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Summer 1992

38 unique songs performed so far.

Show 47 of 51

79th DMB show at this venue (83rd overall)

13 Songs / 4.59 Avg.
Tour Rarity: 46 of 49 (36.08)

This show has an overall rarity index of 22.86

This show has a point-in-time rarity index of 17.18

This show became unique with Lie In Our Graves
(DF: 2 Rarity: 14.8)

Total Song Time: 1 hours, 2 minutes, 53 seconds

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September 12, 1992
September 12, 1992
September 15, 1992
September 16, 1992
September 17, 1992

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Dave Matthews Band
Tuesday, September 15, 1992
Trax, Charlottesville, VA
+/- (?) Song Time      Tour (?)    Venue (?) Last (?) Guests Notes
1. Best of What's Around 3:20     8 of 8     14 of 28 3 Dave solo
2. Lie In Our Graves 2:22     8 of 8     7 of 36 3 Dave solo
3. I'll Back You Up 3:07     3 of 3     6 of 17 20 Dave solo
4. Pay For What You Get 4:00     2 of 2     2 of 21 7 Dave solo
5. Minarets 6:18     8 of 8     9 of 28 3 Miguel
6. Help Myself 4:37     11 of 11     9 of 29 3 Miguel
7. Satellite 4:03     10 of 10     12 of 30 7 Miguel
8. Warehouse 7:23     8 of 8     14 of 38 3 Miguel
9. So Much To Say 5:14     8 of 8     7 of 23 3 Miguel Dave, Carter, and Peter. Traditionally, this was only done with early SMTS's, but the band was re-working it at this time, hence the 3-man performance.
10. True Reflections 6:41     10 of 10     11 of 40 3 Miguel
11. Dancing Nancies 5:56     10 of 10     12 of 41 3 Miguel
12. Two Step 9:52     12 of 12     11 of 35 3 Miguel
13. Tripping Billies 0:00     11 of 11     13 of 40 3 Miguel
Show Notes
There is a reference to this show in the Minarets digest with Miguel Valdez guesting on percussion. Dave opened the show with a few solo songs, if the information is correct. It seems that this show is different from the 9.29.92 show with Miguel Valdez.
Thanks to some great detective work from Henry Hart at DMBalmanac, we agree with him and believe that this show, long believed to be 4.15.92 (although we knew it was mis-dated) is truly 9.15.92.
The Minarets digest also mentions that DMB opened for Ugly Kid Joe on this date, but it seems to be a long set for an opening act







































   



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