Bon Jovi: Live At Madison Square Garden Trailer (2008)
"Live from Madison Square Garden"15 July 2008Music143 mins
One of the world’s biggest and best live bands release an incredible document of their return to Madison Square Garden, New York City’s most iconic venue. 19 years to the day after the band first performed there, they returned to the same stage for the last date of their historic Lost Highway tour, officially the biggest tour on the planet in 2008. SETLIST: 1. "Lost Highway" 2. "Born to Be My Baby" 3. "Blaze of Glory" 4. "It's My Life" 5. "Keep the Faith" 6. "Raise Your Hands" 7. "Living in Sin/Chapel of Love" 8. "Always" 9. "Whole Lot of Leavin'" 10. "In These Arms" 11. "We Got It Going On" 12. "I'll Be There for You" (Richie Sambora on the lead vocals) 13. "(You Want to) Make a Memory" 14. "Blood on Blood" 15. "Dry County" 16. "Have a Nice Day" 17. "Who Says You Can't Go Home" 18. "Hallelujah" 19. "Wanted Dead or Alive" 20. "Livin' on a Prayer" 21. "Bad Medicine" (Ending credits with audio only) BONUS SONGS: 22. "You Give Love a Bad Name" 23. "Runaway" 24. "Bed of Roses"
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