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Cher at the Colosseum
Cher at the colosseum.jpg
Cher Performing Believe.
Tour by Cher
Supporting album TBA
Start date May 6, 2008
End date 2010
Legs 9
Shows 149 in North America
Cher tour chronology
Living Proof: The Farewell Tour
(2002-2005)
Cher at the Colosseum
(2008-2010)

Cher at the Colosseum is a series of concerts by Cher at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, Nevada. Performing at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace, the first show occurred on May 6, 2008. The singer plans to perform 200 dates over a three year period. The show includes 14 dancers and four aerialists, with a total of 17 costumes designed by Bob Mackie.[1]

Contents

Setlist

  1. "Farewell Tour Opening Megamix/Hologram of Cher"
  2. "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For"
  3. "Song for the Lonely" 1
    • "Flying Death Mobile/Teamster Monologue"
    • "Laverne Skit"
    • "I've Gotta Be Me" (Video Interlude)
  4. "All Or Nothing" 2
  5. "I Found Someone" 5
    • Aerial Rope Dance Interlude
  6. "Love Is a Battlefield" 9
    • Zoot Suiters Dance Interlude
  7. "Fire Down Below" 8
    • Drums and Sweeping Dance Interlude
  8. "Old Time Rock and Roll" 10
    • "It's the Little Things" (Video Interlude)
  9. "The Beat Goes On" (duet with Sonny)
    • "Grand Canyon Closet Monologue"
    • 60s Girls Dance Interlude
  10. "All I Really Want to Do"
    • Native American Style Dance Interlude
  11. "Half-Breed"
    • Gypsy Style Dance Interlude
  12. "Gypsies, Tramps & Thieves"
  13. "Dark Lady"
  14. "Don't Leave Me This Way"
  15. "Take Me Home"
  16. "Love Hurts" 3
  17. "The Way of Love" 12
    • Cher Movie Monologues (Video Interlude)
  18. "After All" (Duet with Paul Markovich)
    • Aerial Silk Dance Interlude
  19. "Walking In Memphis"
  20. "Let the Good Times Roll" 6
  21. "Help Me Make It Through The Night" 7
  22. "The Shoop Shoop Song" 4
    • "Ain't Nobody's Business" (Video Interlude)
  23. "Strong Enough"11
  24. "If I Could Turn Back Time"
    • Cher through the decades morphing pictures
  25. "Believe"
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Footnotes

First Leg

  • 1 Sung for the first week of shows.
  • 2 Sung for the first couple of weeks.
  • 3 Sung only on the first night.

Second Leg

  • In the second leg, the intro is replaced with the old video montage intro that was used for Living Proof: The Farewell Tour.
  • 1, 2, and 3 are still not included.
  • 4 is no longer included.
  • 5 was sung before the "Laverne Skit" as of June 1, but was later taken out around September.
  • The dancers have new outfits and a new choreography for "Strong Enough" which resemble soccer or rugby attire with ripped white tee shirts and giant goalie nets that hang from the ceiling for the aerialists.
  • 6 on October 1, 2008, Cher sang "Let the Good Times Roll" a song she said was requested by a friend of hers in the audience that night. It was sung only for that one night.

Third Leg

  • 1, 2, 4 and 5 are still not included.
  • 6 is included.
  • 12 is no longer included
  • 3 is re-added to the setlist and sung in place of 12.

Fourth Leg

  • 1, 2, 4, and 5 are not included and 6 was sang on select nights.
  • 7 was sung on May 19 for her friend Richard Stark's birthday, founder/creator of Chrome Hearts.

Fifth Leg

  • 1, 2, 4, 5, 6 and 7 are still not included.
  • 9 is no longer included.
  • 8 and 10 are added to the setlist and sung in place of is sung in place of 9.

Sixth Leg

  • 11 September 23, 2009, "Strong Enough" is dropped, and "If I Could Turn Back Time" starts after Ain't Nobody's Business, while 6 is re-added to the list for a few nights and then dropped again.

Costumes

Legendary designer Bob Mackie created a total of twenty-two unique ensembles for Cher at the Colosseum.

  • For "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For" and "Song for the Lonely", Cher wears a gold-feathered cape (resembling a bird or goddess) and a headdress/crown with an Egyptian asp. In the back her hair looks like gold dreadlocks, but is actually gold beaded chains. The cape is removed after she gets off of her “Flying Death Mobile” to reveal a much skimpier gold fringe sequined outfit, the same gold fringed sequined outfit that she wore for the Living Proof: The Farewell Tour's introduction, "The Power", the Love Medley, and "Love Hurts". She also wears gold boots.
  • For her Laverne skit, Cher wears a leopard-skinned dress/jump-suit and coat with purple, green, and pink feathers. She has her typical Laverne red curly wig, tacky jewelry, and purple pointed glasses.
  • For "All or Nothing" and "I Found Someone", Cher wears a bronze and gold sultan themed outfit (with pants) covered in gold jewels and sequins. She has long gold tassels that hang from her arms and mid-section. Her hair is a large curly red wig and has a gold forehead crown attached.
  • For "Love Is a Battlefield", Cher wears a ram horned headdress adorned with a big apricot colored wig with black tips. She wears leather thigh high boots, a skin tight ripped flesh colored and brown mesh outfit, a cape, and leather gloves.
  • For "The Beat Goes On", Cher wears a red sequined mini-dress with matching boots, rings, and earrings. She also wears a black-and-white fur/feather coat and her wig is her signature 60s styled long black hair.
  • For "All I Really Want to Do", Cher has had her Living Proof: The Farewell Tour's 60s hippie bell-bottom outfit remade. Her fur vest is now bright purple, her sweater is red-orange, and her bell-bottoms have new colors to match her sweater and fur vest. She still wears several rings on her hands, bright purple earrings, and belly-button length ankh necklace around her neck.
  • For "Half-Breed", Cher wears her classic Native American feathered headdress war-bonnet over her trademark long straight black hair. She wears her pink, yellow, orange, and red floor length loin cloth covered in jewels. She also has wrist cuffs with jewels and white feathers.
  • For "Gypsys, Tramps & Thieves" and "Dark Lady", Cher wears a purple, yellow, and green gypsy styled dress covered with jewels, a heart, a star, a club, a moon, and a diamond. The skirt part of the dress was very large, flared, and seems rather heavy. She wears a matching headdress with purple Rasta hair. She again has wrist cuffs and new teal blue leather boots with a gold trim at the top.
  • Bob Mackie had made a new gypsy styled outfit when Cher started her new leg of shows in September of 2009. It was worn for the opening show and was not worn again; she went back to the original gypsy outfit. The newer version was made to transform from a gypsy outfit (very similar to the original) to a gown for “Dark Lady”. The newer gypsy outfit did not have a large flared skirt, but now it had strips of jeweled purple and blue sheer fabric. The designs on the dress were more or less the same as the original gypsy outfit, but the headdress and Rasta purple hair had slightly changed. When it was time to go into singing “Dark Lady”, two of Cher’s dancers came out to remove a piece of the gypsy skirt which let a longer train of a gown fall to the floor. The gypsy outfit was now a “Fortune Queen” gown of a midnight blue sheer color. A black feathered floor length hand muff was put on her left arm and a black jeweled feathered wreath hat was placed over her gypsy headdress.
Sketch for "Don't Leave Me This Way".
  • For "Don't Leave Me This Way", Cher wears a teal blue feathered hat and coat/wrap that has lights flashing on it and green, blue, and purple geometric designs.
  • For "Take Me Home", Cher wears a sequined disco outfit with matching sequined wig. The same costume she wears for the Live in Montecarlo concert, Do You Believe? Tour and Living Proof: The Farewell Tour, only now it is in teal blue.
  • For "The Way of Love", Cher wears a midnight blue floor length gown and elbow high gloves with a sequined floral design all along the right side of her torso along with a midnight blue flower themed headdress/cap. It is the same gown, newer version of the gown she wore for her Cher: A Celebration at Caesars shows.
  • For "Love Hurts", Cher has combined her previous "The Way of Love" midnight blue gown with the gown Bob Mackie made for her Time magazine cover photo in 1975. The gown is silver now and still floor length. She continues to wear the floral themed headdress/cap. The gown’s design has a feather mystique that covers all the right spots with sequins, beads, and giant pastel colored stones and jewels.
  • For "After All", Cher wears an “Ice Queen” light periwinkle fur coat with sequined designs on the back of the coat, pointed hat, leather gloves, and chain mail neck scarf. A newer version of the white “Ice Queen” coat she wore for her Heart of Stone Tour and Love Hurts Tour.
  • For "Walking In Memphis", Cher has had her peasant girl blouse and jeans outfit from Living Proof: The Farewell Tour redone. She now wears Chrome Hearts jeans with blue Gothic crosses, Chrome Hearts silver and diamond jewelry, and a Loree Rodkin gold bondage ring. Her peasant girl blouse was a light blue-purple color, but she recently has gone back to the original white color for the blouse. Her wig started out as above the shoulders and curly, to below the shoulders and wavy, to below the shoulders and straight, and recently has been changed to a long straight wig that goes down to her stomach. All have been blond wigs.
  • For "The Shoop Shoop Song (It's In His Kiss)", Cher wears a mini black dress with flared open sleeves, pointed shoulder pads, and pink and green floral jeweled designs. She wears a curly hot pink wig that has bangs in front and curly pig-tails on the side. She also wore bright pink heels.
  • For "Strong Enough" and "If I Could Turn Back Time", Cher wears her classic biker-chick jeweled ripped leather and fishnet black body suit with thong, thigh high leather jeweled boots, and a jeweled black leather jacket from her Living Proof: The Farewell Tour, Heart of Stone Tour, and Love Hurts Tour. She wears her classic giant curly black wig.
  • For the closing number, "Believe", three outfits have been made. The first outfit she wore for her first leg of concerts in May. She wears a silver-and-white costume with feathers and jewels, resembling a goddess. The costume has wings that hang down from both arms and she wears a platinum white wig with bangs in the front. The wig bumps up on top of her head and is long in the back with a goddess crown. The wig came down on her neck and throat and covered it almost like a helmet. Her breasts her covered in flesh colored fabric with jewels and her chest and torso were covered by jeweled white and flesh colored fabric in an hour glass shape.

Her second outfit was debuted her first night back for her second leg of concerts in August. Bob Mackie was quoted as saying, "Cher told me that she wanted to be more naked...It's not vulgar, but it's quite shocking. It's like we dipped her in glue and rolled her in diamonds. Not enough of them to cover up the girl." She has what looks to be a cape of tassels and sequins. Her left hand and arm have diamond tassels hanging from them. Her torso is covered with flesh colored material that is covered with bubble shapes made of diamonds and sequins. She has a new headdress that resembles the headdress/crown she wears for the opening outfit when she sings "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For". Instead of being gold, it is now silver and it does not have the Egyptian asp, it still has the rounded crown on the top of her head. In the back, her hair looks like dread-locks but they are silver beaded chains.

The third outfit is a combination of the “Believe” outfit from the Living Proof: The Farewell Tour and the second Believe outfit from Caesars Palace. It has beaded chains hanging down over all the right places but is still revealing. She wears a jeweled thong revealing almost her entire buttocks, revealing her infamous tattoo. She wears a jeweled braw that is flesh colored and covered in silver jewels, it has a jeweled red heart over her left breast. Her sleeves are long beaded chains that wrap around her arms. She has a bright candy-apple red wig with slanted bangs that goes down to her shoulders. She also wears silver beaded wrist cuffs and platinum silver boots.

Concert dates

All shows are performed at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Date[2]
1st Leg
May 6, 2008
May 7, 2008
May 10, 2008
May 11, 2008
May 13, 2008
May 14, 2008
May 17, 2008
May 18, 2008
May 20, 2008
May 21, 2008
May 24, 2008
May 25, 2008
May 27, 2008
May 28, 2008
May 31, 2008
June 1, 2008
2nd Leg
August 6, 2008
August 7, 2008
August 10, 2008
August 12, 2008
August 13, 2008
August 16, 2008
August 17, 2008
August 19, 2008
August 20, 2008
August 23, 2008
August 24, 2008
August 26, 2008
August 27, 2008
August 30, 2008
August 31, 2008
September 2, 2008
September 3, 2008
September 6, 2008
September 9, 2008
September 10, 2008
September 16, 2008
September 17, 2008
September 20, 2008
September 21, 2008
September 30, 2008
October 1, 2008
3rd Leg
February 21, 2009
February 22, 2009
February 24, 2009
February 25, 2009
February 28, 2009
March 1, 2009
March 3, 2009
March 4, 2009
March 7, 2009
March 8, 2009
March 10, 2009
March 11, 2009
March 14, 2009
March 15, 2009
March 17, 2009
March 18, 2009
March 20, 2009
March 21, 2009
4th Leg
April 25, 2009
April 26, 2009
April 28, 2009
April 29, 2009
May 2, 2009
May 3, 2009
May 5, 2009
May 6, 2009
May 9, 2009
May 10, 2009
May 12, 2009
May 13, 2009
May 16, 2009
May 17, 2009
May 19, 2009
May 20, 2009
May 23, 2009
May 24, 2009
5th Leg
September 19, 2009
September 20, 2009
September 22, 2009
September 23, 2009
September 26, 2009
September 27, 2009
September 29, 2009
September 30, 2009
October 3, 2009
October 4, 2009
October 6, 2009
October 7, 2009
October 10, 2009
October 11, 2009
6th Leg
November 19, 2009
November 21, 2009
November 22, 2009
November 24, 2009
November 25, 2009
November 28, 2009
November 29, 2009
December 1, 2009
December 2, 2009
December 5, 2009
December 6, 2009
December 8, 2009
December 9, 2009
December 12, 2009
December 13, 2009
December 15, 2009
December 16, 2009
December 19, 2009
December 20, 2009
7th Leg
April 10, 2010
April 11, 2010
April 13, 2010
April 14, 2010
April 17, 2010
April 18, 2010
April 20, 2010
April 21, 2010
April 24, 2010
April 25, 2010
April 27, 2010
April 28, 2010
8th Leg
May 8, 2010
May 9, 2010
May 11, 2010
May 12, 2010
May 15, 2010
May 16, 2010
May 18, 2010
May 19, 2010
May 22, 2010
May 23, 2010
May 25, 2010
May 26, 2010
May 29, 2010
May 30, 2010
9th Leg
June 15, 2010
June 16, 2010
June 19, 2010
June 20, 2010
June 22, 2010
June 23, 2010
June 26, 2010
June 27, 2010
June 29, 2010
June 30, 2010
July 3, 2010
July 4, 2010

Cancellations

Cher canceled seven shows due to an illness that she called "Vegas Throat". Rumors spread saying that the star had cancer. Cher made an appearance on the Today show and Access Hollywood saying, "If I had cancer everyone would know about it. I wouldn't tell them but someone would." She also said she couldn't wait to return to Las Vegas in February 2009. The canceled dates were: September 7, 23, 24, 27, 28 and October 4 and 5 in 2008.

Box office score data

Billboard BOXSCORE - The Colosseum at Caesars Palace [3]
Dates (MDY) Position Gross Sales Tickets Sold / Available Sellout (%)
05-21-08 3 $2,547,560 16,870 / 16,870 100%
05-28-08 4 $2,569,083 16,962 / 16,962 100%
06-04-08 3 $2,584,217 17,022 / 17,022 100%
06-11-08 12 $2,589,078 17,056 / 17,056 100%
08-16-08 2 $1,895,526 12,477 / 12,808 97%
08-23-08 2 $2,591,497 17,078 / 17,078 100%
08-30-08 5 $2,573,670 17,061 / 17,061 100%
09-13-08 9 $2,538,438 16,634 / 16,945 98%
09-13-08 11 $1,739,643 11,600 / 12,375 94%
09-20-08 10 $1,290,796 8,517 / 8,517 100%
09-27-08 2 $2,596,618 17,081 / 17,081 100%
10-18-08 3 $1,294,960 8,530 / 8,530 100%
03-14-09 2 $3,331,455 22,134 / 23,819 93%
03-28-09 3 $1,844,510 12,606 / 14,909 85%
03-28-09 2 $1,912,403 13,124 / 15,069 87%
04-04-09 6 $1,911,450 13,095 / 15,166 86%
05-09-09 2 $3,294,601 22,442 / 24,595 91%
05-30-09 9 $1,781,525 12,716 / 15,771 81%
06-06-09 1 $3,845,125 26,493 / 29,983 88%
10-10-09 28 $3,199,085 21,939 / 25,176 87%
10-17-09 6 $1,956,710 13,747 / 15,991 86%
10-24-09 5 $2,326,062 15,992/ 16,967 95%
12-12-09 2 $3,221,147 23,432/ 26,914 87%
01-09-10 1 $3,335,106 26,867 / 31,033 87%
01-09-10 10 $1,271,451 11,826 / 14,564 81%
TOTAL / AVERAGE 3 $60,041,716 413,301 / 448,262 92%

Ticketing sales

Top Vegas Events [4] Result
March 1, 2010-March 7, 2010 No.1
February 22, 2010-February 28, 2010 No.1
February 15, 2010-February 21, 2010 No.1
February 8, 2010-February 14, 2010 No.1
February 1, 2010-February 7, 2010 No.1
January 25, 2010-January 31, 2010 No.2
January 18, 2010-January 24, 2010 No.2
January 11, 2010-January 17, 2010 No.2
January 4, 2010-January 10, 2010 No.2
December 28, 2009-January 3, 2010 No.2
December 21, 2009-December 27, 2009 No.2
December 14, 2009-December 20, 2009 No.2
December 7, 2009-December 13, 2009 No.2
November 30, 2009-December 6, 2009 No.2
November 23, 2009-November 29, 2009 No.2
November 16, 2009-November 22, 2009 No.1
November 9, 2009-November 15, 2009 No.1
November 2, 2009-November 8, 2009 No.2
October 26, 2009-November 1, 2009 No.2
October 19, 2009-October 25, 2009 No.2
October 12, 2009-October 18, 2009 No.2
October 5, 2009-October 11, 2009 No.2
September 28, 2009-October 4, 2009 No.2
September 21, 2009-September 27, 2009 No.2
September 14, 2009-September 20, 2009 No.1
September 7, 2009-September 13, 2009 No.2
August 31, 2009-September 6, 2009 No.1
August 24, 2009-August 30, 2009 No.2
August 17, 2009-August 23, 2009 No.2
August 10, 2009-August 16, 2009 No.2
August 3, 2009-August 9, 2009 No.2
July 27, 2009-August 2, 2009 No.2
July 20, 2009-July 26, 2009 No.2
July 13, 2009-July 19, 2009 No.2
July 6, 2009-July 12, 2009 No.2
June 29, 2009-July 5, 2009 No.2
June 22, 2009-June 28, 2009 No.2
June 15, 2009-June 21, 2009 No.2
June 8, 2009-June 14, 2009 No.2
June 1, 2009-June 7, 2009 No.2
May 25, 2009-May 31, 2009 No.2
May 18, 2009-May 24, 2009 No.2
May 11, 2009-May 17, 2009 No.1
May 4, 2009-May 10, 2009 No.1
April 27, 2009-May 3, 2009 No.1
April 20, 2009-April 26, 2009 No.1
April 13, 2009-April 19, 2009 No.1
April 6, 2009-April 12, 2009 No.1
March 30, 2009-April 5, 2009 No.1
March 23, 2009-March 29, 2009 No.1
March 16, 2009-March 22, 2009 No.2
March 9, 2009-March 15, 2009 No.1
March 2, 2009-March 8, 2009 No.1
February 23, 2009-March 1, 2009 No.2
February 16, 2009-February 22, 2009 No.1
February 9, 2009-February 15, 2009 No.1
February 2, 2009-February 8, 2009 No.1
January 26, 2009-February 1, 2009 No.1
January 19, 2009-January 25, 2009 No.1
January 12, 2009-January 18, 2009 No.1
January 9, 2008-January 11, 2009 No.2
December 29, 2008-January 4, 2009 No.2
December 22-December 28, 2008 No.3
December 15-December 21, 2008 No.2
December 8-December 14, 2008 No.2
December 1-December 7, 2008 No.3
November 24-November 30, 2008 No.2
November 17-November 23, 2008 No.2
November 10-November 16, 2008 No.2
November 3-November 9, 2008 No.2
September 29-October 5, 2008 No.5
September 22-September 28, 2008 No.2
September 15-September 21, 2008 No.1
September 8-September 14, 2008 No.1
September 1-September 7, 2008 No.1
August 25-August 31, 2008 No.1
August 18-August 24, 2008 No.1
August 11-August 17, 2008 No.1
August 4-August 10, 2008 No.1
July 28-August 3, 2008 No.1
July 21-July 27, 2008 No.1
July 14-July 20, 2008 No.2
July 7-July 13, 2008 No.2
June 30-July 6, 2008 No.2
June 23-June 29, 2008 No.2
June 16-June 22, 2008 No.2
June 9-June 15, 2008 No.2
June 2-June 8, 2008 No.2
May 26-June 1, 2008 No.2
May 19-May 25, 2008 No.1
May 12-May 18, 2008 No.1
May 5-May 11, 2008 No.1
April 28-May 4, 2008 No.1
April 21-April 27, 2008 No.1
April 14-April 20, 2008 No.1
April 7-April 13, 2008 No.1
March 31-April 6, 2008 No.1
March 24-March 30, 2008 No.1
March 17-March 23, 2008 No.1
March 10-March 16, 2008 No.1
March 3-March 9, 2008 No.2
February 25-March 2, 2008 No.2
February 18-February 24, 2008 No.2
February 11-February 17, 2008 No.1
February 4-February 10, 2008 No.1
Top Concerts Events [5] Result
September 1-September 7, 2008 No.5
August 25-August 31, 2008 No.6
August 18-August 24, 2008 No.6
August 11-August 17, 2008 No.3
August 4-August 10, 2008 No.9
May 19-May 25, 2008 No.10
May 12-May 18, 2008 No.7
May 5-May 11, 2008 No.3
April 28-May 4, 2008 No.7
February 4-February 10, 2008 No.8
Top Combined Events [6] Result
September 1-September 7, 2008 No.16
August 25-August 31, 2008 No.13
August 18-August 24, 2008 No.16
August 11-August 17, 2008 No.10
May 12-May 18, 2008 No.12
May 5-May 11, 2008 No.6
April 28-May 4, 2008 No.13
April 21-April 27, 2008 No.18
February 11-February 17, 2008 No.18

Broadcast and recordings

On February 26, 2009, Entertainment Tonight aired a segment featuring clips from the show, including "Believe", "Love Is a Battlefield", "Gypsies, Tramps & Thieves" and "Half-Breed". The audio of all performances was replaced by a remix of "Believe".[7] In early May 2009, a complete recording of the May 9 show was posted in her official community. "Let The Good Times Roll" was also posted, from the May 6 performance, in which Cher's former boyfriend Robert Camilletti was present. The Blu-Ray/DVD&cd combo of the show will be released January 25th, 2011. The package includes four tappings of the show and will include a new music video as a bonus feature. Her rep. confirms that the new album will be released late 2010 and will include two versions of the album. The standard version has 14 songs while the Deluxe Edition will include 19. Her rep says." This is going to be by far the most successful album Cher has recorded in her 45 year Career." When interviewed by Vegas Weekly Cher Confirms That there will be a new tour after her residency at Caesars Palace expires." You know, I never thought I would ever consider touring again but I miss it. I really do."

Merchandise

Located at Caesars Palace just to the left of the Colosseum entrance doors is the Cher Boutique. There, fans can purchase memorabilia such as programs, shirts, hats, CDs and DVD, pens, posters etc. Prices range to $4 to about $1000+.

Personnel

  • Lead Vocals: Cher
  • Musical Direction & Choreographer: Doriana Sanchez
  • Costume Design: Bob Mackie
  • Aerial Choreographer: Dreya Weber
  • Dance Captain: Kevin Wilson
  • Aerialist: Sagiv Ben Binyamin
  • Aerialist: Katia Sereno
  • Aerialist: Mam Smith
  • Aerialist: Maximiliano Torandell
  • Dancer: Melissa Cabrera
  • Dancer: Jackie Dowsett
  • Dancer: Suzanne Easter
  • Dancer: Scott Fowler
  • Dancer: Stephanie Landwehr
  • Dancer: Sumayah McRae
  • Dancer: Marlon Pelayo
  • Dancer: Jamal Story
  • Dancer: Jaymz Tuaileva
  • Dancer: Clare Turton
  • Dancer: Tovaris Wilson

Band

  • Background Vocals: Stacy Campbell
  • Background Vocals: Jenny Douglas-McRae
  • Background Vocals: Patti Russo
  • Background Vocals: Danni Gee
  • Background Vocals: Nichelle Tillman
  • Musical Director/Keyboards/Vocals: Paul Mirkovich
  • Guitars/Background Vocals: David Barry
  • Drums: Mark Schulman
  • Drums: Nate Morton
  • Keyboards: Darrell Smith
  • Bass: Alexander (Sasha) Krivstov

References

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