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Diverse/eclectic set list...thoughts?

Discussion in 'Miscellaneous [BG]' started by MikeyB, Mar 28, 2009.

  1. MikeyB


    Aug 16, 2006
    Sykesville, MD
    I have a side-band that features my 15yo daughter singing, and my 18yo daughter on keys. I know I'm biased and a proud dad, but they've got some talent! (As well as experience - piano lessons from 5 on up, and they play/sing in our church band)

    I'm early 40s, guitarist is late 30s, drummer is mid-20s.... so we decided to try a very diverse set list to keep everybody happy. Sort of like the Jack FM radio format. :cool:

    So what are your thoughts on this lineup:

    Life Is A Highway - Rascal Flatts version
    I Don't Want To Be - Gavin DeGraw
    China Grove - Doobies
    Can't You See - Marshall Tucker
    Sk8tr Boi - Avril Lavigne
    Knockin' On Heaven's Door - Dylan
    Sweet Home Alabama - Lynyrd Skynyrd
    Baby Girl - Sugarland
    Play That Funky Music - Wild Cherry
    Stand - Rascal Flatts
    Who Knew - Pink
    One Last Song - Josiah Leming (my daughter solos this on piano)
    Rockin' Down The Highway - Doobies
    Gone - Montgomery Gentry
    Free Ride - Edgar Winter
    Walk Away - Kelly Clarkson
    Superstition - Stevie Wonder
    Get Back - Demi Lovato

    All ages Crowd Pleaser for today's ADD generation? ;) (we're playing at an outdoor gig in 2 weeks) :bassist:

    ...or Disjointed Train Wreck? :rolleyes:

  2. MikeyB


    Aug 16, 2006
    Sykesville, MD
  3. Hey, our band has an eclectic setlist, too. Sounds good to me, but the proof in the pudding will be when they actually get out there and play to their audiance!
  4. MikeyB


    Aug 16, 2006
    Sykesville, MD
    Wow... hope our setlist generates more excitement than this thread! :bag:

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