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Allman Brothers Band
nTelos Wireless Pavilion

October 7, 2009

* Show times are best guesses, especially for older shows


10 – Don't Keep Me Wonderin'
20 – Statesboro Blues
30 – Hoochie Coochie Man
40 – Come On In My Kitchen
50 – No One To Run With
60 – Stormy Monday
70 – The Same Thing
80 – with James van de Bogert, drums
90 – Franklin's Tower
100 – with Oteil Burbridge, vocals; Jimmy Herring, guitar.; Sonny Ortiz, percussion; Dave Schools, bass; Todd Nance, drums; Danny Louis, B3, no Gregg
110 – Midnight Rider
120 – In Memory of Elizabeth Reed
130 – Danny Louis, B3, no Gregg
140 – Encore
150 – You Don't Love Me

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10/09/2009 beauvais

Setlist, Wednesday, October 7, 2009, nTelos Wireless Pavilion, Portsmouth, VA

Don’t Leave Me Wondering
Statesboro Blues
Hootchie Coochie Man
Come Into My Kitchen
No One To Run With
Stormy Monday
Same Thing
Franklin’s Tower
Midnight Rider
In Memory of Elizabeth Reed
You Don’t Love Me

10/08/2009 bmckinney69

Great little venue on the water, medium sized 3500-4500 crowd. Great 80′ temps to start the show then things cooled down by 10pm or so into the upper 60’s. Brothers took the stage around 7:40 and wrapped up just 9:40. Definite Panic crowd, younger and more determined to come out on a Wed night. Very solid set with extended Liz Reed and tasty Stormy Monday. Great change of pace with “No one left to run with” (a song that always deliver with some nice turn arounds for Derek and Warren in the middle, a song that goes un-touted by many fans). The lcd board, brought out for the Beacon shows, makes the show pop. Blues oriented with the brothers giving homage to the for fathers, the show had a great old school blues feel for the first 3/4 of the show. Strong stage prescence and definite “headliner” quality to show.

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