Taken from HARDY's show at GLC Live at 20 Monroe in Grand Rapids, Michigan on February 17 2023
HARDY recently kicked off his 2023 the mockingbird & THE CROW tour in Indianapolis, Indiana.
After taking a brief break from touring over the Winter as he focussed on his album rollout, the Mississippi songsmith has launched himself back into a jam-packed run of live shows.
Judging from his setlist so far, he's been incorporating plenty of tracks from the new album, the mockingbird & THE CROW, into his live shows - particularly those from the rock half of the project.
Here you can find HARDY's updated setlist as he embarks on his 2023 concert tour.
HARDY has become notorious for the riotous atmosphere he instigates in his live shows. From the outset, he sends a fizz of electricity surging through the crowd with part-screamed renditions of ‘SOLD OUT’, ‘KILL SH!T TILL I DIE’, ‘JACK’ and ‘BOOTS’.
Later on in the show, the country-rock titan gives the audience a breather as he performs acoustic versions of two much-loved ballads, ‘i in country’ and ‘SIGNED, SOBER YOU’.
Fans will be excited to see that HARDY has been performing one of his earliest songs, ‘REDNECKER’, as part of the encore.
During this final part of the show, the chart-topping singer-songwriter has also been covering Blake Shelton's anthemic track, ‘God's Country’, which was written by HARDY.
As is also the case with his discography, championing his country roots is a key theme throughout HARDY's set, with down-home celebrations such as ‘UNAPOLOGETICALLY COUNTRY AS HELL’ and ‘THE REDNECK SONG’ all featuring during his live shows.
Unsurprisingly, HARDY's ominous Lainey Wilson collaboration, ‘wait in the truck’, makes its way into his 2023 setlist. The dark, haunting song remains in the Top Top of Billboard's Country Airplay chart.
The duo have performed the single live on a number of occasions over the course of the past six months, most recently on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.
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