|Date||Venue||Set||Song Before||Song After||Notes||Comments|
|2001-02-21||The Orpheum Theatre||2||At the Gazebo||Acting the Devil||Debut. Trey solo acoustic.|
|2001-02-24||Tower Theatre||e||***||Driver||Trey solo acoustic.|
|2001-03-03||Township Auditorium||e||BOTT||At the Gazebo||Trey and Tony acoustic duet.|
|2001-07-18||Red Rocks Amphitheatre||2||Andre the Giant||Gin||Trey solo acoustic.|
|2001-07-31||Verizon Wireless Virginia Be...||e||***||Driver||Trey solo acoustic.|
|2002-04-30||The River Music Hall, 92.5 T...||1||***||Alive Again||Trey solo acoustic.|
|2002-05-21||Paramount Theatre||2||Night Speaks to a Woman||Simple Twist Up Dave||Trey solo acoustic.|
|2002-05-22||Salem Armory||2||At the Barbeque||Sand|
|2002-05-24||KFOG Studios||1||Pebbles and Marbles||Thunderhead||Trey solo acoustic; instrumental.|
|2002-06-02||Studio C, KBCO Studios||1||***||Cayman Review||Trey solo acoustic.|
|2002-06-06||UIC Pavilion, University of ...||2||Every Story Ends in Stone||Mr. Completely||Trey acoustic.|
|2002-06-07||The Fox Theatre||2||Last Tube||Discern||Trey solo acoustic.|
|2002-06-09||Tower City Amphitheatre||1||Money, Love and Change||Drifting||Trey acoustic.|
|2002-06-15||Champlain Valley Exposition||2||Mr. Completely||Simple Twist Up Dave||Trey, Tony and Cyro only (Trey o...|
|2002-06-20||PNC Bank Arts Center||1||Last Tube||Drifting||Trey acoustic.|
|2002-06-22||Merriweather||2||Ether Sunday||Thunderhead||Trey acoustic.|
|2002-10-25||Stanley Performing Arts Center||2||Mr. Completely||At the Gazebo||Trey solo acoustic.|
|2002-10-29||Palace Theatre||2||Chapeau Mauvais||At the Gazebo||Trey acoustic.|
|2002-11-01||The Tabernacle||e||The Inlaw Josie Wales||First Tube||Trey solo acoustic.|
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