Umphrey’s McGee finished off their three-night run at a show designed for the in the scene and a for to show off their rocker chops. They’d be welcoming to join along for a full set of , which was a second set full of Zepp and signature Umph shredding.

Our friend Stephen Olker Photography covered the whole weekend for us and finished off the run this gallery below.

Scroll down to see the and final set of shots from the run… —Editor

Umphrey’s McGee @ 6.23.19

Set 1: Bridgeless > Bad Friday, Anchor Drops > It Doesn’t Matter[1], Slacker, Blue > The Floor

Set 2: Immigrant Song[2], Ramble On[3], How Many More Times[2], Ten Years Gone[4], Hey, Hey What Can I Do[5], Bron-Y-Aur Stomp[5], No Quarter[2], What Is and What Should Never Be[3], Whole Lotta Love[6], Kashmir[2]

Set 3: Dump City, Preamble > Mantis[7], Front Porch[8], August > Bridgeless[9]

Encore: Conduit[4], The Song Remains the Same[2]

[1] with Back In Black (AC/DC) teases
[2] with on drums and James Dylan on vocals
[3] debut, ; with Jason Bonham on drums and James Dylan on vocals
[4] with Jason Bonham on drums
[5] with Jason Bonham on drums and Brendan on acoustic
[6] with Jason Bonham on drums, James Dylan on vocals, and on guitar
[7] with It’s About That Time (Mile Davis) jam; unfinished
[8] with Waterfalls (TLC) quotes
[9] with Immigrant Song (Led Zeppelin) teases
Notes:
In the Light intro before Immigrant Song
last Hey, Hey What Can I Do 06.28.2015 (364 shows)
last Bron-Y-Aur Stomp 04.24.2010 (930 shows)
last No Quarter 11.15.2005 (1,467 shows)


Stephen Olker is a professional photographer currently based in Austin, TX. He specializes in concert, festival, event, portrait, real estate and light painting photography. Beyond the lens, he is an avid fan of Phish, craft beer, and seeing just how weird the ATX can get. A collection of his work can be found at http://olkerphoto.com.