Counting Crows in Concert In the 15 years since releasing its breakthrough debut, the San Francisco band has become one of the most popular and easily identifiable rock groups in America. Hear Counting Crows perform a show from WXPN and World Cafe Live in Philadelphia.
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Counting Crows in Concert

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Counting Crows in Concert

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Counting Crows in Concert

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Set List

  • "1492"
  • "Hanging Tree"
  • "Insignificant"
  • "Cowboys"
  • "When I Dream of Michelangelo"
  • "You Can't Count on Me"
  • "Washington Square"
  • "Come Around"

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In the 15 years since releasing its breakthrough debut, the San Francisco band Counting Crows has become one of the most popular and easily identifiable rock groups in America. The band followed its 1993 smash August and Everything After with a string of successful tours (alongside Bob Dylan, The Rolling Stones, and others) and follow-up albums. Counting Crows will perform a concert from WXPN and World Cafe Live in Philadelphia.

After selling more than 20 million CDs worldwide and remaining commercially visible on high-profile movie soundtracks, Counting Crows will release its seventh album, Saturday Nights & Sunday Mornings, next month.

Listen to last week's Live Fridays concert, featuring Bob Mould.