1996-08-19 – Jethro Tull


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Emerson, Lake & Palmer Setlist Kingswood Music Theatre, Vaughan, ON, Canada, North American Tour 1996

Band: Emerson, Lake and Palmer
Venue: Kingswood Music Theatre, Maple ON
Date: August 19, 1996
Tour: Return To The Manticore

Songs:
Hoedown / Touch and Go / Knife Edge / Bitches Crystal / Hammer It Out / Still… You Turn Me On / Tarkus: Eruption > Stone Of Years > Iconoclast > Mass / Pictures At An Exhibition: The Hut Of Baba Yaga > The Great Gates Of Kiev / Lucky Man

Encore:
Fanfare For The Common Man > America > Rondo > Drum Solo > Rondo

Members Of The Band:

Keith Emerson (Keyboards)
Greg Lake (Vocals, Bass and Guitar)
Carl Palmer (Drums and Percussion)

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Comments: Hammer It Out sometimes referred to as A Tribute To Kevin Gilbert.

Emerson Lake & Palmer – 1996

 

Jethro Tull Setlist Kingswood Music Theatre, Vaughan, ON, Canada 1996, Jethro Tull / Emerson, Lake & Palmer US Tour

Band: Jethro Tull
Venue: Kingswood Music Theatre, Maple ON
Date: August 19, 1996
Tour: Roots To Branches

Members Of The Band:
Ian Anderson (Vocals, Flute and Guitar)
Martin Barre (Guitar and Vocals)
Andrew Giddings (Keyboards)
Doane Perry (Drums)
Jonathan Noyce (Bass)

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Comments: So, Rhonda and I attended this show and who should we bump into but my best friend from another life, Bill and his Misses. The same Bill that back in 1990 swore up and down that the advance old age of 29 going on 30 was far too old to actually be attending rock concerts anymore.

I suppose I shouldn’t have been surprised seeing as how Emerson, Lake and Powell were his favorite band. This was back when were actually still talking to each other.

His Misses was oh so offended that Emerson, Lake and Palmer should be relegated to opening for the likes of Jethro Tull. I chortled.

I don’t mean to be small here but we had a history.

Imagine then how happy I was to discover that we had better seats than they did.

Yeah, I know, you had to have been there.

Jethro Tull March 23, 1996 DAR Constitution Hall Washington DC, USA. Ian in wheelchair

Jethro Tull – Cardiff, St Davids Hall, November 13, 1996 Full Concert

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