22

Oct

2005

The String Cheese Incident

Theatre, Atlanta, GA

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10/22/05 Theatre, Atlanta, GA

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Set One

Intro Set 1 99

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Just One Story 375

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Eye Know Why 459

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Pirates 623

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Doin' My Time 277

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Rhythm Of The Road 599

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Rollover 1245

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Louisiana 1927 520

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Jockamo (Iko Iko) 375

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Set Two

Up Against The Wall, Redneck Mother 251

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Ooh Las Vegas 311

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It Is What It Is 670

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¡Bam! 618

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Black Clouds 979

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Good Times Around The Bend 217

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Valley Of The Jig 779

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Ring Of Fire 350

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On Fire 357

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'Round The Wheel 446

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Drums 374

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'Round The Wheel 254

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Set Three

Lonesome Fiddle Blues 295

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Stay Through 385

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I Saw the Light 176

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Redemption Song 298

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Elvis' Wild Ride 366

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I Know You Rider 318

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Encore

Chatter 155

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Will It Go 'Round In Circles 343

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San José 558

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Show Notes
  • Redneck Mother & Ooh Las Vegas features Billy (solo)

  • Louisiana 1927, Jockamo (Iko Iko), Will It Go 'Round In Circles feature Bill Summers on percussion and Davell Crawford on keyboards & vocals

  • Acoustic unplugged encore in theatre lobby included: Lonesome Fiddle Blues, Stay Thru, I Saw The Light, Redemption Song, Elvis' Wild Ride, I Know You Rider

  • Thanks to John Hart for the recording of the unplugged encore!
  • Reviews for this item

    Fernie 5/20/2009 8:33:48 AM

    "Best Valley of the Jig of ALL time!!!"

    finleyj 3/8/2007 12:00:16 AM

    "i was listening to this show a couple days ago and heard 2 teases or segues that are not mentioned in the setlist. at the latter half of pirates, it seems to segue back into the eye know why chorus. The second thing i noticed is the santana Jingo during the drums with bill summers in the middle of RTW. Overall, even this long after, this was a smoking show with very very special guests and great energy all around"

    Get High on SCI 12/7/2006 8:44:20 PM

    "Second time seeing cheese at the FOX. Blew my mind, then the acoustic set as a dashed in with my friends after the show was amazing. Cheese brought the vibe back and turned up the heat and showed ATL. what good music can be found!!"

    Noah 4/23/2006 8:52:23 AM

    "BS"D I have seen the cheese time and again, but must say this night was nothing short of magical. I had begged for pirates for years to be played in atlanta and after a few years of a break of playing the song in general, when they broke it out, i cant say enough for how amazing it was. I gotta hand it to the boys, they were in the groove! Definately recommend this show! sincerely, the "rabbi" kang danced with during drums, Noach"

    Wes 1/11/2006 12:57:16 PM

    "Ive gotta say this was one of the sickest shows ive ever seen period. as if standing 4 feet from the guys while they grooved acoustic at the end of the show wasnt intense as hell I also got to talk to kang and jason afterwardswhen i got to actually thank them for what theyd done. took a couple pictures kang signed my girlfriends, friends stomach, and after all that i frogot that i always tould myself that if i ever met that band id ask them could they please play jellyfish here at the fox! But hell theyll be back and maybe one day ill meet them again, hell maybe theyll come jam with me one day, who knows. This show was a great insipration towards my life. With birdland the night before, a killer texas, and then a sick ass BAM! the second night with the clavinet rippn. I would definatly reccomend this show. Even the damn ushers who probably had never even seen anything like this band were mad groovin out. Talk about a shakedown in Atlanta "