Last night, Umphrey’s McGee and The Main Squeeze tore through the Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn at White River State Park, Indianapolis. For the first time, fans were treated to an exciting collaboration with TMS’s Corey Frye and headliners Umphrey’s McGee. The soul singer sat in for a cover of Mark Ronson‘s “Daffodilis” toward the end of the second set, making dreams come true for the home team of Chicago.Luckily there’s video of this exciting occasion, courtesy of The Main Squeeze’s Facebook page:The night was filled with contagious energy, with prog epic “Mantis”, reggae tinged classic “Higgins”, and a “Nothing Too Fancy” > end of “Mantis” first-set closer. Second set brought a scorching “Ocean Billy” “Cut The Cable” sandwich, before Frye took the stage for an unforgettable funk-pop performance. The night closed with an exciting “Live And Let Die” cover of Paul McCartney & Wings, which has only been played once previously this year, in April at The Major Rager in Augusta, GA.