One Set: Roulette, Get In the Van, Push the Pig, All In Time, The Triple Wide, White Man's Moccasins, YYZ*, Syncopated Strangers, "Jimmy Stewart" > #Hurt Bird Bath > Drums^ > Hurt Bird Bath, The Crooked One, Nothing Too Fancy** Encore: 2x2 Notes: * with Spirit of the Radio ending # with Dr. Feelgood tease ^ with Jake on percussion ** with In the Hall of the Mountain King there were power problems during Push the Pig
February 3, 2003 Subject:
Best part of my Bonnaroo experience
The energy at this show was incrediblely high. My friends and I went absolutely nuts hearing The Triple Wide for the first time. I'm dissapointed that they are not more highlighted in Bonnaroo reviews and were not on the Bonnaroo DVD. There was nothing but good music at Bonnaroo, but I personally felt this show was the best.
December 8, 2002 Subject:
Get this show.
If you have no idea who these guys are, then you need to get this show. I had never even heard a song of theirs, but I downloaded this show and love them. Probably going to be downloading many more of their shows from here.
Reviewer:The Other Tim
November 8, 2002 Subject:
Simply, they set the place on fire; I've never seen so many jaws hit the floor during a musical performance. This single-handedly opened so many doors for the band, at this point in their short career, THIS SHOW is the climax.
October 30, 2002 Subject:
Delivering under pressure
What a show ... performing in front of their biggest crowd (by far, about 8000) to date, they played a hell of a show. This show is also a great introduction to the band, with great versions of All in Time (best ever?), Syncopated Strangers, Hurt Bird Bath and Nothing Too Fancy. The roar of the crowd after the end of N2F is incredible, and is even better on the audience version, which should be listed on this site soon. Five stars to a four star show for delivering one of the best sets Bonnaroo saw.