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Sammy Hagar and the Circle

Sammy Hagar and the Circle

Sammy Hagar latest setlist goes way back to 1973

by Paul Cashmere on May 14, 2019

in News

Sammy Hagar fans heading to any of his shows with his current Supergroup The Circle are being treated to a setlist going way back to where it began for Sammy with the band Montrose.

Sammy was the lead singer for the two Montrose albums in 1973 and 1974. Montrose managed a Platinum album with their self-titled debut despite it peaking at no 133.

Sammy Hagar also had a solo hit in the USA in 1984 with ‘I Can’t Drive ‘55’. Its here too.

And then there’s the Sammy era Van Halen songs. Six songs from the current set represented Sammy’s Van Halen years.

The solo works are here but so too the new music from ‘Space Between’ featuring The Circle, his band with Michael Anthony, Jason Bonham and Vic Johnson.

Sammy Hagar and the Circle setlist, Tulsa, 4 May 2019

Trust Fund Baby (from Space Between, 2019)
There’s Only One Way to Rock (from Standing Hampton, 1981)
Three Lock Box (from Three Lock Box, 1982)
Poundcake (from Van Halen, For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge, 1991)
I Can’t Drive 55 (from VOA, 1984)
Can’t Hang (from Space Between, 2019)
The Seventh Seal (from Van Halen, Balance, 1995)
Finish What Ya Started (from Van Halen, OU812, 1988)
Right Now (from Van Halen, For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge, 1991)
Devil Came to Philly (from Space Between, 2019)
Full Circle Jam (Chump Change) (from Space Between, 2019)
Rock Candy (from Montrose, Montrose, 1973)
Why Can’t This Be Love (from Van Halen, 5150, 1986)
Rock and Roll (Led Zeppelin cover)
Heavy Metal (from Standing Hampton, 1981)
Mas Mezquila (Sammy Hagar and the Wabos song)

Eagles Fly (from I Never Said Goodbye, 1997)
Best of Both Worlds (from Van Halen, 5150, 1986)
Affirmation (from Space Between, 2019)


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5/22/19 Alpharetta, GA
5/24/19 Northfield, OH
5/25/19 Bensalem, PA
5/26/19 Gilford, NH
5/28/19 Boston, MA
5/29/19 Farmingville, NY
5/31/19 Vienna, VA
6/1/19 Mashantucket, CT
6/4/19 Lewiston, NY
6/5/19 Clarkston, MI
6/8/19 Battle Creek, MI

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