Eddie Vedder – Live in San Diego, July 5 2011

by John Reynolds on July 6, 2011

Sorry we’re a day late with this … setlist courtesy of Synergy. Kathy Davis is hitting the west coast big time, and Krazy Notes (see 2008 Krazy Notes) have been promised!

Eddie Vedder
Copely Symphony Hall
San Diego, CA
July 05, 2011

Set List
INTRO MUSIC: Elderly Woman Behind The Counter In A Small Town (field recording cover by Mburu)

01. Can’t Keep
02. Sleeping By Myself
03. Without You
(Ed tells audience member to stop texting during show)
04. Broken Heart
05. Hey Fahkah
06. You’re True
07. Longing To Belong w/Rudy Stein playing cello
08. Deadman
09. I Am Mine
10. Off He Goes
11. Love Boat Captain
12. Betterman
13. Long Nights w/Glen Hansard
14. Far Behind
15. No Ceiling
16. Guaranteed
17. Rise (incomplete)
18. Just Breathe w/string quartet
19. The End w/string quartet

Encore Break 1
20. Unthought Known
21. You’ve Got To Hide Your Love Away-(Lennon, McCartney)
22. 4th Of July-(Dave Alvin)
23. Elderly Woman Behind The Counter In A Small Town
24. Sleepless Nights w/Glen Hansard-(Boudleaux Bryant, Felice Bryant) {song was performed with no mics or amplification}
25. Society w/Glen Hansard-(Jerry Hannan)
26. Falling Slowly w/string quartet {Glen singing and playing acoustic, Eddie duet vocal}-(Glen Hansard, Markéta Irglová)
27. Wishlist
28. Open All Night-(Bruce Springsteen)
29. Porch

Encore Break 2
30. Hard Sun w/Glen Hansard-(Peterson)

Suzie Katayama: String contractor & quartet music consultant
String Quartet Members
Charlie Bisharat-Violin 1
Joel Pargman-Violin 2
Andrew Duckles-Viola
Rudy Stein-Cello

Glen Hansard Set List:
01. Pennies In The Fountain
02. Leave
03. Low Rising
04. You Will Become (dedicated Eddie Vedder’s mother)
05. Don’t Leave Me Waiting
06. Maybe I Was Born To Hold You In These Arms
07. Astral Weeks-(Van Morrison) (sings two lines from “Smile”)
08. Song Of Good Hope

John Reynolds ( Twitter: @jjjrrr )
A New Jersey based programmer, John handles TFT’s programming and technical aspects. He also conceives and writes his share of TFT’s articles and sections. John’s first Pearl Jam show was at Lollapalooza on August 12, 1992.

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