Watch Dinosaur Jr. Perform With Johnny Marr, Frank Black, Kim Gordon, Lee Ranaldo, Tommy Stinson, & More In NYC

Tom Breihan | December 3, 2012 - 12:01 pm

On Saturday night, Dinosaur Jr. played a big show at New York’s Terminal 5 to celebrate the 25th anniversary of their album You’re Living All Over Me. They started out the show by playing the album in full, and then they went on to play another set full of special guests. Johnny Marr sat in to help cover the Smiths’ “The Boy With The Thorn In His Side” and “The Wagon,” Frank Black helped out on a version of the Pixies’ “Tame,” and Tommy Stinson and Fred Armisen helped to cover the Stooges’ “TV Eye.” Other guests included Kim Gordon, Lee Ranaldo, Broken Social Scene’s Kevin Drew, opener Kurt Vile, Gumball’s Don Fleming, Mercury Rev’s Suzanne Thorpe, and others. Watch some videos from the show below.


(via Consequence Of Sound, where you’ll also find a full setlist)

Apparently, this show was pretty much Hot 97 Summer Jam for aging indie dudes, and as an aging indie dude, I’m pretty bummed that I wasn’t there.