Dave Matthews Band Offers Song Debut At First Of 2 In New Jersey

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After a night off Dave Matthews Band continued their summer tour on Friday pulling into the Philadelphia suburb of Camden, New Jersey for the first of two shows at the BB&T Pavilion. As they’ve done throughout the run the jamband stalwarts have been making their way through the tracks that compose their recently released album Come Tomorrow. The 14-track effort features a mix of tunes that the band had previously played live, some that stretch all the way back to 2006 and new ones that were written specifically for the record. Last night the band continued to widdle away at the list of songs that had yet to see action in front of an audience.

Dave Matthews & Co. offered up a career-spanning show that mixed material from eight of their studio efforts delivering fan-favorites likes “What Would You Say,” “Recently,” “Jimi Thing,” “Satellite,” “Funny The Way It Is,” “So Much To Say” and “Tripping Billies.” Roughly midway through their 18-song main set, DMB offered up the live debut of “Come On Come On.” The tune was one of four remaining songs from Come Tomorrow that hadn’t previously been played by the full band live. With the debut of “Come On Come On” last night only two songs remain from the record that the band has yet to tackle leaving them with “When I’m Weary” and “bkdkdkdd” which is a short instrumental interlude.

Dave Matthews Band returns to the stage at BB&T Pavilion tonight. If you can’t make it to the show nugs.tv is offering a free webcast live from Camden. Watch DMB’s live debut of “Come ON Come On” and check out the full setlist below:

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[Come On Come On | Captured by Andy Mendoza]

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Setlist (via DMB Almanac)

That Girl Is You, Louisiana Bayou, What Would You Say, The Space Between, Warehouse, Samurai Cop (Oh Joy Begin), Recently, Come On Come On, The Song That Jane Likes, Jimi Thing, Satellite, Funny The Way It Is, She, Gravedigger, So Much To Say, Tripping Billies, You & Me, You Might Die Trying

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