Pretty good time.
One of the guys from work turned me onto Jimmy Herring a little while ago - I'm not big on the jam band scene, but he's easily one of the best I've heard in it. He's probably got the chops to do the shred/instrumental thing if he wanted, but fusion-y jamming is evidently a little more his thing. Worth checking out if you ever get the chance - he has a VERY fluid fretting hand, and plays with a bit more gain than is typical for the genre.
That said, Victor Wooten absolutely stole the show. Holy shit. I knew he was good, but I didn't know he was THAT good. The first couple songs were just really good energetic funky groove-based music with some great bass playing (courtesy of three bassists and zero guitarists - it was a really interesting group), but then maybe 3-4 songs in he did a vocal tune with an extended bass solo, and for about five minutes straight my bassist buddy who I was there with had his jaw on the floor. I've never seen anyone do that to a bass before.
It made for a late night before a VERY early morning at work today, but it was totally worth it.
Jimmy Herring is one of my favorite guitarists. I'm convinced he has the best lead guitar tone in the world. He's associated with the jam band thing, but he's been in more of a fusion mode lately--he plays in Lenny White's band, for instance.
I missed his show down here in DC--didn't even know about it.