17

Jul

2001

The String Cheese Incident

Rockingham Dragway, Rockingham, NC

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07/17/01 Rockingham Dragway, Rockingham, NC

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Set One

Intro 104

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Black Clouds 635

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Lost 513

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Raceway Jam 323

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SKAT 396

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Chatter 222

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Rollin' In My Sweet Baby's Arms 391

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Foggy Mountain Breakdown 323

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Blue Bossa 947

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Tuesday Jam 396

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Shine 985

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Set Two

Intro Set 2 114

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Footprints 388

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Come As You Are 673

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JOL Jam 374

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Rhythm Of The Road 641

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Chatter 109

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Another Night 253

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'Round The Wheel 724

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The Mighty Quinn (Quinn the Eskimo) 666

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'Round The Wheel 629

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Chatter 54

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Encore

Fuel For The Road 460

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Lonesome Road Blues 553

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This Show is also part of
Show Notes
  • Save Money - order BOTH "Rockingham" shows at a discounted price!

  • This archive release comes from a pair of mid-week shows at Rockingham Dragway in Rockingham NC during the Summer Tour 2001. The two-day festival featured The Del McCoury Band, Leftover Salmon, Keller Williams, Acoustic Syndicate, and Junior Brown. The Rockingham shows have always been among my favorites from the 2001 summer tour, and we're excited to release these shows, as we KNOW you'll enjoy them!

  • Rollin' In My Sweet Baby's Arms features Del McCoury on guitar, Ronnie and Robbie McCoury on mandolin and banjo, Jason Carter on fiddle

  • Foggy Mountain Breakdown features Del McCoury on guitar, Ronnie and Robbie McCoury on mandolin and banjo, Jason Carter on fiddle, and Mike Bub on bass

  • Footprints, Fuel For The Road, Lonesome Road Blues features Keller Williams on vocals and guitar

  • First time played: The Mighty Quinn (Bob Dylan cover)

  • Thanks to Andre Markarian for the photos!
  • Reviews for this item

    naugget 12/1/2008 10:27:49 AM

    "Blue Bossa > Tuesday Jam > Shine period. that alone is worth the download. RTW > Quinn > RTW is epic also, just another 2001 gem... 5 stars*****"

    toates 1/16/2008 5:42:50 PM

    "Wasn`t at this particular show but got dialed in with these guys back in 2000. Moved to Charlotte, NC from Montana 4 plus years ago and was wondering if I was ever going to get to hear these shows. All I can say is, WOW!!!! Reminds me of all those great incidents I have attended throughout the years. I recommend these two shows, for what it is worth. Great energy, diversty and musicianship. Oh yeah, the frickin` guests!!!!! So sweet, like a tall, cold glass of iced tea served in these parts. Damn this is some Sweet Cheese. Enjoy!!!! And, SCI, miss y`all, know what I mean? Hope we meet again down the line. And sooner would be better then later. Thanks!!!! Oates "

    Good show 12/11/2007 6:46:13 PM

    "Great show! Definitely get this one. It has a lot of diversity, from the bluegrass with Dell to the jazzy latin number Blue Bossa, you really get a taste of what SCI was all about and will hopefully again be one day soon! We miss you Cheese!!!!!!!!!!!!!"

    Adam 12/2/2007 5:58:41 AM

    "I`m by no means an expert on SCI`s music...in fact, I really just started listening to them a few years back. I am a huge bluegrass fan, and that being said, this is one of the best shows I have ever head them play. For me, highlights included the opening Black Clouds (great interplay between Nershi and Kang), Rollin` and Foggy (Del and the boys really add to these bluegrass staples and these two tracks are reason enough to purchase), and the Lonesome Road Blues with Keller. Man I wish I was there, because this bluegrass is smoking! I haven`t heard day 2 yet, but I can`t see how it could top this..."