Pearl Jam Busts Out Rarities In Worcester
Pearl Jam kicked off their first two-night run of the tour with the first of two shows at the DCU Center in Worcester, MA. Starting the show with “Release,” the band moved through a set full of new and old as they worked in cuts from their latest release Lightning Bolt as well as some bustouts.
The first surprise came in the middle of the set when the band worked in the Jeff Ament composition “Nothing As It Seems” which rarely shows up in setlists. Towards the end of the set, the band delivered another rarity, busting out “Leash,” a long sought after cut. The first encore featured acoustic versions of “Man of the Hour” (written for the soundtrack to Big Fish) as well as the Lost Dogs track “Fatal.” Released in 2003, “Fatal” ranks as the biggest bustout of the evening. The tour continues tonight in Worcester, MA.
Be sure to check out Fifteen Essential Pearl Jam Studio Tracks over on Relix.com.
Here’s a look at the full setlist:
Pearl Jam, October 15, 2013, DCU Center, Worcester, MA
Elderly Woman Behind the Counter in a Small Town
Mind Your Manners
Nothing as It Seems
Let the Records Play
Do the Evolution
Better Man/Save It For Later
Man of the Hour
Spin the Black Circle