JOHN SYKES: Setlist For Japanese Tour Opener Revealed

Legendary guitarist John Sykes (THIN LIZZY, WHITESNAKE, BLUE MURDER) has just kicked off a solo tour of Japan with a show in Osaka Friday night. Joining Sykes in his touring band are former DREAM THEATER/YNGWIE MALMSTEEN keyboardist Derek Sherinian, bassist Marco Mendoza (WHITESNAKE, BLUE MURDER, THIN LIZZY) and drummer Tommy Aldridge (OZZY OSBOURNE, TED NUGENT, WHITESNAKE).

The setlist for the Osaka show was as follows:

01. We All Fall Down
02. Cautionary Warning
03. Billy
04. Bad Boys
05. Cold Sweat
06. Crying In The Rain
07. Tommy Aldridge Drum Solo
08. Jelly Roll
09. She Knows
10. Defcon 1
11. I Don't Wanna Live My Life Like You
12. Is This Love
13. Still Of The Night
Encore:
14. Please Don't Leave Me
15. Look In His Eyes
16. Thunder and Lightning

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