Solo Neil show sounds dope
Saw him do a similar set on the "Le Noise" tour (and again a year or 2 later during the brief Buffalo Springfield reunion). Didn't mind the material from that album as I seem to enjoy the album more than most folks and all the material was new to me at the time. But the early hits were obviously the main appeal ("Tell Me Why" in particular sent a chill down my spine- my fave solo Neil cut- and it was also cool to hear "Cinnamon Girl" done solo). And yeah, the audience I saw it with (in Oakland at the Fox Theater) were pretty loud and stupid. Neil even addressed it at one point when he played a new song dedicated to a friend's child by saying something like "She's a little girl so don't make too much noise or you'll scare her away". But some bimbo still couldn't help yelling "OW!" in the middle of a heartfelt piano rendition of "I Believe In You". Anyway, he probably played "Tonight's The Night" partly because they just released a recording of Crazy Horse playing most songs like at The Roxie right before the album was released (anyone heard that?).
Never saw Radiohead but from what I've heard, they're seasoned pros and are pretty much incapable of putting on a bad show. Was gonna hang out in Golden Gate Park one time they played there (for Outlands maybe?) but got there at the very end of the set so I only got to hear a couple of songs ("Fake Plastic Trees" was one of them) but they sounded amazing.
I've never been much of a concert guy either and having someone to go with definitely motivates me too but at the same time, there's no shame in going to shows on your own if none of your friends are fans. That's what happened when I saw Crimson on that recent 3 drummer tour and that was one of the best shows I've ever seen.