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Dweezil Zappa To Play 50 Years Of Frank In Australia and New Zealand

by Paul Cashmere on August 10, 2017

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Dweezil Zappa is heading back to Australia and New Zealand in February 2018 to mark 50 years of his father Frank Zappa’s music.

The Dweezil Zappa Plays Whatever The Fuck He Wants tour will feature his band The Other of Intention.

Here is a recent setlist from the 50 years Of Frank Zappa tour from Dweezil in Colorado, August 8, 2017.

Transylvania Boogie (from Chunga’s Revenge, 1970)
Help, I’m a Rock
It Can’t Happen Here (from Freak Out, 1966)
You’re Probably Wondering Why I’m Here (from Freak Out, 1966)
Harry You’re A Beast (from We’re Only In It For The Money, 1968)
Lemme Take You to the Beach (from Studio Tan, 1978)
Who Are the Brain Police? (from Freak Out, 1966)
Inca Roads (from One Size Fits All, 1975)
Holiday in Berlin, Full Blown (from Burnt Weeny Sandwich, 1970)
The Meek Shall Inherit Nothing (from You Are What You Is, 1981)
Montana (from Over-Nite Sensation, 1973)
Zomby Woof (from Over-Nite Sensation, 1973)
Black Napkins (from Zoot Allures, 1976)
Apostrophe (from Apostrophe, 1974)
Doreen (from You Are What You Is, 1981)
You Are What You Is (from You Are What you Is, 1981)
Keep It Greasey (from Joe’s Garage Acts II & III, 1979)
Watermelon in Easter Hay (from Joe’s Garage Acts II & III, 1979)

Encore:
Cosmik Debris (from Apostrophe, 1974)
City of Tiny Lites (from Sheik Yerbouti, 1979)

Dweezil Zappa Australia and New Zealand dates

Tuesday 20th February Auckland Bruce Mason Centre
Thursday 22nd February Brisbane Tivoli Theatre
Friday 23rd February Sydney Enmore Theatre
Saturday 24th February Melbourne Forum Theatre
Sunday 25th February Adelaide The Gov
Tuesday 27th February Perth Astor Theatre

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