Neil Young debuts three new songs in Boston

Neil Young debuted three new songs while performing solo in Boston last night (October 5). Young, playing the first of two nights at the city's Wang Theatre, also performed a host of fan favourites, including "After The Gold Rush", "Ohio" and the rarely performed "Thrasher", alongside a couple of songs from this year's A Letter Home, "Reason To Believe" and "If You Could Read My Mind". The three new tracks have tentatively been referred to by fans as "I'm Glad I Found U", "Plastic Flowers" and "Trace My Tears".

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Neil Young debuted three new songs while performing solo in Boston last night (October 5).

Young, playing the first of two nights at the city’s Wang Theatre, also performed a host of fan favourites, including “After The Gold Rush”, “Ohio” and the rarely performed “Thrasher”, alongside a couple of songs from this year’s A Letter Home, “Reason To Believe” and “If You Could Read My Mind”.

The three new tracks have tentatively been referred to by fans as “I’m Glad I Found U”, “Plastic Flowers” and “Trace My Tears”.

Young releases a new album, Storytone, in November, which features the singer and songwriter backed by a 92-piece orchestra and choir.

Neil Young played:

“From Hank To Hendrix”
“You And Me”
“Only Love Can Break Your Heart”
“Love In Mind”
“I’m Glad I Found U”?
“Mellow My Mind”
“Reason To Believe”
“Someday”
“Changes”
“Harvest”
“Old Man”
“Pocahontas”
“Thrasher”
“Plastic Flowers”?
“A Man Needs A Maid”
“Ohio”
“Southern Man”
“Mr. Soul”
“If You Could Read My Mind”
“Trace My Tears”?
“Harvest Moon”
“After The Gold Rush”
“Who’s Gonna Stand Up?”


Photo: Aaron Farley


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