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Chester Bennington Live - 2006.10.20 Costa Mesa, California

Show Information

October 20, 2006
Costa Mesa, CA  United States
Samueli Theater @ Orange County Performing Arts Center
Performing Act: 
Camp Freddy
Concert To Launch 'Orange County Performing Arts Center'
Show #: 
1 of 1



01. Ballroom Blitz Sweet cover
02. Suffragette City David Bowie cover
03. She Sells Sanctuary The Cult cover w/ Steve Isaacs
04. Brass In Pocket Pretenders cover w/ Macy Gray
05. Search And Destroy Iggy & The Stooges cover w/ Billy Morrison on vocals & Steve Jones
06. Pretty Vacant Sex Pistols cover w/ Mark McGrath & Steve Jones
07. Nothin' But A Good Time Poison cover w/ Mark McGrath & CC Deville
08. Cat Scratch Fever Ted Nugent cover w/ Mark McGrath & Steve Stevens
09. Whole Lotta Love Led Zeppelin cover w/ Chester Bennington & Steve Stevens
10. Highway To Hell AC/DC cover w/ Chester Bennington & CC Deville
11. Mountain Song Jane's Addiction cover w/ Chester Bennington
12. Hang On To Yourself David Bowie cover w/ Steve Stevens
13. Roadhouse Blues The Doors cover w/ Steve Jones
14. I Wanna Be Your Dog Iggy & The Stooges cover w/ everybody

Show Notes:

- Chester came out to perform 'Whole Lotta Love', 'Highway To Hell' and 'Mountain Song' with the band.

- This was the second Chester's appearance with Camp Freddy and the very first time that he performed 'Mountain Song' with them. Shortly after performance, the description of the show on Camp Freddy's website stated that his performance of it was 'amazing': "A private party down in Costa Mesa, OC. Camp Freddy played for an hour to a small, invited audience and highlights included Chester Bennington's amazing version of Mountain Song, Steve Stevens and Mark McGrath on Ted Nugent's Cat Scratch Fever, and Poison guitarist CC Deville in his first Camp Freddy appearance, playing Nuthin But A Good Time, and ACDC's Highway To Hell".

- This was the first time that Chester performed with Dave Navarro. In the interview dedicated to their Black Tooth Bash appearance in 2007, Dave Navarro also recalls this show: "Before the show, Navarro told Spinner he's become a true fan of Bennington since the two played together at a Camp Freddy show. "He's a fucking incredible vocalist. He's the real deal," Navarro says. "I performed with Chester and saw what a true talent he is. I went home that night and downloaded off iTunes because I wanted to hear his voice. Frankly, it was close to the same feeling I had when Steven Tyler joined us -- where you're just like, 'Holy shit, this guy is unbelievable".

- The majority of the guests from the night came out to sing 'I Wanna Be Your Dog' by Iggy & The Stooges as the last song for the set, but it is unknown if Chester was present as well.

Other Notes:

- Private event.

- The only known recordings of Chester to ever surface from this show are too different cellphone clips of him performing 'Highway To Hell'.

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