Last night Wilco headlined the first night of their music & arts festival, SOLID SOUND in North Adams, MA with a unique and interesting spin on their live show, a set of all-request tunes that were voted on by fans months prior. A quick look at the setlist shows the band took huge risks with a batch of classics you don’t see many bands attempt. The list ranges from “Cut Your Hair” by Pavement, “Simple Twist of Fate” by Bob Dylan, “Marquee Moon” by Television, “Who Loves the Sun” by the Velvet Underground, “Get Lucky” by Daft Punk (Nels channeling Nile!) and the Massachusetts-friendly song “Roadrunner” by the Modern Lovers. Wilco even welcomed Yo La Tengo’s Ira Kaplan to join on his own “Tom Courtenay” halfway through the show.

It’s already going down as one of the more important gigs in Wilco’s long career. Thankfully fan-shot videos have already surfaced. Check them out after the jump.


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Pavement’s “Cut Your Hair”

Wilco - Cut Your Hair (Pavement) - Solid Sound - MASS MoCA - June 21, 2013

Daft Punk’s Get Lucky

Television’s “Marquee Moon” (short clip)

The Grateful Dead’s “Ripple”

The Modern Lover’s “Roadrunner”

Velvet Underground’s “Who Loves the Sun”

Bob Dylan’s “Simple Twist of Fate”

Setlist: Wilco’s All-Request-Show, North Adams, MA – 6/21/13

“The Boys Are Back in Town” (Thin Lizzy)
“Cut Your Hair” (Pavement)
“In the Street” (Big Star)
“New Madrid” (Uncle Tupelo/Tweedy)
“Dead Flowers” (The Rolling Stones)
“Simple Twist of Fate” (Bob Dylan)
“Ripple” (Grateful Dead, Garcia/Hunter)
“Who Loves the Sun” (The Velvet Underground)
“And Your Bird Can Sing” (The Beatles)
“Psychotic Reaction” (Count Five)
“Tom Courtenay” (w/Yo La Tengo and by Yo La Tengo)
“James Alley Blues” (Richard Brown)
“Waterloo Sunset” (The Kinks)
“Waterloo” (ABBA)
“(What’s So Funny ’bout) Peace, Love, and Understanding?” (Nick Lowe)
“Marquee Moon” (Television)
“Don’t Fear the Reaper” (Blue Öyster Cult)
“Cinnamon Girl” (Neil Young)
“Get Lucky” (Daft Punk w/ Pharrell Williams, and Nile Rodgers)
“Surrender” (Cheap Trick)
“Color Me Impressed” (w/Tommy Stinson) (The Replacements)
“Kingpin” (Wilco)
“Thank You Friends” (Big Star)
“The Weight” (The Band)
“Roadrunner” (The Modern Lovers)



On Saturday, WFUV 90.7 will broadcast two sets (Neko Case & Wilco) starting at 7:15pm EST that you’ll be able to stream online. Wilco’s set is scheduled to begin around 6pm PST/9pm EST.