Check out this Club Soda Queens of the Stone Age Concert from 2000
No one knows. Well, that is, no one knew who Queens of the Stone Age were when they took the stage at Kalamazoo's Club Soda back in 2000. It was two years before their break out single No One Knows would take the alternative rock radio world by storm (due in no small part to Dave Grohl drumming on the track). That same year No One Knows would be added to the latest installment of Guitar Hero and give gamers a hard lesson in syncopation. I digress...
Before there was Guitar Hero, there was Club Soda, a rockin' little joint which now hosts Newman's Bookshoppe, a Catholic bookstore. All that remains is their sign hanging in Old Dog Tavern, and the many videos filmed therein. Check out the full August 5th, 2000 Queens of the Stone Age concert with a fresh faced 27-year-old Josh Homme front and center.
Their set included 14 songs including:
- Feel Good Hit of the Summer
- Regular John
- Ode to Clarissa
- Monsters in the Parasol
- Auto Pilot
- Leg of Lamb
- You Think I Ain't Worth a Dollar, But I Feel Like a Millionaire
- You Can't Quit Me Baby
- The Lost Art of Keeping a Secret
- The Bronze
- Better Living Through Chemistry
- Tension Head
Off the road for several years, Queens of the Stone Age front man Josh Homme announced the band would return to the stage in 2021 at the Reading and Leeds Festival in the UK.