SET 1: Stealing Time From the Faulty Plan, Party Time, The Way I Feel, Sweet Dreams Melinda > Shaking Someone's Outstretched Hand , Andre the Giant, Spin, Turtle in the Clouds , What's the Use? , Brian and Robert , If I Could, Rescue Squad , Leaves , The Lizards , Mr. Completely > Windora Bug , Possum, A Case of Ice and Snow > Last Tube, Twist
This performance was part of The Beacon Jams series and featured the debut of Shaking Someone's Outstretched Hand, the first Trey solo acoustic performance of Rescue Squad, the TAB debut of Leaves, and the full TAB debut of The Lizards. Trey quoted Manhattan after Shaking Someone's Outstretched Hand. Andre the Giant was performed for the first time since May 26, 2002. Turtle in the Clouds was performed by Trey solo acoustic. What's the Use? through If I Could and Leaves through The Lizards featured The Rescue Squad Strings (Katie Kresek and Maxim Moston on violin, Rachel Golub on viola, and Anja Wood on cello) with What's the Use? featuring only Trey and Jeff Tanski on piano and Brian and Robert and If I Could only Trey on acoustic guitar. Leaves also featured Trey on acoustic guitar with TAB returning to the stage. Windora Bug had Corona references. Prior to this performance, the only other time Possum had been played as "TAB" was at the first TAB performance on February 15, 1999 as Trey, Tony Markellis, and Russ Lawton. Twist was introduced as "Folding The Laundry" and "When Your Dryer's Broke."
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