Neil Young and the Promise Of The Real played a private show in Paris last night [January 25, 2016].
The event at Théatre Mogador was hosted by Carmignac, who descibe themselves as “one of the leading asset managers in Europe” on their Twitter feed.
Among the surprises in Young’s set, the After The Goldrush track “Til The Morning Comes” made its live debut, 46 years after the album’s release.
Another cut from After The Goldrush, “Cripple Creek Ferry“, was played for the fourth time only; and the first time since 1997.
The set also included a cover of Édith Piaf’s “La Vie En Rose“.
You can watch footage below of Young and the band playing “Til The Morning Comes”/”Cripple Creek Ferry” and also “”Winterlong”
Pictures from the show have been posted on the Rockerparis blog.
In October 2012, the Rolling Stones played a similar private event at the Théatre Mogador for Carmignac and their investors.
Young and the Promise Of The Real were reportedly in Paris recording an album.
The set list for Neil Young and Promise Of The Real at Théatre Mogador, Paris, January 25, 2016:
After The Gold Rush (solo piano)
Heart Of gold
Long May You Run
Out On The weekend
From Hank To Hendrix
La vie En Rose
Till The Morning Comes
Creeple Creek Ferry
People Want To Hear About Love
Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere
Love And Only Love
Young and Promise Of The Real will play the UK later this year.
The tour dates are:
Sun June 05 – GLASGOW SSE Hydro
Tue June 07 2016 – BELFAST SSE Arena, Belfast
Wed June 08 2016 – DUBLIN 3Arena
Fri June 10 2016 – LEEDS first direct Arena
Sat June 11 2016 – LONDON O2 Arena
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