Watch Dinosaur Jr. perform with Johnny Marr, Sonic Youth, Frank Black, and more


    dinosaur jr 25 Watch Dinosaur Jr. perform with Johnny Marr, Sonic Youth, Frank Black, and more

    Last night, Dinosaur Jr. celebrated the 25th anniversary of their renowned 1987 album You’re Living All Over Me with a star-studded concert at New York’s Terminal 5. The setlist included a full performance of the album, along with a second set packed with covers and surprise guests.

    Johnny Marr played guitar on two songs, specifically a cover of The Smiths’ “The Boy With The Thorn In His Side” and “The Wagon”, which also featured Broken Social Scene’s Kevin Drew; Pixies’ Frank Black sat in for a cover of “Tame”; former Sonic Youth members Kim Gordon and Lee Renaldo joined the band for performances of “Don’t” and “Little Fury Things”, respectively; Kurt Vile guested for “Alone”; and Tommy Stinson and Portlandia‘s Fred Armisen appeared for a cover of The Stooges’ “T.V. Eye”.

    Check out video footage of the concert below, followed by the full setlist (via Slicing Up Eyeballs).


    “The Boy With The Thorn In His Side” (with Johnny Marr):

    “Wagon” (with Johnny Marr and Kevin Drew):

    “Tame” (with Frank Black):

    “Don’t” (with Kim Gordon):

    “Little Fury Things” (with Lee Ranaldo):


    “T.V. Eye” (with Tommy Stinson and Fred Armisen):

    Thumb (with Suzanne Thorpe of Mercury Rev)
    Little Fury Things (with Lee Ranaldo)
    The Lung
    In a Jar
    Almost Fare (with Frank Black)
    Tame (Pixies cover) (with Frank Black)
    Alone (with Kurt Vile) (Al Cisnero played guitar and Kyle Spence played drums)
    Don’t Pretend You Didn’t Know
    Watch the Corners
    The Wagon (with Kevin Drew) (And Johnny Marr on second guitar)
    The Boy With The Thorn In His Side (The Smiths cover) (with Johnny Marr)
    Training Ground (Deep Wound cover) (with Dale Crover)
    Gargoyle (with Dale Crover)
    Crucified (Iron Cross cover) (with Don Fleming)
    Don’t (with Kim Gordon)
    T.V. Eye (The Stooges cover) (with Tommy Stinson) (with John Petkovic on vocals and Fred Armisen playing drums)
    Start Choppin
    Freak Scene (with Kevin Drew)

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