Setlists Matching Performer: Les Hall

SET 1: Shine


Trey and his band were the musical guests on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson. Trey was originally sheduled to appear on the show on December 12, 2005, but was bumped.

SET 1: Shine


TAB were the musical guests on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.

The Hackensaw Boys opened. A pre-recorded version of “70 Volt Parade” was played over the P.A. as the band took the stage. “Invisible” was performed by Trey on acoustic guitar with Jen and Christina on backup vocals. After “Invisible” (and continued after “Chalk Dust”) Trey talked about why he won't play “Fluffhead” on the acoustic guitar, despite it being heavily requested. Trey performed “Chalk Dust” through “Pebbles and Marbles” solo acoustic. “First Tube” included a "Ghostbusters" tease by the horn section. “Rubberneck Lions” and “Can't Stand Losing You” were TAB debuts and featured Stewart Copeland on drums and Raymond on percussion.

The Hackensaw Boys opened. Trey performed “Inlaw Josie Wales” through “LxL” solo acoustic. The keyword for “Makisupa” was “Gooball in my mouth.” During “Last Tube” Trey explained (mid-song) that, though he can’t surf, he has always wanted to, and “Last Tube” is his impression of what it would be like to catch the last wave of the day.

The Hackensaw Boys opened. Trey performed “Pebbles and Marbles” through “Bathtub Gin” solo acoustic. Jerry Harrison sat in on the TAB debut of “Roadrunner” (The Modern Lovers); Trey introduced Jerry as being in “two of the most important bands that came out of this country (Talking Heads and Modern Lovers). “Come Together” (The Beatles) was a TAB debut.

The Hackensaw Boys opened. A pre-recorded version of “70 Volt Parade” was played over the P.A. as the band took the stage. “Bitch” (Rolling Stones) was a TAB debut. After “Sweet Dreams Melinda,” Trey apologized to Mick Jagger for screwing up the words to “Bitch.” “Waves” and “Loving Cup” were performed solo acoustic. “Invisible” was performed with Trey on acoustic and Jennifer and Christina providing backing vocals. After Invisible,” Trey scolded the audience for throwing things at him, not just at this show but over the course of the entire tour. “Iko Iko” (Dixie Cups), “GDTRFB” (Traditional), “Eyes,” and “Casey Jones” (Grateful Dead) all featured guest performances by Bill Kreutzmann and Mickey Hart and were TAB debuts. Prior to “Casey Jones,” Trey claimed he “just taught Tony this song.”

The Hackensaw Boys opened. A pre-recorded version of 70 Volt Parade was played over the P.A. as the band took the stage. Sample through Limb By Limb were performed solo acoustic, excepting Invisible and Sleep Again where he was joined by Jennifer and Christina providing backing vocals. Trey teased Stash in Simple Twist Up Dave.

The Hackensaw Boys opened. This setlist is unconfirmed as recordings of the performance do not circulate. A pre-recorded version of “70 Volt Parade” was played over the P.A. as the band took the stage. Trey performed “The Inlaw Josie Wales” through “Waste” solo acoustic.

Trey performed “Sample” through “Limb By Limb” solo, acoustic. Trey played “Water in the Sky” and “Bouncing” for a deceased fan named Renee whose mother was in attendance. “Crosstown Traffic” was a TAB debut.

A pre-recorded version of “70 Volt Parade” was played over the P.A. as the band took the stage. “Invisible” through “Sample” were performed by Trey solo acoustic, excepting “Invisible” and “Love That Breaks All Lines” which featured Jen and Christina on backing vocals.

Grace Potter and the Nocturnals opened. A pre-recorded version of “70 Volt Parade” was played over the P.A. as the band took the stage. Raymond Weber performed on drums for the entire show in place of Skeeto Valdez. Band introductions followed “Sweet Dreams Melinda.” “Invisible” through “Waste” were performed by Trey solo acoustic, excepting “Invisible” and “Tuesday” which featured Jen and Christina on backing vocals. After “Invisible” Trey told a short story about John Paluska, who was in the audience. The P.A. cut out for several minutes toward the end of the lengthy “Mr. Completely” jam.

Grace Potter and the Nocturnals opened. A pre-recorded version of “70 Volt Parade” was played over the P.A. as the band took the stage. After “46 Days” Trey introduced the band, noting that Jen had played her first concert with Trey on the Orpheum stage, where she was “de-flowered.” “Loving Cup” through “Piper” were performed by Trey solo acoustic, excepting “Invisible” which featured Jen and Christina on backing vocals. After "The Horse" > "Silent" told a story about the songwriting process between he and Tom Marshall, how they will often start with very different interpretations of songs, and how he originally thought Tom's poem was about Trey's dog, Marley. Trey abandoned “Suzy” after one verse in favor of “Piper.”

Yerba Buena opened. This show was simulcast on WXPN. A pre-recorded version of “70 Volt Parade” was played over the P.A. as the band took the stage. “Free” through “Pebbles and Marbles” were performed by Trey solo acoustic. “My Friend” was stopped and re-started for Trey to re-tune one of his strings, and then was abandoned entirely; Trey thanked WXPN for broadcasting the show on the Internet and speculated that since all the critical fans on the Internet would be listening and causing Trey to “mess up,” and perhaps that it was “the Internet” that broke up Phish.

A pre-recorded version of 70 Volt Parade was played over the P.A. as the band took the stage. After Simple Twist Up Dave, Trey talked about some of the many concerts he had seen at the McCarter Theatre (after Lawn Boy, Tom Marshall would tell the story of one such concert from his perspective). Pebbles and Marbles was dedicated to Tom’s daughter, Anna Marshall and performed solo acoustic. Velvet Sea through Character Zero were performed with Trey on acoustic guitar and Tom on vocals. This show featured the TAB debut of Lawn Boy.

Tea Leaf Green opened. A pre-recorded version of “70 Volt Parade” was played over the P.A. as the band took the stage. Trey performed “Two Versions of Me” through “Wilson” solo acoustic. This setlist is unconfirmed as recordings of the performance do not circulate.

Tea Leaf Green opened. In the days leading up to this show it was promoted as the “Countdown to Utica.” As the band took the stage “The Final Countdown” by Europe was played over the P.A. “Access Me” and “Ghost” were Trey Anastasio debuts. “Access Me” through “Ghost” were all duets with Trey on acoustic guitar and Mike on bass. “Divided Sky” also featured Fishman playing the two cymbal beats after the pause. The end of “Divided Sky” featured a “Lawn Boy” tease. “Boogie On” featured the entire band plus Fishman on drums and Mike on bass.

Tea Leaf Green opened. A pre-recorded version of “70 Volt Parade” was played over the P.A. as the band took the stage. Trey performed “Possum” through “Bug” solo acoustic. “Catapult” and “McGrupp” were TAB debuts. During the acoustic segment Trey explained that he would be performing songs showcasing the various people with whom he had collaborated over the years: Susannah Goodman, Dave Abrahams, Brendan O’Brien and, of course, Tom Marshall.

The Wood Brothers opened. Trey performed “Loving Cup” through “Invisible” solo acoustic. “Never” was played at the request of a group of fans outside the show. All of the songs in the first encore were performed by Trey on acoustic and Page on piano. Before “Strange Design” Trey joked that he and Page were starting a band called “Halfway There.” “First Tube” featured Peter Apfelbaum on saxophone and Page, Les and John Medeski on keyboards (along with Ray, dubbed “The Keyboard Quartet” by Trey).

Tea Leaf Green opened. This setlist is unconfirmed as recordings of the performance do not circulate. A pre-recorded version of “70 Volt Parade” was played over the P.A. as the band took the stage. “Invisible” featured Trey and Les on acoustic guitars. Trey performed “Sample” through “Chalk Dust” solo acoustic.

Tea Leaf Green opened. This setlist is unconfirmed as recordings of the performance do not circulate. Trey performed “Waves” through “Pebbles and Marbles” solo acoustic.

Tea Leaf Green opened. A pre-recorded version of “70 Volt Parade” was played over the P.A. as the band took the stage. “Money Love and Change” was played “for all you motherfuckers in love.” Trey performed “Bathtub Gin” through “Waste” solo acoustic. “Sleep” was dedicated to Tom Marshall. “I’ve Got a Feeling” (The Beatles) and “Rocky Mountain Way” (James Gang) were TAB debuts. “I’ve Got a Feeling” featured Ben Chambers and Josh Clark (Tea Leaf Green) on bass and guitar, respectively.

Tea Leaf Green opened. This setlist is unconfirmed as recordings of the performance do not circulate. Trey performed “Driver” through “Wilson” solo acoustic.

This performance was part of the Vegoose Festival that also featured Beck, Widespread Panic, Phil Lesh and Friends, Arcade Fire and The Flaming Lips. Trey performed “Waste” through “Brian and Robert” solo acoustic, excepting “Flock of Words” and “Brian and Robert” that featured Jennifer on backing vocals. After “Waste” Trey noted that he was “being invaded by low-frequency aliens” and also – ”not to encourage a stampede” – receommended that everyone check out the Arcade Fire show that was happening on another stage immediately after his set. “Low” contained a full-band “Carry On Wayward Son” (Kansas) tease.

A pre-recorded version of “70 Volt Parade” was played over the P.A. as the band took the stage. Trey performed “Invisible” through “Bug” solo acoustic. “Ether Sunday” was dedicated mid-song to Hammy Cott (“Hammy’s in the kitchen”), his brother Steve Cott, Brendan O’Brien (producer of Shine), and Les Claypool, all of whom were in attendance.

This was a single set performance opening for The Rolling Stones. Trey dedicated “Sweet Dreams Melinda” to his mom (who was in attendance) on her birthday.

Grace Potter and the Nocturnals opened. A pre-recorded version of “70 Volt Parade” was played over the P.A. as the band took the stage. Trey performed “Back on the Train” through “Waste” solo acoustic. Trey dedicated “Waste” to the producer of Billy Breathes (and Joy), Steve Lillywhite, who was in attendance.

This was a single set performance opening for The Rolling Stones. This setlist is unconfirmed as recordings of the performance do not circulate.

This set closed “From the Big Apple to the Big Easy - The Concert for New Orleans,” a post-Katrina benefit that took place simultaneously at Radio City and Madison Square Garden. Dave Matthews added vocals for “Three Little Birds.” “Big Chief” and “Thank You...” featured Ivan Neville, Eric Krasno (Soulive), the Galactic horns, and the Wild Magnolia Mardi Gras Indians who paraded through the crowd and on the stage. Other acts included John Mayer, Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Galactic, The Neville Brothers, The Meters, Dave Matthews and Tom Waits. Bill Clinton made a brief speech on the importance of contributing funds to the relief effort. Trey sat in for Dave Matthews’ acoustic set on “Everyday” and “Bathtub Gin.”

This gig was part of the annual Bumbershoot festival. This setlist is unconfirmed as recordings of the performance do not circulate. Trey performed “Back on the Train” through “Sleep” solo acoustic.

Sound Tribe Sector 9 opened. Before “Goodbye Head” Trey gave props to the venue noting that “this is the most incredible place to play, on earth!” Trey dedicated the song to his daughter, Eliza, with whom he co-wrote the song and who was in the audience. He then brought out his then-93-year-old grandmother to take a bow! Trey played acoustic on “Invisible” and performed “Back on the Train” through “Waste” solo acoustic. 

Trey dedicated “Spin” to his high school friend, Roger Holloway. This show featured the TAB debuts of “Anything But Me” and “Friday.” “Anything But Me” through “Friday” were performed solo acoustic. “Love That Breaks All Lines” was performed by Trey on acoustic guitar and Ray on piano.

“Oz is Ever Floating” and “Wherever You Find It” were dedicated to “all you motherfuckers in love.” “Mr. Completely” included a “Crosseyed and Painless” tease. Trey performed “Mexican Cousin” through “Bathtub Gin” solo acoustic. This show featured the TAB debut of “Mexican Cousin.” “No Woman No Cry” featured Matisyahu on vocals.

“Back on the Train,” “The Inlaw Josie Wales” and “Waste” were all performed solo acoustic. “Brian and Robert” and “Ripple” were performed with Trey on acoustic guitar and Jen and Christina on vocals. “The Inlaw Josie Wales” was dedicated to Clint Eastwood. This show featured the TAB debut of “Ripple” (Grateful Dead) which was dedicated to Jerry Garcia on the tenth anniversary of his death, “probably the musician who I love more than anyone who’s ever lived, just about.” After introducing the band and then himself as “T-Money Macktastic-T,” Trey announced that “Sweet Dreams Melinda” was “for all you motherfuckers in love.” “Mr. Completely” was also played “for all you motherfuckers in love.”

  “Burlap Sack and Pumps” was played “for all you motherfuckers in love.” “Back on the Train” through “Wilson” were performed solo acoustic. “Wilson” included a “Double Team” (Tenacious D) tease. “Push On ‘Til the Day” included an “Oye Como Va” tease from Trey.

Gov’t Mule opened (setlist). Trey performed “Inlaw Josie Wales” through “Waste” solo acoustic. Prior to “Inlaw Josie Wales” Trey explained that he was going to try something new and play acoustic songs during the “setbreak” since that’s what he would be doing backstage anyway. “BOTT” contained “Little Drummer Boy” teases. “46 Days” and “Push On” featured Warren Haynes on guitar. 

MMW opened. After “Drifting” Trey expressed how excited he was that Peter Forsberg would be playing for the Flyers the following season and said he would see everyone at the Stanley Cup parade (did not happen, alas). “Burlap Sack and Pumps” featured John Medeski on organ (without Ray).

This show was part of the 10,000 Lakes Festival and was also Tony Hall's first show with Trey's solo band. This show featured the debuts of "Invisible," "Tuesday" and "Shine." "Oz is Ever Floating" featured Les Claypool on bass.

This show was part of the 4th annual Bonnaroo Music Festival. "Funk #49" (Joe Walsh), "Boogie On Reggae Woman," "Close My Eyes" (Matisyahu), "Panama" (Van Halen) and "No Woman No Cry" (Bob Marley) were all TAB debuts.  "Close My Eyes" and "No Woman No Cry" featured Matisyahu on vocals and "Panama" featured Bo Bice on vocals.

Particle opened. This show featured the TAB debut of “Sway.” “Old Habits,” “Back on the Train,” and “Waste” were duets with Trey on acoustic guitar and Mike on electric bass. “Wolfman’s Brother” and “I Am the Walrus” also featured Mike on bass.

Particle opened. This setlist is unconfirmed as recordings of the performance do not circulate. “Love That Breaks All Lines” was performed without Les or Skeeto. Trey performed “Brian and Robert” and “Back on the Train” solo acoustic. “Happy Birthday” was sung to Skeeto; “Mozambique” was Skeeto’s birthday choice.

  After “It’s Ice,” Trey noted, “In the words of the immortal Jimi Hendrix, I know I missed a verse." Trey performed “Waste” and “Back on the Train” solo acoustic. “Love That Breaks All Lines” was performed without Les or Skeeto.

This show featured the debut of “Dark and Down” and the TAB debut of “Sledgehammer” (Peter Gabriel). “Back on the Train” was performed solo acoustic. Les and Skeeto did not play on “Love is Freedom,” which Trey performed acoustic.

“Push On ‘Til the Day” was played with an atypical blues arrangement. Les and Skeeto did not play on “Love That Breaks All Lines.” North Mississippi Allstars opened (and Trey sat in for one song).

This show was billed as the “New Orleans Superjam.” The first set was electric TAB; the second set lineup included Trey, Cyril Neville (The Neville Brothers), Gregory Davis and Roger Lewis (Dirty Dozen Brass Band), Dave Grippo (Giant Country Horns, TAB), and Michael Ray (Sun Ra Arkestra). Bruce “Sunpie” Barnes performed on accordion for the TAB debuts of his originals “Bunny Bread” and “Tomato Song.” “Sneakin’ Sally” featured Mike on bass and contained "Chameleon" teases. “Three Little Birds” featured Mike on bass and Dave Matthews on vocals. “Thank You...” featured both Mike and Peter Chwazik on bass and Dave Matthews on vocals. “Old Habits” was performed by Mike and Trey only, both on acoustic guitars. “46 Days” through the end of the show featured Mike on bass and Ivan Neville on keyboards.

This setlist is unconfirmed as recordings of the performance do not circulate. Due to rain, this set began with a lengthy sequence of songs (“Chalk Dust” through “Waste”) performed solo, acoustic by Trey.

Trey performed “Back on the Train” and “Wilson” solo, acoustic. Les and Skeeto did not play on “Love That Breaks All Lines.” This show featured the debut of “Gloomy Sky” and the TAB debut of “Dig a Pony.”

This show featured the debuts of “Goodbye Head,” “Black,” “Air Said to Me,” “Host Across the Potomac” and “Love That Breaks All Lines” and the TAB debuts of “Oz is Ever Floating,” “Sitting in Limbo” (Jimmy Cliff), “Knives Out” (Radiohead) and “In the Light” (Led Zeppelin). Trey performed “Talk” was solo acoustic. Les and Skeeto did not play on “Love is Freedom” or “Love That Breaks All Lines.” A pre-recorded version of “70 Volt Parade” was played over the P.A. between the second set and encore. Before the encore Trey related the origins of “Host Across the Potomac” and explained that it was originally titled “Office Space.”

This gig featured the debuts of “Low,” “What’s Done,” “Come As Melody” and “18 Steps” as well as the TAB debuts of “It’s Ice” and “I Am the Walrus.” “Love Is Freedom” featured Trey on acoustic guitar and did not include Les or Skeeto; Trey also performed on acoustic guitar for the intro to “Bar 17.” “70 Volt Parade” was played over the P.A. as the band left the stage at the end of the second set.
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