Bridge School Benefit, Shoreline Amphitheater, Mountain View, CA
Graph of songs performed, by album
Tripping Billies
Where Are You Going?
Old Dirt Hill
Dancing Nancies

Danny P.
Well after waiting 5 hours for Dave to play I'd have to say that I was pretty excited to see him with Tim. The lame part was that him and Tim got wasted in Vegas the night before and his voice was pretty much shot. With that said he was forced to perform some low note hits. I did however enjoy them simply because voice or no voice, Dave is amazing! He talked a lot between songs and made the all age crowd laugh. The definite highlight was his mumbling vegas story told as the intro to dancing nancies, and Tim played the guitar like no other to it! Great to see Dave in the fall out west.
Stamati H.
After seeingDave in all his glory for three days at the Gorge, I told myself I have to see him everytime I get the chance so when I found out he would be performing for the Bridge School Benefit I decided I didn't have much choice but to go. Not to metion, I have never seen Dave solo before so I thought this would be a cool little change of pace.

Before going to the concert, I predicted that Tim Reynolds would show up with him as they were playing together in Vegas the previous two nights, but even I didn't really believe it until the duo came out on stage together. The crowd was electrified as shouts of "Timmy" (like in south park) echoed throughout the ampitheatre.

The set list was great but obviously if you are a die hard Dave Head it left you wanting more. Old Dirt Hill acoustic was really cool and Dancing Nancies was intense. The intro was all about Vegas and sent chills through my spine. As for Dave's voice, it was definitely raspy and he had a hard time hitting some of those high notes but if you ask me it just added more personality to the show. He also told a few stories and it was pretty entertaining just listening to him talk.

I've never experienced such a diverse crowd like that at a concert before with young and old all coming together. If you ever have the chance to go to the Bridge School Benefit, I definitely recommend it as a memorable experience and it's for a really good cause. I hear next year is the twentieth anniversary so it will probably be a special one. To all you fans back east, I'm definitely jealous of the upcoming tour. Have fun, party hard, and hopefully I'l see you at a concert some time. Peace