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If you said goodbye to me tonight, there would still be music left to writeadded on 10/14/2022
The band has been taking the stage about 30 minutes earlier than normal this year, and while most shows haven't quite been pushing the usual 11:00 curfew, the shows (as we track them, by total song time) have still been longer than usual eight shows into the tour. After incoming storms forced the band to leave stage early on Friday night in Chicago, they played an especially long set for the same crowd on Saturday night. Here's a look at all of the shows the band has ever played that had at least two hours and 45 minutes of total song time (to our knowledge).

Not surprisingly, 2015 is dominant on this list due to the two-set format the band used that year; 2014, the other recent year in which they played two sets, is not nearly as represented, though.

Interestingly, there are no shows from earlier than 2006 on this list. The 3.6.93 show from Washington & Lee's Kappa Delta chapter clocks in at 2:41:34, and since it's unknown whether the setlist we have is complete, it's possible that it broke the 2:45 barrier as well.

#DateSong TimeVenueCity, State
17.25.153:05:25Alpine Valley Music TheatreEast Troy, WI
27.7.123:02:45Alpine Valley Music TheatreEast Troy, WI
311.20.103:01:29John Paul Jones ArenaCharlottesville, VA
47.26.153:00:39Alpine Valley Music TheatreEast Troy, WI
59.4.162:57:33The Gorge AmphitheatreGeorge, WA
610.11.152:57:30MEO ArenaLisbon, PRT
77.4.152:56:53Saratoga Performing Arts CenterSaratoga Springs, NY
86.26.152:56:35Susquehanna Bank CenterCamden, NJ
97.5.092:54:16Piazza NapoleoneLucca, LU, ITA
109.30.082:53:35Vivo RioRio de Janeiro, RJ, BRA
115.21.142:53:12Bank of Oklahoma CenterTulsa, OK
128.9.082:52:59Alpine Valley Music TheatreEast Troy, WI
136.28.142:52:58First Niagara PavilionBurgettstown, PA
146.3.152:50:23Tuscaloosa AmphitheaterTuscaloosa, AL
157.14.102:50:00Toyota Pavilion at Montage MountainScranton, PA
168.7.212:49:46Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly IslandChicago, IL
177.1.152:49:28Xcel Energy CenterSaint Paul, MN
186.12.152:49:20Xfinity TheatreHartford, CT
197.3.152:49:04Saratoga Performing Arts CenterSaratoga Springs, NY
207.6.122:48:55Alpine Valley Music TheatreEast Troy, WI
217.15.152:48:52Hollywood Casino AmphitheatreMaryland Heights, MO
226.9.152:48:42Nikon at Jones Beach TheaterWantagh, NY
237.12.142:48:29Xfinity TheatreHartford, CT
247.9.222:47:28Saratoga Performing Arts CenterSaratoga Springs, NY
257.19.092:47:06Alpine Valley Music TheatreEast Troy, WI
267.13.122:46:59First Niagara PavilionBurgettstown, PA
279.1.122:46:56The Gorge AmphitheatreGeorge, WA
289.6.152:46:15The Gorge AmphitheatreGeorge, WA
299.18.112:45:53Randall’s Island ParkNew York, NY
306.5.152:45:43Riverbend Music CenterCincinnati, OH
319.23.062:45:23John Paul Jones ArenaCharlottesville, VA
329.12.152:45:00Irvine Meadows AmphitheatreIrvine, CA


It's been seven hours and thirteen days since you took your love awayadded on 9/21/2022
Almanac rarity

One of the most important characteristics the Almanac attempts to maintain is objectivity. Something that comes up often in discussion about Dave Matthews Band is ranking things: which songs are best, which shows are best, which tours are best, etc. Clearly, the concept of "best" is an inherently subjective one, but are there any objective ways of ranking tours? From an "on-paper" perspective, there are two variables that tend to come up when people discuss which tours are better than others: song selection and setlist variation. Quality of song selection is obviously not possible to quantify objectively, but it does seem possible to do so with setlist variation. A common observation about the band's setlist variation is that they don't vary their setlists as much as they used to. Is that true? Let's see if we can find out.

Different Songs Played
The easiest way to rank tours against one another is to look at how many different songs were played over the course of each.

Here are the rankings (with total different songs played in parentheses):
1 Summer/Fall 2021 (120)
2 Summer 2015 (116)
3 Summer 2022 (111)
4 Summer 2013 (110)
5 Summer 2014 (107)
6 Summer 2012 (99)
T-7 Summer 2018 (97)
T-7 Summer 2019 (97)
8 Summer 2010 (96)
10 Summer 2016 (88)
T-11 Summer 2008 (78)
T-11 International Summer 2009 (78)
T-13 Summer 2006 (72)
T-13 International Fall 2015 (72)
15 Summer 2007 (71)
16 Summer 2003 (68)
T-17 Spring/Summer 2001 (61)
T-17 Summer 2005 (61)
18 Spring 2002 (57)
T-20 Summer 2000 (56)
T-20 Summer 2002 (56)
T-20 Summer 2004 (56)
T-23 Fall 1998 (50)
T-23 Summer 1999 (50)
25 Summer 1998 (44)
26 Fall 1996 (42)
27 Summer 1995 (41)
28 Spring 1998 (39)
29 Fall 1994 (37)
T-30 Spring 1994 (34)
T-30 Winter 1995 (34)
T-30 Spring 1995 (34)
33 Summer 1997 (33)
34 Winter 1994 (31)

There are some problems with this way of comparing tours, namely that the band's song catalog has grown greatly in the 31 years they have been playing together, so it is not really fair to compare a 1994 tour to a 2015 tour. Another problem is that the band often plays some songs only one or two times on a tour but plays others far more often; this means that a higher number of songs does not necessarily indicate greater setlist variety.

Percentage of Catalog Played
To overcome the size-of-catalog problem, let's rank the tours by the percentage of the then-current catalog that was played on the tour. Here we are excluding defunct songs once their evolved versions debuted, and we're also excluding covers and segues.

Here are the same tours ranked by total percentage of catalog played (with total played/catalog size and percentage in parentheses):

1 Fall 1994 (34/40; 85.0%)
2 Summer 1995 (37/45; 82.2%)
3 Spring 1994 (30/37; 81.1%)
4 Winter 1995 (32/40; 80.0%)
5 Fall 1996 (38/50; 76.0%)
6 Winter 1994 (28/37; 75.7%)
7 Spring 1995 (32/43; 74.4%)
8 Fall 1998 (43/60; 71.7%)
9 Summer 2003 (61/86; 70.9%)
10 Summer 2000 (47/68; 69.1%)
11 Summer 1999 (43/63; 68.3%)
12 Summer 2013 (102/151; 67.5%)
13 Spring/Summer 2001 (54/81; 66.7%)
14 Summer 1998 (38/59; 64.4%)
15 Summer 2010 (88/138; 63.8%)
16 Summer 2015 (97/155; 62.6%)
17 Summer 2014 (94/151; 62.3%)
18 Summer 1997 (31/50; 62.0%)
19 Summer 2012 (91/150; 60.7%)
20 Summer 2006 (68/113; 60.2%)
21 Summer/Fall 2021 (101/170; 59.4%)
22 Summer 2002 (50/86; 58.1%)
T-23 Spring 2002 (48/85; 56.5%)
T-23 Summer 2004 (52/92; 56.5%)
25 Spring 1998 (33/59; 55.9%)
26 Summer 2018 (92/165; 55.8%)
27 Summer 2022 (94/171; 55.0%)
28 Summer 2008 (65/121; 53.7%)
29 Summer 2016 (83/159; 52.2%)
T-30 Summer 2007 (62/119; 52.1%)
T-30 Summer 2019 (86/165; 52.1%)
32 Summer 2005 (55/106; 51.9%)
33 International Summer 2009 (64/136; 47.1%)
34 International Fall 2015 (68/155; 43.9%)

Looking at the tours this way makes it slightly more apples-to-apples when comparing an early tour to a more recent one, but it still doesn't account for the band's tendency to play certain songs far more often than others, thus causing the number-of-songs-played figure to be a bit misleading. Furthermore, it creates a new problem: the band played about 85% of its catalog on the Fall 1994 tour, which required them to play 41 different songs; by comparison, they would have had to have played 145 different songs in 2021 in order to play the same percentage of their catalog. Finally, it's a bit subjective to determine which songs should count as being "in the catalog" at the time: do songs from Some Devil count, even if they've never been played at a DMB show? Does Captain count from 1996 onward, or only from 2000, 2001, or 2002? Which, if any, cover songs count? It's certainly a judgment call.

Average Rarity
Since adjusting for one skewed variable creates another skewed variable, and vice-versa, let's take a different approach. Our website assigns each show a rarity index number, which represents how often the average song in that show's setlist was played on the tour. For example, if a show has a 2.000 rarity, that means that the average song in that show's setlist was played once every two shows on that tour. Averaging all of the rarity index numbers for a given tour provides a rarity value for the entire tour.

Here's what the rankings look like this way (with average rarity in parentheses):
1 Summer 2022 (3.419)
2 Summer/Fall 2021 (3.399)
3 Summer 2013 (3.341)
4 Summer 2015 (3.198)
5 Summer 2012 (3.048)
6 Summer 2014 (2.978)
7 Summer 2019 (2.956)
8 Summer 2016 (2.783)
9 Summer 2018 (2.731)
10 Summer 2003 (2.665)
11 Summer 2010 (2.634)
12 Summer 2006 (2.581)
13 Summer 2008 (2.452)
14 International Fall 2015 (2.253)
15 Summer 2007 (2.234)
16 Summer 2002 (2.213)
17 Summer 2005 (2.204)
18 Summer 2000 (2.190)
19 Summer 1999 (2.147)
20 Spring 2002 (2.101)
21 International Summer 2009 (2.066)
22 Spring/Summer 2001 (2.047)
23 Summer 2004 (1.943)
24 Fall 1998 (1.805)
25 Spring 1994 (1.764)
26 Fall 1994 (1.759)
27 Winter 1995 (1.746)
28 Summer 1998 (1.657)
29 Spring 1995 (1.623)
30 Summer 1995 (1.540)
31 Winter 1994 (1.527)
32 Spring 1998 (1.476)
33 Fall 1996 (1.470)
34 Summer 1997 (1.321)

While the previous two ways of looking at this are flawed-yet-acceptable proxies for setlist variety, this method is a true measurement. The average song on the Summer 1997 tour was played once every 1.321 shows, while the average song on the Summer/Fall 2021 tour was played once every 3.399 shows.

Conclusion
So what's the takeaway here? Are the band's recent setlists as varied as they were in the early days? No, they are in fact much more varied! But these statistics aren't what truly matter for most people—what matters are the actual performance and quality of the songs themselves, and those are impossible to quantify. It's likely that people who complain about a lack of setlist variety are actually referring to their own subjective perspective on setlist quality.

Stray Observations
Please note that the data above feature only tours with 20 or more shows whose setlists are known. Short tours over- or under-inflate certain statistics, so we have chosen to ignore those tours. Additionally, some of the data above has been adjusted to account for unknown setlists.

We often see people misinterpreting our site's rarity index numbers and rankings as a quantitative assessment of how good a show was. Just because a show has the highest rarity index number for its tour does not necessarily mean it was the best show of the tour. That's for you to decide. It just means that the songs at that show weren't played as often as the songs at other shows.

The most recent major tour whose average rarity index value is less than 2 is Summer 2004 (1.943), when Crazy Easy, Hello Again, Joyride, and Sugar Will were all played at nearly every show. Summer 1997 has one of the lowest average rarity index values of all time (1.321), due mostly to nearly every encore being identical. Many people consider these two tours among the best the band has done, which is good evidence that rarity (and, by extension, variety) isn't everything.

The single rarest show of all time (again, from tours with 20+ known setlists) is 9.1.13, with a rarity index of 5.025. Remember, though, that a show's rarity index number is only good for comparing a show to others from the same tour. We made a big deal about the rarity index value for 9.8.02 back when that show became the rarest of all time; its score is a meager 3.825!
Liberation List -- NEW LIBERATION --added on 9/4/2022

Here is the updated liberation list, including the most recent liberation.

#SongMissing SinceDays SinceShows SinceNotes
1People People1.26.93108132238teased by Stefan in 2012; never fully played without Peter
2Spotlight10.22.93105442096teased once in 1994 and once in 1997
3Get in Line12.31.94101091857reportedly soundchecked in 1999
4Let You Down6.20.9792071546played by Dave & Tim in 1997; teased by Stefan in 2003 & 2013; played by Dave solo in 2015
5For the Beauty of Wynona9.10.0080291304played by Dave solo in 2002 and by Dave & Tim in 2003
6Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard5.5.0177921272played by Dave & Paul Simon in 2014
7Mother Father8.26.0176791223
8Angel from Montgomery8.26.0176791223played occasionally by Dave & Tim, Dave solo, and Dave with guests; never played by DMB without Boyd
9Angel7.5.0370011114
10Exodus10.2.075451819
11#406.21.085188801teased and partially played occasionally; played by Dave solo on 7.4.15
12Dream So Real, A6.21.085188801
13Money (That's What I Want)7.26.085153785
14Hey Hey, My My (Into the Black)8.30.085118766sister song played by Dave solo on 1.21.14
15Money9.6.085111763
16Blue Water4.25.094880749played occasionally by Dave & Tim; teased or partially played occasinally by full band (most recently in 2014)
17Melissa9.29.094723672played by Dave & Tim in 2017
18Road6.18.104461634never played without Danny Barnes
19Some Devil7.21.104428617played regularly by Dave solo
20Baby Blue8.27.104391603played by Dave & Tim in 2010 and 2011 and by Dave solo in 2011 and 2012
21Busted Stuff9.3.104384600
 Break for It9.5.104266601-=LIBERATED on 5.11.22=-
22American Baby Intro9.18.114004559lyrics interpolated in Lying in the Hands of God outro since 2018
23Blackjack6.2.123746549
24Little Thing7.13.123705527played by Dave solo on 11.7.15 and regularly by Dave & Tim
25Everybody Wake Up (Our Finest Hour Arrives)5.17.133397493
26True Reflections6.15.133368480played regularly by Boyd with Crystal Garden in 2017; never played without Boyd
27Good Times Bad Times6.29.133354473played by Secret Stash on 8.26.17
 Eh Hee7.3.133348514-=LIBERATED on 9.2.22=-
28Kit Kat Jam7.26.133327459
29Crazy Easy8.30.133292454
30Gaucho9.1.133290452
31(Don't Fear) The Reaper9.8.133283448
32American Baby5.30.143019429played by Dave solo on 8.30.20
33Take Me to Tomorrow7.16.142972408played by Dave & Tim in 2015 and by Dave solo in 2014, 2015, 2017, and 2021
34Good Good Time8.29.142928397played by Dave solo regularly in 2015 and twice in 2017
35Slip Slidin' Away8.31.142926395
 Sugar Man9.6.142845416-=LIBERATED on 6.21.22=-
36Long Black Veil7.8.152615365played by Dave solo in 2015 and by Dave & Tim in 2017
37I Did It7.21.152602358
38Snow Outside9.5.152556347played by Dave & Tim on 7.6.16 and twice partially in 2017
39Down by the River9.9.152552345
40Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin)9.11.152550344frequently interpolated, played on 9.3.21 without Carter and Stefan
 Pay for What You Get8.1.152534384-=LIBERATED on 7.9.22=-
41Loving Wings10.17.152514337played occasionally by Dave & Tim and Dave solo
42Still Water10.27.152504331
 Dreaming Tree, The8.29.152449354-=LIBERATED on 5.13.22=-
43Out of My Hands6.28.162259297played occasionally by Dave & Tim
44Death on the High Seas7.29.162228281played occasionally by Dave & Tim
45Bismarck8.30.162196276played by Dave & Tim in 2017, 2018, and 2022
46Oh9.2.162193275played regularly by Dave & Tim and Dave solo
 Shotgun5.11.162191321-=LIBERATED on 5.11.22=-
 Cry Freedom9.3.162178315-=LIBERATED on 8.21.22=-
47Alligator Pie2.3.181674271played by Dave solo in 2019 and by Dave & Tim in 2020
48Runnin' Down a Dream2.3.181674271
49Black and Blue Bird6.23.181534251
50Virginia in the Rain7.1.181526247played occasionally by Dave & Tim and Dave solo
51Hunger for the Great Light7.27.181500233
 #349.7.181458268-=LIBERATED on 9.4.22=-
 Steady As We Go7.14.181449270-=LIBERATED on 7.2.22=-
52Sleep to Dream Her11.29.181375218
53Belly Belly Nice12.7.181367213
54Kill the King12.8.181366212
 Time Bomb8.24.181365238-=LIBERATED on 5.20.22=-
55Sweet Emotion12.14.181360209
56Burning Down the House12.15.181359208
 Old Dirt Hill (Bring That Beat Back)9.8.181347228-=LIBERATED on 5.17.22=-
57Mercy3.6.191278206played once by Dave and Tim in 2019 and several times by Dave solo
 Come On Come On12.7.181275227-=LIBERATED on 6.4.22=-
58Help Myself3.10.191274204
59Dreamgirl3.19.191265199
 Break Free11.27.181261222-=LIBERATED on 5.11.22=-
60Save Me4.1.191252191played on 9.3.21 without Carter or Stefan
61Stand Up (for It)6.21.191171174
62If I Had It All6.28.191164172
 Joyride7.27.191134199-=LIBERATED on 9.3.22=-
 Fool to Think6.29.191112206-=LIBERATED on 7.15.22=-
63Spoon8.24.191107153
64Smooth Rider8.27.191104152
65Cortez the Killer8.31.191100150
 Drunken Soldier9.7.191091189-=LIBERATED on 9.2.22=-
66Fly Like an Eagle10.20.191050134
 Idea of You7.26.191022160-=LIBERATED on 5.13.22=-

There are 196 total qualifying songs, 113 of which are not currently on the list. Additional qualifying songs are #27, #34, #41, Again and Again, All Along the Watchtower, Ants Marching, Bartender, Beach Ball, Best of What's Around, The, Big Eyed Fish, Break for It, Break Free, Can't Stop, Captain, Come On Come On, Come Tomorrow, Corn Bread, Cortez the Killer, Crash into Me, Crush, Cry Freedom, Dancing Nancies, Digging a Ditch, Do You Remember, Don't Drink the Water, Dreaming Tree, The, Drunken Soldier, Drunken Soldier, Eh Hee, Everyday, Fly Like an Eagle, Fool in the Rain, Fool to Think, Fool to Think, Funny the Way It Is, Grace Is Gone, Granny, Gravedigger, Halloween, Idea of You, Idea of You, If I Had It All, I'll Back You Up, Jimi Thing, Joyride, Joyride, JTR, Kill the Preacher, Last Stop, The, Lie in Our Graves, Louisiana Bayou, Lover Lay Down, Lying in the Hands of God, Madman's Eyes, Maker, The, Minarets, Ocean and the Butterfly, The, Old Dirt Hill (Bring That Beat Back), One Sweet World, One Sweet World, Pantala Naga Pampa, Pay for What You Get, Pig, Proudest Monkey, Raven, Recently, Rhyme & Reason, Riff, The, Rooftop, Samurai Cop (Oh Joy Begin), Satellite, Say Goodbye, Seek Up, Seven, Shake Me Like a Monkey, She, She, Shotgun, Sister, Sledgehammer, Smooth Rider, So Much to Say, So Right, Song That Jane Likes, The, Space Between, The, Spoon, Squirm, Stand Up (for It), Stay (Wasting Time), Stay or Leave, Steady As We Go, Stolen Away on 55th & 3rd, Stone, The, Sugar Man, Sugar Will, Sweet Up and Down, That Girl Is You, Time Bomb, Time of the Season, Too Much, Tripping Billies, Two Step, Walk Around the Moon, Warehouse, Water into Wine, What Would You Say, What You Are, Where Are You Going, Why I Am, Write a Song, You & Me, You Might Die Trying, You Never Know

Oh, dear Dad, can you see me now?added on 11/12/2021
This site has long had a way of seeing which shows and songs have been officially released via the little spinning CD icon; however, if you wanted to know what specific performances were included on a given compilation such as DMB Live 25, you were in for a scavenger hunt. While the DMB community has had several discography websites over the years, none of them have remained active, and we saw a great opportunity to adapt our established setlist format for releases' tracklists. We created the foundation for this discography several years ago, but it lay dormant until about a month ago. We are very excited that it is now live!

On the main discography page, releases are organized into various categories and are listed chronologically within each. When you click on a release, you will currently see the title, release date, tracklist, release notes, and cover art. The times listed on this page are track times, not song times, and when a single track contains multiple songs (indicated by the lack of a track number), we have split out the track time accordingly. If a release has any live performances, the performance date is listed in yellow in the Notes column, and if the song was played in the opener, closer, or encore slot, its track number will be highlighted in teal, blue, or red, just like on show pages. Clicking a song title will take you to that song's list of live releases, and clicking on a song's performance date will take you to that show's page.

We have also updated show pages to remove "selected for release on..." notes from individual songs. Instead, the spinning CD icon itself will continue to indicate that a specific performance has been officially released, and clicking on that icon will display the release's title, which you can click to go to the release's page.

The discography is very much still a work in progress, and we have several enhancements planned for the future. We will continue uploading cover art for releases, and we plan to have full liner notes available (i.e., not just the covers). Currently, there is only one entry per release, and when there are different versions of an album, we are including all of the tracks on this overall release view; however, we intend to integrate different release versions (e.g., vinyl, deluxe, European) in the future as well.

While we have included all of the band's major releases as well as many compilations that have featured their songs, we are certain that we do not have a 100% complete catalog. If you have anything in your collection that isn't currently on our site, or if you can help fill in some missing information about a release (e.g., track time, performance date), please send us as much information about it as possible using the Submit link at the top of the site. We have decided not to include the various "radio specials" that have been syndicated over the years as they are not truly "releases." Nearly everything else is fair game, though, so please let us know if we're missing anything!
This is not the greatest song in the worldadded on 8/24/2021
With today’s passing of Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts and DMB’s subsequent performance of (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction, we have updated our list of tribute covers the band (or Dave solo) has played when beloved musicians have died:

DateCover SongTribute to...
8.11.95Eyes of the WorldJerry Garcia (8.1.42–8.9.95)
9.13.03Ring of FireJohnny Cash (2.26.32–9.12.03)
8.7.04Super FreakRick James (2.1.48–8.6.04)
6.26.09I'll Be ThereMichael Jackson (8.29.58–6.25.09)
6.13.12Brass MonkeyMCA (8.5.64–5.4.12)
5.7.16Sexy M.F.Prince (6.7.58–4.21.16)
5.31.17MelissaGregg Allman (12.8.47–5.27.17)
10.2.17Runnin' Down a DreamTom Petty (10.20.50–10.2.17)
7.5.19Right Place, Wrong TimeDr. John (11.20.41–6.6.19)
4.9.20Speed of the Sound of LonelinessJohn Prine (10.10.46–4.7.20)
8.24.21(I Can’t Get No) SatisfactionCharlie Watts (6.2.41–8.24.21)
Current Tour
Fall 2022  (Song Chart)
# Shows = 11
# Song Performances = 212
Average # Songs per Show = 19.27
# Different Songs Played = 75
Most Played Songs:
Madman's Eyes(10)
Why I Am(8)
Ants Marching(7)
Don't Drink the Water(6)
Rapunzel(6)
When the World Ends(6)
Fool in the Rain(6)
Louisiana Bayou(6)
Come Tomorrow(6)
Jimi Thing(5)
Least Played Songs:
The Song That Jane Likes(1)
Pay for What You Get(1)
Drive In Drive Out(1)
Say Goodbye(1)
Pig(1)
Stay (Wasting Time)(1)
Where Are You Going(1)
All Along the Watchtower(1)
You Never Know(1)
Some Devil(1)
Top Openers:
When the World Ends(3)
One Sweet World(2)
Granny(2)
Rapunzel(1)
So Right(1)
That Girl Is You(1)
Madman's Eyes(1)
Top Closers:
Ants Marching(5)
Louisiana Bayou(3)
Why I Am(2)
Two Step(1)
Top Encores:
Two Step(3)
Don't Drink the Water(3)
Ants Marching(2)
Grey Street(2)
Rye Whiskey(2)
Singing from the Windows(2)
Warehouse(1)
Pay for What You Get(1)
Some Devil(1)
Sister(1)
Teases:
Water into Wine(1)
Longest Performances:
11.09– Seek Up (19:13)
11.04– Seek Up (19:09)
11.12– Crush (16:38)
11.18– Crush (16:37)
11.04– Crush (16:10)
All statistical information and computations copyright ©2002, Matias Nino and Rob Bokon. No portion of dmbalmanac.com may be reproduced without permission. Portions of the site, specifically lyrics and songtitles are copyright Colden Grey, Ltd., Bama Rags Records, Red Light Management, RCA and/or BMG. Show posters are copyright their respective artists.

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