Verizon Wireless Music Center, Noblesville, IN
Graph of songs performed, by album
One Sweet World *
Crash into Me *
Pantala Naga Pampa * -->
Rapunzel *
Where Are You Going?
Corn Bread *
Jimi Thing *
Eh Hee *
Bartender *
Crush *
The Idea of You *
#41 *+
What Would You Say? *
The Song That Jane Likes *
Everyday *
Ants Marching *
So Damn Lucky ~
American Baby Intro *
Two Step *
* Rashawn Ross on trumpet
+ Joe Lawlor on guitar
~ Dave solo

Travis D.
The setlist speaks for itself. This is by far the best dave show I have been to out of 8 shows.

One Sweet World - Great opener. The energy was unbelievable. Just a great feel good song to open the set

Crash - Wow! Second song! Are you kidding me? This was perfect...everyone was having a great time singing to the Dixie Chicken was unbelievable

Rapunzel - At this point, i knew the setlist was gonna be unbelievable...amazing!

Where Are You Going - This was the song that got me addicted to Dave about 6 years ago. Although I dont know if I would really want to listen to it in concert anymore. But still great

Cornbread - MY NEW FAVORITE SONG! Love it....It sounds just like old school dave...has a great sound to it, was really played well....can't say enough about how good this was....and a lot of the crowd was into it as buddy who had never heard the song before was in awe after it was over

Jimi Thing - not a big fan of the 30 minute jam anymore, but was still a great song.

Eh hee - loved it off of the live at radio city new cd....i think this was the first time the band ever played it....It sounded a little dull, but i love the song so much that it didnt matter

Bartender/Crush - this amazing setlist continues

The Idea of You - Next to cornbread, my second favorite new song, played well, crowd loved it

#41 - Are you serious? when i heard the opening chords for this i was in shock...unbelievable...loved it

What would you say/Song that jane likes/ everyday/ ants marching - enough said...this really couldnt get any better

Encore: So Damn Lucky - Loved it, i was expecting some devil...but i actually like this song better AB intro - she said a thousand times.....

I thought watchtower was next, but i was wrong Two Step closer! - Awesome

Best setlist of my life!!!!! and best concert of my life!!!!
Eric H.
Can't say enough @ the dmb!

been to @ 8 shows in the last couple of years, this double header in Noblesville blew my mind!

Cornbread for all! I was as ever impressed with the solidarity and color of the new songs. Dave had alot to say, fun times for all.

Jimmy Thing was incredible, as always, at @ 15 mins. playing time.

Boyd worked the crowd for the majority of the show. Great to see Leroy minus the sunglasses! Stephan had a 1/2 solo prior to Crush.... what gives? The excellent brass compliments of Rashawn are a definate bonus feature to this years lineup, one talented individual!

Can't beat a show-stopping Ants! Traveled from northern MI to central IN to see these shows..... well worth the 8 hour trips!
First, I want to say how great it is to see the hardest working band in showbiz still rocking all summer long, and giving back to their fans by performing spectacular shows!

I've been to about 20+ of their concerts and the shock factor is still as great now as it was ten years ago!

I think we can all agree that an unpredictable set list makes for a great show - and that's what Dave and company delivered this night. I love the newer stuff too...if Cornbread is a taste of what the new studio album will be like, then we're all in for a good treat! This song has that bluegrass, rock-a-billy feel to it that is present in their first two albums. "You've never had my cornbread, a little bit of heaven and a little bit of hell, yeah."

The intensity of Eh Hee (another new song) is unbelievable as well. As I said, I hope these songs make the next studio album.

As for the rest of the set, you can tell that the band just wanted to jam with five songs (Jimi Thing, Bartender, Crush, #41, and Two Step) all rounding off to about 15 minutes in length. And of course it was nice to see them dust off 'The Song that Jane Likes' and 'So Damn Lucky!'

All in all, this was a great show with a lot of energy and I will continue to see DMB perform live for as long as they continue to do so.