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Friday, July 15, 2005
Tobacco Heritage Days
Racetrack Park
(608) 347-4321

Edgerton, WI
[View all Tobacco Heritage Days shows]
Sound: B & B Stage & Sound
Operated by Mark Hartzell
Assisted by Pat Brueggen
and Andrew Brueggen
Lights: B & B Stage & Sound
Operated by Steve Brueggen
Stage Tech: Hog
SET 1:
You Give Love a Bad Name - Bon Jovi
Rock of Ages - Def Leppard
Lay It Down - Ratt
Down on Me - Jackyl
Sister Christian - Night Ranger
Turn Me Loose - Loverboy
Working for the Weekend - Loverboy
I Hate Myself for Loving You - Joan Jett
Talk Dirty to Me - Poison
Love Song - Tesla
Kickstart My Heart - Motley Crue
Unskinny Bop - Poison
Tom Sawyer - Rush
Still of the Night - Whitesnake
Bed of Roses - Bon Jovi
Ah Leah - Donnie Iris
Livin' of a Prayer - Bon Jovi
Pour Some Sugar on Me - Def Leppard
Paradise City - Guns N'Roses

SET 2:
Headbanger's Ball - Medley
Monkey Business - Skid Row
Separate Ways - Journey
You Shook Me All Night Long - AC/DC
We're Not Gonna Take It - Twisted Sister
Wanted Dead or Alive - Bon Jovi
We All Die Young - Steel Dragon
Breaking the Chains - Dokken
Same Ol'Situation - Motely Crue
Hot for Teacher - Van Halen
Heaven - Warrant
Nothin' but a Good Time - Poison
Have a Drink on Me - AC/DC
Breaking the Law - Judas Priest
Crazy Train - Ozzy Osbourne
Rock You Like a Hurricane - Scorpions
A Word from Josh:
Yet again, we had perfect weather on a day when it was absolutely necessary. Tobacco Heritage Days is another one of those quaint small town festivals with rides for the kids and above-average food. This was the closest we would be to Madison with an all-ages show all summer and I was glad to have some family members in attendance. I even rode with some of them on the Ferris wheel during our break. Although this was Cherry Pie's first visit to Tobacco Heritage Days, it was not completely foreign to us. I played here with one of my earlier bands back in 1991 and Rico played here back in 1999. We both agreed that the event hasn't changed all that much. Our first set was witnessed by a "polite" crowd of three or four hundred. Some of our first few songs were greeted with what I would call a "golf clap". Still, we could tell that our show was being well-appreciated in that small-town sort of way. And, of course, things did get more exciting as the night went on; even a little too exciting at one point when three or four women got into a major fight near the stage as we played resulting in a couple of arrests. But that behavior was certainly the exception on a very pleasant night for some outdoor live music.     --Josh

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"What a night!!! Everything from rockin music to catfights. Who were they fighting over Lucious???? All in all a great time. Keep Rockin us like a hurricane."

Cat Fighter:
"You guys rock! I had such a blast when it all turned upside-down, litterally. I was rocking one minute and the next minute I was jumped. I guess some people can't handle other people having more fun and rockin harder. Keep rocking, I know I will."

"As the CP guys were preparing for the start of their show, the crowd was growing with anticipation. When CherryPie arrived on stage, they were fueled up and ready to start their engines. They let go with such tire-burning energy, it was as if they were drag-racing down the track to reach their final destination, a cheering crowd. John, who is ram tough and built to last, was so revved up and power-driven, it's a wonder he didn't loose control. By the end of the show, it was evident that CherryPie won their prize, a cheering crowd. And to show their appreciation, the CP guys played an encore that pleased the crowd even more!!"

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