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James Taylor Plays His First Show Of 2017 In Auckland New Zealand

by Paul Cashmere on February 5, 2017

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James Taylor is back on tour after kicking off the first show on his world tour in Auckland, New Zealand on Saturday night before heading to Australia this week.

Taylor last toured Australia and New Zealand with Carole King in 2010.

The 2017 tour for live nation will include a second New Zealand show today in Napier, then the Australian dates start Tuesday in Melbourne.

James Taylor setlist 4 February, 2017, Auckland, New Zealand

Wandering (from Gorilla, 1975)
Secret O’ Life (from JT, 1977)
Everyday (from That’s Why I’m Here, 1985)
Walking Man (from Walking Man, 1974)
Today Today Today (from Before This World, 2015)
Copperline (from New Moon Shine, 1991)
Carolina On My Mind (from James Taylor, 1968)
Country Road (from Sweet Baby James, 1970)
(I’ve Got To) Stop Thin’ Bout That (from New Moon Shine, 1991)
Shed A Little Light (from New Moon Shine, 1991)

Yellow and Rose (from Hourglass, 1997)
Up On The Roof (from Flag, 1979)
You’ve Got A Friend (from Mud Slim Slime and the Blue Horizon, 1971)
Don’t Let Me Be Lonely Tonight (from One Man Dog, 1972)
Sweet Baby James (from Sweet Baby James, 1970)
Streamroller (from Sweet Baby James, 1970)
Mexico (from Gorilla, 1975)
Fire and Rain (from Sweet Baby James, 1970)
Your Smiling Face (from JT, 1977)

Knock On Wood (Eddie Floyd cover)
How Sweet It Is (from Gorilla, 1975)
You And I Again (from Before This World, 2015)

James Taylor Australian dates

February 8, Melbourne, Rod Laver Arena
February 9, Adelaide, Botanic Park
February 11, Brisbane, Sirromet Wines
February 12, Pokolbin, Hope Estate
February 14, Sydney, ICC Sydney Theatre
February 15, Canberra, Royal Theatre
February 18, Margaret River, Leeuwin Estate

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