On Friday night, Umphrey’s McGee continued their ongoing Wax On, Wax Off tour with their second of three performances at Brooklyn Steel in Brooklyn, NY.

Umphrey’s McGee Pulls Out Rarities, Covers Prince & Blue Öyster Cult In Brooklyn Opener

As a special treat for NYC fans, Umphrey’s revived the horn-enhanced version of their cover of INXS‘s “What You Need”, which was originally debuted on New Year’s Eve at The Tabernacle in Atlanta, Georgia. For the set-closing cover, Umphrey’s welcomed out trumpeter Mike Maher (Snarky Puppy), trombonist Chris Ott (Huntertones), and saxophonist Dan White (Huntertones).

The horn section returned in the second set for versions of Little Feat‘s “Fat Man In The Bathtub”, which was also debuted on NYE, and their own “Bad Friday”. To close the second set, the band welcomed percussionist Isaac Teel (TAUK) for “August”, which featured a “Human Nature” by Michael Jackson intro.

Thanks to taper opsopcopolis, you can listen to the full show below:

Umphrey’s McGee – 2/15/19 – Full Audio

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Setlist: Umphrey’s McGee | Brooklyn Steel | Brooklyn, NY | 2/15/19

Set 1: Maybe Someday > Push & Pull, Red Tape, Example 1 > Night Nurse > Little Gift, Wife Soup, What You Need[1]

Set 2: Plunger > Turn & Dub, Fat Man in the Bathtub[1], Bad Friday[1], August[2]

Encore: Much Obliged[3] > Kula

[1] with Mike Maher on trumpet, Chris Ott on trombone, and Dan White on tenor saxophone
[2] with Human Nature (Michael Jackson) intro from Ryan; with Isaac Teel and Jake on percussion
[3] unfinished