Can’t remember all of the songs that band played at the show last night? Trying to figure out if you’ve ever heard your favorite song live? Is a group you loved 10, 20, or 30 years ago doing a reunion tour and you want to see if they’re still playing the hits? If you answered yes to any of these questions then you should visit Setlist.FM. It’s a free, wiki-like service to collect and share set lists. With an extensive database (over 434,000 set lists!) and contributions from fans, it’s likely that you’ll find what you’re looking for.
As part of each setlist, the site pulls songs from YouTube so you can easily listen to the songs in the order they were played. Setlist.FM also compiles charts, such as which album the songs came from and the most popular songs along a tour. The setlists are even embeddable and update as any changes occur.
Here’s the setlist from The Black Keys show last week in Austin (which we reviewed here):
And here’s the setlist from The Beach Boys reunion show this past weekend at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival. They even noted the John Stamos appearance!