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STUMP: Double the Umph

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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. Item #: UYAM147

Le Blitz >
Bridgeless >
Plunger >
Dear Lord >
No Diablo
Tribute to the Spinal Shaft >
The Linear >


40's Theme
Let's Dance

Miss Tinkle's Overture
Puppet String >
No Comment >
Ocean Billy
Andy's Last Beer
All In Time
Utopian Fir >
Life During Exodus
Women Wine and Song >
The Linear >
Puppet String
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