|2009-06-10||Thompson-Boling Arena||Knoxville, TN||3.6034|
|2000-06-24||Lakewood Amphitheatre||Atlanta, GA||4.1022|
|2000-06-23||Lakewood Amphitheatre||Atlanta, GA||3.8571|
|2000-06-22||AmSouth Amphitheatre||Antioch, TN||4.2927|
|1999-09-29||Pyramid Arena||Memphis, TN||4.4625|
|1999-09-28||Oak Mountain Amphitheatre||Pelham, AL||4.2442|
|1999-09-25||Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion||The Woodlands, TX||3.3594|
|1996-11-18||Mid-South Coliseum||Memphis, TN||4.2564|
|2006-11-02||Trey Anastasio Band||New Daisy Theatre||Memphis, TN|
|2005-04-29||Trey Anastasio Band||Tom Lee Park||Memphis, TN|
|2002-06-23||Trey Anastasio Band||Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival||Manchester, TN|
|2001-11-03||Jazz Mandolin Project||New Daisy Theatre||Memphis, TN|
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