45 min sets-4 sets generally at club venues requiring covers-styles range from classic rock to new rock covering artists such as Led Zepplin,Bon Jovi,Bad Company,Ozzy,Reo,Melissa Etheridge,Stevie Nicks,Van Halen,Nickleback,Daughtery,Stones,etc... Raise Your Hands-Bon Jovi Rock Steady-Bad Company Too Much Time-Styx Two Tickets To Paradise-Eddie Money Dreams-Stevie Nicks Rock And Roll Fantasy-Bad Company I'm The Only One-Melissa Etheridge TNT-ACDC I Can't Explain It (original) Rock And Roll (Zepplin) Gold Dust Woman-Stevie Nicks Here For The Party-Gretchen Wilson Have A Drink On Me-ACDC Riding the Storm Out-Reo Speedwagon Stay-Sugarland Play That Funky Music-Wild Cherry Long Train Running-Doobie Bros Hold On Loosely-38 Special Crawling Back To You-Daughtery Wanted Dead Or Alive-Bon Jovi Shoulda Known Better (original) Ain't Talkin Bout Love-Van Halen You Really Got Me Now-Van Halen You Give Love A Bad Name-Bon Jovi American Band-Grand Funk Railroad Heat (original) Let You Go (original) Numb The Pain (original) Twilight Zone-Golden Earring Blindsided(original) Mustang Sally Can't You See-Marshall Tucker Band It's Not My Time-Three Doors Down Love Song-Tesla Summer Of 69-Bryan Adams That Smell-Lynard Skynard Run To You-Bryan Adams Can't Get Enough-Bad Company Stormy Monday_Allman Bros Shaky Ground-Delbert McClinton Gun Powder And Lead-Miranda Lambert Crazy Train-Ozzy Osbourne Sweet Home Alabama Desperado-Eagles Get Down Tonight-K C and The Sunshine Band Give Me One Reason-Tracy Chapman Keep Your Hands To Yourself Not That Girl-original Seperate Ways-Journey If You Would have Loved Me-original Need You Now-Lady Antebellum Soulshine-Allman Bros Faithfully-Journey Don't Stop Believin-Journey Somethings You Just Can't Change-original I'm Not Sorry-original Who's Cryin Now-Journey Bad Company-Bad Company Hit Me With Your Best Shot-Pat Benatar Holy Water-Bad Company Feels Like The First Time-Foreignor Still Unbrokem-Lynard Skynard Jessie's Girl-Rick Springfield Crawling Back To You-Daughtrey Just A Kiss-Lady Antebellum Your'e No Good-Linda Ronstadt Stand Back-Stevie Nicks Gypsy-Fleetwood Mac Long Train Running-Doobie Bros Margaritaville-Jimmy Buffett Turn The Page-Bob Segar Every Rose Has It's Thorn-Poison Wonderful Tonite-Eric Clapton Roadhouse Blues Stop Draggin My Heart Around-Stevie Nicks Leather and Lace-Fleetwood Mac Paris-Grace Potter Here I Go Again-Whitesnake Rhiannon-Fleetwood Mac Working For The Weekend-Loverboy Any Way You Want It-Journey Like The Way I Do-Melissa Etheridge Soul Shine-Allman Bros Brown Eyed Girl Dance With Me Tonite Edge Of Seventeen-Stevie Nicks
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MYSTERY BRINGS IT Reviewed by JB When a band comes to play certain venues in Paducah, Kentucky, they have to sacrifice their originality to succumb to their listening audience. This is just one of the consequences a band makes to expand its fan base. Just ask Mystery, an original rock band from Clarksville, Tennessee. When they decided to visit the Western Kentucky scene, they had to reformat their entire set list; instead of mixing in a few covers with a predominantly original show, just the opposite occurred. The venue where Mystery played is a small popular downtown location which has a huge customer turnover. People come to be seen; normally, they have little interest in who is on the stage. It is not an establishment I choose to frequent, just not my type of atmosphere. Feeling like a displaced metal head at tea time, I found a table and observed. This was my first time seeing Mystery live and I was curious how they would adapt to the situation of their surroundings. I have to say, it was an interesting show! Dee, Mystery’s leading lady, was quite the entertainer. She didn’t give the bar flies a chance to dismiss her or the band. She was all over the room, up in their faces, and bellying up to the bar with the mic in her hand. It was great to see her work her magic! She is a true performer! Mystery covered a wide array of music and did it well. Their selections ranged from 70s, 80s, and 90s to current rock. They performed songs from artist Bon Jovi, Creed, 3 Doors Down, plus many more radio friendly hits. The original choice they snuck in on the crowd was great. I personally wanted more of that; I can always turn on the radio or slide in a cd to hear those bands. I normally don’t review cover bands; not that Mystery is a cover band, I have two albums proving they are talented songwriters and musicians. What I mean is this review is not a fair assessment of the capacity of the band. They did make all the songs their own while sounding good, and they certainly entertained the crowd. So, let me tell you some of what you did miss. Their previous releases are some of the best mixed albums I have heard, their music is rock solid, and the lyrical content is astonishing. I am a fan! You can check out Mystery on MySpace; they’re on my friends list, so link up! Check out their albums, you will not be disappointed; and when Mystery comes to your town, go show your support. I guarantee you a good time. I want to thank Dee for being so kind; and especially thanks for the Christmas card and gift, that rocked! I can’t wait to see you all again, just at a different venue this time. Until next time…Support you local music scene! Horns Up, JB email@example.com
*Music City Nights Live review Category: Music Just thought I would share the kind review we had from the accoustic show tues May 20th... We played at the Limelight in Nashville and had a blast,Tony and I along with John Swigert played a set of originals while Josh and kenny lent their support(mostly by partaking of the Beer!)but never the less they went along for the adventure... Here follows the review: 5/20/08 It's a beautiful thing when you walk away from something as simple as a local concert and realize that you got to witness something magical. It's truly astounding when you can't sleep that night because the memories of the sounds are still vigorously pounding at the front of your brain. It's better when the experience was so good, you don't even care about turning it off. Music City Nights LIVE! definitely provided something along these lines Tuesday night. There was some apparent force at work here - Music City Nights got it started, Limelight's warm and comfortable venue housed it, and the performances that gave it life resembled something of an organized collision that, when put together, made their separate talents more intensely defined than initially suggested.* Dee Miller, lead singer of the classic rock band Mystery, followed, also sans band but accompanied by John Swaggart, who went solo a couple of times during the set, and band mate Tony Loreto. Despite this new combination, the three managed to commence the Limelight's roof blowing with "Tell Me Lies" and "Whiskey Song" - a fun, country-music anthem sort of song led by Swaggart. The trio cooled it down a bit with a slower, but equally capturing "I'm Sorry", followed by "End Times", with Swaggart on lead vocals again. They finished off with "Let You Go" - probably the best display of Dee's voice of them all - and the sufficiently sexy "Heat".
Here is the most recent review we recieved at the Music city Nights Live show on July 1st Music City Nights' "Chick Night" - 7/01/08 It was "Chick Night" at Music City Nights LIVE! this Tuesday, and the lucky attendees were served a buffet of girl-packed musical goodies. Mystery redirected the acoustic pattern of the night by bringing in a taste of classic rock. I had heard Dee Miller, Mystery's lead singer, as an acoustic act in the past, but it was definitely a treat to be able to absorb the advantages of the full Mystery experience * which consists of an array of apt musicians; Dee on vocals (of course), guitarist Tony Loreto (who made excellent use of his mighty solo power throughout Mystery's set), bassist Kenny Hummer, and drummer Josh Steffen. Mystery showcased their ability to capture the classic rock style, all while having their own spin on things, via their performances of "Gone", "My Heart", "Numb the Pain, "Let You Go", and "Heat", which continues to welcomingly echo in my ears.