A peek inside Max Weinberg’s Jukebox

MAX WEINBERG

The New Jersey debut of E Street Band drummer Max Weinberg‘s new show, titled Max Weinberg’s Jukebox, takes place at the Stone Pony in Asbury Park, Aug. 30. I reviewed the show at the City Winery in New York, last month. The way it basically worked was that Weinberg performed with three members of The Weeklings: Bob Burger and John Merjave (both on guitar and vocals) and Glen Burtnik (on bass and vocals). Songs in the band’s “Jukebox” scrolled on the nightclub’s video screens; audience members looked them over and shouted out their requests. Some requests were honored, but there obviously wasn’t enough time to do them all.

Below is an embedded video of the scroll that Weinberg has been using. And, under that, a list of all the songs in alphabetical order, by artist.

As you can see, there are a lot of Beatles songs on the list. The Rolling Stones and Weinberg’s longtime boss, Bruce Springsteen, are also well represented, as are The Monkees and The Who.

For Pony information, visit stoneponyonline.com. Other New Jersey Max Weinberg’s Jukebox shows will take place at White Eagle Hall in Jersey City, Oct. 18; The Landis Theater in Vineland, Nov. 18; and The Newton Theatre in Newton, Dec. 8.

AC/DC: “Highway to Hell”
Bad Company: “Can’t Get Enough”
Badfinger: “Come and Get It”
Badfinger: “No Matter What”
The Band: “Up on Cripple Creek”
The Band: “The Weight”
The Beach Boys: “Surfin’ USA”
The Beatles: “All I’ve Got to Do”
The Beatles: “All My Loving”
The Beatles: “All You Need Is Love”
The Beatles: “And I Love Her”
The Beatles: “And Your Bird Can Sing”
The Beatles: “Another Girl”
The Beatles: “Anytime at All”
The Beatles: “Baby, You’re a Rich Man”
The Beatles: “Baby’s in Black”
The Beatles: “Back in the U.S.S.R.”
The Beatles: “Birthday”
The Beatles: “Blackbird”
The Beatles: “Can’t Buy Me Love”
The Beatles: “Come Together”
The Beatles: “Day Tripper”
The Beatles: “Do You Want to Know a Secret?”
The Beatles: “Don’t Bother Me”
The Beatles: “Don’t Let Me Down”
The Beatles: “Drive My Car”
The Beatles: “Eight Days a Week”
The Beatles: “Every Little Thing”
The Beatles: “From Me to You”
The Beatles: “Get Back”
The Beatles: “Getting Better”
The Beatles: “Good Day Sunshine”
The Beatles: “Good Morning Good Morning”
The Beatles: “A Hard Day’s Night”
The Beatles: “Hello, Goodbye”
The Beatles: “Help!”
The Beatles: “Here Comes the Sun”
The Beatles: “Hey Bulldog”
The Beatles: “Hey Jude”
The Beatles: “Hold Me Tight”
The Beatles: “I Am the Walrus”
The Beatles: “I Don’t Want to Spoil the Party”
The Beatles: “I Need You”
The Beatles: “I Saw Her Standing There”
The Beatles: “I Should Have Known Better”
The Beatles: “I Want to Hold Your Hand”
The Beatles: “I Want to Tell You”
The Beatles: “I Want You (She’s So Heavy)”
The Beatles: “I Will”
The Beatles: “If I Fell”
The Beatles: “If I Needed Someone”
The Beatles: “I’m a Loser”
The Beatles: “I’m Happy Just to Dance With You”
The Beatles: “I’m Looking Through You”
The Beatles: “It Won’t Be Long”
The Beatles: “I’ve Just Seen a Face”
The Beatles: “Love Me Do”
The Beatles: “Lovely Rita”
The Beatles: “Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds”
The Beatles: “The Night Before”
The Beatles: “No Reply”
The Beatles: “Nowhere Man”
The Beatles: “One After 909”
The Beatles: “Paperback Writer”
The Beatles: “Please Please Me”
The Beatles: “Rocky Raccoon”
The Beatles: “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band”
The Beatles: “She Loves You”
The Beatles: “Taxman”
The Beatles: “Things We Said Today”
The Beatles: “This Boy”
The Beatles: “Ticket to Ride”
The Beatles: “Till There Was You”
The Beatles: “Two of Us”
The Beatles: “We Can Work It Out”
The Beatles: “While My Guitar Gently Weeps”
The Beatles: “You Can’t Do That”
The Beatles: “You’re Going to Lose That Girl”
The Beatles: “You’ve Got to Hide Your Love Away”
The Bee Gees: “To Love Somebody”
Chuck Berry: “Johnny B. Goode”
Chuck Berry: “Memphis, Tennessee”
Chuck Berry/The Beatles: “Roll Over Beethoven”
Bon Jovi: “Livin’ on a Prayer”
David Bowie: “The Jean Genie”
David Bowie: “Rebel Rebel”
Jackson Browne: “Doctor, My Eyes”
The Cars: “My Best Friend’s Girl”
Chad & Jeremy: “A Summer Song”
Cheap Trick: “I Want You to Want Me”
Cheap Trick: “Surrender”
Eric Clapton: “Wonderful Tonight”
The Dave Clark Five: “Glad All Over”
Elvis Costello & the Attractions: “Pump It Up”
Elvis Costello & the Attractions: “Radio Radio”
Cream: “Sunshine of Your Love”
Cream: “White Room”
Creedence Clearwater Revival: “Fortunate Son”
Creedence Clearwater Revival/Ike & Tina Turner: “Proud Mary”
Neil Diamond: “Cherry Cherry”
Neil Diamond: “Solitary Man”
Donovan: “Mellow Yellow”
Bob Dylan: “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door”
Bob Dylan: “Like a Rolling Stone”
Bob Dylan/The Byrds: “Mr. Tambourine Man”
The Eagles: “Take It Easy”
The Easybeats: “Friday on My Mind”
Eddie Floyd: “Knock on Wood”
Free: “All Right Now”
The Georgia Satellites: “Keep Your Hands to Yourself”
Dobie Gray: “Drift Away”
The Jimi Hendrix Experience: “Foxy Lady”
The Jimi Hendrix Experience: “Purple Haze”
The Hollies: “Bus Stop”
The Hollies: “Look Through Any Window”
Buddy Holly: “Peggy Sue”
The Isley Brothers/The Beatles: “Twist and Shout”
Tommy James & the Shondells: “Mony Mony”
Robert Johnson/Cream: “Crossroads”
Janis Joplin: “Cry Baby”
The Kingsmen: “Louie Louie”
The Kinks: “All Day and All of the Night”
The Kinks: “You Really Got Me”
Led Zeppelin: “Good Times Bad Times”
Little Richard/The Beatles: “Long Tall Sally”
Manfred Mann: “Do Wah Diddy Diddy”
The McCoys: “Hang on Sloopy”
John Mellencamp: “Pink Houses”
The Steve Miller Band: “The Joker”
The Monkees: “Daydream Believer”
The Monkees: “I’m a Believer”
The Monkees: “(I’m Not Your) Steppin’ Stone”
The Monkees: “Last Train to Clarksville”
The Monkees: “A Little Bit Me, a Little Bit You”
Roy Orbison: “Oh, Pretty Woman”
Peter & Gordon: “A World Without Love”
Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers: “American Girl”
Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers: “Breakdown”
Wilson Pickett: “In the Midnight Hour”
Wilson Pickett: “634-5789”
The Ramones: “I Wanna Be Sedated”
Paul Revere and the Raiders: “Hungry”
The Rolling Stones: “Beast of Burden”
The Rolling Stones: “Brown Sugar”
The Rolling Stones: “Get Off of My Cloud”
The Rolling Stones: “Honky Tonk Women”
The Rolling Stones: “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction”
The Rolling Stones: “Jumpin’ Jack Flash”
The Rolling Stones: “The Last Time”
The Rolling Stones: “Mother’s Little Helper”
The Rolling Stones: “19th Nervous Breakdown”
The Rolling Stones: “Paint It Black”
The Rolling Stones: “Start Me Up”
The Rolling Stones: “Street Fighting Man”
The Rolling Stones: “Sympathy for the Devil”
The Rolling Stones: “Tumbling Dice”
The Rolling Stones: “Under My Thumb”
Sam & Dave: “When Something Is Wrong With My Baby”
Sam the Sham & the Pharoahs: “Wooly Bully”
Paul Simon: “Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard”
Bruce Springsteen: “Dancing in the Dark”
Bruce Springsteen: “Fire”
Bruce Springsteen: “Glory Days”
Bruce Springsteen: “Pink Cadillac”
Bruce Springsteen: “She’s the One”
Bruce Springsteen: “Tenth Avenue Freeze-out”
Bruce Springsteen: “Thunder Road”
The Standells: “Dirty Water”
Steppenwolf: “Born to Be Wild”
Steppenwolf: “Magic Carpet Ride”
Stephen Stills: “Love the One You’re With”
T. Rex: “Bang a Gong (Get It On)”
The Troggs: “Wild Thing”
The Ventures: “Walk, Don’t Run”
Joe Walsh: “Rocky Mountain Way”
The Who: “I Can See for Miles”
The Who: “I Can’t Explain”
The Who: “The Kids Are Alright”
The Who: “My Generation”
Bobby Womack/The Rolling Stones: “It’s All Over Now”
The Yardbirds: “For Your Love”
The Yardbirds: “Heart Full of Soul”
Neil Young: “Cinnamon Girl”
The Young Rascals: “Good Lovin’ “

3 thoughts on “A peek inside Max Weinberg’s Jukebox

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  2. I had the most wonderful time at Tanner park last night. Max was a most gracious host and very accomidating to his audience . I wanted so badly to have him sign my vest which I have signed by 2 e street members so far. Hope to have Bruce and Patty sign at broadway show. Anyway my only disappointment was that he wouldn’t sign. The opportunity will probably never come around again, and I already will never have Danny or the big mans signature. Nevertheless if the opportunity comes around to see Max and his band, jump on it, you will not be disappointed. Thanks for a great night .

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