SET 1: Theme From the Bottom, Boogie On Reggae Woman, Everything's Right, Esther > Buried Alive, Alaska, Mull, Birds of a Feather, Cavern
SET 2: No Men In No Man's Land > Down with Disease > Joy > Ruby Waves > The Lizards, Fluffhead > Chalk Dust Torture
ENCORE: Contact > First Tube
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Review by Errand_Wolfe
Mike's bass playing was on display out of the gate with a crowd pleasing Theme before launching into Boogie On with a nice Happy Birthday guitar vamp during the intro.
A couple songs later I finally got my 2nd Esther. Took 15 years to get my first one, then 12 more for the second so I was stoked!
Buried Alive, a perfectly placed Alaska, my first jammed out Mull (is it still Mull?), Birds and a somewhat sloppy Cavern ended the first set.
Set two started with a decent No Men, the inevitable DWD, a touching Joy into Ruby Waves and a tremendous Lizards! Fluffhead brought the house down and then a high energy Chalkdust.
With another birthday nod to Mike, Contact was the encore followed by a high energy First Tube to propel us into the rest of the weekend!
Blown away. So glad I finally made the effort to make it out to Indy. Ready for night 2!