Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds
Kingsbury Hall, Salt Lake City, Utah
Graph of songs performed, by album
Two Step
The Stone (Can't Help Falling In Love)
Too Much
The Last Stop (Reprise outro)
Lie In Our Graves
One Sweet World (Swim Naked)
Bartender -->
Don't Drink the Water (This Land Is Your Land)
Tim Solo
Crash Into Me (Dixie Chicken)
Jimi Thing (You Shook Me) -->
What Will Become of Me -->
Pantala Naga Pampa
Seek Up
Tripping Billies
If I Had a Boat
I'll Back You Up
Chatterbox (Tim Solo)
Wild Horses
Dancing Nancies
Typical Situation
All Along The Watchtower

Charlie O.
I'm going to keep this short so I'll forgo the usual Amazing with X number of exclaimation points, just know that it was. The Last Stop was something I'd given up hope for, and it sounded absolutely amazing. First of the tour, and the reprise outro was perfect. Pulling out the 12 string? It was awsome. He has done a lot differently with his setlists this tour, didn't even get to hear satellite, which made me quite happy. My first non-satellite show. Every song, with the possible exception of Stay, sounded perfect (Stay was, well. . .new, interesting). Just a little note to every moron who will be attending a Dave and Tim show: Make sure you go to the bathroom as soon as Tim starts playing, all of your moron friends will be waiting for you there; and you obviously don't deserve, considering your status as "moron," to hear such a talented musician. I'd sooner wet myself than leave during one of those solos. I don't think I took a breath during the first one. Highlight! s: Boat, horses, best Dave and Tim Seek Up I'd ever heard. He went from IBYU to Halloween with "This is about that same special person, only at a different point in our relationship." Lots of Davespeak. He dedicated every song in the setlist to sleep deprivation, which had me a little worried to begin with; I guess he had a miserable night drive. He talked about how he wants to be a doll maker, and reinvent crapping dolls, the ones that you have to clean. A guy in the front row came up to him with a cell phone, and asked Dave to say something. "Um, hello? Wer'e kinda in the middle of something, can I call you right back?" That started him talking about cell-phones and all sorts of other stuff. All in all, an amazing show!!!!! There, I did it. On to Sacramento.