|1992-04-17||San Francisco, CA||1:01||-> in from "David Bowie." Performance debut of "Catapult" occurs in the trill section of "DB." -> back to "Bowie."|
|1994-06-22||Columbus, OH||2:10||-> in from "Midnight Rider" Jam, part of an incredible version of "Simple." -> to "Simple."|
|1994-06-29||Raleigh, NC||0:40||-> in from "DB." Spooky version of "Catapult" is played over the "DB" high hat intro beat. -> back to "DB."|
|1994-07-16||North Fayston, VT||1:46||-> in from "RLAA." Humorous version with wedding banter provides brief comic relief before -> back to this insane "Antelope."|
|1994-10-15||Pelham, AL||0:38||-> in from "YEM." "Catapult" is sandwiched in the "YEM" jam. -> back to "YEM."|
|1994-12-08||San Diego, CA||1:11||-> in from "Simple." "Catapult" is sung to the melody of a '94-style funk jam. -> back to "Simple."|
|1996-10-27||North Charleston, SC||2:07||-> in from "SOAMule." "Catapult" is played in the middle of a crazed Mule Duel. -> back to "Mule."|
|1997-12-13||Albany, NY||0:58||-> in from "Weekapaug." "Catapult" is sandwiched amidst a strong "Weekapaug." -> back to "Weekapaug."|
|1999-07-18||Volney, NY||4:43||-> in from "Wilson." Following "Catapult," Trey launches into several minutes of banter about the Guiness Book of World Records, the "Book", and other topics. The droning vamp played since the latter part of "Wilson" abruptly changes and -> to "Smoke On The Water" Jam.|
|1999-12-31||Big Cypress, FL||1:17||-> in from an excellent "SOAM."|
|2003-02-16||Las Vegas, NV||0:33||-> in from "DB." Brief version near the end of a big "Bowie." -> back to "DB."|
|2003-07-18||East Troy, WI||3:02||-> in from "DwD." Great version which continues the vibe from the epic "Disease" that precedes it.|
|2021-09-05||Commerce City, CO||2:29||Emerges -> from a "Simple" jam and digs into a deep, industrial groove, making this one of the more musically robust appearances to date. Then -> back to "Simple" for more of the same.|
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