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John Prine played Webster Hall with Kelsey Waldon (pics, setlist)

When the final two days of the Rockland-Bergen Music Festival in Tappan, NY got canceled, John Prine played NYC’s Webster Hall on Sunday instead. While bigger than his last NYC performance (as part of a Prine tribute at Public Arts), this was still a fairly intimate show for him, and he and the band were in great spirits. Opener Kelsey Waldon joined him for a few songs, including “In Spite of Ourselves,” “Unwed Fathers,” and “Paradise.” His set also included classics like “Angel from Montgomery,” “Hello in There,” and “Lake Marie” which closed the night.

Check out the setlist below and pics from show are in the gallery above.

SETLIST: John Prine @ Webster Hall 6/23/2019
Picture in a Picture Show
Six O’Clock News
Knockin’ on Your Screen Door
Bruised Orange
Spanish Pipedream
Caravan of Fools
Egg & Daughter Nite, Lincoln Nebraska, 1967 (Crazy Bone)
Grandpa Was A Carpenter
Hello In There
In Spite of Ourselves w/ Kelsey Waldon
Unwed Fathers w/ Kelsey Waldon
Paradise w/ Kelsey Waldon
Summer’s End
I Have Met My Love Today
Angel From Montgomery
When I Get To Heaven

encore: Lake Marie

photos by David Andrako

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