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NeilYoung at the Sidney Myer Music Bowl by Ros O'Gorman

Neil Young at the Sidney Myer Music Bowl by Ros O'Gorman

Neil Young and Bob Dylan Perform Together In Ireland

by Paul Cashmere on July 15, 2019

in News

Neil Young and Bob Dylan fans were treated with a twofer when Neil and Bob performed together for the first time since 1994 in Kilkenny, Ireland on 14 July.

Young and Dylan performed the traditional 1907 Christian hymn ‘Will The Circle Be Unbroken?’ for the Irish fans. The song was written by English hymnist Ada R. Habershon and Charles H. Gabriel, who is believed to have composed between 7,000 and 8,000 songs until his death in 1932. Ada died in 1918.

Dylan last performed ‘Will The Circle Be Unbroken’ on 8 May, 1976. He previously played it in 1 May, 1961. This was only the third time Dylan had ever performed the song. You has done it four times previously in 1975, 1993, 1995 and 1998, firstly at the Snack Benefit of ’75, then the others all at Farm-Aid Festivals.

Bob Dylan setlist Kilkenny, Ireland, 14 July 2019

Ballad of a Thin Man (from Highway 61 Revisited, 1965)
It Ain’t Me Babe (from Another Side of Bob Dylan, 1964)
Highway 61 Revisited (from Highway 61 Revisited, 1965)
Simple Twist of Fate (from Blood On The Tracks, 1975)
Can’t Wait (from Time Out of Mind, 1997)
When I Paint My Masterpiece (from Greatest Hits Vol II, 1971)
Honest With Me (from Love and Theft, 2001)
Tryin’ to Get to Heaven (from Time Out of Mind, 1997)
Make You Feel My Love (from Time Out of Mind, 1997)
Pay in Blood (from Tempest, 2012)
Will The Circle Be Unbroken (with Neil Young)
Like A Rolling Stone (from Highway 61 Revisited, 1965)
Early Roman Kings (from Tempest, 2012)
Girl From The North Country (from The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan, 1963)
Love Sick (from Time Out Of Mind, 1997)
Thunder on the Mountain (from Modern Times, 2006)
Soon After Midnight (from Tempest, 2012)
Gotta Serve Somebody (from Slow Train Coming, 1979)

Blowin’ in the Wind (from The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan, 1962)
It Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry (from Highway 61 Revisited, 1965)

Neil Young setlist Kilkenny, Ireland, 14 July 2019

Like an Inca (from Trans, 1982)
Mansion on the Hill (from Ragged Glory, 1990)
Over and Over (from Ragged Glory, 1990)
Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere (from Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere, 1969)
Love to Burn (from Ragged Glory, 1990)
Throw Your Hatred Down (from Mirror Ball, 1995)
From Hank to Hendrix (from Harvest Moon, 1992)
Heart of Gold (from Harvest, 1972)
Human Highway (from Comes A Time, 1978)
Old Man (from Harvest, 1972)
Fuckin’ Up (from Ragged Glory, 1990)
Cortez the Killer (from Zuma, 1975)
Piece of Crap (from Sleeps With Angels, 1994)
Hey Hey, My My (Into the Black) (from Rust Never Sleeps, 1979)
Rockin’ in the Free World (from Freedom, 1989)

Neil Young has downed tool on his next album ‘Pink Moon’. It will be hist first Crazy Horse album in seven years. A release date is yet to be decided.

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