The Big Finish says goodbye to Milan with an outstanding performance – report of Mr. Big 03.04

Author Benedetta Baldin - 4.4.2024

Yesterday the iconic rock band Mr. Big graced the stage at the Live Club in Milan, delivering a performance that left the audience exhilarated. We were present and you can enjoy this detailed report of the show by Daniele Brianza. A huge thank you to Pablo for his kindness and assistance towards us!

First and foremost, the audio mixing at the Live Club was exemplary. Every note, every beat, and every lyric reverberated throughout the venue with pristine clarity, allowing the audience to fully immerse themselves in the band’s music. Kudos to the sound engineers for their meticulous work, enhancing the overall concert experience.

Punctuality is often overlooked in the realm of live performances, but Mr. Big set a commendable example by starting the show promptly. Their professionalism was evident from the moment they took the stage, ensuring that fans received the full concert experience without any unnecessary delays.

A whole chapter we could open about their unparalleled musical prowess. At times, it felt as though we were listening to studio-recorded tracks rather than a live concert. Each member of the band has exceptional skill and precision, maintaining a level of excellence throughout the evening that is still unmatched.

One of the most memorable moments of the night occurred during “Good Lovin’,” when the entire band engaged in a lighthearted switch of instruments. Despite this playful deviation from the norm, the performance quality remained consistently top-notch, much to the delight of the audience. Paul Gilbert’s closing drum solo was nothing short of spectacular, leaving the crowd in awe of his technical proficiency and showmanship. We are quite sure there is nothing this man can’t do or play!

In a touching tribute to their late bandmate Pat Torpey, Mr. Big performed “Take Cover” with heartfelt emotion, poignantly honoring his memory. Additionally, Paul Gilbert’s inclusion of a snippet from Rocky’s theme during his guitar solo added an unexpected yet delightful touch to the performance, showing everyone who set the rules to this genre.

In conclusion, Mr. Big‘s concert at the Live Club in Milan was an unforgettable experience of exceptional audio quality, punctuality, and unparalleled musical talent. Sure, it was a big finish, and now all we have left are just memories and mementos, but what a glorious way to come to this.


  1. Addicted to That Rush
  2. Take Cover
  3. Price You Gotta Pay
  4. Daddy, Brother, Lover, Little Boy (The Electric Drill Song)
  5. Alive And Kickin’
  6. Green-Tinted Sixties Mind
  7. Lucky This Time (Jeff Paris cover)
  8. Voodoo Kiss
  9. Never Say Never
  10. Just Take My Heart
  11. My Kinda Woman
  12. A Little Too Loose
  13. Road To Ruin
  14. To Be With You
  15. Wild World (Cat Stevens cover)
  16. -guitar solo-
  17. Colorado Bulldog
  18. -bass solo-
  19. Shy Boy (Talas cover)
  20. 30 Days In The Hole (Humble Pie cover)
  21. Good Lovin’ (The Olympics cover)
  22. Baba O’Riley (The Who cover)