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1985.04.25 - Dancing Waters Club, San Pedro, USA

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1985.04.25 - Dancing Waters Club, San Pedro, USA

Post by Soulmonster on Mon Sep 05, 2011 6:58 am


April 25, 1985 - Dancing Waters Club, San Pedro, USA
Setlist:
Unknown. But the band already had 'Don't Cry', 'Anything Goes' and 'Think About You'. The rest of the set was likely to feature covers including 'Heartbreak Hotel' and possible songs from Hollywood Rose and La Guns.

Date:
April 25, 1985.

Venue:
Dancing Waters Club.

Location:
San Pedro, CA, USA.

Notes:
This gig was mentioned in the the interview at KPFK in March.

Line-up:
Axl Rose - Vocals
Izzy Stradlin - Rhythm guitar
Tracii Guns - Lead guitar
Duff McKagan - Bass
Rob Gardner - Drums.

Flyer:

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Next concert: 1985.04.27.
Previous concert: 1985.04.24.
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Re: 1985.04.25 - Dancing Waters Club, San Pedro, USA

Post by Soulmonster on Wed Apr 11, 2018 7:51 pm

Chris Weber seems to think he played with the band at this gig:

We had been playing together for a long time and everyone wanted to do something else. That was around early '85. Then we got back together. I think it was about New Years '86. We played another gig; they made references to that in Rolling Stone that I played with them at Dancing Waters, like a kind of reunion gig. Izzy booked the gig and they didn't have a band so I said I'd do it. But that was basically the end of it -- that was the end of my collaboration with Guns N' Roses [Rock Scene, October 1989].

According to Vicky Hamilton, Chris went to rehab in 1984 and left for NYC not long after [Vicky Hamilton, "Appetite For Dysfunction", page 127]. Maybe he came back and played the Dancing Waters gig? Maybe he is talking about an earlier Hollywood Rose gig? I will read Canter's book again and see if I can figure it out.
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