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Jet. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Jet Play Their First Reunion Show Since 2010

by Paul Cashmere on February 1, 2017

in News

The newly reformed Jet played their first show since 2010 in hometown Melbourne last night ahead of their first show with Bruce Springsteen this Thursday.

The Jet warm-up took place at Melbourne pub The Gasometer in Collingswood. It featured the original line-up of Nic Cester, Chris Cester, Mark Wilson and Cameron Muncey.

Jet played a 23-song set based around their three albums ‘Get Born’, ‘Shine On’ and ‘Shaka Rock’ between 2003 and 2009.

Jet played their last show before breaking up in Brisbane on 13 November 2010 but didn’t announce the break-up for 16 months. In a statement released on 26 March 2012 they announced, “A Message To Our Fans: After many successful years of writing, recording and touring we wish to announce our discontinuation as a group. From the many pubs, theatres, stadiums and festivals all across the world, it was the fans that made our amazing story possible and we wish to thank them all. Thank you, and goodnight.”

The Jet reunion was sparked by the offer to play dates with Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band. Jet will open for Springsteen’s Australian shows in Melbourne, Hanging Rock, Hunter Valley and the New Zealand shows in Christchurch and Auckland.

Check dates here http://www.frontiertouring.com/brucespringsteen

Jet will also perform two Sydney shows for Twilight At Taronga on February 16 and 19.

Jet setlist, Melbourne, 31 January 2017

Get What You Need (from Get Born, 2003)
She’s A Genius (from Shaka Rock, 2009)
Rollover DJ (from Get Born, 2003)
Black Hearts (from Shaka Rock, 2009)
Last Chance (from Get Born, 2003)
Seventeen (from Shaka Rock, 2009)
Walk (from Shaka Rock, 2009)hold
All You Have To Do (from Shine On, 2006)
Look What You’ve Done (from Get Born, 2003)
Come Around Again (from Get Born, 2003)
Shine On (from Shine On, 2006)
Kings Horses (from Shine On, 2006)
Hold On (from Spider-Man 2 soundtrack, 2004)
Skin N Bones (from Shine On, 2006)
Comin Home Soon (from Shine On, 2006)
Bring It On Back (from Shine On, 2006)
Are You Gonna Be My Girl (from Get Born, 2003)
Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is (from Shine On, 2006)
Get Me Outta Here (from Get Born, 2003)
Take It Or Leave It (from Get Born, 2003)
Rip It Up (from Shine On, 2006)
Cold Hard Bitch (from Get Born, 2003)
Lazy Gun (from Get Born, 2003)

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