Here's a list of the songs she played... but it's not a "set" list because they aren't in the order she played them. :)
The Alien Song
Gentleman Who Fell
It's Your Life
Bang Your Head
You Did It All Before
In A Glade
Strange Behaviour (new!)
Precious Time (new!)
Miles Away (new!)
Close To You (new!)
[Please note that the titles of the new songs are just working titles.]
The show was *great*! The band was good, and Milla's voice was in good shape (though it broke once or twice). She's a very dynamic performer and really puts a lot into her show. I was right in front of her and she just blew me away! :) The new songs were great, and I hope at least some of them make it onto her next album. She played the guitar on a couple of them, and managed to break a string. Oh, if you go to see them request "The Blue Goat". It's a Swedish folk song that some of the band learned, and you'll probably get a laugh even if they don't play it (they didn't play it for us). :)
One problem that arose was that it soon became obvious that there were a lot of people there who weren't Milla fans, and were instead just locals out for a good time. Remember when I said that there was a bad reason for people not recognizing her when she walked through? There was a core of people up near the stage who had obviously come to see Milla, but there were plenty of people who were just drinking and talking. Milla was clearly annoyed by their behavior, but her attempts at hints to be quiet were mostly ignored. For example, when she introduced The Alien Song she emphasized the subtitle "For those who listen." After the show she told someone that she hadn't seen a "good" crowd yet this tour, and in my opinion that's because of the venues she's performing in.
Milla performed for about 1.5 hours, and after she was done I stuck around hoping to get a chance to talk to her. At first I didn't even notice that she had come outside and was talking to people... she just sort of blended in with the crowd, many of who had stayed. She talked to a few people who approached her, and even had her palm read. :) I walked up to her and said hi, and told her that her I thought the show had been great, and she thanked me. While she signed the back of my cd booklet (To Mike: Thank you _so_ much! You're very sweet. Enjoy! Love Milla [then she drew a little smiley face]) I mentioned that I had driven more than three hours to get to the concert, and explained that I would have liked to have seen her in Providence but that I was going to see Sarah that day. She didn't ask "Sarah who?" :) She mentioned that she had opened for Sarah in Boston, and seemed surprised when I told her that Sarah had only done four songs there (since that was how many Milla did as well if I remember Meredith's comments).
Then she told me that she was going to play a short set over at a coffeehouse across the street (because her younger fans hadn't been able to get into the bar to see her) and asked if I was going to go. I of course said yes. :)
She talked to a few more people, and then her and the band went over to the coffeehouse, and performed a short set for about 25 people. :) The band played the guitar, bass, "fiddle", and melodica. She did three songs, a new untitled one, Charlie, and You Did It All Before. It was a great set, the crowd was perfect. :)
By the time all of this was over it was a little after 1:00AM, and since I was facing a 3.5 hour drive I headed home. It was *easily* the greatest concert experience I've ever had!