Video – Elvis Costello with The Strokes, “Taken For a Fool”
Elvis Costello played a three-song opening set for The Strokes Friday night (April 1) at Madison Square Garden in NYC, then joined the band for their song “Taken For a Fool”.
Courtesy of We All Want Someone to Shout For
We found this pic by Cory E.:
Watch Elvis Costello and The Strokes perform “Taken For a Fool” (video courtesy Zalweesh):
And @RSSchaefer posted this pic:
As of this writing, Elvis has these tour dates lined up:
Elvis Costello and The Imposters 2011 tour dates:
05/07 – Reno, NV @ Grand Sierra Theatre
05/08 – Oakland, CA @ The Fox
05/09 – Oakland, CA @ The Fox
05/11 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Wiltern
05/15 – Chicago, IL @ Chicago Theatre
05/18 – Montclair, NJ @ Wellmont Theatre
05/19 – Upper Darby, PA @ Tower Theatre
05/20 – Boston, MA @ Wang Theatre
05/22 – New York City, NY @ Beacon Theatre
05/23 – New York City, NY @ Beacon Theatre
Elvis Costello opens for The Strokes in New York
On April 1, fans turning out for The Strokes at Madison Square Garden were treated to a surprise performance by Elvis Costello.
According to Twitter reports, an unannounced Costello came out, played three songs and left.
@themigs Tweeted that the three songs were “Pump It Up”, “Radio Radio” and “(What’s So Funny) ‘Bout Peace Love and Understanding” – three of Costello’s best known songs.
The Strokes start their tour in support of Angles, their long-awaited fourth album, later this month at Coachella.
Watch The Strokes perform “Taken For a Fool” on David Letterman:
More Elvis Costello photos:
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