A short show, but fun, and I enjoyed hanging out with Judith (thanks for the sunscreen and the Coke Zero!), Nicole, and Gail. Also nice to resume my self-imposed duties as notetaker girl, so here is the setlist:
Somebody to Shove
All is Well--followed by comments on how much space (very much!) was between the stage and the audience. I think Tommy made a joke about alligators being down there.
Earth Festival--Dan was having problems with his amp, so Michael, Tommy, and Dave started jamming and Dave had impromptu lyrics about the festival. He said it was their new song, off their eco-friendly record. This record is so eco-friendly, it doesn't exist, because less packaging means less garbage.
Misery/Silly Love Songs--in the key of C, no idea what C stood for.
Black Gold--introduced as "another anti-war song." Interestingly, while they were playing this anti-war song, there was a fight breaking out a few rows behind us.
Without a Trace--dedicated to Karl
Runaway Train--dedicated to the Figgs
Stand Up and Be Strong--Interesting gestures by Dave: "you might be right," he gestures to himself; "you might be wrong," he gestures in the direction of Benny and Tommy. Interesting gestures by Tommy/Benny: brief fake fight during "you might have to fight." Also in the middle, Dave said they had a surprise, which was all the guys immediately breaking into "My Generation!" Once they were done with that, they resumed where they were in Stand Up and played that to the end. That was pretty cool.
I'll let Nicole talk about her after-show picture.
...which I see she already posted!