Cold Chisel Reactivate For 2012 -
Cold Chisel, Jimmy Barnes and Ian Moss - Photo By Ros O'Gorman

Cold Chisel, Jimmy Barnes and Ian Moss - Photo By Ros O'Gorman

Cold Chisel Reactivate For 2012

by Paul Cashmere on April 8, 2012

in Live,New Music,News

Cold Chisel have performed two shows for 2012 with two more to go in Australia and another for London on the way.

Cold Chisel, Jimmy Barnes and Ian Moss - Photo By Ros O'Gorman

Cold Chisel, Jimmy Barnes and Ian Moss - Photo By Ros O'Gorman

After playing Bluesfest in Byron Bay last Thursday, Cold Chisel flew to the West Coast to perform in Perth last night (April 7).

The current setlist reflects the release of the new album ‘No Plans’ released on Friday with six songs from the album making the set, two of which we also one the recent ‘The Best Of Cold Chisel – All For You’ album. (‘All For You’ and ‘HQ454 Monroe’.

Cold Chisel will bring the ‘No Plans’ show to Melbourne’s Festival Hall on Thursday April 12 and then play Sydney’s Hordern Pavilion on April 18.

The next scheduled show is July 13 for Hard Rock Calling in Hyde Park, London as special guest of Soundgarden.

The setlist from Perth last night was:

Standing On The Outside (from East, 1980)
Cheap Wine (from East, 1980)
No Plans (from No Plans, 2012)
HQ454 Monroe (from No Plans, 2012)
Saturday Night(from Twentieth Century, 1984)
Everybody (from No Plans, 2012)
Forever Now (from Circus Animals, 1982)
Yakuza Girls (from The Last Wave of Summer, 1998)
My Baby (from East, 1980)
Rising Sun (from East, 1980)
Summer Moon (from No Plans, 2012)
Choir Girl (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 Sahn (from Cold Chisel, 1978)
Bow River (from Circus Animals, 1982)

When The War Is Over (from Circus Animals, 1982)
Dead And Laid To Rest (from No Plans, 2012)
Four Walls (from East, 1980)
Goodbye (Astrid Goodbye) (from Breakfast At Sweethearts, 1979)



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