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Cold Chisel Play Canberra Ahead Of Adelaide

by Paul Cashmere on February 27, 2015

in Live,News

Cold Chisel have played their one-off show at Canberra’s Royal Theatre as a warm-up for this weekend’s Clipsal 500 appearance in Adelaide.

Chisel formed in Adelaide in the mid 70s and relocated to Melbourne and then Sydney where the band was finally based. The trip to hometown Adelaide will include Cold Chisel’s induction into the South Australian Music Hall of Fame.

Chisel’s Canberra show dug deep into the catalogue with ‘Home and Broken Hearted’ and ‘Taipan’ played for the first time since 2004 and ‘Never Before’ resurfacing in the setlist for the first time since the 80s.

Artwork for the Canberra gig feature Australia’s no. 1 Knightmare Sir Prince Phillip draped in a Chisel bandana.

Cold Chisel setlist, Canberra Royal Theatre 26 February 2015

Standing On The Outside (from East, 1980)
Home and Broken Hearted (from Cold Chisel, 1978)
Letter To Alan (from Circus Animals, 1982)
Saturday Night (from Twentieth Century, 1984)
No Plans (from No Plans, 2012)
HQ454 Monroe (from No Plans, 2012)
Cheap Wine (from East, 1980)
The Things I Love In You (from The Last Wave of Summer, 1998)
Shipping Steel (from Breakfast At Sweethearts, 1979)
My Baby (from East, 1980)
Yakuza Girls (from The Last Wave of Summer, 1998)
Taipan (from Circus Animals, 1982)
Bow River(from Circus Animals, 1982)

Four Walls (from East, 1980)
Rising Sun (from East, 1980)
Choir Girl (from East, 1980)
Forever Now (from Circus Animals, 1982)
Never Before (from East, 1980)
All For You (from No Plans, 2012)
You Got Nothing I Want (from Circus Animals, 1982)
Merry Go Round (from Breakfast At Sweethearts, 1979)
Flame Trees (from Twentieth Century, 1984)
Khe Sanh (from Cold Chisel, 1978)
Houndog (from Circus Animals, 1982)

When The War Is Over (from Circus Animals, 1982)
One Long Day (from Cold Chisel, 1978)
Goodbye (from Breakfast At Sweethearts, 1979)

Breakfast At Sweethearts (from Breakfast At Sweethearts, 1979)
Painted Doll (from Twentieth Century, 1984)

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