Tin Machine performed at the NHK Hall in Tokyo, Japan, on 6 February 1992, as part of the It’s My Life Tour.
It was the 58th night of the It’s My Life Tour, which began on 5 October 1991 in Milan, and the second of two consecutive nights in Tokyo.
Tin Machine were David Bowie on vocals, guitar, and saxophone, Reeves Gabrels on guitar and vocals, Tony Sales on bass guitar and vocals, and Hunt Sales on drums and vocals. They were joined on this tour by Eric Schermerhorn on rhythm guitar and vocals.
Bowie had previously played at the NHK Hall on 12 December 1978 for the last show of the Isolar II Tour.
- ‘Goodbye Mr Ed’
- ‘If There Is Something’
- ‘Baby Universal’
- ‘Crack City’
- ‘I Can’t Read’
- ‘Betty Wrong’
- ‘Go Now’
- ‘Bus Stop’ (country version)
- ‘Bus Stop’
- ‘You Belong In Rock N’ Roll’
- ‘Heaven’s In Here’
- ‘Shopping For Girls’
- ‘Sacrifice Yourself’
Also on this day...
- 1996: Live: Hala Tivoli, Ljubljana
- 1976: Live: Cow Palace, Daly City
- 1971: Travel: Chicago to Detroit
- 1969: Filming: Love You Till Tuesday
- 1966: David Bowie auditions musicians for The Buzz
- 1965: Live: Davie Jones and the Manish Boys, Bletchley
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