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  • #15335

    superblonde
    Keymaster

    This is maybe “What’s next after the Find A Song for Stage 1” topic http://guitarlessonforum.com/guitar-forums/topic/stage-1-finish-find-a-song .
    A long while back I started collecting set lists of various local cover bands. It would be cool to share these and add some pointers to similar topics so I’ll add some in the future, could be a good reference. As well as contrasting what people play in different regions, because I have always heard a lot of R&B (almost always Mustang Sally) mixed into typical dive bar cover bands in so-cal, and Santana, too. Nah, it’s not metal, but gotta start somewhere, right? I also had a similar thread, which had a couple solid set lists (harder songs tho), http://guitarlessonforum.com/guitar-forums/topic/working-cover-band-set-lists Working Cover Band Set Lists.

    Here is a setlist I saw posted last week, by a local rock band from their “looking for lead guitarist” ad. It’s good to learn songs which people often want to hear 😀 and songs which bands often play, that means, being able to play with people spontaneously.

    The songs below are the ones we are currently working on. Nothing is final as we expect more input from band members. Our set list will be more extensive.

    1. Spooky
    2. Running Down a Dream
    3. Cat Scratch Fever
    4. Can’t You See
    5. Mustang Sally
    6. Margaritaville
    7. Brown Eyed Girl
    8. Keep Your Hands to Yourself
    9. Black Magic Woman
    10. Born to be Wild
    11. Breakdown
    12. Alright now
    13. Knock’n on Heaven’s Door (Guns ‘N Roses version)

    I'm an intermediate student of Metal Method. I play seitannic heavy metal. All Kale Seitan! The glutens will be eaten with relish!
    And on the Seventh Day, Mustaine said: ∇ ⨯ E = - ∂B / ∂t ; and there was Thrash; and it had a ♭3; and it was good.

  • #15338

    rorygfan
    Participant

    Stranglehold instead of cat scatch.
    American Girl instead of those other Petty songs. Hotel California seems like everybody relates to that.
    Mustang Sally is so worn out. Like rap rock, that one song I just dont get it.
    Girls dance to Bon Jovi need a tune from them Always seems popular, Aerosmith too like Crazy. Journey, Cheap Trick, maybe Du Hast or Sonne if some strippers show up to the party. Personal Jesus the Manson version if they want to really to dance. Ha. Margaritaville always seems to work for all ages for the party mood, Red, Red Wine, No woman no cry would add that and Cocaine seems to be a popular songs ive
    noticed on cruises. That might be a good source cruise line bands set lists. I think you can skip the Zep and Deep Purple. Stones Brown Sugar and a Beatles tune like their version of Birthday. “A little help from my friends” or Money people can get into dance.

    Born to be wild if it is played correctly heard alot of crummy versions of that one. Same goes for All Right Now if you duplicate the Kossoff inversion he did so cool on that.
    My 2 cents. I have a top 1000 list i could email you.

  • #15342

    rightonthemark
    Participant

    here in northwest ohio i played in bands from about 1992 thru about 2004.

    here’s a list of tunes i’m pretty sure every band i was in played…

    cat scratch fever
    rock and roll all nite
    cold gin
    living after midnight
    you got another thing coming
    breaking the law
    born to be wild
    godzilla
    crazy train
    you really got me
    ain’t talkin’ ’bout love
    tnt
    beer drinkers and hell raisers
    tush
    same old song and dance
    paranoid
    dirty white boy
    jailbreak (thin lizzy)

    here are some personal favorites i didn’t play in every band…

    slide it in
    there’s only one way to rock
    lights out (ufo)
    flying high again
    sweet emotion
    20th century boy
    shine
    breaking the chains
    no more mr. nice guy
    suite madame blue
    blue collar man
    young lust
    living loving maid
    eye of the tiger
    fight for your right to party

    and some other tunes i played that always seemed to go over well…

    keep your hands to yourself
    once bitten twice shy
    dirty deeds
    shook me all night long
    have a drink on me
    brown eyed girl
    mony mony
    what i like about you
    old time rock and roll
    can’t get enough
    smoke on the water
    hot blooded
    roadhouse blues
    enter sandman
    smokin’ in the boys room

    the thing about songs like mustang sally or knocking on heaven’s door is they leave a lot of room for improvising or making it your own. they’ve been recorded by multiple artists so no single version is standard anymore – just the basic outline of the tune. they also tend to be very easy to play. i suggest adding as many of those as possible to any set list. and only pull them out when you need them. i learned to like playing songs i didn’t care for because the crowd was into them so i did things to make them my own.

    rock and roll ain't pretty; that's why they picked us to play it.

  • #15343

    superblonde
    Keymaster

    Sweet, now see some songs in common. True that it is fun to play songs which normally make me roll my eyes because the songs get people dancing around. It is a real phenomenon, women dancing to songs sung about women getting around, hah. 😀

    Considering the popularity of the Stones (still one of the world’s biggest groups by $$$) I always thought it was odd to not hear more local covers. Led Zep I can see why it is not covered often because the vocals are hard to pay tribute to, but Stones I dunno. AC/DC always seems to be in the list.

    This topic is inspired by and related to the recent one by Igglepud “So I’m Going Pro” http://guitarlessonforum.com/guitar-forums/topic/so-im-going-pro which lists other good songs to play.

    I'm an intermediate student of Metal Method. I play seitannic heavy metal. All Kale Seitan! The glutens will be eaten with relish!
    And on the Seventh Day, Mustaine said: ∇ ⨯ E = - ∂B / ∂t ; and there was Thrash; and it had a ♭3; and it was good.

  • #15347

    rightonthemark
    Participant

    i’ve only ever played one stones tune – jumping jack flash.
    it kinda ranks up there with taking care of business.
    they’re easy and fill up a set list and the older crowd will like them.
    but i think they’ve been done so much that most folks are over them.
    rock and roll by zep is good but the drummer has to be able to do the intro or it’s a bust.

    rock and roll ain't pretty; that's why they picked us to play it.

  • #15358

    joaopazguitar
    Participant

    See you can find something in here 😀

    Popular cover songs

  • #15359

    rightonthemark
    Participant

    …and for several other tunes i’ve done live…

    flying high again
    believer
    where have all the good times gone (van halen version)
    deuce
    strutter
    walking the dog
    lord of the thighs
    funk #49
    walk away
    mississippi queen (or as we called it – Mrs. Hippie Queen)
    turn up the radio
    new girl now
    heading out to the highway
    green manalishi
    diamonds & rust
    dreamer deceiver
    deceiver
    i stand alone
    stone in love
    anyway you want it
    symphony of destruction
    rock and roll
    immigrant song
    heavy metal (don felder)
    lunatic fringe
    gonna raise hell
    surrender
    magic power
    rock bottom (ufo)
    doctor, doctor (ufo)
    only you can rock me
    n.i.b.
    hard to handle
    jailbreak (ac/dc)
    live wire (ac/dc)
    fantasy (aldo nova)
    rock steady
    burning sky
    train train
    dreams i’ll never see
    flirtin with disaster
    fool for the city
    i just wanna make love to you
    already gone
    american woman
    are you gonna go me way
    would?
    no excuses
    man in the box
    hunger strike
    outshined
    plush
    sex type thing
    interstate love song
    cumbersome
    and fools shine on
    smells like teen spirit
    far behind
    free for all
    great white buffalo
    good friends & a bottle of wine
    fred bear
    too rolling stoned
    day of the eagle
    don’t fear the reaper
    cities on flame
    is it my body
    unchain the night
    fat bottom girls
    tie your mother down
    modern day cowboy
    gettin better
    do ya
    the tropper
    flight of iccarus
    ten seconds to loverock candy
    make it last
    hair of the dog
    childhood’s end (pink floyd)
    metal health
    working man
    the zoo
    big city nights
    stealin’
    slow ‘n’ easy
    i love you (climax blues band)
    cleveland rocks
    grow old with you (song from the wedding singer that adam sandler sings on the plane)
    bringing on the heartbreak
    switch 625
    kryptonite
    learn to fly (foo fighters)
    riding the storm out
    sweet home alabama
    the needle & the spoon

    i’m probably missing some but that’s most of them.

    \m/

    rock and roll ain't pretty; that's why they picked us to play it.

  • #15362

    AlleyCatRocker1980s
    Participant

    There are some pretty good Set Lists here…Open Mic, an Electric!…..I like this 🙂

    Practicing Guitar

  • #15364

    safetyblitz
    Participant

    See you can find something in here 😀

    Popular cover songs

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    For anyone who’s curious, here’s a roundup of the song counts for the top performers on that list (I’ve limited the roundup to performers with more than three entries on the list):

    [edit: the original list is slightly skewed from redundant entries where song titles or performer names were given with more than one spelling. I caught the obvious ones, but may have missed a few]

    8 eric clapton
    8 beatles
    7 rolling stones
    6 eagles
    5 elvis presley
    5 creedence clearwater revival
    5 bruno mars
    5 bon jovi
    4 tom petty
    4 santana
    4 lynyrd skynyrd
    4 adele
    3 zz top
    3 van morrison
    3 pink floyd
    3 neil young
    3 maroon 5
    3 led zeppelin
    3 foo fighters
    3 doobie brothers
    3 dire straits
    3 cream
    3 ccr
    3 bryan adams
    3 billy joel

  • #15365

    joaopazguitar
    Participant

     

    For anyone who’s curious, here’s a roundup of the song counts for the top performers on that list (I’ve limited the roundup to performers with more than three entries on the list): [edit: the original list is slightly skewed from titles entered with variations (e.g. Summer of ’69 is on the list twice), I haven’t corrected for that] 8 eric clapton 8 beatles 7 rolling stones 6 eagles 5 elvis presley 5 creedence clearwater revival 5 bruno mars 5 bon jovi 4 van morrison 4 tom petty 4 santana 4 maroon 5 4 lynyrd skynyrd 4 bryan adams 4 adele 3 zz top 3 the beatles 3 pink floyd 3 neil young 3 led zeppelin 3 foo fighters 3 doobie brothers 3 dire straits 3 cream 3 ccr 3 billy joel

    Now that was interesting, particularly to see which new names managed to cut into the past decades heavyweights – and still they look a bit of outsiders on that list; The Foo Fighters, there’s a band I need to go back and catch up with!

  • #15367

    safetyblitz
    Participant

    Now that was interesting, particularly to see which new names managed to cut into the past decades heavyweights – and still they look a bit of outsiders on that list; The Foo Fighters, there’s a band I need to go back and catch up with!

    For another angle, here’s a different roundup, looking only at the top 100 songs (assuming the original list was ranked in order):

    5 eagles
    3 rolling stones
    3 eric clapton
    3 creedence clearwater revival
    3 bruno mars
    3 beatles
    2 zz top
    2 van morrison
    2 u2
    2 tom petty
    2 pink floyd
    2 lynyrd skynyrd
    2 kings of leon
    2 johnny cash
    2 doobie brothers
    2 adele

  • #15368

    superblonde
    Keymaster

    Bruno Mars, whut?! Actually I am still hoping for Motley to post his Bruno Mars cover 😀 Haha

    I'm an intermediate student of Metal Method. I play seitannic heavy metal. All Kale Seitan! The glutens will be eaten with relish!
    And on the Seventh Day, Mustaine said: ∇ ⨯ E = - ∂B / ∂t ; and there was Thrash; and it had a ♭3; and it was good.

  • #18358

    superblonde
    Keymaster

    I think after my band experience this past year my opinion for beginners learning first songs would be, to pick a few songs directly from local band set lists or pick from real set lists found somewhere. Not necessarily pick from a supposed “Here’s a list of easy songs”. In small part because the “easy song” lists online and even published easy song books are not so great. The cover bands are already picking songs at a level which are possible to play for a typical Joe Guitarist, isn’t that right? And not so great to pick from a database of “most popular rock songs” because that has no flavor to it. Band set lists that seem best sounding to me live, have a particular focus (decade, or era, or personal favorites, whatever), that a list from a database won’t have. The songs often have a particular order picked on purpose too, etc.

    Even if someone starting out has no inspiration to play in a dive bar cover band, they’re going to be playing to someone at some point, whether it’s a friend or a date or some neighbors in a backyard BBQ, or meeting someone else who says “wow you play guitar, hey let me bring my guitar too and we can play a couple songs, yea I can kinda fake singing it, and maybe do the solo, if you play it”. So, start out learning a song that other people can sing along with (everybody knows the lyrics), and everyone will easily recognize.

    Anyways here is another setlist I found in my archives that I copied from a regularly playing cover band :

    Set 1

    1. Holiday-GreenDay
    2 Low- Cracker
    3 Paint it Black-Stones
    4 Paralyzer -Finger 11
    5 Black-Pearl Jam
    6 Done Me Wrong -Cactus Juice
    7 Doesn’t Remind Me-Audio Slave
    8 My Own Worst Enemy-Lit
    9 Love Me Dead-Ludo
    10 I Don’t Wanna Be-Gavin Degraw
    11 Tin Soldier -Small Faces
    12 Santeria-Sublime

    Set 2

    1 Seven Nation Army-White Stripes
    2 Cold Hard Bitch -Jet
    3 Say It aint So-Weezer
    4 Interstate Love Song -STP
    5 Plowed -Sponge
    6 Light Of Day-Cactus Juice
    7 Hard to Handle-Black Crowse
    8 Midnight Rider – Allman Bros
    9 She Hates me-Puddle of Mudd
    10 Tomorrow -Silverchair
    11 Slither -Velvet Revolver

    Set 3

    1 Folsom -Johny Cash
    2 Hero -FooFighters
    3 Feel Like Making Love -Bad company
    4 Calling You-Blue October
    5 You May Be Right -Billy Joel
    6 I’ll Take You Home-Cactus Juice
    7 Man in a Box-Alice in Chains
    8 Thank You -Led Zeppelin
    9 Use somebody -Kings of Leon
    10 Green River-CCR
    11 Harder to Breathe -Maroon 5
    12 We Gotta Get Out of this Place -Animals

    Set 4

    1 Call Me the Breeze-Lynyrd Skynryd
    2 Far Behind -CandleBox
    3 House of the Rising Sun-Animals
    4 Squeeze Box-The Who
    5 Revolution -Beatles

    I'm an intermediate student of Metal Method. I play seitannic heavy metal. All Kale Seitan! The glutens will be eaten with relish!
    And on the Seventh Day, Mustaine said: ∇ ⨯ E = - ∂B / ∂t ; and there was Thrash; and it had a ♭3; and it was good.

  • #18376

    Igglepud
    Participant

    “Believe me when I say that I’ve got something for his punk ass”- this one line is worth playing “Santería” live. People love it. You can play the whole thing with barre chords and the solo is easy.

    MY ROCK IS FIERCE!!!

  • #19189

    superblonde
    Keymaster

    Another working band set list. courtesy of a craigslist ad

    ALL RIGHT NOW
    YOU’RE SO VAIN
    CINNAMON GIRL
    DEAR MR. FANTASY
    BITCH (Rolling Stones, NOT Meredith Brooks!)
    YOU’RE NO GOOD
    STAY WITH ME
    JEALOUS AGAIN
    MR. SOUL
    JUMPIN JACK FLASH
    STEPPIN STONE
    STOP DRAGGIN MY HEART AROUND
    BE MY LOVER
    ROCKY MOUNTAIN WAY
    I JUST WANT TO MAKE LOVE TO YOU
    ROCK N ROLL HOOCHIE KOO
    THE BOYS ARE BACK IN TOWN
    RESPECTABLE
    SHAKEN ALL OVER
    HAPPY (Rolling Stones, NOT Pharrell Williams!)
    DEAD FLOWERS
    AMERICAN WOMAN
    GOOD LOVIN GONE BAD
    30 DAYS IN THE HOLE
    ALL OVER NOW
    HONKY TONK WOMAN
    FORTUNATE SON
    REVOLUTION
    COME TOGETHER
    BROWN SUGAR
    YOU REALLY GOT ME

    This thread is a duplicate topic to another one I started and forgot.. here http://guitarlessonforum.com/guitar-forums/topic/working-cover-band-set-lists Working cover band set lists – but I dont want to merge the threads because the forum messes up the chronology for merged threads.

    I'm an intermediate student of Metal Method. I play seitannic heavy metal. All Kale Seitan! The glutens will be eaten with relish!
    And on the Seventh Day, Mustaine said: ∇ ⨯ E = - ∂B / ∂t ; and there was Thrash; and it had a ♭3; and it was good.

  • #19198

    rorygfan
    Participant

    “Be my lover”?  Spice Girls? Ha.  “Dear Mr Fantasy” Traffic_ winwood I dont know if anybody could dance to that.  I haven’t seen “stay with me” the faces/Rod Stewart ever on a set list. Have you seen it before on a list or anybody these days play it live… and I’m naive?  Great song and guitar tone.  Gasoline Alley off the same album is my favorite.

    • #19208

      superblonde
      Keymaster

      Hah, about dancing.. talking about classic rock fans aka baby boomers here.. you know, they don’t so much.. uh.. dance quote unquote 😀 instead kind of sway around and gesture spastically. LOL and don’t forget the spinning in place, always a favorite hippy girl dance floor move 😀

      I should mention that particular set list, is from a female fronted cover band. Normal mortal guys cant touch that vocal range otherwise, whew..

      that might explain some of the song choices.. and why rod stewart isnt covered by most bands maybe?

      I’m pretty sure I have heard Stay With Me from bar bands – tho not recently. Maybe from the more R&B/blues/funk bar bands.

      Honestly in terms of genres I just have never been able to put rod stewart in a specific category. It’s blues rock but then again.. it’s somehow not..

      I'm an intermediate student of Metal Method. I play seitannic heavy metal. All Kale Seitan! The glutens will be eaten with relish!
      And on the Seventh Day, Mustaine said: ∇ ⨯ E = - ∂B / ∂t ; and there was Thrash; and it had a ♭3; and it was good.

  • #19199

    rightonthemark
    Participant

    we will rock you (fast version) – queen
    the monkees theme – the monkees
    dirty white boy – foreigner
    cat scratch fever – ted nugent
    crazy train – ozzy
    you really got me – van halen
    beer drinkers and hell raisers – zz top
    you may be right – billy joel
    purple rain – prince
    peace of mind – boston
    i’ll fall in love again – sammy hagar
    switch 625 – def leppard
    fantasy – aldo nova
    rock and roll fantasy – bad company

    this is the start of the set list for the new band i just started.

    rock and roll ain't pretty; that's why they picked us to play it.

  • #19202

    Sean
    Participant

    Mark, congrats on the new band!!!

    Tell me and I will forget ,show me and I'll remember, involve me and I'll understand

  • #19207

    superblonde
    Keymaster

    Yea, Rotm congrats! Lets hear the details..
    and a request, to cover “call to arms” 😀

    I'm an intermediate student of Metal Method. I play seitannic heavy metal. All Kale Seitan! The glutens will be eaten with relish!
    And on the Seventh Day, Mustaine said: ∇ ⨯ E = - ∂B / ∂t ; and there was Thrash; and it had a ♭3; and it was good.

  • #19209

    rightonthemark
    Participant

    thanks…
    details…
    after doing online collabs for a few years and recording and mixing i started to get the itch to play live again. it’s been something like 13 years since i played in a band.
    of course i already posted my amp and i bought that with the idea to eventually do the band thing again. i have also just ordered a harley benton sc450+ to add to my guitar stable for playing live.
    so this drummer i know but didn’t know he was a drummer until recently is the drummer. his son and mine grew up and played baseball together. we were both very involved with the local youth baseball organization but had no clue the other played in bands. even more similarities is we both were military police stationed at fort bragg north carolina in the 1980s. weird, huh?
    none the less we started just by having some open jam sessions with several musicians we know. it has come down to him, me and the bass player from the last band i was in 13 years ago.
    however, he may switch to guitar; because he’s actually a guitarist who switched to bass out of necessity; if we can find a different bass player. if not we may add another guitarist – guitarists are a dime a dozen. but then again, we might stay a three piece. i like two guitar bands. but sometimes the extra added personality can hinder a band. and plus as we practice more and i get more confidence back and my playing gets smoother again i feel less of a need for the second guitar.
    don’t have a name yet. haven’t really talked about it. although, i’ve been thinking maybe flashback would be a good name for a classic cover band.

    also…on the side we may also back up an alice cooper impersonator for an alice cooper tribute band. but that was put on hold until we get the main classic cover band under way. then we may do a few gigs a year as the alice tribute backing band. doing primarily the early alice classics. and the name of that being kicked around is jackknife johnny and easy action (the combination of an alice song and album title).

    …call to arms…?…
    not familiar with the title.

    \m/

    rock and roll ain't pretty; that's why they picked us to play it.

  • #19441

    rightonthemark
    Participant

    we will rock you (fast version) – queen
    the monkees theme – the monkees
    dirty white boy – foreigner
    cat scratch fever – ted nugent
    crazy train – ozzy
    you really got me – van halen
    beer drinkers and hell raisers – zz top
    you may be right – billy joel
    purple rain – prince
    peace of mind – boston
    i’ll fall in love again – sammy hagar
    switch 625 – def leppard
    fantasy – aldo nova
    rock and roll fantasy – bad company

    this is the start of the set list for the new band i just started.

    we have also added…
    the stroke – billy squier
    hot legs – rod stewart
    escape (the pina colada song) – ruppert holmes
    long cool woman – the hollies
    867-5309 (jenny) – tommy tutone

    rock and roll ain't pretty; that's why they picked us to play it.

  • #19703

    superblonde
    Keymaster

    A “looking to play these” list from local 90s cover band.

    STP – INTERSTATE LOVE SONG
    Foo Fighters – EVERLONG
    311 – BEAUTIFUL DISASTER
    White Stripes – 7 NATION ARMY
    Sublime – BADFISH
    Pearl Jam – EVENFLOW
    Bush – MACHINEHEAD
    Lit – MY OWN WORST ENEMY
    Smashing Pumpkins – CHERUB ROCK
    Weezer – SAY IT AINT SO
    Collective Soul – SHINE
    Sublime – SANTERIA
    Jimmy Eat World – THE MIDDLE
    Velvet Revolver – SLITHER
    Black Keys – TIGHTEN UP
    Black Keys – LONELY BOY
    RHCP – DANI CALIFORNIA
    Rage Against the Machine – KILLING IN THE NAME OF
    Pearl Jam – ALIVE
    Eve 6 – INSIDE OUT
    STP – PLUSH
    Jack Johnson – FLAKE
    3rd Eye Blind – SEMI CHARMED
    Ben Harper – STEAL MY KISSES
    Toadies – POSSUM KINGDOM
    Goldfinger – here in your bedroom
    blink-182 – ALL THE SMALL THINGS
    Weezer – HASHPIPE
    Darkness – BELIEVE…THING CALLED LOVE
    Harvey Danger – FLAGPOLE SITTA
    311 – ALL MIXED UP

    I'm an intermediate student of Metal Method. I play seitannic heavy metal. All Kale Seitan! The glutens will be eaten with relish!
    And on the Seventh Day, Mustaine said: ∇ ⨯ E = - ∂B / ∂t ; and there was Thrash; and it had a ♭3; and it was good.

  • #19705

    rightonthemark
    Participant

    we will rock you (fast version) – queen
    the monkees theme – the monkees
    dirty white boy – foreigner
    cat scratch fever – ted nugent
    crazy train – ozzy
    you really got me – van halen
    beer drinkers and hell raisers – zz top
    you may be right – billy joel
    purple rain – prince
    peace of mind – boston
    i’ll fall in love again – sammy hagar
    switch 625 – def leppard
    fantasy – aldo nova
    rock and roll fantasy – bad company

    this is the start of the set list for the new band i just started.

    we have also added…
    the stroke – billy squier
    hot legs – rod stewart
    escape (the pina colada song) – ruppert holmes
    long cool woman – the hollies
    867-5309 (jenny) – tommy tutone

    more stuff we’re adding…
    hot blooded – foreigner
    new girl now – honeymoon suite
    go for a soda – kim mitchell
    hit me with your best shot – pat benatar
    my sharona – the knack
    white wedding – billy idol
    simple man – skynyrd
    shakin – eddie money
    ah leah – donnie iris

    we’ve talked about some others but haven’t jammed them yet or decided for sure. i’ll add more as we go.

    rock and roll ain't pretty; that's why they picked us to play it.

  • #19707

    safetyblitz
    Participant

    new girl now – honeymoon suite go for a soda – kim mitchell

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