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Wednesday, January 23, 2019

Neil Young's Solo "Big 3M Theater Tour" Begins Tonight: Riverside Theater, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, January 23

Neil Young's The Big 3M Theater Tour of the Midwest begins tonight at the Riverside Theater, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, January 23.

The solo concert tour continues on to Madison 1/24, and Minneapolis 1/26, 28-29 & 31.

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At 1/23/2019 10:57:00 AM, Blogger Ken N. said...

Don't forget the 4th M: Manitoba!!

At 1/23/2019 11:50:00 AM, Blogger Hawk said...

Will there be a live stream for any of these shows?

At 1/23/2019 03:37:00 PM, Blogger Adam2 said...

I'm sure they fucking get Thrasher. Unlike Chicago

At 1/23/2019 03:56:00 PM, Blogger Laird said...

I utterly envy anyone who gets to see him.....

At 1/23/2019 03:59:00 PM, Blogger Laird said...

The Grand Master.....

At 1/23/2019 07:05:00 PM, Blogger thrasher said...

@ Norris - thanks on the 4th M. while not full solo + CH

@ Hawk - not tonight. check for last night of run.

@ Adam2 - always hoping for a thrasher...

@ Laird - a treat, for sure

Neil's comments on NYA T-C are intriguing for the setlist tonight:

"The songs are coming back. Here they are! Wow. They are are not the ones that usually show up. They are better known. Because they are easy to sing they are perfect. This is the moment to explore their grooves, their canyons, their computer history."

a setlist less heavy on rarities?

At 1/23/2019 09:28:00 PM, Blogger Senor said...

omg he opened with Sail Away

At 1/23/2019 10:36:00 PM, Blogger Unknown said...

How do you know?

At 1/23/2019 11:36:00 PM, Blogger anon said...

NY Riverside Milwaukee

Benjamin Button opened
VERY impressive

HEARTFELT LOSS was the thematic thread

Acoustic Guitar
Mansion on the Hill
Heart of Gold
Out on the Weekend

Old King

Piano (painted)
When Green is Blue?NEW?

Acoustic Guitar
Cortez the Killer
Harvest Moon
War of Man

Piano (grand), Harmonica Intro
then Acoustic Guitar
One of These Days

Acoustic Guitar
Cowgirl in the Sand

Acoustic 12 String

Piano (painted)
Back in the Olden Days?NEW?

Acoustic Guitar
Don’t Be Denied (aborted after 1st verse)
Homefires unreleased

White Gretsch Electric

Acoustic Guitar
Everybody Knows This is Nowhere
My My Hey Hey


At 1/24/2019 03:06:00 AM, Blogger whodroppedthefruit said...

Why is this called the "Big 3M Tour?" is 3M sponsoring it?

At 1/24/2019 05:39:00 AM, Blogger Soldier Steve said...

2019-01-23, Riverside Theater, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA

1. Mansion On The Hill
2. Heart Of Gold
3. Like A Hurricane
4. Out On The Weekend
5. Old King
6. (Green Is Blue)*
7. Cortez The Killer
8. Harvest Moon
9. War Of Man
10. One Of These Days
11. Cowgirl In The Sand
12. Thrasher
13. (Olden Days)*
14. Don't Be Denied
15. Homefires
16. Ohio
17. Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere
18. My My, Hey Hey (Out Of The Blue)
19. Tumbleweed

* - song debut
Don't Be Denied aborted after 1st verse.

Set list from

Soldier Steve

At 1/24/2019 07:12:00 AM, Blogger Unknown said...

Milwaukee, Madison, and Minneapolis!

At 1/24/2019 07:47:00 AM, Blogger Adam2 said...


At 1/24/2019 08:12:00 AM, Blogger RedSun Dunn said...

I was at Chicago and thought the show was superb as did those that were with me. I see you continually commenting negatively on a fabulous show. We actually got 4 more songs than a prior show that tour

At 1/24/2019 08:55:00 AM, Blogger Adam2 said...

Yeah and the second night? 2 minor changes. Number of songs dropped. Then later shows get back to back nights packed with rarities. I didnt pay to see both shows for 2 unique songs the second show.

At 1/24/2019 09:21:00 AM, Blogger Jamjet said...

It’s a shame you payed at all. Your seat could have been taken by someone who understands that the experience as an audience member is to exist with Neil, not merely to be ‘entertainined’ by him. It must be hard to have had such expectations and to be let down but you’ve sadly missed the point. Conduct unbecoming....

At 1/24/2019 10:11:00 AM, Blogger Hawk said...

Amen, Jamjet. Adam's comments have been weird ever since these shows were announced. I too would love for Neil to perform all my favorite songs at my favorite local venue. That is not a realistic expectation...

At 1/24/2019 10:12:00 AM, Blogger Hawk said...

Thanks for the setlist, and I hope everyone enjoyed themselves last night!

At 1/24/2019 10:38:00 AM, Blogger wsanjose01 said...

Thanks for the early setlist anon. you beat everybody. oh when will the Bozos shut the hell up. No more alcohol sold.

At 1/24/2019 10:46:00 AM, Blogger thrasher said...

At 1/24/2019 11:21:00 AM, Blogger Adam2 said...

Jamjet, you have no idea whatsoever what you are talking about. Maybe I'm upset because I paid 500 dollars for 2 shows, and got a second night in a row of the exact same setlist without any rarities an ARCHIVES PRE SALE SHOW should entail

At 1/24/2019 11:22:00 AM, Blogger annelizabeth said...

That review at jsonline is GARBAGE

MUCH better one here, from a real Rustie:

At 1/24/2019 11:22:00 AM, Blogger Adam2 said...

Oh I "co existed with Neil". On two nights where he played the same fucking set. And later shows in the same God damn tour, he plays rarities left and right with completely different setlists both nights. Wow I'm so lucky

At 1/24/2019 11:27:00 AM, Blogger thrasher said...

Thanks Anne! Much better.

@ adam - why not run up to Madison tonight and give us a report? If disappointed, we'll run fundraiser for you here on TW.


At 1/24/2019 11:47:00 AM, Blogger Adam2 said...

I almost got tix to this Thrash. That's why it hurts. And I'm not a jerk who hates Neil. I love Neil and like you know that Thrasher is his greatest song and the most pure expression of NY.

At 1/24/2019 11:48:00 AM, Blogger Adam2 said...

I didnt have the money. I didn't have the money for Chicago.

At 1/24/2019 11:50:00 AM, Blogger Jamjet said...

You are a lucky person indeed Adam2. You managed to see him twice!

Last nights show, for me anyway...... was amazing!

At 1/24/2019 12:43:00 PM, Blogger Jonathan said...

Adam2 - call a whaaaaaaambulance

At 1/24/2019 12:46:00 PM, Blogger thrasher said...

@ jam jet- would love to hear more from you on last night, please.

At 1/24/2019 12:49:00 PM, Blogger Soldier Steve said...

Neil says Great Crowd last night. What show did that reviewer attend. Fake review I guess.Check the Times Contrarion section that Neil wrote.

At 1/24/2019 01:34:00 PM, Blogger wsanjose01 said...

The reviewer found the crowd rude. Im sure theres many times where they were. It doesnt make the review fake. But yea, whats most important is the performer didnt. If youre frustrated at the song selection well you pay your money and take your chances. Like is a constant crap shoot of unknowns.

At 1/24/2019 02:51:00 PM, Blogger Dan1 said...

Adam, if your thing is set list variation and rarities (cant blame you) next time buy cheap(er) seats in the balcony and see more shows ... Neil plays what Neil feels like playing ... we all know that if you go in to a Neil show w expectations you will be likely be disappointed ...

At 1/24/2019 03:12:00 PM, Blogger annelizabeth said...

That reviewer has a history of trying way too hard with his "hot takes"...

He's the same guy responsible for this review, an egregious sin of blasphemy for which I will never forgive him

It's a known fact, backed up by science, that Willie has never put on a bad show...

At 1/24/2019 03:31:00 PM, Blogger Unknown said...

One More Sign. Never had been played anywhere. Rare enough for you?

At 1/24/2019 03:41:00 PM, Blogger anon said...

The show was shaping up to be an all time GREAT one!
Neil was clearly channeling loss, grief and melancholy with both his song selections, pacing and interpretations of his classics and he was in the zone like I’ve rarely seen him.
As it progressed the crowd got rowdier and It was annoying but those in the crowd shouting were out of love, not anger or bitterness.
You could tell Neil was getting pissed and he dropped a few hints.
Finally, just like the second night acoustic show in Chicago years ago, got fed up, played a few more and left.
Unfortunately, It happened obviously during don’t be denied.

Having said all that, last night was the best solo NEIL I’ve seen in over 50 shows going back to 1974.Even better than that epic acoustic show at Red Rocks many years ago.

If some in the crowd had been just a bit more subdued in their exuberance and love, it easily coulda been a 2-3 hour show!

My guess is if Madison can be a bit more restrained, tonight could be EPIC!
Neil WANTS and NEEDS to play these songs given all that’s happened over the last several years...
If we allow him, this could be the BEST EVER!

At 1/24/2019 05:27:00 PM, Blogger tolstoigorky said...

Adam, it's all one song.

At 1/24/2019 06:57:00 PM, Blogger Babbo B. said...

Neil does not play two- to three-hour solo shows these days. Here's what he had to say about last night in the Times-Contrarian: "We had a great time in Milwaukee. Played some songs for the folks! It's always great to get the first one behind you. What a crowd! - a real NYA experience."

At 1/24/2019 07:14:00 PM, Blogger Babbo B. said...

And he did play five more songs after Don't Be Denied, which others have said was abandoned because of tuning issues.

At 1/24/2019 07:51:00 PM, Blogger Unknown said...

I felt there was some rude behavior at the Milwaukee show...but Neil did not seem phased at all. I have a pretty low threshold for the stupid yelling in the middle of an acoustic song and I would prefer to hear Neil's guitar work to the end of a song rather than a chorus of Ric Flair-esque "woo"s. I also can do without people singing along with Neil (which seemed more prevalent last night than any other show I've attended). The most annoying behavior was cell phone related. Lots of folks ignoring ushers requests to stop and annoying flashes of light. Crotchety complaining aside, it was a fantastic show. Better version of Thrasher than I had previously seen in Chicago a few years back. Interesting new song that referenced the recent fires. Somber tone throughout. Seemed to make it a point to bring Harvest Moon to a more dramatic conclusion. The incomplete Don't Be Denied was a nice tease (which included a dramatic hand raised stop sign when he ended it). Could never hear Heart if Gold again and be okay with that. But cool to hear Mansion on the Hill on acoustic and Like a Hurricane (though I love the pump organ version). Cortez is always welcome...along with Cowgirl and My My Hey Hey. Cherish each show folks.

At 1/24/2019 08:10:00 PM, Blogger Unknown said...

I was at the Milwaukee show and found some of crowd to be rude, but Neil did not seem phased at all. I always find it to be a head-scratcher when folks scream nonsense in the middle of an acoustic song. This also goes for the odd chorus of Ric Flair-esque "WOOS" that erupt as he is trying to close out a song. He did seem to me to make a point to re-end Harvest Moon in a more dramatic and proper way after the crowd assumed he was done. I am also not a huge fan of people singing along with Neil (which happened during the entire EKTIN). Those crotchety complaints was a fantastic show. Interesting new songs, including one that referenced the recent California fires. Cool to hear Mansion on the Hill on acoustic. Like a Hurricane, Cortez, My My Hey Hey, and Out on the Weekend are always welcome. Better version of Thrasher than I had previously seen in Chicago a few years back. The tease of Don't Be Denied was pretty wonderful (along with a very dramatic raised hand as he ended it early). After each show I could rundown a huge list of songs I wished he had played...but fuck, he isn't going to play a 5 hour set. Could go the rest of my life without hearing Heart of Gold...but that's just me. Cherish every show....

Brian- Tinley Park, IL

At 1/24/2019 08:10:00 PM, Blogger Unknown said...

Sorry for the double post.

At 1/24/2019 09:02:00 PM, Blogger Hansolo74 said...

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At 1/24/2019 09:07:00 PM, Blogger Hansolo74 said...

I thought the show was great. Mansion was so unexpected- I was over the moon instantly. Somone requested everybody knows and he played it. +1 for the song shouters haha..

I don’t really mind when people sing along to certain songs.. I get why people don’t like that, but when we all sang my my hey hey I had chills. I thought the crowd was positive and enthusiastic- not like Chicago last year, which was more rude and aggressive “PLAY OLD MAN, OLD MAN”- this show wasn’t like that.
Let the people celebrate his music.. The crowd was pretty cool. Maybe it was just my section, maybe it’s just me.

At any rate that was the best solo show I’ve seen.

At 1/24/2019 09:12:00 PM, Blogger anon said...

Nailed it, my man

At 1/24/2019 09:13:00 PM, Blogger anon said...

Watch and see what happens in Madison

At 1/25/2019 01:42:00 AM, Blogger Babbo B. said...

So, 20 songs tonight in Madison (with a reportedly well-behaved crowd), 19 last night. So much for the cut-it-short theory.

At 1/25/2019 06:59:00 AM, Blogger Soldier Steve said...

2019-01-24, Overture Hall, Madison, Wisconsin, USA

1. Sugar Mountain
2. I Am A Child
3. Razor Love
4. Mansion On The Hill
5. Like A Hurricane
6. Only Love Can Break Your Heart
7. Old King
8. (Green Is Blue)
9. Journey Through The Past
10. One Of These Days
11. Rockin' In The Free World
12. Thrasher
13. See The Sky About To Rain
14. Ohio
15. Homefires
16. Out On The Weekend
17. Harvest
18. Comes A Time
19. Heart Of Gold
20. Tumbleweed

At 1/25/2019 02:51:00 PM, Blogger thrasher said...

Neil Young My My Hey Hey Jan 23 2019 Riverside Theater Milwaukee

At 1/27/2019 12:08:00 AM, Blogger Jamjet said...


Apologies Thrasher, I have been traveling

I was lucky enough to manage center front row seats with my wife.

For me, a Neil concert is always preempted with the anticipatory thought of: “Is Neil going to connect with us tonight?” “Will a 5 minute song morph into a 20 minute jam?”

You never know exactly what Neil you’re going to get. It is that journey of discovery which makes his shows so special.

Milwaukee confused me a tad. First, let me say it was, without a doubt, the best solo performance I’ve seen to date. There was something amiss. I don’t think it was a reaction to the crowd as a news article suggest. Yes he did comment on the crowd noise and the tuning of his guitar, although in between songs while he was praised by the audience. He didn’t appear to have a defined set list for the night. He wandered aimlessly from the guitar cluster to the multiple pianos, sometimes hesitating at each as if deciding which to play.

My confusion lies in the aborted songs. He started playing “One of these days” on the piano. As the news articles have posted, he stood up mid song from the piano and finished on the guitar. What I saw prior to him standing up was this, while playing he turned toward the crowd while seated as if to get up, I whispered to my wife “something’s up”. Immediately thereafter he stood up and walked over to his chair and picked up a guitar. No one knew whether he would remain with “one of these days” or not. He did.

When he aborted “Don’t Be Denied”-one of my favorites- and stuck out his hand, I didn’t see it as due to the crowd, maybe I was so damn immersed while listening to Neil that I didn’t hear the crowd. When he stuck out his hand, his hand was turned sideways not upright, as if putting your hand in front of your face to block a bright light. It appeared labored, hesitant and unsure, as if he couldn’t make up his mind. I just didn’t see it as a gesture of annoyance with the crowd but more as not feeling connected to that song.

Neil played one song on the electric, “Ohio.” It was grungy and thunderous. Probably the most passionate rendition I’ve ever witnessed.

I typically insist on purchasing a few extra tickets for friends in hopes they will have a near spiritual experience, as I do. This night would have made that happen.

We made the trek from Arizona and only wished we had committed to more of the big M shows.

At 2/01/2019 09:46:00 PM, Blogger LivingBeing said...

At 2/03/2019 07:04:00 PM, Blogger LivingBeing said...

I find myself back in Milwaukee where I grew up as my Mom has had two major strokes over the last year, not sure what her future holds. Not sure if getting back to Vegas is in my future either. And now winter has set in.
So the announcement of Neil coming to town was most welcome news.
First show of a quick run, coming just months after his marriage and losing his house in the wildfires and just weeks after Pegi died- it would be especially interesting to see how was doing, what he had to share this time around.
From the first few chords of Mansion on the hill I could feel we were in for a very special night. As Neil said this night, " they really did a blue ribbon job" with the Riverside theatre. I've seen many shows here including Neil in 92 and the sound and view has always been everything you could hope for. Even from where I was all the way in the back row. He was pulling out the more familiar stuff from his incredible catalog and something just felt right about it even though I've always tended to pull for some of the deeper cuts. The two debut tracks he played this evening were very moving for me , I'm especially looking forward to his next release if this is where his head and heart are at, very touching stuff.
The crowd was not the most disrespectful I've come across at a Neil show. In fact from where I was at people were pretty respectful. Later on I would hear an increase in shouts for "old man", people proclaiming their love for him and so on. But their rapture didn't impose on my own experience for the most part. Whether the crowd bothered Neil as some reviews suggested, well his remarks the next day seemed to be what a nice crowd and as for the sudden stop during Don't be denied, where he raised his hand (basically the same angle he holds it on the back cover of csny American Dream album) it seemed as if it was just an indication to the audience that that's all and he was just kinda still exploring things somewhat on this first night, sorta how he went from piano over to guitar in the middle of One of these days. Seemed as if he wasn't quite locked in at some points.
But when and where he was locked in, wow, it was really magic at times. I think vocally he was really in the zone and even on guitar. And again, the setlist was a real joy.
As I left I ran into an old friend and bandmate, we had a misunderstanding years ago, lost touch and there in the theatre we made peace. More magic.
In one of the songs he debuted this night he sang of life going so fast and wanting a day that will last. That is exactly the kinda of day I had thanks Neil and this show. May he get his wish too. Peace


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