On this night, the four Aussie band members welcomed a guest keyboardist who stole the show on a couple of tracks, namely “Look What You've Done,” which completely hushed and enchanted the sold-out crowd.
Singer-guitarist Nic Cester has taken a loan out on Pete Townshend's windmill guitar stroke. His brother, singer-drummer Chris Cester, took the spotlight on a few numbers and was the lead vocalist on a couple including, “Holiday” and “Skin and Bones,” both from the band's new sophomore album Shine On . Mark Wilson strummed the four-string bass guitar, and Cameron Muncey rounded out the group on guitar and also pitched in on vocals.
Jet treated fans to a satisfying set that included all of the mainstream hits from the band's first album Get Born, including “Are you Gonna Be My Girl” and “Cold Hard Bitch.” Fans were surprisingly receptive to all of the new tunes as well. The warm reception only further demonstrated that these guys are talented songwriters.There's something to be said for having the ability to get an audience to sing along to a song that they have never heard, or maybe only heard once before. Jet has a knack for writing simple, memorable, catchy tunes.