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Wednesday, November 27, 2002
Kelly's Bleachers II

7805 S Loomis Rd
(262) 895-3353

Wind Lake, WI

Rico Scarpace filling in on drums 
Sound: Go Audio
Operated by Brian Ingwell
Lights: Interstellar
Operated by Geoff Reinke
Video: Melissa Blake
& Rob Blake
Followsot: Paul Adamec
Stage Tech: Dan Olsen
SET 1:
You Give Love a Bad Name - Bon Jovi
Round and Round - Ratt
In My Dreams - Dokken
Still of the Night - Whitesnake
Home Sweet Home - Motley Crue
Rock of Ages - Def Leppard
Lay It Down - Ratt
Youth Gone Wild - Skid Row
Once Bitten Twice Shy - Great White
Alone Again - Dokken
Little Suzi - Tesla
Talk Dirty to Me - Poison
Hot Cherie - Hardline
New Girl Now - Honeymoon Suite
Faithfully - Journey
All She Wrote - Firehouse
Jump - Van Halen
Pour Some Sugar' - Def Leppard

SET 2:
Lay Your Hands on Me - Bon Jovi
Separate Ways - Journey
Down Boys - Warrant
Metal Health - Quiet Riot
Wanted Dead or Alive - Bon Jovi
Nothin' But a Good Time - Poison
Lick It Up - Kiss
Panama - Van Halen
Crazy Train - Ozzy Osbourne
More Than Words - Extreme
Eye of the Tiger - Survivor
Rebel Yell - Billy Idol
Slow an' Easy - Whitesnake
Bed of Roses - Bon Jovi
Wait - White Lion
Uncle Tom's Cabin - Warrant
I Wanna Rock - Twisted Sister
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A Word from Josh:
This was a Thanksgiving Eve show. We certainly have a lot to be thankful for. We are thankful that we are able to go out and play some of our favorite music week after week. We are even more thankful that people come out to see us do it. Many such people were on hand to witness a bit of band history as we played this show without our drummer Nick. Filling in all night (as well as for our next show of Friday) was Rico Scarpace who did a fine job as evident in the fact that relatively few people stormed out of the building demanding their money back. The vibe on stage was pretty cool. I had never met Rico before, but it turns out that he is a world class wise ass and he was really able to keep things light. One example of what I'm talking about is his gay hairdresser impression which he did for us in the dressing room. Now, I know that EVERYBODY does a gay hairdresser impression, but his was REALLY GOOD. I could tell that a lot of work had gone into it. A lot of work also must have gone to the eclectic design of his drum kit which featured a plethora of odd cymbals and lots of toms that did not go in the traditional "small to big" order. It looked like Alex Van Halen's kit after going through the faulty matter transporter from "The Fly". The flow of the evening went remarkably well. John had the crowd whipped up as much as ever. Despite all the fun, this was still a Wednesday night, which meant we had to finish earlier than usual. A few songs were cut and we had to quit without a encore much to the chagrin of many howling fans. This should not be a problem this Friday when we'll do it all over again up the road at Rooters in Waukesha.     - Josh

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