photo by Wes Orshoski


Neil Young returned to the stage with backing band Crazy Horse on Monday night for the second of two shows in Winnipeg, Manitoba, this time moving to the city’s Centennial Concert Hall, and the iconic singer-songwriter continued to offer some rarities that he hadn’t played in years.

Once again, Young kicked off the performance with a set of solo tunes including “Distant Camera,” which he revived on Sunday evening, and the recently debuted “Green is Blue.” Young then teamed up with Crazy Horse—featuring bassist Billy Talbot, drummer Ralph Molina and guitarist/multi-instrumentalist Nils Lofgren—for a set that opened up with “Rockin’ in the Free World” and included the first “Danger Bird” since 2013 followed immediately by the first “Wonderin'” since 1996 (the latter tune originally appeared on Young’s rockabilly-infused 1983 studio album featuring the Shocking Pinks, Everybody’s Rockin’). Young and Crazy Horse then wrapped up their stint in Winnipeg with “Cortez the Killer,” “Fuckin’ Up” and an encore of “Like a Hurricane” and “Hey Hey, My My (Into the Black).”

See last night’s setlist below. Next up for Neil Young is a Northwest run in May leading up to his performance at California’s BottleRock festival. See that schedule below.


Neil Young & Crazy Horse
Centennial Concert Hall, Winnipeg, Manitoba


Out on the Weekend, Distant Camera, War of Man, Old King, Green is Blue, Don’t Let It Bring You Down, Journey Through the Past

with Crazy Horse:

Rockin’ in the Free World, Danger Bird, Wonderin’, The Losing End, Roll Another Number (For the Road), Winterlong, Cortez the Killer, Fuckin’ Up

Enc: Like a Hurricane, Hey Hey My My (Into the Black)



Neil Young Road to BottleRock Tour Dates

May 17 Portland, OR—Keller Auditorium*
May 18 Spokane, WA—Fox Theatre*
May 20 Seattle, WA—Paramount Theatre^
May 21 Seattle, WA—Paramount Theatre^
May 23 Eugene, OR—Matthew Knight Arena^
May 24–26 Napa Valley, CA—BottleRock

* solo
^ w/ Promise of the Real