Friends, Family and Fans Join Together at ‘Love For Levon’ Concert. Here’s the Setlist and Videos.

Posted 04 Oct 2012 in Music + TV News












Last night was the Love for Levon concert. I wasn’t there so I can’t review it, but I’ll be glad to give you the setlist. The picture here is that of a cake that honored the great musician.

We’re consistently searching for and adding more videos so stop back! 

Love For Levon Setlist

Set one

  1. “The Shape I’m In” with Warren Haynes
  2. “Long Black Veil” with Gregg Allman and Warren Haynes
  3. “Trouble in Mind” with Jorma Kaukonen and Barry Mitterhoff
  4. “This Wheel’s On Fire” featuring the Levon Helm Band
  5. “Little Birds” featuring The Dirt Farmer Band
  6. “Move Along Train” with Mavis Staples
  7. “Life is a Carnival” with Allen Toussaint
  8. “When I Paint My Masterpiece” with John Prine and Garth Hudson
  9. “Anna Lee” with Bruce Hornsby, Amy Helm, Larry
  10. ‘I Ain’t Got No Home” with Jakob Dylan
  11. “Whispering Pines” with Lucinda Williams
  12. “Rag Mama Rag” with John Hiatt and Mike Gordon of Phish

Set two

  1. “Don’t Do It” with David Bromberg and Joan Osborne:
  2. “I Shall Be Released” with Grace Potter
  3. “Tears of Rage” with Ray LaMontagne and John Mayer
  4. “Rocking Chair” with Dierks Bentley
  5. “Chest Fever” with Dierks Bentley and Garth Hudson
  6. “A Train Robbery” with Eric Church
  7. “Get Up Jake” with Eric Church”
  8. “Tennessee Jed” with John Mayer
  9. “Up On Cripple Creek” with Joe Walsh and Robert Randolph
  10. “Ophelia” featuring My Morning Jacket
  11. “It Makes No Difference” featuring My Morning Jacket
  12. “The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down” featuring Roger Waters and My Morning Jacket
  13. “Wide River to Cross” featuring Roger Waters and Amy Helm
  14. “The Weight”

Here are the concert videos that we have placed together on one playlist if you want to just click once and let them all play!

This isn’t from the Love for Levon concert but I wanted to include it anyway. It’s Levon’s friend Joe Walsh giving a stirring rendition of “I Shall Be Released.” He dedicated it to Levon at every show he did this summer. I saw one of those shows. I loved the way Joe was willing to share the moment with his vocalists just like Levon was always willing to do. Enjoy! 

Posted by Larry Carta

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