Sunday, April 29, 2012

Tiger Jam 2012 - JBJ & Friends set list

Jon Bon Jovi and Friends headlined Tiger Jam overnight to benefit the Tiger Woods Foundation which aims to provide educational opportunities for young people.

Here's the setlist... If anyone could confirm/correct or add any more information (e.g. who was in the band), that would be awesome.

Tiger Jam 2012 - Mandalay Bay Events Center - Las Vegas, Nevada, USA - April 28, 2012
  1. So You Wanna Be a Rock and Roll Star [The Byrds cover]
  2. You Give Love A Bad Name
  3. Ain't Nothin' But a House Party [The J. Geils Band cover]
  4. Oh, Pretty Woman [Roy Orbison cover]
  5. Lost Highway
  6. Chain of Fools [Aretha Franklin cover] - Layonne Holmes vox
  7. I'm Your Man [Leonard Cohen cover]
  8. Bad Medicine
  9. Old Time Rock and Roll [Bob Seger cover]
  10. We Weren't Born To Follow
  11. Just Older
  12. Livin' on a Prayer - acoustic
  13. Wanted Dead or Alive
  14. Under Pressure [Queen/David Bowie cover]
  15. Sympathy For The Devil [Rolling Stones cover]
  16. Start Me Up [Rolling Stones cover]
  17. Baba O'Riley [The Who cover] - Bobby Bandiera vox
  18. I'll Sleep When I'm Dead
  19. Good Times [Chic song]
  20. The Letter [The Box Tops song]
  21. Who Says You Can't Go Home
  22. Encore
  23. Hallelujah [Leonard Cohen cover]
  24. 634-5789 [Wilson Pickett cover]


  1. Was there, hated it,it was like watching a cover band playing a poorly thought out set list, aretha franklin???? REALLY! my ticket was 150.00 on the floor 10 rows back, I left mid way and caught the house band at Mandaly Bay wich kicked ass, I think thier name was Phoenix.

  2. I was there. I was really concerned early on, but the show got a lot better and became a lot of fun. The band was passable, but really gives you an appreciation for how tight Bon Jovi actually plays.

    The setlist did have some WTF moments, and much of the show seemed pretty self indulgent. My other complaint would be why are some of these covers are even here. Jon has some good solo stuff to play (Blaze of Glory and the whole Destination Anywhere album) and we get stuck with Old Time Rock and Roll?!?!

    Overall, it was a good show and I'm glad I went. But, there were about 10 people on stage and I think Jon needs to realize what people are paying to see...which is not Aretha Franklin or Roy Orbison.

  3. a quick question for those that attended: was Good Times actually in the setlist? many don't recall the band playing that track and i haven't seen it turn up anywhere. thanks in advance!

  4. ^ I'd like to know that as well. :)


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