|Date||Venue||Set||Song Before||Song After||Notes||Comments|
|2005-11-19||Chevrolet Theatre||1||Love That Breaks All Lines||Sample||Trey solo acoustic.|
|2006-10-15||Thomas Wolfe Auditorium||1||Pebbles and Marbles||Bar 17||Trey solo acoustic.|
|2011-02-26||Lifestyle Communities Pavilion||1||LxL||Strange Design||Trey solo acoustic.|
|2018-02-12||Byham Theater||1||Ghost||Piper||Trey solo acoustic.|
|2018-12-05||The Granada Theatre||1||CDT ->||> CDT||Trey solo acoustic; started mid-...|
|2018-12-14||Macky Auditorium Concert Hall||1||CDT >||> CDT||Trey solo acoustic.|
|2019-10-15||Smith Opera House||1||CDT >||> CDT||Trey solo acoustic.|
|2020-11-20||Beacon Theatre||1||Curlew's Call||Lifeboy||Full TAB debut; began with just ...|
|2021-06-18||SPAC||1||Joy||***||Trey on acoustic guitar; with th...|
|2021-06-22||Beacon Theatre||1||Pebbles and Marbles||***||Trey on acoustic guitar; with th...|
|2022-05-07||Roadrunner||e||CDT ->||> CDT||Trey solo acoustic; started mid ...|
|Show Date||Artist||Song (Tease Type)||Venue|
|1990-11-02||Phish||David Bowie (Tease)||Glenn Miller Ballroom, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO, USA|
|1993-04-14||Phish||The Horse (Tease)||American Theater, St. Louis, MO, USA|
|1999-12-31||Phish||Also Sprach Zarathustra (Tease)||Big Cypress Seminole Indian Reservation, Big Cypress, FL, USA|
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