Watch Andrew Bird in concert at the Palace Theatre

Andrew Bird performs live from the Palace Theatre on September 27, 2019 (MPR Video)

Watch Andrew Bird perform a full concert recorded live at the Palace Theatre in St. Paul, Minn., on Friday, Sept. 27, 2019. On the final tour date in support of My Finest Work Yet (with the cover artwork that is a direct homage to Jacques-Louis David's "The Death of Marat"), Bird and his band bring a provocative blend of rock, jazz, and Americana to life in a show that features all the songs from the album, delightful dips into Bird's back catalog, and a string of beguiling covers in the encore.

Band Members

Andrew Bird - vocals, violin, guitar, whistling
Ted Poor - drums, backing vocals
Alan Hampton - bass, backing vocals
Madison Cunningham - guitar, backing vocals
Tyler Chester - keys

Set List

"Cracking Codes"
"Truth Lies Low"
"Roma Fade"
"Proxy War"
"Don The Struggle"
"Bellevue Bridge Club"
"Give It Away"
"Left Handed Kisses"
"Orpheo Looks Back"
"Tin Foil"
"Three White Horses"
"Caravan" (Duke Ellington)
"Railroad Bill" (Traditional)
"Gentle On My Mind" (John Hartford)
"Pulaski At Night"


Audio: Michael DeMark
Camera Operators: Nate Ryan, Mary Mathis, Helen Teague, Eric Romani
Video Director and Production Manager: Erik Stromstad
Social media and engagement: Luke Taylor

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External Link

Andrew Bird - official site

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