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    *SPOILER ALERT* - Reviews for Worcester Shows

    Post your reviews and experiences from the Worcester shows here.

    Paula

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    Who put their own dreams on the shelf
    ~ How You Ever Gonna Know ~
    Kent Blazy/Garth Brooks

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    Just looked at Facebook and they got a picture of Garth playing a Stratocaster that looks pretty worn. Also apparently they're saying he changed his set list a bit.

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    What FB page?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jturtels View Post
    What FB page?
    Very curious about the setlist shakeup too. Hopefully it gets posted soon.

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    from setlist.fm

    (i wasnt there)

    http://www.setlist.fm/setlist/garth-...a-3f099eb.html


    Man Against Machine

    Rodeo

    Two of a Kind, Workin' on a Full House

    The Beaches of Cheyenne

    The River

    Two Piña Coladas

    Papa Loved Mama

    Ain't Goin' Down ('Til the Sun Comes Up)

    Unanswered Prayers

    If Tomorrow Never Comes

    That Summer

    The Thunder Rolls

    In Another's Eyes

    XXX's and OOO's (An American Girl)


    How Do I Live


    PrizeFighter


    She's in Love With the Boy


    Shameless


    Callin' Baton Rouge

    Friends in Low Places

    The Dance

    Encore:
    She's Gonna Make It

    Mom

    Wrapped Up in You

    Turn the Page

    She's Everything

    Kickin' and Screamin'

    Everytime That It Rains

    The Change

    Night Moves


    Much Too Young (To Feel This Damn Old)

    Piano Man


    Standing Outside the Fire
    Last edited by Brett Dale; 02-29-2016 at 01:15 AM.

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    Opps I guess they mean shes every woman. not shes everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brett Dale View Post
    from setlist.fm

    (i wasnt there)

    http://www.setlist.fm/setlist/garth-...a-3f099eb.html


    Man Against Machine

    Rodeo

    Two of a Kind, Workin' on a Full House

    The Beaches of Cheyenne

    The River

    Two Piña Coladas

    Papa Loved Mama

    Ain't Goin' Down ('Til the Sun Comes Up)

    Unanswered Prayers

    If Tomorrow Never Comes

    That Summer

    The Thunder Rolls

    In Another's Eyes

    XXX's and OOO's (An American Girl)


    How Do I Live


    PrizeFighter


    She's in Love With the Boy


    Shameless


    Callin' Baton Rouge

    Friends in Low Places

    The Dance

    Encore:
    She's Gonna Make It

    Mom

    Wrapped Up in You

    Turn the Page

    She's Everything

    Kickin' and Screamin'

    Everytime That It Rains

    The Change

    Night Moves


    Much Too Young (To Feel This Damn Old)

    Piano Man


    Standing Outside the Fire
    I didn't write down the set list for the three shows I attended but did write down the encore songs; so this set list was from Sunday night.

    As for what I remember about the regular set list, on Friday he didn't sing Beaches of Cheyenne, which is usually a staple. On Saturday and Sunday, he didn't do Fever in the encore, which I thought was strange since that is when he and Jimmy run up and down on the movable ramp, the orb rotates and Dave Gant and Steve Cox are raised on the lifts.

    Paula

    Listen not to the critics
    Who put their own dreams on the shelf
    ~ How You Ever Gonna Know ~
    Kent Blazy/Garth Brooks

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    "Kickin' and Screamin'"

    If he did that song with just an acoustic guitar I'm gonna start laughing

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    Setlist fm isn't very reliable. Early in the tour they were way off on some of the set lists.

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    Quote Originally Posted by copinark View Post
    Setlist fm isn't very reliable. Early in the tour they were way off on some of the set lists.
    It's accurate in this case. Kickin' and Screamin' was a sign request and Garth performed it with his acoustic guitar. It was pretty awesome.

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    I need to get back here and write about my weekend in Worcester, but for now, I'll just post the encores from all three shows (love that he is doing more and more housekeeping; these were all about 20-25 minutes long). As I mentioned above, I didn't write down the set list from each show; I wish I had.

    February 26 - Fever (he didn't do this one Saturday or Sunday); She's Every Woman; When You Come Back To Me Again (I had a sign for this and he acknowledged my sign as he was talking to the fan who went backstage for Opening Night Live and then sang it); We Shall Be Free; More Than A Memory (sang this for a friend who had the sign request); Amarillo By Morning; Sweet Baby James (sang this after mentioning James Taylor had been at the show earlier but had left so he felt comfortable singing it); Much Too Young; Standing Outside The Fire

    February 27 - You Move Me; We Shall Be Free; It's Your Song (sang this for my friend and me - we both had signs); Cowboys Forever (sign request was for Cowboy Song - Garth was confused); Tacoma (sang his for a friend who had the sign request); Night Moves; What She's Doing Now; Much Too Young; Piano Man; Standing Outside The Fire; American Pie (he doesn't usually come back after SOTF but did for this one)

    February 28 - She's Gonna Make It; Mom; Wrapped Up In You; Turn The Page; She's Every Woman; Kickin' And Screamin'; Every Time That It Rains; The Change; Night Moves; Much Too Young; Piano Man; Standing Outside The Fire

    Paula

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    Who put their own dreams on the shelf
    ~ How You Ever Gonna Know ~
    Kent Blazy/Garth Brooks

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    Wow, Paula, those were some fantastic encores! I keep checking to see if any videos are posted of any encores. Not much sadly. Lucky you!
    "Just keep taking chances and having fun."

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    They were absolutely fantastic. I think it's the favorite part of the show for me, even if he only does one verse and the chorus of a song; and I hope he continues with the lengthy housecleaning portion. Bring your signs, people! I find it amazing that he remembers as much of the lyrics to those seldom played songs, although he is the man who has been referred to as the human jukebox.

    Paula

    Listen not to the critics
    Who put their own dreams on the shelf
    ~ How You Ever Gonna Know ~
    Kent Blazy/Garth Brooks

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    Paula, I agree with you 100%. Of course, I enjoy the whole show very much. But the part I look forward to the most is seeing if there will be anything new and unusual Garth is singing. Something about just him and a guitar I find so compelling. I actually would love it if he just sang the non-singles for something different.
    "Just keep taking chances and having fun."

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