Dave Matthews Band Live at Wrigley Field will come out March 29.
Amazon.com lists DMB Live at Wrigley Field album as a one-disc album but provides no other details. (The one-disc description could be an error; DMB has never released a one-disc live album before, and the $17.29 price seems steep for a one-disc album.)
DMB Live at Wrigley Field will capture performances from the band's Sept. 18 and/or 19, 2010 concerts at the historic Chicago ballpark. Highlights of the first night's show included the Big Whiskey and the GrooGrux King outtake "Write a Song" and a Dave Matthews solo version of Neil Young's "The Needle and the Damage Done." Night two featured a partial version of the rarity "Good Good Time" and a closer of "The Last Stop."
We'll bring you more information on DMB Live at Wrigley Field as it becomes available.