Unobtrusive Mouse declared September 2022 event dates. The fourteen-day run highlights both new shows and recently dropped shows in nine different U.S. urban areas.
Isaac Brock and the company will begin the month in Flagstaff, Arizona on September 1. Next comes an excursion to Texas for shows in El Paso on September 2 and San Antonio on September 3. A rescheduled play in Kansas City follows on September 5.
Unobtrusive Mouse acquires the trip to Wichita, Kansas on September 6. Rescheduled shows in Tulsa on September 7 and Louisville on September 9 come in front of a show in Nashville on September 10. The band finishes up the trip with a rescheduled exhibition in Atlanta on September 11.
While tickets for Kansas City are at a bargain now through six, tickets until the end of the visit go discounted this Thursday, June 30 at 10 a.m. neighborhood setting time. Buy Humble Mouse tickets on six and use Ticketmaster.
Phil Lesh & Friends Begin 1st ‘The Q’ Tour On This Date In 2000.
Back in the fall of 2000, Thankful Dead bassist Phil Lesh selected four different artists to join his Phil Lesh and Companions troupe laying out what became known as “The Quintet” setup. It was a long time back today that Lesh and guitarists Warren Haynes and Jimmy Herring, keyboardist Burglarize Barraco and drummer John Molo set out on the first “The Q” visit.
Rejoined for Lesh’s birthday shows in Spring of 2016 and October of 2021, the arrangement was dynamic from the 2000 Fall Visit through Phil’s joining his previous band mates in The Dead in 2003. The Quintet’s most memorable demonstration of the visit occurred on September 30, 2000, at Commemoration Amphitheater in Burlington, Vermont.
That evening saw Haynes, Barraco, and Lesh exchange vocals on such Dead staples as “Here Comes Daylight,” “Companion Of Satan,” “Grandiose Charlie” and “Cold Downpour and Snow” in the primary set. Van Morrison’s “Into The Spiritualist” – a first time played by Phil and Companions – likewise jumped up in set one with Haynes taking on the singing obligations.
The subsequent set opened with Sway Dylan’s “Like A Drifter” followed by an extended piece of comedy that saw Herring and Haynes twirling together while Lesh and Molo laid out a stable yet steadily moving beat for them to follow. The post-Dead Robert Tracker organization wrote with Lesh, “Reflection of Thalassa,” showed up in the subsequent set, as did the main Phil and Companions versions of “Sluggish Waterway Street” and “The Brilliant Street (To Limitless Commitment)” as well as loosened up exhibitions of “Viola Lee Blues” and “Sugaree.” The set finished with “Goin’ Not too far off Feeling Terrible” and the singalong hymn book “And We Bid You Goodnight.” Maybe in a gesture to being in the band’s old neighborhood, Phil and “The Q” stirred up Phish’s “Wolfman’s Sibling” for the night’s reprise and last melody.
So these were all about Modest Mouse Confirms September 2022 muse Tour Dates.