July 5, 2015 at Marcus Amphitheatre, Milwaukee, Wisconsin...

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Neil Young and Promise Of The Real kicked off their Rebel Content tour last night [July 5, 2015] at Marcus Amphitheatre, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

The show was part of Milwaukee’s annual Summerfest event.

A full review of the show appears on the website for Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, which reports that two people dressed as farmers tossed seeds onto the stage and watered sunflowers before Young opened the show at the piano with “After The Gold Rush“.

He played the first five song solo – including “Heart Of Gold“, “Old Man” and “Mother Earth (Natural Anthem)” – before he was joined by Promise Of The Real.

The 28-song set drew heavily from Young’s latest album, The Monsanto Years, as well as Harvest and Harvest Moon.

He also performed Ragged Glory track, “White Line”, live for only the sixth time; he had previously played it during a club gig in Charley’s Restaurant And Saloon, Paia, Maui, Hawaii, in May.

Other rare cuts included the first performance of “Don’t Be Denied” for 12 years and Greendale’s “Double E” both for the encore.

Click here to read our review of The Monsanto Years

The next stop on Young’s tour will be at Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison, Colorado on July 8 and 9.

Neil Young and Promise Of The Real played:

After The Gold Rush
Heart Of Gold
Long May You Run
Old Man
Mother Earth
Hold Back The Tears
Out On The Weekend
Unknown Legend
Peace Of Mind
Field Of Opportunity
Wolf Moon
Harvest Moon
Words
Flying On The Ground Is Wrong
Walk On
People Want To Hear About Love
A New Day For Love
Down By The River
Big Box
A Rock Star Bucks A Coffee Shop
White Line
Workin’ Man
Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere
Monsanto Years
If I Don’t Know
Love And Only Love

Encore:
Don’t Be Denied
Double E

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