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Pearl Jam Perform Vs From Start To Finish In South Carolina

by Paul Cashmere on April 18, 2016

in Live,News

Pearl Jam have performed the entire 1993 ‘Vs’ from beginning to end for the very first time in South Carolina.

This was the third time Pearl Jam have performed a complete album in concert following ‘Yeild’ in Milkwaukee and ‘No Cide’ in Moline, both in October 2014.

Pearl Jam South Carolina setlist April 16 2016

Corduroy (from Vitology, 1994)
Go (from Vs, 1993)
Animal (from Vs, 1993)
Daughter (from Vs, 1993)
Glorified G (from Vs, 1993)
Dissident (from Vs, 1993)
WMA (from Vs, 1993)
Blood (from Vs, 1993)
Rearviewmirror (from Vs, 1993)
Rats (from Vs, 1993)
Elderly Woman Behind The Counter In A Small Store (from Vs, 1993)
Leash (from Vs, 1993)
Indifference (from Vs, 1993)
Mind Your Manners (from Lightning Bolt, 2013)
Swallowed Whole (from Lightning Bolt, 2013)
Sirens (from Lightning Bolt, 2013)
Let The Records Play (from Lightning Bolt, 2013)
Spin The Black Circle (from Vitology, 1994)
Do The Evolution (from Yield, 1998)

Future Days (from Lightning Bolt, 2013)
Nothingman (from Vitology, 1994)
Given To Fly (from Yield, 1998)
Present Tense (from No Code, 1996)
Comfortably Numb (Pink Floyd cover)
Lightning Bolt (from Lightning Bolt, 2013)
Porch (from Ten, 1991)

Last Kiss (single, 1998)
Breath (from Singles soundtrack, 1992)
Comatose (from Pearl Jam, 2006)
Better Man (from Vitology, 1994)
Alive (from Ten, 1991)
Baba O’Riley (The Who cover)
Yellow Ledbetter (b-side Jeremy, 1992)

Pearl Jam will perform their next tonight April 18 in Hampton, VA. As the band traditionally performs a complete different show at every show there is no hint as to what tonight might bring.


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