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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by fadlan bassman, Dec 3, 2006.
48 to 60 depending on a three or four set night. That's whats on the list but we usually end up playing less songs than that. Some jams can last quite a while.
Generally 45-48 songs. But it depends. We also do a lot of medley/mashups. At our next gig, we are doing the Abbey Road medley, and mashups of Run To You/Refugee/Breakup Song/Jenny Jenny and Comfortably Numb/Money (we do lots of newer stuff as well, but it works to take older songs that work well together and condense them down shorter).
i'm playing tonight with my jazz band (9pm-12:30am) = we have 24 tunes scheduled...may not play all of them!
Jazz is a whole 'nother kettle of fish - let the sax player take a 10 chorus solo. It can be a thing o
We usually do 13-15 songs per set and either 3 or 4 sets a night. So...between 39 and 60. For years I had a C & W band in el Lay and we actually had about 9 sets that we rotated over the course of those 5 night engagements. Those were the days.
3 sets, 18 songs per set on the set list. We don’t get to all of them.
So that’s 54 songs. 4 hour gig, 2 breaks.
The scene here in the sorts of bands I play with, we're usually on bills with 3-5 bands, so each act only gets a single 30-40 minute set. Both bands I'm in play originals, and our songs are mostly in the 5-6 minute range, so we get 5 or 6 songs, usually. Sometimes one more if things speed up, lol. Back when I was playing in blues, rock, and country bands in Nashville, it was more like 3-4 sets a night with 12-15 songs each set.
35 songs a night, 3 sets x 45mins each.
120 songs on the list, 60 in current rotation.
Pre-planned set lists, will rearrange if dance floor is packed.
No requests but will dedicate a song to a person (esp staff).
2 sets. 15 minute break on a 4 hr gig. Approx 50 songs per night - however we have 100+ ready to go as needed for requests, etc. We like to keep the energy up.