Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds
Burruss Auditorium, Blacksburg, Virginia
Graph of songs performed, by album
Lie In Our Graves
Dancing Nancies
Let You Down
The Song That Jane Likes
Two Step
Say Goodbye
Jimi Thing (What Will Become of Me)
So Much To Say
Crash Into Me
One Sweet World
Too Much
Proudest Monkey -->
Little Thing
Stream (Tim solo)
Is Chicago, Is Not Chicago -->
Typical Situation
Tripping Billies
I'll Back You Up
Ants Marching
Warehouse (Passion)

Brian P.
GREAT show tonight from Burris Auditorium in Blacksburg VA, Dave and Tim played for about 2:40. First, without any question, "Crazy" is the same thing that he played (drunkenly) at the 6/3/96 Jewish Mother Agents of Good Roots show. It's come a long way, as has Little Thing. The highlight for me was Stream, after which the crowd of 2300 gave Timmy a standing ovation. The only other times they gave standing O's was for Ants and the encore, Passion -> Warehouse. That's the second point. Unconditionally, without any argument from anyone, the intro to Warehouse that they've been doing of late is Peter Gabriel's Passion, from the album of the same name (soundtrack for the Last Temptation of Christ). Very nice job of it, it's a rather obvious cover to a complete and total diehard PG fan such as myself. :) Other highlights included a nice Say Goodbye, a beautiful Proudest Monkey, Too Much w/ Golden Years and Fame, and of course Crazy. It was apparently R2T night, from that album they did Ants, Billies, Minarets, TSTJL, IBYU, OSW, Satellite, and Recently. This is all from memory mind you. Devon: Did I mention they covered Peter Gabriel? Just checking. About the crowd...it wasn't terribly great, but it wasn't terribly bad either. They stayed seated up until about the midway point, when they played Jimi Thing. The rusty wires that kept everyone back apparently gave way, and everyone stood up and damn near rushed the stage. D&T played out the song, then Dave showed some really steely balls and told everyone to sit right back down and then waited for everyone to do so. It was extemely cool. :) There was the occasional blowhard yelling at inopportune moments, but it wasn't nearly as bad as it could have been, and it got less and less bad as the show went on and Dave mocked them more and more... (Get...on...it...Dave?) Most of the crowd seemed pretty knowledgeable and sung along to songs that aren't singles, and Tim got easily as big a response out of the crowd with his solos and stuff as Dave did, perhaps even more than Dave. Timmy brought the hizouse down! :) Oh yeah, backstage was nice, particularly in that I was able to walk past the fans waiting at the bus and right down to the backstage area and just chill w/ D&T for awhile, ask some questions, crack some jokes, shoot the shit, etc. Eat my shorts Bobo. :) Tetzeli rocks my world. PS DM reaffirmed that he hates Spotlight with unbridled passion and wouldn't play it again even if threatened castration with a rusty fork. OK I exaggerated, but don't waste your breath asking for it anytime soon. :)