The Police - Concert information

[Updated: September 3, 2005]

02-10-1979 / Roslyn, NY / My Father's Place / USA
Next To You - So Lonely - Truth Hits Everybody - Walking On The Moon - Hole In My Life - Fall Out - Bring On The Night - Message In A Bottle - The Bed's Too Big Without You - Peanuts - Roxanne - Can't Stand Losing You ** Landlord - Born In The 50's
Support act: Fàshiön.
Before Truth Hits Everybody Andy said: "It's Sting's birthday today. In case anybody didn't know. That's why he's in such a good mood".
Before Walking On The Moon: "We are gonna play some songs from our new album. The album is called Reggatta de Blanc. This is a song called Walking On The Moon".
"This is our single. It's called Message In A Bottle".
During Can't Stand Losing You: "Most people are doing the twist. Let's twist again like we did last summer".
"Thank you Long Island. Thank you WLIR. We are gonna play Landlord".
During Born In The 50's: "On the guitar Andy Summers. On the drums Stewart Copeland. Thank you to WLIR. Thank you to My Father's Place and Fshin and me and you".
The show was broadcasted on the radio by WLIR.

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