JONNY LANG - LIVE AT MONTREUX - 1999 In 1999, Jonny Lang was indeed 18 years old when he made his debut appearance at the Montreux Festival. He had already released three albums: A self release titled "Smokin'" followed by his major label debut and sophomore platinum albums "Lie To Me" and "Wander This World". This set features songs from the two most recent albums. It captures With: Jonny Lang, vocals, guitar; Paul Diethelm, vocals, guitar; Doug Nelson, bass, vocals; Bruce McCabe, piano, keyboards, vocals; Billy Thommes, drums. 1. Still Rainin' 2. Good Morning Little School Girl 3. A Quitter Never Wins 4. Right Back 5. There's Gotta Be A Change 6. The Levee 7. Breakin' Me 8. Lie To Me 9. Rack 'Em Up
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