Read Neil Young's set list for the Jack Singer Concert Hall, Calgary, January 19, 2014

Read Neil Young's set list for the Jack Singer Concert Hall, Calgary, January 19, 2014

Last night [January 19] Neil Young played the final date of his four 'Honor The Treaties' concerts to raise money for the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation Legal Defense Fund.

The show took place at Jack Singer Concert Hall, Calgary, Alberta.

The set list was almost identical to Young's recent run of shows at New York's Carnegie Hall, as well as the first three 'Honor The Treaties' engagements at Massey Hall on Sunday, January 12 and the Winnipeg Centennial Concert Hall on Thursday, January 16 and Conexus Arts Centre, Saskatchewan on January 17, 2014.

The Jack Singer Concert Hall set however featured a cover of Bob Dylan's "Blowin' In The Wind" and the Ragged Glory track, "Mother Earth".

The 'Honor The Treaties' concerts will aid the native Canadians in their battle against oil companies and the government to preserve their land.

Click here to watch footage from Neil Young's Honor The Treaties press conference which took place on Sunday [January 12] and saw Young criticising Canada's federal government and Alberta’s oilsands development.

Young's next scheduled live appearance will be at the Nashville Musicians Hall of Fame Awards on January 28.

Neil Young's set list from the Jack Singer Concert Hall was:

From Hank To Hendrix
Only Love Can Break Your Heart
Love In Mind
Mellow My Mind
Are You Ready For The Country?
Old Man
A Man Needs A Maid
Southern Man
Mr. Soul
Four Strong Winds
Harvest Moon
Heart Of Gold

Blowin' In The Wind
Mother Earth

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