Hello gang, So my wife and I saw "THE MAN" last night and needless to type, neither he, nor the band disappointed! They played for a bit over an hour and Mr. Frampton was definitely on his game! Never ceases to amaze me! I really don't know how he plays the way he does? It just floors me listening to him. Here's the setlist: 1. Baby (Somethin's Happening) - '64 ES-335 2. Lying - '64 ES-335 3. Lines on My Face - '64 ES-335 4. Show Me the Way - Tobacco ES-335 5. Black Hole Sun - R9 (I believe it was his "Murphy Burst"?) 6. (I'll Give You) Money - '64 ES-335 (Adam Lester was FANTASTIC and the interplay between he and Frampton was phenonmenal!) 7. Baby I Love Your Way - Epiphone Texan (I couldn't tell if it was his original or not?) 8. Four Day Creep - R9 9. Do You Feel Like We Do - '54 Les Paul Custom "The Phenix" My picture/video taking abilities are atrocious and even though I took them, here are a couple of pictures my wife took, which in comparison to mine, are professional quality: Typing of picture/video taking, there were no restrictions other than no flash photography, which is a departure from the last few shows of his we've seen. I had to chuckle to myself about how much he played and has been playing his 335s, particularly the '64, although I don't blame him, but as you all know, it was his original 335 that he had the feedback issues with that led to his marriage with "The Phenix". How technology has changed over the last 40-50 years. We met him after the show and of course, he was as gracious as always. Had my "Humble Pie Performance Rockin' The Fillmore" shirt on and he said to me: "Nice T-shit." We stayed for a few songs from Steve Miller's set, which were pretty good, but being that I just turned 60 last week, it was time for me to get home and get to bed. LOL!