Dave Matthews Band
Pyramid, Memphis, Tennessee
Graph of songs performed, by album
Opening Band: Herbie Hancock & the Headhunters

Tripping Billies (Nature Intro)
Two Step
Pantala Naga Pampa -->
Jimi Thing
Lie In Our Graves
The Stone
The Last Stop (Reprise Outro)
Don't Drink the Water
Crash Into Me (Dixie Chicken)
Drive In Drive Out
Anyone Seen the Bridge -->
Too Much
All Along the Watchtower

Steve L.
This show show rocked. They opened with Tripping Billies. But Dave played a lot of intense songs Warehouse, Stone, Drive In Drive Out, Last Stop, and Don't Drink the Water. Boyd went pyscotic on Lie in Our Graves, and Carter looked like he had 6 arms on Drive In Drive Out. The crowd was great, but probaly because they were all high. The hardcore DMB fans went crazy, when they heard Warehouse. Michelle would of loved this show.
Jun.30.2004 .
I'm the first to admit that Dave is the greatest band in the world, but there is something wrong with indoor stadium concerts. The Pyramid is great for basketball games, but Dave belongs outside by the river. The set list was ok, opening with Tripping Billies was a first heard by me on tape or live, but it was a good change. DDTW was good, giving me a new view on a song that I usualy skip in my car. Stay was good how he just kept on repeating the same lines over and over, you just didn't want it to end. Crash was good with the Dixie Chicken ending. Satalite was weak, but maybe that was because I hate that song and I wish they would play After Her. The Little Baby Jam without the little baby into Too Much was a nice jam. Watchtower was one of the best versions I've heard him play, giving Stephan a chance to show off his stuff as the intro and was a sweet way to end the show.
Joel F.
As expected, a great show from the DMB. It didn't quite top last Friday's in Nashville, but it's really unfair to compare the two because we were treated to banjo man Bela Fleck there. Regardless, the boys played a tight, tight set for their first appearance at the Pyramid and first Memphis stop since Horde '96. Highlights from the setlist: A great Tripping Billies (nature intro, by the way)/Two Step opener, the always solid LIOG, and an awesome Watchtower in the encore. Would have liked, say #41, Granny, or even Ants instead of Crash/Satellite/Too Much, but I really can't complain. Memphis crowd was into the show from the get-go. Lots of dancing, screaming, etc. and I don't think I saw the dreaded laser pointer all night.
James D.
Dave was in the best mood I've ever seen him in. Even though I had heard a lot of the songs before, this was by far the best performance. Everyone sounded great. Dave said he went to B.B. King's the night before. Stone, Satellite, Warehouse, and Watchtower were all highlights. Out of the four shows I've been to, this one was the best. The crowd and Dave seemed to really get into it.
Micah H.
I can't believe nobody mentioned the epic performance of The Last Stop. It began with a quiet eastern sounding acapella chant by Dave. When the whole band suddenly kicked in it actually made my cousin (who was with me) jump a little bit. They proceded to kick the jam out of the song for its duration. The best part was the end. On the record, the turbulent outro of the song morphs into a soft, major key acoustic passage before it fades out. But on stage, during the chaotic, dischordant ending there was actually a point at which I could see Dave begin to play the major key bit amidst the chaos (good seats). After a minute or so you could see everybody in the band begin to lock eyes, then Carter gave a cue and...boom! The whole band went right into the major key bit at full force and top volume! It gave me chills. They repeated the passage a few times before everybody slowly started to get quieter and quieter, leaving only Dave playing by himself as he began to sing "everything will be allright" over and over (the last piece on the new album). Definitely some of the most amazing stuff I've ever seen them do.
Michael D.
The concert Tuesday night was definitely a GREAT concert. When Dave started Tripping Billies, everyone was up and dancing. The jam before Two-Step was something different, but still cool. I happen to like Satellite, and that song slowed the mood down. The lighting job set the mood well. Song after song, the crowd danced and sang. Everyone was completely in to the concert. People yelled for Watchtower; they got it for the finale. the whole band was jamming, and did a great version of it. It was one of the better versions i have heard.