|Date||Venue||Set||Song Before||Song After||Notes||Comments|
|1996-03-01||Beacon Theatre||2||One Way Out||True Gravity||With Page; without Gregg Allman.|
|2003-02-15||House of Blues||2||***||In Memory of Elizabeth Reed||With Mike and Dickey Betts.|
|2004-03-28||Beacon Theatre||2||Into the Mystic||***||With Mike.|
|2007-09-01||The Fox Theatre||2||New Deal Train||Just the Same||With Fish.|
|2008-02-21||Thomas Wolfe Auditorium||1||Freeborn Man||Only a Northern Song||With Fish.|
|2008-04-18||Warfield Theatre||2||I'm the Slime||Just the Same||With Fish.|
|2008-10-11||Electric Factory||2||Only a Northern Song||Hold Whatcha Got||With Fish.|
|2009-03-12||Beacon Theatre||1||You Don’t Love Me||***||Trey on guitar and vocals, Page ...|
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