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  • Live at the Fillmore: NYE Run 2013 - 12.31.13
    Item #: UYAM155
    Set 1:

    Le Blitz >
    Phil's Farm >
    Ocean Billy
    Mail Package
    Wizard Burial Ground
    Bad Friday

    Set 2:

    40's Theme
    13 Days
    Twilight Zone
    Pay the Snucka
    Utopian Fir >
    Booth Love
    No Diablo
    Sussudio

    Set 3:

    Hurt Bird Bath >
    Auld Lang Syne
    Hit It and Quit It
    Wappy Sprayberry >
    Miss Tinkle's Overture
    Bridgeless >
    Things Can Only Get Better
    Bridgeless

    Encore:

    Resolution >
    Funky Stuff

    • $24.99
  • Live at the Fillmore: NYE Run 2013 - 12.29.13
    Item #: UYAM154
    Set 1:

    Flamethrower >
    Mulche's Odyssey
    Miami Virtue >
    Plunger >
    Day Nurse
    No Comment >
    Plunger
    Nemo >
    Dear Lord >
    Nemo
    Dump City

    Set 2:

    Der Bluten Kat >
    Amble On >
    Der Bluten Kat
    Wife Soup
    Ringo

    Encore:

    1348

    • $24.99
  • Live at the Fillmore: NYE Run 2013 - 12.28.13
    Item #: UYAM153
    Set 1:

    JaJunk >
    Roulette
    Out Of Order >
    Partyin' Peeps
    Sociable Jimmy
    Crucial Taunt
    Deeper >
    JaJunk

    Set 2:

    The Triple Wide >
    2nd Self >
    The Bottom Half
    Rock the Casbah >
    Drums >
    Conduit
    Mullet (Over) >
    Much Obliged

    Encore:

    Believe the Lie

    • $24.99
  • UM Rage. Riv. Repeat. DVD
    Item #: UYAM150
    Disk 1:

    A Mild Sedative
    Plunger
    Much Obliged
    Kimble
    Morning Song
    The Floor
    Slacker
    Syncopated Strangers
    Hurt Bird Bath
    The Crooked One
    Comma Later

    Disk 2:

    The Triple Wide
    Hajimemashite/Glory
    Hangover
    Thin Air
    Red Tape
    Bad Friday
    Night Moves
    Der Bluten Kat
    Divisions
    Believe The Lie
    Cherub Rock

    • $24.99
  • STUMP: Double the Umph
    Item #: UYAM147
    Umphrey’s McGee took the stage in Chicago on 8/17 with a rocking rendition of “Le Blitz” transitioning smoothly into an extended improvisational version of “Bridgeless.” Jefferson Waful continued to amaze everyone with his face-melting light show. STS9 joined Umphrey's McGee on stage for a monumental cover of David Bowie's "Let's Dance." The crowd begged for more, and Bayliss promised their return back to Chicago very soon.

    Umphrey’s McGee played the first show in Georgia on 8/24 since their scorching New Year’s Eve run at the Tabernacle in Atlanta, and the band was more than ready to be back raging in the Peach State. UM played a huge set, including classic songs like “Miss Tinkle’s Overture” and “Puppet String.” The set also contained the southern rock tune “Women Wine and Song,” which stood out as a fan favorite and had the entire crowd singing along.
    • $24.99
  • Umphrey's McGee - DVD Discount Bundle
    Item #: UY33COMBO
    Save $5 when you buy both UM DVDs – Wrapped Around Chicago and Live from the Lake Coast - together.
    • $23.99
  • STUMP Tour: Live in Alpharetta
    Item #: UYAM143
    Umphrey’s McGee played the first show in Georgia since their scorching New Year’s Eve run at the Tabernacle in Atlanta, and the band was more than ready to be back raging in the Peach State. UM played a huge set, including classic songs like “Miss Tinkle’s Overture” and “Puppet String.” The set also contained the southern rock tune “Women Wine and Song,” which stood out as a fan favorite and had the entire crowd singing along.

    STS9 stormed the stage and took the energy to whole other level on this beautiful Saturday in Georgia. As night fell on Encore Park, lighting designer Saxton Waller filled up the venue and illuminated the audience with his stunning lighting rig. The energy was out of this world as STS9 started off on fire with “Kabuki” and “Monkey Music”. STS9 continued to rock the crowd, and were joined late in the set on-stage by UM members Jake, Stasik, and Bayliss for a classic cover of Blondie’s “Heart of Glass.” The beautiful “Breathe In” was placed perfectly in the set, and a huge encore of “This, Us” and “Golden Gate” left the fans praising the “mind-expanding musical enjoyment” that was STS9/Umphreys 2013 Summer Tour!
    • $24.99
  • STUMP Tour: Live in Chicago
    Item #: UYAM142
    Umphrey’s McGee and STS9 roared into the windy city of Chicago and embarked on Northerly Island to rage the FirstMerit Bank Pavilion in front of the hometown masses. While the sun was still setting behind the beautiful Chicago skyline, STS9 kicked off the night with a bang, going straight into “This, Us.” The powerful set featured the Liquid Horns supporting the band for several tracks delivering the brass tax. A beautiful mid-set “Circus” elevated the crowd, and later in the set David Murphy commented on the full moon shining upon the crowd before playing a gigantic “Moon Socket.”

    Umphrey’s McGee then took the stage with a rocking rendition of “Le Blitz” transitioning smoothly into an extended improvisational version of “Bridgeless.” Jefferson Waful continued to amaze everyone with his face-melting light show. STS9 joined Umphrey's McGee on stage for a monumental cover of David Bowie's "Let's Dance." The crowd begged for more, and Bayliss promised their return back to Chicago very soon.
    • $24.99
  • Umphrey's McGee:  Live at the Riverside: Halloween Weekend 2013
    Item #: UYAM141
    Get a FREE mini-print of the 2013 Halloween Poster with when you purchase this DVD (while supplies last).

    Live at the Riverside: Halloween Weekend 2013 includes three disks and over 7 hours of video from Umphrey's McGee's Halloween run in Milwaukee, WI. All three nights of music are included and priced as such that you are essentially getting one show for free. Some of the best Umphrey's video footage out there--trust us, you want all three nights!

    • $59.99
  • Live at Stubb's 4/20/13 DVD/Blu-Ray
    Item #: UYAM136
    Umphrey's rolled into Austin, Texas ready to rage at what has been their 4/20 destination spot for three years running: the famous Stubb's Waller Creek Amphitheatre. Spirits were high as fans swarmed Red River and started flowing into the venue for the highly anticipated sold out show.

    The band started the night off on fire with a stellar "Utopian Fir" sandwich. Fan favorites "In The Kitchen" and "Hurt Bird Bath" stood out as Jake Cinninger delivered with his signature guitar wizardry. Brendan Bayliss took the lead in "Loose Ends" and showcased vocal abilities that seemed to send a warm wave over the crowd. The set continued to cook as they broke into a spectacular cover of The Allman Brothers' "Jessica", allowing Joel Cummins to showcase his impressive piano skills. On top of it all, Waful lit up the night with an awe-inspiring array of colors that weaved through the leaves of the venue's oak trees. "Puppet String" closed out the first set with monumental energy and deep bass lines provided by Ryan Stasik, leaving the crowd hungry for more.

    The second set maintained the intensity as Umphrey's busted out a huge "JaJunk," followed by a shredding version of "Push The Pig". Fans were then treated to a perfect reggae mashup titled "Life During Exodus" which blended covers of Bob Marley's "Exodus" and the Talking Heads' "Life During Wartime." The encore revisited the reggae vibe with "FF" leading into the longest jam of the night during "Divisions" which showcased amazing percussion solos by Kris Myers and Andy Farag.
    • $24.99
  • Picking Up the Tab - Best of DVD/Blu-Ray
    Item #: UYAM132
    Get a FREE copy of the Live from The Pageant DVD with when you purchase this item (while supplies last).

    TourGigs is proud to present Picking Up The Tab, the very best cuts from four nights and four massive shows performed by sonic giants Umphrey's McGee.

    Eager Umphreaks packed the historic Tabernacle in Atlanta, Georgia as the band showcased their unique mastery of diverse sounds and styles. Arena-grade power rock? Check. Brendan's powerful vocals shine on performances of "Loose Ends" and the beloved classic "Hajimemashite." Sultry smooth jams? Check. Ryan Stasik's bass always brings the heat, and a highlight performance of "Comma Later" comes to life with the lush horn section that is Mad Dog's Filthy Little Secret. Joel rocked every angle on the keys, from the soulful strut of his synth on "White Pickle" to the haunting intro that opens the band's performance of “Mantis.”

    Speaking of covers, powerhouse drummer Kris Myers set the Tabernacle on fire with his no-holds-barred vocal assault on a fresh cover of Nine Inch Nails' "Wish." As always, Andy brought his elite percussion expertise into the fray. And Jake? Between his expressive acoustic work on "Water" and and his inspired shredding on "Higgins," Jake proved yet again that his technical mastery of all things guitar is peerless. Add in a visually stunning light show courtesy of Jefferson Waful and this five-and-a-half-plus-hour film is nothing short of transcendant. Captured in crystal clear High Definition and presented with immersive 5.1 surround sound, you'll feel like you're there.

    It's going to be a wild ride, so hold on tight. Rage. Rest. Repeat.
    • $29.99
  • Live from the Tabernacle 12/31/12
    Item #: UYAM131
    Umphrey's McGee capped out their four-night run in Atlanta's famous Tabernacle with an incredible three-set New Year's Eve show. In set one, Joel and Jake effortlessly nailed the piano and guitar sections of Allman Brothers classic "Jessica." "Hajimemeshite" was dedicated to a fan who flew all the way from Japan for the New Year's run, illustrating that the fans will pull out all the stops to catch a stand out performance by Umphrey's. Stasik dedicated the cover of a personal favorite, Wang Chung's hit "Dance Hall Days," to his wife Mary Welch. Mad Dog's Filthy Little Secret horn section added a rich, full sound to the band throughout the night and Waful's gyroscopic lighting illuminated the venue's famous pipe organ. Umphrey's McGee rang in the new year with "Auld Lang Syne" and invited wives and family members on stage to share this momentous occasion with friends and fans alike. The blowout show received rave reviews instantly, with fans swearing the band has never been tighter and their performances have never been better. Umphrey's McGee truly set the stage for an incredible 2013!
    • $24.99
  • Live from the Tabernacle 12/30/12
    Item #: UYAM130
    By night three of their four-night New Year's run, Umphrey's McGee had already blown the roof off Atlanta's Tabernacle Theater, leaving fans wondering how they could go any further. In the tradition of Umphrey's McGee however, they took everything up to the next level. Intense performances of "Depth Charge" and "JaJunk" had the venue pulsating. The band, the massive lighting by Waful, and the ecstatic fans were in perfect unison from shredding rock to ethereal jams, never skipping a beat. The set two opener that rolled from "Bright Lights, Big City" into "Cocaine" and back to "Bright Lights" is a one for the record books. The band was joined by saxophonist Jeff Coffin for an incredible "Night Nurse.” During the "In The Kitchen" encore, in anticipation of one more enormous night, Brendan changed the lyrics to ask the crowd if they'd “all come back tomorrow?" The roar of applause was his answer.
    • $24.99
  • Live from the Tabernacle 12/29/12
    Item #: UYAM129
    Umphrey's McGee took the stage of The Tabernacle in Atlanta, Georgia for the second night of their New Year's run and treated their fans to yet another live debut, playing "Drink My Drank" to eager fans' satisfaction. The entire first set was on fire, but the beginning of set two gives you a way to see Umphrey's like never before. Each member of the band is sporting a GoPro camera. You'll get a close up view of shredding guitar solos via Brenden and Jake's cameras. You'll get bass slapping and head-banging via Stasik's head mounted GoPro. There's a combination of spacey and beautiful keyboard licks you'll see from the "JoelPro," and you'll witness the heart of Umphrey's McGee beat through the chest-mounted cams worn by Andy and Kris as they power through "1348" and "Day Nurse." What do you say Umphreaks, are you ready to join the band on stage?
    • $24.99
  • Live from the Tabernacle 12/28/12
    Item #: UYAM128
    Umphrey's McGee headed to Atlanta for their first ever four-night New Year's celebration at the legendary Tabernacle. Fans lined up around the block and sported "Umph Love" stickers as the excitement rose to a fever pitch. The band started their New Year's run with the debut of "Auf Wiedersehen" before dropping into the UM classic "Professor Wormbog." Arms were celebrating in unison as the band dominated the venue from the organ pipes to the depths of the upper balcony. The second set opened with a gritty rendition of "Phil's Farm" containing a monstrous Jimmy Stewart, the name of the band's famous improvised performances. As a standalone, this show is incredible. The fact that this was only the first of a four-night run is something else entirely! Rage. Rest. Repeat.
    • $24.99
  • Live at Stubb's DVD/Blu-Ray
    Item #: UYAM120
    Umphrey's McGee took the stage at Austin's famed Stubb's Bar-B-Q for the first time since 2007 and filled the amphitheatre with "Partyin' Peeps" in celebration of 4/20. Fan favorites dominated the first set of the band's 4-night TX/OK run, including "The Floor" and "Booth Love" from their recently released album, Death By Stereo (September 2011) - along with a cover of ZZ Top's 1980 hit single "Cheap Sunglasses." Set two kicked off with some old-school favorites, "Prowler" and "All in Time," and continued to pick up heat with a nearly 20-minute "1348." "The Linear" > "All in Time" closed out the killer show.
    *"Abacab" not included due to denial of necessary licenses
    • $24.99
  • Live at Boulder Theater DVD/Blu-Ray
    Item #: UYAM101
    The historic Boulder Theater hosted Umphrey's for a sold-out show on September 15th. Catch all of the amazing action in crystal clear DVD or Blu-Ray formats!
    • $24.99
  • Live at Red Rocks DVD/Blu-Ray
    Item #: UYAM100
    The acoustics and the vibe of Red Rocks cannot be duplicated. Available in DVD and Blu-Ray formats, this video captures the magic as it unfolded in what was an unforgettable night!
    • $24.99
  • Death By Stereo Deluxe Edition
    Item #: UYAM91
    This Deluxe Edition Set Includes:
    • CD
    • Vinyl (Double LP featuring 3 bonus tracks on Side D)
    • Cassette Tape featuring 9 unreleased demos spanning 15 years of material
    • 11"x 11" Exclusive 3D Lenticular Hologram (Exclusive to the Deluxe Edition)
    • 2 Limited Edition Iron-On Transfers
    • Stereo Eco-Tote housing all of package contents
    • Surprise nugget
    • $69.99
  • Live from The Pageant: NYE Weekend 2011 DVD
    Item #: UYAM90DVD
    This four DVD set was recorded live at The Pageant in St. Louis as the clock expired on 2011. Three nights and seven sets of classic Umphrey’s McGee are now available for your viewing pleasure. Clocking in at almost nine and a half hours of music (gulp), these performances are raw, live and awesome. Live From The Pageant also contains unreleased bonus material from the Death By Stereo live in-studio webcast.

    Both the video and audio were captured in real time, as it happened – no remixing, editing, 5.1 mixes or other blemish-reducing measures. What you saw is what you get.

    Settle in and get after it.
    • $34.99
  • Live at Summer Camp 2011 DVD
    Item #: UYAM86DVD
    Recorded live at Summer Camp Music Festival in May of 2011, these performances are raw, live and awesome. With the debut of 5 new original songs & a cache of classics, these 2 nights are the stuff of lore. The first DVD the band has released since 2007 is stuffed full. This package contains 2 dual layer DVDS, each containing a full two set show totaling over 5 hours of music plus bonus footage.
    Both the video and the audio were captured in real time as it happened - no remixing, editing, 5.1 mixes or other blemish reducing measures. What you saw is what you get. See "Details" tab below for complete setlists.
    • $24.99
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