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1997-07-06 – Aerosmith

Jonny Lang Setlist Molson Amphitheatre, Toronto, ON, Canada 1997, Lie to Me Tour '97

Band: Jonny Lang
Venue: The Molson Amphitheater, Toronto ON
Date: July 6, 1997
Tour: Opening for Aerosmith

Still Rainin’ / Good Morning Little Schoolgirl / A Quitter Never Wins / I Am / Rack ’em Up / Darker Side / There’s Gotta Be A Change / Lie To Me / Spanish Castle Magic (Jimi Hendrix cover)

Members Of The Band:
Johnny Lang (Guitar, Vocals)
Paul Diethelm (Guitar)
Bruce McCabe (Keyboards)
Doug Nelson (Bass)
Billy Thommes (Drums)

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Comments: Set list is based on a reported set list from his opening slot four nights earlier at the Corel Centre in Ottawa.

Jonny Lang live in Paris - Good morning little schoolgirl (10.17.1997)

" Lie to me " - Jonny Lang live in Paris 1997

Aerosmith Setlist Molson Amphitheatre, Toronto, ON, Canada 1997, Nine Lives Tour

Band: Aerosmith
Venue: The Molson Amphitheater, Toronto ON
Date: July 6, 1997
Tour: Nine Lives

Nine Lives / Love In An Elevator / Falling In Love (Is Hard On The Knees) / Same Old Song And Dance / Hole In My Soul / Monkey On My Back / Livin’ On The Edge / Pink / Rag Doll / Taste Of India / Jamie’s Got A Gun / Somethings Gotta Give / Dream On / Cryin’ / Sweet Emotion / Rat’s In The Cellar / Toys In The Attic / Mama Kin

Falling Off / Dude (Looks Like A Lady) / Mother Popcorn (intro) > Walk This Way

Members Of The Band:
Steven Tyler (Vocals, Harmonica)
Joe Perry (Guitar, Vocals, Lead Vocals on “Falling Off”)
Brad Whitford (Guitar)
Tom Hamilton (Bass)
Joey Kramer (Drums)

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Comments: Rhonda and I decided on the day of the actual show to trundle on down to check out the Aerosmith show on this early July afternoon. We had missed the announcement of tickets going on sale and so figured we were out of luck. The morning of the show our local radio station, Q107, announced there were still some good seats available. Well, we wound up in the extreme stage left section of seats, but we were only about 25 rows back so, it was all good. The closing salvo of Sweet Emotion, Rat’s In The Cellar, Toys In The Attic and Mama Kin were well worth the price of admission themselves.

Aerosmith Live in Nuremberg, Germany (1997) (full concert)

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