Umphrey’s McGee wrapped up their three-night run in New York City at the Brooklyn Bowl following two nights at the Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, NY.

The highlight from the show came at the end of the first set and again later on as the band busted out “Pooh Doggie,” a rarity that originated in 2002 as a vocal jam, eventually turning into a full-fledged song as soon as the following night. The tune, which was played as a request for an audience member’s 400th show, hasn’t appeared in a show since November 10, 2006.

After a jam-heavy second set that included lengthy takes on “Nothing Too Fancy,” “#5” and “No Comment,” the band brought it back around to “Pooh Doggie” for a reprise before Zeppelin’s “The Song Remains the Same” closed out the set.

Here’s a look at the setlist:

Umphrey’s McGee
Brooklyn Bowl, Brooklyn, NY

Set I: Conduit, Mad Love > The Fussy Dutchman, Morning Song, Hurt Bird Bath, Deeper > Pooh Doggie*

Set II: Nothing Too Fancy > August, Mail Package, #5 > Nothing Too Fancy, No Comment > Pooh Doggie, The Song Remains the Same

Enc: Slacker

*Last time played 11/10/06