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Steve Earle & Allison Moorer @ Judson Church, pics, setlist

photos by Chris La Putt

Steve Earle (musician, activist, Joan Baez album producer, and actor on The Wire) & Allison Moorer (who happens to be married to Steve) played their third of four ‘solo & acoustic’ show in a row, at Judson Church in NYC last night (Sept 25, 2008). The fourth performance is tonight (Friday).

Alison opened the night with a quick 30 minute set and then later returned to join Steve on stage for a few songs. More pictures and the setlist (including The Wire theme song) from last night’s seated show below…

Steve Earle @ Judson Church, night three of four

1. Christmas in Washington
2. Hardcore Troubadour
3. Hometown Blues
4. Angel is the Devil
5. John Walker’s Blues
6. Johnny Come Lately
7. The Mountain
8. Tennessee Blues
9. Jericho Road
10. Oxcontin Blues
11. Cocaine Cannot Kill My Pain
12. Transcendental Blues
13. Sparkle and Shine
14. Days Aren’t Long Enough
15. Down Here Below
16. City of Immigrants
17. Red is the Color
18. Regular Guy
19. Steve’s Hammer
20. Satellite Radio
21. Down in the Hole (The Wire Theme Song)

22. Copperhead Road

There may have been one more song in the encore too that isn’t listed.

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