Jon Stevens Pieces Together His Music Life Over One Setlist -
Noiseworks lead singer Jon Stevens performs at the Red Hot Summer tour in Mornington at the Mornington Racecourse. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Jon Stevens, Noiseworks. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Jon Stevens Pieces Together His Music Life Over One Setlist

by Paul Cashmere on May 6, 2018

in News

Jon Stevens latest shows piece together over 30 years of music successes covering his early days with Noiseworks, his recent years with The Dead Daises and his time with INXS and as part of Jesus Christ Superstar.

That first Noiseworks album was released in 1987. It earned Jon his first Platinum award. Actually it earned his three for sales over 210,000).

Noiseworks next two album ‘Touch’ and ‘Love Versus Money’ were both top 10 albums in Australia. ‘Love Verses Money’ made it all the way to number one on 1991.

In 2013 Jon Stevens founded his own supergroup The Dead Daisies with Dizzy Reed of Guns N’ Roses. The band toured the world playing with Kiss, Aerosmith and ZZ Top. Jon also fronted INXS from 2000-2003. He also had two goes at Jesus Christ Superstar, firstly as Judas in the 1992 Australian concert arena production and as Pontius Pilate in the 2013 show with Mel C and Tim Minchin.

Jon Stevens will perform The Best of Jon Stevens show at the Corner Hotel in Melbourne on 9 June 2018. Get tickets here

Jon Stevens setlist 24 April 2018, Brisbane

Welcome to the World (from Noiseworks, Noiseworks, 1987)
Burning Feeling (from Noiseworks, Noiseworks, 1987)
Love Somebody (from Noiseworks, Noiseworks, 1987)
Simple Man (from Noiseworks, Touch, 1988)
It’s Gonna Take Time (from The Dead Daisies, 2013)
Miles and Miles (from Noiseworks, Touch, 1988)
R.I.P. (Millie) (from Noiseworks, Love Vs Money, 1991)
Voice of Reason (from Noiseworks, Touch, 1988)
Take Me Back (from Noiseworks, Noiseworks, 1987)
Need You Tonight (INXS cover)
Kick (INXS cover)
Don’t Change (INXS cover)
Hot Chilli Woman (from Noiseworks, Touch, 1988)

Superstar Medley
No Lies (from Noiseworks, Noiseworks, 1987)
Touch (from Noiseworks, Touch, 1988)

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