SET 1: Cayman Review, Last Tube, Magilla, Corona, Scabbard, Frost, Drifting, Burlap Sack and Pumps, Gotta Jibboo, Valentine, Push On 'Til the Day
SET 2: The Land of Nod, Sand, Architect, Wherever You Find It, Pigtail, Windora Bug, Goodbye Head, Let Me Lie, Clint Eastwood, Traveler
ENCORE: Heavy Things, First Tube
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Review by SpreadheadJON
Set one; lots of energy and great song choices, hard to choose a highlight between cayman review, last tube, jibbo, burlap sack and push on. All were well played and well executed. Push on 'til the day really got people moving to close out the first set.
Set two; Wow! The land of nod was nice, but Sand infused the fire in your soul to get outta control. People started to head to the beer line when "Let me Lie" started, boy were they silly. Song is entrancement. Clint Eastwood was very unexpected and stole my face. Jennifer Hartswick really impressed. "The Future Is Coming On..." Traveler was high energy and my first time live. Very pleased!
Encore; couldn't really ask for more. Trey set up the acoustic for Heavy Things and then spoke to the crowd about the origins of First Tube, explaining it as the first song the trio (trey, tony, russ) every wrote together, along with sand.
Overall thoughts... Trey's on fire.