Monday, October 3

Neil Young played two special shows at the intimate Telluride Park over the weekend. Setlists, Videos and the 411

Neil Young played two special shows at the intimate Telluride Park over the weekend. Setlists, Videos and the 411

Neil Young took his resurging live shows  to the intimate famed Telluride Park for his first two performances there in fifty years. He debut a tune and busted out a few others as he dazzled those lucky or rich enough to have witnessed one or both shows over the weekend. He kept to the successful formula of him starting the shows solo for a few acoustic numbers. It was in this portion of the show he surprised the sold out crowd on Saturday night for a rare version of "Sugar Mountain". Then Lucas Nelson and the Promise of the Real back him to close out the first set with some authority and play the complete second set with Neil for some extended jams and the best Neil has sounded since Phish backed him at Farm side on this very day many Harvest Moons ago. Enjoy the setlist and a couple of videos courtesy of Jambase.
Kevin

Friday Night's Setlist (via Sugar Mountain)

Setlist: After The Gold Rush / Heart Of Gold / Long May You Run / Comes A Time / Mother Earth (Natural Anthem) / Out On The Weekend / Human Highway / “Hang Gliders” / “Texas Rangers” / Hold Back The Tears / “Peace Trail” / “Show Me” / Powderfinger / Love And Only Love / Seed Justice / Vampire Blues / Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere / Don’t Be Denied / Rockin’ In The Free World 

Encore: F*!#in’ Up / Cinnamon Girl


Videos (Captured by Brosef Wilson)

[Old Man]

[After The Gold Rush]

[Harvest Moon]

[Roll Another Number]

Setlist (via Sugar Mountain – unconfirmed)

After The Gold Rush / Heart Of Gold / Sugar Mountain / Old Man / Mother Earth (Natural Anthem) / Out On The Weekend / Human Highway / “Hang Gliders” / Indian Givers / “Show Me” / Harvest Moon / Words / “Texas Rangers” / Walk On / Winterlong // Down By The River / Powderfinger / “Peace Trail” / When You Dance I Can Really Love / Cortez The Killer / F*!#in’ Up / Rockin’ In The Free World 

Encore: Roll up another number