Secret Machines, Kings of Leon In Concert

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Secret Machines are a three-piece group originally from Dallas, Texas with a sound rooted somewhere between Led Zeppelin and psychedelic rock. Drummer Josh Garza, singer Benjamin Curtis and bassist Brandon Curtis formed the band in 2000.

Kings of Leon are a southern rock group based in Nashville featuring three brothers: Nathan, Jared and Caleb Followill along with their cousin, Matthew Followill. The name Leon comes from their paternal grandfather. Some have called the band Lynyrd Skynyrd for the 21st century. They've also drawn comparisons to Creedence Clearwater Revival.

Kings of Leon are on tour to promote their latest CD Aha Shake Heartbreak.

Secret Machines Set list

Now Here is Nowhere

Sad and Lonely

Pharaoh's Daughter

Daddy's in the Doldrums

Lightning Blue Eyes

Harmonia

De Luxe (Immer Wieder)

I Hate Pretending

Girl From North Country

Chains

The Road Leads to Where It's Led

First Wave Intact

 

Kings of Leon Set list

Molly's Chambers

Taper Jean Girl

Pistol of Fire

Wasted Time

Razz

Bucket

Soft

Milk

Rememo

4 Kicks

Velvet Snow

King of the Rodeo

Where Nobody Knows

California Waiting

Spiral Staircase

Happy Alone

Trani

Holy Roller Novocaine

Head to Toe

Slow Night, So Long

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