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Classic Pearl Jam setlist from October 22, 2001 at Key Arena, Seattle, WA. This relatively short set in a large venue was the result of a benefit for the”Groundwork 2001” event - a hunger awareness and fundraiser in Seattle that coincided with World Hunger Day. This concert was headlined by R.E.M (setlist) and featured Pearl Jam (setlist), Alanis Morissette, Wellwater Conspiracy (featuring Soundgarden/Pearl Jam’s Matt Cameron and Soundgarden’s Ben Sheppard) and Femi Kuti and the Positive Force. “Gimme Some Truth” on this setlist is indeed the John Lennon’s song, which Eddie Vedder and Pearl Jam started performing that year. “Long Road” features an appearance by Rahat Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, nephew of Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan whom Eddie Vedder recorded “Long Road” with for the “Dead Man Walking” Soundtrack. The written setlist ultimately varied from the order played, but all songs listed were played.
As Jeff Tweedy led Wilco through a sunset-spanning set, he reminisced that this Friday night at Bonnaroo was the nicest night they’ve ever played there, because all the others were simply “ass hot”.
The great Manchester, Tennessee, weather made for a hot night of music across two stages. Here is the complete list of artists and setlists that we have from eyewitness accounts by Setlisters and the webcast.
Friday, June 14, 2013 - Bonnaroo Festival, Great Stage Park, Manchester, TN, USA
Were you there? Log in (or create an account) and click “I WENT” for all the sets you saw.
Check back on Setlisting.com for more setlists from the Saturday and Sunday performances.
Classic setlist: Nirvana setlist from February 9, 1992, Logan Campbell Centre, Auckland, NZ. If you want, you can buy it for $3000, or you can do what we do and just stare at its awesomeness. According to its backstory, setlist was handwritten by Dave Grohl.
Classic Setlist: Soundgarden in New York at #CMJ, October 27, 1989. Complete setlist (including encore) and Soundgarden’s 2013 tour setlists available at Setlisting.com. Setlist and ad courtesy of Jem Aswad
You can now browse setlist photos from your favorite artists on Setlisting.com.
Browse as many as you want by choosing “SETLIST PHOTOS" on the main menu or peek at recently added setlists presented on the home page. Click on each setlist to view it full size.
There are setlists from lots of great artists like The Rolling Stones, Pearl Jam, Tool and 311. You’ll also find setlists that vary from being written in sharpie on a plain piece of paper or even on a paper plate.
If you have setlists or setlists photos, they’re easy to add. Snap a photo of it and get started. Here’s an easy guide:
1. Create a new setlist or go to an existing setlist (shown below). Once you’re on the setlist page, start by clicking the button “Add Setlist Photo”
2. Choose the setlist photo file on your computer, add an optional comment, and click “Upload!”
Your setlist photo is then displayed below the songs on a setlist page. You can click on each setlist photo to see it larger. Use the share buttons to share your photo on Facebook and Twitter.
To see the photos that other Setlisters are adding, the most recent setlist photos are displayed on the home page
Are you ready to get started? Log in or register at Setlisting.com, start uploading, and share these great concert mementos with the Setlisting community.
RNDM setlist signed by the band, uploaded by Setlister Shayne Hanley
Few bands have the opportunity to release one album in their career - just one album - and then re-issue that album in multiple formats with bonus studio and live tracks 18 years later to critical acclaim.
But if your band is Mad Season, a culmination of Seattle legends and locals like Layne Staley (Alice in Chains), Mike McCready (Pearl Jam), Barrett Martin (Screaming Trees) and John Baker, you’re not just any band.
Formed by McCready and Baker who met in a rehab clinic in 1994, Martin and Staley rounded out this four-piece that played just six proper concerts in less than a year. Years later, Baker and Staley each succumbed to their addictions, leaving McCready and Martin as the only surviving members.
Here’s a look at some interesting statistics from their live history:
Soundcheck: Long Gone Day, I Don’t Know Anything
Main: Wake Up, Lifeless Dead, Artificial Red, River of Deceit, I Don’t Wanna Be a Soldier, Long Gone Day, I’m Above, I Don’t Know Anything, X-Ray Mind, All Alone, November Hotel
Main: Wake Up, I’m Above, Long Gone Day, I Don’t Know Anything, Lifeless Dead, River of Deceit, November Hotel
Main: Wake Up, Lifeless Dead, River of Deceit, I Don’t Know Anything, I’m Above, Artificial Red, I Don’t Wanna Be a Soldier, All Alone, November Hotel
Main: Artificial Red, Wake Up, I Don’t Know Anything, River of Deceit, All Alone, November Hotel, Lifeless Dead, Jesusathon
Main: Wake Up, I Don’t Know Anything, Artificial Red, River of Deceit, November Hotel
Song totals from Above tracks performed live:
Mad Season’s Above re-issue is available for purchase at PearlJam.com
Setlisting is growing with new concerts being added every day! Fans - aka Setlisters - have been adding setlists for artists on tour like Soundgarden, Eddie Vedder and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs among others. And we’re eagerly looking forward to setlists for upcoming tours by The Lumineers and Frightened Rabbit.
But we need you more than ever to build up Setlisting’s collection of great setlists from the past. We need Setlisters!
How can you tell you’re a Setlister?
If you’re reading this, you probably qualify!
We’re calling all Setlisters to help build Setlisting’s collection of artist setlists. Some new artists only have around a hundred setlists, established artists may have close to a thousand - check out Pearl Jam, they have 872 … and counting!
Wow, this seems like a lot of work! Well, yeah, but it’s fun! Share with your friends and the number of setlists will build up quickly.
All you need to get started is:
Setlists are easy to find on the web. You can search for photos of setlists, live concert reviews, fan accounts or even your own notes. If you have the concert info, but not the songs performed, it’s OK, add it anyway. Maybe someone else has the setlist.
The benefits will be huge! Aside from tracking the concerts you attended by clicking “I WENT”, you’ll help make the artist and song statistics more accurate, including our latest feature which shows the “first time played” and “last time played” for a song - check out Pearl Jam’s “Even Flow”.
We’re also busy working on new features and more comprehensive statistics, so stay tuned!
Let’s get started … Setlisters unite!
When disaster strikes, people rise up to help those in need. To benefit those in the Northeast United States effected by Hurricane Sandy, the music world certainly rose up at Madison Square Garden on December 12th for “12/12/12: The Concert for Sandy Relief”.
The concert featured amazing collaborations and some of music’s biggest stars - not just in recent years, but all time. Watched by over 2 billion people, you may have enjoyed the performances but we’ll help you keep track of all the songs performed. Were you lucky enough to be there? Click “I WENT” next to each setlist.
Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band [ link ]
01 - Land of Hope and Dreams + People Get Ready (The Impressions)
02 - Wrecking Ball
03 - My City of Ruins + Jersey Girl (Tom Waits)
04 - Born to Run (with Jon Bon Jovi)
Roger Waters [ link ]
01 - In the Flesh? (Pink Floyd)
02 - The Happiest Days of Our Lives (Pink Floyd)
03 - Another Brick in the Wall, Part 2 (Pink Floyd)
04 - Money (Pink Floyd)
05 - Us and Them (Pink Floyd)
06 - Comfortably Numb (Pink Floyd) (with Eddie Vedder)
Bon Jovi [ link ]
01 - It’s My Life
02 - Wanted Dead or Alive
03 - Who Says You Can’t Go Home (with Bruce Springsteen)
04 - Living on a Prayer
Eric Clapton [ link ]
01 - Nobody Knows You When You’re Down and Out (Bessie Smith)
02 - Got to Get Better in a Little While (Derek and the Dominos)
03 - Crossroads (Cream)
The Rolling Stones [ link ]
01 - You Got Me Rocking
02 - Jumpin’ Jack Flash
Alicia Keys [ link ]
01 - Brand New Me
02 - No One
The Who [ link ]
01 - Who Are You
02 - Bellboy
03 - Pinball Wizard
04 - See Me, Feel Me
05 - Baba O’Riley
06 - Love, Reign O’er Me
07 - Tea & Theatre
Kanye West [ link ]
01 - Clique (Kanye West, Jay-Z and Big Sean)
02 - Mercy
03 - Power
04 - Jesus Walks
05 - All of the Lights
06 - Diamonds From Sierra Leone
07 - Diamonds (Rihanna)
08 - Touch the Sky
09 - Gold Digger
10 - Good Life
11 - Runaway
12 - Stronger
Billy Joel [ link ]
01 - Miami 2017
02 - Movin’ Out
03 - Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas (Hugh Martin & Ralph Blane) + New York State of Mind
04 - River of Dreams
05 - You May Be Right
06 - Only the Good Die Young
Chris Martin [ link ]
01 - Viva la Vida (Coldplay)
02 - Losing My Religion (R.E.M.) (with Michael Stipe)
03 - Every Teardrop Is a Waterfall (Coldplay)
Paul McCartney [ link ]
01 - Helter Skelter (The Beatles)
02 - Let Me Roll It
03 - Nineteen Hundred and Eighty-Five (Wings)
04 - My Valentine (with Diana Krall)
05 - Blackbird (The Beatles)
06 - Cut Me Some Slack (with Dave Grohl, Krist Novoselic, Pat Smear)
07 - I’ve Got a Feeling (The Beatles)
08 - Live and Let Die (Wings)
Alicia Keys [ link ]
03 - Empire State of Mind, Part II