LILLIAN AXE Perform Live With New Singer: Video Available

LILLIAN AXE made their live debut with new singer Derrick LeFevre on New Year's Eve in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. "To much delight of the fans, the band dug deep into the vault and brought back many songs that have not been played live in years," reads a posting on the group's web site. The band's setlist for the concert was as follows:

01. Misery
02. Kill Me Again
03. Show a Little Love
04. Body Double
05. Crucified
06. Ghost of Winter
07. Waters Rising
08. Inside Out
09. Deep Blue Shadows
10. Dyin' to Live
11. Innocence
12. Diana
13. Love and War
14. Nobody Knows
15. Deepfreeze
16. Moonlight in your Blood
17. Living in the Grey
18. 2nd of May
19. Psycho
20. World Stops Turning
21. True Believer

To see a clip of "Misery" from the Baton Rouge show, click here.

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