Dave Matthews Band announced Wednesday (Oct. 31) the release of Live Trax 46, the newest installment of their archival series. Live Trax 46 is due out Dec. 7 and will feature the official recording of the band's summer performance at Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center in Noblesville, Ind.
Following the departure of band co-founder Boyd Tinsley earlier this year -- the violinist announced his exit in February and was sued for sexual harassment in May -- the transition with new member Buddy Strong was initially tumultuous, but the band was able to piece together songs from their newest studio album Come Tomorrow into set lists this year.
Keyboardist Strong was catapulted into the band during the tour where they debuted "Two Step." While Strong had no previous knowledge of the song, he learned how to play it from listening to the studio version. The new archive collection will include this performance, along with every note played during their show at Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center, formerly known as Deer Creek.