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I'll share the set for my final performance. :)

[list]
[*]Imperial Jazz March
[*]Mr Pink
[*]She Will Be Samba
[*]American Boy
[*]Moonlight Sonata
[/list]

I'll see if I can find a proper function set to throw up. :)

Edited by TomKent

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Three piece, guitar, bass and drums plus female singer:

Crossroads - John Mayer version
Merry go round - Fleetwood Mac
Heart beat like a hammer - Fleetwood Mac
Let it be - Beatles
Make me smile - Steve Harley
Summer of '69 - Bryan Adams
Money - Pink Floyd
Ain't no love in the heart of the city - Whitesnake
Knocking on heavens door - Eric Clapton

A bit of variety here but they all work really well...


LC

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Here's ours for now. We're a 3 piece amplified acoustic band and have done 4 gigs together so far. The set list is still evolving as to what works and what doesn't. We must have chucked away as many songs as we've learnt so far.


Set 1

Dakota E
That's Entertainment A
Use Somebody A
Knocking on Heavens Door G
Starman F (Starts on Gm)
Worried About Ray Am
Wildwood Am
There She Goes G
The One I Love Em
Message In A Bottle Em
Fisherman's Blues G
Half a World Away C
Wish You Were Here G

Set 2

Chasing Cars A
It Must Be Love G (starts on Am)
Blister in the Sun G
Wonderwall Asus
Man Who Sold the World (Nrivana) F
Oliver’s Army A
Sunny Afternoon F (Starts on Dm)
Have A Nice Day A
Why Does It always Rain On Me G
Losing My Religion Am
Valerie G
Town Called Malice A
End Of The World G

Encore

Sit Down E
Time Of Your Life G

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Here's our last set list, there are 4 gentlemanly members - 2 guitars, 1 bass and a drummer who sings lead vocal:

1st set.
THE CHAIN
BORN TO BE WILD
FORTUNATE SON
BUDDY HOLLY
TIMES LIKE THESE
JEREMY
PEACHES
HIGHWAY TO HELL
COCHISE
WOMAN
HELTER SKELTER
BLACK HOLE SUN
KASHMIR

2nd set

LOVE IN AN ELEVATOR
LA GRANGE
ALIVE
UNDER PRESSURE
ALL RIGHT NOW
FEEL LIKE MAKIN' LOVE
UNDER THE BRIDGE
HEY JOE
SUNSHINE OF YOUR LOVE
BLACK NIGHT
BACK IN BLACK
ENTER SANDMAN
TRIBUTE

We're working on a Bohemian Rhapsody, God Gave Rock'n'Roll, Breath -> Money and For Those about to Rock as an alternative opener.

Edited by ben604

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Well with a new singer and drummer, our next gig set list will be:-

Breed - nirvana
Alive - Pearl jam
In Bloom - Nirvana
Stinkfist - Tool
Killing in the Name of - RATM
Sober - Tool
Heart shaped box - Nirvana
Aenima - Tool
Parabola - Tool

Now when we are a bit more settled it be including:-

Plush - stone temple pilots
Rooster - alice in chains
creep - radiohead
No-one knows - queens of the stonage
Toxicty - system of a down
Aerials - system of a down
Lithium - nirvana
Killing in the name of
Slither - Velvet revolver
That golden Rule - Biffy Clyro
Lateralus-tool
Schism - Tool
Vicarious - Tool
Right in two - Tool
Flood - Tool
Prison sex - Tool
Bottom - Tool
H - Tool


Bring back the grunge!

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Desafinado
Tarde Em Tapoa
Final Feliz
Se
Chiclete Com Banana
Mas Que Nada
Fotographia
Incompatibilidade De Genios
Jade
Drao
A Novidade
Eu Tiro Onda
Clandestino
Flor De Lis
Fato Consumado
Xote De Alegria
100 Anos
A Luz De Tieta
Luiza
Espanahola
Nem Un Dia
Palco
Soy Loco Por Ti America
Vamos Fugir

….all the hits really :)

(Excuse spelling; this was all off the top of my cabeca)

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[quote name='paul h' post='1273928' date='Jun 18 2011, 05:25 PM']I am pretty sure Mr. Fudge's lot do that. He should get on this thread, they do some great stuff.[/quote]


kind words ... :)

Like other people we literally have played thousands of songs over the decades. Current set looks a bit like this.

Set 1.
My Sharona
I Got your number
Up the Junction.
Patience (yes , Take That)
Shout. TFF not Lulu
Run. Snow Patrol.
Just what I needed. cars
Brain Damage Floyd
Don't believe a word.
Waiting for an Alibi.
Rockin in Free world (the last 3 I play g****r on :)

Set 2.
This town aint big enough, Sparks.
Turning Japanese
My prefect cousin/ jilted john
Gangsters/ Too much
Baggy Trousers/ Night boat to Cairo.
Walk like an Egyptian
China Girl
Cars. Numan
Swords 1000 men
Come up see me

Encore
Mr Blue Sky
Vision on music

Edited by Mr Fudge

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Our pub gig set list

Hard Copy
Push Up
Murphy's Heroes
Night Of The She Wolf
Satisfied
7 Foot Drop
90 Miles
Somewhere Else
Lucky Lost

***Intermission***

Amazing
On Your Case
Two In The Coals
Burn Burn Burn
Everybody's Telling Me
1977 Again
Solid Gone
New Romance
Never Meet Your Heroes
Caterham Blues



All the hits :)

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[quote name='Bilbo' post='1276692' date='Jun 21 2011, 09:33 AM']Desafinado
Tarde Em Tapoa
Final Feliz
Se
Chiclete Com Banana
Mas Que Nada
Fotographia
Incompatibilidade De Genios
Jade
Drao
A Novidade
Eu Tiro Onda
Clandestino
Flor De Lis
Fato Consumado
Xote De Alegria
100 Anos
A Luz De Tieta
Luiza
Espanahola
Nem Un Dia
Palco
Soy Loco Por Ti America
Vamos Fugir

….all the hits really :)

(Excuse spelling; this was all off the top of my cabeca)[/quote]

Which ones are the vegetarian choices? Sounds delicious though :)

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5 Piece Rock Band...

Set 1
Beautiful day
Heavyweight Champ
Monster
Have a Nice Day
Wonderwall
Creep
Dakota
Pretty f***ed Up
‘59 Sound

Set 2
Can’t Get Enough
20th Century Boy
Get Back
Bohemian Like You
I Fought The Law
Sweet Home Allab
Use somebody
Don’t You Forget
With or Without You
Good Riddance

Set 3
Morning Glory
Disco 2000
Mustang Sally
Gimme Some Lovin’
Long Train Running
Lets Spend The Night
You Really Got Me
Summer 69
Sex on Fire
Jonny B Goode
Run
Wanted Dead Or Alive

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This was the set of the covers band I used to play in used:

Teenage kicks - undertones
Suspicous minds - Elvis
Crazy little thing - Queen
Summer of 69 - Bryan Adams
Maggie may - Rod Stewart
Cigarettes and alchohol - Oasis
Message in a bottle - The Police
Start me up - Stones


With or without you - U2
Half the world away - Oasis

I believe in a thing called love - The darkness
Sweet home alabama - Lynyrd Skynrd
Proud Mary - CCR
The day we caught the train - OCS
Here comes the sun - George Harrison
Brown eyed girl - Van Morrison
Jumpin jack flash - Stones
Burning love - Elvis
Are you gonna go my way - Lenny Kravitz
My generation - The who
Hey jude - The beatles

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I would post setlists for all my many bands, but they would just make me depressed.
Sorry, will try again later when I am more cheerful and helpful.

:)

Oh, and Mr Fudge, I would enjoy your whole show, I would shout for more, and then you would play ELO at me, and I would get huffy and walk out. :)

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Some cracking sets in here, some good suggestions! Pretty new to the covers band thing, we threw a set together at short notice for a family friend, and bagged a few more bookings out of it (Guilty confession: I'm playing lead g***ar)

Our current set looks like this (not in this order mind, just as I can reel them off!)

Dancing In The Dark - Bruce Springsteen
Use Somebody - Kings Of Leon
My Girl - Temptations
Ring Of Fire - Johnny Cash
Ain't No Sunshine - Bill Withers
Trouble - Ray Lamontagne
Summer Of '69 - Bryan Adams
Stand By Me - Ben E King
To Love Somebody - The Bee Gees
Twist And Shout - The Beatles
Stay With Me - The Faces
Billie Jean - Michael Jackson
Superstition - Stevie Wonder
20th Century Boy - T-Rex
Take On Me - A-Ha
Living On A Prayer - Bon Jovi
Help! - The Beatles
Times Like These - Foo Fighters
Play That Funky Music - Wild Cherry
Easy Like Sunday Morning - The Commodores

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Oh, and Mr Fudge, I would enjoy your whole show, I would shout for more, and then you would play ELO at me, and I would get huffy and walk out. :)
[/quote]


I know what you mean. ELO/ Queen/ Eagles et al ... fantastic songs, musicians, production but I really would not be bothered if I never heard or played anything by them ever again.

Hopefully our "Vision On" Outro would negate too much huffyness. :)

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I guess there is some relationship between the set lists people have and the complexity of arrangements. ELO/Queen stuff you see tends to be the more 'basic' tunes (Crazy Little Thing Called Love, Don't Stop Me Now) rather than the heavier arranged stuff. A lot of the better stuff by these kinds of bands couldn't be done justice by an average 4-piece :)

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My new band (Guitar, Bass, Drums + Female vox) have our first Gig in a couple of weeks, this will be our set list.


SET 1
If It Makes You Happy Sheryl Crow
Not That Kind Anastacia
King Of The Kerb Echobelly
One Of Us Joan Osborne
Big Mistake Natalie Imbruglia
When I'm Alone Lissie
Californication Red Hot Chili Peppers
Sober P!nk
Since U Been Gone Kelly Clarkson
Superstition Stevie Wonder
Zombie The Cranberries


SET 2
You Oughta Know Alanis Morissette
Who Knew P!nk
Higher Ground Stevie Wonder
Come as you are Beverly Knight
Celebrity Skin Hole
Stay (I Missed You) Lisa Loeb
Crazy Gnarls Barkley
Rolling In The Deep Adele
Piece Of My Heart Beverley Knight
Dani California Red Hot Chili Peppers
Place Your Hands Reef
Standing In The Way Of Control The Gossip
Bootylicious Vs Teen Spirit Too Many DJs
Love Machine Girls Aloud
Weak Skunk Anansie

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[quote name='Mr Fudge' post='1276780' date='Jun 21 2011, 10:39 AM']Hopefully our "Vision On" Outro would negate too much huffyness. :)[/quote]


It's a shame I would have left after the first half an hour of Mr Blue Sky :lol:
Somebody would tell me about the Vision on I missed the next day, I would then be crosser, as I would have enjoyed it were it not for the length of ELOs dirge.
:)

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Some Disco...funky.... groovy stuff from me

Long Train Running - The Doobie Bros
Little L - Jamiroquai
Cosmic Girl - Jamiroquai
I Like It - Brand New Heavies
Play That Funky Music - Wild Cherry
Shake Everything Youve Got - Maceo Parker
Superfly - Curtis Mayfield
Turn On Tune In Cop Out - Freak Power
Ladies Night - Kool & the Gang
Last night a DJ saved my wife - Indeep
Groove Is in the Heart - Deelite
Signed, Sealed, Delivered - Stevie Wonder
Theme From Starskey & Hutch - JTQ
Thats the Way I Like It - KC & the Sunshine Band
Get Down Tonight - KC & the Sunshine Band
Superstition - Stevie Wonder
Disco Inferno - The Trammps
Move On Up - Curtis Mayfield
Car Wash - Rose Royce
You Should Be Dancin' - Bee Gees
Cold Sweat - James Brown
Sex Machine - James Brown
I wish - Stevie Wonder

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This is the set I played a few weeks back, 3 piece + singer

Nothing complicated , but then again i've now done 4 gigs with this band and not once been asked to go to a rehearsal room, just a few hours in a house to sort a couple of things, so it suits me


Sunday Girl
Brass in Pocket
Staying out for the Summer
Learning to Fly
My Favourite Game
Take me to the river
Bitch
Son of a Preacher man
I Love Rock and Roll
Because the Night
Harder to Breathe
Heatwave
Bohemian Like You
Power of Love

One Way or Another
Superstition
Hard to Handle
I saw her standing there
I’m a Believer
Time after time
Who knew
SOS
Take your Mama
I kissed a girl
Weak
Rocks
Long Train Running
Somebody told me
I Predict a Riot
Play That Funky Music
Since you've been gone

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These are some of the covers we do as a 4 piece and 5 piece. Everyone except the drummer sings and the main singer plays sax and various percussion when not singing.

Play That Funky Music: Wild Cherry
Rock Steady: Aretha Franklin
7 Nation Army: The White Stripes
Fire: Jimmi Hendrix
Respect: Aretha Franklin
I Want You Back: Michael Jackson
Le Freak: Chic
Good Times: Chic
Car Wash: Rose Royce
The Way You Make me Feel: Michael Jackson
Midnight at the Oasis: Brand New Heavies
Boogie Oogie: A Taste of Honey
Sing It Back: Maloko
Lady Marmalade: Patti LaBelle
Preacher Man: Dusty Springfield
Apparently Nothing: Young Disciples
I feel good: James Brown
Tore Down: Freddie King
Real Mutha For Ya: Johnny Guitar Watson
Kiss: Prince
Signed Sealed Delivered: Stevie Wonder
Cissy Strut: The Meters
American Boy: Estelle
Get Ready: Temptations
Mercy: Duffy
Lets stay together: Al Green
How Sweet It Is: James Taylor
Move on Up: Curtis Mayfield
Cut The Cake: Average White Band
Tell Me Something Good: Chaka
Papa was a Rolling Stone: The Temptations
Put It Where You Want It: Average White Band
Pick Up The Pieces: Average White Band
I Don’t Need No Doctor: Ray Charles
Superstition: Stevie Wonder
Sir Duke: Stevie Wonder
I Wish: Stevie Wonder
Mothers Luck: Dorothy More
Just Checked In: Sharon Jones
Beggin: Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons

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[quote name='LiamPodmore' post='1274263' date='Jun 18 2011, 11:42 PM']Take a look at my previous post, its aimed at a 15-20 audience (we're a rather young band, 16-18), with some older stuff but mostly teen stuff. We used to cater for all at one point with songs from the 70's to brand new releases.

Liam[/quote]

I would have thought that your set would be more aimed at people in their early to mid 20's as most of the audience you're aiming at-and yourselves-
must have been between about 6-11 when most of your set were originally released?

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Here's ours. We're two guitars, male singer, female drummer (who does backing vocals too), plus me.


Slither
Everlong
Are You Gonna Be My Girl?
Hard to Handle
Johnny B Goode
Jumpin’ Jack Flash
Blue Suede Shoes
Are You Gonna Go My Way?
Grounds for Divorce
Two Princes
Basket Case
Some Might Say
Just a Day
Song 2
Toxic

Good Riddance
Chasing Cars
Tribute
Highway to Hell
Cold Hard Bitch
My Hero
Alive
Buck Rogers
Place Your Hands
In One Ear
Don’t Stop Believin’
I Bet You Look Good…

Livin’ on a Prayer
All Along The Watchtower
Nothing But A Good Time
Genie in a Bottle

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[quote name='skankdelvar' post='1273909' date='Jun 18 2011, 05:04 PM']Not that I don't like these setlists. By God, I like 'em. Perfect evening out for me.

But I'm 53 yrs old. For pity's sake, isn't anyone thinking about the children? :)[/quote]

5 piece rock covers band with female singer. Our policy is no song older than 1980 (apart from Hush which we do Kula Shaker style though!) :-

Hush - Kula Shaker
Ready To Go - Republica
What I've Done - Linkin Park
Stupid Girl - Garbage
Was It A Dream - 30 Seconds To Mars
Oughta Know - Alannis Morissete
It's My Life - No Doubt
Use Somebody - Kings Of Leon
Hazel Eyes - Kelly Clarkson
Uprising - Muse
All My Life - Foo Fighters
Vertigo - U2
Leave Me Alone - Pink
You Know My Name - Chris Cornell
Rope - Foo Fighters
Misery Business - Paramore
No One Knows - Queens of the Stone Age
Dani California - Red Hot Chili Peppers
The Pretender - Foo Fighters
Slither - Velvet Revolver
Dont Stop Believin' - Journey
Live & Let Die - Guns n Roses style!!

We are going to add Pendulums 'Propane Nightmares' next!

Edited by Wilco

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Just about to start something called level 3 rock award at college so I'll have a more permanent set list once that gets going as we are assessed on a 25 minute set. In the prep for it so far this year though here's a few of the songs we worked on:

I shot the sheriff-Bob Marley
Bring me to life-Evanessance
Gold Lion-The Yeah Yeah Yeah's
Underdog-You Me At Six
Shoot the runner-Kasabian
Rules don't stop-We Are Scientists
Another one bites the dust-Queen
Golden touch-Razorlite
Black horse and the cherry tree-KT Tunstall
Feeling good-Muse
When the night feels my song-Bedouin Soundclash
September-Earth Wind and Fire
Closer to the edge-30 Seconds To Mars
Ain't no sunshine-Bill Withers

Thats just a selection and I'll hopefully have a more permanent set list once the rock award starts cause as you can see the genres I've done this year is rather varied.

Edited by JoshL

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[quote name='Doddy' post='1278922' date='Jun 22 2011, 07:26 PM']I would have thought that your set would be more aimed at people in their early to mid 20's as most of the audience you're aiming at-and yourselves-
must have been between about 6-11 when most of your set were originally released?[/quote]

Thats quite true actually, some of our stuff is from 10-15 years before any of us were born, but it all goes down really well and people seem to know it all, so thats what works for us.

Jacqueslemac, Wilco and JoshL, your sets sound like cracking nights out to me, just the kind of stuff i like to play and hear.

Liam

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