Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds wrapped up their Spring Tour with a show last night at Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia, Maryland. The performance saw the duo welcome a pair of special guest sit-ins as well as Reynolds dusting off a solo rendition of a Led Zeppelin classic.
“Warehouse” opened the final set of the tour that later featured Ben The Sax Guy joining Matthews and Reynolds on “#41.” The guest saxophonist also assisted on the subsequent “Tripping Billies” closely replicating his sit-in from a previous tour stop in Wantagh, New York. Dave & Tim then brought out Dave Matthews Band live recording engineer and DMB “setlist guy” Joe Lawlor to demonstrate his talented guitar playing on “Corn Bread.”
The set progressed with Tim performing a solo cover of Led Zeppelin’s “Ten Years Gone,” which had last been offered once prior back in 2007. The bust out segued into Zeppelin’s “Kashmir” ahead of Reynolds returning to “Ten Years Gone.” The main set closed with “Two Step” and the encore kicked off with Dave playing a solo rendition of “Some Devil” before Tim emerged to conclude the tour with takes on “Granny” and “Dancing Nancies.”
View audience-shot footage from the show at MPP below:
Setlist (via dmbalmanac.com)
Set: Warehouse, Old Dirt Hill (Bring That Beat Back), So Much to Say, Where Are You Going, When the World Ends, Don’t Drink the Water, Samurai Cop, Stay or Leave, What Would You Say, Lie in Our Graves, So Damn Lucky, Crush, Manfood, Virginia in the Rain, Why I Am, #41, Tripping Billies, Corn Bread, You & Me, Ten Years Gone » Kashmir » Ten Years Gone [reprise], Satellite, Grey Street, Funny the Way It Is, Two Step
Encore: Some Devil, Granny, Dancing Nancies
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