Neil Young plays brand new and rare material at Farm Aid 30

Unveils "I Won't Quit" in solidarity with farmers and animal rights

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Neil Young unveiled a new song at Farm Aid’s thirtieth anniversary concert this weekend (September 19). Performing with Promise Of The Real, Young debuted ‘I Won’t Quit’, a tirade against corporate greed and the treatment of farmers and animals.

Taking place in downtown Chicago, at the FirstMerit Bank Pavilion, his set also featured a number of rarities. He performed ‘Alabama’ for the first time since 1973’s Time Fades Away tour, and ‘Western Hero’ for the second time ever, following its inaugural outing at a Voters For Choice benefit in Washington DC on January 14, 1995. See the full setlist and Young and POTR’s set (starting at 7:36:00) below.

Setlist:
‘Workin’ Man’
‘A Rock Star Bucks A Coffee Shop’
‘Big Box’
‘Alabama’
‘Western Hero’
‘I Won’t Quit’
‘Love And Only Love’

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