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Bon Jovi Play Nashville SETLIST

by Roger Wink, VVN Music on February 21, 2017

in News

Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena hosts the very biggest of shows that are brought to the city along with awards and special events such as the recent Randy Travis tribute but none have ever been bigger than Saturday’s (February 18) Bon Jovi concert.

The band, on the sixth stop of their “This House is Not For Sale Tour”, brought 18,514 fans to the arena. The availability of a record number of seats was made possible by the band’s 360-degree stage.

The 2-1/2 hour show packed in 24 songs including six from the latest album. They also touched on songs and deeper cuts from nine of their thirteen studio albums along with the “collection” Burning Bridges. Albums missed were Bon Jovi (1984), 7800 Degrees Fahrenheit (1985), These Days (1995) and Bounce (2002).

The track list:

Main Set
This House Is Not for Sale (from This House is Not For Sale, 2016)
Knockout (from This House is Not For Sale, 2016)
You Give Love a Bad Name (from Slippery When Wet, 1986)
Lost Highway (from Lost Highway, 2007)
Whole Lot of Leavin’ (from Lost Highway, 2007)
Roller Coaster (from This House is Not For Sale, 2016)
Work for the Working Man (from The Circle, 2009)
I’ll Sleep When I’m Dead (from Keep the Faith, 1992)
We Got It Goin’ On (from Lost Highway, 2007)
Who Says You Can’t Go Home (from Have a Nice Day, 2005)
It’s My Life (from Crush, 2000)
We Don’t Run (from Burning Bridges, 2015)
God Bless This Mess (from This House is Not For Sale, 2016)
Scars on This Guitar (from This House is Not For Sale, 2016)
The Devil’s in the Temple (from This House is Not For Sale, 2016)
Lay Your Hands on Me (from New Jersey, 1988)
Born to Be My Baby (from New Jersey, 1988)
Have a Nice Day (from Have a Nice Day, 2005)
Bad Medicine (from New Jersey, 1988)
Keep the Faith (from Keep the Faith, 1992)

Encore
Blood on Blood (from New Jersey, 1988)
Because We Can (from What About Now, 2013)
Wanted Dead or Alive (from Slippery When Wet, 1986)
Livin’ on a Prayer (from Slippery When Wet, 1986)

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