1993-06-01 Valle Hovin Stadion, Oslo, Norway

Scheduled: 18:00 Local Start Time ??:?? / End Time ??:??

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Final formal show of the 1992-93 World Tour, and a cracking 33-song set. Warren Kaye is "Security Coordinator" for the tour according to the program and he guests on vocals during the tour's sole "Twist And Shout" (which includes a shortened version of Sam Cooke's "Good Times" as an introduction and another verse in the midsection). Jon Landau played guitar during "Hungry Heart", "Glory Days" and "Twist And Shout". Rick "Chainsaw" Lapointe is a guitar technician (roadie) and he sings and plays guitar on "Born To Be Wild". "Roll Of The Dice" includes "Everybody Needs Somebody To Love". "The Star-Spangled Banner" is played as a lead-in to "Born In The U.S.A.". First ever full version in Europe of "Born To Be Wild" and first ever performances in Norway of "Seeds", "This Hard Land", "Better Days", "Lucky Town", "Atlantic City", "57 Channels And Nothin' On", "Many Rivers To Cross", "Leap Of Faith", "Man's Job", "Roll Of The Dice", "Human Touch", "Souls Of The Departed", "My Beautiful Reward", "Working On The Highway", and "It's All Right". "Better Days", "57 Channels (And Nothin' On)", "Leap Of Faith", "Man's Job", "Roll Of The Dice", "Light Of Day", and "Glory Days" are all performed, making them the seven songs played at every show of the 1992–93 World Tour (although "57 Channels (And Nothin' On)" and "Light Of Day" were missing from the set at the 1993 rehearsal show, and the latter was absent from the 1992 rehearsal show as well).



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