Eddie Vedder – Live in Los Angeles July 8 2011

by John Reynolds on July 9, 2011

Here’s the basic deets on last night’s Eddie Vedder concert at the Wiltern Theater, Los Angeles, CA. Kelly Slater was there, and so was The Doors’ John Densmore who sat in (!). Here’s the set courtesy of Ten Club Community.

Eddie Vedder
The Wiltern-Los Angeles, CA
July 08, 2011

Set List
01. Waving Palms
02. Can’t Keep
03. Sleeping By Myself
04. Without You
05. Light Today
06. Goodbye
07. Longing To Belong w/Rudy Stein playing cello
08. Soon Forget
09. Trouble-(Yusuf Islam)
10. Sometimes
11. I Am Mine
12. Betterman
13. Long Nights w/Glen Hansard
14. Far Behind
15. Guaranteed
16. Lukin w/string quartet (fast version)
17. Just Breathe w/string quartet
18. The End w/string quartet
19. Unthought Known
20. Immortality
21. Arc

Encore Break 1
22. Long Road w/John Densmore playing djembe & Tibetan bells
23. Wishlist w/John Densmore playing djembe & Tibetan bells
24. Elderly Woman Behind The Counter In A Small Town
25. Sleepless Nights w/Glen Hansard (no mics no amplification)
26. Society w/Glen Hansard-(Jerry Hannan)
27. Falling Slowly w/string quartet {Glen singing and playing acoustic, Eddie duet vocal}-(Glen Hansard, Markéta Irglová)
28. Open All Night-(Bruce Springsteen)
29. Porch

Encore Break 2
30. Rockin’ In The Free World w/Glen Hansard & John Densmore-(Neil Young)
31. Hard Sun w/Glen Hansard-(Peterson)

Suzie Katayama: String contractor & quartet music consultant
String quartet members
Charlie Bisharat-Violin 1
Sara Parkins-Violin 2
Alma Fernandez-Viola
Rudy Stein-Cello

Glen Hansard Set List
01. Pennies In The Fountain
02. Leave
03. Low Rising
04. You Will Become
05. Don’t Leave Me Waiting
06. Maybe I Was Born To Hold You In These Arms
07. Astral Weeks-(Van Morrison) {sings a couple of 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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