Setlists Matching Performer: Peter Chwazik


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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