âUninvitedâ and âThank Youâ came during the encore, wrapping up the only female-led lineup this season.
Garbage, run by Shirley Manson, still has it, and had its own celebration to do. Garbage’s self-titled debut album was released the same year as Morissette’s âJagged Little Pillâ.
The crowd warmed up when the group performed “Stupid Girl”, which brought in Donna Summer’s “I Feel Love”, “Only Happy When It Rains”, “# 1 Crush” and a rendition of “Personal Jesus” by Depeche Mode.
âYou are a sight for sore eyes,â the admittedly chatty Manson told the crowd.
âThe fact that we’re all still here since the 90s is truly a miracle,â Manson said. She also shouted out at other rock women who came before her like Chrissie Hynde, Debbie Harry and Stevie Nicks, and said acts like herself, Morissette and Cat Power represent the second generation.
Manson also emphasized how St. Louis holds a special place in his heart. This is the city where her husband, record producer Billy Bush, was born.
Liz Phair, who was on the tour originally, fell off before the tour started, replaced by Cat Power.
Alanis Morissette Setlist, Hollywood Casino Amphitheater