Church Road Winery, Napier, New Zealand

Saturday, October 16th, 2010

Church Road – 16th Octo­ber 2010

1. Out On The Range
2. Thrill Me
3. So Not Over You
4. Home Loan Blues
5. Your Mir­ror
6. For Your Babies
7. Hold­ing Back The Years
8. Stars
9. It’s Only Love
10. Sun­rise
11. Come To My Aid
12. Fake
13. The Right Thing
14. Money’s Too Tight (To Men­tion)
15. Ain’t That A Lot Of Love
16. Fair­ground
17. Some­thing Got Me Star­ted
18. If You Don’t Know Me By Now

4 Responses to “Church Road Winery, Napier, New Zealand”

  1. danny says:

    We saw you last year at Church rd and you were fant­astic, but this time we were dis­ap­poin­ted, you didnt sing all your hits and was only on for an hour and half. Prob­ably because last years was so good this con­cert couldnt pos­sibly be as good and it wasnt.
    We wish you the best Mick

  2. Robyn says:

    was great to see you at Napier and at New Ply­mouth last year (I was yelling and singing front left).you all look slim and trim too.hope you come back the music and play it a lot.have a great rest of tour

  3. Linda McMeeking says:

    I went to the Con­cert in Christ­ch­urch, New Zea­l­and on Octo­ber 19th and was abso­lutely blown away. It was the first time I have seen them live and I am still astoun­ded by the pro­fes­sion­al­ism, the com­bined sound the band made, the out­stand­ing voice of Mick, everything. It was right up there with one of the best con­certs I have ever seen. Mick is as fit as I have ever seen him, and his voice blew me away. I stood for the last quarter, as did most of the audi­ence, and danced and sang along. To hear those songs from my early years and know all the words, it was just amaz­ing, I didn’t want it to end. As you could tell by the yelling, stomp­ing and clap­ping and scream­ing. Well Done all of you. Please don’t stop tour­ing, you are as good, if not bet­ter, than you have ever soun­ded. Top Marks, FANTASTIC. Just wish I could have afforded a sweat shirt or t-shirt. I won­der if we can buy them online????

    Oh and by the way, Op Shop was fab­ulous as well. When they sang One Day I was a sob­bing mess because it was my young­est daughter’s wed­ding song, and her and her hus­band moved to Amer­ica 6 weeks after the wed­ding, so One Day has a very spe­cial memory for me. Well Done Jason.

  4. Deborah says:

    I was hooked 25+ years ago in the UK (Oooh Frantic Elev­at­ors!) and have been a pas­sion­ate SR fan ever since. You’ve been there for me dur­ing the good, the bad and yes, the down­right ugly times in my life. Now I’m liv­ing in NZ, I had to be here at the end with you *sob*.

    We saw you at Church Road last year (which was fab) and wouldn’t have missed this show for the world. We were not dis­ap­poin­ted as Mick, Kevin, Ian, Kenji, Steve, Pete and Dave rocked their musical cot­ton socks off. Mick’s voice gets bet­ter and bet­ter every time and Ian’s sax solo’s just blew our minds. What a per­form­ance guys!

    Thank you, thank you, thank you for com­ing back to NZ and enjoy the rest of the tour.

    From the scream­ing ban­shee in white in the front, fifth row XX

    Oh and Op Shop as sup­port were bril­liant too. Blind­ing choice!