Photo via Andrew Scott Blackstein

On March 26, Dave Matthews performed at the private ski resort Yellowstone Club in Big Sky, Mont. Molly Tuttle sat in for a selection of tunes during the latter part of the single set performance, which included a cover of Neil Young’s “Cortez the Killer.” 

The show began with “Save Me,” followed by fan-favorite “Satellite.” The 18 song set continued with “So Damn Lucky,” “Stay or Leave,” and “Crush.” Next up, Matthews performed a number off 1998’s Before These Crowded Streets and continued with “Sweet” and “Old Dirt Hill (Bring That Beat Back).”

Then, he played “Grey Street,” off 2002’s Busted Stuff, and followed with “Virginia in the Rain” and “Warehouse.” As the set came to a close, Tuttle joined Matthews on stage to assist on “Grace is Gone” and a cover of Young’s “Cortez the Killer,” for their final duet, the two musicians played “Ants Marching.” 

Following a monumental solo performance and an exciting sit-in, Matthews followed with two sets of encores. The first featured “Singing from the Windows” and “What Would You Say,” then he covered Jimi Hendrix’s “All Along the Watchtower” and finished with “So Much to Say.” 

For his second encore, Matthews played three songs, beginning with “Mercy,” then “Funny the Way It Is,” and concluded the private show with a track off 1994’s Under the Table and Dreaming, “Granny.” 

Dave Matthews 

Yellowstone Club– Big Sky, Mont. 

March 26, 2022

Set: Save Me, Satellite, So Damn Lucky, Stay or Leave, Crush, Don’t Drink the Water, Sweet, Old Dirt Hill (Bring That Beat Back), Grey Street, Virginia in the Rain, Warehouse, Samurai Cop (Oh Joy Begin), Gravedigger, Dancing Nancies, You & Me, Grace Is Gone*, Cortez the Killer*, Arts Marching*

Enc. I: Singing from the Windows, What Would You Say, All Along the Watchtower, So Much to Say

Enc. II: Mercy, Funny the Way It Is, Granny 


* With Molly Tuttle 

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