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Diesel’s Red Hot Summer Setlist

by Paul Cashmere on February 1, 2019

in News

Diesel is reminding his fans about why they first got into his music with a setlist revolving around his first two albums at Red Hot Summer.

This year marks 30 years since the release of the debut as Johnny Diesel & The Injectors. That first album came out on 6 March, 1989. Diesel is performing three of the hits from the record ‘Don’t Need Love’, ‘Lookin’ for Love’ and a very extended ‘Cry In Shame’.

The second album ‘Hepfidelity’ came three years later, almost to the day. ‘Hepfidelty’ landed on 2 March, 1992. He played ‘Man Alive’, ‘Come To Me’ and Tip of my Tongue’ at Red Hot Summer, Ballarat.

2018 was a big year for Mark Lizotte. Marking his 30th anniversary he released the ‘30: The Greatest Hits’ album and performed the new song from that ‘Give Me Saturday Night’.

Diesel setlist, Red Hot Summer Ballarat 2019

Give Me Saturday Night (from 30: The Greatest Hits, 2018)
Looking for Love (from Johnny Diesel and the Injectors, 1989)
Man Alive (from Hepfidelity, 1992)
Don’t Need Love (from Johnny Diesel and the Injectors, 1989)
Just My Imagination/Come To Me (Temptations cover/from Hepfidelity, 1992)
Tip of my Tongue (from Hepfidelity, 1992)
Cry In Shame (from Johnny Diesel and the Injectors, 1989)

Red Hot Summer Series One remaining dates

Feb 2 Roche Estate, Hunter Valley NSW
Feb 3 Bella Vista Farm, Sydney NSW
Feb 9 Sandstone Point Hotel, Bribie Island QLD
Feb 10 Sandstone Point Hotel, Bribie Island

Red Hot Summer series one features Jimmy Barnes, Joan Jett & The Blackhearts, The Living End, Diesel, Richard Clapton, Chocolate Starfish.

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