Hoboken, New Jersey - Pier A Park (7/26)

Did You Know?
In 1783, the “island” was purchased by Colonel John Stevens for 18,360 pounds sterling, about $100,000 today, and settled on the name Hoboken. Colonel Stevens began transforming the wild but beautiful waterfront into a resort, and created a path called River Walk, which meandered along the waterfront to what were then Elysian Fields. The spacious meadow became a popular center for recreation. On June 19th, 1846 the first organized baseball game was played on the site. The New York Nine defeated the Knickerbockers by a score of 23 to 1.

Thanks! McFitzson

Lineup: Bob Dylan and His Band, Wilco, My Morning Jacket & Ryan Bingham

Ryan Bingham
Beg For Broken Legs
Tell My Mother I Miss Her So
Southside Of Heaven
Too Deep To Fill

My Morning Jacket
First Light
The Way That He Sings
Off the Record
Steam Engine
(with Brian Jackson)
It Beats 4 U
(with Brian Jackson)
The Bottle
(Gil Scott-Heron cover) (with Brian Jackson)
Victory Dance
Wordless Chorus
Don't Do It
(The Band cover) (with Ryan Bingham)

Dawned On Me
Forget The Flowers
Handshake Drugs
I Am Trying To Break Your Heart>
Art Of Almost
Shouldn't Be Ashamed
Feed Of Man (w/Warren Haynes on slide guitar)
I'm The Man Who Loves You
I Got You (At The End of the Century)
I Wish I Was Your Mother (w/Ian Hunter on acoustic guitar, harmonica and lead vocals and James Mastro on mandolin)
California Stars (w/Hunter, Mastro and Haynes; Haynes on guitar solos)
All The Young Dudes (w/Hunter, Mastro, Haynes, My Morning Jacket and Ryan Bingham)

Bob Dylan
Things Have ChangedLove Sick
High Water (For Charley Patton
Soon After Midnight
Early Roman Kings
Tangled Up In Blue
Duquesne Whistle
She Belongs To Me
Beyond Here Lies Nothin'
A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall
Blind Willie McTell
Simple Twist Of Fate
Summer Days
The Weight (Jim James, Jeff Tweedy and Peter Wolf on guitars and vocals)
All Along The Watchtower

Ballad Of A Thin Man

AmericanaramA in Hoboken: Peter Wolf, Ian Hunter, Bongos' Mastro, and Sexton! (Bob Dylan Examiner)


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