Umphrey’s McGee Covers Mark Ronson In Scorchin’ Asheville Opener

first_imgThe full setlist can be seen below, thanks to All Things Umphrey’s! Umphrey’s McGee wraps up their two-night Asheville, NC run tonight with the second performance.Setlist: Umphrey’s McGee at Arena, Asheville, NC – 2/19/16Set 1: There’s No Crying In Mexico > Out Of Order, Walletsworth, Tribute to the Spinal Shaft > Deeper > Padgett’s Profile, The Linear > Andy’s Last Beer, The Triple WideSet 2: Wizard Burial Ground > Gulf Stream > Wizard Burial Ground, Speak Up, Daffodils, Intentions Clear -> Kula, Wappy Sprayberry > The FloorEncore: DivisionsCheck out Phierce Photo’s full gallery below: Load remaining images Umphrey’s McGee kicked off a two-night stand in Asheville, NC last night, February 19th, reaching the end of their winter tour schedule. While the band will be back less than a month later for some springtime dates, the finality of this run has only increased the jam band’s potential for sonic perfection. Last night’s show was the latest in a series of energetic performances, and, much to the fans’ delight, UM mainly within their own original catalog for a monumental performance.With songs like “There’s No Crying In Mexico” to open the performance, the 250th ever “Tribute To The Spinal Shaft,” and “Wappy Sprayberry > The Floor” to close out set two, this was certainly a show for the ages. Of course, the fun cover of Mark Ronson’s “Daffodils” was a nice treat in the second set as well, played for only the second time in UM history! Check out photos from the event, courtesy of Phierce Photography:last_img

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