We're putting Umphrey's Visual Setlists and on temporary hold until we can process the awesome amount of new and refined data contained at allthings.umphreys.com, but we'll but we'll continue to post setlists here for convenience until we get it straightened out.
 debut, original; with vocals
 debut, original
 debut, Metallica
 with Imperial March (John Williams) teases
 debut, Pearl Jam
 Brendan and Jake on acoustics
 Brendan on mandolin and Jake on acoustic
 with Xxplosive (Dr. Dre) tease
 with In the Kitchen teases
 debut, Jackson BrowneNotes:
first quarter was Raw Stewage, comprised of attendees' votes for past "Jimmy Stewarts": FDR 2003-04-23 > Der Bluten Kat 2005-10-19 > Utopian Fir 2006-06-09 > Making Flippy Floppy 2005-10-12 > Ringo 2011-11-05 > Puppet String 2012-09-14 > All In Time 2012-09-14 > Water 2008-11-18
second quarter was comprised of attendees' votes, "All Request"
third quarter was a Stew Art event: Baby Making Music [with Jake lyrics, a la Michael McDonald] > Jazz/Metal Fusion > Sinister Evil Untz > Simply Ambient Bliss > Mogatize Us [with Jake on keys] > Gin and Juice [Snoop Dogg] > Beach Boogie > Bass n Drum + Joel > Warrior Marching Into Battle > Hillbilly Hoedown > Tribal Drum Jam [with Brendan, Jake, and Joel on percussion] > 70s Disco [with lyrics]
fourth quarter was in "choose your own adventure" style, with attendees voting for the next "adventure" live: Puppet String, 1348, or Wappy Sprayberry; Higgins, Eat, or Lenny; 40's Theme, Miss Tinkle's Overture, or Hangover; Regulate, Miss Gradenko, or Rastaman Chant; Kimble, Dear Lord, or Smell the Mitten; Roulette, Bad Poker, or Get Lucky; end of 1348, end of Puppet String, or end of Miss Tinkle's Overture
the between-quarters videos had a Forrest Gump - gUMph - theme, with the closing scene featuring Joel running across the country and into the venue