Rams Head Live
Corey Feldman Set List: Ascension Millenium, Everybody (Costume Change), Duh!, Angelic 2 The Core, Jackie’s Song (Costume Change), Something In Your Eyes, Rock On, Perfect Woman, Margot’s Song (Costume Change), Billie Jean/What’s Up/Funky Medley, Remember 222 (Costume Change), Cry Little Sister, Goonies R Good Enough, Stand By Me, Why Don’t We Do It In The Road, Lethal Lolita, Jimena’s Solo (Costume Change), Tutti Fruity, Dare Dreamer, Rock Us Danny (Costume Change), Corey’s Solo, Marisa’s Solo (Costume Change), Wanna Break Free, ENCORE: Former Child Actor, Love Left, Go 4 It!
Corey Feldman has a reputation for being unpredictable and when he announced to the world that he was going to tour with a new project entitled “Corey Feldman and the Angels” it was a no brainer that the man would deliver an interesting stage presentation.
The crowd on hand for Corey’s Baltimore show was small in size but rabid with anticipation for the man and his music.
Corey’s intro movie was a mini documentary which showed all of his accomplishments and exhibited to the crowd where Corey had been and what he was about to do onstage.
The Angels are a quirky backing band and at times the entire show reminds you of something that you may have seen in the Russel Brand movie “Get Him To The Greek”; “African Child” comes to mind.
One would assume that the crowd would be there out of sheer curiosity to simply witness the train wreck BUT most fans in attendance were die hard Feldman fans who came to see a glimpse of their idol.
Corey opened up with 2 songs that were dance oriented with heavy synths, this led into several costume changes, a Michael Jackson medley, a cover of “Rock On”, several songs from Corey’s vast film career, and a tribute to Corey Haim.
“Tutti Frutti” by Little Richard was a tad iffy and “Cry Little Sister” was the clear fan favorite.
Each Angel was given a “solo” throughout the set and a cover of “Zombie” by The Cranberries was performed at one point.
Corey’s lead guitarist offered an interesting solo that included riffs from “Crazy Train”, “Cowboys from Hell”, and Slayer. I jokingly referred to it as the “Guitar Center Medley” because if featured riffs from every metal song you might hear guys jammin inside a guitar center.
Towards the end of the show "Uninvited" by Alanis Morrisette was performed; this was one of the highlights of the night because the performance was strong and presented the Angels in a strong way.
Corey played drums, Corey rode a hover board, the entire band wore light up shoes; Corey gave the crowd an odd yet overtly original show like no other Baltimore has ever seen.