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Umphreys McGee brought the heat every performance for their first 3 night run at Red Rocks this weekend.

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Umphreys McGee brought the heat every performance for their first 3 night run at Red Rocks this weekend. Setlist, Photos, Over 20 videos & my 411
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Umphrey's McGee finished off their first three night run at the historic Red Rocks Amphitheater this weekend. They brought something special every show for their faithful fans, many making the trip for this anticipated run, Nobody left disappointed has the most original jamband touring today played up to the high expectations. I have gathered over two hours worth of highlights from the weekend. Enjoy!  Kevin Long 
Setlist Friday Night  Electric Avenue to Hell
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Umphrey’s McGee
Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison, COSet I: Le Blitz > 40’s Theme, Wappy Sprayberry > Crucial Taunt, Yoga Pants > White Man’s Moccasins, Remind Me, Bad Friday*Set II: JaJunk**, Hajimemashite***, Push the Pig > 1348, Mail Package, DraconianEnc: The FloorNotes: *w/Mike Maher and Chris Bullock on horns…

Watch the complete J RAD shows from The Ogden and The First Bank Center in Denver earlier this summer. Plus a show from The Joy Theatre in New Orleans. Epic is an understatement! Plus my 411 on how J-Rad will take over the world.

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Watch the complete J RAD shows from The Ogden and The First Bank Center in Denver earlier this summer. Plus a show from The Joy Theatre in New Orleans. Epic is an understatement! Plus my 411 on how J-Rad will take over the world. 
    Dead and Company just finished up a celebrated Summer Tour. They have a special chemistry and it's the best band Bobby's played in since The Other Ones in 1998 with Kimock, Hornsby and Dave Ellis on saxophone. I also enjoyed The Dead tour with Haynes and Herring but Dead and Company has the "it"factor. But the songs are still in Bobby time, which is much more jazzy and slower than the Grateful Dead and often can lead to falling over while dancing.     Then there is Joe Russo's Almost Dead a band that has the "it" factor in spades. This accidental tribute band plays the songs at the speed of light. They are the Grateful Dead on Steroids and perform the vast catologue of sacred tunes any way but predictable. What was meant to …