Umphrey’s McGee Brings Six-Song Second Set, ‘I Am The Walrus’ To Syracuse [Videos]

first_imgUmphrey’s McGee continued their summer tour domination last night, playing a scorching show at the F Shed in Syracuse, NY. With opening support from Brownout, fans were primed and ready for some serious musical power for Umphrey’s McGee. The band delivered a walloping performance, delving deep into their catalog and pulling out some serious home runs.The band opened up with a big “Walletsworth,” before bringing classic tunes “Der Bluten Kat” and “Anchor Drops” together for a jam sandwich. The “DBK” > “Anchor” > “DBK” kept the first set rolling, before jumping into 2016 favorite “Turn & Run.” “#5” came next, before the third-ever performance of the classic Squeeze song “Tempted.” Finally, “The Floor” closed out the first set in its awesome fashion.The second set saw the band get even tighter with their jamming, playing a six-song improvisational masterpiece. The set started with “The Crooked One,” stretching it out for a good 12 minutes before dropping into “Remind Me.” They stretched that song out as well, and cruised into “Miami Virtue” for another big time jam. After 13 minutes, the band segued into “The Bottom Half,” working their magic before delivering the final combination of “Uncle Wally” into “Mulche’s Odyssey.” What a set!The encore saw the band bring out “Much Obliged,” before ending the night with their second cover selection: “I Am The Walrus” by The Beatles. Goo goo g’joob.Watch some highlights from the show below, courtesy of Dancintank on YouTube: Setlist: Umphrey’s McGee at F Shed, Syracuse, NY – 8/14/16Set 1: Walletsworth, Der Bluten Kat > Anchor Drops > Der Bluten Kat, Turn and Run, #5, Tempted, The FloorSet 2: The Crooked One > Remind Me, Miami Virtue > The Bottom Half, Uncle Wally > Mulche’s OdysseyEncore: Much Obliged > I Am The Walruslast_img