|Tom Petty and the
May 12, 2001 - George, Washington - The Gorge Amphitheater
Runnin' Down A Dream
I Won't Back Down
Billy The Kid
Too Much Ain't Enough
Here Comes My Girl
It's Good To Be King
You Don't Know How It Feels
Guitar Boogie Shuffle
Don't Come Around Here No More
Little Red Rooster (by Willie Dixon)
Swingin' Doors (by Merle Haggard)
Mary Jane's Last Dance
Even The Losers
You Wreck Me
" ... At The Gorge, it was apparent Petty was enjoying his spring/summer trek. He and the band performed old songs as if they were new, adding texture and nuance to longtime favorites. Many songs featured extended jams . . . Petty introduced himself as "so young and so tanned" ... His rapport with fans couldn't have been better ...
Backing [Tom] ... were Heartbreakers Mike Campbell on guitar, Howie Epstein on bass and Benmont Tench on keyboards, as well as touring musicians Scott Thurston on guitar and Steve Ferrone on drums. 'I really feel like I play in the best rock 'n' roll band in the world,' Petty said as he introduced his bandmates ...
The main set came to a close ... The enthusiastic crowd set the amphitheater aglow with flickering light from thousands of cigarette lighters ... "
Review by Gene Stout, Seattle
Post-Intelligencer, May 14, 2001.