Dave Matthews Band & Amos Lee Cover ‘The Maker’ In Camden

By Nate Todd Jun 16, 2019 9:22 am PDT

Dave Matthews Band wrapped up a two-night run at BB&T Pavillion in Camden, New Jersey on Saturday night. Dave and company welcomed singer-songwriter Amos Lee for the tour debut of Daniel Lanois’ “The Maker.” It was the first time DMB played the tune since 2016.

“The Maker” came just over halfway through the set, which also contained favorites like “Crush,” “What Would You Say” and “Jimi Thing.” The evening’s encore consisted of “Tripping Billies” and Bob Dylan’s “All Along The Watchtower” with a portion of Led Zeppelin’s “Stairway To Heaven” worked in. Along with “The Maker,” the show also marked the tour debuts of “#27” and “Sugar Will,” the latter of which was last played in 2016.

Check out “The Maker” captured by Patrick McKenna below:

Setlist (via DMBAlamanc)

Set: Granny, Satellite, Louisiana Bayou, #27, The Stone, Crush, That Girl Is You, What Would You Say, Again and Again, Sugar Will, Sledgehammer, The Maker, Why I Am, Can’t Stop, You & Me, Jimi Thing » Fly Like an Eagle, Shake Me Like a Monkey

Encore: Tripping Billies, All Along the Watchtower » Stairway to Heaven [partial] » All Along the Watchtower [reprise]

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