Video: Neil Young at Carnegie Hall, Night Three — Jan. 9, 2014

Neil Young, Jan. 9, 2014, Carnegie Hall, via Brooklyn Vegan. Photo by Dana Yavin

Last night, January 9, 2014, Neil Young played his third show at Carnegie Hall’s Isaac Stern Auditorium in New York City.

Check out a nice sampling of the show.

The setlist is here.

(Also check my posts with videos from the January 6 show here and the January 7 show here.)

“Love In Mind”:

“Only Love Can Break Your Heart”:



“Are You Ready For The Country”:



“Changes” (different clip)”


“Old Man”:

“Goin’ Back”:

“A Man Needs A Maid”:


“Ohio” (another video):

“Southern Man”:

“Needle and the Damage Done”:

“Harvest Moon”:

“After The Goldrush”:

“Heart Of Gold”:

“Comes A Time”:

“Long May You Run”:

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