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Chester Bennington Live - 2016.07.21 Cleveland, Ohio


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Date: 
July 21, 2016
Location: 
Cleveland, OH  United States
Venue: 
Cleveland Public Auditorium
Venue Type: 
Arena
Venue Website: 
Performing Act: 
Royal Machines
Event: 
Private Boulder Crest Retreat Charity Benefit
Show #: 
1 of 1






Setlist:

 
01. Are You Gonna Go My Way? Lenny Kravitz cover; w/ Donovan Leitch
02. Just What I Needed The Cars cover; w/ Donovan Leitch
03. Rebel Yell Billy Idol cover; w/ Billy Morrison
04. Wonderwall Oasis cover; w/ Billy Morrison
05. Panama Van Halen cover; w/ Franky Perez
06. Highway To Hell AC/DC cover; w/ Franky Perez
07. Tie Your Mother Down Queen cover; w/ Gilby Clarke
08. Knockin' On Heaven's Door Bob Dylan cover; w/ Gilby Clarke
09. Won't Get Fooled Again The Who cover; w/ Gilby Clarke
10. Good Times Bad Times Led Zeppelin cover; w/ Chester Bennington
11. Vasoline Stone Temple Pilots cover; w/ Chester Bennington
12. Mountain Song Jane's Addiction cover; w/ Chester Bennington
13. La Grange ZZ Top cover; w/ Billy Gibbons
14. Foxy Lady Jimi Hendrix cover; w/ Billy Gibbons
15. Sharp Dressed Man ZZ Top cover; w/ Billy Gibbons
16. Whole Lotta Love Led Zeppelin cover; w/ Chester Bennington & Franky Perez
17. Paradise City Gun N' Roses cover; w/ Chester Bennington & Franky Perez


Show Notes:

- This show marks the third time that Chester performed a Stone Temple Pilots song without the rest of the band since his Grey Daze days, with the first time being his Dell World 2012.12.11 appearance with Camp Freddy ('Sex Type Thing') and the second time - his 2016.06.14 "Let It Die" party appearance with The Hellcat Saints ('Down').

- 'Whole Lotta Love' was the last song on the printed setlist and 'Paradise City' was added at the last minute by the band, after 'Whole Lotta Love'.


Other Notes:

- Royal Machines is the newer incarnation of Camp Freddy. Camp Freddy were disbanded and reformed as Royal Machines around April, 2014. Consisting of the same musicians (Dave Navarro, Mark McGrath, Billy Morrison, Chris Chaney and others), the only difference between the bands is its title and the ultimate exclusion of Matt Sorum. This was Chester's first appearance with Royal Machines after being a steady guest with Camp Freddy for about ten years prior.

- This was a private event held on the same night as the Republican National Convention. On July 14th, Royal Machines announced,

"Time to clear the air:

Yes- we are playing in Cleveland, Ohio on July 21 at a charity event for Boulder Crest Retreat for Military & Veteran Wellness. I believe this is the 3rd of 4th time that we have had the opportunity to be a part of raising funds for such a great facility.

This is not a political event and it is not a part of the RNC. In fact, we'll probably be onstage when the nominee is speaking.

Don't believe the hype".

- Big thanks to Cyndi Vanderhorst Roberts for the photos!

 




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