Umphrey’s McGee Goes Acoustic, Jams With Marc Brownstein In Philly

first_imgSetlist: Umphrey’s McGee at The Fillmore Philadelphia, PA – 10/21/16Set 1: Le Blitz -> 1348, Cut The Cable (OG) -> 1348, Wellwishers, Utopian Fir -> Stinko’s Ascension, Gone For Good*, Great American* -> Dim Sun* -> Great American*Set 2: Nothing Too Fancy > Push The Pig, JaJunk, In The Kitchen%, In Bloom (Nirvana, by means of Sturgill Simpson), August > Nothing Too FancyEncore: Attachments, Join Together* Acoustic% with Marc Brownstein replacing Ryan Stasik on bass Umphrey’s McGee continued their three-night stand at The Fillmore Philadelphia last night, keeping the energy alive after a great opening night performance. The second night of the run saw Umphrey’s take more outside-the-box chances, having fun throughout a great night of a music.Watch the official stream of opening song, “Le Blitz,” below.Among the many highlights was an extended acoustic run to close out the first set, with songs “Gone For Good,” “Great American” and “Dim Sun.” Another great moment came in the second set, when The Disco Biscuits’ bassist Marc Brownstein replaced Ryan Stasik for a jamming version of “In The Kitchen.” Brownstein is a native of the Philly area, and the history between UM and tDB dates back many years.The show concluded with a great two song encore of “Attachments” and a cover of The Who’s “Join Together,” which we can watch courtesy of 215music.last_img

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