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Where: Phoenix, Arizona (Celebrity Theatre)
When: October 29, 2004
Written by:
Bruce Gollubier and Steve Montgomery

 Set list:

Steve Montgomery: Here is a rough list off of memory from what I remember Jerry playing:

 1)  Roll Over Beethoven

 2)  Sweet Little Sixteen

 3)  Crazy Arms

 4)  Lewis Boogie

 5)  Hadacol Boogie

 6)  Don't Put No Headstone On My Grave

 7)  Georgia On My Mind

 8)  You Win Again

 9)  She Even Woke Me Up To Say Goodbye

 10) Chantilly Lace

 11) Before The Night Is Over

 12) You Belong To Me

 13) Boogie Woogie Country Man

 14) Drinkin' Wine Spo-Dee-O-Dee

 15) Mexicali Rose (I am not sure, I thought I remember this one but, I could be wrong)

 16) Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On

 17) Great Balls Of Fire (Short version with a stool kick at the end, no extended solo)

Bruce Gollubier:

Jerry Lee was excellent in Phoenix. He was in a great mood, lots of smiling and kidding around. His show was at least an hour long, his portion. He sounded better than I have heard him in quite a while. He mentioned his new album twice saying that it should be out in a few days, then he laughed and said, that's what they tell him. He played Before The Night Is Over, which he said was from the album. In random order he played: Crazy Arms, Lewis Boogie, Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On, Great Balls Of Fire, You Belong To Me, She Even Woke Me  Up To Say Goodbye, Johnny B. Goode, and many more.  I would say that the place was about 2/3 full. He was excellent.

Steve Montgomery:

I apologize for the lack of specific details, I wasn't writing the set list down, and didn't notice what time Jerry stopped or started. It was a good night of music with an Elvis act opening, the Bill Haley's original Comets played a good set, and I think at around 9:45 to 10:00 PM, Jerry took the stage. Jerry looked in excellent shape, even better then when I last saw him in August. Dark black/gray suite with very glossy black boots, looking professional as usual.

This show was over 1 hour, I thought it was about 1 hour and 20 min.  My camera, pen, and all other items were left in my car in error, and the venue doesn't allow you to re-enter once you have went in. That was a bummer.


Jerry was in very good form there were some forgotten/mixed lyrics on Hadacol Boogie, but it was still good. Crazy Arms was a treat, and after much yelling, a strong version of Lewis Boogie was delivered. Jerry was in a very good mood, and I felt the audience was responsive and enthusiastic. More then once Jerry advised he was having a new album coming out. It was great to see the band and get a chance to talk with the guys, and to Peter (Hayman) and Pam.


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