5. September 12, 2012 - Wiltern Theatre: Los Angeles, CA
Here's another show from the Spontaneous Curation series that features a ridiculous
setlist. MMJ were in the middle of a three-night stand at L.A.'s Wiltern and did a
phenomenal job of mixing it up. They even brought out Iron & Wine for a take on George
Harrison's "Isn't It A Pity."
4. June 16, 2006 - Bonnaroo: Manchester, TN
My Morning Jacket always lays down outstanding performances at Bonnaroo and we're huge
fans of the relentless two sets they delivered in 2006. Andrew Bird guests, the band
tackles a diverse set of covers such as "Loving Cup" and "It Makes No Difference" as they
were clearly on top of their game and happy to show it.
3. December 31, 2008 - Madison Square Garden: New York, NY
Perhaps the highest profile gig in My Morning Jacket history was when the band headlined
Madison Square Garden for New Year's Eve 2008 - 2009. The group went all in that night and
we'd love to hear a soundboard recording of the show.
2. March 10, 2007 - Langerado: Sunrise, FL
My Morning Jacket headlined the last Langerado Festival held at Sunrise's Markham Park.
They won many new fans that night as they strung together one of their best songs after
another during a year in which they only played a handful of shows.
1. October 18 - 23, 2010 - Terminal 5: New York, NY
There's no doubt that the shows we'd most like to see released in the new series are from
My Morning Jacket's superb five-show run at Terminal 5 in New York City from October '10.
Each night MMJ would play one of their albums in their entirety before finishing off the
show with one insane rarity after another. It's time these recordings were put into fans's