Judas Priest -- San Antonio, TX -- October 12th, 2011
Are You Ready
Don't Believe a Word
Whiskey in the Jar
The Boys Are Back In Town
Black Label Society:
Bleed for Me
Demise of Sanity
Parade of the Dead
Fire it Up
Godspeed Hell Bound
Heading Out to the Highway
Victim of Changes
Diamonds & Rust
Dawn Of Creation
Beyond the Realms of Death
Blood Red Skies
The Green Manalishi (With the Two Pronged Crown)
Breaking the Law
Hell Bent for Leather
You've Got Another Thing Comin'
Living After Midnight
21 songs from Priest.
I can't stand BLS..I know a lot of people really dig them though.. wish Thin Lizzy was direct support and played more songs actually.
Still have no idea how Thin Lizzy, even at tribute band status, is opening for BLS...smh
[QUOTE=BlackmoreOfBowling;404590]Still have no idea how Thin Lizzy,[B] even at tribute band status[/B], is opening for BLS...smh[/QUOTE]
Well, that's exactly it. Do you honestly think any casual or "oh I heard that song on the radio" Thin Lizzy fan would go see them with the lineup they have now? No way. BLS have a much bigger draw nowadays. In the states, at least.
Anyway, this looks like a pretty killer show. Hopefully I can catch the tour when it comes to NJ next month.
This is proof that even with opening acts, bands who tour the USA can in fact play extra long sets.
[QUOTE=makethemsuffer12;404606]Well, that's exactly it. Do you honestly think any casual or "oh I heard that song on the radio" Thin Lizzy fan would go see them with the lineup they have now? No way. BLS have a much bigger draw nowadays. In the states, at least.[/QUOTE]
Wrong. Saw Thin Lizzy on their own in March. There were TONS of those people there. Why? Because the average "Oh I heard that song on the radio" Thin Lizzy "fan" doesn't even know that Phil's dead, let alone what the current lineup of the band is like.
wish Priest was playing more songs from Sad Wings... but it's a good setlist overall. I'm pretty sure it's not going to change at all for the entire tour from what Halford said anyway.
Looks like the OP is gonna have to edit the BLS set. Darkest Days, Born To Lose and The Blessed Hellride have been edited out on setlist fm. Which makes more sense actually because there's no way BLS is playing a headlining set as an opener.
Since Thin Lizzy is nothing more than a high profile tribute band at this point they shouldn't get the main support over BLS. If Phil was still alive and playing with them you certainly could make a good case for it. But you really can't right now.
You gotta be kidding me
Lizzy has many hits where as BLS has never even been on radio.
Thank God Im seeing this in Vegas so I can leave the show head to the casino and goof around after Lizzy.
I love hard metal but BLS has just never done it for me or anyone I ever knew. :allan:
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