Dave Matthews Band's Sept. 8 show at Atlanta's Piedmont Park is headed to CD and DVD Dec. 11 via Bama Rags/RCA. The performance raised more than $1 million to assist the expansion of the park.

Dave Matthews Band's Sept. 8 show at Atlanta's Piedmont Park is headed to CD and DVD Dec. 11 via Bama Rags/RCA. The performance raised more than $1 million to assist the expansion of the park.

Among the notable tracks featured here are the new songs "Cornbread," "#27" and "Eh Hee," plus a sequence featuring re-worked versions of "So Much To Say," "Anyone Seen the Bridge" and "Too Much."

Warren Haynes from opening act the Allman Brothers Band guests on "what Would You Say," while Gregg Allman joined Matthews on vocals for a cover of the Allman Brothers' classic "Melissa."

Fans who pre-order from DMB's Web store will receive extra music: all orders will receive a 4-track bonus disc of live tracks from the 2007 summer tour, while fans who order the CD/DVD package will get an 8-song live disc.

DMB will perform Tuesday (Nov. 13) in East Rutherford, N.J., leading up to two private shows for students at West Point on Nov. 14-15, with support from Robert Randolph and the Family Band.

Here is the track list for "Live at Piedmont Park":

"One Sweet World"
"Two Step"
"Corn Bread"
"Don't Drink the Water"
"You Might Die Trying"
"Grey Street"
"#27"
"What Would You Say?" (with Warren Haynes)
"Melissa" (with Gregg Allman)
"Louisiana Bayou"
"The Dreaming Tree"
"Eh Hee"
"So Much To Say" ->
"Anyone Seen the Bridge?" ->
"Too Much"
"Warehouse"
"Stay (Wasting Time)"
"All Along the Watchtower"
"Ants Marching"

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