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POWER OF METAL 2011

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Under the promising banner “POWER OF METAL”, Rock The Nation presents a double-headliner tour, which keeps the hearts of all metal-lovers pounding higher. Friends of pure, melodic, progressive and even traditional as well as modern metal-sounds can raise their fists up for triumph, finally they get their well-deserved load of metallic virtuosity. A view on the line-up breaks the camels back: POWER OF METAL brings you an exclusive package of the metal high-class-league. Following artists will show their musical power: SYMPHONY X NEVERMORE PSYCHOTIC WALTZ – Reunion!!! MERCENARY THAUROROD Especially, get prepared for the reunion of cult-progressive-metallers of PSYCHOTIC WALTZ. What do all these bands have in common to join a tour like POWER OF METAL together? Musical virtuosity, sense for melody, feeling for superb metal-hymns… and many arguments more! In summary it can be stated, that this tour will be a full hammer not only for fans of progressive melodic metal! Info, Dates & More: www.powerofmetal.eu Fan-Packs & Tickets shop.powerofmetal.eu
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White Lines

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White Lines
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Image by Walt Jabsco
Aaah, aaah, aaah, aaah)
Uhraah!
Bass!

Ooh White, White
Ooh White, White
Ooh White, White

(Ooh White Lines) Vision dreams of passion
(Blowin’ through my mind) and all the while I think of you
(High fry) a very strange reaction
(For us to unwind) the more I see, the more I do
(Something like a phenomenon) Baby!
(Tellin your body to come along, but white lines blow away)
(Blow! Rock it! Blow!)

Ticket to ride, white line highway
Tell all your friends, they can go my way
Pay your toll, sell your soul
Pound for pound costs more than gold
The longer you stay, the more you pay
My white lines go a long way
Either up your nose or through your vein
With nothin to gain except killin’ your brain

(Freeze! Rock! Freeze! Rock! Freeze! Rock! Freeze! Rock!)
(Blow!)

(Ahhh) Higher, baby
(Ahhh) Get higher, baby!
(Ahhh) Get higher, baby!
And don’t ever come down! (Freebase!)

Rang dang diggedy dang di-dang
Rang dang diggedy dang di-dang
Rang dang diggedy dang di-dang
Diggedy dang di-dang diggedy dang di-dang

(Pipeline) pure as the driven snow
(Connected to my mind) and now I’m havin’ fun, baby!
(High fry) it’s getting kinda low
(Cause it makes you feel so nice) I need some one-on-one, baby!
(Don’t let it blow your mind away) Baby!
(And go into your little hideaway ‘cause white lines blow away)
(Blow! )

A million magic crystals, painted pure and white
A multi-million dollars almost overnight
Twice as sweet as sugar, twice as bitter as salt
And if you get hooked, baby, it’s nobody else’s fault, so don’t do it!

(Freeze! Rock! Freeze! Rock! Freeze! Rock! Freeze! Rock!)
Raah! (Blow!)

(Ahhh) Higher, baby
(Ahhh) Get higher, baby!
(Ahhh) Get higher, baby!
And don’t ever come down! (Freebase!)

(Don’t you get too high) don’t you get too high baby!
(Turns you on) you really turn me on and on
(When you gonna come down) my temperature is risin’
(When the thrill is gone) no, I don’t want you to go

A street kid gets arrested, gonna do some time
He got out three years from now just to commit more crime
A businessman is caught with 24 kilos
He’s out on bail and out of jail
And that’s the way it goes
Raah!

(Kane! Sugar! Kane! Sugar! Kane!)

Athletes rejected, governors corrected
Gangsters, thugs and smugglers are thoroughly respected
The money gets divided
The women get excited
Now I’m broke and it’s no joke
It’s hard as hell to fight it, don’t buy it!

(Freeze! Haha ha ha! Rock! Freeze! Rock! Freeze! Rock! Freeze! Rock!)
Raah! (Blow!)

(Ahhh) Get higher, baby
(Ahhh) Get higher, girl!
(Ahhh) Get higher, baby!
C’mon!
Raah!

(White Lines) Vision dreams of passion
(Blowin’ through my mind) and all the while I think of you
(High Fry) a very strange reaction
(For us to unwind) the more I see, the more I do
(Something like a phenomenon) Baby!
(Tellin your body to come along, but white lines blow away)

Little Jack Horner sitting on the corner
With no shoes and clothes
This aint funny, but he took his money
And sniffed it up his nose

(Hey man, you wanna cop some blow?)
(Sure, what you got, dust, flakes or rocks?)
(I got China White, Mother of Pearl, Ivory Flake, What you need?)
(Well yeah, well let me check it out man, just let me get a freeze)
(Go ahead man, stuff I got should kill ya!)
(Yeah man th-that’s that’s raw, wuh)

(Freeze! Haha ha ha! Rock! Freeze! Rock! Freeze! Rock!
Freeze! Rock! Freeze! Rock! Freeze! Rock!)

blink-182 What’s My Age Again? Live @ Virgin Mobile Freefest 08-30-09

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ripped by HotPants182 Blink-182 – Live @ Virgin Mobile FreeFest, Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, MD, USA, 08-30-2009 Setlist: 1. Dumpweed 2. Feeling This 3. The Rock Show 4. What’s My Age Again? 5. Obvious
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Green Day traveling art show

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Green Day traveling art show
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Image by Logan Hicks
I organized an art show for Green Day and their recently released 21st century breakdown album. Below is the official press release for it.

GREEN DAY’S UPCOMING U.S. TOUR TO FEATURE A ROVING GALLERY SHOW OF INTERNATIONAL ARTISTS AT EACH VENUE

ARTISTS SUCH AS RON ENGLISH, THE LONDON POLICE, AND C215 CREATED WORK INSPIRED BY EACH TRACK ON BAND’S LATEST ALBUM 21ST CENTURY BREAKDOWN

DATELINE – Burbank, CA – Green Day have a special treat in store for fans attending their U.S. tour this summer. A roving art gallery will be set up at each venue to display work by a collection of eclectic artists from around the world, each of whom has been asked to create an original piece inspired by a track on Green Day’s new album 21st Century Breakdown.

The show is curated by New York-based stencil artist and die-hard punk-rock fan Logan Hicks, whose portraits of band members Billie Joe Armstrong, Tre Cool, and Mike Dirnt will also be on display. A passionate art and music lover, Hicks has assembled an impressive group of noted artists – including world-renowned New York-based painter Ron English, Amsterdam-based street artists The London Police, French stencil artist C215, and British illustrator Will Barras – to show the connection between music and art.

"I chose artists whom I felt had a similar visual approach to art as Green Day does to its music," Hicks says. "Although most of the artists represented are well-established in their careers, they embrace the same emotional rawness with their art, which speaks from the heart and swings with the fist. Their subject matter is struggle and injustice-they shoot from the hip and their art is their weapon."

"We are really excited to be touring with this incredible show," says Armstrong. "Seeing the pieces that our new album has inspired is very exciting. Many of the artists Logan has chosen show their work on the street, and we feel a strong connection to that type of creative expression. We think the fans coming out to see us on the road will love it."

Green Day’s 2009 trek is the band’s first proper tour of the United States and Canada in more than three years. The tour begins July 3rd at Seattle’s Key Arena and will cross North America through the summer, including a July 27th stop at New York City’s Madison Square Garden, before finishing up with a show at the Forum in Los Angeles on August 25th. Please visit www.greenday.com for all cities, venues, and ticket on-sale dates.

Below is a list of artists featured in the show:

Artist Track Artist Website
Broken Crow "Song of the Century" www.brokencrow.com
Ron English "21st Century Breakdown" www.popaganda.com
London Police "Know Your Enemy" www.thelondonpolice.com
C215 "Viva La Gloria!" www.myspace.com/c215
Dabs/Myla "Before the Lobotomy" www.dabsmyla.com
Meggs "Christian’s Inferno" www.houseofmeggs.com
Lucamaleonte "Last Night On Earth" www.lucamaleonte.blogspot.com
Chris Stain "East Jesus Nowhere" www.chrisstain.com
M-City "Peacemaker" www.m-city.org
Eelus "Last of the American Girls" www.eelus.com
Adam5100 "Murder City" www.adam5100.com
Will Barras "Viva La Gloria? (Little Girl) www.willbarras.com
Peat Wollaeger "Restless Heart Syndrome" www.stensoul.com
Sixten "Horseshoes and Handgrenades" www.thismachinekills.com
Sadhu "The Static Age" www.myspace.com/sadhu1
Pisa 73 "21 Guns" www.pisa73.com
Jeremiah Garcia "American Eulogy" www.n10z.com
Component "See The Light" www.component.co.nz
Logan Hicks Portraits of Green Day www.loganhicks.com

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Green Day traveling art show

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Green Day traveling art show
hard rock tickets
Image by Logan Hicks
I organized an art show for Green Day and their recently released 21st century breakdown album. Below is the official press release for it.

GREEN DAY’S UPCOMING U.S. TOUR TO FEATURE A ROVING GALLERY SHOW OF INTERNATIONAL ARTISTS AT EACH VENUE

ARTISTS SUCH AS RON ENGLISH, THE LONDON POLICE, AND C215 CREATED WORK INSPIRED BY EACH TRACK ON BAND’S LATEST ALBUM 21ST CENTURY BREAKDOWN

DATELINE – Burbank, CA – Green Day have a special treat in store for fans attending their U.S. tour this summer. A roving art gallery will be set up at each venue to display work by a collection of eclectic artists from around the world, each of whom has been asked to create an original piece inspired by a track on Green Day’s new album 21st Century Breakdown.

The show is curated by New York-based stencil artist and die-hard punk-rock fan Logan Hicks, whose portraits of band members Billie Joe Armstrong, Tre Cool, and Mike Dirnt will also be on display. A passionate art and music lover, Hicks has assembled an impressive group of noted artists – including world-renowned New York-based painter Ron English, Amsterdam-based street artists The London Police, French stencil artist C215, and British illustrator Will Barras – to show the connection between music and art.

"I chose artists whom I felt had a similar visual approach to art as Green Day does to its music," Hicks says. "Although most of the artists represented are well-established in their careers, they embrace the same emotional rawness with their art, which speaks from the heart and swings with the fist. Their subject matter is struggle and injustice-they shoot from the hip and their art is their weapon."

"We are really excited to be touring with this incredible show," says Armstrong. "Seeing the pieces that our new album has inspired is very exciting. Many of the artists Logan has chosen show their work on the street, and we feel a strong connection to that type of creative expression. We think the fans coming out to see us on the road will love it."

Green Day’s 2009 trek is the band’s first proper tour of the United States and Canada in more than three years. The tour begins July 3rd at Seattle’s Key Arena and will cross North America through the summer, including a July 27th stop at New York City’s Madison Square Garden, before finishing up with a show at the Forum in Los Angeles on August 25th. Please visit www.greenday.com for all cities, venues, and ticket on-sale dates.

Below is a list of artists featured in the show:

Artist Track Artist Website
Broken Crow "Song of the Century" www.brokencrow.com
Ron English "21st Century Breakdown" www.popaganda.com
London Police "Know Your Enemy" www.thelondonpolice.com
C215 "Viva La Gloria!" www.myspace.com/c215
Dabs/Myla "Before the Lobotomy" www.dabsmyla.com
Meggs "Christian’s Inferno" www.houseofmeggs.com
Lucamaleonte "Last Night On Earth" www.lucamaleonte.blogspot.com
Chris Stain "East Jesus Nowhere" www.chrisstain.com
M-City "Peacemaker" www.m-city.org
Eelus "Last of the American Girls" www.eelus.com
Adam5100 "Murder City" www.adam5100.com
Will Barras "Viva La Gloria? (Little Girl) www.willbarras.com
Peat Wollaeger "Restless Heart Syndrome" www.stensoul.com
Sixten "Horseshoes and Handgrenades" www.thismachinekills.com
Sadhu "The Static Age" www.myspace.com/sadhu1
Pisa 73 "21 Guns" www.pisa73.com
Jeremiah Garcia "American Eulogy" www.n10z.com
Component "See The Light" www.component.co.nz
Logan Hicks Portraits of Green Day www.loganhicks.com

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Pez – Festival Song

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video clip Ft. 360 And Hailey Cramer Lyrics: alright its that time of the year youve been waiting for for months now saving up your pay trying to figure all your funds out its kinda funny when you think of all the fun how, its taken this long to shake last years come down forget the past, as soon as december starts grab your parents credit card and hope you dont get in last yeah coz if you let it pass, these days a week late can mean paying triple when you bpay off ebay (true) its hard to figure out what tickets you want, should it be falls festival or pyramid rock well for me, i really dont care coz i dont listen to rock or hip hop i just wear earplugs and sit there and watch if your favorite bands there youll think youll never forget youll probably get that wasted you wont remember there set but if your a festival head then you already no the plan go and pack up all your shit coz your going on a trip for those summer days summer days Ohh summer days summer days summer days now when you finally make it there from driving up with your crew you better get your mind set on finding something to do coz youll be stuck there lining up in the queue moving bumper to bumper until your ass hurts, all to get your car searched and if your alcohol your stressing coz you need it bad stashing bottles of vodka up in your sleeping bag maybe get a spare tire with a heap of cans it doesnt matter everybody has there secret plan once your crew start picking your spot unpacking realise all the
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Green Day traveling art show

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Green Day traveling art show
hard rock tickets
Image by Logan Hicks
I organized an art show for Green Day and their recently released 21st century breakdown album. Below is the official press release for it.

GREEN DAY’S UPCOMING U.S. TOUR TO FEATURE A ROVING GALLERY SHOW OF INTERNATIONAL ARTISTS AT EACH VENUE

ARTISTS SUCH AS RON ENGLISH, THE LONDON POLICE, AND C215 CREATED WORK INSPIRED BY EACH TRACK ON BAND’S LATEST ALBUM 21ST CENTURY BREAKDOWN

DATELINE – Burbank, CA – Green Day have a special treat in store for fans attending their U.S. tour this summer. A roving art gallery will be set up at each venue to display work by a collection of eclectic artists from around the world, each of whom has been asked to create an original piece inspired by a track on Green Day’s new album 21st Century Breakdown.

The show is curated by New York-based stencil artist and die-hard punk-rock fan Logan Hicks, whose portraits of band members Billie Joe Armstrong, Tre Cool, and Mike Dirnt will also be on display. A passionate art and music lover, Hicks has assembled an impressive group of noted artists – including world-renowned New York-based painter Ron English, Amsterdam-based street artists The London Police, French stencil artist C215, and British illustrator Will Barras – to show the connection between music and art.

"I chose artists whom I felt had a similar visual approach to art as Green Day does to its music," Hicks says. "Although most of the artists represented are well-established in their careers, they embrace the same emotional rawness with their art, which speaks from the heart and swings with the fist. Their subject matter is struggle and injustice-they shoot from the hip and their art is their weapon."

"We are really excited to be touring with this incredible show," says Armstrong. "Seeing the pieces that our new album has inspired is very exciting. Many of the artists Logan has chosen show their work on the street, and we feel a strong connection to that type of creative expression. We think the fans coming out to see us on the road will love it."

Green Day’s 2009 trek is the band’s first proper tour of the United States and Canada in more than three years. The tour begins July 3rd at Seattle’s Key Arena and will cross North America through the summer, including a July 27th stop at New York City’s Madison Square Garden, before finishing up with a show at the Forum in Los Angeles on August 25th. Please visit www.greenday.com for all cities, venues, and ticket on-sale dates.

Below is a list of artists featured in the show:

Artist Track Artist Website
Broken Crow "Song of the Century" www.brokencrow.com
Ron English "21st Century Breakdown" www.popaganda.com
London Police "Know Your Enemy" www.thelondonpolice.com
C215 "Viva La Gloria!" www.myspace.com/c215
Dabs/Myla "Before the Lobotomy" www.dabsmyla.com
Meggs "Christian’s Inferno" www.houseofmeggs.com
Lucamaleonte "Last Night On Earth" www.lucamaleonte.blogspot.com
Chris Stain "East Jesus Nowhere" www.chrisstain.com
M-City "Peacemaker" www.m-city.org
Eelus "Last of the American Girls" www.eelus.com
Adam5100 "Murder City" www.adam5100.com
Will Barras "Viva La Gloria? (Little Girl) www.willbarras.com
Peat Wollaeger "Restless Heart Syndrome" www.stensoul.com
Sixten "Horseshoes and Handgrenades" www.thismachinekills.com
Sadhu "The Static Age" www.myspace.com/sadhu1
Pisa 73 "21 Guns" www.pisa73.com
Jeremiah Garcia "American Eulogy" www.n10z.com
Component "See The Light" www.component.co.nz
Logan Hicks Portraits of Green Day www.loganhicks.com

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Image by Sunny-bunny
Note to self: Don’t let drunk girl take photos.

HEhehee. Lisa was a little tipsy and we were all on a post Cheap Trick high. We surprised Kari with tickets to see them (her ultimate favorite band ever) while we were in Vegas.

Kari and me at Lucky’s 24/7 in Hard Rock Hotel.

Disturbed – Inside The Fire [Official Music Video]

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© 2011 WMG “Inside The Fire” by Disturbed from ‘Indestructible,’ available now. Download on iTunes: bit.ly Links: Facebook: www.facebook.com Twitter: twitter.com Website: www.disturbed1.com “Inside The Fire” Lyrics: Devin Won’t go to heaven She’s just another lost soul, About to be mine again Leave her we will receive her It is beyond your control will you ever meet again Devin One of eleven Who had been rendered unwhole As a little child, she was taken and then forsaken you will remember it all Let it fill your mind again Devin lies beyond this portal take the word of one immortal Give your soul to me For eternity release your life to begin another time with her End your grief with me there’s another way release your life take your place inside the fire with her Sever Now and forever you’re just another lost soul about to be mine again see her, you’ll never free her you must surrender it all If you’d like to meet again Fire For your desire As she begins to turn cold for the final time you will shiver till you deliver you will remember it all Let it fill your mind again Devin lies beyond this portal take the word of one immortal Give your soul to me For eternity release your life to begin another time with her End your grief with me there’s another way release your life take your place inside the fire with her Give your soul to me For eternity release your life to begin another time with her End your grief with me there’s another way release your life take your place

Barbara Orbison and Olivia Harrison joined the high profile crowd

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Barbara Orbison and Olivia Harrison joined the high profile crowd
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Image by Antoon’s Foobar
McConnection – Year 9, number 31 Paul McCartney fanclub Netherlands www.maccazine.web-log.nl
Last updated at 12:16pm on 8th June 2007

Sir Paul McCartney played his most intimate gig in years for an audience of just 1,000 fans – which included daughter Stella and her pal Kate Moss.

The Beatles legend is more used to playing huge stadiums and once performed before a crowd of 500,000 at the Colosseum in Rome.

But he went back to basics with yesterday’s show at the Electric Ballroom in Camden, north London, to celebrate the release of his new album, Memory Almost Full.

The secret gig was only announced yesterday morning and tickets were given away free on a first come, first served basis.

Fans queued around the block and tickets sold out in just 13 minutes.

A host of celebrities also turned out for the one-off show including supermodel Kate Moss, Bond actor Pierce Brosnan, Pink Floyd’s David Gilmour, The Office star Mackenzie Crook, pop singer Gareth Gates and Texas frontwoman Sharleen Spiteri.

During the gig Paul McCartney dedicated a song to ‘John, George Linda and all the lovely people’
Crook appears with Hollywood actress Natalie Portman in the video for the star’s latest single, Dance Tonight.

Moss sang away to Hey Jude from the venue’s balcony, where she watched the show in the company of the star’s daughters, Stella and Mary.

Sir Paul played a 90-minute set packed with Beatles hits and songs from his new album.

Barbara Orbison and Olivia Harrison joined the high profile crowd
He kicked off with Drive My Car and ended with Hey Jude before returning for an encore of Let It Be, Lady Madonna and I Saw Her Standing There.

In between he played the likes of Blackbird, Back In The USSR, The Long And Winding Road and Wings favourite C Moon.

He was joined on stage by his four-piece band. "It’s a little while since I played a gig like this," he told the audience to huge cheers.

Sir Paul looked delighted to be back on stage before the adoring crowd and made no reference to his ongoing divorce battle with Heather Mills.

Memory Almost Full is the star’s 21st studio album and was released on Monday on the newly launched Starbucks record label, Hear Music.

Fans spotted that the title was an anagram of For My Soulmate LLM – the initials of his late wife, Linda Louise McCartney – although McCartney himself has not commented.

There was a poignant moment during the gig when Sir Paul sang Here Today, which he wrote for John Lennon.

"This one was written for John. I would like to dedicate this song to all our fallen heroes – John, George, Linda and all the lovely people," he said. "Let’s hear it for them."

After performing the acoustic song, he said: "It’s a difficult song to sing, that one. We love ’em."

THE REVIEW
The sound was perfect, the band were supertight and Paul McCartney’s voice was as rich as ever, writes reviewer John Aizlewood.

"It’s been a while since we played a gig this size," said Sir Paul McCartney, surveying the Electric Ballroom – the venue his band Wings used as a rehearsal space in the Seventies. "We ought to do more."

If last night is any yardstick, they should do more of these intimate shows. The "secret" gig (if being announced on national radio and across the internet means "secret") was the hottest free ticket of the year and no wonder.

An audience including McCartney’s daughters Mary and Stella, Pink Floyd’s David Gilmour, Texas’s Sharleen Spiteri, former James Bond Pierce Brosnan, George Harrison’s widow Olivia and, with weary inevitability, Kate Moss, could scarcely believe their luck: a live Beatle playing some of the songs that form the very DNA of popular music in a venue holding fewer than 1,000 people.

This being McCartney, nothing was left to chance in his first British date with a band since Glastonbury 2004: the sound was perfect, the band were supertight and his voice was as rich as ever, even when exposed on the solo, acoustic Here Today, plucked from 1982’s Tug Of War.

The man who will be a pensioner in 10 days was in remarkably cheery fettle over his 90 minutes.

There was no talk of divorce and no mention of Heather Mills. Instead, his thumbs were held aloft, he shouted "calm down, calm down" in his best Scouse and he found his joke about "Camp Den" (an imaginary, "artistic" type whom McCartney pretended Camden was named after) so funny that he repeated it.

Despite mostly ignoring Wings (although C Moon was received like a longlost grandparent), McCartney was in a musically expansive mood.

He introduced five songs from his new album, Memory Almost Full (it seems safe to assume the "you can come on to my place if you want" line on Dance Tonight was not meant to be taken literally), but he went further back than The Beatles, covering Carl Perkins’s classic Matchbox, as did the Fab Four in their pre-fame, Hamburg days.

The most moving moment came with Here Today. Stark, beautiful and originally a tribute to fellow former Beatle John Lennon, it also now marks the passing of "fallen heroes" Linda McCartney and George Harrison.

"That was," he sighed, "a difficult song to sing." Yet the sombre tone was isolated and the Beatles canon was raided in celebratory fashion.

Back In The USSR, Get Back and Lady Madonna were hard-rocking; Let It Be almost hymnal; and best of all, Hey Jude, which ended the set and restarted for the encore, was a spine-tingling burst of community singing as the audience na na na’d like they had never na na na’d before.

An evening as special as it should have been.

Full Set List • Drive My Car
• Only Mama Knows
• Dance Tonight
• C Moon
• The Long And Winding Road
• Follow The Sun
• Calico Skies
• That Was Me
• Blackbird
• Here Today
• Back In The USSR
• Nod Your Head
• House Of Wax
• I Got A Feeling
• Matchbox
• Get Back
• Hey Jude
• Let It Be
• Lady Madonna
• I Saw Her Standing There