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I was just updating my nerdy DBT records to reflect Homecoming and the solo shows I caught in December. I don't recall seeing a thread like this previously, so someone please correct me if I'm wrong and merge this if appropriate.

What DBT debuts have you seen? Could be solo, band, etc. Not going to be very prescriptive here.

Some of you will have huge lists that put mine to shame (and therefore take more work to compile), but here are mine, to the best of my knowledge:

Songs:
-Kinky Hypocrite (8/19/16, Belly Up, Aspen, CO)
-Billy Ringo in the Dark (10/7/18, Washington's, Fort Collins, CO)

Personnel:
-Bobby Matt Patton (3/9/12, Ogden Theatre, Denver, CO)
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Rock Solid - Patterson Hood

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I might have seen "Pauline Hawkins" official live debut (10/30/13 - Dubuque, IA), but I don't know how to verify that.

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Don't ask me how or why I remember this but I was at the Starland Ballroom in NJ when they debuted Assholes in approx 2009.
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Iowan wrote:I might have seen "Pauline Hawkins" official live debut (10/30/13 - Dubuque, IA), but I don't know how to verify that.
Per oneofthesedays.org, Pauline Hawkins was played at least as early as 9/28/13 in Stateline, NV.
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I did not realize that, I was at the Stateline show!

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Forged in Hell and Heaven Sent (Patterson song that might eventually show up, solo tour cirac 2012)
Perilous Night / Heroin Again (Asheville 2017)
Welcome to Club XIII (Full band debut and only time to date, Birmingham 2018)
Rosemary With A Bible and a Gun (Full band debut, Raleigh 2019)
Awaiting Ressurection (Atlanta 2018)
The Weight (The Band) - (Carrboro, the day Levon passed)
Fireplace Poker / The Weakest Man / Pulaski / GoGo Boots / Cartoon Gold / (Athens 2011)
Surrender Under Protest (Nashville 2015)
Filthy and Fried / Ever South / Once They Banned Imagine / (Athens 2016)
First Air of Autumn / Primer Coat / Hearing Jimmy Loud / Natural Light / Til He's Dead or Rises / When Walter Went Crazy / (Athens 2014)
When He's Gone (Athens 2013)
Sign 'o the Times (Winston Salem 2013)
Gimme Some Truth (Asheville 2016)
Carmelita (Raleigh 2014)

I think that's all of the full band stuff. Probably some Patterson solo stuff too but records aren't nearly as good there.

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Mundane Mayhem wrote:I was just updating my nerdy DBT records to reflect Homecoming and the solo shows I caught in December. I don't recall seeing a thread like this previously, so someone please correct me if I'm wrong and merge this if appropriate.

What DBT debuts have you seen? Could be solo, band, etc. Not going to be very prescriptive here.

Some of you will have huge lists that put mine to shame (and therefore take more work to compile), but here are mine, to the best of my knowledge:

Songs:
-Kinky Hypocrite (8/19/16, Belly Up, Aspen, CO)
-Billy Ringo in the Dark (10/7/18, Washington's, Fort Collins, CO)

Personnel:
-Bobby Matt Patton (3/9/12, Ogden Theatre, Denver, CO)
I was at the Aspen show as well. You forgot Lido Shuffle, which I believe debuted that night as well.
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Clams wrote:Don't ask me how or why I remember this but I was at the Starland Ballroom in NJ when they debuted Assholes in approx 2009.
Your memory is better than mine.

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Tyler wrote:Filthy and Fried / Ever South / Once They Banned Imagine / (Athens 2016)
That would be the band debut of "Ever South". The Patterson debut was in Little Rock the December before that.

I also got to see the debuts of:

"Tough To Let Go"--The Return of the Son of the Child of The Dirt Underneath Tour, Columbia, Missouri, which might've also been the debut of "Flight 218 to Denver"
"Slow Ride Argument"--Macon, March 2018, with my kid!!!!!
"The Guns of Umpqua"--also here in Little Rock, the anniversary of the night Lynyrd Skynyrd crashed
"Rock Solid"--bless your heart
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pearlbeer wrote:
Mundane Mayhem wrote:I was just updating my nerdy DBT records to reflect Homecoming and the solo shows I caught in December. I don't recall seeing a thread like this previously, so someone please correct me if I'm wrong and merge this if appropriate.

What DBT debuts have you seen? Could be solo, band, etc. Not going to be very prescriptive here.

Some of you will have huge lists that put mine to shame (and therefore take more work to compile), but here are mine, to the best of my knowledge:

Songs:
-Kinky Hypocrite (8/19/16, Belly Up, Aspen, CO)
-Billy Ringo in the Dark (10/7/18, Washington's, Fort Collins, CO)

Personnel:
-Bobby Matt Patton (3/9/12, Ogden Theatre, Denver, CO)
I was at the Aspen show as well. You forgot Lido Shuffle, which I believe debuted that night as well.
Debut of Lido Shuffle was November 2018 in Dallas.
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pearlbeer wrote:
Mundane Mayhem wrote:I was just updating my nerdy DBT records to reflect Homecoming and the solo shows I caught in December. I don't recall seeing a thread like this previously, so someone please correct me if I'm wrong and merge this if appropriate.

What DBT debuts have you seen? Could be solo, band, etc. Not going to be very prescriptive here.

Some of you will have huge lists that put mine to shame (and therefore take more work to compile), but here are mine, to the best of my knowledge:

Songs:
-Kinky Hypocrite (8/19/16, Belly Up, Aspen, CO)
-Billy Ringo in the Dark (10/7/18, Washington's, Fort Collins, CO)

Personnel:
-Bobby Matt Patton (3/9/12, Ogden Theatre, Denver, CO)
I was at the Aspen show as well. You forgot Lido Shuffle, which I believe debuted that night as well.
Looks like no Lido, but “The Bitch Is Back” also apparently was a debut cover that night.
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Saw Awaiting Resurrection soundchecked HC 17
And then the official debut in 2018
Slow Ride Argument in Macon
Filthy & Fried HC 16
I wanna say After the Scene Dies but I didn't factcheck
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Mundane Mayhem wrote:
pearlbeer wrote:
Mundane Mayhem wrote:I was just updating my nerdy DBT records to reflect Homecoming and the solo shows I caught in December. I don't recall seeing a thread like this previously, so someone please correct me if I'm wrong and merge this if appropriate.

What DBT debuts have you seen? Could be solo, band, etc. Not going to be very prescriptive here.

Some of you will have huge lists that put mine to shame (and therefore take more work to compile), but here are mine, to the best of my knowledge:

Songs:
-Kinky Hypocrite (8/19/16, Belly Up, Aspen, CO)
-Billy Ringo in the Dark (10/7/18, Washington's, Fort Collins, CO)

Personnel:
-Bobby Matt Patton (3/9/12, Ogden Theatre, Denver, CO)
I was at the Aspen show as well. You forgot Lido Shuffle, which I believe debuted that night as well.
Oh yeah..that is right. Lido was Dallas....Bitch was Aspen. That was a great cover. Played it at Red Rocks too.

Looks like no Lido, but “The Bitch Is Back” also apparently was a debut cover that night
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Rocky wrote:This should help

http://www.oneofthesedays.org/
According to this, Rebels was first played at the Abbey Pub in Chicago on 4/1/04 but I know they played it the night before in Lexington, KY at the Dame because I was there and being a huge Petty fan, I went crazy when that opening riff kicked in.

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Rocky wrote:This should help

http://www.oneofthesedays.org/
Good point!
John A Arkansawyer wrote:"Tough To Let Go"--The Return of the Son of the Child of The Dirt Underneath Tour, Columbia, Missouri, which might've also been the debut of "Flight 218 to Denver"
But no! "Tough To Let Go" was indeed Columbia and Kansas City the next night; Kansas City was "Flight 218 to Denver".
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Apropos to this thread, here is the very first airing of Forged In Hell from way back in 2012


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emandrisdad wrote:
Clams wrote:Don't ask me how or why I remember this but I was at the Starland Ballroom in NJ when they debuted Assholes in approx 2009.
Your memory is better than mine.
It may have resonated more to some than to others.
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Seen a lot less of them than you guys but saw "Armageddon's back in town" debut in Houston last November.

I mean, PH said it was the debut anyway so I'll take him at his word!

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Interesting thread. I’ve probably seen a couple of debuts at some point. Can’t remember. I may have seen the debut of Birthday Boy but I haven’t looked it up. One thing I realized from reading this thread was that I haven’t listened to English Oceans in a really, really long time. I had forgotten When He’s Gone even existed. Other than Grand Canyon that seems to be Patterson’s forgotten album.
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305 Engine wrote:Seen a lot less of them than you guys but saw "Armageddon's back in town" debut in Houston last November.

I mean, PH said it was the debut anyway so I'll take him at his word!
He also said on Facebook that the first time Great Car Dealer War was played live was at a Dimmer Twins show last year, but I heard it full band live in 2010
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Clams wrote:Don't ask me how or why I remember this but I was at the Starland Ballroom in NJ when they debuted Assholes in approx 2009.
I should've been at that show, if I'd had my shit together musically back then. Was in my last semester at Penn in January 2009. Started listening to the Truckers probably a year later.
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Ramon Casiano in Rochester, NY, March of 2015

Update: heres the setllist. Venue didnt have the greatest sound system but it was a good show none the less.

http://www.oneofthesedays.org/search/se ... =3&Date=14

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Mundane Mayhem wrote:
Iowan wrote:I might have seen "Pauline Hawkins" official live debut (10/30/13 - Dubuque, IA), but I don't know how to verify that.
Per oneofthesedays.org, Pauline Hawkins was played at least as early as 9/28/13 in Stateline, NV.
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