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This 3-CD set features Dave Matthews Band's performance on September 8, 2007 in front of 50,000+ fans at the Meadow of Piedmont Park in Atlanta, Georgia. DMB performed with absolute unrestrained energy on hits such as"One Sweet World"and"Two Step"at this benefit show which raised more than $1 million to aid in the 53-acre expansion of the historic park.
This 3-CD set features Dave Matthews Band's performance on September 8, 2007 in front of 50,000+ fans at the Meadow of Piedmont Park in Atlanta, Georgia. DMB performed with absolute unrestrained energy on hits such as"One Sweet World"and"Two Step"at this benefit show which raised more than $1 million to aid in the 53-acre expansion of the historic park.
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Format: CD
Label: RCA
Catalog: 21444
Rel. Date: 12/11/2007
UPC: 886972144429

Live At Piedmont Park
Artist: Dave Matthews Band
Format: CD
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This 3-CD set features Dave Matthews Band's performance on September 8, 2007 in front of 50,000+ fans at the Meadow of Piedmont Park in Atlanta, Georgia. DMB performed with absolute unrestrained energy on hits such as"One Sweet World"and"Two Step"at this benefit show which raised more than $1 million to aid in the 53-acre expansion of the historic park.

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''Live at Piedmont Park'' is a live album and video release by the Dave Matthews Band from a 2007 benefit concert in Atlanta, Georgia. The concert was held at Atlanta's Piedmont Park in front of an audience of over 80,000 people to raise over US $1 million of a US $42.5 million project to expand of the city's park. Also performing that day were the Allman Brothers Band. The performance featured guest appearances by Warren Haynes on "What Would You Say" and Gregg Allman on "Melissa." The concert featured many old songs such as "Don't Drink the Water" and "Two Step", but also introduced the first released recordings of: "#27", "Cornbread", and "Eh Hee".

The concert was performed the day after band saxophonist Leroi Moore's 46th birthday. Matthews, the band, and the audience serenade Moore with an apparently spontaneous rendition of "Happy Birthday to You" following the performance of "One Sweet World." The moment is especially poignant in light of Moore's tragic and untimely death the following year.

The concert is infamous for missing the backup vocals of drummer Carter Beauford throughout the whole show. Although Carter sang all of his parts, they are not heard on the recording or live DVD. Footage shows him singing in his mic, but no audio corresponds in the recording. This is likely due to an error in mixing. - Wikipedia

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