Montreal set list and videos


Here’s the set list and some videos from the Montreal show.  If some more videos pops out, I will update it!
Thanks for all the uploader!

01- Intro/ Chinese Democracy 
02- Welcome To The Jungle 
03- It’s So Easy
04- Mr. Brownstone 
05- Estranged 
06- Better 
07- Rocket Queen
08- Richard Fortus Guitar Solo
09- Live and Let Die
10- This I Love 
11- Used to Love Her
12- Motivation [Tommy Stinson Solo]
13- Band introduction
14- No Quarter [Dizzy Reed Solo]
15- Catcher In Te Rye
16- You Could Be Mine
17- DJ Ashba Guitar Solo
18- Sweet Child O’ Mine 
19- Another Brick In The Wall, Part 2 (Pink Floyd)
20- November Rain 
21- Bumblefoot Solo
22- Don’t Cry 
23- Don’t Let It Bring You Down (Neil Young)
24- Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door 
25- Nightrain 
 
Encore
 
26- Angie (Rolling Stones) 
27- Patience
28- The Seeker (The Who)
29- Paradise City 

Happy birthday “Appetite for destruction”


 

On this day today, 25 years ago, one of the greatest Rock N’ Roll album of all time was released!  

The first time I listened to it I was hooked like millions!

Congrats to all people that was involved in that amazing album, and happy 25th birthday “Appetite for destruction”!

February 12th, 2012 New York, NY @ Terminal 5


WOW!  I am fucking amazed of how this band sounds.  They are on top of their game, and, to tell you the truth, they are probably on top of ANAYTHING that happened in rock these past years!  Truly amazed by all the buzz surrounding them these days!

And you know whats cool?  THey are again playing in NY tomorrow night, at Terminal 5.  Anybody going?  Well have fun people!

Terminal 5 is a New York City music venue in Hell’s Kitchen, located at 610 West 56th Street, west of 11th Avenue. It has a multi-level event site with five distinct room environments. It has a capacity of 3,000 people.[1]

Alcoholic beverages are served during events and empanadas from Empanada Mama are available for purchase on the third floor. The venue is operated by The Bowery Presents, a group stemming from Bowery Ballroom.

The venue was formerly the nightclub Club Exit until its closure by the DEA in 2003.

The opening band for that show will be The Chelsea Smiles

PHOTO CREDIT: Fernando Lebeis

Worcester set list, pics and videos


SET LIST

Intro

Chinese Democracy

Welcome To The Jungle  

It’s So Easy

Mr. Brownstone  

Sorry

Scraped

Estranged

Richard Fortus Solo

Live And Let Die

This I Love

Rocket Queen  

Sonic Reducer Tommy on vocal

Dizzy Piano Solo

Street Of Dreams

You Could Be Mine  

Dj ASHBA Guitar Solo

Sweet Child O’ Mine  

Axl Rose Piano Solo

November Rain

Dont Cry  

Knockin on Heavens Door

Nighttrain

Madagasgar

Shackler’s Revenge

Patience  

Paradise city  

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Chicago set list, Pictures and videos


Everything about the Chicago show here!  Enjoy the videos!

 

Set list:
     Intro (Dexter Theme)
01. Chinese Democracy
02. Welcome To The Jungle  
03. It’s So Easy
04. Mr. Brownstone 
05. Sorry
06. Riff Raff
07. Estranged  
08. Better
      Richard Fortus Guitar Solo (James Bond Theme)
09. Live and Let Die
10. This I Love  
11. Rocket Queen  
12. My Generation [feat. Tommy Stinson on vocals]
      Dizzy Reed Piano Solo (Baba O’Riley)
13. Street of Dreams
14. You Could Be Mine  
      DJ Ashba Guitar Solo (Mi Amor)
15. Sweet Child O’ Mine  
      Axl Rose Piano Solo (Another Brick In The Wall / Someone Saved My Life Tonight)
16. November Rain  
      Ron “Bumblefoot” Thal Guitar Solo (Pink Panther Theme)
17. Don’t Cry  
18. Whole Lotta Rosie  
19. Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door
20. Nightrain  

Encore:
21. Madagascar
22. Shackler’s Revenge
23. Patience  
      Band Jam “Happy Birthday Chris Pitman” 
24. Paradise City  

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Minneapolis Set list, Pictures and videos


Sorry if I am late again for the post!..Really busy!

Dexter Intro

Chinese Democracy   

Welcome To The Jungle  

It’s So Easy  

Mr. Brownstone

Sorry

Riff Raff

Estranged  

Better

4tus solo

Live And Let Die

This I Love  

Rocket Queen

My Generation

Dizzy Solo

Street Of Dreams

You Could Be Mine

November Rain  

DJ Ashba Solo 

Sweet Child o mine  

 

Bumblefoot solo  

Don’t cry  

Knocking on heavens door

Nightrain  

Madagascar

Shackler’s Revenge

Patience 

Paradise City

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November 13th, 2011 Minneapolis, MN @ Target Center


Two shows in 2 days!  Did I tell you already that I hate having 2 shows in 2 days?  But people attending like it..;)  Have fun!

The Target Center is an arena in downtown Minneapolis, Minnesota. It is sponsored by Target Corporation. The arena has a capacity of 20,500 people. It contains 702 club seats and 68 suites.

 

The center is home to the NBA‘s Minnesota Timberwolves, the WNBA‘s Minnesota Lynx and the LFL‘s Minnesota Valkyrie. The facility has also hosted RHI and Arena Football League teams in the past.
 

Minneapolis, nicknamed “City of Lakes” and the “Mill City,” is the county seat of Hennepin County,  the largest city in the U.S. state of Minnesota, and the 48th largest in the United States. Its name is attributed to the city’s first schoolteacher, who combined mni, the Dakota word for water, and polis, the Greek word for city.

Minneapolis lies on both banks of the Mississippi River, just north of the river’s confluence with the Minnesota River, and adjoins Saint Paul, the state’s capital. Known as the Twin Cities, Minneapolis-Saint Paul is the 16th-largest metropolitan area in the U.S., with approximately 3.2 million residents. The 2010 Census had the city’s population at 382,578. The city is abundantly rich in water with over twenty lakes and wetlands, the Mississippi river, creeks and waterfalls, many connected by parkways in the Chain of Lakes and the Grand Rounds Scenic Byway. It was once the world’s flour milling capital and a hub for timber, and today is the primary business center between Chicago and Seattle. It has cultural organizations that draw creative people and audiences to the city for theater, visual art, writing, and music. Minneapolis’ community’s diverse population has a long tradition of charitable support through progressive public social programs, as well as private and corporate philanthropy.