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Van Hagar's first album? added on 8/30/2015
We've had a few people ask us to clarify the claim from DMB management that the band will be playing its 50th show at the Gorge this year. The reason for the confusion is that our site's page for the Gorge says they've already played 51 shows there, and clicking the venue's name on a show's page indicates that they will have played 57 shows there by the time this year's run is over.

First of all, the reason for the different numbers within our own site is that the count on the venue page only includes shows that have already happened and doesn't include shows where a member of DMB guested with another band, whereas clicking the venue name on a show page displays the total number of shows at that venue in our database, including future shows.

Management's original email on the subject stated that "DMB's 50th performance at the Gorge [will be] on Sunday Sept 6th." They seem to have realized that that isn't accurate and have since changed to simply stating that this year's run will include the band's 50th show there.

So why are our numbers different than theirs? They're only counting full-band shows, and our site counts everything. Here are the "other" shows that aren't included in the 50-show count:

8.4.96 - Dave guesting with Blues Traveler
7.11.97 - Dave guesting with Los Lobos
9.8.02 - Dave and Jason Mraz's band
9.2.07 - Dave guesting with Robert Randolph & The Family Band
9.4.11 - Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds

If you remove those five shows from the count, then DMB will be playing its 50th, 51st, and 52nd gigs at the Gorge next weekend. If you want to count only shows where DMB was the headlining act, you need to further remove the 8.4.96 H.O.R.D.E. show; in that case, the band will be headlining its 49th, 50th, and 51st gigs at the Gorge next weekend.

So, in summary, the 50th show at the Gorge featuring at least one member of DMB was on 8.31.13; the 50th DMB show will be on 9.4.15; and the 50th DMB headlining show will be on 9.5.15.

The only venues at which the band has played more shows are Charlottesville's Trax (147 shows) and Richmond's Flood Zone (76 shows), where they used to play weekly in their formative years. Since both venues have shut down (and the band outgrew them long ago anyway), the Gorge creeps closer every year. Still, at three shows per year, the Gorge will not be tied with the Flood Zone until 2023.
He laughs in full light of my frown added on 7/5/2015
In light of last night's double encore at SPAC, people have been inquiring about previous double encores, so we have updated the following table of all shows with two encores.

It's worth noting that while the second night in Charlottesville in 2010 almost had a second encore, most of the band (except Tim and Boyd) stayed on stage and immediately started planning the next song, so we count it all as one encore. Also, there very well may be some unknown setlists from the early days that would be on this chart if they were known.



#DateShow TypeVenueCity, State/CountrySecond Encore Song(s)
11.30.93DMBZollman's PavilionLexington, VAPay for What You Get
25.27.93Dave & TimJefferson TheaterCharlottesville, VAAll Along the Watchtower, So Much to Say, Angel from Montgomery
31.29.94Dave & TimWetlands PreserveNew York, NYTwo Step
47.21.94DMBIvory TuskTuscaloosa, ALImprov Jam, Ants Marching
59.1.96DMBBlockbuster PavilionCharlotte, NCAll Along the Watchtower
611.12.01Dave soloHanover GrandLondon, ENG, GBRLong Black Veil, Ants Marching
712.13.03Dave & FriendsDunkin' Donuts CenterProvidence, RIHey Bulldog
85.12.06Dave soloManchester Academy 1Manchester, ENG, GBRCrash Into Me
95.13.06Dave soloCarling Academy BirminghamBirmingham, ENG, GBRToo Much, Crash Into Me
105.15.06Dave soloHammersmith ApolloLondon, ENG, GBRI'll Back You Up, All Along the Watchtower
113.8.07Dave & TimCapitolOffenbach am Main, DEUJimi Thing » What Will Become of Me » Little Thing, Where Are You Going, Two Step
124.22.07Dave & TimRadio City Music HallNew York, NY#41, Two Step
135.25.07DMBPavilhão AtlânticoLisbon, PRTDon't Drink the Water, Pantala Naga Pampa » Rapunzel
147.5.09DMBPiazza NapoleoneLucca, ITARye Whiskey, Pantala Naga Pampa » Rapunzel
157.11.09DMBPasseio Maritimo de AlgésOeiras, PRTAll Along the Watchtower
162.16.10DMBCongress Center HamburgHamburg, DEUAll Along the Watchtower
172.17.10DMBTempodromBerlin, DEUSo Damn Lucky
182.20.10DMBZenithMunich, DEUAll Along the Watchtower
192.25.10DMBPalaSport San LazzaroPadua, ITATwo Step
207.6.10Dave & TimConstellation Brands–Marvin Sands Performing Arts CenterCanandaigua, NYBaby Blue, Don't Drink the Water
219.18.11DMBRandall's Island ParkNew York, NYThank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin)
225.26.13DMBSaratoga Performing Arts CenterSaratoga Springs, NYHalloween
231.17.15Dave & TimParamount TheatreOakland, CAI'll Back You Up, Tripping Billies
247.4.15DMBSaratoga Performing Arts CenterSaratoga Springs, NYAnts Marching [fake] » Halloween
Love! With Glasses Raised, You and I We Toast Each Other added on 6/24/2015
On June 10th, DMB management announced that Live Trax Volume 34 would be June 24, 1999 - the finale of their sold out three-night run at the Deer Creek Music Center in Noblesville, Indiana (while now called Klipsch Music Center, we will refer to the venue as Deer Creek through this article to stay consistent). Aside from the show itself, this release is notable because it checks a few unchecked boxes and continues the streak of Live Trax releases having something different from all other releases. A Dave & Tim show from March 1999 was released last year, but the last full band show from 1999 that was released was Listener Supported, performed on 9.11.99 and released two months later (thirteen and half years ago). While that show wasn’t entirely different from the Summer Tour, it still took place over a month after the tour wrapped in early August at Hartford. Butch Taylor and the Lovely Ladies guested for both the Listener show and several stops throughout the proper tour, and aside from #36, most songs played were common on that tour. But this is the first show released from the tour itself.

A strict count of DMB-related shows at Deer Creek will put the number higher, but this year’s shows will take the full band concert count up to 36. Yet there had not been a release from this venue. While there have been numerous memorable shows there, we wanted to mention some of the more notable ones. Their first show at the venue took place on 6.19.96 and featured Ben Harper & Leon Mobley guesting in the encore. The show on 8.9.98 featured the last true old school #36. In 2000, they played possibly the most unexpected encore in their history at that point bringing back The Maker and closing with JTR only two days after its official re-debut. In 2001, the band skipped Midwestern sheds assumed due to the projected timing of the birth of Dave’s first children. However he came back and played an emotional solo set for Farm Aid in their first public performance post-9/11. Skipping ahead through some shows that deserve the mention they aren’t getting, 6.13.05 featured Robert Randolph leading the band in a 10-minute improv jam that contained snippets of Michael Jackson songs seguing into Watchtower.

The second decade of shows at Deer Creek kicked off on 6.2.06 and was the night that the venue got its first song debut, The Idea of You. This performance also marked the debut of Dave’s Veillette soprano guitar and is widely considered both one of the best versions of the song and the best debut performances. It also had an unexpected comical moment when Dave responded to a #40 sign with a common tease of several chords and the first line. Instead of being satisfied when he stopped, the crowd light-heartedly booed him and laughed – it’s very audible on the recording. After a minute or so of non-offended disbelief, he promised to give it a go the next night, which he did in the encore preceding the first Dreaming Tree since the 2003 Summer Tour break took several deep catalog songs hostage (Digging a Ditch was also liberated that day). On 8.18.07 DMB played the first full band version of Eh Hee. The next year they faked Too Much into another song for the first time since 2000. In 2012, they liberated the perpetual showpiece Typical Situation and played a version of Fool to Think that contained a one-off extended outro. Finally on the second night of the 2013 stand, Brandi Carlisle guested on Spoon and The Space Between was played for the first time full band since 2004.

At 34 complete shows, Deer Creek was by far the most prolific venue without a release. Now that ignominious title goes to First Niagara Pavilion in Burgettstown, Pennsylvania at 25 full band shows. Deer Creek has had several individual tracks released in the past:

Everyday & All Along the Watchtower (9.29.01 – Farm Aid: Concert For America, 2001 DVD – Dave solo)
Kit Kat Jam (8.11.02 – Warehouse 8, vol. 7)
What You Are (6.30.03 – Warehouse 8, vol. 1)
• Eh Hee & Don’t Drink the Water (6.22.12 – Away From the World – Super Deluxe Bonus DVD)
• Spoon (6.22.13 – Warehouse 10, vol. 2 – with Brandi Carlisle on vocals)


The show itself is not a typical 1999 Summer Tour show. The show has the highest rarity rating of the tour, which we calculate by looking at all of the shows within that tour only. Seven of the fifteen songs were played at less than 20% of the shows that tour. Seven of the ten most played songs of the tour weren’t played that night. The tour was heavy with Before These Crowded Streets songs, but those songs were played the first two nights at this stand leaving a lot of the older tunes played less frequently for the finale. The opener One Sweet World was played without the intro for only the 4th time at a full band show since the 1995 Spring Tour, though is more common now. Proudest Monkey had debuted on the tour a week earlier, The Best of What’s Around, The Song That Jane Likes, Granny and Typical Situation were all infrequent. Dancing Nancies went into limited moratorium in 1999. After heavy play for eight years, it was only played full band nine times from Worcester in 1998 until the middle of the 2002 Summer Tour when a sign campaign brought the song back to full glory. The rarest song of the show is the Daniel Lanois cover For the Beauty of Wynona. It was only played twice full band after this show, both with guests and it has been previously released only on Live Trax v17.

This show gathers momentum from the start, through mostly improvised Granny lyrics and almost doesn’t stop until the last note of the intense Drive In Drive Out stand closer, taken to another level by Carter and Dave’s vocal ad lib during the bridge. This part of the tour contained unique Warehouse » Ants Marching segues. These segues took three different forms and all skipped the snare intro and went directly into the intro horn section of Ants. There was a quick Warehouse fake that lasted around thirty seconds, a partial half-version of Warehouse that you could say Ants interrupted after the first chorus, then a full version of both songs (click here to see when all these took place). On this night, it seems they tried a fourth. The end of Warehouse goes slightly further than it did on other full version segued nights, then stops abruptly, begging for Carter to start the snare intro. But then he doesn’t. At the show, finger pointing and laughs filled the stage for a moment before Carter finally starts. It sounds a bit awkward without context, we’ll have to see if the editing connects the two songs.

Finally, management has continued their streak of adding bonus content to Live Trax releases by including a third, “filler" disc with material from the previous two nights that complement the show. They had just played Cry Freedom for the first time in two years, and this is only the fifth full band release. The first successful sign campaign saw #40 return in the tour - mostly Dave solo. This version contains accompaniment from Carter and Stefan, which qualifies this version as its official liberation. Three other songs from Crash that are representative of the tour are included. Say Goodbye had become a concert showpiece from Summer 1998 to Summer 2000, Crash Into Me had started to find its natural place in the setlists now that it was no longer the recent and popular single, Two Step was in the middle of its metamorphosis into the epic that we know now. We also see a few more tracks from Before These Crowded Streets. Certain performances from the first nights like The Stone and Pig would’ve been difficult to include, but Rapunzel and an especially angry version of The Last Stop did make the cut. This was the last tour that Dave did his own tuning. Streets had added two different tunings, and the next tour brought an additional guitar with two different tunings of its own. It occasionally led to longer pauses between songs and frequent guitar changes starting in 2000. Before this performance of The Last Stop, the tuning took longer than normal, then a technical glitch caused two emergency guitar changes. On the audience recording, you can hear Dave rip the cord out of the guitar and throw it down before he was brought a replacement. He took out his anger on one of the best candidates and is the perfect close of this set despite its mid-set placement in the show.

The last several Live Trax releases have brought something new each time. v23 & v24 were the first Dave & Tim in the series, v26 was the first 2003 tour release, v27 was pointed at the South American tour as a promo item, v28 brought the first bonus disc and DVD, v29 is the only 2013 release, v30 is a compilation of a historic stand, v31 had the first filler disc, v32 is the only 2014 release, v33 added filler to a two-disc set and includes an unheard soundcheck song and now v34 is our first Summer 1999. We will definitely run out of “firsts" sooner rather than later, but the uniqueness of the past several releases have us as excited for the future as we are for this one. In an additional classy touch, this show releases on a Friday, the day of this year’s Deer Creek show and you can pre-order here and a Soundcloud sample of Too Much has been recently added.

Here is the official write up sent by Red Light:

In 2015 DMB will play their 35th show at Klipsch Music Center, making it their third most visited amphitheatre. We are pleased to announce June 24, 1999 as the 34th volume of the Live Trax series and celebrate this essential Summer Tour stop. This is the first show released from the venue formally called Deer Creek Music Center and closes the three-night run. This is also the first Live Trax release of the 1999 Summer Tour, which featured the still recent Before These Crowded Streets repertoire mixed with deeper cuts from the catalog.

Opening with an older run of songs highlighted by LeRoi Moore's stunning work on Jimi Thing, The Best of What's Around and Proudest Monkey, the band shift into the dark Daniel Lanois cover For the Beauty of Wynona - one of the last full band versions and released only once before in the Live Trax series. The show's climax begins with a version of Granny with Dave singing unique improvised lyrics before an abruptly-ended Warehouse and set closing Ants Marching. Following an expanded version of Typical Situation, Dave takes Drive In, Drive Out to another level of intensity that just has to be heard; a perfect encore to end a fantastic run at Deer Creek.

We have selected a third disc of bonus material from June 22 and 23, 1999 at Deer Creek that includes songs that had then been recently reinserted into set lists such as Cry Freedom and #40. The package concludes with a version of The Last Stop that you won't be able turn up loud enough.

Please Note: This item is available for pre-order. CDs will ship on or around July 14th. Downloads will be available July 17th.
This is not the greatest song in the world added on 5/15/2015
With last night's passing of B.B. King, we have put together the following list of tribute covers the band has played when other beloved musicians have died:

DateCover SongTribute to...
8.11.95Eyes of the WorldJerry Garcia (8.1.42–8.9.95)
9.13.03Ring of FireJohnny Cash (2.26.32–9.12.03)
8.7.04Super FreakRick James (2.1.48–8.6.04)
6.26.09I'll Be ThereMichael Jackson (8.29.58–6.25.09)
6.13.12Brass MonkeyMCA (8.5.64–5.4.12)
LT33 added on 5/6/2015
With the recent releases of 1.31.95 and 4.5.95, we wanted to update our table of full shows that have been released. Here you go:


#DateShow TypeVenueCity, StateRelease TypeRelease Date
18.15.95DMBRed Rocks AmphitheatreMorrison, COin-store10.28.97
22.6.96Dave & TimCFL Auditorium (Luther College)Decorah, IAin-store1.19.99
39.11.99DMBContinental Airlines ArenaEast Rutherford, NJin-store11.23.99
412.19.98DMBUnited CenterChicago, ILin-store10.23.01
57.11.01DMBFolsom Field (UC–Boulder)Boulder, COin-store11.5.02
69.24.03DMBCentral ParkNew York, NYin-store11.18.03
76.11.04Dave & FriendsBonnaroo Music FestivalManchester, TNLive Bonnaroo6.12.04
89.6.02DMBThe Gorge AmphitheatreGeorge, WAin-store6.29.04
99.7.02
109.8.02
1112.8.98DMBWorcester CentrumWorcester, MALive Trax 111.2.04
129.12.04DMBGolden Gate ParkSan Francisco, CALive Trax 212.17.04
138.27.00DMBMeadows Music TheatreHartford, CTLive Trax 33.17.05
144.30.96DMBClassic AmphitheaterHenrico, VALive Trax 49.2.05
159.9.05DMBRed Rocks AmphitheatreMorrison, COin-store11.29.05
169.10.05
179.11.05
189.12.05
198.23.95DMBBaldwin Memorial Pavilion (Oakland University)Rochester Hills, MILive Trax 55.26.06
207.7.06DMBFenway ParkBoston, MALive Trax 69.26.06
217.8.06
2212.31.96DMBHampton ColiseumHampton, VALive Trax 712.12.06
238.7.04DMBAlpine Valley Music TheatreEast Troy, WILive Trax 83.20.07
243.23.07DMBMGM GrandLas Vegas, NVLive Trax 96.5.07
253.24.07
264.22.07Dave & TimRadio City Music HallNew York, NYin-store8.14.07
279.8.07DMBPiedmont ParkAtlanta, GAin-store12.11.07
285.25.07DMBAtlantic PavilionLisbon, PORLive Trax 1011.6.07
298.29.00DMBSaratoga Performing Arts CenterSaratoga Springs, NYLive Trax 113.25.08
305.5.95DMBL.B. Day AmphitheaterSalem, ORLive Trax 127.8.08
316.7.08DMBBusch StadiumSt. Louis, MOLive Trax 1310.14.08
327.20.08DMBDick's Sporting Goods ParkCommerce City, COin-store12.16.08
334.22.93Dave & TimPrism CoffeehouseCharlottesville, VADMBlive12.19.08
344.26.94DMBTown Point ParkNorfolk, VADMBlive12.19.08
3510.22.94DMBBlue NoteColumbia, MODMBlive12.19.08
3610.24.02Dave soloBenaroya HallSeattle, WADMBlive12.19.08
373.29.03Dave & TimHolmes Convocation Center (Appalachian State)Boone, NCDMBlive12.19.08
381.9.04Dave soloChina ClubNew York, NYDMBlive12.23.08
396.28.08DMBNissan PavilionBristow, VALive Trax 143.24.09
408.9.08DMBAlpine Valley Music TheatreEast Troy, WILive Trax 156.2.09
413.26.94DMBIrving PlazaNew York, NYDMBlive7.22.09
426.26.00DMBRiverbend Music CenterCincinnati, OHLive Trax 169.15.09
434.10.93DMBThe BayouWashington, DCDMBlive9.16.09
445.10.95DMBWarfield TheatreSan Francisco, CADMBlive9.16.09
451.27.93DMBThe Flood ZoneRichmond, VADMBlive11.30.09
466.26.09DMBBrixton AcademyLondon, ENGin-store (DVD)12.22.09
477.5.09DMBPiazza NapoleoneLucca, ITAin-store
4812.12.09Dave & TimPlanet Hollywood TheaterLas Vegas, NVin-store2.9.10
4910.24.96DMBFrank Erwin CenterAustin, TXDMBlive2.25.10
507.6.97DMBShoreline AmphitheatreMountain View, CALive Trax 175.4.10
5112.21.92DMBThe BayouWashington, DCDMBlive6.8.10
526.4.96DMBGTE Virginia Beach AmphitheaterVirginia Beach, VALive Trax 188.31.10
532.25.95DMBKirby Fieldhouse (Lafayette College)Easton, PADMBlive9.14.10
549.30.08DMBVivo RioRio de Janeiro, BRALive Trax 1911.9.10
557.17.10DMBCiti FieldFlushing, NYin-store11.9.10
5611.26.94DMBBackstage TheatreSeattle, WADMBlive1.19.11
578.19.93DMBWetlands PreserveNew York, NYLive Trax 205.15.11
589.17.10DMBWrigley FieldChicago, ILin-store5.31.11
599.18.10
607.20.95DMBMud Island River Park AmphitheatreMemphis, TNDMBlive9.29.11
619.9.96DMBOak Mountain AmphitheatrePelham, ALDMBlive9.29.11
626.26.11DMBBader FieldAtlantic City, NJin-store12.16.11
638.4.95DMBSOMASan Diego, CALive Trax 212.28.12
646.13.93Dave & TimMemphisRichmond, VADMBlive3.15.12
657.14.10DMBToyota Pavilion at Montage MountainScranton, PALive Trax 226.12.12
663.2.94DMBMasquerade NightclubTampa, FLDMBlive6.20.12
672.19.96Dave & TimWhittemore Center Arena (UNH)Durham, NHLive Trax 2312.11.12
682.8.97Dave & TimSpartanburg Memorial AuditoriumSpartanburg, SCLive Trax 2412.11.12
694.7.95DMBCameron Indoor Stadium (Duke)Durham, NCDMBlive5.1.13
705.30.06DMBUMB Bank PavilionMaryland Heights, MOLive Trax 255.21.13
713.25.95DMBThe Revolver ClubMadrid, ESPDMBlive5.29.13
727.30.03DMBSleep Train AmphitheatreWheatland, CALive Trax 268.6.13
732.8.95DMBPalace TheatreAlbany, NYDMBlive8.15.13
7410.14.10DMBLuna ParkBuenos Aires, ARGLive Trax 2711.12.13
7511.19.10DMBJohn Paul Jones Arena (UVa)Charlottesville, VALive Trax 2812.17.13
763.3.99Dave & TimKingsbury Hall (U of U)Salt Lake City, UTDMBlive1.14.14
776.1.13DMBBlossom Music CenterCuyahoga Falls, OHLive Trax 294.15.14
787.28.92DMBTraxCharlottesville, VADMBlive6.12.14
796.23.01DMBTweeter CenterCamden, NJLive Trax 319.16.14
808.23.14DMBGreek TheatreBerkeley, CALive Trax 3212.9.14
814.5.95DMBThe AcademyNew York, NYDMBlive3.25.15
821.31.95DMBLupo's Heartbreak HotelProvidence, RILive Trax 335.5.15


The following stats are as of Live Trax Vol. 33:

Click here for a song chart for all officially released shows (full shows only).

Most-released songs:
61: Ants Marching
54: Warehouse
53: Jimi Thing,
52: Tripping Billies
51: Two Step
50: Dancing Nancies
46: Satellite
42: All Along the Watchtower
37: Crash into Me
36: Lie in Our Graves

Least-released songs (with 10 or more plays at DMB, D&T, or Dave solo shows):
4: #27, Alligator Pie, Blue Water, Burning Down the House, I Did It, Little Red Bird, Long Black Veil, Still Water, Stolen Away on 55th & 3rd, Sugar Will
3: #40, American Baby, Angel, Busted Stuff, Butterfly, Cortez the Killer, Down by the River, If I Had It All, Joyride, Kit Kat Jam, Let You Down, Rooftop, So Right, Steady As We Go, Sweet, Write a Song
2: #34, Belly Belly Nice, Break Free, Crazy Easy, Deed Is Done, Everybody Wake Up (Our Finest Hour Arrives), Exodus, Fool to Think, Gaucho, Get in Line, Good Good Time, Kill the King, Leave Me Praying, The Needle and the Damage Done, Rye Whiskey, Shotgun, Sledgehammer, Sleep to Dream Her, Spotlight, Stand Up (For It), Sweet Up and Down, Time of the Season, Waste
1: Baby Blue, Blackjack, A Dream So Real, Dreamed I Killed God, Drunken Soldier, For the Beauty of Wynona, Funny How Time Slips Away, If I Had a Boat, If Only, Mercy, Money, The Riff, Snow Outside, Tangerine*, Wild Horses
0: (Don't Fear) The Reaper, Belly Full, Broken Things, Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard*, People People, Redemption Song*, Runnin' Down a Dream, Sugar Man, Take Me to Tomorrow, Watermelon Smilin' on the Vine, A Whiter Shade of Pale
*fewer than 10 plays on record but most likely 10+ plays when unknown setlists are taken into account

Songs played more than once by Dave & Tim but never released by them:
#36, Big Eyed Fish, Blue Water, Busted Stuff, Can't Stop, Cryptorchid, Digging a Ditch, Dive In, Don't Burn the Pig, For the Beauty of Wynona, If I Had Words, If Only, Pantala Naga Pampa, Rapunzel, Rhyme & Reason, Snow Outside, Spoon, Take Me to Tomorrow, Watermelon Smilin' on the Vine, A Whiter Shade of Pale

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 (61)
Crash: Tripping Billies (52)
Before These Crowded Streets: Don't Drink the Water (32)
Everyday: Everyday (30)
Busted Stuff: Bartender, Grey Street (26)
Some Devil: Gravedigger (20)
Stand Up: Louisiana Bayou, You Might Die Trying (16)
Big Whiskey and the GrooGrux King: Why I Am, You & Me (12)
Away from the World: Rooftop, Sweet (3)

Least-released song from each album:
Under the Table and Dreaming: #34 (2)
Crash: Let You Down (3)
Before These Crowded Streets: Spoon (5)
Everyday: Fool to Think, Mother Father, Sleep to Dream Her (2)
Busted Stuff: Busted Stuff, Kit Kat Jam (3)
Some Devil: Baby (0)
Stand Up: Stand Up (For It) (2)
Big Whiskey and the GrooGrux King: Baby Blue (1)
Away from the World: Belly Full, Broken Things (0)

Least-released venues (with 20 or more DMB, D&T, D&F, or Dave solo shows):
1: Trax [Charlottesville, VA] (146+ shows), The Flood Zone [Richmond, VA] (76+), Xfinity Theatre [Hartford, CT] (36), Susquehanna Bank Center [Camden, NJ] (33), Saratoga Performing Arts Center [Saratoga Springs, NY] (29), Shoreline Amphitheatre [Mountain View, CA] (24)
0: Klipsch Music Center [Noblesville, IN] (33 shows), First Niagara Pavilion [Burgettstown, PA] (26), Cruzan Amphitheatre [West Palm Beach, FL] (24), Xfinity Center [Mansfield, MA] (23), The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion [The Woodlands, TX] (22)

Full-show releases by type:
in-store: 23
Live Trax: 32
DMBlive: 24
other: 1

Full-show releases by performer(s):
Dave Matthews Band: 70
Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds: 9
Dave Matthews & Friends: 1
Dave Matthews solo: 2

Full-show releases by year:
1991: | 0
1992: --| 2
1993: -----| 5 (3 DMB, 2 D&T)
1994: -----| 5
1995: ------------| 12
1996: -------| 7 (5 DMB, 2 D&T)
1997: --| 2 (1 DMB, 1 D&T)
1998: --| 2
1999: --| 2 (1 DMB, 1 D&T)
2000: ---| 3
2001: --| 2
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: ------| 6
2011: -| 1
2012: | 0
2013: -| 1
2014: -| 1
My best friend's sister's boyfriend's brother's girlfriend heard from this guy who knows this kid who's going with the girl . . . added on 9/16/2014
From us:
Live Trax Vol. 31, the latest entry in the Live Trax series, was released today and comes from the second of the band's three shows in Camden, New Jersey, in June 2001. This is just the second full show released from 2001 and the first in nearly 12 years. In fact, aside from the Warehouse 5 Vol. 2 disc and the Australian Everyday bonus disc, very few other 2001 performances have been released at all.

While the other full 2001 release, Live at Folsom Field, was recorded just four shows later, this is by no means a rehash of that release: There are 18 songs that are not on Folsom, 15 of which have no previous 2001 performances released at all.

Of particular note on this release is Prelude to Grace, which was originally recorded during the 2000 Lillywhite sessions but not included on the version of the sessions that leaked in March 2001. After being teased twice, it was fully played live for the first time on this night before disappearing again until a single 2004 performance in Hershey. This show also contains just the second official releases of Mother Father, Sleep to Dream Her, and Phish's Waste.

Live Trax Vol. 31 is also the first entry in the series to feature filler tracks (Vol. 28 did come with a bonus disc, but the extra tracks on this volume are a part of the album proper). This release contains nine performances from the other two nights in Camden (four from night one and five from night three). The Lover Lay Down contained on the filler disc is widely considered to be one of LeRoi Moore's finest single live performances, and the other selections give a fairly good snapshot of the rest of the 2001 Camden weekend.

As polarizing of a tour as 2001 was/is, temporal distance seems to have tempered the criticism a bit, based on some fans' reactions to this release. This show features the "original five" plus Butch and the Lovely Ladies (in 2001 comprising Tawatha, Cindy, and Brenda), and the mix is spot-on, with Stefan relatively high in the mix, the Ladies relatively low, and no one instrument overpowering the rest. This particular show is heavy on pre-Everyday material (as far as 2001 shows go, at least), and at this point in the tour, the band was feeling more comfortable playing the new material in a live setting than they were in April.

You can purchase Live Trax Vol. 31 here. Sales of this album just might dictate whether management makes a trend of including a filler disc on otherwise–two-disc Live Trax releases.

From management:
On the heels of the Everyday album release, Dave Matthews Band embarked on a four and a half month long tour that featured Butch Taylor on keys, the Lovely Ladies on vocals and a run of almost twenty stadium shows. In late June, DMB brought their big stadium sound to the Tweeter Center at the Waterfront in Camden, New Jersey for three shows. We are happy to announce the standout June 23rd show as the next release in the Live Trax series, which includes an additional disc of highlights from the rest of the weekend.

Highlights of this second night include several rarities. Grace is Gone features the original prelude that had never been heard live and in its entirety by the general public until this night. This release also includes the Live Trax debut of Mother Father as well as a cover of Phish's Waste, and one of the most beautiful solo intros to Satellite that we’ve heard to date.

In addition, we have carefully selected a number of tracks to highlight the shows on June 22nd and 24th in Camden, NJ. This bonus disc features tour showpieces like the Big Eyed Fish > Bartender suite, fan favorites with a different twist (Minarets with the Lovely Ladies guesting) and hidden gems like Lover Lay Down, which might be the answer to "what was LeRoi's greatest moment on stage.”

Here is the updated table of full shows that have been released:

#DateShow TypeVenueCity, StateRelease TypeRelease Date
18.15.95DMBRed Rocks AmphitheatreMorrison, COin-store10.28.97
22.6.96Dave & TimCFL Auditorium (Luther College)Decorah, IAin-store1.19.99
39.11.99DMBContinental Airlines ArenaEast Rutherford, NJin-store11.23.99
412.19.98DMBUnited CenterChicago, ILin-store10.23.01
57.11.01DMBFolsom Field (UC–Boulder)Boulder, COin-store11.5.02
69.24.03DMBCentral ParkNew York, NYin-store11.18.03
76.11.04Dave & FriendsBonnaroo Music FestivalManchester, TNLive Bonnaroo6.12.04
89.6.02DMBThe Gorge AmphitheatreGeorge, WAin-store6.29.04
99.7.02
109.8.02
1112.8.98DMBWorcester CentrumWorcester, MALive Trax 111.2.04
129.12.04DMBGolden Gate ParkSan Francisco, CALive Trax 212.17.04
138.27.00DMBMeadows Music TheatreHartford, CTLive Trax 33.17.05
144.30.96DMBClassic AmphitheaterHenrico, VALive Trax 49.2.05
159.9.05DMBRed Rocks AmphitheatreMorrison, COin-store11.29.05
169.10.05
179.11.05
189.12.05
198.23.95DMBBaldwin Memorial Pavilion (Oakland University)Rochester Hills, MILive Trax 55.26.06
207.7.06DMBFenway ParkBoston, MALive Trax 69.26.06
217.8.06
2212.31.96DMBHampton ColiseumHampton, VALive Trax 712.12.06
238.7.04DMBAlpine Valley Music TheatreEast Troy, WILive Trax 83.20.07
243.23.07DMBMGM GrandLas Vegas, NVLive Trax 96.5.07
253.24.07
264.22.07Dave & TimRadio City Music HallNew York, NYin-store8.14.07
279.8.07DMBPiedmont ParkAtlanta, GAin-store12.11.07
285.25.07DMBAtlantic PavilionLisbon, PORLive Trax 1011.6.07
298.29.00DMBSaratoga Performing Arts CenterSaratoga Springs, NYLive Trax 113.25.08
305.5.95DMBL.B. Day AmphitheaterSalem, ORLive Trax 127.8.08
316.7.08DMBBusch StadiumSt. Louis, MOLive Trax 1310.14.08
327.20.08DMBDick's Sporting Goods ParkCommerce City, COin-store12.16.08
334.22.93Dave & TimPrism CoffeehouseCharlottesville, VADMBlive12.19.08
344.26.94DMBTown Point ParkNorfolk, VADMBlive12.19.08
3510.22.94DMBBlue NoteColumbia, MODMBlive12.19.08
3610.24.02Dave soloBenaroya HallSeattle, WADMBlive12.19.08
373.29.03Dave & TimHolmes Convocation Center (Appalachian State)Boone, NCDMBlive12.19.08
381.9.04Dave soloChina ClubNew York, NYDMBlive12.23.08
396.28.08DMBNissan PavilionBristow, VALive Trax 143.24.09
408.9.08DMBAlpine Valley Music TheatreEast Troy, WILive Trax 156.2.09
413.26.94DMBIrving PlazaNew York, NYDMBlive7.22.09
426.26.00DMBRiverbend Music CenterCincinnati, OHLive Trax 169.15.09
434.10.93DMBThe BayouWashington, DCDMBlive9.16.09
445.10.95DMBWarfield TheatreSan Francisco, CADMBlive9.16.09
451.27.93DMBThe Flood ZoneRichmond, VADMBlive11.30.09
466.26.09DMBBrixton AcademyLondon, ENGin-store (DVD)12.22.09
477.5.09DMBPiazza NapoleoneLucca, ITAin-store
4812.12.09Dave & TimPlanet Hollywood TheaterLas Vegas, NVin-store2.9.10
4910.24.96DMBFrank Erwin CenterAustin, TXDMBlive2.25.10
507.6.97DMBShoreline AmphitheatreMountain View, CALive Trax 175.4.10
5112.21.92DMBThe BayouWashington, DCDMBlive6.8.10
526.4.96DMBGTE Virginia Beach AmphitheaterVirginia Beach, VALive Trax 188.31.10
532.25.95DMBKirby Fieldhouse (Lafayette College)Easton, PADMBlive9.14.10
549.30.08DMBVivo RioRio de Janeiro, BRALive Trax 1911.9.10
557.17.10DMBCiti FieldFlushing, NYin-store11.9.10
5611.26.94DMBBackstage TheatreSeattle, WADMBlive1.19.11
578.19.93DMBWetlands PreserveNew York, NYLive Trax 205.15.11
589.17.10DMBWrigley FieldChicago, ILin-store5.31.11
599.18.10
607.20.95DMBMud Island River Park AmphitheatreMemphis, TNDMBlive9.29.11
619.9.96DMBOak Mountain AmphitheatrePelham, ALDMBlive9.29.11
626.26.11DMBBader FieldAtlantic City, NJin-store12.16.11
638.4.95DMBSOMASan Diego, CALive Trax 212.28.12
646.13.93Dave & TimMemphisRichmond, VADMBlive3.15.12
657.14.10DMBToyota Pavilion at Montage MountainScranton, PALive Trax 226.12.12
663.2.94DMBMasquerade NightclubTampa, FLDMBlive6.20.12
672.19.96Dave & TimWhittemore Center Arena (UNH)Durham, NHLive Trax 2312.11.12
682.8.97Dave & TimSpartanburg Memorial AuditoriumSpartanburg, SCLive Trax 2412.11.12
694.7.95DMBCameron Indoor Stadium (Duke)Durham, NCDMBlive5.1.13
705.30.06DMBUMB Bank PavilionMaryland Heights, MOLive Trax 255.21.13
713.25.95DMBThe Revolver ClubMadrid, ESPDMBlive5.29.13
727.30.03DMBSleep Train AmphitheatreWheatland, CALive Trax 268.6.13
732.8.95DMBPalace TheatreAlbany, NYDMBlive8.15.13
7410.14.10DMBLuna ParkBuenos Aires, ARGLive Trax 2711.12.13
7511.19.10DMBJohn Paul Jones Arena (UVa)Charlottesville, VALive Trax 2812.17.13
763.3.99Dave & TimKingsbury Hall (U of U)Salt Lake City, UTDMBlive1.14.14
776.1.13DMBBlossom Music CenterCuyahoga Falls, OHLive Trax 294.15.14
787.28.92DMBTraxCharlottesville, VADMBlive6.12.14
796.23.01DMBTweeter CenterCamden, NJLive Trax 319.16.14


The following stats are as of Live Trax Vol. 31:

Click here for a song chart for all officially released shows (full shows only).

Most-released songs:
58: Ants Marching
50: Jimi Thing, Warehouse
49: Tripping Billies, Two Step
47: Dancing Nancies
44: Satellite
41: All Along the Watchtower
35: Crash into Me, Lie in Our Graves
34: #41
33: So Much to Say
32: Don't Drink the Water, One Sweet World, Too Much

Least-released songs (with 10 or more plays at DMB, D&T, or Dave solo shows):
4: #27, Alligator Pie, Blue Water, Can't Stop, Dive In, Little Red Bird, Long Black Veil, Still Water, Sugar Will
3: #40, American Baby, Angel, 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, So Right, Steady As We Go, Stolen Away on 55th & 3rd, Write a Song
2: #34, Belly Belly Nice, Break Free, Butterfly, Crazy Easy, Deed Is Done, Everybody Wake Up (Our Finest Hour Arrives), Exodus, Fool to Think, Gaucho, Get in Line, Good Good Time, Kill the King, Leave Me Praying, Let You Down, The Needle and the Damage Done, Rooftop, Rye Whiskey, Shotgun, Sledgehammer, Sleep to Dream Her, Spotlight, Stand Up (For It), Sweet, Sweet Up and Down, Time of the Season, Waste
1: Blackjack, A Dream So Real, Dreamed I Killed God, Drunken Soldier, For the Beauty of Wynona, Funny How Time Slips Away, If I Had a Boat, Mercy, Money, The Riff, Snow Outside, Tangerine*, Wild Horses
0: (Don't Fear) The Reaper, Baby Blue, Belly Full, Broken Things, If Only, Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard*, People People, Redemption Song*, Runnin' Down a Dream, Sugar Man, Take Me to Tomorrow, Watermelon Smilin' on the Vine, A Whiter Shade of Pale
*fewer than 10 plays on record but most likely 10+ plays when unknown setlists are taken into account

Songs played more than once by Dave & Tim but never released by them:
#36, Big Eyed Fish, Blue Water, Busted Stuff, Can't Stop, Cryptorchid, Digging a Ditch, Dive In, Don't Burn the Pig, For the Beauty of Wynona, If I Had Words, If Only, Pantala Naga Pampa, Rapunzel, Rhyme & Reason, Snow Outside, Spoon, Take Me to Tomorrow, Watermelon Smilin' on the Vine, A Whiter Shade of Pale

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 (58)
Crash: Tripping Billies, Two Step (49)
Before These Crowded Streets: Don't Drink the Water (32)
Everyday: Everyday (29)
Busted Stuff: Bartender, Grey Street (25)
Some Devil: Gravedigger (20)
Stand Up: Louisiana Bayou (16)
Big Whiskey and the GrooGrux King: Why I Am (12)
Away from the World: Belly Belly Nice, Gaucho, Rooftop, 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 (5)
Everyday: Fool to Think, Mother Father, Sleep to Dream Her (2)
Busted Stuff: Busted Stuff, Kit Kat Jam (3)
Some Devil: Baby (0)
Stand Up: Stand Up (For It) (2)
Big Whiskey and the GrooGrux King: Baby Blue (0)
Away from the World: Belly Full, Broken Things, If Only (0)

Full-show releases by type:
in-store: 23
Live Trax: 30
DMBlive: 23
other: 1

Full-show releases by performer(s):
Dave Matthews Band: 67
Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds: 9
Dave Matthews & Friends: 1
Dave Matthews solo: 2

Full-show releases by year:
1991: | 0
1992: --| 2
1993: -----| 5 (3 DMB, 2 D&T)
1994: -----| 5
1995: ----------| 10
1996: -------| 7 (5 DMB, 2 D&T)
1997: --| 2 (1 DMB, 1 D&T)
1998: --| 2
1999: --| 2 (1 DMB, 1 D&T)
2000: ---| 3
2001: --| 2
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: ------| 6
2011: -| 1
2012: | 0
2013: -| 1
2014: | 0
We Were Liberated From the Fold (That's All) added on 9/1/2014
We've added a few new features to the site over the past week. The biggest of these is the addition of the "liberation" into the coding of the site. It is one of our signature stats and we've had it for around since 2006. It began when we first heard that people in DMB management knew of and used our site. We thought one thing we could do to take advantage of this while retaining the site's objectivity was to highlight the songs that hadn't been played in a long time. 1000 days was picked because it was a big even number and seemed about right for what made a return special, but also wouldn't be so rare that it never happened. On the tour pages, we've always had a "What's Missing" list. But it's so buried in the site that sometimes we even forget about it and go for some time without updating it. Maybe if we put it right there on the front page, word would get passed. We aren't sure it has ever actually been used, but it became fun to watch them get crossed off the list.

Unfortunately, it wasn't fun to actually cross off the song. It was a huge table in a small edit box that had to be updated manually, including all of the "shows since" and "days since" numbers. You might have noticed sometimes it took a few days to update as we all pretended that only Dan could actually do it without messing it up. As a result, we wouldn't have to do it. However, several weeks ago our newest admin Jay implemented a fundamental addition to the site behind the scenes that can be used to add some features that haven't been possible in the past. Automating and expanding the liberation functionality is the first of these changes.

Places where you will see the new liberations functionality:
1.) The current Liberations List will no longer be on the front page of the site. It can be found by clicking "songs" on the tab above, then clicking the "Liberations" tab.
2.) The Liberations page contains: the rules, top 10 Liberations by days and by date, and all liberated songs.
3.) In all of the tour menu lists, there is now a link that tour's Liberation List. This shows what happened that tour, with all of the dates being as of the last show of that tour. The exception is the current tour's list. Days and shows will be as of the current date. Note: you will see some notes that might anachronistic. Some songs on the 2004 Liberation List might have some notes about a tease in 2012. We will eventually look at these and edit them to look like a point in time.
4.) The venues pages will now list liberations at the venue.
5.) The songs pages will now list when that song has been liberated.
6.) myAlmanac pages will now show you the times that you saw a song liberated in person.
7.) Liberations have been added to the show pages when they occur. If a song has been liberated, "LIB" will show up instead of the standard "TD" for tour debut.
8.) Tour liberations have been added to the tour pages.

You might notice a few more small bug fixes and additions. These include reordering of guests on song pages so they are consistent down the column, the addition of an asterisk to songs times of shows where the time is incomplete and a more compact setlist for copying and pasting. It's probably what your j-cards used to look like.

Thank you to all of our users, members and our coding admins for their parts in relieving that awful table from our list of duties.
LT27-28 added on 4/13/2014
Here is the updated table of full shows that have been released:

#DateShow TypeVenueCity, StateRelease TypeRelease Date
18.15.95DMBRed Rocks AmphitheatreMorrison, COin-store10.28.97
22.6.96Dave & TimCFL Auditorium (Luther College)Decorah, IAin-store1.19.99
39.11.99DMBContinental Airlines ArenaEast Rutherford, NJin-store11.23.99
412.19.98DMBUnited CenterChicago, ILin-store10.23.01
57.11.01DMBFolsom Field (UC–Boulder)Boulder, COin-store11.5.02
69.24.03DMBCentral ParkNew York, NYin-store11.18.03
76.11.04Dave & FriendsBonnaroo Music FestivalManchester, TNLive Bonnaroo6.12.04
89.6.02DMBThe Gorge AmphitheatreGeorge, WAin-store6.29.04
99.7.02
109.8.02
1112.8.98DMBWorcester CentrumWorcester, MALive Trax vol. 111.2.04
129.12.04DMBGolden Gate ParkSan Francisco, CALive Trax vol. 212.17.04
138.27.00DMBMeadows Music TheatreHartford, CTLive Trax vol. 33.17.05
144.30.96DMBClassic AmphitheaterHenrico, VALive Trax vol. 49.2.05
159.9.05DMBRed Rocks AmphitheatreMorrison, COin-store11.29.05
169.10.05
179.11.05
189.12.05
198.23.95DMBBaldwin Memorial Pavilion (Oakland University)Rochester Hills, MILive Trax vol. 55.26.06
207.7.06DMBFenway ParkBoston, MALive Trax vol. 69.26.06
217.8.06
2212.31.96DMBHampton ColiseumHampton, VALive Trax vol. 712.12.06
238.7.04DMBAlpine Valley Music TheatreEast Troy, WILive Trax vol. 83.20.07
243.23.07DMBMGM GrandLas Vegas, NVLive Trax vol. 96.5.07
253.24.07
264.22.07Dave & TimRadio City Music HallNew York, NYin-store8.14.07
279.8.07DMBPiedmont ParkAtlanta, GAin-store12.11.07
285.25.07DMBAtlantic PavilionLisbon, PORLive Trax vol. 1011.6.07
298.29.00DMBSaratoga Performing Arts CenterSaratoga Springs, NYLive Trax vol. 113.25.08
305.5.95DMBL.B. Day AmphitheaterSalem, ORLive Trax vol. 127.8.08
316.7.08DMBBusch StadiumSt. Louis, MOLive Trax vol. 1310.14.08
327.20.08DMBDick's Sporting Goods ParkCommerce City, COin-store12.16.08
334.22.93Dave & TimPrism CoffeehouseCharlottesville, VADMBlive12.19.08
344.26.94DMBTown Point ParkNorfolk, VADMBlive12.19.08
3510.22.94DMBBlue NoteColumbia, MODMBlive12.19.08
3610.24.02Dave soloBenaroya HallSeattle, WADMBlive12.19.08
373.29.03Dave & TimHolmes Convocation Center (Appalachian State)Boone, NCDMBlive12.19.08
381.9.04Dave soloChina ClubNew York, NYDMBlive12.23.08
396.28.08DMBNissan PavilionBristow, VALive Trax vol. 143.24.09
408.9.08DMBAlpine Valley Music TheatreEast Troy, WILive Trax vol. 156.2.09
413.26.94DMBIrving PlazaNew York, NYDMBlive7.22.09
426.26.00DMBRiverbend Music CenterCincinnati, OHLive Trax vol. 169.15.09
434.10.93DMBThe BayouWashington, DCDMBlive9.16.09
445.10.95DMBWarfield TheatreSan Francisco, CADMBlive9.16.09
451.27.93DMBThe Flood ZoneRichmond, VADMBlive11.30.09
466.26.09DMBBrixton AcademyLondon, ENGin-store (DVD)12.22.09
477.5.09DMBPiazza NapoleoneLucca, ITAin-store
4812.12.09Dave & TimPlanet Hollywood TheaterLas Vegas, NVin-store2.9.10
4910.24.96DMBFrank Erwin CenterAustin, TXDMBlive2.25.10
507.6.97DMBShoreline AmphitheatreMountain View, CALive Trax vol. 175.4.10
5112.21.92DMBThe BayouWashington, DCDMBlive6.8.10
526.4.96DMBGTE Virginia Beach AmphitheaterVirginia Beach, VALive Trax vol. 188.31.10
532.25.95DMBKirby Fieldhouse (Lafayette College)Easton, PADMBlive9.14.10
549.30.08DMBVivo RioRio de Janeiro, BRALive Trax vol. 1911.9.10
557.17.10DMBCiti FieldFlushing, NYin-store11.9.10
5611.26.94DMBBackstage TheatreSeattle, WADMBlive1.19.11
578.19.93DMBWetlands PreserveNew York, NYLive Trax vol. 205.15.11
589.17.10DMBWrigley FieldChicago, ILin-store5.31.11
599.18.10
607.20.95DMBMud Island River Park AmphitheatreMemphis, TNDMBlive9.29.11
619.9.96DMBOak Mountain AmphitheatrePelham, ALDMBlive9.29.11
626.26.11DMBBader FieldAtlantic City, NJin-store12.16.11
638.4.95DMBSOMASan Diego, CALive Trax vol. 212.28.12
646.13.93Dave & TimMemphisRichmond, VADMBlive3.15.12
657.14.10DMBToyota Pavilion at Montage MountainScranton, PALive Trax vol. 226.12.12
663.2.94DMBMasquerade NightclubTampa, FLDMBlive6.20.12
672.19.96Dave & TimWhittemore Center Arena (UNH)Durham, NHLive Trax vol. 2312.11.12
682.8.97Dave & TimSpartanburg Memorial AuditoriumSpartanburg, SCLive Trax vol. 2412.11.12
694.7.95DMBCameron Indoor Stadium (Duke)Durham, NCDMBlive5.1.13
705.30.06DMBUMB Bank PavilionMaryland Heights, MOLive Trax vol. 255.21.13
713.25.95DMBThe Revolver ClubMadrid, ESPDMBlive5.29.13
727.30.03DMBSleep Train AmphitheatreWheatland, CALive Trax vol. 268.6.13
732.8.95DMBPalace TheatreAlbany, NYDMBlive8.15.13
7410.14.10DMBLuna ParkBuenos Aires, ARGLive Trax vol. 2711.12.13
7511.19.10DMBJohn Paul Jones Arena (UVa)Charlottesville, VALive Trax vol. 2812.17.13
763.3.99Dave & TimKingsbury Hall (U of U)Salt Lake City, UTDMBlive1.14.14
776.1.13DMBBlossom Music CenterCuyahoga Falls, OHLive Trax vol. 294.15.14
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.
#SongMissing SinceDays MissingShows MissingNotes
1People People 1.26.9375221696teased by Stefan in 2012
2Spotlight 10.22.9372431573teased once in 1997
3Get In Line 12.31.9468181354reportedly soundchecked in 1999
4Little Thing 4.30.9663321196played regularly by Dave & Tim and Dave solo; some full-band partials in 2012
5Let You Down 6.20.9759161055played by Dave & Tim in 1997; teased by Stefan in 2003 & 2013
6For the Beauty of Wynona 9.10.004738815played by Dave solo in 2002 and by Dave & Tim in 2003
7Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard 5.5.014501784
8Mother Father 8.26.014388736
9Angel from Montgomery 8.26.014388736played by Dave & Tim in 2009; played by Dave & Brandi Carlile in 2012
10Angel 7.5.033710640
True Reflections 7.29.033609598-=LIBERATED on 6.15.13=-
Crazy Easy 9.8.043240541-=LIBERATED on 7.23.13=-
11Steady As We Go 8.6.062582431
12Time of the Season 3.23.072353403
13Down by the River 5.27.072288395played by Dave & Tim in 2009
Hunger for the Great Light 9.22.072076326-=LIBERATED on 5.29.13=-
14Stand Up (For It) 10.1.072161354partially played several times in 2010
#34 10.2.072160353-=LIBERATED on 8.31.13=-
15Exodus 10.2.072160353
16A Dream So Real 6.21.081897335
17#40 6.21.081897335teased and partially played often
The Space Between 7.2.081816305-=LIBERATED on 6.22.13=-
18Pay for What You Get 7.12.081876323teased by Dave in 2009
19Money (That's What I Want) 7.26.081862319
20Stolen Away on 55th & 3rd 8.30.081827302
21Hey Hey, My My (Into the Black) 8.30.081827302
22Money 9.6.081820299
Old Dirt Hill (Bring That Beat Back) 9.7.081784293-=LIBERATED on 7.27.13=-
23Blue Water 4.25.091589285played occasionally by Dave & Tim; teased or partially played occasinally by full band
24Smooth Rider 7.18.091505248played by Dave & Tim in 2009
25Sugar Will 3.7.101273191
26Sledgehammer 3.14.101266188
Dreamgirl 6.4.101078143-=LIBERATED on 5.17.13=-
27Road 6.18.101170175
28Hello Again 6.30.101158169
Kit Kat Jam 7.1.101119161-=LIBERATED on 7.24.13=-
Recently 7.9.101052129-=LIBERATED on 5.26.13=-
JTR 7.13.101048127-=LIBERATED on 5.26.13=-
29Some Devil 7.21.101137159played regularly by Dave solo
30Good Good Time 7.30.101128154teased in 2012; partially played in 2010 and 2012
31Baby Blue 8.14.101113152played by Dave solo, Dave & Tim, and Dave & Carter in 2010–12
32Sweet Up and Down 8.31.101096142
33Busted Stuff 9.3.101093141
34Break for It 9.5.101091139
35I Did It 9.15.101081135
36I'll Back You Up 11.17.101018119played by Dave & Tim in 2010 and 2011
37The Last Stop 11.20.101015117


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

Tour Memorabilia
1. Now has a link to the full show details (similar to the set scan page)

Bugfixes
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.
Current Tour
Summer Tour 2015  (Song Chart)
# Shows = 39
# Song Performances = 908
Average # Songs per Show = 23.28
# Different Songs Played = 114
Most Played Songs:
Black and Blue Bird(27)
What Would You Say(22)
The Song That Jane Likes(19)
#41(19)
Belly Belly Nice(19)
Tripping Billies(18)
Satellite(18)
Typical Situation(17)
Ants Marching(17)
Crush(17)
Least Played Songs:
Say Goodbye(1)
#40(1)
Cortez the Killer(1)
Gulf Coast Highway(1)
My Antonia(1)
Take Me to the River(1)
The Maker(1)
Loving Wings(1)
Friend of the Devil(1)
Belly Full(1)
Top Openers:
Little Red Bird(9)
Take Me to Tomorrow(7)
Rye Whiskey(6)
Beach Ball(5)
A Whiter Shade of Pale(5)
Oh(2)
Let You Down(1)
Spoon(1)
Long Black Veil(1)
Old Dirt Hill (Bring That Beat Back)(1)
Top Closers:
Grey Street(9)
Jimi Thing(4)
Crush(4)
You Might Die Trying(4)
Warehouse(3)
Too Much(3)
Stay (Wasting Time)(3)
Ants Marching(2)
Granny(2)
Rapunzel(2)
Top Encores:
Ants Marching(8)
Halloween(8)
The Space Between(8)
All Along the Watchtower(7)
Sister(7)
The Best of What's Around(6)
Rapunzel(5)
Two Step(3)
Granny(3)
Pig(3)
Teases:
Kill the Preacher(2)
Improv jam(1)
Stolen Away on 55th & 3rd(1)
Longest Performances:
06.10– Cortez the Killer (20:56)
07.01– Seek Up (20:10)
07.26– Seek Up (19:53)
07.29– Jimi Thing (19:06)
06.13– Two Step (18:04)
Top Song Liberations:
Down by the River
    On 06.26 after 2952 days
Smooth Rider
    On 06.26 after 2169 days
I Did It
    On 07.17 after 1766 days
The Maker
    On 06.03 after 1369 days
Cortez the Killer
    On 06.10 after 1362 days
All statistical information and computations copyright ©2002, Matias Nino and Rob Bokon. No portion of dmbalmanac.com may be reproduced without permission. Portions of the site, specifically lyrics and songtitles are copyright Colden Grey, Ltd., Bama Rags Records, Red Light Management, RCA and/or BMG. Show posters are copyright their respective artists.

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