At last night’s concert at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre, Umphrey’s McGee brought out Eric Bloom, Jesus Coomes, Ryan Zoidis, and Nigel Hall for a version of Nate Dogg’s “I Got Love.” Jesus Coomes joined in on vocals on the hip hop track, while Nigel Hall manned the keys with Joel Cummins and Bloom and Zoidis assumed their Shady Horn duties.
Earlier that day Kris Meyer, Joel Cummins, and Nigel Hall (who took over keys for for Neal Evans) joined Lettuce during their opening set.
The band also revealed plans to add additional dates to the tail end of their August tour. The band will be returning to Florida for three shows in August, playing Orlando on August 21st, Miami Beach on August 22nd, and St. Petersburg on the 23rd. Venue and ticketing info will be revealed in the near future.
Meanwhile, check out the setlists from the band’s last two nights “making lemonade” down in St. Augustine:
04/10/15 ~ St. Augustine Amphitheatre ~ St. Augustine, FL
No Crying in Mexico > Resolution > Rocker 2, No Diablo, The Floors, Prowler > Bad Friday
Wappy Sprayberry > Ringo > Wappy Sprayberry, Andy’s Last Beer, In The Kitchen, Tribute to Spinal Shaft > Booth Love > Making Flippy Floppy
Puppet String > Haji > Puppet String
04.11.2015 ~ St. Augustine Amphitheatre ~ St. Augustine, FL
Set 1: Goonville > 1348 > 2×2, Conduit > Nothing Too Fancy > Higgins, Piranhas, Educated Guess
Set 2: The Triple Wide > Upward, 40’s Theme, I Got Love, Comma Later > Nothing Too Fancy, Cut the Cable, Much Obliged > 1348
 with Eric Bloom on trumpet, Jesus Coomes on vocals, Nigel Hall on keys, and Ryan Zoidis on saxophone