Halloween Concert Recap & Setlists Pt. 1

The Disco Biscuits

Auditorium Theatre, Chicago, IL
The Glitch Mob, Holy Fuck and Orchard Lounge opened.

Set I: Strobelights and Martinis, Pimp Blue Rikki, Flash Mob > Mindless Dribble > Caves of the East > Mindless Dribble > Confrontation*

Set II: Stone > The Devil’s Waltz, On Time > Confrontation* > Spraypaint > Tempest > Tricycle > Spraypaint, Spy, I Am One**

Enc: Save The Robots# > Run Like Hell##

Notes: * Dyslexic. ** First time played. # Dyslexic completion of 10/30 version. ## Completes 10/28 version.

Source: PhantasyTour.com via Jambands.com’s Box Scores

The Biscuits celebrated Halloween with two strong jam-filled sets containing mostly originals. They did debut a new cover during the encore as they paid tribute to Chicago by tackling the Smashing Pumpkins’ I Am One.


The Armory, Albany, NY

Set I: The Ghost of Ralph’s Mom, Godzilla, Farmer Ben, You Can Call Me Al*, We Got The Party* > George, Echoes*

Set II: Stash*, Meat > Eyes of the World* > Echoes, Rebubula > Dark Star* > Rebubula

Enc: Fuck Her Gently*, Don’t Fuck With Flo, Crab Eyes

Notes: * First time played. Last “Farmer Ben,” 3/2/05.

Source: [email protected] Jambands.com’s Box Scores

For this year’s Halloween show, moe. asked fans to vote on what they should play at Jambands.com. Among the choices was We Got The Party – a Miley Cyrus song. Collegehumor.com got wind of the poll and led a number of their readers to vote for the Miley tune. moe. gave the people what they want and busted out We Got The Party along with a spot-on cover of Phish’s Stash.

Other covers included Tenacious D’s Fuck Her Gently, Paul Simon’s You Can Call Me Al, Pink Floyd’s Echoes and the Grateful Dead’s Eyes of the World and Dark Star. The group also busted out the rarely played Jim Loughlin-sung Farmer Ben.

CLICK HERE to stream audio of moe.’s performance.

Widespread Panic

Austin Music Hall, Austin, TX

Set I: Waitin’ For The Bus* > Chilly Water > Rock > Chilly Water, Trouble, Gimme > You Got Yours, Give, Mama Told Me Not To Come > Red Beans and Rice

Set II: Come As You Are* > Bowlegged Woman, The Last Straw, Holden Oversoul > Vampire Blues, Imitation Leather Shoes > drumz > Bust It Big > Pigeons, Lake Of Fire* > Henry Parsons Died

Enc: The Masquerade*, Postcard, Flat Foot Flewzy

Notes * First time played. Last “Mama Told Me Not To Come,” 10/26/08. Last “Red Beans and Rice,” 10/17/08. Last “Vampire Blues,” 10/29/08.

Source: EverydayCompanion.com via Jambands.com’s Box Scores

Panic continued their annual tradition of busting out new and rare covers at the Austin Music Hall in Austin on Saturday night. This year they debuted Nirvana’s Come As You Are, the Meat Puppets’ Lake of Fire, Leon Russell’s The Masquerade and ZZ Top’s Waitin’ For The Bus. They also dusted off Mama Told Me Not to Come, Red Beans and Rice and Vampire Blues for the first time in over a year.

CLICK HERE to stream audio of Panic’s performance.

Pearl Jam

October 31, 2009 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Wachovia Spectrum Arena
Opening: Bad Religion

Why Go, Last Exit, Corduroy, Severed Hand, the Fixer, Elderly Woman Behind the Counter in a Small Town, You Are, Amongst the Waves, Even Flow, Pilate, Unthought Known, Daughter/Another Brick in the Wall Part 2 (Waters), Johnny Guitar, Rats, I’m Open, I Got Shit, Glorified G, Out of My Mind, Black, Insignificance, Life Wasted

1st encore: Just Breathe w/string quartet, The End w/string quartet, Low Light, Speed of Sound, Jeremy w/string quartet, Inside Job, Bugs w/string quartet, Spin the Black Circle, Porch

2nd encore: Whip It (Devo), Got Some, Crown of Thorns (Mother Love Bone), Satan’s Bed, Sweet Lew, Do the Evolution, Better Man/Save It For Later (English Beat), Smile, Alive, Rockin’ in the Free World (Young), Yellow Ledbetter/Star Spangled Banner

Pearl Jam closed out The Spectrum this weekend and gave the legendary venue a fitting sendoff. They included lots of covers, classic originals and a couple of rarities.

For more on most of these shows head over to Jambands.com and check out their news stories. We’ll have more on these shows and plenty of others over the coming days.

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