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Last night, aside from the Beasties

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Posted by admin On March - 8 - 2008

Zack and I headed back to our tent to grab some dinner, but could hear the entire 311 set from there. It sounded good, and they played all the old-school fan favorites: “All Mixed Up,” “Down,” “Amber.” We headed back in to check out some of the Roots. I was in the photo pit for the first few songs, and got a chance to snap some good pictures. We decided it was time to go get a good spot for the Beasties after hearing covers of Sly & the Family Stone’s “Everybody is a Star” and Dylan’s “Masters of War.”

Zack already covered the Beasties, so I’m going to skip ahead to Umphrey’s McGee’s late night set. The entire show was a 2.5 hour JaJunk sandwich.
Despite being almost totally rocked out, Zack and I endured the heavy hitting, yet jammed out set. Some of the new songs were spread throughout,

with “Wappy Sprayberry,” “The Floor” and “Rocker pt. 2.”

Personal favorites were “All in Time” and a rocking “40s Theme” that included a shout out to the people that traveled from the MidWest, and Brendan Bayliss pointing at my Cubs shirt in the photo pit. Much of the crowd stuck with Umph until the wee hours of the morning, and it was well worth it, with an encore of “In the Kitchen” and the band finishing “Bridgeless” from earlier in the set.

Pictures by Andy: From Top: ?uestlove from The Roots, Jake Cinninger and Brendan Bayliss of Umhrey’s McGee.

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