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1961

The Panthers Pete Ham (lead guitar) Ronald "Ron" Griffiths (bass guitar) David "Dai" Jenkins (rhythm guitar) Roy Anderson (drums)

After playing under various names, including The Black Velvets and the Wild Ones, by 1964 they had settled on The Iveys, after a street in Swansea called Ivey Place.

1964

The Iveys

Prior to being called The Iveys, the group performed locally under the names: The Panthers, The Black Velvets, and The Wild Ones.

The Iveys (1st line-up)

  • David Jenkins
  • Terry Gleason
  • Pete Ham
  • Ron Griffiths

Fall, 1964 Bonymaen Rugby Club, Swansea, WAL (Local Talent Contest, performing "If I Loved You" (from the musical "Carousel". The Iveys come 3rd)

November 7, 1964 Sketty Hall, Swansea, WAL (The Iveys made a dramatic entrance to this gig by marching onto stage... with Pete playing guitar, Ron playing bass, Terry Gleason playing a single military drum, and David Jenkins playing a trumpet)

November 14, 1964 Clyne Cellar Club, Swansea University, WAL

December 1, 1964 Ritz Entertainments Club, Skewen, WAL (with The Jets, The Misfits & The Comancheroes)

1965

January 1, 1965 Langland Court Hotel, Swansea, WAL (Red Cross New Year Twist Party)

January 31, 1965 Tivoli's, Mumbles, WAL (with The Jets. Martin Ace filled-in on bass for a hospitalized Ron Griffiths)

February 6, 1965 Tivoli's, Mumbles, WAL (with The Jets)

February 9, 1965 Ritz Entertainments Club, Skewen, WAL (with The Bystanders & The Corncrackers)

February 12, 1965 Tivoli's, Mumbles, WAL

February 13, 1965 Memorial Hall, Burryport, WAL (with The Corncrackers)

February 27, 1965 Ritz Entertainments Club, Skewen, WAL (with The Wild Ones)

The Iveys (2nd line-up)

  • David Jenkins
  • Pete Ham
  • Ron Griffiths
  • Mike Gibbins

March 10, 1965 Lodge Cinema, Briton Ferry, Swansea, WAL (with Tommy Bruce, Teresa Cari & The Bystanders, The Blackjacks, The Wild Ones, The Jets, The Four Sevens & The Westerners. Mike's first gig with The Iveys, replacing Terry Gleason)

March 13, 1965 Tivoli's, Mumbles, WAL (with The Bystanders)

March 16, 1965 Ritz Entertainments Club, Skewen, WAL (with The Eyes Of Blue, The Wild Ones & The Jets)

March 18, 1965 The Glen Ballroom, Llanelli, WAL (with The Corncrackers)

March 20, 1965 Ritz Entertainments Club, Skewen, WAL (with The Fleetwoods

March 23, 1965 Patti Pavilion, Swansea, WAL (with The Eyes Of Blue & Echoretz)

March 27, 1965 Ritz Entertainments Club, Skewen, WAL (with The Bystanders)

April 1, 1965 Ritz Entertainments Club, Skewen, WAL (with The Eyes Of Blue)

April 3, 1965 Ritz Entertainments Club, Skewen, WAL (with The Wild Ones)

April 19, 1965 Drill Hall, Llandeilo, WAL (Grand Holiday Dance)

April 22, 1965 Ritz Entertainments Club, Skewen, WAL (with The Corncrackers

April 26, 1965 Langland Court Hotel, unknown town, WAL (Red Cross charity concert)

April 29, 1965 Ritz Entertainments Club, Skewen, WAL (with The Jets)

May 8, 1965 Ritz Entertainments Club, Skewen, WAL (with The Kingpins)

June 8, 1965 Afan Lido, Port Talbot, WAL (with The Echoretz)

June 10, 1965 Ritz Entertainments Club, Skewen, WAL (with The Blackjacks)

June 17, 1965 Afan Lido, Port Talbot, WAL

July 1, 1965 Ritz Entertainments Club, Skewen, WAL (Grand Carnival Ball, with Nashville Teens & The Kingpins)

July 9, 1965 Seven Sisters Rugby Club, Swansea, WAL

July 15, 1965 Ritz Entertainments Club, Skewen, WAL (with The Who & The Eyes Of Blue)

July 24, 1965 Ritz Entertainments Club, Skewen, WAL (with The Kingpins)

July 29, 1965 Ritz Entertainments Club, Skewen, WAL (with Geno Washington & The Eyes Of Blue)

August 5, 1965 Ritz Entertainments Club, Skewen, WAL (Dracula's Ball, with Screaming Lord Sutch & The Kingpins)

August 14, 1965 Ritz Entertainments Club, Skewen, WAL (with The Kingpins)

August 19, 1965 Ritz Entertainments Club, Skewen, WAL (with Nashville Teens & The Kingpins)

August 22, 1965 Ritz Entertainments Club, Skewen, WAL

August 24, 1965 Haggars Ballroom, Pembroke, WAL (with Wayne Fontana)

September 1, 1965 Fountain's Disco (Tenby Beach), Tenby, WAL

September 2, 1965 Ritz Entertainments Club, Skewen, WAL (with Lulu & The Luvvers & The Smokestacks)

September 5, 1965 Ritz Entertainments Club, Skewen, WAL (with Lulu & The Luvvers & The Smokestacks)

September 12, 1965 Ritz Entertainments Club, Skewen, WAL (with Lulu & The Luvvers & The Smokestacks)

September 16, 1965 Ritz Entertainments Club, Skewen, WAL (with The Kingpins & Herbie Goins & The Night-timers)

September 23, 1965 Ritz Entertainments Club, Skewen, WAL (with The Honeycombs & The Eyes Of Blue)

October 4, 1965 The Glen Ballroom, Llanelli, WAL (with Missing Links, Saints & DB5)

October 9, 1965 Ritz Entertainments Club, Skewen, WAL (with The Smokestacks)

October 14, 1965 Ritz Entertainments Club, Skewen, WAL (with The Hollies & The Kingpins)

October 16, 1965 Ritz Entertainments Club, Skewen, WAL (with The Smokestacks)

October 17, 1965 Ritz Entertainments Club, Skewen, WAL

November 11, 1965 Ritz Entertainments Club, Skewen, WAL (with The Merseybeats & The Smokestacks)

November 20, 1965 Afan Lido, Port Talbot, WAL (with The Dekkas)

November 25, 1965 Ritz Entertainments Club, Skewen, WAL (with The Rockin' Berries & The Smokestacks)

November 30, 1965 Ritz Entertainments Club, Skewen, WAL (Club Charity Dance in aid of Skewen Old Age Pensioners, with The Eyes Of Blue, The Smokestacks & The Kingpins)

December 3, 1965 The Regal Ballroom, Ammanford, WAL (with The Fireflies)

December 4, 1965 The Regal Ballroom, Ammanford, WAL (with Wayne & The Comets)

December 9, 1965 Ritz Entertainments Club, Skewen, WAL (with Wayne Fontana, The Eyes Of Blue & The Better Days)

December 10, 1965 The Regal Ballroom, Ammanford, WAL (with Wayne Fontana & The Eyes Of Blue)

December 11, 1965 The Regal Ballroom, Ammanford, WAL (with The Smokestacks)

December 12, 1965 Ritz Entertainments Club, Skewen, WAL

December 16, 1965 The Regal Ballroom, Ammanford, WAL (with The Comancheroes)

December 16, 1965 Ritz Entertainments Club, Skewen, WAL (with The Eyes Of Blue)

December 23, 1965 Ritz Entertainments Club, Skewen, WAL (with Geno Washington & The Ram Jam Band & The Eyes Of Blue)

December 27, 1965 Ritz Entertainments Club, Skewen, WAL (with The Eyes Of Blue)

1966

The Iveys' first year with some success. On March 11, they met their mentor/manager, Bill Collins. On July 2, they relocated to London so they could work as a backing group for singer David Garrick.

January 1, 1966 Ritz Entertainments Club, Skewen, WAL (with The Smokestacks

January 8, 1966 Afan Lido, Port Talbot, WAL (with The Sensational Sultans)

January 13, 1966 Embassy Ballroom, Swansea, WAL

January 22, 1966 Ritz Entertainments Club, Skewen, WAL (with The Jets)

January 27, 1966 Ritz Entertainments Club, Skewen, WAL (with The Moody Blues & The Eyes Of Blue)

February 5, 1966 Ritz Entertainments Club, Skewen, WAL (with Echoretz)

February 10, 1966 Ritz Entertainments Club, Skewen, WAL (Valentine Ball, with The Merseybeats & The Eyes Of Blue

February 12, 1966 Afan Lido, Port Talbot, WAL (with The Eyes Of Blue)

March 5, 1966 Ritz Entertainments Club, Skewen, WAL (with The Blues Organisation

March 10, 1966 Embassy Ballroom, Swansea, WAL

March 11, 1966 Regal Ballroom, Ammanford, WAL (with The Mojos & The Blues Organisation)

March 12, 1966 Charlton Ballroom, Kidwelly, WAL (with The Agents 4. Mike Gibbins' 17th birthday)

March 14, 1966 Glen Ballroom, Llanelli, WAL (replacing The Eyes Of Blue)

March 17, 1966 Afan Lido, Port Talbot, WAL (with Unit 4 Plus 2)

March 21, 1966 Glen Ballroom, Llanelli, WAL (with Lott13, Eyes Of Blue & Swansea Drifters

March 23, 1966 Charlton Ballroom, Kidwelly, WAL

March 25, 1966 Craigcefn Parc Hall, Swansea, WAL

March 25, 1966 Regal Ballroom, Ammanford, WAL (with Eyes Of Blue, The King Bees & The Blues Organisation)

March 26, 1966 Glen Ballroom, Llanelli, WAL (with The Pimples)

March 31, 1966 Ritz Entertainments Club, Skewen, WAL (with The Spencer Davis Group & Eyes Of Blue)

April 2, 1966 Glen Ballroom, Llanelli, WAL (with Swansea Drifters)

April 7, 1966 Ritz Entertainments Club, Skewen, WAL

April 9, 1966 Black Lion Hotel, Cardigan, WAL

April 11, 1966 Afan Lido, Port Talbot, WAL (with The Dekkas)

April 14, 1966 Ritz Entertainments Club, Skewen, WAL (with Manfred Mann

April 15, 1966 Regal Ballroom, Ammanford, WAL (with Manfred Mann & Blues Organisation)

April 16, 1966 Ritz Entertainments Club, Skewen, WAL (with Eyes Of Blue)

April 18, 1966 Glen Ballroom, Llanelli, WAL

April 23, 1966 Ritz Entertainments Club, Skewen, WAL (with Kingbees)

April 25, 1966 Garnant Club, Swansea, WAL

April 26, 1966 St. Benedicts Club, Swansea, WAL

April 29, 1966 Regal Ballroom, Ammanford, WAL (with The Merseybeats & Eyes Of Blue)

April 30, 1966 Ritz Entertainments Club, Skewen, WAL (with Lott 13)

May 2, 1966 Glen Ballroom, Llanelli, WAL (with Swansea Drifters)

May 12, 1966 Ritz Entertainments Club, Skewen, WAL (with The Yardbirds & The Eyes Of Blue)

May 14, 1966 Afan Lido, Port Talbot, WAL (with The Chicos)

May 16, Glen Ballroom, Llanelli, WAL (with The Kelts)

May 28, 1966 Ritz Entertainments Club, Skewen, WAL (with The Jug And Bottle Set

May 30, Glen Ballroom, Llanelli, WAL (with The N.M.O.)

June 7, 1966 Empire Ballroom, Neath, WAL (2 sets)

June 13, Glen Ballroom, Llanelli, WAL

June 18, 1966 Ritz Entertainments Club, Skewen, WAL (with The Kingbees)

June 20, 1966 Glen Ballroom, Llanelli, WAL

June 24, 1966 London, ENG (audition for singer David Garrick and his manager, Robert Wace)

June 25, 1966 Seaside Pavilion, Port Talbot, WAL

June 25, 1966 Afan Lido, Port Talbot, WAL (with The Sect Maniacs)

July 2-3, 1966 Maximum Sound, London, ENG (rehearsing with David Garrick)

July 8, 1966 7 Club, Shrewsbury, ENG (backing David Garrick, with The Karakters)

July 9, 1966 Gaiety Ballroom, Ramsey, ENG (backing David Garrick, with The Raging Sons)

July 10, 1966 Olympia, Cromer, ENG (backing David Garrick, with Garry Freeman and The Contours)

July 11-12, 1966 Franklyn Boyd's, London, ENG (rehearsal)

July 14, 1966 Dreamland, Margate, ENG (The Iveys performed their own set as a replacement for The Kinks when guitarist Dave Davies became ill, and also backed David Garrick)

July 15, 1966 Memorial Hall, Newmarket, ENG (backing David Garrick, with The Survivors)

July 21, 1966 Golders Green Cavalier Club, London, ENG (The groups first London gig)

July 25, 1966 Kimbell's Ballroom, Portsmouth, ENG (with Chris Farlowe)

July 28, 1966 Dreamland, Margate, ENG

July 31, 1966 The Shoreline, Bognor, ENG

August 1, 1966 Oasis Club, Portsmouth, ENG

August 6, 1966 Boston, ENG (backing David Garrick, with Solomon Burke)

August 13, 1966 Espresso Continental, Eastbourne, ENG

August 19, 1966 Axminster, ENG (backing David Garrick)

August 20, 1966 St. George's Hall, Exeter, ENG (backing David Garrick, with The Mystery Group)

August 27, 1966 7 Club, Shrewsbury, ENG

August 28, 1966 Blue Angel, Liverpool, ENG

August 29, 1966 Cavern Club, Liverpool, ENG

September 3, 1966 Glen Ballroom, Llanelli, WAL

September 10, 1966 Flamingo Club, London, ENG (with Zuyder Zee)

September 11, 1966 Scotch Of St. James, London, ENG

September 17, 1966 La Scala, Runcorn, ENG

September 24, 1966 Flamingo Club, London, ENG

September 24, 1966 Sybilla's, London, ENG

September 30, 1966 Flamingo Club, London, ENG

October 1, 1966 Corby, ENG

October 7, 1966 Seven Club, Shrewsbury, ENG

October 8-9, 1966 La Scala, Runcorn, ENG

October 14, 1966 Liverpool College, Liverpool, ENG

October 15, 1966 Dudley College, Dudley, ENG

October 16, 1966 Sumner House, Kings Winsford, ENG

October 17, 1966 Newcastle-u-Lyne, ENG

October 18, 1966 Shenley Youth Centre, Birmingham, ENG

October 19, 1966 Cleveland Arms, Wolverhampton, ENG

October 20, 1966 Palais de Danse, Ashton-under-Lyne, ENG (backing David Garrick)

October 21, 1966 Tabernacle, Stockport, ENG (backing David Garrick)

October 22, 1966 New Century Hall, Manchester, ENG (backing David Garrick, with Doyle and Eager & The Pips Ways)

October 23, 1966 Tabernacle, Stockport, ENG (backing David Garrick)

October 28, 1966 Flamingo Club, London, ENG

October 29, 1966 East Finchley Youth Club, London, ENG (Brian Epstein in attendance)

October 30, 1966 Downbeat, Liverpool, ENG (David Jenkins' 21st birthday)

October 30, 1966 Mardi-Gras, Liverpool, ENG (evening)

October 30, 1966 Blue Angel Club, Liverpool, ENG (overnight)

November 3, 1966 East Finchley Youth Club, London, ENG

November 5, 1966 Arcadia, Bray, IRE (backing David Garrick)

November 6, 1966 Town Hall, Cork, IRE (backing David Garrick)

November 7, 1966 Dublin Downtown, Dublin, IRE (cancelled when The Iveys missed their plane)

November 8, 1966 The Playhouse, Walton-On-Thames, ENG

November 9, 1966 Ritz Entertainments Club, Skewen, WAL

November 13, 1966 Mecca, Blackpool, ENG

November 15, 1966 El Partido, Lewisham, ENG (David Garrick's appearance on Beat Club TV lip-synching to "Dear Mrs. Applebee" was broadcast today)

November 21, 1966 Marquee, London, ENG (with Brian Auger & The Other Thing featuring Julie Driscoll)

November 22, 1966 Bethnal Green Green Gates, London, ENG

November 26, 1966 Alexander Hall, Halifax, ENG (backing David Garrick)

November 27, 1966 Las Vegas Club, Dewsbury, ENG (backing David Garrick)

December 2, 1966 The Covered Market Hall, Carlisle, ENG (backing David Garrick, with 22nd Street People & The Square Chex)

December 3, 1966 The Playhouse, Walton-On-Thames, ENG

December 4, 1966 Bluesette Club, Leatherhead, ENG

December 7, 1966 Top Rank Suite, Wolverhampton, ENG (backing David Garrick)

December 9, 1966 Marquee, London, ENG (with The Sands)

December 10, 1966 Adelphi, West Bromwich, ENG

December 11, 1966 La Scala, Runcorn, ENG (with Drifting Sands)

December 15, 1966 Royal Ballet Hammersmith, London, ENG

December 16, 1966 Tabernacle, Stockport, ENG

December 17, 1966 II Rando, Leicester, ENG

December 18, 1966 Welcome Inn, Eltham, ENG

December 20, 1966 Whiskey A-Go-Go, London, ENG

December 21, 1966 Ludwick Youth Hall, Welwyn Garden City, ENG (with The Question)

December 22, 1966 Marquee, London, ENG (with Pink Floyd)

December 23, 1966 Blaises, London, ENG

December 26, 1966 Glen Ballroom, Llanelli, WAL (with New Mayfair Orchestra)

December 30, 1966 Queen's Rink Ballroom, West Hartlepool, ENG (backing David Garrick, with The Tricity Clan & Russ and the Nickels)

December 31, 1966 Tabernacle, Stockport, ENG (backing David Garrick)

1967

January 2, 1967 Staffordshire Yeoman, Stafford, ENG

January 3, 1967 Bethnal Green Green Gates, London, ENG

January 14, 1967 Union Rowing Club, Nottingham, ENG

January 19, 1967 Locarno, Burnley, ENG

January 21, 1967 Tiles, London, ENG (with The Twilights)

January 24, 1967 Adelphi, Slough, ENG

January 27, 1967 Victoria Hall, Oakham, ENG

January 28, 1967 YMCA Herbert St., Gloucester, ENG

February 3, 1967 Tabernacle, Stockport, ENG

February 4, 1967 Dorothy Ballroom, Cambridge, ENG (with The Bread)

February 5, 1967 White Hart Tottenham, London, ENG

February 7, 1967 Bethnal Green Green Gates, London, ENG

February 10, 1967 Bluesette Club, Leatherhead, ENG

February 11, 1967 Le Carnaby Club, Loughborough, ENG

February 12, 1967 Starlite Ballroom, Greenford, ENG (with The Who)

February 14, 1967 The Playhouse, Walton-On-Thames, ENG

February 17, 1967 Claudette Club, Epson, ENG

February 18, 1967 Queens Hall, Barnstaple, ENG (with Wynder K. Frog)

February 20, 1967 Community Centre, Welwyn, ENG

February 22, 1967 Dreamland, Margate, ENG

February 23, 1967 Graves Grove Community Centre, Harlow, ENG (with Alan Bown Set)

February 24, 1967 The Tower, Blackpool, ENG (with The Graham Bond Organisation, The Easybeats & The Cryin' Shames)

February 25, 1967 La Scala, Runcorn, ENG

February 26, 1967 Welcome Inn, Eltham, ENG

March 2, 1967 Locarno, Burnley, ENG

March 3, 1967 Glenlyn Ballroom, Forest Hill, ENG

March 4, 1967 Rub-A-Dub Club, Reading, ENG

March 5, 1967 New Yorker Discotheque, Swindon, ENG (with Jo Jo Gunne & The Inspiration)

March 6, 1967 Glen Ballroom, Llanelli, WAL (with The Outer Limits)

March 7, 1967 British Legion Club, Briton Ferry, WAL

March 9, 1967 Collos Cathedral Club, Newport, WAL

March 11, 1967 Ritz Ballroom, Bournemouth, ENG

March 16, 1967 Empire Ballroom, Neath, WAL

March 17, 1967 Koo-Koo Byrd Club, Cardiff, WAL

March 25, 1967 Elm Hotel, Leigh-On-Sea, ENG

March 26, 1967 Starlite Ballroom, Crawley, ENG

March 27, 1967 Victoria Hall, Oakham, ENG

March 30, 1967 The Discotech, Bristol, ENG

March 31, 1967 Starlite Ballroom, Crawley, ENG (with Chris Farlowe)

April 1, 1967 Glenlyn Ballroom, Forest Hill, ENG (2 sets)

April 7, 1967 Tabernacle, Stockport, ENG (with The Manchester Playboys)

April 11, 1967 The Playhouse, Walton-On-Thames, ENG

April 14, 1967 Glenlyn Ballroom, Forest Hill, ENG

April 15, 1967 Evington Boys Club, Leicester, ENG

April 16, 1967 Cooksferry Inn, Edmonton, ENG

April 20, 1967 RAF, St. Athens, ENG

April 21-22, 1967 Temple Bar Hotel, London, ENG

April 24, 1967 Glen Ballroom, Llanelli, WAL (with Headline News)

April 26, 1967 Glanmor Jazz Club, Swansea, WAL

April 27, 1967 Empire Ballroom, Neath, WAL

April 28-30, 1967 Kings Head, London, ENG (The Corncrackers)

May 4, 1967 Summer House Hotel, Kingswinford, ENG

May 5, 1967 Koo-Koo Byrd Club, Cardiff, WAL

May 6, 1967 Corn Exchange, Bristol, ENG

May 7, 1967 Gold Crest Club, Pembroke, ENG

May 8, 1967 Robin Hood, Dagenham, ENG

May 11, 1967 Blackpool Works, Worcester, ENG (with The Corncrackers)

May 12, 1967 Fiesta Ballroom, Andover, ENG

May 13, 1967 London Hotel, Southend-On-Sea, ENG

May 14, 1967 Starlite Ballroom, Crawley, ENG

May 18, 1967 Railway Hotel, Tilbury, ENG

May 20, 1967 Princess Ballroom, Halifax, ENG

May 21, 1967 Welcome Inn, Eltham, ENG

May 22, 1967 Atlanta Ballroom, Woking, ENG

May 26, 1967 Victoria Ballroom, Oakham, ENG

May 27, 1967 Dorothy Ballroom, Cambridge, ENG

May 28, 1967 King Alfred, Catford, ENG

May 29, 1967 Staffordshire Yeoman, Stafford, ENG

June 1, 1967 Locarno, Stevenage, ENG

June 2, 1967 Kings College, Chesham, ENG

June 3, 1967 Assembly Hall, Framlingham, ENG (with Wild Oats)

June 4, 1967 Maids Head, Kings Lynn, ENG

June 5, 1967 Starlite Ballroom, Herne Bay, ENG

June 6, 1967 The Elms, Southend, ENG

June 9, 1967 Ballroom Over Burtons, Uxbridge, ENG (with Guy Darrel)

June 10, 1967 Evington Boys Club, Leicester, ENG

June 14, 1967 Glanmor Jazz Club, Swansea, WAL (with The Eyes Of Blue)

June 15, 1967 Empire Ballroom, Neath, WAL

June 16, 1967 Swansea University, Swansea, WAL (with Simon Dupree, The Eyes Of Blue, Jug & Bottle Set & Cock-A-Hoop)

June 17, 1967 The PlayHouse, Walton-On-Thames, ENG

June 18, 1967 John's Children Club, Leatherhead, ENG

June 20, 1967 Starlite Ballroom, Herne Bay, ENG

June 22, 1967 SummerHouse Hotel, Kingsford, ENG

June 23, 1967 Manchester University, Manchester, ENG

June 24, 1967 The Catacombs, Eastbourne, ENG (with Mr. Hyp)

June 25, 1967 Wheels Discotheque, Reading, ENG (with Cream)

June 26-July 1, 1967 Watersplash Nite Club, Walsall, ENG (with Montanas on 28th)

July 2, 1967 Royal Oak, Leicester, ENG

July 6, 1967 Whiskey A-Go-Go, London, ENG

July 7, 1967 Tigers Head, Catford, ENG

July 8, 1967 London Hotel, Southend, ENG

July 9, 1967 Golden Diamond, Sutton-In-Ashfield, ENG

July 14, 1967 Glanmor Jazz Club, Swansea, WAL

July 15, 1967 U.S. Air Force Base, Ditton Priors, ENG

July 16, 1967 Crown & Cushion, Birmingham, ENG

July 17, 1967 Penny Farthing Club, Southend, ENG

July 18, 1967 Chateau Imphey, Droitwich, ENG

July 20, 1967 Marquee, London, ENG (with Marmalade)

July 21, 1967 Civic Hall, Wolverhampton, ENG

July 22, 1967 Princess Ballroom, Halifax, ENG

July 25, 1967 W.M. Club, Cannock, ENG

July 27, 1967 Kingfisher Club, Kingswinsford, ENG (with The Fourmost)

July 29, 1967 Town Hall, Walsall, ENG (with The Exception)

July 30, 1967 Summer House, Kingswinsford, ENG

August 1967 Tom Evans replaces Dave Jenkins

August 4, 1967 Witch Doctor, Catford, ENG

August 5, 1967 Adelphi Ballroom, Slough, ENG

August 7, 1967 W.M. Club, Kettering, ENG

August 10, 1967 Whiskey A-Go-Go, London, ENG

August 11, 1967 Golden Diamond, Sutton-In-Ashfield, ENG

August 12, 1967 Herbert YMCA, Gloucester, ENG

August 20, 1967 Starlite Ballroom, Crawley, ENG (Tom's first gig with The Iveys after replacing Dave Jenkins)

The Iveys (3rd line-up)

  • Tom Evans
  • Mike Gibbins
  • Pete Ham
  • Ron Griffiths

August 21, 1967 Astor Theatre, Deal, ENG

August 24, 1967 Marquee, London, ENG

August 25-26, 1967 Dorothy Ballroom, Cambridge, ENG (with Bob Kidman and His Band, The Country Cousins, The Angelo Six, The South Side Jazz Band)

August 27, 1967 Upper Cut, London, ENG (with The Kinks)

August 28, 1967 Golden Torch Ballroom, Stoke-On-Trent, ENG (with The Kinks)

August 30, 1967 Glanmor Jazz Club, Swansea, WAL

August 31, 1967 Adams Beach Ballroom, Merthyr Tydfil, WAL

September 1, 1967 The Harrows, Abbey Wood, ENG

September 2, 1967 Temple Bar Hotel, London, ENG

September 7, 1967 Palais de Danse, Nottingham, ENG

September 8, 1967 Pavilion Ballroom, Porthcawl, WAL (with The Eyes Of Blue)

September 9, 1967 Temple Bar Hotel, London, ENG

September 10, 1967 Bluesette Club, Leatherhead, ENG

September 11, 1967 Golden Torch Club, Tunstall, ENG

September 16, 1967 Marquee, London, ENG (with The Dream)

September 19, 1967 W.M. Club, Cannock, ENG

September 21, 1967 Seahawk Club, Helston, ENG

September 21, 1967 H.M.S. Culdrose, Culdrose, WAL

September 22, 1967 Concord Club, Bridport, ENG

September 23, 1967 Princess Ballroom, Yeovil, ENG (with West Coast Vision)

September 24, 1967 Brett's Club, Oxford, ENG

September 25, 1967 Redliffe Hotel, Swansea, WAL

September 26, 1967 Hen & Chicken, Langley, ENG (with The Cabinet)

September 28, 1967 Adams Beach Ballroom, Merthyr Tydfil, WAL

September 29, 1967 Glanmor Jazz Club, Swansea, WAL

September 30, 1967 Empire Ballroom, Neath, WAL (with Wedgewood Blues)

October 2, 1967 Staffordshire Yeoman, Stafford, ENG

October 5, 1967 Adams Beach Ballroom, Merthyr Tydfil, WAL

October 13, 1967 Ship & Rainbow, Wolverhampton, ENG

October 14, 1967 Marquee, London, ENG (with The Neat Change)

October 16-22, 1967 Scotsman Club, Cologne, GER (with Pinky & The Fellas)

October 23-31, 1967 Storyville Club, Cologne, GER (with The Fireballs)

November 2-12, 1967 Storyville Club, Cologne, GER (with The Gentle People on 2nd & 3rd)

November 14-15, 1967 Storyville Club, Cologne, GER

November 17, 1967 Thingamajig Club, Reading, ENG

November 18, 1967 Flamingo Club, London, ENG

November 23-24, 1967 Roundabout Club, Aldershot, ENG

November 25, 1967 Prudential Sports Club, Reading, ENG

November 30, 1967 Marquee, London, ENG (with Marmalade)

December 1, 1967 Golden Torch Club, Tunstall, ENG

December 2, 1967 New Century Hall, Manchester, ENG (with The Temptations)

December 6, 1967 Queens Hall, Burslem, ENG

December 8, 1967 Kiosk Club, Castleford, ENG

December 10, 1967 Wagon And Horses, Stoke-On-Trent, ENG

December 14, 1967 Queens Hall, Burslem, ENG

December 15, 1967 Kabels Club, Prescot, ENG

December 16, 1967 Civic Hall, Hednesford, ENG (with The Living Kind)

December 17, 1967 Bluesette Club, Leatherhead, ENG (with Johns Children)

December 19, 1967 Golden Torch Club, Tunstall, ENG

December 20, 1967 St. Matthews Youth Club, Reading, ENG

December 22, 1967 Corn Hall Discotheque, ?, ENG

December 23, 1967 Queens Hall, Burslem, ENG (with Yaboos)

December 26, 1967 Royal Lido, Prestatyn, WAL

December 27, 1967 Glanmor Jazz Club, Swansea, WAL

December 29, 1967 Church Hall, Fishguard, WAL (with The Dream)

December 30, 1967 Golden Torch Club, Tunstall, ENG

December 31, 1967 Thingamajig Club, Reading, ENG

1968

January 6, 1968 Marquee, London, ENG (with The Open Mind)

January 11, 1968 Hebburn Workingman's Club, Newcastle-on-Tyne, ENG

January 12, 1968 Technical College, Chelmsford, ENG (with The Glass Opening)

January 13, 1968 The Spa Lounge, Cheltenham, ENG

January 14, 1968 Bank Hall Miners Club, Burnley, ENG

January 19, 1968 Queens Hall, Burslem, ENG (2 shows, with Geno Washington)

January 20, 1968 Thingamajig Club, Reading, ENG

January 21, 1968 Summerhouse, Kingswinsford, ENG

January 25, 1968 Marquee, London, ENG (with The Neat Change)

January 26, 1968 Youth Club, Peterborough, ENG (with The Track)

January 27, 1968 Dorothy Ballroom, Cambridge, ENG (with The Bubble)

February 2, 1968 Royal Art College, London, ENG (with Black Cat Bones)

February 3, 1968 Marquee, London, ENG (with The Open Mind)

February 8, 1968 Silver Horse Club, Arborfield, ENG

February 10, 1968 Embassy Suite, Colchester, ENG

February 14, 1968 St. Matthews Youth Club, Reading, ENG

February 14, 1968 Thingamajig Club, Reading, ENG

February 17, 1968 Top Spot Ballroom, Rhos-On-Wye, WAL (with The Lot 4)

February 18, 1968 R.F. Club, Seven Sister, WAL

February 19, 1968 Langland Bay Hotel, Swansea, WAL

February 20, 1968 The Catholic Hall, Gorseinon, WAL

February 21, 1968 Glanmor Jazz Club, Swansea, WAL

February 22, 1968 RAF Club, St. Athens, WAL

February 23, 1968 Partycummer Workingman's Club, Swansea, WAL

February 24, 1968 Ritz Entertainments Club, Skewen, WAL (with The Powerstop)

March 3, 1968 Palais-de-Danse, Asthon-under-Lyne, ENG (2 shows)

March 7, 1968 Culdrose Sea Hawk Club, Helston, ENG

March 8, 1968 Freshwater East Club & Golden Sands Restaurant, Pembroke, WAL

March 10, 1968 Wharf Hotel, Worcester, ENG

March 11, 1968 The Yeoman, Stafford, ENG

March 12, 1968 Memorial Hall, Aberdare, WAL

March 14, 1968 Community & Youth Center, Milford Haven, WAL

March 15, 1968 Croesxyciliog Sec. School, Cwmbran, WAL

March 16, 1968 Caerlyon College, Newport, WAL

March 18, 1968 The Glen, Llanelli, WAL (2 shows, with Eyes Of Blue)

March 19, 1968 Top Rank Ballroom, Swansea, WAL

March 23, 1968 Marquee, London, ENG (supporting The Gods)

March 28, 1968 Thingamajig Club, Reading, ENG

March 29, 1968 St. Benedicts Club, Swansea, WAL

March 30, 1968 Castle Hotel, Llandovery, WAL

April 1, 1968 Langland Bay Hotel, Swansea, WAL (cancelled The Iveys were recording in London on April 2 & April 4)

April 5, 1968 Thingamajig Club, Reading, ENG

April 6, 1968 Queens Hall, Narbeth, WAL (with Granny's Intentions)

April 7, 1968 Woodpecker Club, Port Talbot, WAL (with Liquid Umbrella)

April 11, 1968 Litherland Town Hall, Liverpool, ENG

April 12, 1968 Kabel Club, Prescot, ENG

April 13, 1968 Harlequin Club, Liverpool, ENG

April 14, 1968 Sandwich Country Club, Warmingham, ENG

April 15, 1968 Black Lion, Cardigan, WAL (with The Fawn Glass)

April 17, 1968 St. Matthews Youth Club, Reading, ENG

April 18, 1968 Marquee, London, ENG (with Marmalade)

April 20, 1968 Evington Boys Club, Leicester, ENG

April 27, 1968 University of Wales, Aberystwyth, WAL (with The Scarlet O'Hara)

April 29, 1968 The Glen, Llanelli, WAL

May 4, 1968 Wellington Manor, Crowthorne, ENG

May 10, 1968 Sport Centre, Brackley, ENG (with The Maddening Crowd)

May 11, 1968 Cobweb Club Dolphin Ballroom, Hastings, ENG (with The Lace)

May 16, 1968 RAF Lythan, Chippenham, ENG (with Mandy)

May 17, 1968 Tottenham College Of Art Baronial Hall, London, ENG

May 23, 1968 Cambridge Hotel, Camberley, ENG

May 25, 1968 Atlantic College, Llantwitt Major, WAL

May 30, 1968 Thingamajig Club, Reading, ENG

June 1, 1968 Cavern Club, Liverpool, ENG

June 3, 1968 Ritz Ballroom, Rhyl, WAL

June 4, 1968 Church Hall, Aberdare, WAL

June 5, 1968 Pavilion, Hemel Hempstead, ENG (with John Fred & The Playboys)

June 6, 1968 Roman Way, Luton, ENG

June 8, 1968 Dorothy Ballroom, Cambridge, ENG

June 15-30, 1968 Ye Ye Club, Rimini, ITY (with (15th) I Titani, (16-21, 23-28) The Casuals & (29th) The Cliffters)

June 27, 1968 Cavern Club, Liverpool, ENG (cancelled appearance, with Status Quo, The Night Life, Thompsons Dark Space & Billy Butler)

July 4, 1968 Dreamland Ballroom, Margate, ENG (with Geno Washington)

July 5, 1968 Cavern Club, Margate, ENG

July 6-7, 1968 Dreamland Ballroom, Margate, ENG (with Jimmy James & The Vagabonds)

July 13, 1968 Marquee, London, ENG (with The Neat Change)

July 20, 1968 Cavern Club, Liverpool, ENG

July 21, 1968 Bowaters Club, Ellesmere Port, ENG

July 28, 1968 Seven Sisters RF Club, ?, WAL

July 29, 1968 Langland Bay Hotel, Swansea, WAL (with Eyes Of Blue)

August 3, 1968 Dorothy Ballroom, Cambridge, ENG

August 11, 1968 St. Patrick's Youth Centre, Walsall, ENG

August 17, 1968 Marquee, Baston, ENG (with Flower Pot Men & Muffin Bank)

August 23, 1968 Top Rank Suite, Swansea, WAL (with Four Grapes)

August 24, 1968 Sands Club, Merthyr Tydfil, WAL

August 29, 1968 Hilltop Hotel, Hatfield, ENG

September 6, 1968 Thingamajig Club, Reading, ENG (performed 3 sets)

September 13, 1968 Wellington Manor, Crowthorne, ENG (performed 3 sets)

September 20-21, 1968 Sibylla's Club, London, ENG

September 28, 1968 Starlite Ballroom, Boston, ENG (with Duster & Epics)

October 1, 1968 Del Arestusa, London, ENG

October 3, 1968 Cambridge Hotel, Camberley, ENG

October 4, 1968 Sibylla's Club, London, ENG

October 5, 1968 El Grotto Club, Ilford, ENG

October 6, 1968 Fryern's Community Centre, Basildon, ENG

October 7, 1968 Golden Torch, Stoke-On-Trent, ENG

October 9, 1968 Sibylla's Club, London, ENG

October 12, 1968 Faculty Of Technology, Manchester, ENG (with Fairport Convention)

October 13, 1968 Royal Naval Club, Widnes, ENG (performed 3 sets)

October 15, 1968 Viadnet Club, Newton-le-Willows, ENG

October 19, 1968 Town Hall, Abergavenny, WAL

October 20, 1968 Jewish Youth Club, Stanmore, ENG

October 25-26, 1968 Wellington Manor, Crowthorne, ENG

October 28-31-November 1, 1968 Sibylla's Club, London, ENG

November 2, 1968 Bentwaters U.S.A.F. Club, Woodbridge, ENG

November 3, 1968 Royal Pier Ballroom, Southampton, ENG

November 9, 1968 County Home of Lord Banbury, Circester, ENG

November 23, 1968 Hull University, Hull, ENG

November 27, 1968 Hatchett's Club, London, ENG (with The Playground)

December 7, 1968 Wellington Manor, Crowthorne, ENG

December 10, 1968 BBC Paris Cinema Studio, London, ENG (UK Radio "One O'Clock Club")

December 14, 1968 Rhodes Centre, Bishops Stortford, ENG (with Clem Curtis)

December 31, 1968 Alexandra Palace, London, ENG (New Years Eve Pop & Blues Party, with John Mayall, The Small Faces, The Gunn, Spooky Tooth, Free, Amen Corner, Joe Cocker & The Grease Band, The Flirtations, The Gods, Bonzo Dog Band, Kippington Lodege & The Big Movement. The Iveys didn't perform due to the show running late)

1969

January 1, 1969 Olympic Sound Studios, London, ENG (Recording backing tracks to "Maybe Tomorrow" & "And Her Daddy's A Millionaire" for broadcast on The Lulu TV Show)

January 2, 1969 Locarno, Portsmouth, ENG

January 3, 1969 Lafayette Club, Wolverhampton, ENG

January 4, 1969 London, ENG (UK TV "The Lulu TV Show")

January 6, 1969 Hatchett's Club, London, ENG

January 10, 1969 Wellington Manor, Crowthorne, ENG

January 17, 1969 College of Art, Cheltenham, ENG (with Heaven)

January 18, 1969 The Institute, Braintree, ENG

January 20, 1969 BBC's Maida Vale Studios, London, ENG (UK Radio session "Sounds Like Tony Brandon")

January 24, 1969 Glanmor Jazz Club, Swansea, WAL

January 25, 1969 Market Hall, HaverfordWest, WAL (with Haverson Apricot)

January 30, 1969 Brays Youth Club, Harlow, ENG

January 31, 1969 Swaversy College, Cambridge, ENG

February 1, 1969 Cavern Club, Liverpool, ENG

February 2, 1969 Spinning Disc, Leeds, ENG

February 4, 1969 Lansdowne Studios, London, ENG (UK TV "Discotecque" performing "Maybe Tomorrow")

Package Tour with Gene Pitney, Marmalade, The Iveys, Lucas and The Mike Cotton Sound, Joe Cocker and the Grease Band & (compere) Mike Quinn

February 7, 1969 Odeon, Birmingham, ENG (2 shows 6.30 & 9.00. Gene Pitney & Joe Cocker didn't appear due to bad weather conditions)

February 8, 1969 Lewisham Odeon, London, ENG (2 shows 6.30 & 9.00)

February 9, 1969 Gaumont, Southampton, ENG (2 shows 6.10 & 8.40)

February 11, 1969 Gaumont, Wolverhampton, ENG (2 shows 6.15 & 8.40)

February 12, 1969 Fairfield Hall, Croydon, ENG (2 shows 6.45 & 9.00)

February 13, 1969 ABC, Gloucester, ENG (2 shows 6.15 & 8.30)

February 14, 1969 Colston Hall, Bristol, ENG (2 shows 6.30 & 8.45)

February 15, 1969 Capitol Theatre, Cardiff, WAL (2 shows 6.30 & 9.00)

February 16, 1969 Coventry Theatre, Coventry, ENG (2 shows 6.00 & 8.30)

February 18, 1969 Adelphi, Slough, ENG (2 shows 6.40 & 8.50)

February 19, 1969 Gaumont, Ipswich, ENG (2 shows 6.45 & 8.55)

February 20, 1969 ABC, Peterborough, ENG (2 shows 6.15 & 8.30)

February 21, 1969 Finsbury Park Astoria, London, ENG (2 shows 6.40 & 9.10)

February 22, 1969 Gaumont, Doncaster, ENG (2 shows 6.30 & 8.45)

February 23, 1969 Empire Theatre, Liverpool, ENG (2 shows 5.30 & 8.00)

February 25, 1969 East Ham Granada, London, ENG (2 shows 7.00 & 9.10)

February 26, 1969 Regal, Cambridge, ENG (2 shows 6.15 & 8.30)

February 27, 1969 ABC, Lincoln, ENG (2 shows 6.15 & 8.30. Joe Cocker didn't appear)

February 28, 1969 Gaumont, Hanley, ENG (2 shows 6.55 & 9.10)

March 1, 1969 City Hall, Sheffield, ENG (2 shows 6.20 & 8.50)

March 2, 1969 De Montfort Hall, Leicester, ENG (2 shows 5.40 & 8.00)

March 4, 1969 Odeon, Glasgow, SCOT (2 shows 6.15 & 8.45)

March 5, 1969 ABC, Carlisle, ENG (2 shows 6.15 & 8.30)

March 6, 1969 ABC, Stockton, ENG (2 shows 6.15 & 8.30)

March 7, 1969 City Hall, Newcastle, ENG (2 shows 6.30 & 8.45)

March 8, 1969 Odeon, Manchester, ENG (2 shows 6.00 & 8.45)

March 9, 1969 ABC, Blackpool, ENG (2 shows 6.10 & 8.30)

end of GENE PITNEY TOUR

March 11, 1969 BBC's Aeolian Hall Studio, London, ENG (UK Radio "Jimmy Young Show" session)

March 13, 1969 London, ENG (UK radio "Dave Cash Show" session)

March 14, 1969 Winter Gardens Pavilion, Penzance, ENG

March 15, 1969 Blue Lagoon, New Quay, WAL

March 16, 1969 Top Rank Suite, Plymouth, ENG

March 20, 1969 Town Hall, Reading, ENG (with The Move)

March 21, 1969 Royal Lancaster University Ballroom, London, ENG (with The Tremeloes, Harmony Trass, Bob Kerr's Whoopee Band & Paul Newman's Spice)

March 22, 1969 College of Technology, Wolverhampton, ENG (with Bob Kerr's Whoopee Band)

March 27, 1969 Chatham, ENG (cancelled)

March 28, 1969 Dreamland, Margate, ENG (cancelled)

March 29, 1969 Barn Club, Little Bardfield, ENG

March 30, 1969 Tower Ballroom, Great Yarmouth, ENG (with Lasto)

[concert dates in April in Europe]

May 1, 1969 Cavern Club, Liverpool, ENG

[concert dates in May in Europe]

June 5, 1969 Mecca Ballroom, Portsmouth, ENG (with The Rainbow People)

June 7, 1969 Rhodes Centre, Bishop's Stortford, ENG (with Mr. Lucifer)

June 21, 1969 Rhodes Centre, Bishop's Stortford, ENG

June 28, 1969 Palais de Danse, Bridgend, WAL

July 1, 1969 Fountain's Disco, Tenby, WAL

July 4, 1969 Top Rank Suite, Swansea, WAL

July 5, 1969 Golden Ballroom, Llanelli, WAL

July 7, 1969 Hilton Hotel, London, ENG

July 11, 1969 Parochic Huis, Hellendoorn, NED (2 sets with Dutch comedian Andre van Duin)

July 12, 1969 Appolo Dansing Club, Renesse, NED

July 13, 1969 White Horse Club, Nootdorp, NED

July 13, 1969 Club Spiero, Nieuwdorp, NED

July 21-26, 1969 Narracott Hotel, Woolacombe, ENG

July 31, 1969 BBC's Maida Vale Studios, London, ENG (UK Radio "Sounds Like Tony Brandon" session)

August 1, 1969 Dorothy Ballroom, Cambridge, ENG

August 6, 1969 Julianapark, Utrecht, NED (2 sets)

August 7, 1969 Vigue Club, Tilberg, NED (2 sets)

August 8, 1969 Cartouche Disc, Apeldoorn, NED

August 9, 1969 Grote Tente, Lemmer, NED (with In Crowd)

August 10, 1969 Mr. Buutje's Club, Avenhorn, NED

August 10, 1969 Club Speiro, Nieuwdorp, NED (with The Shoes)

August 13, 1969 Langrove Club, Swansea, WAL

August 14, 1969 Taibach Club, Port Talbot, WAL

August 16, 1969 Palais de Danse, Bridgend, WAL

August 17-23, 1969 Blue Lagoon, Newquay, WAL (The Applejacks substituted for The Iveys on the 21st & 22nd, as they  were busy rehearsing and recording a new song, "Carry On Till Tomorrow", with Paul McCartney producing at EMI's Abbey Road Studios in London for the "Magic Christian" movie soundtrack)

August 24-30, ‪1969 400‬ Club, Torquay, ENG (2 sets each night)

September 5, 1969 Hanselheil, Zutphen, NED (with Grain Box & Soul Machine)

September 6, 1969 City Hall, Wuppertall, GER (with The New Yardbirds (Led Zeppelin). Pete Ham's fuzz box was stolen)

September 7, 1969 Boskamp Youth Club, Olst, NED (afternoon)

September 7, 1969 Olst, NED (evening gig cancelled due to death of Town Councillor)

September 12, 1969 Brise Norton Air Base Spotlight Club, Oxford, ENG

October 4, 1969 Market Hall, Haverfordwest, WAL (with The John Drummer Blues Band)

October 9, 1969 Cavern Club, Liverpool, ENG

October 10-12, 1969 Electric Garden, Glasgow, SCOT

October 13, 1969 Cavern Club, Liverpool, ENG

October 16, 1969 St. Paul's Crypt, London, ENG

October 17, 1969 El Grotto, Ilford, ENG

October 18, 1969 Masonic Hall Club , Huntingdon, ENG (cancelled)

October 20, 1969 Youth Club, Chesham, ENG

October 24, 1969 Town Hall, Pontypridd, WAL

October 25, 1969 Glen Ballroom, Llanelli, WAL

October 28, 1969 Baglan, WAL

October 29, 1969 Glais, WAL

October 30, 1969 Taibach, WAL

October 31, 1969 Glanmor Jazz Club, Swansea, WAL

November 1, 1969 Palais de Danse, Bridgend, WAL (last gig as the The Iveys)

November 2, 1969 Freshwater East, WAL (cancelled)

Badfinger (1st line-up)

  • Tom Evans
  • Mike Gibbins
  • Pete Ham
  • Joey Molland

November 30, 1969 Bournemouth, ENG (cancelled, gig booked for The Iveys months earlier)

December 8, 1969 3 Savile Row, London, ENG (performed three numbers at a reception in the Apple offices)

December 12, 1969 London, ENG (Lambda Party at drama college)

December 19, 1969 3 Savile Row, London, ENG (Apple Christmas Party)

December 23-26, 1969 Cancelled German Tour, booked for The Iveys months earlier)

December 27, 1969 Civic Centre, Solihull, ENG (first public concert appearance with Joey, fulfilling a gig that was originally booked for The Iveys)

1970

January 9, 1970 Grand Hall, Kilmarnock, SCOT

January 10, 1970 Glasgow University Union Club, Glasgow, SCOT

January 12, 1970 Park Hotel, Wolverhampton, ENG

January 17, 1970 Baths Ballroom, Scunthorpe, ENG (2 30 minute sets, with Dear Mr. Time)

January 26, 1970 The Belfry, Sutton Coalfield, ENG

January 31, 1970 Gliderdrome Starlight Room, Boston, ENG (with Midnight Express & Ricky Tee)

February 1, 1970 Silver Blades Rink, Bradford, ENG

February 1, 1970 Lafayette Club, Wolverhampton, ENG

February 2, 1970 Quaintways Café, Chester, ENG (with Principal & Fairground)

February 3, 1970 Rebecca's Club, Birmingham, ENG

February 5, 1970 Cavern Club, Liverpool, ENG (with Klubs, Robbie Rave & Gray Donna)

February 7, 1970 Carousel Ballroom, Belfast, NI

February 8, 1970 Count Down Club, Dublin, IRE

February 10, 1970 Cardiff University, Cardiff, WAL (with The Rainbow People)

February 11, 1970 Electric Garden, Glasgow, SCOT (with Tear Gas)

February 12, 1970 Salutation Hall, Perth, SCOT

February 13, 1970 Community Hall, Bonnyrigg, SCOT

February 13, 1970 Frisco's Club, Edinburgh, SCOT

February 14, 1970 Olympia Ballroom, East Kilbride, SCOT (with Tear Gas)

February 14, 1970 Community Centre, Auchinlick, SCOT

February 15, 1970 Kinema Ballroom, Dunfermline, SCOT

February 18, 1970 Richmond Club, Manchester, ENG

February 19, 1970 Gala Hall, West Bromwich, ENG (cancelled, with Phineaus Judd)

February 21, 1970 Royal Links Pavilion, Cromer, ENG

February 26, 1970 Glen Ballroom, Llanelli, WAL (with Angelique & Quicksand)

February 27, 1970 Up The Junction Club, Crewe, ENG (with Staffords)

February 28, 1970 Dreamland Ballroom, Margate, ENG

March 1, 1970 Lyndon Sporting Club, Bournemouth, ENG

March 6, 1970 Aviemore, SCOT

Gene Pitney UK Tour 1970 with Badfinger, Clodagh Rodgers, Satisfaction & Johnny Hackett)

March 20, 1970 Finsbury Park Astoria, London, ENG (supporting Gene Pitney, with Clodagh Rodgers, Satisfaction & Johnny Hackett)

March 21, 1970 Empire Theatre, Liverpool, ENG (supporting Gene Pitney, with Clodagh Rodgers, Satisfaction & Johnny Hackett)

March 22, 1970 Birmingham Theatre, Birmingham, ENG (supporting Gene Pitney, with Clodagh Rodgers, Satisfaction & Johnny Hackett)

March 24, 1970 Gaumont, Wolverhampton, ENG (supporting Gene Pitney, with Clodagh Rodgers, Satisfaction & Johnny Hackett)

March 25, 1970 Odeon Theatre, Doncaster, ENG (supporting Gene Pitney, with Clodagh Rodgers, Satisfaction & Johnny Hackett)

March 26, 1970 City Hall, Newcastle, ENG (supporting Gene Pitney, with Clodagh Rodgers, Satisfaction & Johnny Hackett)

March 27, 1970 ABC, Hull, ENG (supporting Gene Pitney, with Clodagh Rodgers, Satisfaction & Johnny Hackett)

March 28-30, 1970 ABC, Blackpool, ENG (supporting Gene Pitney, with Clodagh Rodgers, Satisfaction & Johnny Hackett)

April 1, 1970 ABC, Gloucester, ENG (supporting Gene Pitney, with Clodagh Rodgers, Satisfaction & Johnny Hackett)

April 2, 1970 Colston Hall, Bristol, ENG (supporting Gene Pitney, with Clodagh Rodgers, Satisfaction & Johnny Hackett)

April 3, 1970 Capitol Cinema, Cardiff, WAL (supporting Gene Pitney, with Clodagh Rodgers, Satisfaction & Johnny Hackett)

April 4, 1970 City Hall, Sheffield, ENG (supporting Gene Pitney, with Clodagh Rodgers, Satisfaction & Johnny Hackett)

April 5, 1970 Coventry Theatre, Coventry, ENG (supporting Gene Pitney, with Clodagh Rodgers, Satisfaction & Johnny Hackett)

April 7, 1970 Cambridge, ENG (supporting Gene Pitney, with Clodagh Rodgers, Satisfaction & Johnny Hackett)

April 8, 1970 Guildhall, Portsmouth, ENG (2 shows 6.30 & 8.50, supporting Gene Pitney, with Clodagh Rodgers, Satisfaction & Johnny Hackett)

April 9, 1970 Granada, Sutton, ENG (supporting Gene Pitney, with Clodagh Rodgers, Satisfaction & Johnny Hackett)

April 10, 1970 East Ham Granada, London, ENG (supporting Gene Pitney, with Clodagh Rodgers, Marmalade, Satisfaction & Johnny Hackett)

April 11, 1970 Lewisham Odeon, London, ENG (supporting Gene Pitney, with Rainbow People, Marmalade, Satisfaction & Johnny Hackett)

April 12, 1970 Winter Gardens, Bournemouth, ENG (2 shows supporting Gene Pitney, with Satisfaction & Johnny Hackett)

April 14, 1970 Gaumont, Ipswich, ENG (supporting Gene Pitney, with Pickettywich, Satisfaction & Johnny Hackett)

April 15, 1970 ABC, Northampton, ENG (supporting Gene Pitney, with Pickettywich, Satisfaction & Johnny Hackett)

April 16, 1970 Granada, Shrewsbury, ENG (supporting Gene Pitney, with Pickettywich, Satisfaction & Johnny Hackett)

April 17, 1970 Odeon, Bolton, ENG (supporting Gene Pitney, with Pickettywich, Satisfaction & Johnny Hackett)

April 18, 1970 Odeon, Derby, ENG (supporting Gene Pitney, with Pickettywich, Satisfaction & Johnny Hackett)

June 8, 1970 International Honolulu Convention Center, Honolulu, HI (Capitol Records Convention, with Quicksilver Messenger Service, Big Brother & The Holding Company)

June 20, 1970 Sports Stadium, Frankfurt, GER (with Jackie Lomax, Family & The Byrds)

June 24, 1970 Devalance Hall, Tenby, WAL

June 26, 1970 Oxford, ENG

June 30, 1970 400 Ballroom, Torquay, ENG

July 1, 1970 Headlands Pavilion, Bude, ENG

July 2, 1970 Blue Lagoon, Newquay, ENG

July 3, 1970 Queens Ballroom, Barnstaple, ENG

July 10, 1970 Rutherford College, Canterbury, ENG

July 11, 1970 Dreamland, Margate, ENG

July 30, 1970 RNAS Station Heron Club, Yeovilton, ENG

July 31-August 1, 1970 Club Camelot, Taunton, ENG

August 7, 1970 Park Hall Ballroom, Wormelow, ENG

August 7-17, 1970 Piper Club, Rome, ITY (cancelled)

August 15, 1970 Groningen, NED (Groningen Festival)

August 22, 1970 Bilzen, BEL (Bilzen Jazz Festival 1970)

Badfinger US Tour 1970

September 25, 1970 University of North Dakota Field House, Grand Forks, ND (with Bandanna & Denny Brooks)

September 26, 1970 Pershing Auditorium, Lincoln, NB

September 27, 1970 Washington State Bohler Gym, Pullman, WA

September 28, 1970 Eastern Washington State College Field House, Cheney, WA

September 29, 1970 Central Oregon College Gym, Bend, OR

September 30, 1970 East Montana College, Billings, MT

October 1, 1970 Valley City State Civic Auditorium, Valley City, SD

October 2, 1970 Central College Douwstra Auditorium, Pella, IA (with (comedian) Fred Smoot)

October 5, 1970 South Dakota School of Mines Armory, Rapid City, SD

October 7, 1970 Upper Iowa College Dorman Gym, Fayette, IA

October 8, 1970 Drury University Field House, Springfield, MO

October 9, 1970 Morningside College, Sioux City, IA

October 11, 1970 Sauk Valley College Gym, Dixon, IL

October 14, 1970 Bemidji State College Field House, Bemidja, MN

October 15, 1970 University of Minnesota Gym, Morris, MN

October 16, 1970 St. Thomas College Gym, St. Paul, MN

October 17, 1970 Colorado State University Lory Student Center Ballroom, Fort Collins, CO (with (comedian) George Stevens)

October 18, 1970 Adams State College Palchy Hall, Alamosa, CO (with The Happenings & Exodus)

October 20, 1970 Oklahoma Baptist University Raley Chapel, Shawnee, OK

October 22, 1970 Texas Wesleyan College Fine Arts Auditorium, Fort Worth, TX (with (comedian) George Stevens)

October 23, 1970 North Dakota State Gym, Fargo, ND (with Denny Brooks)

October 24, 1970 New Mexico Highlands University, Las Vegas, NM

October 25, 1970 Creighton University Cafeteria, Omaha, NB

October 29, 1970 Mississippi College Nelson Auditorium, Clinton, MS (with George Stevens (who didn't appear) & Denny Brooks)

October 30, 1970 James Madison College Wilson Hall, Harrisonburg, VA

October 31, 1970 Shepherd College Gym, Shepherdstown, WV

November 3, 1970 Emory University Gym, Atlanta, GA

November 4, 1970 Jacksonville, AL (2 shows)

November 6, 1970 Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA

November 7, 1970 University of Maine Gymnasium, Portland, ME (with Black Sabbath & Mungo Jerry)

November 9, 1970 SUNY Campus Ballroom, Geneseo, NY

November 10, 1970 Depew High School, Depew, NY (with Hobbit)

November 12, 1970 Bull N' Heifer, Horseheads, NY

November 13, 1970 Onondaga County War Memorial Auditorium, Syracuse, NY (with The Rascals, The Buoys & Brownsville Station)

November 14, 1970 The WareHouse, Ithaca, NY (with Butch)

November 20, 1970 Magical Mystery Tour Coliseum, Norfolk, VA (2 shows)

November 21, 1970 War Memorial Auditorium, Chattanooga, TN (2 shows, with The Grass Roots, Mike Nesmith, Paul Revere & The Raiders & Tony Orlando & Dawn)

November 24-26, 1970 Ungano's Club, New York City, NY (2 shows each night)

November 27, 1970 Westchester County Center, White Plains, NY (with Brooklyn Bridge)

November 28, 1970 Palladium, Birmingham, MI (with Julia (early band of Bob Seger) & The Woolies)

November 29, 1970 Middlearth, Indianapolis, IN (cancelled)

November 30, 1970 Ludlow's Garage, Cincinnati, OH (moved  to The Plato in Cleveland)

November 30, 1970 The Plato, Cleveland, OH (Relocated from Ludlow's Garage in Cincinnati, with The Raspberries, North River Street Rock Collection & Freeport)

December 2, 1970 Memorial Hall, Dayton, OH (with Greenlyte Sunday)

December 5, 1970 Bell Auditorium, Augusta, GA

December 6, 1970 Castaways Club, Greensboro, NC

1971

March 5, 1971 University of Toledo Field House, Toledo, OH (2 shows, supported by Dada)

March 6, 1971 New Hanover High School Brogden Hall, Wilmington, NC (with The Grass Roots, Goose Creek & McKendree Spring (who did not appear). Badfinger arrived late and performed last)

March 7, 1971 Civic Auditorium, Charleston, SC (with The Grass Roots & McKendree Spring)

March 9, 1971 Appalachian State College, Boone, NC

March 10, 1971 Erskine College, Due West, SC

March 13, 1971 Virginia Theater, Alexandria, VA (2 shows)

March 18, 1971 Utica, NY (cancelled)

March 19, 1971 East Town Ballroom, Detroit, MI (with Eric Burdon & War & Wishbone Ash)

March 20, 1971 Draft House, Akron, OH

March 25, 1971 Music Factory, Greenville, NC

March 26, 1971 Dobyns-Bennett High School Auditorium, Kingsport, TN (with The Grass Roots & Hog Heaven)

March 27, 1971 Civic Auditorium, Knoxville, TN (with The Grass Roots & Hog Heaven)

March 28, 1971 Castaways Club, Greensboro, NC

April 1, 1971 Robinson Auditorium, Little Rock, AR (unconfirmed)

April 2, 1971 University of Alabama Foster Auditorium, Tuscaloosa, AL

April 3, 1971 County Hall, Columbia, SC (cancelled)

April 3, 1971 Charlotte Coliseum, Charlotte, NC (with The Grass Roots; & Hog Heaven)

April 5, 1971 L. C. Walker Arena, Muskegan, MI

April 7, 1971 Cyrus Erie West, Elyria, OH

April 8, 1971 Sugar Shack, Columbus, OH

April 9, 1971 Midland High School Gymnasium, Midland, MI (with Third Power & Sunday Funnies)

April 10, 1971 Palladium, Birmingham, MI (with Third Power & Tea)

April 11, 1971 Sherwood Forest Auditorium, Davison, MI (with Ormandy & Big Red)

April 13, 1971 Eastown Theatre, Detroit, MI

April 14, 1971 Fond du Lac Exhibition Hall, Fond du Lac, WI

April 17, 1971 NC State University Athletic Cield, Raleigh, NC (with Sol, Dreams, Early Scruggs, Johnny Hartford & Shanti. Judy Collins cancelled due to strep throat)

April 18, 1971 Southern Connecticut State College Lyman Auditorium, New Haven, CT (with Surprise)

April 19, 1971 Gloucester High School, Gloucester, MA

April 20, 1971 Memorial Auditorium, Dallas, TX (with Leon Russell & Poco)

April 22, 1971 Sam Houston Coliseum, Houston, TX (with Leon Russell, Poco & Lee Michaels)

April 23, 1971 Civic Arena, San Antonio, TX (with Leon Russell, Poco & Lee Michaels)

April 25, 1971 Texas Christian University Daniel-Meyer Coliseum, Fort Worth, TX ("Quad Fest" with Leon Russell, Poco & Lee Michaels. Cancelled on the day of the concert)

April 26, 1971 Memorial Hall, Joplin, MO

April 27, 1971 Central State University Broncho Field House, Edmond, OK

April 28, 1971 Henry Leavitt Arena, Wichita, KS

April 30, 1971 Civic Auditorium, Pasadena, CA (with Pollution)

May 1, 1971 Santa Clara County Fairgrounds San Jose Pavilion, San Jose, CA (with Lee Michaels & Tower of Power)

May 2, 1971 Aquarius Club, Seattle, WA (unconfirmed)

May 5, 1971 The Revelation, Kent, OH

May 6, 1971 Salem State College, Salem, MA

May 7-8, 1971 Rock Pile (Action House), Island Park, NY

May 9, 1971 East Stroudsburg High School, East Stroudsburg, PA (Benefit for Monroe County Retarded Youth Services through P.A.R.C., with Mass Confusion, Allison, Song & Lace Pavement)

May 11, 1971 The Spot, Allegany, NY

May 12, 1971 The Club, Rochester, NY

May 13, 1971 St. Mary's College Gym, St. Mary's City, MD (with Crank)

May 14, 1971 Cullowee, NC (cancelled due to a mechanical problem with the tour bus)

May 15, 1971 The Other Eye, Raleigh, NC

May 16, 1971 Continental Safari Club, Chadds Ford, PA (cancelled)

The Kinks Australian Tour (Badfinger cancelled their slot due to sessions with George Harrison for "Straight Up". The Kinks went ahead with the scheduled dates below:

May 29, 1971 Festival Hall, Brisbane, AUS (cancelled appearance)

May 31, 1971 Broadmeadow Basketball Stadium, Newcastle, AUS (cancelled appearance)

June 1, 1971 Canberra Theatre, Canberra, AUS (cancelled appearance)

June 2, 1971 Hobart, AUS (cancelled appearance)

June 3, 1971 Festival Hall, Melbourne, AUS (cancelled appearance)

June 4, 1971 Apollo Stadium, Adelaide, AUS (cancelled appearance)

June 5, 1971 Beatty Park Aquatic Centre, Perth, AUS (cancelled appearance)

June 6, 1971 Sydney Showgrounds Moore Park, Sydney, AUS (cancelled appearance)

July 26-30, 1971 Nola Hall, New York City, NY (Concert For Bangladesh rehearsals)

July 31, 1971 Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY (Concert For Bangladesh rehearsal)

August 1, 1971 Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY (Concert For Bangladesh

2 performances

Pete, Tom & Joey on acoustic guitars, Mike on percussion, except *

1st set (3:30 PM show):

Wah-Wah (George Harrison) [2nd part]

Something (George Harrison)

Awaiting On You All (George Harrison)

That's The Way God Planned It (Billy Preston)

It Don't Come Easy (Ringo Starr)

Beware Of Darkness (George Harrison & Leon Russell)

introduction of the band and Badfinger by George Harrison

While My Guitar Gently Weeps (George Harrison)

Jumping Jack Flash/Youngblood (Leon Russell)

Here Comes The Sun (George Harrison) [*Pete duets with George on acoustic guitars]

[Bob Dylan's set without Badfinger]

Hear Me Lord (George Harrison)

My Sweet Lord (George Harrison)

Bangla Desh (George Harrison)

2nd set (8:00 PM show):

Wah-Wah (George Harrison) [1st part]

My Sweet Lord (George Harrison)

Awaiting On You All (George Harrison)

That's The Way God Planned It (Billy Preston)

It Don't Come Easy (Ringo Starr)

Beware Of Darkness (George Harrison & Leon Russell)

While My Guitar Gently Weeps (George Harrison)

Jumping Jack Flash/Youngblood (Leon Russell)

Here Comes The Sun (George Harrison) [*Pete duets with George on acoustic guitars]

[Bob Dylan's set without Badfinger]

introduction of the band and Badfinger by George Harrison

Something (George Harrison)

Bangla Desh (George Harrison)

Badfinger participated in a post-Bangla Desh concert jam at Unganos Club in New York City including Keith Moon, Phil Spector, Eric Clapton and others.

It erupted into a jam session. The Who were there, Phil Spector sang 'Da Do Ron Ron,' Keith Moon played drums and trashed the place.

September 18, 1971 Round House, Reykjavik, ICE (with Man & Writing On The Wall)

October 15, 1971 Polytechnic College, Huddersfield, ENG (with Colosseum)

October 25, 1971 Top Rank Suite, Sheffield University, Sheffield, ENG (with The Nashville Teens)

October 30, 1971 Kings College, London, ENG

November 6, 1971 Mecca Ballroom, Hull, ENG

November 20, 1971 DeLaSalle College, Manchester, ENG

November 25, 1971 Pandora's Club, Swansea, WAL

November 27, 1971 Loughborough University, Loughborough, ENG

December 9, 1971 Sheffield Technical School, Sheffield, ENG

December 10, 1971 Trinity College, Carmarthen, WAL

December 30, 1971 Orchid, Purley, ENG (Cancelled)

1972

January 22, 1972 Scene 1 & 2 Club, Scarborough, ENG

February 2, 1972 Fenway Theatre, Boston, MA (2 shows with Clean Living)

February 3, 1972 Paramount Theatre, Springfield, MA (2 shows with The Elves & (2nd show only) Pure Prairie League & Bachman Turner Overdrive)

February 4, 1972 Loew's Theater, Providence, RI (2 shows with Pure Prairie League & Al Kooper)

February 5, 1972 Palace Theatre, Waterbury, CT (with Electric Elves & Mahogany Rush. Pete Ham apologized for not feeling well, his voice was hoarse)

February 6, 1972 Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford, CT (Cancelled because Pete Ham was too ill to perform. 2 shows 7.00 & 10.00 with Pure Prairie League & Spoonfeather Band)

February 9, 1972 Commack Arena, Long Island, NY (with Bull Angus & Cactus)

February 10, 1972 The Armory, Rockford, IL (with Pure Prairie League & REO Speedwagon)

February 11, 1972 Ford Auditorium, Detroit, MI (with Pure Prairie League & Leon Redbone. Originally scheduled to be at Grande Ballroom)

February 12, 1972 Franklin & Marshall College Mayser Gym, Lancaster, PA (with Pure Prairie League. Originally scheduled to be at Grande Ballroom in Detroit, Michigan)

February 13, 1972 Capitol Music Hall, Wheeling, WV

February 15, 1972 Eastern Michigan University Pease Auditorium, Ypsilanti, MI (with Pure Prairie League)

February 17, 1972 Municipal Auditorium, Colorado Springs, CO (with Pure Prairie League)

February 18-19, 1972 Draught House, Denver, CO (with Pure Prairie League)

February 20, 1972 Community Concourse, San Diego, CA (with Pure Prairie League & Alice Cooper)

February 21-23, 1972 Whisky-A-Go-Go, Los Angeles, CA (2 shows each night)

February 24, 1972 Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA (cancelled and rescheduled for February 27, 1972)

February 25, 1972 Valley Music Theatre, Van Nuys, CA (with Billy Joel & Pure Prairie League)

February 26, 1972 Anaheim Convention Center, Anaheim, CA (with Rare Earth & War)

February 27, 1972 Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA (with The Kinks. Originally scheduled to be at Memorial Auditorium in New Orleans, Louisiana)

March 1, 1972 Carnegie Hall, New York City, NY (with Michael Gately & Al Kooper)

March 2, 1972 C.W. Post College, Greenvale, NY (with The Doors & Michael Gately)

March 3, 1972 Painter's Mill Music Theater, Owings Mills, MD (2 shows supporting The Doors, with David Pomeranz)

March 4, 1972 William & Mary College, Williamsburg, VA (supprting The Doors)

March 5, 1972 County Hall, Charleston, SC (supporting The Doors, with David Pomeranz)

March 6, 1972 North Carolina State University, Cullowee, NC (supported by David Pomeranz)

March 8, 1972 County Hall, Columbia, SC (supporting The Doors, with David Pomeranz)

March 9, 1972 Atlanta, GA (cancelled)

March 10, 1972 Pirates World, Dania, FL (supporting The Doors, with David Pomeranz. Originally scheduled to be in Orlando, Florida)

March 11, 1972 The Sports Ground, Tallahassee, FL (supporting The Doors. originally scheduled to be in Miami, Florida)

March 12, 1972 Fort Homer Hesterly Armory, Tampa, FL (supporting The Doors, with David Pomeranz. The Doors jammed with Badfinger at the end of the show)

March 14, 1972 Lincoln High School Auditorium, Yonkers, NY (Benefit concert with Gravis, East & David Bromberg)

March 15, 1972 Colisee de Quebec, Quebec, QC (with Mashmakhan & Curtiss Maldoon)

March 16, 1972 Central Theatre, Passaic, NJ (cancelled)

March 17, 1972 Ritz Theatre, Staten Island, NY (with Curtis Muldoon. Originally scheduled to be in West Henrietta, New York)

March 18, 1972 Memorial Field House, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, PA (with Curtis Muldoon)

March 19, 1972 Roberts Stadium, Evansville, IN (with Canned Heat)

March 21, 1972 Indianapolis, IN (cancelled)

March 22, 1972 Junior Academy Building, Canandaigua, NY

Bee Gees Japanese Tour 1972 (Badfinger dropped out)

March 23, 1972 Shibuya Kokaido, Tokyo, JPN (cancelled)

March 24, 1972 Budokan, Tokyo, JPN (cancelled)

March 25-26, 1972 Festival Hall, Osaka, JPN (cancelled)

March 24 & 26, 1972 Auditorium Theater, Chicago, IL (with Al Kooper, Curtiss Maldoon & Yes. Al Kooper was ill and didn't appear on 26th)

March 28, 1972 Coliseum, Indianapolis, IN (with Sea Train & Curtiss Maldoon)

March 29, 1972 Field House, New Hampshire University, Durham, NH (with Curtiss Maldoon. originally scheduled for March 30, 1972)

March 31, 1972 Memorial Auditorium, New Orleans, LA (with King Crimson & Ashton, Gardner & Dyke. Originally scheduled for February 27, 1972)

April 1, 1972 Municipal Auditorium, Birmingham, AL (with King Crimson)

April 2, 1972 Steel Pier Golden Dome Ballroom, Atlantic City, NJ (3 shows. They arrived late and missed the first)

April 5, 1972 The Armory, Springfield, IL (with Ashton, Gardner & Dyke)

April 7, 1972 Cowtown Ballroom, Kansas City, MO

April 8, 1972 Kiel Auditorium, St. Louis, MO (with Jo Jo Gunne & Lee Michaels)

April 9, 1972 Robinson High School Gymnasium, Fairfax, VA (with Ashton, Gardner & Dyke & Second Nature)

May 5, 1972 Newcastle University, Newcastle, ENG

May 7, 1972 Alexandra Palace, London, ENG (Cancelled. A benefit concert in aid of Cyrenians, with Sandy Denny, Jon Lord, Randy California & Curved Air)

May 14, 1972 Marquee Club, London, ENG

May 20, 1972 Watford, ENG (cancelled)

May 27, 1972 U.S. Air Force Base, Lakenheath, ENG (with Atomic Rooster)

May 28, 1972 Coliseum, London, ENG (with The Faces)

June 3, 1972 The Yate Entertainment Centre, Bristol, ENG

June 9, 1972 Birmingham College of Education, Birmingham, ENG

Mike Gibbins decided to quit the band and was replaced by Rob Stawinski from the band "Sky". Stawinski remained with the band for the entire 4th U.S. tour.

June 10, 1972 Civic Centre, Whitchurch, ENG (Rob Stawinski first performance with the band)

June 11, 1972 Shaw Theatre, London, ENG (supported by Mell Gwenyway & Del)

Badfinger US Tour 1972 (drummer: Rob Stawinski replaced Mike Gibbins for this tour only)

June 19, 1972 Wollman Rink, Central Park, New York City, NY (Schaefer Music Festival, with Michael Gately (assisted by Al Kooper) & Kindred)

June 21, 1972 Civic Centre, Ottawa, ON (supported by McKendree Spring, April Wine & Kindred)

June 23, 1972 Idora Park, Youngstown, OH (supported by McKendree Spring & Kindred)

June 24, 1972 Ritz Theater, Staten Island, NY

June 25, 1972 O'Keefe Centre, Toronto, ON (supported by McKendree Spring & Kindred)

June 27, 1972 Cincinnati Gardens, Cincinnati, OH (supported by McKendree Spring & Kindred)

June 28, 1972 Elk Grove High School, Aurora, IL (supported by Kindred)

June 29, 1972 Lyons Township High School, LaGrange, IL (supported by McKendree Spring & Kindred)

July 1, 1972 Boston Garden, Boston, MA (supporting The Faces, with Cactus & Circus)

July 2, 1972 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA (supporting The Faces)

July 3, 1972 Rubber Bowl, Akron, OH (supporting The Faces, with Cactus)

July 5, 1972 Crisler Arena, Ann Arbor, MI (supporting The Faces)

July 6, 1972 War Memorial, Syracuse, NY (supporting The Faces, with Rock & Roll Cyrcus)

July, 8, 1972 Mount Pocono Raceway, Long Pond, PA (Concert 10. Badfinger ended up not performing due to a rain delay of 3 hours)

July 9, 1972 Civic Arena, Pittsburgh, PA (supporting The Faces)

July 10, 1972 Dillon Stadium, Hartford, CT (supporting The Faces, with Captain Beyond)

July 12, 1972 Civic Arena, Duluth, MN (supported by Sugarloaf & Cactus)

July 14, 1972 San Antonio Municipal Auditorium, San Antonio, TX (supported by Cactus & Kindred)

July 15, 1972 Memorial Hall, Kansas City, MO (supported by Cactus & Kindred)

July 16, 1972 Tulsa Civic Center, Tulsa, OK (supported by Cactus & Kindred)

July 17, 1972 Municipal Auditorium, Corpus Christie, TX (supported by Cactus)

July 19, 1972 Civic Auditorium, Albuquerque, NM (supported by Cactus)

July 21, 1972 Sioux Falls Arena, Sioux Falls, SD (supported by Cactus & Kindred)

July 22, 1972 John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Washington DC

July 23-29, 1972 Golden Dome Ballroom, Steel Pier, Atlantic City, NJ (with a diving horse act)

August 1, 1972 Memorial Field House, Huntington, WV (supported by Kindred)

August 3, 1972 Municipal Auditorium, Atlanta, GA (supported by Bloodrock (replacing Cactus) & Kindred)

August 4, 1972 Coliseum, Macon, GA (supported by Kindred)

August 5, 1972 Bell Auditorium, Augusta, GA

August 6, 1972 Buffalo War Memorial Auditorium, Buffalo, NY (with Kindred, Elephant's Memory & Billy Preston. Cactus did not appear as they disbanded)

August 7, 1972 Bowman Field, Williamsport, PA

August 9, 1972 O'Keefe Center, Toronto, ON

In September Mike Gibbins rejoins Badfinger

1973

Badfinger US Tour 1973

January 19, 1973 Aragon Ballroom, Chicago, IL (with The Raspberries & Amazing Blondel)

January 20, 1973 Ohio University Convocation Center, Athens, OH (with Amazing Blondel & McKendree Spring)

January 21, 1973 Kiel Auditorium, St. Louis, MO (with Rare Earth & Chi Coltrane)

January 24, 1973 Furman University McAlister Auditorium, Greenville, SC (with Amazing Blondel & REO Speedwagon)

January 25, 1973 Morehead State University College Field House, Morehead, KY (with Amazing Blondel & REO Speedwagon)

January 26, 1973 Georgia Southern College Hanner Fieldhouse, Statesboro, GA (with Bloodrock & Amazing Blondel)

January 27, 1973 Pirates World Arena, Dania, FL (with Chamber Brothers & Amazing Blondel)

February 1, 1973 Northern University, Ada, OH

February 2, 1973 St. Joseph's Auditorium, Hazelton, PA

February 3, 1973 Calvert Hall College High School Gym, Towson, MD (with Amazing Blondel & Expressway)

February 6, 1973 University of Georgia Coliseum, Athens, GA

February 7, 1973 University of South Alabama Exhibition Hall, Mobile, AL (with Amazing Blondel OR Poco, both didn't appear)

February 9, 1973 Frostburg State College, Frostburg, MD (2 shows)

February 11, 1973 SUNY Clarkson Gym, Potsdam, NY (with John Sebastian and two comics)

February 16, 1973 Terrace Ballroom, Salt Lake City, UT

February 17, 1973 Boise State College Gym, Boise, ID

February 18, 1973 Aquarius Club, Seattle, WA

February 22, 1973 Mississippi State University Animal Husbandry Building, Mississippi State (near Starkville), MS (cancelled)

February 23, 1973 Hara Arena, Dayton, OH (with The Guess Who)

February 24, 1973 Thomas Johnson High School Gym, Frederick, MD

March 3, 1973 Reading University, Reading, ENG (Rag Ball, with Nazareth & Thin Lizzy)

March 8, 1973 Leeds Polytechnic, Leeds, ENG (with Billy Preston)

March 9, 1973 Salford University, Manchester, ENG

March 10, 1973 NE Essex Technical College, Colchester, ENG (with Good Habit)

March 14, 1973 Edge Hill College, Ormskirk, ENG

March 16, 1973 Westfield College, London, ENG (Rag Ball, with Arthur Brown's Kingdom Come, Hookfoot & 3 others)

March 17, 1973 Cambridge, ENG

March 23, 1973 Bath University, Bath, ENG (with Greenslade)

April 14, 1973 Technical College, Dudley, ENG

April 29, 1973 Eisstadion, Mannheim, GER (Pop Festival with Fairport Convention, Spirit (U.S.A.), Flock, Atomic Rooster, Brian Auger's Oblivion Express, Manfred Mann's Earth Band, Chicken Shack, Hawkwind, Beggars' Opera, Greenslade & Klaus Doldinger's Passport)

August 15, 1973 projected starting date for three-month U.S. tour to support the "Ass" LP. The tour was cancelled on July 18, 1973 due to the LP release date being delayed indefinitely by legal issues

August 22-23, 1973 Global Village, London, ENG

August 24, 1973 Elstree, ENG (Hare Krishna Party. Badfinger performed as a favour to George Harrison)

August 29, 1973 Global Village, London, ENG (with Joe Soap)

September 2, 1973 Roundhouse, London, ENG (with Colin Blunstone, Good Habit, Blue, Willy Barrett & Travis)

September 14, 1973 Lyceum, London, ENG (a bomb scare led to crowd being evacuated during Badfinger's set)

September 15, 1973 Golden Diamond, Sutton-In-Ashfield, ENG

September 21, 1973 Lafayette, ENG (cancelled)

September 27, 1973 University of North Carolina at Wilmington Varsity Gymnasium, Wilmington, NC (part of the cancelled US tour, with Barnaby Bye & Heather)

October 5, 1973 University of Salford, Salford, ENG

October 6, 1973 London College Of Printing, London, ENG (Freshers Dance with Blue Mink)

1974

For Badfinger's 6th U.S. tour, they had two new albums to promote at the same time! "Ass" on Apple Records and "Badfinger" on Warner Brothers Records, which were released within a few months of each other. This would turn out to be the band's final U.S. tour,. The start of the tour was delayed due to record company issues and management problems, but the gigs were picked up three weeks into their planned itinerary.

Badfinger US Tour 1974

February 1, 1974 Memorial Auditorium, Buffalo, NY (Cancelled, with Rare Earth, Billy Preston & Elephant's Memory)

February 15, 1974 University of North Carolina Hanover Hall, Wilmington, NC (Cancelled, with Barnaby Bye)

February 18, 1974 City Colisseum, Austin, TX (Cancelled, supported by Tim Buckley)

February 20, 1974 Madison County College, Huntsville, AL (Cancelled)

February 21, 1974 Independence Hall, Baton Rouge, LA (Cancelled)

February 23, 1974 Michigan Theater, Detroit, MI (supported by McKendree Spring who replaced Nazareth)

February 24, 1974 University of Wisconsin Stock Pavillion, Madison, WI (with Status Quo & Flock and The Beans)

February 25, 1974 Michigan State University Brewery, East Lansing, MI

February 27, 1974 Municipal Auditorium, Mobile, AL (Cancelled appearance, supported by Billy Preston & Hydra Protrudrinus)

March 1, 1974 Painter's Mill Music Theatre, Owings Mills, MD (2 shows with Ruth Copeland)

March 2, 1974 Virginia Tech College Coliseum, Blacksburg, VA (supporting Marshall Tucker Band, with Grinderswitch)

March 4, 1974 Agora, Cleveland, OH (supported by Fully Assembled)

March 5, 1974 Agora, Toledo, OH (supported by Status Quo)

March 6, 1974 Agora, Columbus, OH

March 8, 1974 Pacific National Exhibition Gardens Auditorium, Vancouver, BC (with Papa Bears Medicine Show or Spencer Davis?)

March 10, 1974 Stadium, Lethbridge, AB

March 12, 1974 Jubilee Hall, Edmonton, AB

March 14, 1974 Thiel College, Greenville, PA (with 10CC & Gunstock Proof)

March 15, 1974 North Penn High School Gym, Lansdale, PA (with Gunstock Proof. Tim Buckley was advertised, but didn't appear)

March 18, 1974 Cumberland College, Williamsburg, KY

March 20-23, 1974 Georgian Terrace Hotel Alex Cooley's Ballroom, Atlanta, GA

March 24, 1974 Robinson Convention Center, Little Rock, AK

March 26, 1974 Bayou Club, Washington, DC

March 27, 1974 The Joint In The Woods, Parsippany, NJ

March 28, 1974 Stratfield Motor Hotel, Bridgeport, CT (supported by Mixed Nuts, who replaced 10CC)

March 29, 1974 Victory Theatre, Toronto, ON (2 shows)

March 31, 1974 The Garage, Cambridge, MA (with Big Star)

April 5, 1974 Auditorium Theatre, Chicago, IL (with The Grass Roots. Pete Ham's last U.S. gig with Badfinger)

August 4, 1974 Theatre Royal Drury Lane, London, ENG (Cancelled "A Galaxy Of Stars", in aid of the Tower Victims Fund)

During October, Badfinger supported the Welsh band Man who were on their U.K. tour to promote their "Slow Motion" LP. Prior to this tour, Pete Ham quit the band and was replaced by Bob Jackson. However, Pete rejoined in time for the beginning of the tour, making this the only time Badfinger performed as a 5-piece act. For the first time, drummer Mike Gibbins sang lead onstage. Following the tour, Joey Molland left the band on November 4th, reducing the line-up back down to four members.

September 27, 1974 Church Hall, Norwich, ENG (supporting Man)

October 2, 1974 Apollo, Glasgow, SCOT (supporting Man)

October 3, 1974 Usher Hall, Edinburgh, SCOT (supporting Man)

October 4, 1974 University of Lancaster, Lancaster, SCOT (supporting Man)

October 6, 1974 Palace Theatre, Manchester, ENG (supporting Man)

October 7, 1974 Civic Hall, Wolverhampton, ENG (supporting Man)

October 9, 1974 Greenwich Town Hall, London, ENG (supporting Man)

October 11, 1974 University of Bath, Bath, ENG (supporting Man)

October 12, 1974 Imperial College, London, ENG (supporting Man)

October 13, 1974 The Greyhound, Croydon, ENG (supporting Man)

October 14, 1974 Concert Hall, The Polytechnic Heddington, Oxford, ENG (supporting Man)

October 15, 1974 Town Hall, Birmingham, ENG (supporting Man)

October 16, 1974 Top Rank Suite, Cardiff, WAL (supporting Man)

October 17, 1974 Guildhall, Portsmouth, ENG (supporting Man)

October 18, 1974 Leas Cliff Hall, Folkestone, ENG (supporting Man)

October 19, 1974 Corn Exchange, Cambridge, ENG (supporting Man)

October 20, 1974 Royal Adelphi Theatre, London, ENG (cancelled, rescheduled for October 25th, supporting Man)

October 23, 1974 Top Rank Suite, Swansea, WAL (supporting Man)

October 24, 1974 Town Hall, Cheltenham, ENG (supporting Man)

October 25, 1974 Royal Adelphi Theatre, London, ENG (rescheduled from October 20th, supporting Man)

October 26, 1974 The Kursaal, Southend, ENG (supporting Man, last Badfinger gig with Pete Ham)

November 17, 1974 Winning Post, Twickenham, ENG (cancelled, with Alan Goff Lights & Sounds)

Badfinger

  • Tom Evans
  • Mike Gibbins
  • Pete Ham
  • Bob Jackson

1975

April 24, 1975 Pete Ham commits suicide

In May, Warner Bros terminated its contract with Badfinger, and Badfinger dissolve. During the period 1976-1978, Joey Molland recorded & toured with Natural Gas and Tom Evans & Bob Jackson recorded & toured with The Dodgers. Mike Gibbins toured with "Man" bassist Martin Ace's band "The Flying Aces" and played on sessions for people like Bonnie Tyler and Digby Richards.

1977

Drummer Kenny Harck and guitarist Joe Tansin recruit Joey Molland to start a new band. When they need a bass player, Molland suggests Tom Evans, who joins after a visit to California in 1978. Encouragement from the Elektra record company led to the decision to rename the new band Badfinger.

1979

Their comeback album, "Airwaves", was released in 1979. Kenny Harck was fired from the band during the sessions and Joe Tansin left the band immediately after the album was completed. To promote the album Molland and Evans recruit former Yes keyboardist Tony Kaye and Peter Clarke on drums from Stealers Wheel.

Badfinger US Tour 1979

  • Tom Evans
  • Joey Molland
  • Tony Kaye
  • Pete Clarke

June 4, 1979 Apollo Delman Theatre, Tulsa, OK

June 5, 1979 Opry House, Houston, TX

June ?, 1979 Dallas, TX

June 15, 1979 Laredo, TX

June 17, 1979 Armadillo World Headquarters, Austin, TX

June 23, 1979 Fuzzy's, Amarillo, TX

June 29-30, 1979, Roxy Theater, West Hollywood, CA (2 shows each night, with John Batdorf)

July 1?, 1979 Roxy Theater, San Diego, CA (with The Fingers)

July ?, 1979 Alex Cooley's Capri Ballroom, Buckhead Village, GA (2 shows)

July ?, 1979 Brothers, Birmingham, AL

July, 1979 Kansas City, ?

July ?, 1979 Blue Note, Columbia, MO

August ?, 1979 Dooley's, Tempe, AZ

August 7, 1979 Compton's Terrace, Tempe, AZ

August 9, 1979 Aladdin Theatre for the Performing Arts, Las Vegas, NV

August 10-11, 1979 Old Waldorf, San Francisco, CA

August ?, 1979 Fresno State University, Fresno, CA (Outdoor show, "Vintage Days" promotion, with Jan & Dean (backed by Papa Doo Run Run)

1981

Badfinger

  • Tom Evans
  • Joey Molland
  • Tony Kaye
  • Richard Bryans (drums)
  • Glenn Sherba (guitar)

After Badfinger failed to come up with enough songs to satisfy Radio Records executives for recording a follow-up to 1981's "Say No More", the group fell apart. Joey ended up putting his own version of Badfinger together by recruiting some of his friends. From this point on, Joey & Tom would never perform together again. From 1981-1983, two different line-ups of Badfinger co-existed.

Joey Molland's Badfinger US Tour 1981

  • Joey Molland
  • Joe Tansin
  • Larry Lee
  • Bobby Wickland

October 31, 1981 Atlanta, GA

November 20, 1981 Cardi's, San Antonio, TX

November ?, 1981 Cain's Ballroom, Tulsa, OK

December 3, 1981 Payne Reliever, St. Paul, MN (with The Wild Dogs)

December 7, 1981 Agora Ballroom, Cleveland, OH (Joey Molland, and two pick-up musicians)

December ?, 1981 Abilene, TX

1982

January 5, 1982 Century 21 Cabaret, Dyersburg, TN

January 7, 1982 The Attic, Greenville, NC (cancelled, with Subway)

January 27, 1982 Blue Note, Columbia, MO (with The Edge. Joey Molland's Badfinger appearing as a 4-piece band)

In 1982, Mike Gibbins relocated himself in Detroit, MI. He invited Tom to come over from England to form a new version of Badfinger (noted as "Tom Evans' Badfinger"). Eventually, Tom persuaded Bob Jackson to come over as well (in May) and a new line-up was formed with guitarist Adam Allen.

Tom Evans' Badfinger US Tour July 1982

  • Tom Evans
  • Adam Allen
  • Mike Gibbins
  • Bob Jackson

July 5, 1982 Summerfest, Milwaukee, WI

July 17, 1982 Little Switzerland Ski Hill, Slinger, WI ("Music On The Mountain, A Day In The Life Of Rock 'n' Roll")

July 18, 1982 Eagles Club, Milwaukee, WI

July 23, 1982 Secrets, Racine, WI

July 24, 1982 Thirsty Whale, Chicago, IL

July 25, 1982 Judges, Milwaukee, WI

July 30, 1982 Night Gallery, Waukegan, WI

July 31, 1982 K&H Tap Manawa, WI

Tom Evans' Badfinger US Tour 1982

  • Tom Evans
  • Bob Jackson
  • Reed Kailing
  • Mike Gibbins
  • Donnie Dacus

October 15, 1982 Charlie's Club, ?, IL

October 18, 1982 Vogue Theatre, Indianapolis, IN

October 19, 1982 Bluebird, Bloomington, IN

October 20, 1982 The Rose, St. Louis, MO

October 21, 1982 Pardner's Nite Club, South Bend, IN (with I.C. Hott)

October 22, 1982 Thirsty Whale, River Grove, IL

October 23, 1982 Brat Stop, Lake Geneva/Kenosha, WI

October 24, 1982 The Marina?, South Sioux City, IA

October 26, 1982 Ponderosa, Rapid City, IA

October 27-29, 1982 Gaity 2, Bismarck, ND

October 30-November 1, 1982 Stateline, Bainsville, MT

November ?, 1982 Blues Bouquet, Boise, ID

November ?, 1982 Blue Note, Columbia, MO

November 12, 1982 The Rose, St. Louis, MO

November 13, 1982 Clearlake, IA

November 14, 1982 Duffy's, Minneapolis, MN

November 15, 1982 Faces, Grand Forks, ND

November 16, 1982 Lamplite Lounge, Moorhead, MN

November ?, 1982 The Riv, Calgary, AB

November 19, 1982 Haywires, Burbank, IL (with Flashpoint)

November 20, 1982 Deputy Dog, Cleveland, OH

November 21, 1982 Trader Jack's, Lakewood, NY

November 23, 1982 The Arcade, Ithaca, NY (with Visitor)

November 24, 1982 Mr. C's Rock Palace, Lowell, MA

November 26, 1982 Rathskeller, Boston, MA

November 27, 1982 Boston McGee's, Wallingford, CT

November 28, 1982 The Station, Wilkes-Barre, PA (with Oasis, a 3-man acoustic band)

November 30, 1982 Crazy Horse Club, Richmond, VA

December 1, 1982 Sand Bar, Pasadena, MD

December 2, 1982 Wild West Rock Theatre, Springfield, VA

December 3, 1982 Blondie's, Pleasantville, NJ

December 4, 1982 Bitter End, New York City, NY

December 5, 1982 Silo, Reading, PA

December 6, 1982 Cowboy's Club, Newark, DE (with Energize)

December 7, 1982 Coleman's, Rome, NY

December 8, 1982 Mason Jar, Henrietta , NY (with The Insiders)

December 11, 1982 Chasers, Princeton, WV

December 12-13, 1982 Knickerbocker's, Buffalo, NY (13th was cancelled)

December 14, 1982 Tiffin, OH

December 15, 1982 Banjo Louie's, Pittsburgh, PA

December 16, 1982 PR's, Alton, IL

December ?, 1982 Democrat Club, Harrisburg, PA

December 19, 1982 Pit Stop, Joliet, IL

February 14, 1983 Gonzo's Lounge, Romeoville, IL (cancelled not verified)

March 8, 1983 Snuggery Saloon & dining room, Mt. Prospect, IL (cancelled)

March 11, 1983 The Thirsty Whale, River Grove, IL (cancelled, with Tyrant)

Joey Molland's Badfinger:

  • Joey Molland (guitar)
  • Rick Reid (bass guitar)
  • Adrian Russell (real name: Russell DeFlavia, keyboards)
  • Steve Craiter (drums)

Dave Simpson and Skip Coverdale were in the band for 2-3 weeks in December, 1982 but never went out on tour.

December 31, 1982 The Silver Saddle, Albany, GA (with Riff Raff)

1983

January 1, 1983 The Silver Saddle, Albany, GA

January 2, 1983 Chaps, Atlanta, GA

January 5, 1983 The Round Table, Valdelia, GA

January 6, 1983 The Flying Dutchman, Charleston, SC

January 7, 1983 Uncle Tom's Cabin, Atlanta, GA

January 8, 1983 The Barrels, Pensacola, FL

January 11, 1983 Big Mike's Restaurant and Lounge, Jackson, TN (with Icesis)

January 12, 1983 Oz Disco, Martin, TN

January 13, 1983 Belle Starr, Knoxville, TN (postponed due to transportation problems)

January 14-15, 1983 Katmandue, Augusta, GA

January 16, 1983 Belle Starr, Knoxville, TN (make-up gig for January 13)

January 19, 1983 Long Branch, Valdosta, GA

January 21, 1983 Nite Town, Destin, FL

January 22, 1983 Sahara, Mobile, AL

January 23, 1983 Cactus Jack's, Huntsville, AL

January 28, 1983 Old Town Music Hall, Birmingham, AL

February 3, 1983 Crown Lounge, Pinellas Park, FL

February 4, 1983 Crown Lounge, New Port Richey, FL

February 5, 1983 Crown Lounge, Bradenton, FL

February 6, 1983 Brassy's, Cocoa Beach, FL

February 9, 1983 The Islands, Gainesville, FL

February 10, 1983 Crown Lounge, Kendall, FL

February 11, 1983 Crown Lounge, North Miami, FL

February 12, 1983 Crown Lounge, Laurderhill, FL

March 13, 1983 Alrosa Villa, Columbus, OH (cancelled, with The Tomboys)

Tom Evans' Badfinger

  • Tony Kaye
  • Tom Evans
  • Bob Jackson
  • Glenn Sherba
  • Lenny Campanaro

September 8, 1983 Peppermint Lounge, Milwaukee, WI

September 9, 1983 Rock It?, unknown (unconfirmed)

September 10, 1983 Thirsty Whale, River Grove, IL (unconfirmed)

September 16, 1983 Bitter End, New York City, NY

September 18, 1983 The Chance, Poughkeepsie, NY

September 19-20, 1983 Sandy's, Minersville, PA

September 21, 1983 Lupo's Heartbreak Hotel, Providence, RI

September 22, 1983 Jonathan Swift's Club, Cambridge, MA

September 23, 1983 Rusty Nail, Sunderland, MA

September 24, 1983 Utopia, Bridgeport, CT

September 25, 1983 Popeye's, Binghamton, NY

September 26, 1983 Coast To Coast, Baltimore, MD

September 27, 1983 Cadeux, Dover, DE

September 28, 1983 The Riverboat, Rochester, NY

September 29, 1983 Magic Show Place, Cleveland, OH

September 30, 1983 N.C.O. Club, Pensacola, FL (Tommy Evans' last gig)

October 1, 1983 Chaser's, Princeton, WV (cancelled)

other possible concerts took place in Milwaukee, Chicago, and Michigan.

November 19, 1983 Tom Evans commits suicide

1984

After the death of Tommy Evans, Bob Jackson was asked by Ray Reneri to do a tour in the U.S. celebrating the 20th anniversary of the British Invasion. At the suggestion of Reneri, Joey Molland was invited to rejoin Badfinger.

Badfinger

  • Joey Molland
  • Bob Jackson
  • Mike Gibbins
  • Randy Anderson
  • Al Wodtke

The 20th Anniversary of the British Rock 'N' Roll US tour with Gerry & The Pacemakers, Herman's Hermits (without Peter Noone. They contained only Lek Leckenby and Barry Witwam of the original band along with Garth Elliott and Paul Farnell), The Troggs, Badfinger & Billy J. Kramer & The Dakotas

August 1, 1984 Baltimore, MD (cancelled)

August 2, 1984 Hilton Hotel Ballroom, Washington, DC

August 4, 1984 Rio Theatre, Valley Stream, NY

August 5, 1984 Lupos Heartbreak Hotel, Providence, RI (2 shows)

August 7, 1984 Club Casino, Hampton Beach, NH

August 8, 1984 Birch Hill Swim Club, Old Bridge, NJ (TV crews from all three major networks plus MTV are at the show to film and interview the bands)

August 10, 1984 Lanierland Music Park, Cummings, GA

August 11, 1984 Aqua Theater, Greensboro, NC

August 14, 1984 Auditorium, West Palm Beach, FL

August ??, 1984 Fort Lauderdale, FL

August 16, 1984 London Victory Club, Tampa, FL

August 18, 1984 Celebrity’s, Lafayette, LA

August 21, 1984 Civic Center, Peoria, IL

August 23, 1984 Park West, Chicago, IL

August 25, 1984 Veteran’s Memorial Hall, Columbus, OH

August 26, 1984 Downtown Festival Tent, Rochester, NY

August 29, 1984 Memorial Gardens, Sault Ste. Marie, ON

August 30, 1984 Fort William Gardens, Thunder Bay, ON

September 3, 1984 Music Tower, Playland, Rye, NY (free concert)

September 4, 1984 Bottom Line, New York City, NY

August, 1984 unknown, SC (unverified gig)

August, 1984 Panama City, FL

August, 1984 Lulu's, ?, OH (unverified gig)

August, 1984 Niagara Falls, New York or CANADA? (unverified gig)

August, 1984 The Beaches, ?, ME (unverified gig)

August or September, 1984 Sudbury Downs Racetrack, Chelmsford, ON (unverified gig)

August or September, 1984 Hamilton Place Theatre, Hamilton, ON (unverified gig)

September, 1984 The Ritz, New York City, NY (unverified gig)

In 1986, Joey Molland and Mike Gibbins resumed sporadic touring as Badfinger, with Randy Anderson on guitar and either Mark Healy or A. J. Nicholas on bass. Gibbins left for good in February 1990 following appearances at three auto shows in Columbus, Ohio, West Allis, Wisconsin, and Flint, Michigan.

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