Dave Matthews Band continued their summer tour with another East Coast outing on Tuesday night at the Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater in Wantagh, NY, a show that featured a few special guests that each made their onstage DMB debut.
Last night’s guests a couple of horn players, saxophonist James Casey—a member of Trey Anastasio Band (and formerly of Lettuce’s Shady Horns section along with DMB’s Rashawn Ross) who played with Matthews and TAB at a benefit at New York’s Radio City Music Hall earlier this year —and Canadian trumpeter Bria Skonberg, plus guitarist Nir Felder, a member of DMB saxophonist Jeff Coffin’s side project Band of Other Brothers.
The sit ins began in the latter half of last night’s set, when all three musicians joined Matthews and company for the DMB classic “Jimi Thing,” which led into their signature coda portion of Prince’s “Sexy M.F.” Skonberg stayed onstage for “Come On Come On,” a track off DMB’s recent album Come Tomorrow, with Casey adding his sax to the horn section for “Rhyme and Reason” and sticking around for “What Would You Say.”
See the full setlist below as it appears in our Box Scores section, along with fan-shot video of the full show courtesy of tamourinedmb. Dave Matthews Band take their tour to Holmdel, NJ, tonight.
Dave Matthews Band
Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater Wantagh, NY
JTR, Again And Again, Don’t Drink the Water, One Sweet World, Seven, Louisiana Bayou, Can’t Stop, Hunger For The Great Light, Samurai Cop (Oh Joy Begin), Pantala Naga Pampa > Rapunzel, You and Me, She, Jimi Thing*, Come On Come On^, Rhyme And Reason^^, What Would You Say^^^, Here On Out%, Funny The Way It Is, Granny, Ants Marching
Enc: Digging a Ditch, Stay (Wasting Time)
*with Bria Skonberg, James Casey and Nir Felder
^with Bria Skonberg
^^with Bria Skonberg and James Casey
^^^with James Casey