 7/18/2013
|The following stats are as of Live Trax Vol. 26:
Click here for a song chart for all officially released shows (full shows only).
56: Ants Marching
46: Jimi Thing, Tripping Billies, Warehouse
45: Two Step
44: Dancing Nancies
39: All Along the Watchtower
34: Crash into Me
32: #41, So Much to Say
31: Lie in Our Graves
30: One Sweet World, Too Much
Least-released songs (with 10 or more plays at DMB or D&T shows):
4: #27, Alligator Pie, Can't Stop, Captain, Dive In, Little Red Bird, Long Black Veil, Oh, Sugar Will
3: #40, American Baby, Big Eyed Fish, Blue Water, Burning Down the House, Busted Stuff, Cortez the Killer, Down by the River, I Did It, If I Had It All, Joyride, Kit Kat Jam, Spoon, Steady As We Go, Still Water, Stolen Away on 55th & 3rd, Write a Song
2: #34, Angel, Break Free, Crazy Easy, Deed Is Done, Everybody Wake Up, Exodus, Fool to Think, Get in Line, Leave Me Praying, Let You Down, Rye Whiskey, Shotgun, Sledgehammer, So Right, Spotlight, Stand Up, Sweet, Sweet Up and Down, Time of the Season
1: A Dream So Real, Dreamed I Killed God, For the Beauty of Wynona, Funny How Time Slips Away, Gaucho, Good Good Time, Mercy, Money, The Needle and the Damage Done, The Riff, Sleep to Dream Her, Snow Outside, Waste
0: Baby Blue, Belly Belly Nice, Blackjack, Broken Things, If I Had a Boat, If Only, People People, Rooftop, Watermelon Smilin' on the Vine, Wild Horses
Songs played more than once by Dave & Tim but never released by them:
#36, Big Eyed Fish, Blue Water, Busted Stuff, Cryptorchid, Digging a Ditch, Dive In, Don't Burn the Pig, For the Beauty of Wynona, If I Had a Boat, If I Had Words, The Last Stop, Pantala Naga Pampa, Proudest Monkey, Rapunzel, Rhyme & Reason, Spoon, Stay (Wasting Time), Too Much, Watermelon Smilin' on the Vine, A Whiter Shade of Pale, Wild Horses.
Most-released songs by Dave & Friends:
1: Every song that was played at Bonnaroo
0: Every song that wasn't played at Bonnaroo
Most-released song from each album:
Under the Table and Dreaming: Ants Marching (56)
Crash: Tripping Billies (46)
Before These Crowded Streets: Don't Drink the Water (28)
Everyday: Everyday (26)
Busted Stuff: Grey Street (22)
Some Devil: Gravedigger (19)
Stand Up: Louisiana Bayou (15)
Big Whiskey and the GrooGrux King: Lying in the Hands of God / Why I Am (9)
Away from the World: Sweet (2)
Least-released song from each album:
Under the Table and Dreaming: #34 (2)
Crash: Let You Down (2)
Before These Crowded Streets: Spoon (3)
Everyday: Sleep to Dream Her (1)
Busted Stuff: Big Eyed Fish / Busted Stuff / Kit Kat Jam (3)
Some Devil: Baby (0)
Stand Up: Everybody Wake Up / Stand Up (2)
Big Whiskey and the GrooGrux King: Baby Blue (0)
Away from the World: Belly Belly Nice / Belly Full / Broken Things / Drunken Soldier / If Only / Rooftop (0)
Full-show releases by type:
Live Trax: 28
Full-show releases by performer(s):
Dave Matthews Band: 61
Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds: 8
Dave Matthews & Friends: 1
Dave Matthews solo: 2
Full-show releases by year:
1991: | 0
1992: -| 1
1993: -----| 5 (3 DMB, 2 D&T)
1994: -----| 5
1995: ---------| 9
1996: -------| 7 (5 DMB, 2 D&T)
1997: --| 2 (1 DMB, 1 D&T)
1998: --| 2
1999: -| 1
2000: ---| 3
2001: -| 1
2002: ----| 4 (3 DMB, 1 Dave solo)
2003: ---| 3 (2 DMB, 1 D&T)
2004: ----| 4 (2 DMB, 1 D&F, 1 Dave solo)
2005: ----| 4
2006: ---| 3
2007: -----| 5 (4 DMB, 1 D&T)
2008: -----| 5
2009: ---| 3 (2 DMB, 1 D&T)
2010: ----| 4
2011: -| 1
2012: | 0
2013: | 0
| Twenty-one? No, let's make it eighteen.
||added on 7/16/2013
|On June 25, DMB management announced that the 7.30.03 show from Sleep Train Amphitheatre in Marysville, California (it now has a Wheatland address), will be released on August 6, 2013, as Live Trax Vol. 26. While this release is the 72nd DMB (or related) show to be released in full, it marks just the second DMB show from 2003 to see an official release, the other being 9.24's Central Park show (the 2003 Dave & Tim show from Appalachian State has also been released officially). Unless otherwise specified, all numbers and statistics in this article exclude Dave & Tim, Dave solo, and Dave & Friends performances and releases.
The 2003 Summer Tour began what would become a trend of the band using its non–album-supporting tours to dust off some songs they hadn't played in a while (see also 2006, 2010, and 2013 in particular). Of the 21 songs that would have been on our "liberation list" at the start of 2003, 8 of them had been "liberated" by the end of the year: Cry Freedom, The Dreaming Tree, I'll Back You Up, The Last Stop, The Maker, Pay for What You Get, Spoon, and Typical Situation.
Fans of Under the Table and Dreaming and/or Before These Crowded Streets will find a lot to like about this particular show as it includes five songs from each album, most of which are deeper cuts (i.e., not Ants Marching or Don't Drink the Water). Indeed, the opening 5-song run features three UTTAD songs followed by two BTCS songs, including the first time The Best of What's Around had opened a show in nearly two years.
Three of the songs from this show are already released on various compilation discs: Digging a Ditch is on Warehouse 5 Vol. 7/Warehouse 8 Vol. 4, The Dreaming Tree is on the Central Park bonus disc (Live At...), and Pig is on Warehouse 5 Vol. 6/Warehouse 8 Vol. 3. Previously, there had been 35 song performances released from 2003, with 30 unique songs; with the release of Live Trax 26, there will now be 53 performances, with 41 unique songs. Songs that now have multiple 2003 performances released are All Along the Watchtower (7.30 & 9.24), Anyone Seen the Bridge (7.30 & 9.24), Jimi Thing (7.30 & 9.24), The Last Stop (6.20 & 8.8), Rhyme & Reason (7.30 & 9.24), So Much to Say (7.30 & 9.24), Spoon (7.30 & 9.14), Stay (7.19 & 9.24), Warehouse (7.30 & 9.24), What Would You Say (7.30 & 9.24), and What You Are (6.30 & 9.24). Prior to Live Trax 26, no performances from 2003 had been released since 2008 (WH5v7/WH8v4).
The most noteworthy inclusion on this release, from a completion standpoint, is undoubtedly Sleep to Dream Her, which, after 12 years of existence, is finally getting an official release. The song was on the printed setlist for the 2001 Folsom Field released show, but it was cut from the actual setlist and has kept skirting release ever since. With the exception of Dreams of Our Fathers, which has never been played live, all of the songs from Everyday now have at least one official live release, leaving Some Devil (missing Baby), Big Whiskey & the GrooGrux King (missing Baby Blue), and Away from the World (missing Belly Belly Nice, Belly Full, Broken Things, Drunken Soldier, If Only, and Rooftop) as the only albums without that distinction.
This show has the second-highest rarity ranking of all the shows on the 2003 Summer Tour, second only to 7.3.03 in Chicago: four of the songs on this release were played fewer than 10 times in 2003: Minarets (8 times), Kit Kat Jam (7), Sleep to Dream Her (7), and The Best of What's Around (5), all five of which are seeing their first 2003 release here.
Six songs on LT26 will still have fewer than 10 official releases, not limited to DMB performances: Digging a Ditch (8 releases), The Dreaming Tree (7), Pig (6), Kit Kat Jam (3), Spoon (3), and Sleep to Dream Her (1). Five songs will now have more than 30 official releases: Jimi Thing (46), Warehouse (46), All Along the Watchtower (39), Crash into Me (34), and So Much to Say (32).
Here are the official release notes from DMB management:
7.30.2003 Sleep Train Amphitheatre in Marysville, CA is our next carefully selected volume in the Live Trax series. The show has a spacious but powerful quality to it, with the band members really living in the songs and enjoying the interplay between each other. Highlights of the show include the dramatic peaks of Spoon which had not been played since 99 [Ed. note: it actually made its post-'99 debut the previous night]; the intense Dreaming Tree jam; and the mini set of So Much To Say>Anyone Seen the Bridge>Pantala Naga Pampa>Rapunzel towards the end of the show. The version of Sleep to Dream Her might just be the best one we’ve heard and is a perfect example of the quiet cool of LeRoi Moore. Minarets is another powerful tune with a haunting sound thanks to Dave’s vocal delivery and the wingmen, Boyd and LeRoi, delivering another classic melody line.
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Here is the updated table of full shows that have been released:
|#||Date||Show Type||Venue||City, State||Release Type||Release Date|
|1||8.15.95||DMB||Red Rocks Amphitheatre||Morrison, CO||in-store||10.28.97|
|2||2.6.96||Dave & Tim||CFL Auditorium (Luther College)||Decorah, IA||in-store||1.19.99|
|3||9.11.99||DMB||Continental Airlines Arena||East Rutherford, NJ||in-store||11.23.99|
|4||12.19.98||DMB||United Center||Chicago, IL||in-store||10.23.01|
|5||7.11.01||DMB||Folsom Field (UC–Boulder)||Boulder, CO||in-store||11.5.02|
|6||9.24.03||DMB||Central Park||New York, NY||in-store||11.18.03|
|7||6.11.04||Dave & Friends||Bonnaroo Music Festival||Manchester, TN||Live Bonnaroo||6.12.04|
|8||9.6.02||DMB||The Gorge Amphitheatre||George, WA||in-store||6.29.04|
|11||12.8.98||DMB||Worcester Centrum||Worcester, MA||Live Trax||11.2.04|
|12||9.12.04||DMB||Golden Gate Park||San Francisco, CA||Live Trax||12.17.04|
|13||8.27.00||DMB||Meadows Music Theatre||Hartford, CT||Live Trax||3.17.05|
|14||4.30.96||DMB||Classic Amphitheater||Henrico, VA||Live Trax||9.2.05|
|15||9.9.05||DMB||Red Rocks Amphitheatre||Morrison, CO||in-store||11.29.05|
|19||8.23.95||DMB||Baldwin Memorial Pavilion (Oakland University)||Rochester Hills, MI||Live Trax||5.26.06|
|20||7.7.06||DMB||Fenway Park||Boston, MA||Live Trax||9.26.06|
|22||12.31.96||DMB||Hampton Coliseum||Hampton, VA||Live Trax||12.12.06|
|23||8.7.04||DMB||Alpine Valley Music Theatre||East Troy, WI||Live Trax||3.20.07|
|24||3.23.07||DMB||MGM Grand||Las Vegas, NV||Live Trax||6.5.07|
|26||4.22.07||Dave & Tim||Radio City Music Hall||New York, NY||in-store||8.14.07|
|27||9.8.07||DMB||Piedmont Park||Atlanta, GA||in-store||12.11.07|
|28||5.25.07||DMB||Atlantic Pavilion||Lisbon, POR||Live Trax||11.6.07|
|29||8.29.00||DMB||Saratoga Performing Arts Center||Saratoga Springs, NY||Live Trax||3.25.08|
|30||5.5.95||DMB||L.B. Day Amphitheater||Salem, OR||Live Trax||7.8.08|
|31||6.7.08||DMB||Busch Stadium||St. Louis, MO||Live Trax||10.14.08|
|32||7.20.08||DMB||Dick's Sporting Goods Park||Commerce City, CO||in-store||12.16.08|
|33||4.22.93||Dave & Tim||Prism Coffeehouse||Charlottesville, VA||DMBlive||12.19.08|
|34||4.26.94||DMB||Town Point Park||Norfolk, VA||DMBlive||12.19.08|
|35||10.22.94||DMB||Blue Note||Columbia, MO||DMBlive||12.19.08|
|36||10.24.02||Dave solo||Benaroya Hall||Seattle, WA||DMBlive||12.19.08|
|37||3.29.03||Dave & Tim||Holmes Convocation Center (Appalachian State)||Boone, NC||DMBlive||12.19.08|
|38||1.9.04||Dave solo||China Club||New York, NY||DMBlive||12.23.08|
|39||6.28.08||DMB||Nissan Pavilion||Bristow, VA||Live Trax||3.24.09|
|40||8.9.08||DMB||Alpine Valley Music Theatre||East Troy, WI||Live Trax||6.2.09|
|41||3.26.94||DMB||Irving Plaza||New York, NY||DMBlive||7.22.09|
|42||6.26.00||DMB||Riverbend Music Center||Cincinnati, OH||Live Trax||9.15.09|
|43||4.10.93||DMB||The Bayou||Washington, DC||DMBlive||9.16.09|
|44||5.10.95||DMB||Warfield Theatre||San Francisco, CA||DMBlive||9.16.09|
|45||1.27.93||DMB||The Flood Zone||Richmond, VA||DMBlive||11.30.09|
|46||6.26.09||DMB||Brixton Academy||London, ENG||in-store (DVD)||12.22.09|
|47||7.5.09||DMB||Piazza Napoleone||Lucca, ITA||in-store|
|48||12.12.09||Dave & Tim||Planet Hollywood Theater||Las Vegas, NV||in-store||2.9.10|
|49||10.24.96||DMB||Frank Erwin Center||Austin, TX||DMBlive||2.25.10|
|50||7.6.97||DMB||Shoreline Amphitheatre||Mountain View, CA||Live Trax||5.4.10|
|51||12.21.92||DMB||The Bayou||Washington, DC||DMBlive||6.8.10|
|52||6.4.96||DMB||GTE Virginia Beach Amphitheater||Virginia Beach, VA||Live Trax||8.31.10|
|53||2.25.95||DMB||Kirby Fieldhouse (Lafayette College)||Easton, PA||DMBlive||9.14.10|
|54||9.30.08||DMB||Vivo Rio||Rio de Janeiro, BRA||Live Trax||11.9.10|
|55||7.17.10||DMB||Citi Field||Flushing, NY||in-store||11.9.10|
|56||11.26.94||DMB||Backstage Theatre||Seattle, WA||DMBlive||1.19.11|
|57||8.19.93||DMB||Wetlands Preserve||New York, NY||Live Trax||5.15.11|
|58||9.17.10||DMB||Wrigley Field||Chicago, IL||in-store||5.31.11|
|60||7.20.95||DMB||Mud Island River Park Amphitheatre||Memphis, TN||DMBlive||9.29.11|
|61||9.9.96||DMB||Oak Mountain Amphitheatre||Pelham, AL||DMBlive||9.29.11|
|62||6.26.11||DMB||Bader Field||Atlantic City, NJ||in-store||12.16.11|
|63||8.4.95||DMB||SOMA||San Diego, CA||Live Trax||2.28.12|
|64||6.13.93||Dave & Tim||Memphis||Richmond, VA||DMBlive||3.15.12|
|65||7.14.10||DMB||Toyota Pavilion at Montage Mountain||Scranton, PA||Live Trax||6.12.12|
|66||3.2.94||DMB||Masquerade Nightclub||Tampa, FL||DMBlive||6.20.12|
|67||2.19.96||Dave & Tim||Whittemore Center Arena (UNH)||Durham, NH||Live Trax||12.11.12|
|68||2.8.97||Dave & Tim||Spartanburg Memorial Auditorium||Spartanburg, SC||Live Trax||12.11.12|
|69||4.7.95||DMB||Cameron Indoor Stadium (Duke)||Durham, NC||DMBlive||5.1.13|
|70||5.30.06||DMB||UMB Bank Pavilion||Maryland Heights, MO||Live Trax||5.21.13|
|71||3.25.95||DMB||The Revolver Club||Madrid, ESP||DMBlive||5.29.13|
|72||7.30.03||DMB||Sleep Train Amphitheatre||Wheatland, CA||Live Trax||8.6.13||
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