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Tweedy setlist: Majestic Theatre, Dallas, Texas 6/22/14

Poster for Tweedy's show at the Majestic Theatre Sunday night.
f2 / Dirk Fowler

In his rave review of Tweedy's performance at the Majestic Theatre in Dallas, Texas on Sunday night, Robert Wilonsky said it was “a show we didn’t want to end.” The Wilco front man and band played 14 songs off the upcoming Sukierae (out on dBpm Records on Sept. 16) including a debut of a new composition “Hazel,” which is not to be confused with the Bob Dylan song of the same. Of course, as usual, Tweedy rewarded the audience with a nice smattering of Wilco, Uncle Tupelo, and Loose Fur songs to make everybody go home happy. Here's the setlist:

“Down From Above”
“Diamond Light”
“Summer Noon”
“Honey Combed”
“Desert Bell”
“World Away”
“New Moon”
“Fake Fur Coat”
“High as Hello”
“Low Key”
“Slow Love”
“Nobody Dies Anymore”
“I Am Trying to Break Your Heart”
“New Madrid”
“Someday Some Morning Sometime”
“Laminated Cat” (aka “Not For The Season”)
“How to Fight Loneliness”
“Passenger Side”
“The Ruling Class”
“Born Alone”
“Please Tell My Brother”
“Jesus, Etc.”
“I’m the Man Who Loves You”


“You Are Not Alone”
“Give Back the Key To My Heart”
“California Stars”

After tonight's show at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee, the band will take a break until their gig at the Ottawa Bluesfest in Ontario on July 4th. Celebrating America's birthday in Canada - seems so Tweedy.

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