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Minneapolis

Date: 11.07.03
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minneapolistour.jpgThe band makes its way deep into the frozen tundra of Minnesota tonight. The low tonight is 7 degrees, so bundle up!

The show is at 400 Bar at the corner of Cedar and Riverside in Minneapolis. Phone:(612)-332-2903

No planned meetup for tonight's show. Stay warm!

Setlist
Esta Noche
Teenage Wristband
Twilite Kid
That Bird Sings
Cloud Busting
Decatur Street
A Love Supreme/Please Baby
All You Need Is Love/Love
Annie Mae
Papillon/If I Were Going
King Only
Martin Eden
Black is the Color/Time of The Season
The Killer/Layla

Encore (with Rick McCollum):
Uptown Again
Crazy
66
Purple Rain/Faded

Comment on "Minneapolis"

KyLe Says:

The show rawked my ass off! 2 hours of Greg Dulli at his best. A special appearance by Rick McCollum for the encore! Whigs galore. nuff said.

Posted: November 8, 2003 02:35 AM

Kyle Says:

UNREAL.

the encore w/ Rick was:

Uptown Again
66
Crazy
Faded

i can die a happy man now...

Posted: November 8, 2003 02:52 AM

kyle Says:

the rest of the main set was from what i can recall pretty much the same as the Denver show, as they did the Love Supreme/Please Stay thing, as well as Black->Time of the Season, and while i don't recall hearing Rhiannon, they definitely played the Layla outro after The Killer as well.

greg sang a bit of Purple Rain during the (long) intro to Faded

there were some pretty funny comments from Greg during the show, i'll post more about em tomorrow, i'm leaving in a bit.

Posted: November 8, 2003 01:17 PM

Al Says:

Incredible show! Yeah, they did the Fleetwood Mac bit when Greg was playing the keyboard. Also plenty of other snippets - Prince, etc.

The all Whigs encore was great and pretty much blew away the crowd.

I figured the lady who Greg kissed would get to go back stage, but she left right away after the show without even trying.

Posted: November 8, 2003 03:54 PM

Michelle Says:

Amazing show...good crowd, small setting, ah , wish i could do it again! Dark, sweaty, smoky rock n' roll. I honestly wasn't aware that anyone else liked the Twilight Singers besides m'self. Greg Dulli, what a man. My friend had to drag me away, had to surrender my fantasies for a while...I am eager to dig more into the back catalog of the Whigs, as I have only Black Love and 1965. I'm glad I had a chance to see the show!

Posted: November 14, 2003 09:43 PM


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