Fred Durst – 2008.12.16 West Hollywood, California

Date: 16th December, 2008
Location: West Hollywood, California, USA
Venue: The Roxy
Event: Camp Freddy’s Xmas Roxy Residency Show
Performing Act: Camp Freddy
Other Bands: None.

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01. Hallo There, How’s Life? (Antisect cover)
02. Cat Scratch Fever (Ted Nugent cover)                                            w/ Mark McGrath
03. Girls Got Rhythm (AC/DC cover)
04. Come As You Are (Nirvana cover)                                                   w/ Wes Scantlin
05. Round and Round (Ratt cover)                                                        w/ Brett Anderson
06. Highway to Hell (AC/DC cover)                                                        w/ Billy Duffy & Brett Anderson
07. She Sells Sanctuary (The Cult cover)
08. White Wedding (Billy Idol cover)                                                     w/ Steve Stevens
09. Ziggy Stardust (David Bowie cover)
10. Pretty Vacant (Sex Pistols cover)                                                     w/ Steve Jones
11. You Really Got Me (The Kinks cover)                                              w/ Fred Durst
12. Rock and Roll All Nite (KISS cover)                                                  w/ Fred Durst & Mark McGrath
13. Foxy Lady (The Jimi Hendrix Experience cover)                            w/ Billy Gibbons
14. La Grange (ZZ Top cover)                                                                 w/ Billy Gibbons
15. I Wanna Be Your Dog (The Stooges cover)


Show Notes:
– Fred came out for ‘You Really Got Me’ (The Kinks cover) and ‘Rock And Roll All Nite (KISS cover).
– Other guests were Darling Stilettos, Billy Duffy, Steve Stevens, Steve Lukather and Kenny Aranoff.


Other Notes:
– Sold out show.
– This was the first time that Fred joined Camp Freddy.
– This was the third of four Camp Freddy’s Xmas residency shows in Roxy presented by Indie 103.1.
– Dave Navarro talking about this show:
“Everyone had a fantastic time and the energy was pretty crazy. It was a sold-out show and we busted out some Halen, ZZ Top, Nirvana, Hendrix and a bunch of others. I am not going to tell you who’s playing next week, but it’s the last show at the Roxy next Tuesday (and the last Freddy show of 2008) and if you are a fan of rock music, I STRONGLY advise you to buy a ticket now! I can’t quite believe it myself, but I think next weeks show is gonna top it all off quite nicely!! Don’t say you weren’t warned.”