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Andrew Bird played Carnegie Hall w/ Dosh (setlist)

AB @ Carnegie Hall – Jan 28, 2009 (pic by Slopey Seconds)
AB @ Carnegie hall

Andrew Bird and Dosh played Carnegie Hall in NYC last night (1/28). Anonymous | January 29, 2009 1:07 PM said the show was “AMAZING”.

Unlike two nights earlier at Music Hall of Williamsburg, the show was fancy, seated, we didn’t get pictures, and Andrew did play a second encore.

Andrew’s tour continues Friday night in Boston with Loney Dear. One day later they have a day off and Loney Dear heads to NYC without Andrew to play shows at Sound Fix and Union Hall.

The whole Carnegie Hall setlist below…

Andrew Bird Carnegie Hall setlist (via)
instrumental Intro
Water Jet Cicile/Self-Torture
Natural Disaster
Masterswarm
Effigy
Tenuousness
Oh No
Not a Robot, But a Ghost
Nomenclature
Imitosis
Fitz and Dizzyspells
Anonanimal
Souverian
Tables and Chairs
e:
Why?
Some of These Days
e2:
Fake Palindromes

Dosh played: (via)
-Simple Exercises
-Don’t Wait for the Needle to Drop
-Steve the Cat,
-If You Want To,You Have To,
-The Magic Stick(?)
-Um, Circles and Squares.

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