Talk:G3 (tour)

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Dream Theater members playing thrice[edit]

Mike Mangini has played drums on the tour as well, making Dream Theater the only band to have three of their members appear on the tour. U2kheim (talk) 23:37, 30 April 2011 (UTC)

Untitled[edit]

any news on G3 2006?

there coming to australia but there taking ages to say how much its going to be and when u can book tickets!!!!!!

Check on Satriani's website. And mate, I've got the platinum ticket!!! WooHoo!! Cheers -- Imoeng 10:33, 3 September 2006 (UTC)

2007[edit]

The stuff I added about Paul Gilbert playing with Petrucci and Satch can be found in Satch's newsletter so i have no source for it other than that... i could post the email here so you can verify it but more than likely within a day or so tons of guitar sites will be sourcing this information. Im so fucking excited about this woot woot The Ravager 18:42, 27 January 2007 (UTC)


I always thought the G3 tour was Satriani's idea alone. If I'm right either Eric Johnson and Steve Vai should be credited as founding members or neither. Whether or not I'm right maybe we should consider a citation? Also, there's not much information on the 2004 tour. I know that the songs performed for the G3 jam at the Hammersmith Apollo date on that tour were Rockin' In The Free World, Red (King Crimson cover) and Ice 9 (Joe Satriani cover). I think this is notable because Red and Ice 9 havent been played as G3 jam songs on other tours. Also they are both instrumentals and written by two of the guitarists (Satriani and Fripp).129.11.102.159 20:36, 10 March 2007 (UTC)

You're right that it was Satriani's idea alone, and it has been corrected. (Not by me, by the way.) --Hetzer 16:46, 15 April 2007 (UTC)

the set lists were not the same at all the shows. I saw Paul do "You Kids" at the Cincinnati show, I believe it was done in place of "Radiator" Dom316 01:24, 19 June 2007 (UTC)

DVD[edit]

Any info about a 2007 G3 DVD? --ΛэтєяиuS 08:40, 15 May 2007 (UTC)

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1997 tour[edit]

I saw G3 in 1997 (I'm pretty sure it was '97, anyway) in Vancouver, Canada, and contrary to the article (which says Vai only toured Europe), it was Fripp (seating/opening), Kenny Wayne, Vai, and Satch, with all 4 jamming out at the end. It's 10 years ago now, but my memory isn't that bad, I'm 100% Vai was there, as he was the principle reason I went. If I ever come across the ticket stub (I still have it somewhere) and it has the artists I'll photo it and upload for confirmation, but short of that I've got no source for it so I didn't edit the article, but just thought I'd provide the info for those working on it. A. Swearengen 07:50, 5 November 2007 (UTC)

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G3 Statistics[edit]

Bands with 2 people playing in G3: Mr. Big also has Billy Sheehan and Paul Gilbert. Dixie Dregs and Flying Colors has Steve Morse and Dave Larue.

Is Dave Larue the only musician to play for 2 people on the same tour? (Satriani and Perucci in 2007) He is also playing for both Petrucci and Steve Morse in the South American leg of 2012. That also means he would have played for 3 different guitarists.

Mike Mangini is also returning with Petrucci in 2012 (He has played for Steve Vai earlier). — Preceding unsigned comment added by 115.112.231.107 (talk) 10:59, 28 September 2012 (UTC)