Last Summer On Earth Tour 2015: Barenaked Ladies, Violent Femmes & Colin Hay: PNC Waterside Pavilion

Photos by Staci Altomari

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The 1990s ruled Solomons, MD on Friday, July 3rd. The Barenaked Ladies, Violent Femmes and Colin Hay played to an all-ages, packed crowd at the beautiful, waterside arena.

Colin Hay (of Men at Work fame) kicked off the evening with a solo, acoustic performance. He kept the audience engaged and laughing, owning his opening slot space with command and ease. The Violent Femmes rocked through all their old favorites, with the masterful Brian Viglione on drums. Viglione, most known for his membership in the Dresden Dolls, brings spectacular, new energy to their live show. The Barenaked Ladies’ performance focused heavily on their new album Silverball, released last month. The 20 song set also included fan favorites Old Apartment, Light Up My Room, One Week, and If I Had a Million Dollars.

Colin Hay

Overkill  (Men at Work song)

Down Under (Men at Work song)

If I Had Been a Better Man

Waiting for My Real Life to Begin

Next Year People

Violent Femmes

Blister in the Sun

Kiss Off

Good For/At Nothing

Love Love Love Love Love

Waiting for the Bus

Jesus Walking on the Water

Old Mother Reagan

Black Girls

American Music

Gone Daddy Gone

Add It Up

The Barenaked Ladies

Get Back Up

The Old Apartment

Odds Are

Gonna Walk

Toe to Toe

Brian Wilson

Narrow Streets

Who Can It Be Now? 
(Men at Work cover) (with Colin Hay)

Matter of Time

Passcode

Light Up My Room

Did I Say That Out Loud?

Duct Tape Heart

Pinch Me 
(with Colin Hay)

Big Bang Theory Theme

One Week

If I Had $1,000,000

Barenaked Rap

Encore:

Drawing

Rock and Roll 
(Led Zeppelin cover)

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