Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit Stat Geekery: 2022 Ryman Residency By The Numbers

Take a trip down the number line for a look at the just-completed eight-show residency held in Nashville.

By Scott Bernstein Oct 25, 2022 1:57 pm PDT

Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit concluded their 2022 residency at Nashville’s famed The Ryman Auditorium on Sunday. The band led by Jason Isbell played eight shows at “The Mother Church” between October 14 and 23. Each night featured a different opener.

Isbell and bandmates bassist Jimbo Hart, drummer Chad Gamble, guitarist Sadler Vaden and keyboardist Derry deBorja began the tradition of October residencies at The Ryman back in 2014. Check out stats from this year’s run below as per Setlist.FM:

  • 2,362: Ryman Auditorium Capacity
  • 2019: Last 400 Unit Dress Blues Performance
  • 2014: Last 400 Unit TVA Performance
  • 150: Total Songs Played
  • 49: Different Songs Played
  • 42: Total Shows Played By Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit At The Ryman
  • 20: Songs Played Just Once
  • 20: Most Songs Played In One Night (October 19)
  • 12: 2022 Debuts (Codeine, Dress Blues, Anxiety, Children Of Children, Danko/Manuel, Live Oak, Molotov, Chaos And Clothes, How To Forget, TVA, Flagship, Sad but True)
  • 11: Songs Played With Amanda Shires On October 21
  • 10: Songs Played From 2017’s The Nashville Sound
  • 8: Songs Played From 2015’s Something More Than Free
  • 8: Songs Played From 2013’s Southeastern
  • 7: Songs Played From 2020’s Reunions
  • 6: Songs Played Every Night (24 Frames, Cover Me Up, Honeysuckle Blue, Hope The High Road, If We Were Vampires, Overseas)
  • 6: Songs Played Dating Back To Isbell’s Time In Drive-By Truckers (Decoration Day, Danko/Manuel, Outfit, TVA, Goddamn Lonely Love, Never Gonna Change)
  • 5: Covers Played (Honeysuckle Blue, Oh Well, Cross Bones Style, Driver 8, Sad but True)
  • 4: Songs Played From 2011’s Here We Rest (Alabama Pines, Go It Alone, Codeine, Tour Of Duty)
  • 1: Songs Played From 2007’s Sirens Of The Ditch (Dress Blues)
  • 1: Special Guests (Amanda Shires on October 21)
  • 1: Live Debuts (Sad but True)

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