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Zac Brown Band's Target Center jukebox playlist

Posted by: Chris Riemenschneider under Music Updated: November 11, 2012 - 9:39 AM

 

Facing a sold-out Target Center crowd on Saturday, the Zac Brown Band turned into a cover band. / Bree McGee, Star Tribune

Facing a sold-out Target Center crowd on Saturday, the Zac Brown Band turned into a cover band. / Bree McGee, Star Tribune

 

"Can't You See" made sense, given that guitarist Clay Cook actually used to play with the Marshall Tucker Band. "The Devil Went Down to Georgia" almost made too much sense, as obvious as Oasis covering the Beatles or Lady Gaga singing Madonna. The other cover songs offered by the Zac Brown Band at Target Center on Saturday were way too plentiful and crossed over into crowd-pandering, mass-appeal programming, as is spelled out in the full concert review. Here's the whole set list:

Keep Me in Mind  /  The Wind  /  Uncaged  /  Natural Disaster  /  Colder Weather  (with You Are So Beautiful)  /  I Play the Road  /  Goodbye in Her Eyes  /  As She's Walking Away  /  Can't You See (Marshall Tucker Band cover)  /  Toes  /  The Problem With Freedom (acoustic, with opener Levi Lowery)  /  All Apologies (acoustic, Nirvana)  /  One More Day (acoustic, Diamond Rio)  /  Sweet Emotion (acoustic, Aerosmith)  /  Free (with Into the Mystic)  /  Knee Deep  /  The Devil Went Down to Georgia (Charlie Daniels Band)    ENCORE: drum solo  /  Jump Right In  /  Highway 20 Ride  /  Ain't Life Grand  /  America the Beautiful / Chicken Fried

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