Widespread Panic & Umphrey’s McGee
Umphrey’s McGee (via UM Twitter)
Set: Similar Skin, Deeper > Believe the Lie, Women Wine and Song, Wizard Burial Ground > Glory > Wizard Burial Ground, Hangover, Jajunk, Eminence Front *
* w/ Jimmy Herring, Jojo Hermann and Duane Trucks
Widespread Panic (via PanicStream)
Set: Jam > Holden Oversoul, Tickle The Truth > Henry Parsons Died, You Got Yours, Big Wooly Mammoth, Imitation Leather Shoes, Aunt Avis, Rebirtha > Goin’ Out West, Steven’s Cat, Papa’s Home > Drums & Bass > Drums > Papa’s Home, For What It’s Worth*, Fishwater
Encore: Me and the Devil Blues**, Action Man
* – w/ Brendan Bayliss on guitar & vocals ** – w/ Brendan Bayliss on guitar; Joel Cummins on keys
w/ The Werks
Lotus Set List:
First Set: The Oaks, Bellwether, Hammerstrike, Inspector Norse > Tip, Middle Road
Second Set: Bush Pilot, Spiritualize > Spaghetti > Golden Ghost > Spiritualize, IACTMN, 128”
Set I: Bathing Digits > Mulche’s Odyssey, Intentions Clear, Cut the Cable, Syncopated Strangers > Out of Order > Syncopated Strangers, No Diablo, Der Bluten Kat > Last Train Home > Der Bluten Kat
Set II: Bad Friday, 1348 > The Floor, Tribute to Spinal Shaft > Immigrant Song, August > Resolution > 1348
Encore: Wizard Burial Ground
For more of David Heath’s photos from Umphrey’s McGee’s show at Stage AE stop by Honest Tune’s Facebook page:
Honest Tune Facebook – Umphrey’s McGee at Stage AE
Sound Tribe Sector 9
SET I: 4 Year Puma > F Word, Gobnugget, The Rabble, Equinox, Vibyl, Only Light Remains, Circus
SET II: Evasive Maneuvers, 20-12, Golden Gate, Hidden Hand Hidden Fist, The Paint, Frequencies Peace 2 > 3, World Go Round, When The Dust Settles
ENCORE: Music Us, Dance, Crystal Instrument > World Go Round Reprise > Crystal Instrument
Matisyahu w/ Radical Something
For all of David Heath’s photos from Matisyahu’s show at Stage AE stop by Honest Tune’s Facebook page:
Honest Tune Facebook page – Matisyahu – Stage AE, 9/27/14
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w/ Zach Deputy
Pittsburgh fans showed up in force for a second year in a row to welcome the reggae-inspired West Coast sound of Slightly Stoopid at Stage AE, August 27th. There is nothing better than heading downtown on a Wednesday evening to party with your friends and catch some live music.
Opening act, one-man show, Zach Deputy, wasted no time using his vast collection of pedals, synthesizers, and microphones to get the party started. Looping multiple vocal tracks mixed with beats his soulful voice brought the crowd’s arms into the air as hands and drinks were held high throughout Deputy’s Caribbean inspired set of funky hip-hop that included “Twisty Twisty,” “Into the Morning,” “She Says,” and “Hagaline.” Deputy’s set was the perfect appetizer and warm-up for the Slightly Stoopid musical party that was to follow. As crew cleared Deputy’s gear from the stage and prepared for Slightly Stoopid the crowd size grew considerably, with those present welcoming late arriving friends with smiles and hugs.
As the lights dimmed, announcing the start of the headliner’s set, Stage AE was packed and ready for Slightly Stoopid to take the stage. Joined by horn-blower extraordinaire Karl Denson, who has become the band’s unofficial 8th member, Slightly Stoopid started with a five-song medley composed of “Champion,” “Don’t Stop,” “Don’t Care,” “Wickedz,” and “2AM.” Miles Doughty and Kyle McDonald kept the fans jumping with “Way You Move” and “Don’t Stop from Top of the World,” while Denson provided a dose inventive saxophone which gave the set a taste of funky undertones.
Cheers rose from the fans as Doughty and McDonald switched instruments in the middle of a song early in their set. Doughty then laid his graffiti covered Fender aside and moved across the front of the stage holding the mic out for people upfront to sing. The band kept the energy high for their two-hour set. They invited opener Deputy back on stage to join them for their encore. His presence was the perfect way to wrap up a mid-week party hosted by Slightly Stoopid.