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Show Notes: This show featured Jeff on percussion.

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Show Notes: This performance was part of the 48th Annual Roxbury Pickin' and Fiddlin' contest.

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Show Notes: This show featured Cotter on drums.

Set 1: Astrovan[1]

Coach's Notes:
    [1] With Rick on guitar.

Coach's Notes:
    [1] John Prine.
    [2] Polica.
    [3] Grateful Dead.
    [4] The National.
    [5] Abridged.

No known setlist.

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Moniker.
    [2] Fatboy Slim.

Show Notes: Milestone 2 (Skux Life) was played for the first time since August 18, 2022 (146 shows). Praise You was played for the first time since February 12, 2022 (184 shows).

No known setlist.

Show Notes: This was a late-night after show for Goose at Forest Hills.

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Prince.

Show Notes: This was the band’s biggest headlining show to date.

No known setlist.

Show Notes: This was an after party for Goose at The Mann and featured Cotter on drums.

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Blind Melon. With Rogers Stevens on guitar.
    [2] With Matt Quinn on vocals.
    [3] Peter Gabriel.

Show Notes: In Your Eyes was played for the first time since September 22, 2023 (53 shows). This was the band’s biggest headlining show to date.

Set 1: The Music Never Stopped > Cassidy -> Jack Straw > Little Red Rooster, Just A Little Light > Sugar Magnolia > Bird Song, Corrina -> Love The One You're With, Eyes of the World > Liberty

Encore: Get Out Of My Life Woman[1]

Coach's Notes:
    [1] With Cotter on drums.

Show Notes: This was a late-night after show for Goose at Thompson's Point.

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Bon Iver.
    [2] Jim James.

Show Notes: Loose Ends was played for the first time since September 17, 2023 (54 shows). State of the Art (A.E.I.O.U.) was played for the first time since October 8, 2022 (129 shows).

Soundcheck: Spain, Liza Jane, Nights In White Satin

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Traditional.
    [2] Chick Corea.
    [3] Slow, melodic version.
    [4] With Welcome to Delta jam and STL tease from Peter.
    [5] Unfinished.
    [6] Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band.

Show Notes: Liza Jane was played for the first time since March 1, 2022 (178 shows). Spain was played for the first time since September 29, 2022 (135 shows).

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Pat Benatar.
    [2] Fast version. With Pancakes tease from Peter.
    [3] Johnny Rivers.
    [4] With Nebula teases from Rick.

Show Notes: Love is a Battlefield was played for the first time since March 24, 2023 (97 shows). Secret Agent Man was played for the first time since November 6, 2020 (240 shows).

Coach's Notes:
    [1] The Wood Brothers.
    [2] With Welcome to Delta tease from Peter.
    [3] With Secret Agent Man tease from Rick.
    [4] The Band.

Show Notes: Atlas was played for the first time since March 30, 2023 (92 shows). The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down was played for the first time since June 17, 2016.

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Echo & The Bunnymen.
    [2] The Clash.
    [3] With Arcadia tease from Peter and Use Me teases from Trevor.

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Slow, melodic version. Unfinished.
    [2] Kenny Loggins.
    [3] Kenny Loggins. Lyrics changed to “Marta, make the move.”
    [4] Grateful Dead. Unfinished.
    [5] Unfinished.

Show Notes: I’m Alright was played for the first time since June 30, 2023 (61 shows).

Soundcheck: Magic Carpet Ride, Escape (The Piña Colada Song)

Coach's Notes:
    [1] With Tarantella Napoletana tease from Rick.
    [2] Unfinished.
    [3] Radiohead.
    [4] With Welcome to Delta jam and Turn On Your Love Light and Bubblehouse teases from Peter.
    [5] With Time to Flee tease from Rick.
    [6] Steppenwolf. With Secret Agent Man teases from Rick.
    [7] Rupert Holmes.

Show Notes: Weird Fishes was played for the first time since April 18, 2023 (81 shows).

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Fast version.
    [2] Creedence Clearwater Revival.
    [3] With Camino tease from Peter.
    [4] Santo & Johnny.
    [5] Eddy Grant.

Show Notes: Sleepwalk was played for the first time since April 22, 2023 (77 shows).

Coach's Notes:
    [1] John Philips.
    [2] Fat Freddy’s Drop.

Soundcheck: All Blues, Hot Love & The Lazy Poet

Coach's Notes:
    [1] The Who.

Show Notes: This show was part of the Northlands Music and Arts Festival.

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Slow, melodic version.
    [2] Father John Misty.
    [3] Kenny Loggins.
    [4] With Mad World tease from Rick.
    [5] Otis Day & The Knights.
    [6] Unfinished.

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Spoon.
    [2] Walter Murphy.
    [3] With A Go Go tease from Rick.
    [4] Unfinished.
    [5] With Mad World teases from Rick and Cantaloupe Island teases from Peter.

Coach's Notes:
    [1] NRBQ.
    [2] With Welcome to Delta jam.
    [3] Herbie Hancock.
    [4] Fast version.
    [5] With Coach on rainstick.
    [6] With.
    [7] Unfinished.
    [8] Bruce Hornsby.

Coach's Notes:
    [1] The Band.
    [2] Unfinished.
    [3] Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band.

Show Notes: Travelers was played for the first time since June 30, 2023 (53 shows). Elmeg the Wise was performed for the first time since March 12, 2023 (88 shows). This was the first performance of the Autumn Crossing suite since August 22, 2021 and the first since the EP's release.

Soundcheck: Seekers on the Ridge pt I > Seekers on the Ridge pt II, Jive I

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Ilsey Juber. FTP as Goose.
    [2] Grateful Dead.

Coach's Notes:
    [1] The Beatles. With Welcome to Delta teases from Peter.
    [2] The Band.

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Slow, melodic version.
    [2] Sergio Mendes.
    [3] David Gray.

No known setlist.

Show Notes: This show featured Cotter on drums.

No known setlist.

Show Notes: This band featured Cotter on drums and was an opening set for Andy Frasco & The U.N.

No known setlist.

Show Notes: This band featured Cotter on drums and was an opening set for Andy Frasco & The U.N.

No known setlist.

Soundcheck: Jam > Rockdale

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Prince.
    [2] Unfinished.
    [3] Kylie Minogue.

Show Notes: This show was part of the Solshine Music + Arts Reverie festival.

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Grateful Dead.

Show Notes: This show was part of the Solshine Reverie Music + Arts Festival and was an afternoon set in the VIP tent.

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Fast version.
    [2] Father John Misty.
    [3] John Philips. FTP as Orebolo. Played by request via a fan sign asking for "MAMU."
    [4] Slow, melodic version.
    [5] Radiohead.

Show Notes: This show was part of the Solshine Music + Arts Reverie festival and took place on the Moonshine stage.

No known setlist.

Show Notes: This show was part of the Solshine Music + Arts Reverie festival.

Set 1: Rebubula, A Go Go[1], Hollywood Nights[1], Much Obliged[2], Bennie and the Jets[2], Kid Charlemagne[3], Slacker[4], 40's Theme[4], In The Kitchen[5]

Coach's Notes:
    [1] With Rick on guitar and Peter on keys.
    [2] With Alex Bailey on drums.
    [3] With Scotty Zwang on drums.
    [4] With Rory Dolan on drums.
    [5] With Marc Brownstein on bass and Jeremy Salken on drums.

Show Notes: This was a special Umphrey's & Friends set at Solshine Music + Arts Reverie.

One Set: Tennessee Jed, To Rise You Gotta Fall, Deal, Bertha, Bird Song, Gambler's Conceit, U.S. Blues, Catfish John, Having a Good Time, Animal, Truckin', Sugaree, Casey Jones

Show Notes: This show was part of the Cosmico Music Festival and featured Jeff on drums, Pedro Arevalo on bass, Nicki Bluhm on vocals, Jackie Greene on guitar, and Jason Crosby on keys.

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Flopener.
    [2] The Who.
    [3] Kenny Loggins.

Show Notes: This was a special performance at the wedding of Marta Goedde and Matthew Lashmet.

No known setlist.

Set 1: Dancing in the Streets, Lazy Lightning > Supplication, He's Gone, Scarlet Begonias, Don't Let Go, Lucky Old Sun, Tangled Up In Blue

Set 2: Fire on the Mountain, Feel Like A Stranger, Let It Grow[1], Dark Star[1], Estimated Prophet[1]

Encore: Johnny B. Goode

Coach's Notes:
    [1] With Cotter on drums.

Show Notes: This was a special acoustic performance by Rick in his sister Amy's class.

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Fast version.
    [2] Ray Parker Jr.

Show Notes: This was a special performance for the school's Festival of Arts and Languages - Rick, Peter, and Trevor all graduated from WHS. This show was performed in the evening for faculty and friends. Ghostbusters was played for the first time since October 27, 2018 (366 shows).

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Post Malone.

Show Notes: This was a special performance for the school's Festival of Arts and Languages - Rick, Peter, and Trevor all graduated from WHS. This show was performed in the afternoon for students.

No known setlist.

Show Notes: This show featured Cotter on drums.

Coach's Notes:
    [1] FTP as Goose.
    [2] Vampire Weekend. FTP. With Ezra Koenig on guitar and vocals, Chris Tomson on drums, and Chris Baio on bass.
    [3] Vampire Weekend. FTP. With Ezra Koenig on guitar and vocals, Chris Tomson on drums, Chris Baio on bass, and Jessica tease from Rick.
    [4] With Welcome to Delta and Dripfield teases from Peter.

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Fast version.
    [2] With.
    [3] FTP as Goose.

Show Notes: It Burns Within was played for the first time since March 12, 2023 (79 shows).

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Unfinished.
    [2] With Nebula tease from Rick.
    [3] With Luigi's Raceway tease from Peter.

Show Notes: This show was on the day of a total solar eclipse and featured a full performance of Moon Cabin.

Soundcheck: STL, Eminence Front, Yeti, Creatures, This Old Sea, Everything Must Go, STL

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Flopener.
    [2] Unfinished.
    [3] FTP as Goose.
    [4] FTP. Debuted as “SALT.”
    [5] The Who.

Show Notes: This was Cotter's first show as a member of Goose. Eminence Front was played for the first time since November 13, 2021 (180 shows).

No known setlist.

Show Notes: This was an after-party for Great Blue.

Coach's Notes:
    [1] With Hava Nagila tease from Peter.
    [2] Johnny Cash. FTP. With Missy Jo on guitar and vocals.
    [3] With Bart Hartman on saxophone.
    [4] With Sam Kesler on vocals.
    [5] Weezer. FTP.
    [6] With Teakwood Betz teases.

Opening Band(s): Hot Pocket

Soundcheck: Ship of Fools (this soundcheck is incomplete)

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Traditional. FTP as Orebolo.
    [2] FTP as Orebolo.
    [3] Slow, melodic version. With Secret Agent Man tease.
    [4] Father John Misty.
    [5] Tom Waits.
    [6] Radiohead. FTP.
    [7] Dick Burnett. FTP.
    [8] Elvis Presley.
    [9] Grateful Dead.

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Traditional.
    [2] FTP as Orebolo.
    [3] Dave Van Ronk.
    [4] Unfinished.
    [5] Elvis Presley. FTP as Orebolo.
    [6] Bonnie Raitt.
    [7] Fast version.
    [8] Sharon Van Etten. FTP.
    [9] Grateful Dead.

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Bob Dylan. FTP.
    [2] FTP as Orebolo.
    [3] Ilsey Juber. FTP.
    [4] Chick Corea. FTP as Orebolo.
    [5] Unfinished.
    [6] Chris Thompson. FTP.
    [7] Tears For Fears.
    [8] Grateful Dead.

Set 1: Shakedown Street, The Golden Road (To Unlimited Devotion), Mama Tried, Me & My Uncle, Loser, Bertha, Me and Bobby McGee, Bird Song, The Weight

Set 2: Scarlet Begonias[1] > Fire On The Mountain, Estimated Prophet > Eyes of the World > Franklin's Tower, Drums > Space, The Wheel, The Other One, Morning Dew

Encore: Attics of My Life

Coach's Notes:
    [1] With Loose Ends tease from Rick.

Show Notes: This show was part of the Dead Ahead festival and featured Rick on guitar and vocals alongside Bob Weir, Jay Lane, Don Was, Oteil Burbridge, Jeff Chimenti, Sturgill Simpson, and Margo Price.

Soundcheck: Rockdale (this soundcheck is incomplete)

Coach's Notes:
    [1] Fast version.
    [2] Father John Misty.
    [3] Bruce Springsteen.
    [4] Sturgill Simpson. FTP. With Sturgill Simpson on guitar and vocals.
    [5] Tumble's instrumental bridge was played as an intro to Vibey Tumble.
    [6] Traditional.
    [7] With Bob Weir on guitar and vocals.

Show Notes: This show was part of the Dead Ahead festival.

Set 1: Easy to Slip, When I Paint My Masterpiece, Brown Eyed Women, Big River[1], Greatest Story Ever Told, Weather Report Suite > Let It Grow

Set 2: Two Djinn, New Speedway Boogie[2], Playing in the Band[3], He's Gone > Terrapin Station Suite, Stella Blue, Sugar Magnolia

Encore: Ripple

Coach's Notes:
    [1] With Sturgill Simpson on guitar and vocals.
    [2] With Rick on guitar and vocals.
    [3] With Derek Trucks on guitar.

Show Notes: This show was part of the Dead Ahead festival.

Set 1: Let Loose[1], I'm Your Wreck[1], Rearrange Us[1], Mt. Joy[1] > Fire On The Mountain[1]

Coach's Notes:
    [1] With Rick on guitar.

Show Notes: This show was part of Out of the Blue Festival.

Set 1: Let Loose[1], Johnson Song[1]

Coach's Notes:
    [1] With Rick on guitar.

Show Notes: This show was part of the Out of the Blue Festival.


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