Wilco played Redding, California last night as the band winds down their Summer tour in the states. An apparent heckler was yelling at Jeff Tweedy throughout the first part of Wilco’s set and was later removed. A detailed report from a Via Chicago member also mentions some instrument problems for Nels Cline during “War on War.” Highlights included “Be Not So Fearful” and “Too Far Apart.” Check out the complete setlist.
9/26/12 Wilco @ Cascade Theatre, Redding CA
Set: Poor Places > Art Of Almost, I Might, Sunken Treasure, Black Moon^, Spiders (Kidsmoke)*, Impossible, Germany, Born Alone, Side With The Seeds, War On War***, Radio Cure, Too Far Apart, Whole Love, I’m Always In Love, Hummingbird, Jesus, etc., Hate It Here, Dawned On Me, Heavy Metal Drummer > I’m The Man Who Loves You
Encore: Handshake Drugs, Be Not So Fearful**, California Stars, Walken, A Shot in the Arm
**Cover of Bill Fay
***Nels Cline changed guitars due to sound issues
^There was a heckler in the orchestra section that was distracting enough that front man Jeff Tweedy called him out, “What is your problem?” during the first half of the show.
@wilco Thanks for coming to Redding! You were awesome! Sorry about the scary jerk. Hope you come again!!!
— Pat Campbell (@pcampbell247) September 27, 2012
— rick rataj (@rickrataj) September 27, 2012
Setlist Via Chicago
Official Poster by XRay Style Art / Lou XRay
Wilco next plays Friday, Sept 28th at McCallum Theatre in Palm Desert, CA.