THE J. GEILS BAND: Tour Dates 1970 – 1983

(NOV 2014) NEW ADDITIONS TO ALL YEARS MARKED WITH (*) – Thanks to Bert Gangl for the new dates!

January 1970
01/08-10/70 – Boston Tea Party – Boston, MA – opening for BB King with Cold Blood
01/16/70 – The Woodrose Ballroom – South Deerfield, MA – w/ NRBQ
01/30/70 – The Warehouse, Providence, RI (*)
01/31/70 – The Warehouse, Providence, RI (*)

February 1970
02/01/70 – The Warehouse, Providence, RI (*)
02/28/70 – Harrington Auditorium, Worcester, MA – opening for BB King

April 1970
04/05/70 – Easter Concert Spectacular, Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA – w/ Johnny Winter & Little Feat
04/10/70 – The Warehouse, Providence, RI (*)
04/11/70 – The Warehouse, Providence, RI (*)
04/24/70 – Woodrose Joint Happening, Paramount Theater, 1700 Main Street, Springield, MA – Support to Allman Brothers Band (Poster)

May 1970
05/02/70 – The Woods of Dartmouth Pop Festival – Southeastern Massachusetts University, Dartmouth, MA – w/The Byrds, Manfred Mann, The Guess Who and many lesser-known groups

July 1970
07/23-25/70 – Boston Tea Party – Boston, MA – w/ Johnny Winter

August 1970
08/20-22/70 – Boston Tea Party – Boston, MA – w/ Dr. John & Travis Shook and the Club WOW

September 1970
09/18-19/70 – Capitol Theatre – Springfield, MA – w/Cin

October 1970
10/16-18/70 – Stonehenge – Ipswich, MA (Poster)
10/19/70 – Clark University, Worcester, MA – w/ Frank Zappa (*)

November 1970
11/06/70 – Curry College, Milton, MA – opening for the Byrds (Poster)

December 1970
12/18/70 – Symphony Hall, Boston, MA – opening for Van Morrison with Peter Johnson
12/31/70 – Stonehenge, Ipswich, MA – The venue became a noted showcase for new and emerging artists, and groups touring in support of a new LP. On a memorable New Years Eve 1970, The J. Geils Band, with their first album in stores for just a few weeks, led a conga line out the side door, around the back parking lot, and without missing a beat on the cowbell returned the revelers through the opposite side door. – See more at: http://mmone.org/stonehenge-club/ & https://storiesfromipswich.org/sherborne-wilson-house/

February 1971
02/14/71 – Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Worcester, MA (*)
02/18/71 – University Of Vermont Gymnasium, Burlington, VT – w/ The James Gang, Taj Mahal (*)
02/19/71 – Fillmore East, New York, NY – w/ Black Sabbath , Sir Lord Baltimore – 2 Shows
02/20/71 – Fillmore East, New York, NY – w/ Black Sabbath , Sir Lord Baltimore – 2 Shows
02/21/71 – Lawrence Academy, Groton, MA – with Travis, Shook and the Club Wow (*)
02/27/71 – Bridgewater State College, Bridgewater, MA – w/ Canned Heat (*)

March 1971
03/05-06/71 – Eastown Theatre Detroit MI – opened for Cactus with Sunday Funnies
03/13/71 – Clarkson College Alumni Gym, Potsdam, NY (*)
03/16/71 – Memorial Hall – Kansas City, KS – w/ Black Sabbath
03/19/71 – Cleveland Public Hall, Cleveland, OH - w/ Johnny Winter
03/25/71 – Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA – w/ Eric Burdon and War
03/26/71 – Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA – w/ Eric Burdon and War
03/27/71 – Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA – w/ Eric Burdon and War (*)
03/28/71 – Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA – w/ Eric Burdon and War
03/31/71 – Whiskey A Go Go, Los Angeles, CA – w/ Dreams (*)

April 1971
Played one day this month at the Worcester Polytech, Alden Memorial Auditorium (Thanks to Robert Rand for this info) April 1971. The J. Geils Band came back to play at Worcester Polytech, Alden Memorial Auditorium. I was there and I was on the Social Committee. I was running a small coffee house, weekend night spot, under the Sanford Riley Hall dormitory, "Friday the 13th", which was next to the auditorium. I hooked up with Al Couchon, former member (2nd guitar) of the J. Geils Blues Band, and we became best budds. Al said..."get J. Geils", so I approached the Social Committee for funds, but they had already spent their entire budget for the year and came up short. I still had money in the coffee house budget. We were making a profit all year so we still had our funds. So, I transferred bucks back to the main fund and we got the band to come to Worcester Tech. For the record, it was one of the best performances of the J. Geils Blues Band ever. They tore the house down with three standing ovations. Magic Dick did the best "Whammer Jammer" ever heard at any time. After the performance, we went back stage and J. gave Al Couchon his old Martin acoustic guitar. Al and I both remained on to graduation. The next time I saw J. was in Austin Texas in 1997 at Anton's. They were touring in a nice class C camper. They were back playing the blues again, J. and Magic Dick, as Bluestime. They were a great Rock Band but Rock was never where their hearts were at, but it sure paid well. Once you've played the blues, you never get the monkey off your back. I know, I've been playing blues my whole life.
For the record.
Robert Rand, WPI, Class of '72 (bluesboyrand@yahoo.com)
04/01/71 – Whiskey A Go Go, Los Angeles, CA – w/ Dreams (*)
04/02/71 – Whiskey A Go Go, Los Angeles, CA – w/ Dreams (*)
04/03/71 – Whiskey A Go Go, Los Angeles, CA – w/ Dreams (*)
04/04/71 – Whiskey A Go Go, Los Angeles, CA – w/ Dreams (Cutting)
04/04-05/71 – Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, CA – w/ Johnny Winter and Little Feat (Cutting and Ticket) (Flyer)
04/08-11/71 – Fillmore West – San Francisco, CA – opened for Johnny Winter w/ dreams
04/16-17/71 – Eastown Theatre Detroit MI – opening for Procol Harum with Trapeze
04/20/71 – Fillmore East, New York City – opening for Ten Years After
04/23/71 – Peirce Hall, Kenyon College, Gambier, OH – w/ Bonnie Raitt
04/25/71 – Swarthmore Collage, Swarthmore, PA – w/ Femimore Cooper (Afternoon Show) (*)
04/25/71 – Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY – w/ Jethro Tull (Evening Show) (*)
04/30/71 – AU Woods-Brown Amphitheater, Washington, DC – w/ Procol Harum (*)

May 1971
05/01/71 – University Of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC - w/ Muddy Walters & The Allman Brothers (*)
05/02/71 – Painter’s Mill Music Fair in Owings Mills, MD – Opened for Emerson, Lake & Palmer
05/05/71 – Student Center Cafeteria, University of New Haven – New Haven – w/ McKendree Spring and Brewer & Shipley
05/08/71 – UNH Snively Arena, Durham, NH - w/ Don Cooper (*)
05/09/71 – Lyndon State College Twilight Theatre, Lyndonville, VT (*)
05/11/71 – Gloucester High School, Gloucester, MA – w/ Travis Shook, The Club Wow and Ken Stoby (Poster)
05/12/71 – Music Hall, Boston, MA – w/ Johnny Winter
05/14/71 – Paramount Theatre – Springfield, MA – w/ Swallow
05/16/71 – Massasoit Community College, Canton, MA – w/ Alfalfa Farm, Eastern Standard Time, Eddie Mottau, Foiliage, Henry S Curtis, Joint Effort, Park Street Under, Shoe City Blues Band, Silverhouse, Swallow, Tramp & Uncle Al’s No Action Army (Poster)
05/20/71 – Fillmore East – New York City – w/ Leon Russell, Taj Mahal, Lee Michaels, Fanny, Humble Pie, Laura Nyro, Frank Zappa & The Mothers, Head Over Heels, Bloodrock, Glass Harp, Alice Cooper, B.B. King, Johnny Winter, Edgar Winter & Trash and The Allman Brothers Band.
05/22/71 – Selby Field, Ohio Wesleyan University – Delaware, OH – w/ Frank Zappa, Head Over Heels (Poster)
05/24/71 – Ohio Theatre, Columbus, OH – w/ Emerson, Lake & Palmer (*)
05/30/71 – State Fairgrounds – Detroit, MI – Detroit Rock & Roll Revival. Healiner : Allman Brothers Band w/ Johnny Winter, Edgar Winter’s White Trash, Boz Scaggs, Detroit, Bob Seger and others

June 1971
06/11-12/71 – Eastown Theatre Detroit MI – opened for the Allman Brothers Band with Cowboy
06/17/71 – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium, Atlanta, GA – Opened for Edgar Winter’s White Trash. Special guest : Mott The Hoople
06/25/71 – Fillmore East – New York City – w/ Albert King, The Allman Brothers – Not sure about this date
06/26/71 – Fillmore East – New York City – w/ Albert King, The Allman Brothers
06/27/71 – Fillmore East – New York City – w/ Albert King, Edgar Winter’s White Trash, Mountain, The Beach Boys, Country Joe McDonald, The Allman Brothers (Final Concert at Venue)

July 1971
07/03/71 – Michigan State Fairgrounds – Detroit, MI – Outdoor Rock Fest. Headliner : Black Sabbath with Savage Grace, The Siegel-Schwall Blues Band, The Blues Project, Ted Nugent & The Amboy Dukes, Brownsville Station & more

August 1971
08/17/71 – Sunset Series On The Common, Boston Common at Boylston and Charles Streets, Boston, MA – Jay Geils joined the Allman Brothers Band on stage to play guitar on ‘Stormy Monday’ – w/ Wet Willy Band (Poster)
08/28/71 – Kiel Auditorium, St. Louis, MO – w/ Ten Years After (*)

September 1971
09/10/71 – Eastown Theatre Detroit MI – opened for Chuck Berry with The Woolies
09/11/71 – Eastown Theatre Detroit MI – opened for Chuck Berry with The Woolies
09/24/71 – C. W. Post College Dome Auditorium, Brookville, NY – w/ Al Kooper, John Baldry (*) (Poster)

October 1971
10/02/71 – War Memorial Stadium, Buffalo, NY – w/ Blues Project, Taj Mahal, Sha Na Na (*)
10/06/71 – Colby College Wadsworth Gym, Waterville, ME – w/ John Hammond (*)
10/10/71 – Livingston Field, Denison University, Granville, OH – w/ Mountain (Cutting)
10/11/71 – St. John’s University – w/ Mountain & Mylon LeFevre
10/20/71 – Milwaukee Performing Arts Center, Milwaukee, WI – w/ It’s A Beautiful Day (*)
10/22/71 – San Antonio Municipal Auditorium, San Antonio, TX – w/ Traffic, Fairport Convention (*)
10/23/71 – Sam Houston Coliseum, Houston, TX – w/ Traffic, Fairport Convention (Flyer)
10/24/71 – Henry Levitt Arena, Wichita, KS – w/ Traffic, Fairport Convention (Poster)
10/27/71 – Atlanta Municipal Auditorium, Atlanta, GA – opened for Mountain
10/29/71 – Sunya Campus Center Ballroom, Albany NY (Cutting)
10/30/71 – The Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA – w/ Ten Years After, Tucky Buzzard (Poster) (Cutting)
10/31/71 – Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY (*)

November 1971
11/01/71 – Palace Theatre, Waterbury, CT – w/ Yes (*)
11/03/71 – The Music Hall, Boston. Benefit concert for St. Jude’s Hospital. Organised by WMEX.1510 Boston Radio - w/ Lighthouse, Fleetwood Mac. The J. Geils Band were enlisted to top the bill after Deep Purple cancel because of Ian Gillan contracting hepatitis and jaundice. Lighthouse replace Daddy Cool. (Photos from a WMEX Chart Update Flyer) (PDF)
11/05/71 – The Warehouse, New Orleans, LA – w/ Procul Harum (*)
11/09/71 – San Diego Sports Arena, San Diego, CA – w/ Ten Years After, Yes (*)
11/11/71 – The Forum, Inglewood, CA – Ten Years After w/ J. Geils Band and introducing Yes
11/16/71 – Denver Coliseum, Denver, CO – w/ Ten Years After (*)
11/19/71 – Winterland, San Francisco, CA – w/ Buddy Miles (HL), Commander Cody & His Lost Planet Airmen
11/20/71 – Winterland, San Francisco, CA – w/ Buddy Miles (HL), Commander Cody & His Lost Planet Airmen
11/21/71 – Cobo Arena, Detroit, MI – opened for Ten Years After with Curved Air
11/22/71 – Dane County Coliseum, Madison, WI – w/ Ten Years After (*)
11/25/71 – Madison Square Garden – New York, NY – opened for Emerson, Lake & Palmer (Ticket)
11/26/71 – Civic Arena, Pittsburgh, PA – w/ Emerson, Lake & Palmer (*)

December 1971
12/03/71 – Mt. Holyoke College Auditorium, South Hadley, MA (*)
12/04/71 – Hudson Valley Community College, Troy, NY – w/ Allman Brothers Band, NRBQ (*)
12/05/71 – Salem Civic Center, Salem, VA – w/ Allman Brothers Band (*)
12/09-10/71 – Eastown Theatre, Detroit MI – w/ Humble Pie & Früt of the Loom
12/11/71 – The Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA – w/ Humble Pie, King Crimson (*)
12/13/71 – Meehan Auditorium, Brown University – Providence, Rhode Island – Support to Yes – w/ Egg Brothers
12/16/71 – Capitol Theatre, 326 Monroe Street, Passaic, NJ – w/ Humble Pie (Cutting)
12/18/71 – Long Beach Arena – Long Beach – w/ Mountain, Sweathog
12/19/71 – Winterland – San Francisco, CA – w/ Kimberley, Mountain, Sweathog
12/20/71 – Swing Auditorium, San Bernardino, CA – w/ Mountain (*)
12/27/71 – Civic Arena, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – w/ Alice Cooper, Bloodrock
12/29/71 – Cleveland Public Hall, Cleveland, OH – w/ Alice Cooper, Sha Na Na (*)
12/31/71 – Montreal Forum – Montreal, Canada – w/ Mountain, Sha Na Na, Mashmakhan, Supa’s Jamboree and Rita Coolidge (Cutting)

January 1972
01/08/72 – American Bandstand – TV show – they performed ‘Looking For A Love’

Last week, Alice Cooper into Boston for a day of festivities They started with a press party at the Sheraton, where Alice revealed himself to be very friendly, a Budweiser freak, and a Burt Bacharach fan; carried through a typically insane gig a the Orpheum into the wee hours of the morning. The after performance party featured most of the Boston' music hierarchy, with the likes of Livingston Taylor and J. Geils' drummer, Steve Bladd, appearing.

01/20/72 – University Of North Carolina at Charlotte, Charlotte, NC – w/ Goose Creek Symphony (*)
01/21/72 – The Warehouse, 1820 Tchoupitoulas Street, New Orleans – w/ Sweathog
01/22/72 – Duke University Indoor Stadium, Durham, NC – w/ Edgar Winter’s White Trash (*)
01/27/72 – Embassy Hall – North Bergen, NJ – w/ Blues Project
01/28/72 – Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI – w/ Sweathog, The Whiz Kids (*)
01/29/72 – Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI – w/ Sweathog, The Whiz Kids (*)
01/30/72 – University of Toledo Fieldhouse, Toledo, OH – w/ Puzzle (*)

February 1972
02/05/72 – St. Joseph’s College Fieldhouse, Philadelphia, PA – w/ Edgar Winter (*)
02/10/72 – Univ. of Maryland Ritchie Coliseum, College Park, MD – w/ Brother Luturn (*)
02/11/72 – Wilmington Armoury – Wilmington, DE – w/ King Crimson (King Crimson concert review)
02/13/72 – University of Maine Portland-Gorham, Gorham, ME – w/ Neil Young & Crazy Horse (*)
02/17/72 – High Point College, High Point, NC (*)
02/18/72 – Academy of Music – New York, NY – Billy Joel opened, then Captain Beefheart played. The Capt. was booed offstage after one or two songs by the Geils fans Thanks to ‘Better Days’ for more info about this date: 02/18/72 – Academy of Music – New York, NY – Billy Joel opened, then Captain Beefheart played. The Capt. was booed offstage after one or two songs by the Geils fans" I was there. It was Billy Joel who was almost booed off the stage. The only thing that prevented it was his imitation of Joe Cocker. Joel was just about an unknown at that time. Beefheart did a full set. Like me, there were many there to see him and we gave him a lot of support. He did a GREAT show. There were some boos from J. Giles fans, but they had no impact.
02/19/72 – Fairleigh Dickinson University, Madison, NJ - w/ America (The band America didn't show because of a snowstorm that night) (*)
02/20/72 – Kleinhans Music Hall, Buffalo, NY – w/ Yes (*)
02/22/72 – Intermedia Studios – Boston, MA, USA – Half of the band guested on a Canned Heat radio show
02/24/72 – University of Vermont, Burlington, VT – w/ Yes
02/25/72 – Brown University Auditorium, Providence, RI – w/ Yes, The Egg Brothers (*)
02/26/72 – Colgate University, Hamilton, NY (*)
02/27/72 – Brockton High School, Brockton, MA (*)
02/28/72 – Kleinhans Music Hall, Buffalo, NY – w/ Yes, Parkside (Info) (*)

March 1972
03/01/72 – Rochester War Memorial, Rochester, NY – w/ Yes, Sweathog (*)
03/02/72 – Onondaga County War Memorial, Syracuse, NY – w/ Yes, Sweathog (*)
03/04/72 – McCarter Theatre, Princeton, NJ – w/ Billy Joel (*)
03/11/72 – Capitol Theatre – Passaic, NJ – With Edgar Winter and Rolf Kempf (Cutting)
03/11/72 – Bridgewater State College, Bridgewater, MA – Edgar Winter (J. Geils did not play, replaced by the Byrds) (*)
03/13/72 – University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH - Edgar Winter, The Joneses (*)
03/17/72 – Kingston Community Theatre, New York, NY – w/ Billy Joel (*)
03/18/72 – University of Rochester, Rochester, NY (*)
03/19/72 – Palace Theatre, Albany, NY – w/ Sweathog (*)
03/20/72 – New Haven Arena, New Haven, CT – w/ Humble Pie, Alexis Koerner
03/25/72 – Bangor Auditorium – Bangor, ME

April 1972
04/01/72 – Cleveland Public Hall, Cleveland, OH – w/ Humble Pie, Five Man Electrical Band (*)
04/02/72 – Hara Arena, Dayton, OH – w/ Humble Pie, Five Man Electrical Band (*)
04/03/72 – Manatí, PR – Mar Y Sol Pop Festival – w/ Alice Cooper, The Allman Brothers, B.B. King, Billy Joel, Brownsville Station, Dave Brubeck, Bloodrock, David Peel, Dr. John, Emerson Lake & Palmer, Faces, Fleetwood Mac, J. Geils Band, Goose Creek Symphony, Mahavishnu Orchestra, Malo, Herbie Mann, The Nitzinger Band with Bugs Henderson, Osibisa, Poco, Pot Liquor, Roberta Flack and Savoy Brown (Set-List + Audio)
04/11/72 – Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA – w/ Johnny Winter
04/14/72 – Winterland – San Francisco, CA – w/ Johnny Winter and Dreams
04/15/72 – Winterland – San Francisco, CA – w/ Johnny Winter and Dreams
04/21/72 – Cinderella Ballroom, Detroit, Michigan – w/ Dr. Hook, Stanley The Mad Hatter – Show recorded for the ‘Full House’ live album
04/22/72 – Cinderella Ballroom, Detroit, Michigan – w/ Dr. Hook, Stanley The Mad Hatter – Show recorded for the ‘Full House’ live album (Poster from The Gallery Of Arts on Facebook) (Poster)

May 1972
05/04/72 – Camden Festival, Round House, Chalk Farm, London NW1 – Festival ran from April 30th to May 6th – CANCELLED – An early magazine ad shows that the J. Geils Band were due to perform on May 4th (Cutting 01, Cutting 02)
05/05-07/72 – Bickershaw Festival, Bickershaw, UK – w/ The Grateful Dead, Family, Dion, Country Joe, Incredible String Band, Donovan, New Riders Of The Purple Sage, Sam Apple Pie, Linda Lewis, Joe’s Lights & McKendree Spring – CANCELLED –  The J Geils Band was listed on an early ad, but the band never played that festival (Cutting)
05/12/72 – Bridgewater State College, Bridgewater, MA – w/ Edgar Winter (J. Geils replaced by the Byrds)
05/27/72 – Arie Crown Theatre, Chicago, IL – w/ Edgar Winter (*)

June 1972
06/04/72 – Grugahalle, Essen, Germany – Opening for Emerson Lake & Palmer
06/05/72 – Halle Münsterland, Münster, Germany (*)
06/06/72 – Deutschlandhalle, Berlin, Germany – Opening for Emerson Lake & Palmer
06/07/72 – Musikhalle, Hamburg, Germany – Opening for Emerson Lake & Palmer
06/08/72 – Falkoner Theatre, Copenhagen, Denmark – Opening for Emerson Lake & Palmer
06/10/72 – Festhalle, Frankfurt, Germany – Opening for Emerson Lake & Palmer
06/12/72 – Wiener Stadthalle, Vienna, Austria – Opening for Emerson Lake & Palmer
06/24/72 – Mehrzweckhalle Wetzikon – Zurich, Switzerland – Opening for Emerson Lake & Palmer
06/27/72 – The Old Grey Whistle Test – BBC TV – w/ The Natural Acoustic Band – Unfortunately this edition of TOGWT no longer exists in the BBC archives
06/30/72 – The Lyceum Theatre, 21 Wellington Street, London, WC2E 7RQ, UK – w/ Brinsley Schwarz, Raymond Froggatt & Brewers Droop

July 1972
07/08/72 – Pocono International Raceway, Long Pond, PA – ‘Concert 10’ Festival – w/ Black Sabbath, Humble Pie, Three Dog Night, Emerson Lake And Palmer, The Faces, J. Geils Band, Badfinger, Cactus, Edgar Winter, Bull Angus Mother Night, Savoy Brown, Ground Hog, Claire Hamill & Ramatam
07/27/72 – Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, NY – Opening for black sabbath with Blue Oyster Cult
07/28/72 – Schaefer Music Festival, New York, NY – w/ Heads, Hands and Feet (*)
07/29/72 – Schaefer Music Festival, New York, NY – w/ Heads, Hands and Feet (*)
07/31/72 – Sam Houston Coliseum, Houston, TX – w/ Yes

August 1972
08/04/72 – Dillon Stadium, Hartford CT – w/ Alice Cooper, Dr John
08/05/72 – Akron, OH Akron Rubber Bowl – w/ Alice Cooper, Dr John) – Pete Wolf came out on a Harley-Davidson and parked it center stage (Info)
08/06/72 – Wildwood Convention Hall, Wildwood, NJ
08/10/72 – Roosevelt Stadium, Jersey City, NJ – w/ Alice Cooper, Ursa Major
08/16/72 – Gaelic Park, New York, NY – w/ Yes, Jo Jo Gunne (*)
08/26/72 – Asbury Park Convention Hall, NJ (Cutting)

September 1972
09/06/72 – SUNY Oneonta, Oneonta, NY (*)
09/15/72 – The Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA – w/ Slade (*)
09/16/72 – Academy of Music, New York City – w/ Slade, Peter Frampton’s Camel (Debut)
09/17/72 – RPI Armory, Troy, NY – w/ Mahavishnu Orchestra, Frampton’s Camel (*)
09/19/72 – Aquarius Theatre, Boston, MA (*)
09/22/72 – University Of Iowa Fieldhouse, Iowa City, IA – w/Peter Frampton and Albert King (Cutting)
09/23/72 – Arie Crown Theater, Chicago – w/ Ramatan, Peter Frampton (Thanks to Mike in the comments for this date)
09/28/72 – Onondaga War Memorial Arena, Syracuse, NY – w/ Ten Years After
09/30/72 – Baltimore Civic Center, Baltimore, MD – w/ Ten Years After

October 1972
10/02/72 – War Memorial Stadium, Buffalo, NY – w/ The Paul Butterfield Blues Band, Boz Scaggs, Taj Mahal, The Blues Project, Sha Na Na (*)
10/07/72 – Winterland, San Francisco, CA – w/ Frampton’s Camel (CANCELLED)
10/08/72 – Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA – w/ Frampton’s Camel (*)
10/14/72 – East Carolina University Minges Coliseum, Greenville, NC – w/ Frampton’s Camel
10/20/72 – Bloomsburg State College – Bloomsburg, PA – w/ Malo
10/23 to 30/72 – (Exact date unknown) DAR Constitution Hall, Washington, DC – w/ Grin
10/31/72 – Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, ON – w/ Yes (*)

November 1972
11/01/72 – Ottawa Civic Center, Ottawa, ON – w/ Yes (*)
11/03/72 – IMA Auditorium, Flint, MI – w/ Yes (*)
11/07/72 – Pittsburgh Civic Arena – Pittsburgh, PA – w/ Yes
11/12/72 – San Diego Stadium (KGB Charity Ball), San Diego, CA – w/ Quicksilver Messenger Service, Foghat, Dr. Hook and more
11/19/72 – Southeastern Mass. University Gym, North Dartmouth Campus, North Dartmouth, MA – w/ Ramatam
11/25/72 – Greenwich High School, Greenwich, Conn – w/ Hoodoo Rhythm Devils
11/26/72 – St. John’s University, New York, NY – w/ Tranquility (*)

December 1972
12/01/72 – Claremont Collage, Claremont CA - w/ The Eagles
12/02/72 – Hollywood Palladium, Hollywood, CA - w/ Edgar Winter Group
12/08/72 – Winterland – San Francisco, CA – Loggins & Messina, Tranquility and Casey Kelly
12/10/72 – Denver Coliseum, Denver, CO – w/ Mountain
12/12/72 – Fox Theatre – St. Louis, MO – w/ West, Bruce & Laing
12/13/72 – Ellis Auditorium North Hall, Memphis, TN – w/ West, Bruce & Laing
12/14/72 – Fox Theatre, Atlanta, GA – w/ Humble Pie (*)
12/15/72 – Hollywood Sportatorium, Hollywood, FL – w/ Humble Pie
12/16/72 – Orlando Sports Stadium – Orlando, FL – w/ Humble Pie
12/17/72 – Curtis Hixon Hall, Tampa, FL – w/ Humble Pie, Marc Benno (*) (Poster)
12/29/72 – Academy OF Music, New York City – Guests, B.B.King, Marc Benno

January 1973
01/09/73 – The Old Grey Whistle Test – BBC TV – 'Looking For A Love' & 'Floyd's Hotel'
01/11/73 – Mile End Sundown, London, UK – w/ Sam Apple Pie
01/14/73 – Hard Rock Concert Theatre, Greatstone Road, Stretford, Manchester, UK – w/ Sam Apple Pie (Ticket)
01/15/73 – Henley Top Rank Suite, Stoke-On-Trent, UK
01/17/73 – Portsmouth Polytechnic, Portsmouth, UK – w/ Sam Apple Pie
01/18/73 – Hard Rock – Bournemouth, UK – w/ Sam Apple Pie (Cutting)
01/19/73 – Colchester University, Essex, UK – w/ Sam Apple Pie
01/20/73 – Imperial College, London, SW7, UK – w/ Sam Apple Pie, Gasworks and Baby Whale (Cutting 01, Cutting 02)
01/21/73 – Southend Queens Hotel, Westcliffe-On-Sea, UK – w/ Sam Apple Pie (Cutting)
01/25/73 – Leeds Polytechnic, Leeds, UK – w/ Sam Apple Pie
01/26/73 – Oxford Polytechnic, Oxford, UK – w/ Sam Apple Pie
01/27/73 – Cambridge Corn Exchange, Cambridge, UK – w/ Sam Apple Pie
01/28/73 – Edmonton Sundown, Edmonton, London, UK – w/ Snake Eye, Roy Young Band, Sam Apple Pie and Sharks (Cutting)
01/29/73 – Bristol Colston Hall, Bristol, England, UK – w/ Sam Apple Pie

March 1973
03/03/73 – The Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA – Seatrain w/ The J. Geils Band and Mark Almond Band
03/04/73 – Catolic Youth Center, Wilkes-Barre, PA
03/05/73 – Kleinhans Music Hall, Buffalo, NY
03/07/73 – Panzer Gym, Montclair State Collage, Montclair, NJ - w/ Grin
03/08/73 – HersheyPark Arena, Hershey, PA – w/ Edgar Winter (*)
03/09/73 – Bowen Field House – Ypsilanti, MI – w/ Marc Almond Band & Focus
03/13/73 – Clarkson College Alumni Gym, Potsdam, NY – w/ Grin
03/14/73 – C. W. Post College Dome Auditorium, Brookville, NY – w/ Grin (*)
03/16-17/73 – The Kinetic Playground, Chicago – w/ Tranquility, Wilderness Road and Stoneground
03/18/73 – Hara Arena, Dayton, OH - w/ JO JO Gunne (*)
03/22/73 – Atlantic Christian College, Wilson, NC – w/ Grin
03/24/73 – The Warehouse, New Orleans, LA – w/ Grin (*)
03/29/73 – Western Illinois University, Macomb, IL (*)
03/31/73 – Curtis Hixon Hall, Tampa, FL – w/ Grin (Ticket)

April 1973
04/05/73 – Akron Civic Theatre, Akron, OH – w/ Tranquility, Featherstitch (*)
04/06/73 – Denison University, Granville, OH – w/ Tranquility
04/08/73 – Grand Valley State College Fieldhouse, Allendale, MI (*) (Flyer)
04/09/73 – Hillsdale College Fieldhouse, Hillsdale, MI (*)
04/10/73 – CMU Finch Fieldhouse, Mount Pleasant, MI – w/ Gentle Giant (*)
04/11/73 – Masonic Auditorium, Detroit, MI – Opener : Gentle Giant
04/12/73 – Pfeiffer University, Misenheimer, NC
04/13/73 – North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC
04/19/73 – Armadillo World Headquarters, Austin, TX – w/ Tranquility
04/20/73 – Armadillo World Headquarters, Austin, TX – w/ Tranquility
04/21/73 – Majestic Theater, San Antonio, TX – w/ Tranquility
04/22/73 – Houston Music Hall, Houston, TX (*)
04/26/73 – Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA (*)
04/28/72 – Memorial Coliseum, Portland, OR – Support to Loggins & Messina w/ Steeleye Span (Poster)  (*)
04/29/73 – San Diego Sports Arena, San Diego, CA

May 1973
05/04/73 – Academy of Music, New York, NY – w/ Frampton’s Camel (*)
05/05/73 – Academy of Music, New York, NY – w/ Frampton’s Camel (*)
05/11/73 – SUNY Cortland Lusk Fieldhouse, Cortland, NY – w/ Frampton’s Camel (*)
05/12/73 – Twin City Ballroom, 1016 Sherman Avenue, Elizabeth NJ – w/ Frampton’s Camel & Black Oak Arkansas
05/13/73 – Boston Music Hall, Boston MA
05/19/73 – Palace Concert Theater, Providence RI (More Info)
05/27/73 – “Raunch n’Roll Festival”, Tidewater Community College, Portsmouth, VA – w/ the Eagles, Black Oak Arkansas, Spooky Tooth and Backroad

June 1973
06/03/73 – Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, MD – w/ Black Oak Arkansas
06/22/73 – Milwaukee Auditorium, Milwaukee, WI – w/ James Gang, Climax Blues Band (*)
06/23/73 – St. Paul Civic Center Arena, St. Paul, Minneapolis, MN – w/ Mason Proffit
06/29/73 – Masonic Auditorium, Detroit, MI – w/ Jo Jo Gunne (*)
06/30/73 – Masonic Auditorium, Detroit, MI – w/ Jo Jo Gunne (*)

July 1973
07/01/73 – Masonic Auditorium, Detroit, MI – w/ Peter Frampton’s Camel (*)
07/06/73 – Dillon Stadium, Hartford, CT – w/ Humble Pie, Peter Frampton’s Camel (Poster)
07/07/73 – Greensboro Coliseum, Greensboro, NC – w/ Humble Pie (*) (Ticket & Cutting)
07/08/73 – Waterford Park, Chester, West Virginia (Music In The Hills) – w/ Humble Pie, Black Oak Arkansas & Frampton’s Camel
07/21/73 – Asbury Park Convention Hall – Asbury Park, NJ - w/ John Davis & Jesse Graves
07/22/73 – Singer Bowl, New York, NY – w/ Black Oak Arkansas (Thanks to Dave Morrell for the date)
07/23/73 – Schaefer Stadium, Foxboro, MA – w/ Mahavishnu Orchestra
07/27/73 – Sportsdrome, Jeffersonville, Indiana - w/ Peter Frampton and The Mahavishnu Orchestra
07/28/73 – Hara Arena, Dayton, OH - w/ Frampton’s Camel (*)

August 1973
08/03/73 – Charlotte Coliseum in Charlotte, NC – w/ Blue Oyster Cult, Brownsville Station
08/04/73 – West Palm Beach Auditorium, West Palm Beach, FL
08/05/73 – Curtis Hixon Hall, Tampa, FL – w/ Marshall Tucker Band (*)

September 1973
09/13/73 – Dallas Memorial Auditorium, Dallas, TX – w/ Mark-Almond Band (*)
09/15/73 – Crystal Palace Bowl, London, UK – w/ Beck, Bogert & Appice and Lou Reed – Not sure if the band actually played this date (Trade Advert 01, Trade Advert 02)
09/21/73 – San Antonio Municipal Auditorium, San Antonio, TX – w/ Mark-Almond Band (*)
09/23/73 – Dallas Memorial Auditorium, Dallas, TX – w/ Mark-Almond Band (*)
09/26/73 – Memorial Hall, Kansas City, KS – w/ Mark-Almond Band (*)
09/28/73 – Barton Coliseum, Little Rock, AR (*)
09/30/73 – Indiana University, Bloomington, IN – w/ Mark-Almond Band, The Strawbs (*)

October 1973
10/02/73 – Kiel Auditorium, St. Louis, MO – w/ Slade (*)
10/04/73 – Cobo Arena, Detroit, MI – w/ Mark-Almond Band (*)
10/05/73 – Louisville Convention Center, Louisville, KY - w/ Joe Walsh, Back Door (*)
10/06/73 – West Virginia University Coliseum, Morgantown, WV (*)
10/11/73 – PNE Garden Auditorium Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
10/12/73 – Paramount Northwest (Seattle), Seattle, WA (*)
10/12/73 – Paramount Northwest (Portland), Portland, OR (*)

10/14/73 – Honolulu International Center, Honolulu, HI (now the Neal S. Blaisdell Arena)
10/19-20/73 – Winterland, San Francisco, CA – w/ Slade, Back Door
10/21/73 – Long Beach Arena, Long Beach, CA – w/ Slade, Spooky Tooth
10/23/73 – Selland Arena, Fresno, CA (*)
10/24/73 – Phoenix Celebrity Theatre, Phoenix, AZ – w/ Back Door
10/27/73 – New Orleans Municipal Auditorium, New Orleans, LA (*)
10/28/73 – Georgia Tech Alexander Coliseum, Atlanta, GA – w/ Foghat

November 1973
11/02/73 – Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA – w/ Foghat
11/03/73 – Elmira College, Elmira, NY (*) - w/ Back Door
11/05/73 – Boston Garden, Boston, MA (Cutting)
11/06/73 – New Haven Coliseum, New Haven, CT (*)
11/08/73 – Civic Arena, Pittsburgh, PA - w/ John Mayall, Back Door
11/09/73 – Charleston Civic Center, 200 Civic Center Drive, Charleston, WV – w/ Marshall Tucker
11/10/73 – Salem Civic Center, Salem, VA – w/ Marshall Tucker (*)
11/16/73 – Littlejohn Coliseum, Clemson, SC – w/ Focus (*)
11/18/73 – Greensboro Coliseum, Greensboro, NC – w/ Brownsville Station
11/24/73 – Birmingham Municipal Auditorium, Birmingham, Alabama
11/30/73 – Madison Square Garden, New York, NY – w/ Brownsville Station (*)

December 1973
12/08/73 – Savannah Civic Center, Savannah, GA – w/ Foghat, Spooky Tooth
12/10/73 – Xavier University, Cincinnati – w/ Foghat (Ticket)
12/12/73 – Hershey Park Arena, Hershey, PA – w/ Foghat
12/13/73 – Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, NY – w/ Foghat, ELP
12/14/73 – Rochester Dome Arena, Rochester, NY – w/ Foghat
12/15/73 – Cleveland Public Hall, Cleveland, OH – w/ Foghat, Ronnie Montrose
12/21/73 – Spectrum – Philadelphia, PA – The 1st Annual Xmas Boston Boogie!. Thanks to Chuck from Philly

January 1974
01/13/74 – Civic Center, Charleston, WV – w/ Johnny Winter and Brownsville Station
01/20/74 – Baltimore Civic Center, Baltimore, MD – w/ Jo Jo Gunne
01/26/74 – Onondaga County War Memorial, Syracuse, NY – w/ Canned Heat (*)

February 1974
02/01/74 – Notre Dame University – South Bend, IN – w/ The Extremes
02/07/74Peter Wolf is a guest on WABX Radio with DJ Paul Greiner “Motor area rock and roll maniacs got a taste of what was in store on Feb. 7 when Peter Wolf, lead vocalist for the Geils Band turned up at the WABX studios for a half hour of jiving, yelling and carrying on with DJ Paul Greiner, while running thru a series of black root music (Fats Domino, Little Richard, Arthur Conley…) and preparing everyone for the next two nights.”
02/08/74 – Cobo Arena, Detroit, MI – w/ Montrose (*)
02/09/74 – Cobo Arena, Detroit, MI – w/ Montrose and Brownsville Station (*)
02/16/74 – Ohio University Convocation Center, Athens, OH (*)

March 1974
03/22/74 – Niagara Falls Convention Center, Niagara Falls, NY
03/23/74 – Fieldhouse Ice Arena, Plattsburgh (NY) University, part of the State University of New York – w/ Grin (Flyer)
03/24/74 – Bangor Auditorium, Bangor, ME – w/ Redbone (*)
03/30/74 – St. Paul Civic Center Arena, St. Paul, MN – w/ Rory Gallagher, Gypsy (with Bill Lordan of Robin Trower fame, playing drums), and the Charlie Daniels Band. Gypsy had terrible problems with their sound system (*)
03/31/74 – Duluth Arena, Duluth, MN

April 1974
04/03/74 – Pershing Center, Lincoln, NE - w/ Jo Jo Gunne (*)
04/05/74 – (Sycamore Showcase Presents) Hullman Civic University Center, Indiana State University, Terre Haute, IN – w/ The James Gang, Maggie Bell (*) (Flyer)
04/06/74 – Southern Illinois University Arena, Carbondale, IL (*)
04/07/74 – Convention Center, Louisville – w/ Foghat (Cutting)
04/10/74 – Crisler Arena, Ann Arbor, MI – w/ Nils Lofgren, The Rockets (*) (Cutting 01, Cutting 02)
04/13/74 – University of Illinois Assembly Hall, Champaign, IL – w/ Left End (*)
04/16/74 – Springfield Civic Center, Springfield, MA (*)
04/20/74 – Hirsch Memorial Coliseum, Shreveport, LA - w/ Foghat (*)
04/23/74 – Omni – Atlanta, GA – w/ Poco (*)
04/26/74 – Cincinnati Gardens, Cincinnati, OH – w/ Lynyrd Skynyrd (*)
04/27/74 – Toledo Sports Arena, Toledo, OH – w/ Peter Frampton (*)
04/28/74 – Kent State University Gym, Kent, OH – w/ Peter Frampton
04/29/74 – MSU Jenison Fieldhouse, East Lansing, MI – w/ Climax Blues Band
04/30/74 – IMA Sports Arena, Flint, MI - w/ Frampton's Camel (*)

May 1974
05/01/74 – Univ. of North Carolina Navy Field, Chapel Hill, NC – w/ Muddy Waters, Alex Taylor, Allman Brothers (*)
05/03/74 – West Palm Beach Auditorium, West Palm Beach, FL – w/ Golden Earring
05/04/74 – Curtis Hixon Hall, Tampa, FL – w/ Golden Earring
05/05/74 – Miami Jai-Alai Fronton, Miami, Florida – w/ Golden Earring

July 1974
07/06/74 – Convention hall – Asbury park, NJ – 2 shows played that night – w/ Premiata Forneria Marconi (*) (Cutting)
07/08/74 – Cape Cod Coliseum – South Yarmouth, MA
07/10/74 – SIU Edwardsville, Edwardsville, IL – (Mississippi River Festival) (*)
07/13/74 – Forum – Los Angeles, CA Forum – w/ Peter Frampton and Premiata Forneria Marconi
07/16/74 – San Diego Sports Arena, San Diego, CA – w/ Peter Frampton (*)

August 1974
08/09/74 – Providence Civic Center – w/ Peter Frampton & PFM (More Info)
08/10/74 – Baltimore Civic Center, Baltimore, MD – w/ Little Feat
08/16/74 – Onondaga County War Memorial, Syracuse, NY – w/ PFM (*)
08/17/74 – Providence Civic Center, Providence, RI – w/ Peter Frampton, Premiata Forneria Marconi (*)
08/24/74 – Orange Bowl – Miami, FL (opening with Elf for Deep Purple)
08/29/74 – Arrowhead Stadium – Kansas City, MO (J. Geils Band and Elf support to Deep Purple)
08/30/74 – Astrodome – Houston, TX – (J. Geils Band and Elf support to Deep Purple)

September 1974
09/06/74 – Moncton Coliseum, New Brunswick, Canada – w/ Soma
09/14/74 – Capitol Theatre, Passaic, NJ – w/ Little Feat
09/15/74 – Memorial Auditorium – Buffalo, NY
09/18/74 – WMU Read Fieldhouse, Kalamazoo, MI – w/ Jr. Walker and the All-Stars (Cutting)
09/21/74 – Illinois State Univ. Horton Fieldhouse, Normal, IL – w/ Larry Raspberry & the Highsteppers
09/22/74 – UWSP Quandt Gymnasium, UWSP Quandt Gymnasium (*)
09/28/74 – Broome County Veterans Arena, Binghamton, NY – w/ Montrose (*)
09/29/74 – Erie County Fieldhouse, Erie, PA – w/ Montrose, Focus (*)

October 1974
10/05/74 – Rockland Community College, 145 College Road # 6302, Suffern, NY, USA
10/18/74 – Freedom Hall Civic Center, Johnson City, Tennessee – w/ REO Speedwagon, Little Feat (Cutting)
10/31/74 – Indiana State Fairgrounds Coliseum, Indianapolis, IN – w/ Golden Earring (*)

November 1974
11/02/74 – St. John Arena, Columbus, OH – w/ Mountain
11/03/74 – Cobo Arena, Detroit, MI – w/ Golden Earring, Mountain
11/04/74 – Cobo Arena, Detroit, MI – w/ Gentle Giant, Mountain
11/09/74 – The Warehouse, New Orleans, LA – w/ Metroplex (*)
11/14/74 – Sam Houston Coliseum, Houston, Texas – w/ Foghat, Focus (Cutting)
11/16/74 – Tarrant County Convention Center, Ft. Worth, TX – w/ Foghat (and Montrose or Focus)
11/18/74 – San Antonio Municipal Auditorium, San Antonio, TX – w/ Foghat Foghat, Montrose (*)
11/22/74 – El Paso County Coliseum, El Paso, TX – w/ Brownsville Station and Stray Dog
11/30/74 – Palace Theatre – Albany, NY

December 1974
12/05/74 – Capital Centre – Landover, MD – w/ Mountain and Stray Dog
12/13/74 – Greensboro Coliseum, Greensboro, NC (*)
12/14/74 – Charleston Civic Center, Charleston, WV – w/ Joe Cocker (*)
12/21/74 – The Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA – w/ Manfred Mann, Sensational Alex Harvey Band

January 1975
01/16/75 – Sports Arena -Toledo, OH – w/ Eric Burdon
01/17/75 – Kentucky Convention Center, Louisville, KY
01/22/75 – Forum – Montréal, Canada
01/24/75 – Academy of Music NY, NY - w/ Duke And The Drivers
01/27/75 – Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, ON (*)
01/29/75 – Memorial Auditorium – Utica, New York – w/ Gentle Giant

February 1975
02/09/75 – University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH (*)
02/18/75 – Tucson Community Center Arena, Tucson, AZ – w/ Commander Cody
02/19/75 – Sacramento Memorial Auditorium, Sacramento, CA – w/ John Entwistle’s Ox, Joe Vitale
02/20/75 – The Warnors Theatre, Fresno, California w/ Journey (Poster)
02/22-23/75 – Winterland – San Francisco, CA – w/ John Entwistle’s Ox, Joe Vitale’s Madmen
02/26/75 – Long Beach Arena – Long Beach, CA – w/ John Entwistle’s Ox, Joe Vitale’s Madmen

March 1975
03/21/75 – UWO Kolf Sports Center, Oshkosh, WI – w/ James Cotton (*)
03/22/75 – MECCA Arena, Milwaukee, WI – w/ John Entwistle’s Ox, James Cotton (and Slade?)
03/23/75 – Dane County Coliseum, Madison, WI – w/ The James Gang
03/25/75 – Mary E. Sawyer Auditorium, La Crosse, WI – w/ Joe Vitale’s Madmen
03/27/75 – Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Cedar Rapids, IA (*)

April 1975
04/05/75 – Trenton War Memorial, Trenton, NJ – w/ Joe Vitale’s Madmen (*)
04/06/75 – Monroe County Dome Arena, Henrietta, NY (*)

May 1975
05/02/75 – West Palm Beach Auditorium, West Palm Beach, FL – w/ Styx
05/03/75 – Lakeland Civic Center – Lakeland, FL – w/ Styx, John Esak

June 1975
06/14/75 – Cleveland Municipal Stadium, Cleveland, OH – w/ The Rolling Stones, Tower of Power, Joe Vitale (*)

July 1975
07/04/75 – Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium, Memphis, TN – Support to The Rolling Stones w/ Charlie Daniels Band, The Meters, Furry Lewis Tee-Shirt by ‘birch’ from memphis on flickr. (Tee-Shirt)
07/05/75 – City Park Stadium, New Orleans, LA – w/ Black Oak Arkansas, Peter Frampton, Montrose (*)
07/12/75 – Summerfest, Rich Stadium, Orchard Park, NY – w/ Yes, Johnny Winter, Ace
07/13/75 – Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Saratoga Springs, NY – w/ Muddy Waters (*)
07/27/75 – Seattle Memorial Stadium, Seattle, WA – w/ Charlie Daniels Band, Bob Seger, BTO

August 1975
08/02/75 – Gator Bowl Stadium, Jacksonville, FL – w/ The Rolling Stones, Atlanta Rhythm Section, Rufus (*)
08/10/75 – Place Des Nations – Montreal, Canada (open air show)
08/13/75 – Central Park (Schaefer Music Festival), New York, NY – w/ Ruby Starr, Roomful of Blues
08/15/75 – Providence Civic Center, Providence, RI – w/ Peter Frampton, Ruby Starr (More Info)
08/16/75 – Calderone Concert Hall – Hempstead, NY – w/ Ruby Starr
08/30/75 – Aquanaut Plateau (Ohio River Jam), Steubenville, OH – w/ Black Oak Arkansas, Peter Frampton, Ambrosia (*)

September 1975
09/01/75 – Maple Leaf Gardens – Toronto, Ontario, Canada – w/ Jefferson Starship, Gentle Giant – Info: Magic Dick on the lickin’s stick along with Peter Wolf’s singing and moves… J. Geils Band stole the show hands down. Rain caused a change of venues from Varsity Stadium to Maple Leaf Gardens
09/26/75 – Orrie de Nooyer Auditorium (Hackensack, NJ)
09/27/75 – Capitol Theatre, Passaic, NJ – w/ Gary Wright

October 1975
10/04/75 – University of Notre Dame, South Bend, IN – w/ Rod Stewart and Faces, Mike Henderson (*)
10/09/75 – Lakeview Arena, Marquette, MI (*)
10/10/75 – Aragon Ballroom, Chicago – w/ UFO (*)
10/11/75 – RKO Orpheum Theatre, Davenport, IA – w/ UFO (*)
10/12/75 – Grand Valley State College Fieldhouse, Allendale, MI – w/ UFO
10/17/75 – St. Paul Civic Center Arena, St. Paul, MN – w/ Peter Frampton, Ruby Starr (*)
10/18/75 – North Dakota State University, Fargo, ND – w/ Peter Frampton, Ruby Starr (*)
10/24/75 – Augusta Civic Center, Augusta, ME – w/ Little Feat (*)
10/25/75 – Moncton Coliseum, Moncton, NB – w/ Horse (*)
10/31/75 – The Midnight Special – TV show (Air Date) – They performed ‘Love Itis’, ‘Orange Driver’ and ‘Give It To Me’
10/31/75 – King’s College, Wilkes-Barre, PA – w/ Starry Eyed and Laughing (*) (Poster)

November 1975
11/04/75 – Veterans Memorial Auditorium, Columbus, OH
11/05/75 – Freedom Hall, Johnson City, Tennessee – w/ Edgar Winter Group, Rick Derringer & Climax Blues Band
11/07/75 – Capital Centre – Landover, MD – w/ Peter Frampton
11/14/75 – Onondaga County War Memorial, Syracuse, NY – w/ Peter Frampton (*)
11/15/75 – Boston, MA, USA – Boston Garden – Show recorded for the ‘Blow Your Face Out’ live album – w/ Poco
11/19/75 – Detroit, MI, USA – Cobo Arena – Show recorded for the ‘Blow Your Face Out’ live album
11/22/75 – Broome County Veterans Arena, Binghamton, NY
11/28/75 – Civic Arena, Pittsburgh, PA – w/ Manfred Mann’s Earth Band, Gary Wright (*)
11/29/75 – Cobo Hall, Detroit, MI – w/ Gary Wright (Cutting 01, Cutting 02)
11/30/75 – Cincinnati Riverfront Coliseum (U.S. Bank Arena), Cincinnati,OH – w/ Kansas & The Edgar Winter Group

December 1975
12/01/75 – Public Hall, Cleveland, Ohio, USA – w/ Climax Blues Band (Opening Act) & The Edgar Winter Group
12/05/75 – Charleston Civic Center, Charleston, WV – w/ Manfred Mann’s Earth Band, Edgar Winter Group (*)
12/12/75 – West Palm Beach Auditorium, West Palm Beach, FL – w/ Peter Frampton, Gary Wright
12/13/75 – Bayfront Center, St. Petersburg, FL – w/ Peter Frampton, Gary Wright
12/29/75 – The Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA – w/ Johnny’s Dance Band, Sam and Dave (*) (Cutting)

January 1976
01/09/76 – Hara Arena, Dayton, OH - w/ REO Speedwagon
01/10/76 – Toledo Sports Arena, Toledo, OH – w/ Brownsville Station
01/14/76 – San Diego Sports Arena – San Diego, CA, USA – w/ Foghat, Head East
01/16/76 – Winterland – San Francisco, CA, USA – w/ Foghat, Head East
01/17/76 – Winterland – San Francisco, CA, USA – w/ Foghat, Head East
01/18/76 – UCLA Pauley Pavilion, Los Angeles, CA – w/ Head East, Gary Wright (*)
01/21/76 – Memorial Coliseum – Portland, OR, USA – w/ Foghat, Head East
01/22/76 – Seattle Center Arena – Seattle, WA, USA – w/ Foghat, Head East (Video)
01/23/76 – Gold Creek Park, Woodinville, WA – w/ Head East (The Gold Creek venue is confirmed by various sources so the ticket with the PNE Garden Auditorium Vancouver venue could be miss-printed or a cancellation) (Ticket)
01/24/76 – The Gardens at the Pacific National Exhibition (PNE) grounds – Vancouver, Canada

February 1976
02/05/76 – Sam Houston Coliseum – Houston, TX, USA – w/ Foghat, Head East (Poster)
02/06/76 – Memorial Auditorium – Dallas, TX, USA – w/ Foghat, Head East
02/07/76 – San Antonio Municipal Auditorium, San Antonio, TX
02/08/76 – Tulsa Fairgrounds Pavilion, Tulsa, OK – w/ Foghat, Head East
02/14/76 – The Warehouse, New Orleans, LA – w/ Blackfoot (*)

April 1976
04/06/76 – Springfield Civic Center, Springfield, MA – w/ Peter Frampton (*)
04/07/76 – Buffalo Memorial Auditorium, Buffalo, New York – w/ Peter Frampton
04/08/76 – Proctor’s Theatre – Troy, NY – w/ the Pousette Dart Band (Poster)
04/10/76 – AU Woods-Brown Amphitheatre, Washington, DC – w/ Stanky Brown (*)
04/17/76 – Youngstown State University Beeghly Center, Youngstown, OH
04/18/76 – I.M.A. Auditorium, Flint, MI (Ticket)
04/25/76 – JFK Memorial Coliseum, Manchester, NH – w/ Styx (*) (Ticket)
04/28/76 – Boston Garden – Boston, MA – Headliner – J Geils Band Day” Award Presentation (Thanks to George Corneliussen for the audio clip) (Audio)

May 1976
05/02/76 – URI Meade Field (Springfest ’76), Kingston, RI – w/ Poppa John Creach, B.B. King, Sonny Terry & Brownie Mcghee
05/07/76 – Calderone Concert Hall, Hempstead, NY
05/14/76 – Indiana Convention Center, Indianapolis, IN – w/ Lynyrd Skynyrd, The Outlaws (*)
05/15/76 – Kent State University Commons, Kent, OH – w/ The Outlaws, Michael Stanley, Earl Slick, Livingston Taylor (*) This was a free concert, there were no tickets printed and it was not advertised because they tried to make it only for Kent State students. The show was to commemorate the Kent State shootings

June 1976
06/04/76 – Starlight Amphitheatre, Burbank, CA – w/ Mahogany Rush
06/06/76 – Days On The Green Summer Concerts (June, 3-6) – Oakland Stadium – Oakland, CA – Day 4 – w/ Jeff Beck & Jan Hammer, Blue Oyster Cult, Mahogany Rush and Sammy Hagar – Peter Frampton joined the band on stage for one or more songs
06/11/76 – Cobo Arena, Detroit, MI – w/ New York Dolls
06/13/76 – Wendler Arena, Saginaw, MI – w/ Starcastle
06/26/76 – Tampa Stadium, Tampa, FL – w/ Yes, Charlie Daniels, Pousette-Dart Band

July 1976
07/02/76 – Wollman Theater Central Park, New York, NY
07/10/76 – Roosevelt Stadium – Jersey City, NJ – opening for KISS w/ Bob Seger, Point Blank
07/16/76 – Colt Park, Hartford, CT – w/ Jethro Tull, Mike Springfield (*)
07/17/76 – Tulane Stadium, New Orleans, LA – w/ ZZ Top (*)
07/21/76 – Duluth Arena, Duluth, MN – opened for ZZ Top’s ‘World Wide Texas Tour ‘ Thanks to http://attic.areavoices.com/
07/23/76 – MECCA Arena, Milwaukee, WI – w/ opened for ZZ Top’s ‘World Wide Texas Tour ‘
07/10/76 – New Jersey Roosevelt Stadium – Jersey City, USA – Opening for Kiss w/ Bob Seger & the Silver Bullet Band, Point Blank
07/16/76 – Colt Park – Hartford, CT – opening for Jethro Tull
07/31/76 – Cape Cod Coliseum, South Yarmouth, MA – w/ Duke & The Drivers and Nils Lofgren

August 1976
08/27/76 – Holman Stadium, Nashua, NH – w/ Cate Brothers, Maze (*)
08/28/76 – The Mosquito Dam Jam, Warren & Cortland, Ohio, Mosquito Lake – w/Blue Oyster Cult, Bob Seger and Starz (Info)
08/29/76 – Shenandoah Downs Racetrack, Charles Town, WV – w/ Atlanta Rhythm Section, Mahogany Rush (Flyer, Ticket)

September 1976
09/06/76 – Nelson Ledges Raceway, Garrettsville, OH – w/ Steve Miller, ELO, Heart, Elvin Bishop
09/18/76 – Brooklyn Museum, New York, NY – Band plays a wedding reception at museum

October 1976
10/22/76 – Island Music Center, Long Island Arena, Commack, NY – Support to Blue Oyster Cult – w/ Styx
10/23/76 – Providence Civic Center, Providence, RI – w/ Blue Oyster Cult, Mother’s Finest (*)

November 1976
11/05/76 – Williams College Chapin Hall, Williamstown, MA
11/19/76 – Wings Stadium, Kalamazoo, MI – w/ The James Gang (*)
11/22/76 – Clarkson College Alumni Gym, Potsdam, NY – w/ Dwight Twilley Band

February 1977
02/22/77 – Orpheum/Aquarius Theater, Boston, MA – guest : Marc Almond Band (Poster)

March 1977
03/17/77 – Las Vegas, NV

May 1977
05/07/77 – Calderone Concert Hall, Hempstead, NY
05/19/77 – Freedom Hall Civic Center, Johnson City, TN – w/ Peter Frampton & Foghat
05/24/77 – Von Braun Civic Center, Huntsville, AL – w/ Foghat & Mother’s Finest (*)
05/25/77 – Montgomery Civic Center, Montgomery, AL – w/ Foghat & Mother’s Finest (*)
05/30/77 – Lakeview Arena, Marquette, MI – w/ ELP & Foghat (*)

June 1977
06/02/77 – Palace Theater Waterbury, Conn. – headliner
06/04/77 – Soldier Field, Chicago, IL – w/ ELP, Foghat & Climax Blues Band (*)
06/05/77 – Titan Stadium, University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, Oshkosh, WI – w/ Doug Kershaw, Muddy Waters, Chilliwack and POCO
06/11/77 – JFK Stadium – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – w/ Peter Frampton, Lynyrd Skynyrd and Dicky Betts & Great Southern – Attendance: 91,030, Gross: $913,610
06/18/77 – Pontiac Silverdome, Pontiac, MI – w/ Peter Frampton, Steve Miller Band, The Romantics
06/24/77 – Palace Theatre, Waterbury, CT - w/ The Cars
06/25/77 – Cap Cod Coliseum, South Yarmouth, MA – Guests Brian Ferry, The Cars (Cutting)
06/27/77 – Kingdome, Seattle, WA – w/ Peter Frampton, Foghat, Blondie Chaplin
06/30/77 – Portland Memorial Coliseum, Portland, OR – w/ Peter Frampton (*)

July 1977
07/04/77 – Aladdin Theatre – Las Vegas, NV – w/ Foghat and Rough Diamond
07/06/77 – Anaheim Stadium – Anaheim, CA. – opened for Peter Frampton with Foghat and Rick Derringer
07/07/77 – San Diego Sports Arena, San Diego, CA – opening for Peter Frampton
07/09/77 – Phoenix Veterans Memorial Coliseum – Phoenix, Arizona – opening for P. Frampton
07/15/77 – Lebanon Valley Speedway, Albany, NY – w/ Blue Oyster Cult, Black Oak Arkansas, The Dictators (*)
07/20/77 – Mesker Music Theatre, Evansville, IN – w/ Journey (*)
07/22/77 – Saint Paul Civic Center Arena – w/ Head East, Coal Kitchen (*)
07/23/77 – Riverside Theatre, Milwaukee, WI (*)

August 1977
08/06/77 – Cleveland Stadium – w/Rick Derringer, Bob Seger and headliner Peter Frampton (Info)
08/11/77 – Dane County Exposition Center, Madison, WI – w/ Peter Frampton
08/16/77 – Le Forum – Montreal, Canada – opening for Peter Frampton
08/20/77 – Rich Stadium, Orchard Park, NY – w/ Yes, Bob Seger, Donovan
08/24/77 – Toledo Sports Arena, Toledo, OH (*)
08/26/77 – Hara Arena, Dayton – w/ Johnny Winter and 38 Special
08/28/77 – Merriweather Post Pavilion – Columbia, MD

September 1977
09/03/77 – Miami Baseball Stadium, Miami, FL – w/ Peter Frampton, Derringer (*)
09/04/77 – Tangerine Bowl – Orlando, FL – w/ Peter Frampton, Kansas, Derringer
09/20-21/77 – Boston Music Hall, Boston, MA (Cutting)
09/24/77 – Cobo Arena, Detroit, MI – w/ Derringer and Ted Lucas (*)
09/25/77 – Riverfront Coliseum, Cincinnati, OH – w/ The Outlaws, Mylon LeFevre (*)
09/28/77 – Kiel Opera House, St. Louis, MO – w/ Rare Earth (*)
09/30/77 – The Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA – w/ The Outlaws, Target (*)

October 1977
10/01/77 – Palladium- New York City (Cutting)
10/07/77 – Springfield Civic Center – Springfield, MA
10/08-09/77 – Leroy Concert Theatre, Pawtucket, Rhode Island (Cutting)
10/11/77 – Metro Theatre – Lansing, MI
10/27/77 – Paramount Northwest Theatre, Seattle, WA – w/ Tom Petty (*)
10/28/77 – Paramount Theatre, Portland, OR – w/ Tom Petty (*)
10/29/77 – Yakima Valley Community College, Yakima, WA – w/ Tom Petty (*)
10/30/77 – Eastern Washington St. College, Cheney, WA – w/ Tom Petty

November 1977
11/01/77 – Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium, Santa Cruz – w/ Fat Chance
11/05/77 – Winterland Arena, San Francisco, CA – – w/ Robert Gordon, Link Wray and Head East
11/06/77 – Sacramento Memorial Auditorium – w/ Head East
11/09/77 – Tucson Community Center – w/ Sammy Hagar special guest
11/11/77 – Long Beach Arena, Long Beach, CA, USA w/ Sammy Hagar, Head East
11/15/77 – Houston Music Hall, Texas, USA – w/ Eddie Money
11/16/77 – Corpus Christi Memorial Coliseum, Corpus Christi, TX – w/ Eddie Money
11/18/77 – San Antonio Municipal Auditorium, San Antonio, TX – w/ Eddie Money
11/19/77 – Will Rogers Coliseum, Fort Worth, TX – w/ Eddie Money (*)
11/20/77 – The Warehouse, New Orleans, LA – w/ Eddie Money (*)
11/23/77 – Civic Arena, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – w/ Tom Petty
11/26/77 – Atlanta Fox Theater – w/ Edgar Winter & White Trash

December 1977
12/01/77 – Hartford Civic Center, Hartford, CT – w/ Edgar Winter & White Trash (*)
12/26/77 – IMA Auditorium, Flint, MI
12/27/77 – Cobo Arena, Detroit, MI – w/ Edgar Winter & White Trash (*)
12/29/77 – Palladium – New York City, NY – w/ Willie Alexander and the Boom Boom Band (Cutting)
12/30/77 – Concert Bowl, Le Forum – Montreal, Canada

February 1978
02/02/78 – Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ (*)
02/04/78 – Georgetown Univ. McDonough Gym, Washington, DC - w/ Razz
02/10/78 – Cumberland County Civic Center – Portland, ME – w/ Aztec Two Step
02/18/78 – Ohio University Memorial Auditorium, Athens, OH – w/ Screams (More Details) (*)
02/19/78 – Louisville Gardens, Louisville, KY – w/ Brownsville Station (More Details)

March 1978
03/03/78 – Baltimore Civic Center, Baltimore, MD – w/ Blue Oyster Cult (*)
03/04/78 – Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA – w/ Ken Kweder (*)
03/05/78 – Capitol Music Hall, Wheeling, WV – w/ Skiffle (*)
03/23/78 – University of Massachusetts Lowell, Lowell, MA – w/ The James Montgomery Band (*)
03/24/78 – Providence Civic Center, Providence, RI – w/ Wild Turkey Band (*)

April 1978
04/23/78 – William Paterson College Auditorium, Wayne, NJ
Spring 1978 – LeMoyne College, Dewitt, NY (outside Syracuse)

July 1978
07/22/78 – Cape Cod Coliseum, South Yarmouth, MA – w/ Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers (*) (Cutting)
07/23/78 – Springfield Civic center, Springfield, MA – w/ Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers (*)
07/28/78 – Calderone Concert Hall, Hempstead, NY – Headlining as Geils w/ Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers
07/29/78 – Kennedy Stadium, Bridgeport, CT – w/ Blue Oyster Cult, Rick Derringer (*)

August 1978
08/05/78 – Lakefront Stadium – Cleveland, OH – w/ Fleetwood Mac, Bob Welch and Eddie Money(rescheduled to August 26th)
08/26/78 – The World Series of Rock – Municipal Stadium, Cleveland, OH – w/ Fleetwood Mac, Bob Welch and Eddie Money – The World Series of Rock. Fleetwood Mac headlined. The bill also included Bob Welch, Eddie Money and The Cars. Todd was the second act to play (at 4:30 PM) so that he could catch a plane to Chicago for that night’s performances at Park West. This show was originally scheduled for August 5, but had to be rescheduled due to Lindsey Buckingham being ill. Todd had not been scheduled to play on the original date but was added to the bill after the J. Geils Band could not make the rescheduled date. Thanks to the TODD RUNDGREN Touring History Site.

November 1978
11/23/78 – Pittsburgh PA – “2nd Annual Thanksgiving Boston Boogie!”
11/27/78 – Hard Rock Café, West Hartford, CT - w/ James Montgomery Blues Band (*)

December 1978
12/03/78 – Richfield Coliseum – Richfield, OH – w/ Southside Johnny And The Asbury Jukes & Richard T. Bear
12/04/78 – Veterans Memorial Auditorium, Columbus, OH
12/15/78 – Cobo Arena – Detroit, MI – w/ Southside Johnny & the Asbury Jukes
12/16/78 – Cobo Arena – Detroit, MI – w/ Southside Johnny & the Asbury Jukes – The label planned to film a live concert by the group at Cobo Hall Dec. 15 and 16
12/26/78 – The Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA – w/ Southside Johnny & the Asbury Jukes (*)
12/30/78 – Mid Hudson Civic Center – Poughkeepsie, NY - w/ James Montgomery Blues Band (*)
12/31/78 – Providence Civic Center, Providence, RI

January 1979
01/11/79 – ? – w/ Southside Johnny
01/12/79 – Rochester War Memorial, Rochester, NY – w/ Southside Johnny & the Asbury Jukes
01/13/79 – Capital Centre, Landover, MD – w/ Southside Johnny & the Asbury Jukes (Ticket) (*)
01/17/79 – McMorran Auditorium, PortHuron, MI  (*)
01/18/79 – Toledo Sports Arena, Toledo, OH – w/ Southside Johnny & the Asbury Jukes (*)
01/19/79 – Riverfront Coliseum, Cincinnati, OH – w/ Southside Johnny & the Asbury Jukes (Cutting)
01/20/79 – Stanley Theatre, Pittsburgh, PA – w/ Southside Johnny & the Asbury Jukes (*)
01/21/79 – Louisville Gardens, Louisville, KY – w/ Southside Johnny & the Asbury Jukes (*)
01/25/79 – The Met Center, Bloomington, Minnesota – w/ Southside Johnny & the Asbury Jukes
01/26/79 – University Of Iowa Hancher Auditorium, Iowa City, IA – w/ Southside Johnny & the Asbury Jukes (*)
01/27/79 – The Aragon Ballroom, Chicago – w/ Southside Johnny & the Asbury Jukes

February 1979
02/03/79 – Syracuse University – Syracuse, NY – w/Southside Johnny And The Asbury Jukes
02/04/79 – Utica College – Utica, NY – w/Southside Johnny And The Asbury Jukes
02/09/79 – Civic Center- Springfield, MA – w/Southside Johnny And The Asbury Jukes
02/10/79 – Boston Garden – Boston, MA – w/ Southside Johnny And The Asbury Jukes – This concert was filmed for television and broadcast on April 21st (Concert Review)
02/23/79 – Hollywood Sportatorium, Hollywood, FL – w/ Head East
02/24/79 – Lee Civic Center, Fort Myers, FL – w/ Head East
02/26/79 – The Warehouse, New Orleans, LA – w/ The Fabulous Poodles
02/27/79 – Memphis, TN
02/28/79 – Fox Theatre, Atlanta, GA – w/ Edgar Winter & White Trash, Law

March 1979
03/01/79 – Athens, GA
03/05/79 – Denver, CO
03/08/79 – Paramount Northwest, Seattle, WA
03/09/79 – Paramount Theatre, Portland, OR
03/10/79 – Medford, OR
03/12/79 – San Diego Sports Arena – San Diego, CA
03/15/79 – Fabulous Forum – Los Angeles, CA - w/ April Wine
03/17/79 – Aladdin Hotel, Las Vegas, NV
03/19/79 – Tucson Community Center Arena, Tucson, Arizona – Thanks to “Tucson Phil” the #1 JGB fan in Tucson!!!! for sending in this scan (Ticket)
03/20/79 – Symphony Hall, Phoenix, Arizona.
03/22/79 – Bakersfield Civic Auditorium, Bakersfield, CA
03/23/79 – Sacramento Memorial Coliseum – Sacramento, CA
03/24/79 – Oakland Auditorium Arena, Oakland, CA – w/ April Wine (Plus special guests Ronnie Montrose and Carlos Santana. Jammed with the band on a few songs. Thanks to Truman Davis Jr. for the info)
03/25/79 – Centennial Coliseum – Reno, Nevada - w/ April Wine

April 1979
04/04/79 – Memorial Hall – Kansas City, KS – w/ Molly Hatchet
04/05/79 – Illinois State University – Normal-Bloomington Il, USA – w/ Granati Brothers (*)
04/06/79 – Kiel Opera House, St. Louis, MO – w/ Granati Brothers (*)
04/08/79 – Eastern Michigan University – Ypsilanti, MI – w/ Granati Brothers
04/09/79 – Lansing Civic Center, Lansing, MI, - w/ Head East
04/20/79 – Rehearsal – Grugahalle – Essen, Germany
04/21/79 – Rehearsal – Grugahalle – Essen, Germany
04/21/79 – Rockpalast TV show – Grugahalle – Essen, Germany – w/ Patti Smith, Johnny Winter
04/24/79 – Paradiso – Amsterdam, Holland
04/27/79 – Le Palace – Paris, France – w/ Max Webster
04/28/79 – Chorus T.V. Taping – Paris, France (Video)

May 1979
05/03/79 – Hammersmith Odeon – London, UK – Guest : Lew Lewis Reformer and/or Wilko Johnson’s Solid Senders

June 1979
06/10/79 – Pine Knob Music Theatre – Clarkston, MI – w/ The Romantics
06/11/79 – Pine Knob Music Theatre – Clarkston, MI – w/ The Romantics (Ticket)
06/12/79 – Pine Knob Music Theatre – Clarkston, MI – w/ The Romantics
06/12/79 – Bookies Club 870 – Detroit, MI – This hush-hush gig was played, straight after completing their last show at the ‘Pine Knob’, under the alias ‘Jimmy and the Juke Joints’ – w/ guests R.U.R.
06/29/79 – Springfield Civic Center – Springfield, MA – w/ Ian Hunter
06/30/79 – Cape Cod Coliseum – South Yarmouth, MA – w/ Ian Hunter

July 1979
07/01/79 – Cape Cod Coliseum – South Yarmouth, MA – w/ Ian Hunter
07/04/79 – Day On The Green- (Jul. 2-4) Oakland Coliseum Stadium. Oakland, CA – w/ UFO, Dog #2, Thin Lizzy, Nazareth, Rockets

December 1979
12/15-16/79 – Cobo Arena – Detroit – One or both shows filmed for distribution overseas and for retail in-store promotion

February 1980
02/22/80 – Providence State College or Brown University, Providence R.I. – w/ The Stooges
02/23/80 – Mid-Hudson Civic Center, Poughkeepsie, NY – w/ 3-D (*)
02/29/80 – Hollywood Sportatorium, Hollywood, FL

March 1980
03/01/80 – Curtis Hixon Hall – Tampa, FL, USA – w/ 3-D
03/03/80 – Jacksonville Civic Auditorium – Jacksonville
03/08/80 – Saturday Night Live TV Show, New York, NY (Video)
03/12/80 – The Warehouse, New Orleans, LA – w/ 3-D (*)
03/13/80 – Houston Music Hall, Houston, TX – w/ 3-D (*)
03/14/80 – Opera House – Austin, Texas, USA (The Amazing J.Geils Band!) – w/ 3-D
03/16/80 – Rainbow Music Hall, Denver, CO – w/ 3-D (*)
03/19/80 – San Diego Sports Arena, San Diego, CA – w/ 3-D
03/21/80 – UCLA Pauley Pavilion, Los Angeles, CA – Guest : 3-D.
03/22/80 – Oakland Coliseum – Oakland, CA – w/ 3-D
03/23/80 – Warfield Theatre- San Francisco, CA – w/ 3-D
03/25/80 – Sacramento Memorial Auditorium, Sacremanto, CA (*)
03/26/80 – Reno Centennial Coliseum, Reno, Nevada – w/ 3-D
03/28/80 – Paramount Theatre, Portland, OR – w/ 3-D (Poster)
03/29/80 – Paramount Northwest, Seattle, WA – w/ 3-D

April 1980
04/04/80 – Cobo Arena – Detroit, MI – w/ 3-D (*)
04/05/80 – Cobo Arena – Detroit, MI – w/ 3-D
04/07/80 – Cobo Arena – Detroit, MI – w/ 3-D
04/08/80 – Toledo Sports Arena, Toledo, OH – w/ 3-D (*)
04/11/80 – Aragon Ballroom – Chicago, Ill – w/ 3-D (4.087 ticket sales)
04/12/80 – Richfield Coliseum, Richfield, OH – w/ 3-D (18.803 ticket sales) (Concert Review)
04/13/80 – Hara Arena, Dayton, OH – w/ 3-D (*)
04/14/80 – Rose Arena, Mt. Pleasant, MI (CANCELLED) The concert was cancelled due to Peter Wolf having throat issues (Cutting)
04/19/80 – Boston Garden – Boston, MA – w/ 3-D
04/21/80 – Boston Garden – Boston, MA (Venue ?)
04/24/80 – Veterans Memorial Coliseum – New Haven, CT – w/ 3-D
04/25/80 – The Palladium (formerly The Academy of music), New York, NY – w/ 3-D
04/26/80 – The Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA – w/ 3-D, The Romantics
04/27/80 – Great Gildersleeves – New York City, NY – Playing as Juke Joint Jimmy & His House Party Rockers…real tiny club, w/3-D. A 12 inch Promo Pic Sleeve record was released by EMI America featuring a live version of ‘Love Stinks’ recorded at this concert (Info)
04/28/80 – Premier Theatre – Norfolk, Virginia

May 1980
05/02/80 – Cumberland County Civic Center, Portland, ME
05/03/80 – Providence Civic Center, Providence, RI (*)
05/26/80 – Burgemeester Damen Sportpark, Pinkpop Festival, Geleen, The Netherlands – w/ Garland Jeffreys, Raymond Van Het Groenewoud, Joe Jackson, The Specials, Van Halen, The Jam (Info)
05/29/80 – Palais des Sports, Paris, France

June 1980
06/01/80 – London Lyceum – Guests Q Tips, The Name
06/02/80 – Manchester Free Trade Hall, UK – Guests Q Tips
06/03/80 – Birmingham Top Rank, UK (CANCELLED) (Cutting)
(UK Tour Cuttings)
06/06/80 – People’s House, Volkshaus, Zürich, Switzerland
06/09/80 – Schwabinger Bräu, Munich, Germany (*)
06/10/80 – Neue Welt, Berlin, Germany (*) This date clashes with another by a band called Hans-A-Plast. It is possible that both bands played that night because the venue has two halls. Thanks to Bernd at http://rockinberlin.de/ for the info
06/11/80 – Markthalle Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany (*)
06/14/80 – Wartburg Music Hall, Wiesbaden, Germany (*)
06/14/80 – 3-SAT TV Show (Germany) The J. Geils Band perform ‘Love Stinks’ & ‘Come Back’ (Video)
06/15/80 – Hemmerleinhalle, Nuremberg, Germany
06/18/80 – Göta Lejon, Stockholm, Sweden
06/24/80 – Festival Hall, Osaka, Japan (*)
06/25/80 – Aichi Prefectural Labor Hall, Nagoya, Japan (*)
06/27/80 – Nakano Sun Plaza Hall, Tokyo, Japan – Rockupation Tour
06/28/80 – Koseinenkin Kaikan, Tokyo, Japan – Rockupation Tour
06/29/80 – Koseinenkin Kaikan, Tokyo, Japan – Rockupation Tour (Magazine Photos)

July 1980
07/12/80 – Legend Valley – Hebron, OH, USA – w/ Ted Nugent, Blackfoot, Def Leppard and Scorpions
07/13/80 – Toledo Speedway Summer Jam, Toledo OH – w/ Heart, Joe Perry Project, Blackfoot and Triumph
07/16/80 – CNE Stadium, Toronto, ON – w/ The Who, Heart, Nash the Slash (*)
07/19/80 – Stadium (World Series of Rock), Cleveland, OH – w/ Bob Seger, Def Leppard, Eddie Money (*)
07/20/80 – Pine Knob Music Theatre – Clarkston, MI, USA
07/21/80 – Pine Knob Music Theatre – Clarkston, MI, USA
07/22/80 – Pine Knob Music Theatre – Clarkston, MI, USA
07/23/80 – Pine Knob Music Theatre – Clarkston, MI, USA
07/26/80 – Cape Cod Coliseum, South Yarmouth, MA – w/ The Fools (*)
07/27/80 – Cape Cod Coliseum, South Yarmouth, MA – w/ The Fools (*)
07/29/80 – Cape Cod Coliseum, South Yarmouth, MA – w/ The Fools (*)

August 1980
08/23/80 – Credit Island, Davenport, IA – w/ Sammy Hagar, The Outlaws, REO Speedwagon and Hot Moma Silver

September 1980
09/06/80 – Castle Farms Music Theatre – Charlevoix
09/07/80 – Atwood Stadium – Flint, MI (CANCELLED) (Flyer)

December 1980
12/26/80 – Providence Civic Center, Providence, RI – w/The Stompers (Xmas Show) (Cutting)
12/28/80 – Springfield Civic Center, Springfield, MA – w/The Stompers
12/30/80 – Cape Cod Coliseum, South Yarmouth, MA – w/The Stompers (*)
12/31/80 – Cumberland County Civic Center, Portland, ME – w/The Stompers

September 1981
09/22/81 – Pine Knob Music Theatre, Clarkston, MI - w/ Joan Jett (*)
09/23/81 – Pine Knob Music Theatre, Clarkston, MI - w/ Joan Jett (*)
09/25/81 – Pine Knob Music Theatre, Clarkston, MI - w/ Joan Jett
09/26/81 – Pine Knob Music Theatre, Clarkston, MI - w/ Joan Jett (*)
09/27/81 – Pine Knob Music Theatre, Clarkston, MI - w/ Joan Jett (*)

October 1981
10/07/81 – Jack Murphy Stadium, San Diego, CA – Opening for the Rolling Stones with George Thorogood (*)
10/09/81 – Los Angeles Coliseum, Los Angeles, CA – Opening for the Rolling Stones with
Prince and George Thorogood
10/11/81 – Los Angeles Coliseum, Los Angeles, CA – Opening for the Rolling Stones with
Prince and George Thorogood
10/14/81 – Kingdome, Seattle, WA, USA – Opening for the Rolling Stones with The Greg Kihn Band (*)
10/15/81 – Kingdome, Seattle, WA, USA – Opening for the Rolling Stones with The Greg Kihn Band
10/17-18/81 – Candlestick Park, San Francisco, CA – Opening for the Rolling Stones with George Thorogood

November 1981
11/19/81 – Uptown Theater, Chicago, Illinois

December 1981
12/04/81 - Theatre Of Performing Arts, Worcester, MA (Ticket)(Thanks to Jeff Winter for the ticket scan)
12/05/81 – University of New Hampshire Field House, Durham, NH (*) (Ticket)
12/07/81 – Plattsburgh State Univ. Field House, Plattsburgh, NY – w/ David Johansen (*)
12/09/81 – Kleinhans Music Hall, Buffalo, NY (*)
12/10/81 – Richfield Coliseum, Richfield, OH – w/ Red Rider (*)
12/11/81 – Toledo Sports Arena, Toledo, OH – w/ Red Rider (*)
12/12/81 – Stanley Theatre, Pittsburgh, PA – w/ Iron City Rockers (*)
12/13/81 – Ohio State Fairgrounds Coliseum, Columbus, OH – w/ Red Rider (*)
12/18/81 – Memorial Coliseum, Fort Wayne, Indiana
12/19/81 – Uptown Theatre, Chicago, IL – w/ Southside Johnny & the Asbury Dukes (*)
12/20/81 – Hara Arena, Dayton, Ohio, USA
12/25/81 – MCI-Norfolk Correctional Facility, Norfolk, MA – The J. Geils Band performed a Christmas concert for the inmates at a correction center near Boston. A few days later, their “Freeze Frame” album went gold
12/26/81 – Coliseum, New Haven, CT – w/ Jon Butcher Axis
12/27/81 – Providence Civic Center, Providence, RI (*)
12/29/81 – Coliseum, New Haven, CT – w/ Jon Butcher Axis
12/30/81 – Civic Center, Springfield, MA – w/ Jon Butcher Axis
12/31/81 – Cumberland County Civic Center, Portland, ME – w/ Jon Butcher Axis

January 1982
01/27/82 – Cobo Arena, Detroit, MI – w/ Jon Butcher Axis (*)
01/28/82 – Cobo Arena, Detroit, MI – w/ Jon Butcher Axis
01/29/82 – Cobo Arena, Detroit, MI – w/ Jon Butcher Axis (*)
01/30/82 – Riverside Theatre, Milwaukee, WI – w/ Jon Butcher Axis
01/31/82 – Met Center, Minneapolis, MN – w/ Jon Butcher Axis

February 1982
02/03/82 – Capital Centre, Landover, MD
02/04/82 – The Mosque, Richmond, Virgina – The Fabulous Thunderbirds
02/06/82 – R.I.T.Gymnasium, Rochester, NY – Support Jon Butcher Axis – This venue quickly sold out so it was moved to the ice rink and that sold out. It was finally moved to the Dome Arena, about 5 miles away. They ran shuttle buses! Thanks to John Raymond for the info (Poster)
02/07/82 – Penn State University Rec Hall, State College, PA – w/ Jon Butcher Axis (*)
02/13/82 – The Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA – w/ Jon Butcher Axis (*)
02/15/82 – UMASS Fine Arts Center, Amherst, MA
02/19/82 – Trenton, NJ
02/20/82 – The Joe Franklin Show (Video)
02/20/82 – Madison Square Garden, NY – w/ George Thorogood
02/22/82 – Boston Garden, Boston, MA – w/ Jon Butcher Axis
02/23/82 – Boston Garden, Boston, MA – w/ Jon Butcher Axis
02/25/82 – Boston Garden, Boston, MA – w/ Jon Butcher Axis
02/26/82 – War Memorial Auditorium, Syracuse, NY – w/ Jon Butcher Axis
02/27/82 – Eisenhower Hall Theater, West Point, NY (Poster)

March 1982
03/03/82 – Lee County Arena – Fort Meyers, FL – w/ U2
03/04/82 – West Palm Beach Auditorium – West Palm Beach, FL – w/ U2
03/05/82 – Curtis Hixon Hall, Tampa, FL – w/ U2 (*)
03/06/82 – Leon County Civic Center, Tallahassee, FL – w/ U2 (*)
03/07/82 – Jacksonville University, Jacksonville, Florida – w/ U2 (CANCELLED)
03/10/82 – University of Tennessee Gym, Knoxville, TN – w/ U2 (*)
03/11/82 – Atlanta Civic Center, Atlanta, GA – w/ U2
03/12/82 – Ellis Auditorium North Hall, Memphis, TN – w/ U2 (*)
03/13/82 – Louisville Gardens, Louisville, KY – w/ U2 (*)
03/14/82 – Indiana Convention Center, Indianapolis, USA – w/ U2
03/16/82 – Purdue University Music Hall, West Lafayette, IN – w/ Johnny And The Distractions (*)
03/17/82 – Rockford MetroCentre, Rockford, IL – w/ Johnny And The Distractions (*)
03/18/82 – Civic Auditorium, Omaha, Nebraska – w/ Johnny And The Distractions
03/19/82 – Kansas City Municipal Auditorium, Kansas City, MO – w/ Johnny And The Distractions (*)
03/20/82 – Kiel Opera House, St. Louis, MO – w/ Johnny And The Distractions (*)
03/25/82 – Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Phoenix Coliseum – w/ U2
03/26/82 – San Diego Sports Arena, San Diego, CA – w/ U2
03/27/82 – LA Sports Arena, Los Angeles, CA – w/ U2
03/29/82 – San Francisco Civic, San Francisco, CA – w/ U2
03/30/82 – San Francisco Civic, San Francisco, CA – w/ U2

April 1982
04/02/82 – Aladdin Theatre, Las Vegas, NV – w/ Johnny And The Distractions
04/03/82 – Univ. of California Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA – w/ Johnny And The Distractions
04/04/82 – Sacramento Memorial Auditorium, Sacramento, CA – w/ Johnny And The Distractions
04/07/82 – Portland Memorial Coliseum, Portland, OR – w/ Johnny And The Distractions
04/08/82 – Seattle Center Coliseum, Seattle , WA – w/ Johnny And The Distractions
04/09/82 – Pacific Coliseum, Vancouver, BC, Canada – w/ Johnny And The Distractions
04/10/82 – Spokane Coliseum, Spokane, WA – w/ Johnny And The Distractions
04/13/82 – Harry Adams Fieldhouse, University of Montana Missoula, MT
04/14/82 – Billings, MT
04/16/82 – CU Event Center, Boulder, CO – w/ Jon Butcher Axis
04/17/82 – FHSU Gross Memorial Coliseum, Hays, KS – w/ Jon Butcher Axis
04/18/82 – The Myriad, Oklahoma City, OK – w/ Jon Butcher Axis
04/19/82 – Kansas State University Fieldhouse, Manhattan, KS – w/ Jon Butcher Axis
04/20/82 – Tulsa Fairgrounds Pavilion, Tulsa, OK – w/ Jon Butcher Axis (*)
04/22/82 – Hirsch Memorial Coliseum, Shreveport, LA – w/ Jon Butcher Axis
04/23/82 – Dallas Convention Center, Dallas, TX – w/ Jon Butcher Axis (*)
04/24/82 – The Summit, Houston, TX – w/ Jon Butcher Axis
04/25/82 – Riverside Centreplex, Baton Rouge, LA (*)
04/28/82 – Charlotte Coliseum, Charlotte, NC
04/29/82 – Norfolk, VA
04/30/82 – Capital Centre, Landover, MD

May 1982
05/01/82 – Hartford Civic Center, Hartford, CT – w/ Jon Butcher Axis
05/14/82 – Forum, Montreal, QC, Canada – w/ Jim Carroll Band
05/15/82 – Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, ON, Canada – w/ Jim Carroll Band
05/16/82 – London Civic Gardens, London, ON, Canada – w/ Jim Carroll Band (*)

June 1982
06/02/82 – Feyenoord Stadion, Rotterdam, The Netherlands – opening for the Rolling Stones with UB40
06/04/82 – Feyenoord Stadion, Rotterdam, The Netherlands – opening for the Rolling Stones with George Thorogood
06/05/82 – Feyenoord Stadion, Rotterdam, The Netherlands – opening for the Rolling Stones with George Thorogood
06/08/82 – Waldbuhne, West Berlin, West Germany – opening for the Rolling Stones
06/10-11/82 – Olympiastadion (Munich, Germany) – opening for the Rolling Stones with Peter Maffay – French TV Show (A2) ‘Houba Houba’. Rotterdam-report, including an interview with Peter Wolf (Video)
06/13/82 – Hippodrome d’Auteuil, Paris, France opening for the Rolling Stones with George Thorogood
06/14/82 – Hippodrome d’Auteuil, Paris, France opening for the Rolling Stones with George Thorogood and Telephone
06/16/82 – Stade de gerland, Lyon, France opening for the Rolling Stones with George Thorogood – German radio interview (SWF3) with Peter Wolf
06/19/82 – Ullevi, Göteborg, Sweden – opening for the Rolling Stones with Kim Larsen
06/20/82 – Ullevi, Göteborg, Sweden – opening for the Rolling Stones with Kim Larsen (*)
06/23/82 – St James Park, Newcastle, UK – opening for the Rolling Stones
06/25/82 – Wembley Stadium, London, UK – opening for the Rolling Stones with Black Uhuru
06/26/82 – Wembley Stadium, London, UK – opening for the Rolling Stones with Black Uhuru
06/27/82 – Ashton Gate Stadium, Bristol, UK – opening for the Rolling Stones
06/29/82 – Frankfurt Festhalle, Frankfurt, Germany – opening for the Rolling Stones
06/30/82 – Frankfurt Festhalle, Frankfurt, Germany – opening for the Rolling Stones

July 1982
07/01/82 – Frankfurt Festhalle, Frankfurt, Germany – opening for the Rolling Stones
07/07/82 – Vicente Calderon, Madrid, Spain – opening for the Rolling Stones
07/09/82 – Vicente Calderon, Madrid, Spain – opening for the Rolling Stones
07/11/82 – Stadio Comunale, Torino, Italy – opening for the Rolling Stones
07/15/82 – St. Jakob Stadion – Basel, Switzerland – opening for the Rolling Stones
07/17/82 – Stadio San Paolo – Napoli, Italy – opening for the Rolling Stones
07/21/82 – Stade du Ray, Nice, France opening for the Rolling Stones with George Thorogood (CANCELLED)
07/24/82 – Slane Castle, Slane village, County Meath, Ireland – opening for the Rolling Stones w/ The Chieftains & George Thorogood and the Destroyers
07/27/82London, Carlton Hotel. Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood, Bobby Keys, Peter Wolf, Jerome Geils and Seth Justman jam together, calling themselves The Carltones.
07/30/82 – Central Park – New York, NY – Concert for Vietnam Veterans and Agent Orange Victims with Ian Hunter,Todd Rundgren and several other bands – The J. Geils Band did not play at this concert


August 1982
08/18/82 – La Crosse Center, La Crosse, WI – w/ The Motels
08/19/82 – Civic Center, Peoria, IL – w/ The Motels (*)
08/20/82 – Poplar Creek, Hoffman Estates, IL – w/ The Motels (*)
08/21/82 – Pittsburgh Civic Arena, Pittsburgh, USA – w/ The Motels
08/23/82 – Blossom Music Center, Cuyahoga Valley National Park, Ohio, USA – w/ The Motels (*)
08/24/82 – Blossom Music Center, Cuyahoga Valley National Park, Ohio, USA – w/ The Motels
08/25/82 – Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Saratoga Springs, NY – w/ The Motels
08/27/82 – Riverfront Coliseum, Cincinnati, OH – w/ The Motels (*)
08/28/82 – Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, MD – w/ The Motels (*)

September 1982
09/01-06/82 – Pine Knob Music Theatre, Clarkston, MI – Show recorded for the ‘Showtime !’ album – w/ The Motels

December 1982
12/26/82 – New Haven Coliseum, New Haven, CT – w/ Berlin Airlift (?)
12/27/82 – New Haven Coliseum, New Haven, CT – w/ Berlin Airlift
12/28/82 – Providence Civic Center – Guest : Berlin Airlift, John Kiley (Keyboard player for the Red Sox, Bruins and Celtics) played Christmas carols between the Berlin Airlift and Geils set
12/30/82 – Cumberland County Civic Center – Portland, ME
12/31/82 – The Centrum – Worcester, MA, w/ Berlin Airlift

January 1983
01/01-02/83 – The Centrum – Worcester, MA, w/ Berlin Airlift – Last show before the break up

August 1984
08/18/84 – Biker party in Ohio called TSIA (Third Saturday In August) – Possible tour date for the J. Geils Band minus Peter Wolf.

17 comments:

  1. 11/03/73 – Elmira College, Elmira, NY .... the band "Back Door" opened at this show.

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    1. Thanks for the extra info. Date updated.

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  2. my 1st "concert" was J Giles opening for 10 Years After...
    didn't remember the actual date (11/22/71) until now...

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  3. Saw them at Fairleigh Dickinson University Madison Nj 2/19/72 on the bill with America who didn't show due to snowstorm that nite

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    1. Thanks for the info. I've updated that tour date.

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  4. 05/03/1980 at Providence. A band called "3 D" opened.

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    1. I was there as well, since I always kept my ticket stubs, I still have that one although didn't recall the back up band or if I even saw them! AN all-time great show, was on the floor about 60 rows back but kept moving up as front seats emptied to font of stage, ended up about row 20 or so. Incredible performance, Magic D was a show stopper. I put that show in my top 15 performances out of 200+ concerts. Saw them again in 82, great, but hard to beat 1980 PCC show! Matt Baulier

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  5. Can anyone confirm that J. Geils Band opened for Black Sabbath at the St. Louis Arena Annex on March 21, 1971? I seem to remember finding information online that they filled in for Sweathog who cancelled without much notice, but I can't find that info anymore. I've also seen info that said John Mayall was on that bill, as well. Thanks.

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    1. I can't comment on that particular show, but I saw J. Geils Band open for Ten Years After at Kiel Auditorium in St. Louis on 08/28/71. J. Geils brought the house down! They were so well received that they did 3 or 4 encores, resulting in Ten Years After coming on late. Alvin Lee seemed perturbed by J. Geils' reception and cut his show drastically short, which caused was a near riot. I'll never forget that night. I had just turned 18. I saw many great shows at Kiel and the Arena Annex. Black Sabbath and Queen at the Annex were both outstanding. RIP J. Geils. You Rocked!

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  6. "02/19/72 – Fairleigh Dickinson University, Madison, NJ - w/ America (The band America didn't show because of a snowstorm that night) (*)"
    America did show at this date, but the sound system along with the dreadful slap back echo in the hall and some nasty aggravation made them give up after several numbers. They then headed back through that snowstorm to New York!

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    1. America was there that night, but no one wanted to applaud after they did their numbers(a few polite claps here and there). As soon as J. Giles Band got to the stage, everyone was on their feet, going wild. Despite the late start, J. Giles owned the place for the rest of the evening. Very memorable night.

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  7. I saw the J Geils Band with Bob Marley and the Wailers, not listed here! I believe it was at Shaeffer Stadium which is Foxboro now in MA. around 1973 - 1975.

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  8. Huge J. Geils Band fan - I just stumbled on an old ticket stub. Torn, so you can't see the whole date, but it reads 'ary 16th', and 'H School Auditorium'. Based on my memory, that would have been Staples HS, in Westport, CT, and the year would have been 72 or 73 (possibly 71). At some point, I'd written 1972 on the back, but I have not idea if that's accurate or now.

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  9. I saw JGB from the second row at Morris Civic Auditorium, South Bend IN in 1973. It was after Full House was out. Blew my mind.

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  10. In winter/spring 1978 they played at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI, where three of them attended school). Many of us were juniors that year but I can't remember the exact date.

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  11. Played Bates College Lewiston Maine Feb 10 1975 https://www.dropbox.com/sh/uwika128qcb85tl/AACNJiogXQSRtlWq0nrXF54Ga?dl=0

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  12. I saw j giels band july 12 1980 at legened valley hebron ohio the line up was opening act def leppard blackfoot scorpions j geils band ted nugent bad weather made the day short but what a show god bless j geils

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