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Brian Wilson Concert--October 16, 2003

Brian Wilson
6th Annual Carl Wilson Foundation Benefit Concert
Royce Hall, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA
October 16, 2003

Brian was the headliner for this concert. Other acts included Ann & Nancy Wilson of Heart, In Bloom, and Sugar Ray. Elton John had been scheduled to perform, but bowed out three days before the concert.

Brianwilson.com had mentioned that a new song "How Can We Still Be Dancing" was going to make its live debut tonight, but it wasn't performed. Instead, a surprise performance of "Soul Searchin", a song from the 1996 Paley Sessions, and "City Blues", a song originating in the early 80's, were substituted. It is interesting to note that much like Mike & Bruce's show (and also Al's show), "Catch A Wave" was followed up by "Hawaii", although not in medley format.

For the opening acts' setlists, visit the tributes section or select this direct link.

Main Vocalist:

Brian Wilson

Backup band included:

Jeffrey Foskett (Guitar, vocals, banjo, percussion)
Bob Lizik (Bass, vocals)
Paul Mertens (Woodwinds, Harmonica, vocals, bass harmonica, bass flute, flute, piccolo, sax)
Darian Sahanaja (Keyboards, vocals)
Nik Wonder (Guitar, vocals)
Probyn Gregory (Guitar, French horn, trumpet, vocals, Tannerin)
Taylor Mills (vocals)
Scott Bennett (vocals, keyboards, vibraphone, quiro, bicycle horn, tambourine)
Jim Hines (drums)
Billy Hinsche (vocals, keyboards--last six songs) Mikey D'Amico (vocals, percussion, guitar)

SETLIST

1. You're Welcome
2. Don't Worry Baby
3. California Girls
4. Sail On Sailor
5. Catch A Wave
6. Hawaii
7. Wouldn't It Be Nice
8. Sloop John B
9. God Only Knows
10. Soul Searchin'
11. Our Prayer
12. Heroes And Villains
13. Melt Away
14. I Get Around
15. Please Let Me Wonder
16. City Blues
17. Marcella
18. Do It Again

Encore:

19. Good Vibrations
20. Help Me Rhonda
21. Surfin' USA
22. Fun, Fun, Fun

Contributed by: Myself (Eric Aniversario)


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