The STS9 / Umphrey's McGee tour
continued last night in Charlotte, where both bands had tricks up their sleeves for the
audience at Time Warner Uptown Amphitheater.
Umphrey's went on first and delivered one tour debut after another. The biggest surprise
in a set filled with them came in the middle of "Great American," when UM dusted off
"Raymond" for the first time in 383 shows (last played - March 11, 2010). Other treats
included a brief jam on "Miss You" by The Rolling Stones out of "Sociable Jimmy" and a
cover of "Cocaine" that developed from "Kabump."
Umphrey's Set: Domino Theory, Smell The Mitten > Who Knows > Smell The Mitten, Rocker
2, Great American > Raymond  > drums > Great American > Sociable Jimmy, Kabump >
Cocaine, Bad Poker, Nothing Too Fancy
Notes:  with Jake on percussion
 with Miss You (Rolling Stones) jam
[via The Bort]
Watch the jam that develops into a cover of JJ Cale's "Cocaine":
STS9 closed out the evening and brought out special guest Mike Dillon to play vibes on
"Frequencies 2 > 3." The jamtronica stalwarts set also included a rare take on "4 Year
Puma" in their 13-song performance before finishing the evening off with a "The Rabble"
Set: Hidden Hand, Hidden Fist, 4 Year Puma, Kamuy, Moon Socket, Instantly, Equinox,
Frequencies 2 > 3 w/ Mike Dillon on Vibraphone, Abcees, Looking Back On Earth, March, When
The Dust Settles
Encore: The Rabble
The UM/STS9 tour continues tonight at Maymont in Richmond, VA.