Brooklyn Academy of Music, New York City, New York
Graph of songs performed, by album
Too Much
American Baby
Where Are You Going?
Louisana Bayou
You Might Die Trying
Steady As We Go
Ants Marching
All Along the Watchtower

* Butch Taylor played the entire set
VH1 Storytellers taping. Between "Ants Marching" and the encore, there was a Q&A session between the band and the audience.

Matthew K.
Man, that was special. About 300 of us were lucky enough to see DMB play in the smallest venue they've likely played in a really long time. The vibe was great, the songs where blistering, and I was very much part of something special.

Too Much opened well, and the novelty of the size of the venue hit me - you could hear them speak and talk clearly, and I was all the way up in the balcony!

Dreamgirl live was definitely something to hear. One of Dave's best lyrical songs ever, IMHO, but I think they needed to give his guitar more mike.

Where Are You Going? was good - kept things moving.

Louisana Bayou was another song I was very interested to hear live, and it didn't disappoint.

Crush is always a great song to hear live, and I hadn't heard it in forever, and it was a real treat.

You Might Die Trying might be my favorite song off of "Stand Up" - and live, the jam was outstanding. Carter took the whole band down to nearly silence, and the ENTIRE crowd clapped the beat. Dave got into the act, seemingly touched, and it was so loud to the point where after the song, Carter pointed to the crowd and smiled.

Ants Marching was funny, as before the rest of the songs, Dave had told very stories (which I won't ruin here), but before Ants, he just threw up his arms and smiled.

The Q&A session was great, as preselected audience members got to ask questions. The most notable response was to a question about Internet piracy, to which the general response was - "we can't be angry if people want to listen to our music" - especially ironic considering the MusicMax copy protection that Stand Up carries.

A great Watchtower closed out a very special night . I definitely had a great time meeting people from the Warehouse, and we all felt very special to be a part of it all.