|Date||Venue||Set||Song Before||Song After||Notes||Comments|
|1999-04-16||Warfield Theatre||2||Bertha >||St. Stephen|
|1999-05-07||American Theater||1||Velvet Sea||Aftermath||Trey solo acoustic; TAB debut.|
|2005-11-18||Palace Theatre||1||Wolfman's >||LxL||Trey solo acoustic.|
|2005-12-06||4th and B||1||Bag >||> Makisupa||Trey solo acoustic.|
|2011-02-19||Palace Theatre||1||Wedge||BDTNL||Trey solo acoustic.|
|2011-02-22||Terminal 5||1||Cavern||LxL||Trey solo acoustic.|
|2011-03-04||The Music Box||1||Gin >||Theme||Trey solo acoustic.|
|2018-02-09||State Theatre Of Ithaca||1||***||NICU||Trey solo acoustic.|
|2018-12-07||Walt Disney Concert Hall||1||LxL||Till We Meet Again||Trey solo acoustic.|
|2018-12-11||Cascade Theatre||1||Architect||Sample||Trey solo acoustic.|
|2018-12-15||Macky Auditorium Concert Hall||1||Twist||Lifeboy||Trey solo acoustic.|
|2019-10-18||Riverside Theater||1||***||BOTT||Trey solo acoustic.|
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