2016 DMB Tour Highlights

Click on the folder link for 2016 highlights from the DMB tour!

Downloading:

simply click on the "download" tab to the right to download to your default save folder on your computer...

 

 

All songs available will be listed below. Only select songs from each show will be available for sampling. (3-4 songs tops) 

We are currently uploading full shows for downloading in lossless format (FLAC/SHN) from it's original source. If you would like a complete show in lossless audio from the 2016 tour, we can do so, by request.


05/07/16 - John Paul Jones Arena, Charlottesville, VA

  • Bismarck (First time played)
  • Bob Law (First time played)
  • Samurai Cop (First time played)
  • Sugar Will (First time Sugar Will has been played full band since 03.07.10)
  • The Last Stop (First time The Last Stop has been played since 11.20.10) (includes prelude; reprise outro)

05/11/16 - 05/11/16 - Intrust Bank Arena, Wichita, KS

  • Shotgun (First time played since 07.23.13)

05/13/16 - The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, The Woodlands, TX

  • Bismarck
  • Dreamgirl (First time Dreamgirl has been played since 07.6.13)
  • Minarets (Dave scat/Carter rap intro with Slow and Low interpolation)
  • Samurai Cop

05/14/16 - Gexa Energy Pavilion, Dallas, TX

  • Big Eyed Fish (Extended Intro)
  • Dive In (First time Dive In has been played since 05.10.12 - Dave solo. First time full band since 09.16.11)
  • Sugar Will
  • The Last Stop (includes prelude; reprise outro)

05/17/16 - Chesapeake Energy Arena - Oklahoma City, OK

  • Break Free (First time Break Free has been played since 09.17.11)

05/18/16 - Verizon Arena     North Little Rock, AR

  • The Idea of You

05/21/16 - Blossom Music Center, Cuyahoga Falls, OH

  • Minarets (Dave scat/Carter rap intro with Slow and Low interpolation)
  • Pig
  • Ants Marching (direct intro; Shake Your Body (Down to the Ground) interpolation)

06/24/16 - BB&T Pavilion, Camden, NJ

  • Plastic Girl (song debut) 
  • Fool to Think (Last played 07/09/2013)

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Here you find an extensive collection of Dave Matthews Band songs that span the history of their career.  

Dave Matthews Band have had many sounds throughout the years and have let their creative minds flow on and off the stage.  

As you explore through countless songs, you are sure to find some true gems among the bunch. We have done our best to not only highlight extremely rare recordings, but memorable performances over the past 20 years. Among them all are an incredible number of guests whom have graced the stage with DMB.  

While it is very hard to cover every version of every song, we are always open to suggestions and/or request that you may have for a particular song. You can submit any request(s) using our contact page. In addition, if you happen to find a mislabeled song, broken link, please let us know. We can not fix it, if we don't know about it.  

All downloadable songs on our website are legal, recorded only by tapers at shows, that conform to DMB management polices. No officially released material is available on dbtp.org. For all official releases check out the dmb store.


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#27 (mp3)

#27 was first played at the Dave & Tim show on July 28th, 2007. The meaning of the name was revealed when Stefan said in an interview on Sirius satellite radio that this is the twenty-seventh song from the latest batch of songs the band has been working on. It's unclear when exactly Dave started numbering his songs again, but it was certainly no earlier than the Stand Up sessions. On the 2010 Europe tour, the official setlist page began listing the song as "#27 (Arms of a Women)" after Dave introduced the song by the subtitle. The song has also been referred to as “I Hope You’ll Be By Me Then”. This song was later recorded during the “Big Whiskey” sessions and released as part of the bonus EP included in the “Big Whiskey Deluxe Box Set”.

 

(2007-07-28)  (4.6M) - First time Played. Dave & Tim

(2007-08-01)  (8.6M) - First time played full band

(2007-08-04)  (10.5M)

(2007-08-10)  (11.5M)

(2007-08-17)  (10.3M)

(2007-09-28)  (10.9M)

(2007-11-14)  (10.5M)

(2013-07-20) (8.1M)

(2013-08-31) (6.9M)

(2014-05-17) (10M)

(2014-07-23) (9.4M)

#34 (mp3)

#34 made a brief span of appearances in early 1993. It was inspired by and written for Miguel Valdez, a percussionist who sat in with the band in 1992 and who passed away in early 1993. It was finally released in 1994 on "Under the Table and Dreaming" (track #34) as an instrumental track. It is also co-written by Haines Fullerton, an early collaborator who took his own life in September 1996. The song made a surprising comeback on July 9th, 2005 after a few teases earlier in the tour. This is currently the longest comeback in DMB history, at 4491 days between performances, or a little over 12 years. It was played again with some lyrics (for the first time since 1993) on October 2nd, 2007 to celebrate Dave's wife's 34th birthday.

 

 

(1993-02-17) (13.8M) - First time Played

(1993-03-02)  (15.9M)

(1993-03-03)  (16.1M)

(1993-03-06)  (17.8M)

(1993-03-07)  (17.8M) - with Darrell Ross on percussion, Houson Ross on Bass and Tim Reynolds on guitar

(1993-03-09)  (22.3M) - dedicated to Miguel Valdez

(1993-03-10)  (18.2M) - dedicated to the memory of Miguel Valdez

(1993-03-17)  (16.5M) - Doug Wanamaker on Keyboards

(1993-03-23)  (20.9M)

(1997-02-23) (soundcheck) (dave & tim) (3M)

(2005-07-09)  (13.4M)

(2005-07-14)  (12.3M)

(2005-07-17)  (14M)

(2005-07-24)  (12.9M)

(2005-07-31)  (11.7M)

(2005-08-13)  (12.7M)

(2005-08-20)  (12M)

(2005-09-10) (12.5M)

(2007-10-02) (13M) - dedicated to Dave's wife for her 34th birthday. Includes a few lines of lyrics. "Still baby I love you more than anything I love you more than anything I love you"

(2013-06-07)  (1.2M) - (tease) Dave played the riff a couple times

(2013-06-28) (2.5M) - (partial)  dedicated to LeRoi Moore; extremely minimal Carter accompaniment

(2013-08-31) (10.2M) - first time played full band since 10/02/07

(2013-09-07) (9.1M) 

 

#36 (mp3)

(1992-06-27) (29.4M)

(1993-04-14) (13M) - first time played. Dedicated to Chris Hani

(1993-12-08) (14.6M)

(1994-02-05) (12.7M)

(1994-03-08) (10.4M)

(1994-03-10) (17.7M)

(1994-03-19) - LeRoi and Carter Intro

(1994-03-19)

(1995-01-26) (12.3M)

(1995-07-26) (13.6M)

(1995-07-31)  (14.6M) - with Patrice Pike on Vocals

(1995-08-15)  (17.8M) - Carter Intro; with Tim Reynolds on guitar; Included on live release "Live at Red Rocks 8.15.95"

(1996-05-11)  (15.9M) - with G. Love on Harmonica and Vocals

(1998-06-05)  (16.5M) - with Bela Fleck on Banjo and Big Voice Jack on Pennywhistle

(2000-09-10)  (14.4M)

#40 (mp3)

This song debuted in early 1995 as "40 Always," a calm and mellow love song about devotion. 


(2000-09-16) (partial) (1.8M) - first verse & chorus; with Carter

(2000-09-18) (partial) (dave solo) (1.6M) - first verse & chorus

(2001-06-04) (tease) (dave solo) (2.2M)

(2001-06-12) (dave solo) (2.8M)

(2001-07-25) (partial) (dave solo) (2.1M)

(2001-08-03) (tease) (dave solo) (295K)

(2001-08-10) (partial) (dave solo) (942K)

(2001-08-25) (partial) (dave solo) (1M)

(2002-04-21) (partial) (2M) - verse & chorus; with Carter

(2002-04-23) (partial) (1M) - first time played as an opener; first verse & chorus; with Carter

(2002-05-13) (tease) (dave solo) (513K)

(2002-05-15) (tease) (dave solo) (819K)

(2002-05-16) (tease) (dave solo) (888K)

(2003-08-28) (tease) (dave solo) (2.6M) - Dave plays the main riff once and most of the chorus

(2003-09-13) (tease) (dave solo) (5M) - Dave strums opening chords, stops with guitar problems, sings a line then quits

(2005-07-24) (tease) (1.2M) - one verse and one chorus; With Boyd, Carter and Stefan

(2006-06-03) (partial) (2.1M) - one verse and one chorus; With Boyd, Carter, Butch and Stefan

(2007-08-23) (tease) (dave solo) (1.2M)

(2007-09-08) (partial) (4.7M) - first verse and chorus

(2008-06-20) (tease) (dave solo) (3.3M)

(2008-06-21) (5.4M) - selected for the Warehouse 5 Vol. 10 disc

(2009-06-13) (partial) (dave solo) (5.4M)

(2009-06-17) (partial) (dave solo)  (2.6M)

(2009-06-20) (partial) (2.5M) - with Carter

(2009-07-21) (partial) (dave solo)  (2.5M)

(2009-08-04) (partial)  (2.8M) - with Carter

(2010-08-25) (tease) (dave solo) (2.3M) - one verse

#41 (mp3)

(1995-04-07) (12M) - first time played

(1995-04-18) (8.3M)

(1995-08-11) (11M)

(1995-09-01) (14M)

(1995-10-04)  (12.2M) - with Tim Reynolds

(1996-02-04) (dave & tim) (11.6M)

(1996-02-11) (dave & tim) (11.6M)

(1996-11-09) (16.8M)

(1996-12-31) with Bela Fleck and the Flecktones (17.7M) - Sojourn of Arjuna interpolation; first time the Flecktones have guested

(1997-01-14) (dave & tim) (10M)

(1997-01-22) (dave & tim) (12M)

(1997-02-17) (dave & tim) (5.7M)

(1997-06-06) with Bela Fleck (16.7M) - first time played full band within an encore; Sojourn of Arjuna

(1997-06-08) with Bela Fleck (20.5M) - Sojourn of Arjuna

(1997-06-09)  (8.2M) - direct intro; Dave Letterman show performance

(1997-06-16) with Bela Fleck & Jeff Coffin (26.7M) - Sojourn of Arjuna interpolation

(1998-05-20) with Bela Fleck (21.6M) - Sojourn of Arjuna interpolation

(1998-08-21) with Herbie Hancock and Tim Reynolds (13.4M)

(1998-11-21) with Bela Fleck and the Flecktones (38.8M) - Sojourn of Arjuna interpolation; Tim Reynolds on guitar

(1998-12-03)  (26.1M) - with Bela Fleck (banjo), Jeff Coffin (saxophone) Butch Taylor (keyboards) and Tim Reynolds (guitar).Includes Sojourn of Arjuna interpolation

(1998-12-08)  (29.6M) - Sojourn of Arjuna interpolation; selected for The Warehouse 5 disc

(1999-02-05) (dave & tim) (10.7M)

(1999-03-02) (dave & tim) (9.4M)

(1999-03-12) (dave & tim) (14.2M)

(1999-03-24) (dave solo) (6.9M)

(1999-05-25) with Bela Fleck (17.8M) - Sojourn of Arjuna interpolation; Butch Taylor on Keyboards

(1999-07-24)  (17.5M) - Woodstock 99

(2000-08-06) with Mitch Rutman (14.6M)

(2000-08-29)  (19.2M) - alternate Carter intro

(2000-09-04) with Bela Fleck (35.4M) - Futureman and Jeff Coffin; Sojourn of Arjuna; Carter & Futureman duet outro

(2000-09-15)  (35.7M) - Sojourn of Arjuna; When You Wish Upon a Star outro

(2000-09-18) with Bela Fleck and the Flecktones (24.9M) - Sojourn of Arjuna

(2001-05-15) with Soulive (30.6M)

(2001-06-24)  (24.1M) - Everyday outro

(2001-07-25) with Bela Fleck (55.7M) - Sojourn of Arjuna interpolation; Everyday outro

(2002-04-20) with Bela Fleck (35.6M) - Includes Sojourn of Arjuna and first time played as main set closer. Selected for Best of What's Around Vol. 1 Encore CD

(2002-07-12)  (25.9M) - Everyday outro

(2002-09-01)  (21.6M) - Butch Sojourn of Arjuna tease ; Everyday Outro

(2002-10-24) (dave solo) (12.2M) - Dave starts singing the first chorus again instead of the second and improvises lyrics for the rest of the song

(2003-03-28) (dave & tim) (16.8M)

(2003-09-11)  (17.9M) - Everyday outro

(2003-03-28) (17M) (dave & tim)

(2005-09-11)  (29M) - Everyday outro; selected for Weekend on the Rocks compilation set

(2005-11-30)  (17.6M) -Everyday outro

(2006-07-29) with Warren Haynes (17.9M) - Everyday outro with You Can't Rollerskate in a Buffalo Herd interpolation

(2006-08-05) with Bela Fleck (51.4M) - Sojourn of Arjuna and What You Won't Do for Love interpolations; Everyday outro

(2007-03-04) (dave & tim) (14.8M) - Everyday outro

(2007-05-27) with Tom Morello on acoustic guitar (23.6M) - Everyday outro with "You Can't Rollerskate in a Buffalo Herd" interpolation.

(2007-05-30) with Tom Morello on electric guitar (12M)

(2007-08-15) with Joe Lawlor (25M)

(2007-08-18) with Joe Lawlor (19.9M)

(2007-08-25) with Joe Lawlor on Electric Guitar (14.6M)

(2007-09-06) with John Mayer (36.6M) - Everyday outro

(2007-10-02) with John Mayer (28.1M) - "You Can't Rollerskate in a Buffalo Herd" interpolation and Everyday outro

(2007-11-13) with Eric Krasno (28.9M) - Everyday outro

(2008-06-06) with Bela Fleck (27.4M) - Sojourn of Arjuna interpolation

(2008-07-02)  (28.6M) - Jeff Coffin on Sax; Leroi is absent due to injury; Sojourn of Arjuna interpolation; crowd sings Everyday outro

(2008-07-20)  (29M) - Jeff Coffin on Sax; LeRoi is absent due to injury;"Sojourn of Arjuna" interpolation

(2008-07-30)  (27.3M) - Jeff Coffin on Sax; Leroi is absent due to injury; Sojourn of Arjuna interpolation; crowd sings Everyday outro

(2008-08-01)  (36.6M) - LeRoi did not play due to injury; Sojourn of Arjuna interpolation; crowd sings Everyday outro

(2008-08-05)  (17.9M) - LeRoi Moore did not play at this show due to injury. Jeff Coffin, who had been filling in, had commitments with the Flecktones in Philadelphia, so this is the first DMB show since 10.16.94 with no sax player at all. Rashawn Ross on Trumpet

(2008-08-07)  (30M) - Jeff Coffin on Sax; Leroi is absent due to injury; Sojourn of Arjuna interpolation; crowd sings Everyday outro

(2008-08-20)  (26.5M) - Sojourn of Arjuna interpolation; crowd sings Everyday outro

(2008-08-29)  (31.6M) - Sojourn of Arjuna interpolation; crowd sings Everyday outro

(2009-04-14)  (32.3M) - Sojourn of Arjuna interpolation

(2009-04-17)  (33.3M) - Sojourn of Arjuna interpolation

(2009-04-24)  (37.1M) - Sojourn of Arjuna interpolation

(2009-04-26)  (31.8M) - Jazz Fest; Sojourn of Arjuna interpolation

(2009-05-08)  (29.8M) - Sojourn of Arjuna interpolation

(2009-06-01)  (36.8M) - Sojourn of Arjuna and If You Want Me to Stay interpolations

(2009-06-16)  (40.2M) - Sojourn of Arjuna interpolation

(2009-06-26)  (41.7M) - Sojourn of Arjuna and theme from The Six Million Dollar Man interpolations

(2009-07-05) (34.5M) - Sojourn of Arjuna and If You Want Me to Stay interpolations

(2010-03-01)  (35.4M) - Sojourn of Arjuna, Getaway, and Fantasy interpolations

(2010-06-16)  (49M) - Sojourn of Arjuna and If You Want Me to Stay interpolations

(2010-07-10)  (45M) - If You Want Me to Stay interpolations

(2010-07-16)  (41.5M) - Sojourn of Arjuna and If You Want Me to Stay interpolations

(2010-08-20)  (38.2M) - If You Want Me to Stay interpolations

(2010-08-28)  (35.5M) - If You Want Me to Stay interpolations

(2010-11-03)  (16M)

(2011-08-20) with Warren Haynes (22.9M) - dave & tim

(2012-06-02) (16.8M)

(2013-06-16) (24.7M) - with Victor Wooten on Bass; Sojourn of Arjuna and Spain interpolations

(2014-09-06) (15M)

3 R's, The (mp3)

Dave, Tim, Mason Jennings, Paula Fuga, Go Jimmy Go, Matt Costa, and Kawika Kahiapo guested on this song with Jack Johnson on 4.19.08 and 4.20.08. "The 3 R's" originally appears on Jack Johnson's soundtrack to the 2006 animated film Curious George.

(2008-04-20) (7.8M)

Ain't it Funny How Time Slips Away (mp3)

(2001-06-22) (dave solo) (4.7M)

(2001-06-24) (dave solo) (6.4M)

(2001-07-15) (dave solo) (4.6M)

(2001-07-25) (dave solo) (6M) - (Sittin' On) The Dock of the Bay interpolation

(2001-08-01) (dave solo) (7.6M)

(2001-08-03) (dave solo) (4M)

(2001-10-21) (dave solo) (3.1M)

(2002-04-21) (dave solo) (4.8M)

(2002-07-18) (dave solo) (4.6M)

(2010-07-23) with Zac Brown (8.3M) - with Zac Brown on guitar and vocals; Lie in Our Graves interpolatio

All Along The Watchtower (mp3)

(1993-12-11) 

(1994-08-24) with Warren Haynes (6.7M)

(1994-10-05) (8.6M) - with Stairway to Heaven

(1996-10-06) (11.3M) - Dave gets hit on the guitar with a T-shirt and jokingly screams "Fuck! That! Shit!" right before starting the intro to the first chorus.

(1997-10-19) (1.2M)

(1998-06-27) (16.1M)

(1998-12-03) Watchtower Intro Only (1.9M)

(1998-12-03) (25.6M)

(2000-07-25) All Along The Watchtower with Ben Harper (12.5M)

(2004-09-05) Stefan Intro to Watchtower (8.8M) 

(2004-09-05) (16.3M)

(2005-06-07) Watchtower Intro (2.7M) - prelude featuring Stefan and Robert

(2005-06-07) (9.6M)

(2005-06-13) (9.6M)

(2005-06-26) (20.3M)

(2005-07-31) (21.3M)

(2006-09-03) All Along The Watchtower.mp3 (15M)

(2006-09-09) with Robert Randolph (13M) - Includes Stefan/Robert Randolph intro.

(2006-12-16) (dave solo) (15.2M) - with Govt' Mule and Branford Marsalis on Saxophone. Jazzy version. Available for download from Gov't Mule's muletracks.com

(2007-09-02) (10.3M) - with Robert Randolph on Steel Pedal Guitar.Direct intro

(2007-11-13) with Robert Randolph (20.6M) - Includes "Smooth Criminal" interpolation by Robert.

(2007-11-15) with Robert Randolph (25M) -with Intro

(2008-08-31) (14.9M) - Tim Reynolds on guitar; Jeff Coffin on Sax; Stairway to Heaven solo interpolation

(2009-04-17) (13.8M) - Tim Reynolds "Stairway to Heaven" interpolation

(2009-04-22) (15.9M) -"Stairway to Heaven" solo (Tim) with some lyrics (Dave)

(2009-05-02) (17M) - Stairway to Heaven interpolation (Tim and horns)

(2009-06-19) (15.7M) -Stairway to Heaven interpolation including vocals

(2009-08-29) (23.2M) - with Robert Randolph on Steel Pedal Guitar; "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly" interpolation

(2010-07-17) Stefan Intro into Watchtower (9.6M) 

(2010-07-17) (15M) 

(2010-09-04) with Ben Harper (18.4M) - includes Ben Harper prelude; The Good, the Bad and the Ugly interpolation

(2012-06-22) with Gary Clark Jr. (16.1M)

(2012-07-06) (13.3M) - with Stefan Star Spangled Banner intro

(2013-09-07) (20.3M) - with Gary Clark Jr. on guitar. Stefan and Gary intro

(2014-08-31) (7.1M)

Alligator Pie (mp3)

 

(2009-05-30) (9.6M) - First Time Played

(2009-06-01)  (9M)

(2009-06-05)  (9.4M)

(2009-08-07)  (10.2M)

(2009-09-05) with Danny Barnes (11M)

(2010-08-20)  (12.3M)

(2010-08-21)  (14.7M)

(2013-07-13) (8.5M) 

 

Also Sprach Zarathustra (mp3)

Also known as "2001" because it is featured in Stanley Kubrick's film 2001: A Space Odyssey. It evolved as an intro into the old school Ants Marching of 1992–1993. The band stopped playing it in 1993, but LeRoi and Rashawn began interpolating it into Anyone Seen the Bridge in 2008.

(1993-02-06)  (3.9M) - First Time Played

(1993-02-26)  (9M)

(1993-03-02)  (13.2M)

(1993-03-06)  (14M)

(1993-03-09)  (9.7M)

(1993-03-16)  (10M)

(1993-03-20)  (8.5M)

(1993-03-23)  (13.9M)

(1993-03-24)  (17.3M)

(1993-05-04)  (10.7M)

(1993-06-21)  (12.7M)

American Baby Intro (mp3)

(2005-07-20) (10M) - First time played

(2005-07-21) (13.8M)

(2005-07-27) (13.5M)

(2005-08-12) with Eric Krasno (17.8M)

(2005-08-19) (8.9M)

(2005-09-03) (7.5M)

(2005-09-12)  (17.7M) - Selected for "The Complete Weekend On the Rocks" official live release. (musictoday.com release only)

(2005-11-26)  (13.6M)

(2005-11-27) (9.8M)

(2005-11-29) (13.5M)

(2005-11-30) (11.5M)

(2005-12-09) (11M)

(2005-12-13) (12M)

(2005-12-15) (13.3M)

(2006-06-10) (13.8M)

(2006-07-08) (8.3M)

(2006-08-02) (11.4M)

(2007-09-15) (15.7M)

(2007-11-15) (19.1M)

(2010-08-27) (12M)

Angel (mp3)

(2001-03-19) (dave solo) (5.6M)

(2001-04-21) with Lovely Ladies (8.9M) - first time played full band

(2001-07-07) with Buddy Guy (16.8M) - extended outro; used for Labor Day Broadcast

(2001-08-03) (19.1M) - extended outro; selected for Warehouse 8 Vol. 2 disc

(2003-07-05) (9.4M)