Substitute - The Who - Pontiac Silverdome 1979 (CD)

We're Not Gonna Take It. Summertime Blues. My Generation. Join Together. Road Runner. My Generation Blues. Won't Get Fooled Again. I was there 24 setlist. Songs on Albums. Tommy 8. This particular set list is taken from the second show in New York, 14 September Encores variations of the following list : [5].

Some of the songs in the encore list also made appearances in the regular set, and vice versa. This leg featured the second leg of the US tour, as well as its four warm-up shows from 10 to 17 November in Brighton and Stafford , England. Sadly, a disaster occurred at the Cincinnati concert on 3 December leading to the death of 11 fans and the cancellation of one scheduled concert. This particular set list is taken from a concert in New Haven, Connecticut on 15 December Encores variations of the following list : [3] [4].

Also, some other songs were played which are not in the above lists: [3] [4]. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. See also: The Who's musical equipment. The closing section of " Won't Get Fooled Again " merges Townshend's synthesised organ with power chords, Moon's drum fills and "the greatest scream of a career". The opening of " Pinball Wizard " demonstrates Townshend's acoustic guitar with a flamenco influence.

We have absolutely nothing in common apart from music. Main article: List of awards and nominations received by the Who. Main article: List of the Who band members. Main articles: The Who discography and List of songs recorded by the Who. Back to the Who Tour 51!

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Academy Music Group. Archived from the original on 25 September The Sun Sentinel. Archived from the original on 19 July USA Today. Retrieved 18 June National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences. Retrieved 3 November Retrieved 5 December The Daily Telegraph. Retrieved 7 January Rolling Stone He managed to regain some of the sporting events that had been lost, such as a football match between AC Milan and Panathinaikos which was held there in Andreas began making plans to transfer the Higher Football League to Silverdome.

However, the next collapse of its inflatable roof in January due to a winter storm destroyed all such plans. This collapse was the final, tragic event in the history of the great stadium.

In , the remaining property at the stadium, such as seats and fixtures, was put up for sale at auction. However, the decision to store them there was made without securing the proper permits, and the city issued six separate citations against the owners. Pontiac Mayor Deirdre Waterman spent a long time in talks with the Apostolopoulos Investment Group in an effort to get the stadium demolished due to its terrible condition and the absence of any need for it. This was Hendrix's first tour of the U.

Kiss, Cobo Hall, Detroit, The first was at Cobo Hall in when it recorded part of its "Alive! It's also credited as being among the great rock albums of all time, influencing rock acts for decades.

Lennon was among a number of celebrity performers at the rally, which also included Bob Seger and Stevie Wonder. Lennon and Ono played four songs at 3 a. Kid Rock, The State, Detroit, This was Kid Rock on the cusp of stardom. It was a long way back for Ritchie, who had been dropped from a label after Vanilla Ice fizzled. He reinvented himself from rapper into songwriter with a killer stage show, and won over the industry and millions of fans.

The White Stripes were on the rise in when they played a raucous outdoor show at Chene Park with The Strokes, a band then arguably at their peak.

Big Sean, Joe Louis arena, Detroit, It was a rare cameo for Eminem, who hadn't performed on stage in until that moment. Simon and Garfunkel commemorated their show in Saginaw in the classic, "America," where the duo sings about hitchhiking from Saginaw. The story goes a promoter booked the band just before "Sound of Silence" became a national hit.

Despite being paid a fraction of their fee, Simon said the came because he wanted to see what a city named "Saginaw" looked like. The trip turned out pretty well for them. Alice Cooper, Joe Louis arena, Detroit,

Nov 15,  · It was the first major rock show for the Pontiac Silverdome, then new home for the Detroit Lions and Pistons. Led Zeppelin would set a single concert gross record there a .

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  1. May 30,  · Fanreports Michael Portaro. Attendance, 75, General Admisson/Festival Seating. Main floor access required a green ticket. Entwistle was attired in a bright red suit, Townshend, leather jacket and dark tank top, ditched the leather jacket, Daltrey white suite with striped t-shirt underneath, ditched the sport coat.
  2. The Who Pontiac Silverdome, Pontiac, MI - Dec 7, Dec 07 Blackfoot Pontiac Silverdome, Pontiac, MI - Dec 7, Dec 07 Last updated: 17 Aug , Etc/UTC.
  3. The Pontiac Silverdome (also known as simply the Silverdome) was a stadium in Pontiac, opened in and sat on acres (51 ha) of land. When the stadium opened, it featured a fiberglass fabric roof held up by air pressure, the first use of the architectural technique in a major athletic facility. With a seating capacity of 82,+, it was the largest stadium in the National Owner: Andreas Apostolopoulos, Triple Investment Group.
  4. Track Listing (CD): Substitute, I Can't Explain, Baba O'Riley, The Punk And The Godfather, Boris The Spider, Sister Disco, Behind Blue Eyes, Music Must Change, Pontiac Silverdome Pontiac MI 7 December - CD - D - Audience. Date/Location/Venue: 12/07/79 - Pontiac, MI.
  5. Pontiac Silverdome, Pontiac, Michigan, December 6, "Limited copy 12 pages gorgeous photo book inside pressed on gold disc" Issued in glossy single card sleeve.
  6. Jun 30,  · Pontiac Stadium 'Mini-Dome' (Detroit) Source: Audience Taped and transferred by JEMS Substitute I Can't Explain Baba O'Riley The Punk And The Godfather Boris The Spider Sister Disco Behind Blue Eyes Music Must Change Drowned Who Are You Pinball Wizard > See Me Feel Me Long.
  7. The album was released in May with the accompanying single, "Pinball Wizard", a début performance at Ronnie Scott's, and a tour, playing most of the new album live. Tommy sold , copies in the US in its first two weeks, [] and was a critical smash, Life saying, "for sheer power, invention and brilliance of performance, Tommy outstrips.

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