Jake’s big Sunday at Scamp started early for a 1 p.m. Umphrey’s afternoon set on the Sunshine Stage. Now, let’s bear in mind that the band’s last set ended the previous evening after midnight, so Cinninger went into the day with an unusually short span between his last performance on Saturday and his first set on Sunday. Umphrey’s had the rest of the day off before their 2 a.m. late night show in The Red Barn. However, Cinninger had other plans.
Shortly after UM’s afternoon set, Jake headed to the Moonshine Stage to sit in with Yonder Mountain String Band. The guitarist utilized an electric guitar, which brought an interesting element to YMSB’s usual acoustic sound. Cinninger guested with the Yonder trio, dobro legend Jerry Douglas and mandolinist John Frazier on “Traffic Jam” > “Dixie Chicken” > “Traffic Jam.” Jake then returned to the Moonshine Stage during the Zac Brown Band’s special cover set shortly after Yonder’s performance. The Michigan native added his signature tone to ZBB’s cover of “Comfortably Numb” by Pink Floyd.
Cinninger did get a few hours off stage before his next assignment -taking over moe.’s Moonshine Stage around 1:30 a.m. with the rest of his Umphrey’s McGee band mates. All of UM came out during “Meat” for a full band switch with moe. The Chicago-based sextet was returning the favor from the previous evening, when moe. switched out with UM for a “Tailspin” in the middle of “Ringo.” There was no rest for the weary as the members of Umphrey’s then had to hustle over to The Red Barn for one of their longer sets of the weekend. UM took the stage just after 2 a.m. and Jake Cinninger’s long and fruitful marathon of a day (and weekend) at Summer Camp finally came to a close some time around 3:30 a.m.
Jake’s Big Day
Umphrey’s McGee Afternoon Set
One Set: 2nd Self, Hourglass, Visions > Comma Later > White Man’s Moccasins, Mad Love, Prowler > Conduit, Jessica, Intentions Clear > The Fussy Dutchman
 with Imperial March (John Williams) and (Don’t Fear) The Reaper (Blue Oyster Cult) teases
 with Jake on percussion
Yonder Mountain String Band Sit-In
Traffic Jam > Dixie Chicken > Traffic Jam
Zac Brown Band Sit-In
Umphrey’s takes over moe. set
Meat > (moe. exits / UM enters) Puppet String > (UM exits/ moe. enters) Meat
Umphrey’s McGee Late Night
One Set: Der Bluten Kat > Bad Friday > Der Bluten Kat, Push the Pig, The Stroke, Day Nurse, Gulf Stream > Bittersweet Symphony, Wizard Burial Ground Encore: All In Time -> Upward > All In Time
 debut, Billy Squier; with Vince Iwinski on vocals
 with Allie Kral on fiddle
 debut, The Verve; with Allie Kral on fiddle
 debut, original; closing section of Onward & Upward
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