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The Unofficial “American Idols Live” 

The Unofficial “American Idols Live”

Tour Set List*

First Act

 

Michael Sarver

“I'm in Love With a Girl,”
Gavin DeGraw

“Closer,” Ne-Yo

 

Megan Joy

 
“Put Your Records On,”
Corrine Bailey Rae

“Tears Dry on Their Own,”
Amy Winehouse

 

Scott MacIntyre

“Bend & Break,” Keane

“A Thousand Miles,” Vanessa Carlton

 

Lil Rounds

“Be Without You/Just Fine,”
Mary J. Blige

“No One,” Alicia Keys

“Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It),” Beyoncé

 

Anoop Desai

“Always On My Mind,”
Elvis Presley

“Mad,” Ne-Yo

“My Prerogative,” Bobby Brown

 

Matt Giraud

“Hard to Handle,” Otis Redding

“Georgia on My Mind,”
Ray Charles

“You Found Me,” The Fray

 

Production Number

Megan and Lil: “Can't Take My Eyes Off of You,” Four Seasons

 
Scott and Matt: “Tell Her About It,” Billy Joel

 
Michael: “Suspicious Minds,”
Elvis Presley

 
Anoop, Matt, Scott, Michael, Lil, Megan: “Beggin'”

 

 

Second Act

 

Allison Iraheta

“So What,” Pink

“Cry Baby,” Janis Joplin

“Barracuda,” Heart

 

Danny Gokey

“P.Y.T. (Pretty Young Thing),”
Michael Jackson

“Maria Maria,” Santana

“What Hurts the Most,”
Rascal Flatts

“My Wish,” Rascal Flatts

 

Adam Lambert

“Whole Lotta Love,”
Led Zeppelin

“Starlight,” Muse

“Mad World,” Tears for Fears

“Slow Ride,” Foghat (with Allison)

“Life on Mars”/“Fame”/“Let's Dance,” David Bowie

 

Kris Allen

“Heartless,” Kanye West/the Fray

“Ain't No Sunshine,” Bill Withers

“Bright Lights,” Matchbox 20

“All These Things I've Done,”
the Killers      

“Hey Jude,” The Beatles
(w/several other Idols)

 

Finale

Entire Group: “Don't Stop
Believing,” Journey

 

*Based on earlier shows. If previous years are any indication, set list usually stays pretty fixed throughout tours.

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