19 August 2012 ~ 3 Comments

Heart opens PNE Fair in full force

The crowd in Vancouver

VANCOUVER — The PNE Fair’s Summer Nights concerts series kicked off with a bang Saturday night when Seattle classic rockers Heart delivered a blistering set that brought heat worthy of the past two weeks of summer we’ve had in Vancouver.

Fans of all ages filled the WestJet concert stage area to the brim, forcing gate attendants to bring out the “show full” signs long before sisters Ann and Nancy Wilson hit the stage to the sound of Led Zeppelin’s In The Light.

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START of SET, can you find yourself?

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“59 Crunch”

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“Misty”

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3 Responses to “Heart opens PNE Fair in full force”

  1. Gil 20 August 2012 at 8:30 pm Permalink

    Nobody wondered about the link deep into the sun of Vancouver, but miles away from Heart?? Here are the straight way to the article: http://www.vancouversun.com/entertainment/Wilson+sisters+show+they+lots+Heart/7115250/story.html

    Great concerts vids!! Seems someone did a great work for us fans!! But watching the vids and reading the article, there are some strange differences!! They played Mashallah and stuff from RVC??

    At the end of the vids I hear the first seconds of the next songs. No Mashallah, no RVC-song!! But “Mistral Wind”, what a surprise!! Love it from the very beginning!!
    Has the journalist really seen the whole concert?? Seems he was reading an old set list to write about the “normally played” first songs and has left the concert before the encore. How busy!! No word about the new golden hair Telecaster song between “Even It Up” and “Straight On”, no word about the encore with “59 Crunch” and “Misty Mountain Hop”!!

    It’s hard to believe in medias today, isn’t it?? So ladies, change the set list a bit from time to time ;)

  2. TDHS 20 August 2012 at 9:08 pm Permalink

    Thanx for the link! :) Something went wrong on my side as well!

  3. Eli 21 August 2012 at 1:20 am Permalink

    Is this the “Perfect Goodbye”? Silly me,of course it is.Forget the wheels we’re ridin the rims.Really. You know,like on a clear day.Must have everything to do with a bumpy night.And so,I ramble on.


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