Friday, April 17, 2015

VIDEO: Green Day play club show ahead of Rock Hall induction

Green Day played a club show at Cleveland’s House Of Blues on Thursday ahead of their induction into the 2015 Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame in the city on Saturday.

The band delivered a marathon 3-hour show that included a reunion of their pre-Green Day group Sweet Children with original drummer John Kiffmeyer.

Green Day’s first US show in 2 years ran the gamut from the Sweet Children days through to 2012’s album trilogy, “Uno”, “Dos” and “Tre.”

The set also included a guest appearance by Tim Armstrong of Rancid, who was on hand for covers of tracks by his bands Operation Ivy and Rancid.

Formed in 1986, the San Francisco Bay-area band are headed to the Hall alongside Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble, the Paul Butterfield Blues Band, Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, Lou Reed, Bill Withers, Ringo Starr and the “5” Royales.

The 30th Annual Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony will take place on Saturday, April 18 at Cleveland’s Public Hall.

Green Day
House Of Blues – Cleveland, OH – April 16, 2015

Sweet Children Set

Don’t Leave Me (First time live since 1994)
Only Of You
Sweet Children (First time ever live since 1991)
409 In Your Coffeemaker
At The Library
I Was There (First time live since 1992)
Disappearing Boy
Paper Lanterns
Road To Acceptance
Green Day (First time live since 1990)
Dry Ice (First time live since 1993)

Green Day Set

99 Revolutions
Boulevard Of Broken Dreams
2000 Light Years Away
Private Ale (First time live since 1992)
Christie Road
Stuart And The Ave.
Geek Stink Breath
One For The Razorbacks
When I Come Around
Basket Case
Are We The Waiting
St. Jimmy
Knowledge (Operation Ivy cover) (with Tim Armstrong)
Radio (Rancid cover) (with Tim Armstrong)
King for a Day
Shout / Always Look On The Bright Side Of Life / Hey Jude / (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction
Minority (with Tim Armstrong)


American Idiot
Jesus Of Suburbia

See also:

Green Day thrilled with 2015 Rock Hall induction
Stevie Ray Vaughan, Green Day lead 2015 Rock Hall inductees
Stevie Ray Vaughan tops fan vote for 2015 Rock Hall induction
Green Day leads list of 2015 Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame nominees
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