Next morning after Toowoomba we were up early and on the road to Hervey Bay. I believe there were a few cars heading that way this morning.
Today’s gig had Shannon Noll as support - and sure enough when we arrived at Seafront Oval Shannon’s fans were all lined up. Memories of the Red Hot Summer Tour!!!!
This was a Regional Touring gig and as always was really well run by Macca and his crew. It was straight to the front once we got in. Black Sorrows were again on first, and then came Shannon Noll. The crowd went off and the kids came running to the front to watch him and do a bit of screaming, well maybe the screaming came from the older kids!!! He sang all his hits and added in a new one from is new album which is to be released later on in the year. I enjoyed Shannon but didn’t think he was at his best today.
Jimmy, however was a lot better tonight, well his band I should say were a lot better than last night. Jimmy was awesome both nights. The songs sounded a lot better, faster and less errors after having a gig under their belt. There were a few alterations to the setlist, dropped were Time Will Tell and Going Down Alone, more work required on these two. God Or Money was replaced with another song from Rage And Ruin, Turn It Around. Jimmy surprised us with his encore; first song was Good Times, just when we thought it had been given the flick! We were all hoping Shannon would return to the stage to join in the last song Khe Sanh, but not tonight, it didn’t happen much to our disappointment. Oh well there will be plenty of chances for that over the next few weeks.
It was a great concert tonight enjoyed by all. Jimmy and Shannon really is a great combination that works well.
Had a day of recovery in Hervey Bay before heading home to cold old Melbourne - not for long though.


Driving Wheels
I'd Die To Be With You
Before The Devil Knows You're Dead
Things I Love In You
Flame Trees
Love And Hate
Resurrection Shuffle
Ride The Night Away
Turn It Around
Merry Go Round
Nothing I Want
Working Class Man
Good Times
Khe Sanh