Neil Young And Crazy Horse debut new song at Reykjavík show

Neil Young And Crazy Horse debut new song at Reykjavík show

Neil Young And Crazy Horse began their summer European dates in Reykjavík on July 7.

The set included one new song, as well as a two live rarities.

The band debuted a new track, "Who's Gonna Stand Up And Save The Earth?".

They also played "Separate Ways", from the Homegrown sessions, which hasn't had a live airing since 2008, and "Days That Used To Be" from Ragged Glory, which the band hadn't played live since 1991.

It was the first show since the news broke that bassist Billy Talbot had suffered a mild stoke and would be sitting out the dates; his place was filled by Neil Young's longtime bassist Rick Rosas.

Mahogany Blue's Dorene Carter and YaDonna West also joined the tour, filling in for Talbot who also provided backing vocals.

The band's next date is July 10 in Cork, Ireland, and then July 12 at London's Hyde Park.

Neil Young And Crazy Horse set list for Laugardalshöllin, Reykjavík, Iceland:

Love And Only Love
Goin' Home
Days That Used To Be
Don't Cry No Tears
Love To Burn
Separate Ways
Only Love Can Break Your Heart
Blowin' In The Wind
Heart Of Gold
Barstool Blues
Psychedelic Pill
Who's Gonna Stand Up And Save The Earth?
Rockin' In The Free World

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