I play in a Clapton tribute band (among others). Apparently the BL posted the setlist to our Saturday club gig online a few days before the show (I didn't see it there). During our last set we were doing 80s/90s Clapton and a bunch of people were dancing, so the BL skipped "Wonderful Tonight" to keep momentum going. Stop time comes. As soon as our last song ends the DJ starts blasting bad DJ music. We begin breaking down. I see a Man talking to our second guitarist. Apparently he had seen the online setlist. Man: "Are you the band leader?" G2: "No. He just went in the men's room. He'll be out in a minute. Can I help you with something?" Man: "I am effing furious! You skipped 'Wonderful Tonight.' That was our effing wedding song! It was the only reason we came tonight. It's our anniversary. We are NEVER coming to see your effing band again!!!" Before G2 could respond, the Man stormed into the men's room and accosted our BL at a urinal with the same story. BL offered to go back onstage and do the song, if the club allowed (if was his wedding song, too). Not good enough. "We are NEVER coming to see your effing band again!!!" If he had come to me, I would have asked him, if he knew we skipped it, why didn't he come up and request it? Meanwhile, if he tuned into the local classic rock station on the way home he probably could have heard it twice. Has anyone else got similar stories?