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Top of pagePrevious messageNext messageBottom of page Link to this message  By Steve (Steve) on Sunday, December 14, 2008 - 12:29 pm: Edit Post

another great show by Neil... Scored a ticket for $25 outside the venue. sat in the $250 section. Neil varied the setlist a little with some newer tunes. first time on this tour stuff. Lots of energy Neil seemed to be really enjoying himself.

12-13-2008, DCU Center, Worcester, Massachusetts
Neil Young & His Electric Band

Love And Only Love
Hey Hey, My My
Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere
Spirit Road
Cortez The Killer
Cinnamon Girl
Oh, Lonesome Me
Mother Earth
The Needle And The Damage Done
Light A Candle
"Cough Up The Bucks"
Fuel Line
"Hit The Road And Go To Town"
Heart Of Gold
Old Man
Get Back To The Country
Just Singing A Song
"Get Behind The Wheel"
When Worlds Collide
Cowgirl In The Sand
Rockin' In The Free World

A Day In The Life

I have never seen Wilco before.. They were decent

The other band was ok the bass was turned up way too loud, it distorted all the other instruments.

Neil came on at about 9:15 and played until 11:40

Top of pagePrevious messageNext messageBottom of page Link to this message  By Betsy (Blueheron) on Monday, December 15, 2008 - 06:48 am: Edit Post

It was a geat show. I was on the floor second behind the rail and enjoyed Everset (young, inexperienced, good, and sounded like Tom Petty), Wilco (a real treat to see them for the first time) and of course Neil. I had seen the set list and tried my best to forget it. I did rememmber the song count and as I wrote my set list, I realized there were more songs! The crowd was excellent and we made some new friends. The group around us was mostly from Maine and one woman even knew a younger concert goer's Mom. It's in deed a small world. Back home in Fla now. I took photos and dropped off the film last night. I'll post when they get back.

Neil looked and played as good as ever. He did't look tired or run down or even half his age. Larry (his guitar tech) was right on his game and kept Neil fed with the right gutairs. He gave me a pick at the end of the show. I asked about a set-list and he said that they re-use them. I'm so glad that they added songs for this show. I'm sure that the pholks at MSG are going to get a rockin' nights as well.