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Members Of The Band:
Brett Scallions (Lead Vocals, Rhythm Guitar)
Carl Bell (Lead Guitar, Keyboards, Backing Vocals)
Jeff Abercrombie (Bass)
Kevin Miller (Drums)
Comments: Exact set list unknown
Venue: Copps Coliseum, Hamilton ON
Date: October 24, 1998
Tour: Nine Lives / A Little South Of Sanity
Members Of The Band:
Steven Tyler (Vocals, Harmonica)
Joe Perry (Guitar, Vocals, Lead Vocals on “Stop Messin’ Around”)
Brad Whitford (Guitar)
Tom Hamilton (Bass)
Joey Kramer (Drums)
Comments: Show rescheduled from May 31st, 1998. Another show that Rhonda and I attended. You know, over the years, I have come to realize that the relatively short drive to Hamilton to see a concert can yield far better chances at getting excellent seats than the same show might could up in Toronto.
To wit, Aerosmith on their Honkin’ On Bobo tour I wound up with second row floors by the catwalk; Trans Siberian Orchestra in 2012 I wound up with second row floors dead centre; Robert Plant I had excellent seats in the first level close to the stage… and on and on. Oh, right, Jethro Tull on their Rock Island tour? Second row floors stage left.
For this particular show we had excellent seats, stage right, about 15 rows up in the first level of seats in fairly close proximity to the stage. It was basically just a continuation of the Nine Lives tour although, since the previous summer when we caught them at the Molson Amphitheatre, the Armageddon soundtrack had been released, springing the ubiquitous I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing upon the world. Then, it was still fresh so kind of cool to hear in concert.
The rarely played What Kind of Love Are You On was also played at this show, so that was a real treat. Not to sure how many times it has been played since. I doubt many. They also played their cover of The Beatles Come Together which was also kind of cool.
All in all, another great show by those bad boys from Boston.