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THE EARWIGS

  • Vincent Furnier
  • Dennis Dunaway
  • John Speer
  • Glen Buxton
  • Peter Williams (replaced by John Tatum after the first performance)

1964

??: 1964 Cortez High School, Phoenix, AZ (Letterman Talent Show, coming last miming to a Beatles tape)

??: 1964 Cortez High School, Phoenix, AZ (Letterman Talent Show)

October 1964 Cortez High School, Phoenix, AZ (A series of Lunch Time performances by the band for fellow students)

October 23, 1964 Cortez High School, Phoenix, AZ ('Pit and the Pendulum' dance sponsored by Cortez High School Journalism Club)

November 17, 1964 Ukranian Hall, Phoenix, AZ (Bunny Hop)

Late 1964 Dunes Lounge, Phoenix, AZ (near High School)

Late 1964/Early 1965 Phoenix, AZ, (US TV "It’s Wallace")

1965

??: 1965 Phoenix, AZ (Sweet Sixteen Birthday Party for Lisa Hawks)

February 9, 1965 Washington Grade School (Talent Show)

April 30, 1965 Christown Mall, Phoenix, AZ (Sears Combo Contest. The band finished in 1st place)

May 7, 1965 Talent Show, AZ

June 1, 1965 Village Inn Pizza, Phoenix, AZ

September ?, 1965 VIP Club, Phoenix, AZ (Band played a lot of weekend shows at the VIP Club)

November ?, 1965 Phoenix Star Club, Phoenix, AZ

December 11, 1965 Phoenix Art Museum

1966

January 15, 1966 Phoenix Star Theater, Phoenix, AZ

THE SPIDERS

  • Vincent Furnier
  • Dennis Dunaway
  • John Speer
  • Glen Buxton
  • John Tatum (replaced by Michael Bruce in the Summer of '66)

August 21, 1966 Thrift City, Tucson, AZ

September 4, 1966 VIP Club, Jaycees, Phoenix, AZ (supporting Yardbirds)

October/November ?, 1966 Brophy College Prep School (Dance)

1967

January 21, 1967 VIP Club, Phoenix, AZ

February 4, 1967 VIP Club, Tucson, AZ

February 11, 1967 VIP Club, Phoenix, AZ

February 25, 1967 VIP Club, Phoenix, AZ

February ?, 1967 Memorial Coliseum, Phoenix, AZ (with The Byrds)

March 4, 1967 VIP Club, Tucson, AZ

March 11, 1967 State Fairgrounds, Phoenix, AZ (with Turtles)

March 16, 1967 VIP Club, Tucson, AZ

March 18, 1967 Canyon Del Oro High School, Tucson, AZ

March 25, 1967 Concord Armory, Concord, CA

March 26, 1967 Griffith Park, Los Angeles, CA

March 28, 1967 Gazzarri’s, Los Angeles, CA

THE NAZZ

  • Vincent Furnier
  • Dennis Dunaway
  • John Speer (replaced by Neal Smith in late '67)
  • Glen Buxton
  • Michael Bruce

April 7, 1967 VIP Club, Phoenix, AZ

April/May ?, 1967 Hullabaloo Club, Los Angeles, CA (2 nights)

May ?, 1967 Gallup, NM

May ?, 1967 Albuquerque, NM (in a school)

June ?, 1967 Gazzarri’s, Los Angeles, CA

August 22-26, 1967 Cheetah Club, Venice, CA (with The Watts & 103rd Street Rhythm Band)

August 27, 1967 Cheetah Club, Venice, CA (supporting The Doors, with The Watts & 103rd Street Rhythm Band)

September 1-2, 1967 Cheetah, Venice, CA (2 shows each night supporting Buffalo Springfield, with The Watts & 103rd Street Rhythm Band)

September ?, 1967 Mad Hatter, Scottsdale, AZ

October 27-29, 1967 Cheetah Club, Los Angeles, CA

October 31, 1967 Los Angeles, CA

November 17-19, 1967 Cheetah Club, Los Angeles, CA (with Clear Light)

November 26, 1967 Whisky-A-Go-Go, Hollywood, CA (supporting Procul Harum)

December 20-24, 1967 Cheetah Club, Los Angeles, CA (with Chambers Brothers)

1968

January 5-7, 1968 Mad Hatter, Scottsdale, AZ

Early 1968 Snoopy's, Phoenix, AZ

Early 1968 Philippo's Oddessey, Phoenix, AZ

Early 1968 The Fifth Estate, Phoenix, AZ

Early 1968 The Beau Brummel's Club, Phoenix, AZ

Early 1968 Encanto Park, Phoenix, AZ

Early 1968 J.D's Riverbottom, Scottsdale, AZ

Early 1968 Bortz Brothers Studios, Tempe, AZ

March 1968 Cheetah, Los Angeles, CA (Date possibly the 6th, 13th, 20th, or 27th)

ALICE COOPER

  • Vincent Furnier
  • Dennis Dunaway
  • Neal Smith
  • Glen Buxton
  • Michael Bruce

March 16, 1968 Earl Warren Showgrounds, Santa Barbara, CA (First gig as ALICE COOPER, with Blue Cheer & The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band)

March 27, 1968 Thee Experience, Los Angeles, CA ?

March ?, 1968 Cheetah, Los Angeles, CA

April 3, 1968 Cheetah, Los Angeles, CA

April 5, 1968 Alice Cooper Club, Phoenix, AZ (lasts two weekends – then closes)

April ?, 1968 Kaleidoscope, Los Angeles, CA (Date possibly the 21st, 28th, or 5th May)

May 1, 1968 Cheetah, Los Angeles, CA

May 23, 1968 Memorial Hall, Phoenix, AZ (with Iron Butterfly)

May 24, 1968 Albuquerque, NM (possibly the 25th as well)

June 1, 1968 Lake Berryessa Bowl, Winters, CA (supporting Loading Zone)

June 24, 1968 Whisky-A-Go-Go, West Hollywood, CA (supporting Ten Years After)

June 27, 1968 Wrigley Stadium, Los Angeles, CA (with Frank Zappa, Grass Roots & T-Bone Walker)

July 14, 1968 Cheetah, Los Angeles, CA (with Butterfield Blues Band, Chicago Transit Authority & Pacific Gas & Electric)

July 22, 1968 Whisky-A-Go-Go, West Hollywood, CA (supporting Frank Zappa)

August 3, 1968 Orange County Fairgrounds, Costa Mesa, CA (Newport Pop Festival, With Canned Heat, Chambers Brothers, Charles Lloyd Quartet, Country Joe and the Fish, Electric Flag, James Cotton Blues Band, Paul Butterfield Blues Band, Sonny & Cher, Steppenwolf, Tiny Tim)

August 9, 1968 Fairground Exposition Hall, Phoenix, AZ (cancelled appearance, 'Levity Ball', with Killing Floor & Red White & Blues Band with Mick Mashbir)

August 18, 1968 Cheetah, Los Angeles, CA (Brucemas, with Kaleidoscope (who Cancelled), Dino Valente (who Cancelled), The Sherwood Fields, Bluesberry Jam & The Gypsy Wizard, Black Pearl, Chicago Transit Authority, Illinoise Speed Press & Murray Roman)

September ?, 1968 Denver, CO (with Steppenwolf)

September 17, 1968 Fort Huachuca Barnes Field House, Sierra Vista, AZ

October 11, 1968 Philadelphia, PA (with MC5)

October 28, 1968 Crawford Hall, Irvine, CA (with Frank Zappa & Captain Beefheart)

November 1-3, 1968 The Bank, Torrance, CA (with Mint Tattoo & Pollution)

November 8, 1968 Cal State Fullerton Gymnasium, Fullerton, CA (supporting Frank Zappa)Didn’t happen/fake poster created

December 6-7, 1968 Shrine Exposition Hall, Los Angeles, CA (supporting Frank Zappa, with Ethiopia, GTO's, Wild Man Fisher & Easy Chair)

1969

January 2-8, 1969 Whisky-A-Go-Go, West Hollywood, CA (supporting (2-5) Led Zeppelin & (6-8) Buddy Miles Express)

February 19-23, 1969 Whisky-A-Go-Go, West Hollywood, CA (with Linda Ronstadt, who replaced Blue Cheer)

February 28, 1969 Winnipeg Arena, Winnipeg, MB (unconfirmed)

March 7-8, 1969 IDES Hall, Haywood, CA

March 14, 1969 White Room, Buena Park, CA (with The Stack & The Red Moss Blues Band)

March 15, 1969 Cal State, Fullerton, CA (with Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention)

March 16, 1969 Golden Gate Park Speedway Meadows, San Francisco, CA (Free Concert, with MC5, Boogie, Crazy Horse, Birth, Last Mile & Sons of Champlin)

March 27-29, 1969 Thee Experience, Los Angeles, CA (with Slim Harpo & Rockin' Foo)

March 30, 1969 Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco, CA

April ?, 1969 Hollywood Palladium, Hollywood, CA (Pop Expo)

April 18, 1969 Agrodome, Vancouver, BC (with Frank Zappa & Guess Who)

April 19, 1969 Seattle Center Arena, Seattle, WA (with Frank Zappa & Guess Who)

April 25-26, 1969 Paramount Theater, Phoenix, AZ ?

May ?, 1969 Philadelphia, PA (with MC5)

May 2, 1969 Old Mill, Ogden, UT

May 7, 1969 Kelker Junction Concert Hall, Colorado Springs, CO

May 15, 1969 Buena Park Orangethorpe, Gordon, CA (with Stack & Red Blues Band)

May 16-17, 1969 Black Dome, Cincinnati, OH

May 20, 1969 Kinetic Playground, Chicago, IL

May 23, 1969 Memorial Coliseum, Phoenix, AZ (with Blues Image & Iron Butterfly)

May 30-June 1, 1969 Electric Theater, Pittsburgh, PA

June 3, 1969 Salt Lake City, UT

June 6-7, 1969 Felt Forum, New York City, NY

June 11-12, 1969 Steve Paul's Scene, New York City, NY (with The Platters)

June 13, 1969 Electric Factory, Philadelphia, PA

June 14-16, 1969 Steve Paul's Scene, New York City, NY

June 21, 1969 Varsity Stadium, Toronto, ON (Toronto Pop Festival)

June 26-28, 1969 The Boston Tea Party, Boston, MA (supporting Chicago Transit Authority)

June 27-29, 1969 Denver, CO (cancelled appearance, Denver Pop Festival)

July 1, 1969 Central Theater, Passaic, NJ

July 3, 1969 Reed’s Ranch, Colorado Springs, CO

July 4-5, 1969 Roosevelt Raceway, Westbury, NY (New York City Pop Festival)

July 5, 1969 Michigan (Saugatuak Pop Festival)

July 9, 1969 Senior High Gymnasium, Dubuque, IA

July 11-12, 1969 Kinetic Playground, Chicago, IL

July 13, 1969 Tyrone Guthrie, Milwaukee, WI (with Frank Zappa and the Mothers)

July 18, 1969 Terrace Ballroom, Salt Lake City, UT

July 25, 1969 Gold Creek Park, Woodinville, WA (Seattle Pop Festival)

July 26, 1969 University of Oregon Hayward Field, Eugene, OR (Eugene Pop Festival)

July 27, 1969 Eugene Armory, Eugene, OR

July 29-30, 1969 Masonic Temple, Portland, OR (with Steve Miller Band, Total Eclipse)

August 3, 1969 Sportsman's Park, Mount Clemens, MI (Mount Clemens Pop Festival, With Eric Burdon, County Joe & the Fish, John Mayall, MC5, Stooges, Muddy Waters, T-bone Walker, Cat Mother & the All Night Newsboys, McCoys, Rush, Frut of the Loom, Red White & Blues Band, Savage, Grave, Ted Lucas, Pleasure Seekers, Mainline, Charlie latimer, Frijid Pink, Owen Love, Attack)

August 8-9, 1969 Eastown Theater, Detroit, MI (with Savage Grace & All the Lonely People)

August 13, 1969 Wonderland Gardens, London, ON (Wonderland Pop Festival, with Frank Zappa, Funky Parliaments, Terry & The Pyrates & Solid State)

August 14, 1969 Eugene Armory, Eugene, OR

August 21, 1969 Eugene Armory, Eugene, OR

August 24, 1969 Paradise Valley Resort, Squamish, BC (Vancouver Pop Festival)

August 26, 1969 Carrawee Ballroom, Flatrock, MI (with The Excells)

August 30, 1969 Silverbell Club, Clarkston, MI (Or could be State Fair, Salem, OR with The Sunday Funnies or Box Tops)

August 31, 1969 CNE Galaxii, Toronto, ON

September 13, 1969 Toronto, ON (Rock and Roll Revival Festival)

September 14, 1969 Raceway Park, Toledo, OH (Toledo Pop Festival, with MC5, The Amboy Dukes, The Frost, The Rationals & Früt)

September 16, 1969 Fillmore Room, Buffalo, NY (with Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention)

September 26, 1969 Gilligan’s Club, Buffalo, NY

September ?, 1969 Max's Kansas City, New York City, NY (with The Turtles, MC5, The Amboy Dukes, The Frost & The Rationals)

October 4, 1969 Convention Center, Las Vegas, NV (2 shows)

October 11-12, 1969 Grande Riviera, Detroit, MI (with The Who & Mylon Le Fevre. Alice might have only performed on the 11th)

October 24, 1969 Winterland, San Francisco, CA (with Jefferson Airplane, The Grateful Dead, the Sons of Champlins, It's a Beautiful Day, Ike & Tina Turner & Glenn McKay's Head Lights)

October 30-November 2, 1969 Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA (Supporting It's A Beautiful Day & Ike & Tina Turner)

October 31, 1969 Olympia Stadium, Detroit, MI (Black Arts Rock 'n' Roll Show. Alice Cooper were listed, but did not actually play)

November 1, 1969 Grande Riviera, Detroit, MI (with The Amboy Dukes, SRC & Richmond) ??

December 29, 1969 Aragon Ballroom, Chicago, IL (Chicago Pop Festival)

December 31, 1969 Masonic Temple Auditorium, Toronto, ON (With Teegarden, Van Winkle, Keith McKie & Sunnyside Symphonia)

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