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    My band (female-fronted 4 piece) has a benefit we are playing this weekend at a local dive bar. It's with 2 other bands and an acoustic singer. I hear all of the acts are mostly classic rock. Here is the setlist I am considering:

    White Rabbit/Somebody to Love- Jefferson Airplane Barracuda- Heart
    Rock Steady- Bad Co
    I'm the Only One- Melissa Etherdige
    You Wreck Me- Tom Petty
    Enter Sandman- Metallica
    Paranoid- Black Sabbath
    Dirty Deeds- Ac/Dc
    Sweet Child- G n R
    Me and Bobby Mcgee- Janice Joplin
    Born to be Wild- Steppenwolf
    Comfortably Numb- Pink Floyd
    Ludwig Element CS Retro (Mod Orange)
    12x8 tom
    14x14 floor tom
    14x22 bass drum w/ rail mount
    14x5 snare
    14x5 pointed badge Acrolite

    Zildjian cymbals
    15" New Beats
    17" A Medium Thin Crash
    18" Armand Thin Crash
    20" K Custom Medium Ride
    18" A Custom EFX

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    I think its great for the right crowd!!

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    • guido61
      guido61 commented
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      That's really just a whole big pile of "It Depends".    WIthout knowing better who exactly the crowd is and what sort of entertainment they are expecting, there's really no way to judge a set list.   For some people "Paranoid" might be the coolest song of the night.  For others, they might rather stick hot toothpicks into their eyeballs.