Another Buckley connection for you (Joan in the previous post was his ex), for both the snippet late on in the set, and the fact that Glen was a friend of Jeffs.
The Frames have been around since 1990, yet they didn't get very much love outside Ireland until singer Glen Hassard played the guitarist Outspan "Fender Bender" Foster in the movie The Commitments in 2003. In 2007 he got back into movies, starring in ex-bass player John Carneys Once, playing a role he did at 13 in Dublin (in real life) as a busker, and consequently won an award (Oscar?) for original song as he wrote the soundtrack, which he performed with his co-star, some woman with an eastern European name I don't recall.
Anyway, great band, great show. Enjoy!
01: Intro 02: Keepsake 03: Dream Awake 04: Finally 05: Lay Me Down 06: What Happens When the Heart Just Stops 07: God Bless Mom 08: People All Get Ready 09: Seven Day Mile 10: Happy (Sam Kassirer on piano) 11: Too Many Sad Words Make A Sad Sad Song 12: Pavement Tune 13: Fake
01: Your Face / Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Pink Floyd cover) 02: Revelate 03: Underglass 04: Friends and Foe 05: Leave (Glen solo) 06: Come and Find Me (with Josh Ritter) 07: Star Star (Medley Pure Imagination from Willy Wonka, Run by Snow Patrol, and Most Beautiful Widow In Town by Sparklehorse) 08: Fitzcarraldo 09: The Man in Me (Dylan Cover with Josh Ritter, Sam Kassirer and Zack Hickman) 10: Last Goodbye (Jeff Buckley tease) 11: Red Chord