JERRY CANTRELL: North Carolina Set List Revealed
Here is former ALICE IN CHAINS guitarist Jerry Cantrell's set list from last night's (April 27th) show at City Fest in Charlotte, North Carolina:
01. Psychotic Break
02. Bargain Basement Howard Hughes
04. Cut You In
05. Angry Chair
06. Man In The Box
07. My Song
10. What The Hell Have I
11. Anger Rising
12. No Excuses
13. Down In A Hole
14. Them Bones
Cantrell reportedly introduced "Angry Chair" as a song written by my good friend Layne Staley and thanked the crowd for the rousing reception given to his version of "Man In The Box" by saying that Layne would be proud. Former SUICIDAL TENDENCIES and current OZZY OSBOURNE bassist Robert Trujillo, who played on Cantrell's forthcoming Degradation Trip CD, reportedly joined the group for half the show, while COMES WITH THE FALL bassist Adam Stanger handled the bass duties for the remaining tracks.
Pictures of Jerry Cantrell performing at Bonzai 2002 at Miami, Florida's Bicentennial Park on Friday, April 26th can be viewed at this location.
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