Umphrey’s McGee brought their fall tour to The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, NY, on Sunday night, offering a two-set show of live staples and cuts from their two 2018 albums, it’s not us and it’s you, along with a first-set collaboration with members of supporting act Southern Avenue.
After the night kicked off with an opening set from the soul-infused, Memphis-based Southern Avenue, Umphrey’s came out with a first set that opened with “The Floor” and featured band favorites like “Mulche’s Odyssey,” “Bridgeless” and “Hajimemashite.” To close out the first frame, the group welcomed out Southern Avenue vocalist Tierinii Jackson and guitarist Ori Naftaly to help out on a cover of The Beatles classic “Come Together,” which UM hadn’t played since March 2007.
The band opted for a guest-less second set, though they packed in more staples like “The Triple Wide,” “Plunger” and closer “Ocean Billy,” plus covers of iconic ’80s tune “I Ran” by Flock of Seagulls and ZZ Top’s “La Grange,” the latter of which hadn’t been played by UM since April 2013.
See the full setlist below as it appears in our Box Scores section, along with full-show video from UM’s free live webcast of the show. The band continues their fall tour later this week with some Midwest shows, starting October 18 in Urbana, IL.
The Capitol Theatre, Port Chester, NY
Set I: The Floor, Draconian > Mulche’s Odyssey, The Pequod, You and You Alone, Bridgeless > Hajimemashite, Come Together*
Set II: The Triple Wide > Seasons, Plunger, What We Could Get, I Ran, Resolution > La Grange^ > Ocean Billy
Enc: Kula > Bridgeless
*with Tierinii Jackson on vocals and Ori Naftaly on guitar, last time played 3/15/07
^Last time played 4/13/13