Van Halen vocalist David Lee Roth began off his Las Vegas residency Wednesday night (January 8th) with a 15-song set that included ten Van Halen classics and five songs from his solo career, reports blabbermouth.net.

Roth’s reported set list is as follows:

1.  You Really Got Me (Kinks cover) 
2.  Big Train 
3.  Unchained 
4.  Just Like Paradise 
5.  Atomic Punk 
6.  Dance The Night Away 
7.  Mean Street 
8.  California Girls (Beach Boys cover) 
9.  Tobacco Road (John D. Loudermilk cover) 
10. Jamie’s Cryin’ 
11. Beautiful Girls 
12. Panama 
13. Ain’t Talkin’ ‘Bout Love 
14. Just A Gigolo / I Ain’t Got Nobody ( Irving Caesar, Leonello Casucci / Roger Graham, Spencer Williams covers) 
15. Jump

David Lee Roth’s backing band consisted of:

Al Estrada from the Van Halen tribute band Eruption
Rhythm guitarist Frankie Lindri,
Bassist Ryan Wheeler
Keyboardist Danny Wagner
Drummer Mike Mussleman

Watch some fan filmed footage below.

In other Roth news, the singer will be opening up for KISS on final leg of their End Of The Road tour.

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  • brad dawson on

    That is BRUTAL …..waterboard me please!!!!

    • Taskerofpuppets on

      Hahaha with a shock to the nads!

  • Charles Clinchot on

    Saw three of songs:”just like paradise,” “you really got me” and “ain’t talkin’ bout love.” Band is good, but Dave come on, I think it’s time to retire. Go back to being a paramedic the song performance was very uncomfortable to listen to

    He may not have been the best singer, but I think his age has caught up with him and no amount of showmanship can make up for it.

  • Charles Clinchot on

    Also saw on another website, that Dave said in an interview that he’s doing a solo residency because Eddie is not doing well and “singing and dancing is a perishable skill,” for him. Seems like this quote applies, elsewhere.

  • Taskerofpuppets on

    He’s giving lounge lizards a bad name. I love Dave’s confidence, it’s stunning.

  • elliot goldberg on

    dana, you nailed it. i don’t mind dave’s singing in these videos. he doesn’t sound all that different from the vh live album or the last 3 vh tours… i enjoyed the last one the best. the music always reigns supreme and more than makes up for any vocal deficiency, whether its vh or this top-notch band playing it. this sounds better than current kiss.

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