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Pink: Photo Ros O'Gorman

Pink Covers The Rolling Stones

by Paul Cashmere on June 26, 2013

in Live,News

Pink has added a Rolling Stones song into her Australian setlist.

As part of The Truth About Love tour Pink is now covering The Stones ‘Miss You’ replacing Chris Isaak’s ‘Wicked Game’ from the European leg of the tour.

On Pink’s 2006 tour she covered Guns ‘n Roses ‘Welcome To The Jungle’ and performed a medley of Janis Joplin songs. She also covered Led Zeppelin’s “Babe I’m Gonna Leave You’ and Divinyls ‘I Touch Myself’ on her last tour.

The setlist for Pink’s first Australian show from Perth, June 25 was:

The Truth About Love (from The Truth About Love, 2012)
Raise Your Glass (from Greatest Hits So Far, 2010)
Walk Of Shame (from The Truth About Love, 2012)
Just Like A Pill (from Missundaztood, 2001)
U + Ur Hand (from I’m No Dead, 2006)
Leave Me Alone (I’m Lonely) (from I’m No Dead, 2006)
True Love (from The Truth About Love, 2012)
Try (from The Truth About Love, 2012)
Miss You (Rolling Stones cover)
Just Give Me A Reason (from The Truth About Love, 2012)
Trouble (from Try This, 2003)
Are We All We Are (from The Truth About Love, 2012)
How Come You’re Not Here (from The Truth About Love, 2012)
Where Did The Beat Go? (from The Truth About Love, 2012)
Sober (from Funhouse, 2008)
The Great Escape (from The Truth About Love, 2012)
Who Knew (from I’m No Dead, 2006)
Fuckin’ Perfect (from Greatest Hits So Far, 2010)
Most Girls/There You Go/You Make Me Sick (from Can’t Take Me Home, 2000)
Slut Like You (from The Truth About Love, 2012)
Blow Me (One Last Kiss) (from The Truth About Love, 2012)
So What (from Funhouse, 2008)

Glitter In The Air (from Funhouse, 2008)

Pink will perform again tonight (26th), Friday (28th) and Saturday (29th) before heading to Adelaide on July 1.

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