Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit Share Innings Festival 2020 Live Set

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Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit released audio of their February 29 performance from the 2020 Innings Festival in Tempe, Arizona via Bandcamp. The Leap Year Day set marked The 400 Unit’s last show before stay at home orders went into place.

The show features a nearly career-spanning set from Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit and kicks off with “Go It Alone” from their 2011 album, Here We Rest. The band then delivered more recent material with “Hope The High Road” from their 2017 album, The Nashville Sound, followed by the title track from Isbell’s 2015 LP, Something More Than Free.

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Isbell and company continued with “Overseas” from the singer-songwriter and guitarist’s current album, Reunions, which had not yet come out at the time. “If We Were Vampires” followed ahead of the live debut of “Be Afraid,” as per SetlistFM, which also landed on Reunions. “24 Frames” and “Last Of My Kind” came next before “Cover Me Up” and “Super 8” from Isbell’s 2013 album, Southeastern. Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit closed out the evening with the only cover of the night, Fleetwood Mac’s “Oh Well.”

Stream show opener “Go It Alone” below:

Also check out audience-shot video of “Overseas” and “Oh Well” via Trey Wilson:

Overseas

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Oh Well

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Setlist

Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit at Tempe Arts Park

  • Go It Alone
  • Hope the High Road
  • Something More Than Free  
  • Overseas
  • If We Were Vampires
  • Be Afraid  
  • 24 Frames  
  • Last of My Kind
  • Cover Me Up  
  • Super 8  
  • Oh Well  

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