Trey @ Ryman Auditorium, Nashville

2.19.10 (M.Stein)

I: Shine, Push On Til The Day, Cayman Review, Valentine, Night Speaks to a Women,  Last Tube, Let Me Lie, Drifting, Birdwatcher, Money, Love, and Change, Backwards Down the Number Line*, Wilson*, Blue and Lonesome*^, Beauty of my Dreams*^, Rocky Mountain Shuffle#

II: Gotta Jibboo, Sand, Tuesday, Goodbye Head > Mr. Completely, Sultans of Swing, Black Dog

E: Show of Life, First Tube

* Trey solo acoustic
^ with Del McCoury
# with Full Tab and Del McCoury Band


2.25.10 Ryman Aud. Nashville, TN < Torrent

2.25.10 Ryman Aud. Nashville, TN < Megaupload

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15 Responses to “Trey @ Ryman Auditorium, Nashville”

  1. Chuck D Says:

    i will not stare at the wrong board for an hour this time wondering why nobody is posting.

  2. Chuck D Says:

    I would have liked to see some more tunes with Del personally.

  3. Chuck D Says:

    I see how it is. I’m out.

  4. Kurt W Says:

    I wouldve liked it more too if del mccoury were out there longer, but thats still 3 more songs than i thought we were going to get w/ them at the ryman. awesome, i was blown away by how cool that was. Had a blast from the front row balcony, big red and ray were bad ass as well as the horns, always a treat, highlight was probably mr completely besides the first set pickin

  5. voopa Says:

    So, nobody’s anywhere?

    Someone’s attempting to stream tonight’s moe. show here:
    …but the show’s not scheduled to start until 3 hours from now. Stay tuned…

  6. Lycanthropist Says:

    yeh damn nobody is out there.

  7. voopa Says:

    “Think of Oscar Wilde. Once they’re not dangerous anymore, it’s okay to discuss them in serious ways.”

  8. voopa Says:

    whoops, my link got eated.

  9. KWL Says:

    llama was played on the house PA during the 1st period of the US-Finland hockey game.


  10. Unjoymslf7 Says:

    I was also in the front row balcony, rocking it. Highlight was definitely Mr. Completely. The crowd was completely in sync with the band at the end of the second set. I was somewhat disappointed with the low turnout. Completely pumped to see Nashville represented with Del & his boys, even though I doubt it will hold up on the tapes. Del botched some lyrics and I don’t feel Trey is much of a bluegrass “picker”. He did his best and to see him grinning from ear to ear with a legend at the Ryman was certainly special. He was having fun up there for sure. Deep grooves were best felt on Sand. Trey letting the tight rhythm section of Russ & Tony just settle in, sitting out for several measures before stepping in to add to the groove that Ray + rhythm section set up. The jams were surprisingly interesting. Please turn up Ray in the mix–he’s so tough to hear!

    Bottom line: I had a blast and am glad I made the short drive from the Cumberland Plateau.

  11. Mr. Completely Says:

    that was a great link there voopa!

  12. butter Says:

    very interesting article

    kind of a surprising bonus: learning how to run business’s proplerly out of this whole mess

  13. voopa Says:

    *spins finger, etc*

    woohoo, and all that

  14. Pfresh Says:

    anyone have the MPLS show?

    will give ZJ’s…

  15. Tba Says:

    Better Late than ever. This show was so fun, so amazing. Del was good, but it was pretty loose for that part, which is fine. There were moments in the 2nd set so tight, so enraptured with the phunk, it was incredible. To see trey happy, healthy, playing so well, and just killing it. Just wonderful. So now I’m actually considering going back to the Ryman as WSP is playing three nights in October. Surprisingly the wife is maybe game for it. Also she actually has an open mind to Phish Halloween. Pigs are flying baby. Yes children, ohh if she wants to go to both, I’m in heaven.

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