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Line-Up: May 1966 (not really a band, as Jeff Beck was a member of Yardbirds at the time, but they did record some tracks)

       Jeff Beck - guitar
       Jimmy Page - guitar
       John Paul Jones - bass
       Nicky Hopkins - piano
       Keith Moon - drums

Line-Up: January 19, 1967

       Rod Stewart - background vocals
       Jeff Beck - guitar, vocals
       Dave Ambrose - bass
       Clem Cattini - drums

Line-Up: Mid January 1967 (Rehearsals Only)

       Rod Stewart - vocals
       Jeff Beck - guitar
       Ron Wood - guitar
       Kim Gardner - bass (replaced by Jet Harris in late January)
       Viv Prince - drums

January or February 1967 100 Club, London, ENG

March ?, 1967 Marquee Club, London, ENG (Ron Wood on 2nd guitar)

Line-Up: Late February - March 5, 1967

       Rod Stewart - vocals
       Jeff Beck - guitar
       Ron Wood - bass
       Ray Cook - drums

Package Tour with Roy Orbison, Small Faces, Paul & Barry Ryan, Jeff Beck, Sonny Childe and the T.N.T., Robb Storme Group, The Settlers & Ray Cameron

March 3, 1967 Finsbury Park Astoria, London, ENG (2 shows)

March 4, 1967 ABC, Exeter, ENG (CANCELLED. Jeff left the tour after the first night)

March 5, 1967 ABC, Plymouth, ENG (CANCELLED. Jeff left the tour after the first night)

March 5, 1967 Saville Theatre, London, ENG

March 7, 1967 Kingsway Theatre, Hadleigh, ENG (CANCELLED. Jeff was replaced by PP Arnold)

March 7, 1967 BBC Playhouse Theatre, London, ENG (UK Radio "Saturday Club" performing "Let Me Love You", "Stone Crazy", "I Ain't Superstitious", "Hi Ho Silver Lining" & "I Know I'm Losing You". Broadcast on the 18th March)

March 8, 1967 Odeon, Birmingham, ENG (CANCELLED. Jeff was replaced by PP Arnold)

March 9, 1967 Odeon, Bolton, ENG (CANCELLED. Jeff was replaced by PP Arnold)

March 10, 1967 Odeon, Manchester, ENG (CANCELLED. Jeff was replaced by PP Arnold)

March 11, 1967 ABC, Chesterfield, ENG (CANCELLED. Jeff was replaced by PP Arnold)

March 12, 1967 Empire, Liverpool, ENG (CANCELLED. Jeff was replaced by PP Arnold)

March 15, 1967 Ritz, Luton, ENG (CANCELLED. Jeff was replaced by PP Arnold)

March 16, 1967 Gaumont, Southampton, ENG (CANCELLED. Jeff was replaced by PP Arnold)

March 17, 1967 Granada, Tooting, ENG (CANCELLED. Jeff was replaced by PP Arnold)

Line-Up: Mid March, 1967 - Late March, 1967

       Rod Stewart - vocals
       Jeff Beck - guitar
       Ron Wood - bass
       Mick Waller - drums (left the group in late March and returned in mid-August)

March 17, 1967 Technical College, Waltham Forest, ENG

March 18, 1967 Gaumont, Wolverhampton, ENG (CANCELLED. Jeff was replaced by PP Arnold)

March 19, 1967 City Hall, Newcastle, ENG (CANCELLED. Jeff was replaced by PP Arnold)

March 20, 1967 ABC, Edinburgh, SCOT (CANCELLED. Jeff was replaced by PP Arnold)

March 21, 1967 Odeon, Glasgow, SCOT (CANCELLED. Jeff was replaced by PP Arnold)

March 22, 1967 ABC, Carlisle, ENG (CANCELLED. Jeff was replaced by PP Arnold)

March 23, 1967 Odeon, Leeds, ENG (CANCELLED. Jeff was replaced by PP Arnold)

March 23, 1967 The Pavilion, Worthing, ENG

March 24, 1967 Gaumont, Doncaster, ENG (CANCELLED. Jeff was replaced by PP Arnold)

March 25, 1967 ABC, Lincoln, ENG (CANCELLED. Jeff was replaced by PP Arnold)

March 26, 1967 Coventry Theatre, Coventry, ENG (CANCELLED. Jeff was replaced by PP Arnold)

March 27, 1967 Odeon, Blackpool, ENG (CANCELLED. Jeff was replaced by PP Arnold)

March 29, 1967 Capitol, Cardiff, WAL (CANCELLED. Jeff was replaced by PP Arnold)

March 30, 1967 Colston Hall, Bristol, ENG (CANCELLED. Jeff was replaced by PP Arnold)

March 31, 1967 Odeon, Cheltenhan, ENG (CANCELLED. Jeff was replaced by PP Arnold)

April 1, 1967 Winter Gardens, Bournemouth, ENG (CANCELLED. Jeff was replaced by PP Arnold)

April 2, 1967 De Montford Hall, Leicester, ENG (CANCELLED. Jeff was replaced by PP Arnold)

April 5, 1967 Gaumont, Ipswich, ENG (CANCELLED. Jeff was replaced by PP Arnold)

April 6, 1967 Granada, Slough, ENG (CANCELLED. Jeff was replaced by PP Arnold)

April 7, 1967 ABC, Aldershot, ENG (CANCELLED. Jeff was replaced by PP Arnold)

April 8, 1967 Hammersmith Odeon, London, ENG (CANCELLED. Jeff was replaced by PP Arnold)

April 9, 1967 ABC, Romford, ENG (CANCELLED. Jeff was replaced by PP Arnold)

Line-Up: April 11, 1967 - April 17, 1967

       Rod Stewart - vocals
       Jeff Beck - guitar
       Ron Wood - guitar
       Dave Ambrose - bass
       Rod Coombes - drums

April 11, 1967 Marquee, London, ENG ((Debut of JBG with Aynsley Dunbar on drums) April 13, 1967 Assembly Hall, Worthing, ENG April 15, 1967 St. George's Ballroom, Hinckley, ENG April 17, 1967 The Pavilion, Bath, ENG

Line-Up: April 21, 1967 - August 13, 1967

       Rod Stewart - vocals
       Jeff Beck - guitar
       Ron Wood - bass
       Aynsley Dunbar - drums

April 21, 1967 Market Hall, St. Albans, ENG April 22, 1967 Westbrook Hall, Technical College, Bradford, ENG April 23, 1967 Beachcombers Club, Nottingham, ENG April 25, 1967 Winter Gardens, Malvern, ENG

April 26 or 27, 1967 BBC Television Centre, London, ENG (UK TV "Top Of The Pops" performing "Hi Ho Silver Lining")

April 28, 1967 Upper Cut Club, Forest Gate, London, ENG April 29, 1967 Royal Links Pavilion, Cromer, ENG May 6, 1967 Public Hall, Meacham, ENG May 7, 1967 Empire Pool, Wembley, ENG (NME Poll Winners Concert) May 7, 1967 Starlite Ballroom, Greenford, ENG May 9, 1967 Beachcombers Club, Nottingham, ENG

May 10, 1967 BBC Television Centre, London, ENG (UK TV "Top Of The Pops" performing "Hi Ho Silver Lining")

May 10, 1967 Britannia, Nottingham, ENG May 12, 1967 Town Hall, High Wycombe, ENG May 12, 1967 Roundhouse, London, ENG (supported by Jimmy Winston and Winston's Fumbs & Sam Gopal Indian Band) May 13, 1967 Drill Hall, Kingston-upon-Thames, ENG

May 15, 1967 BBC Playhouse Theatre, London, ENG (UK Radio "Monday, Monday" performing "Let Me Love You", "Rock My Plimsoul" & "Hi Ho Silver Lining". Broadcast Live)

May 15, 1967 Feathers Hotel Blue Opera Club, Ealing, ENG May 16, 1967 Corn Exchange Chinese R & B Club, Bristol, ENG May 19, 1967 Victoria Hall, Selkirk, SCOT May 20, 1967 Market Assembly Hall, Carlisle, ENG May 25, 1967 Liverpool University, Liverpool, ENG May 26, 1967 Manor House, London, ENG (Bluesville '67) May 27, 1967 Shoreline Club, Bognor Regis, ENG May 28, 1967 Tabernacle, Stockport, ENG May 31, 1967 Oxford Cellar, Norwich, ENG June 2, 1967 Civic Hall, Solihull, ENG June 3, 1967 Burton's Hall, Uxbridge, ENG June 6, 1967 Marquee, London, ENG (supported by Nite People) June 7, 1967 Caravelle Club, Airport Viewing Lounge, Birmingham, ENG June 14, 1967 Floral Hall, Gorleston, ENG June 16, 1967 Hexagon Resturant, Colchester, ENG (Grand Going Down Ball) June 17, 1967 Palace Theatre, Douglas, Isle Of Man June 19, 1967 Cook's Ferry Inn, Edmonton, ENG June 25, 1967 Midnight City, Birmingham, ENG

July 1, 1967 The Pier, Colwyn Bay, WAL July 2, 1967 Saville Theatre, London, ENG (2 shows supporting Cream)

July 4, 1967 BBC Playhouse Theatre, London, ENG (UK Radio "Saturday Club" performing "Rock My Plimsoul", "Tallyman" & "I Think I'll Be Leaving Early This Morning". Broadcast: July 8, 1967)

July 7, 1967 Skyline Ballroom, Hull, ENG July 8, 1967 Supreme Ballroom, Ramsgate, ENG July 9, 1967 Starlite Ballroom, Greenford, ENG July 15, 1967 Town Hall, Torquay, ENG July 22, 1967 Starlight Room, Gliderdome, Boston, ENG July 23, 1967 Blenheim Park, Woodstock, ENG July 30, 1967 Town Hall, Truro, ENG

July ?, 1967 Marquee, London, ENG (unconfirmed) August 1967 Marquee, London, ENG (unconfirmed)

August 6, 1967 Reading Festival, Reading, ENG (unconfirmed)

August 13, 1967 Saville Theatre, London, ENG (Unconfirmed. Aynsley Dunbar's last show) August 13, 1967 Royal Windsor Racecourse, Windsor, ENG (7th National Jazz & Blues Festival. Last gig with Aynsley Dunbar on drums)

Line-Up: August 19, 1967 - Late March, 1968

  • Rod Stewart - vocals
  • Jeff Beck - guitar
  • Ron Wood - bass
  • Mick Waller - drums

August 19, 1967 California Ballroom, Dunstable, ENG August 20, 1967 Starlite Ballroom, Guildford, ENG August 24, 1967 Assembly Hall, Worthing, ENG August 26, 1967 Toft’s, Folkestone, ENG August 28, 1967 Abbey Park, Woburn, ENG (Festival Of The Flower Children) September 2, 1967 New Century Hall, Manchester, ENG September 3, 1967 Tabernacle, Stockport, ENG September 5, 1967 Winter Gardens, Malvern, ENG September 8, 1967 Town Hall, Rugby, ENG September 9, 1967 Nautilus Club, Lowestoft, ENG September 15, 1967 Brittania Rowing Club, Nottingham, ENG September 16, 1967 Sports Centre, Bracknell, ENG September 17, 1967 Chertsey, ENG September 20, 1967 The Marquee, London, ENG September 22, 1967 Queen Rink Ballroom, Hartlepool, ENG September 25, 1967 Cook's Ferry Inn, Edmonton, ENG September 26, 1967 Marquee, London, ENG September 29, 1967 Dartford, ENG September 29, 1967 UFO, Roundhouse, London, ENG (supported by Ten Years After, Mark Boyle's New Sensual Laboratory & Contessa & Veronica) September 30, 1967 St. George's Ballroom, Hinckley, ENG October 6, 1967 Top Rank Suite, Swansea, WAL October 7, 1967 Refectory, Leeds University, Leeds, ENG

October 9, 1967 BBC Paris Cinema, London, ENG (UK Radio "David Symonds Show" performing "Rock My Plimsoul", "Let Me Love You Baby" & "Walking By The Railings". Broadcast song by song on the 16th, 19th and 20th October respectively)

October 13, 1967 Ghent, BEL October 14, 1967 Reading University, Reading, ENG October 15, 1967 Wooden Bridge Hotel, Guildford, ENG October 21, 1967 Southampton University, Southampton, ENG October 26, 1967 Speakeasy, London, ENG (joined by Chris Barber on one or more songs) October 27, 1967 Assembly Rooms, Tamworth, ENG October 29, 1967 Country Club, Kirklevington, ENG October 30, 1967 Coventry, ENG

November 1, 1967 BBC Maida Vale 4, London, ENG (UK Radio "Top Gear" performing "I Ain't Superstitious", "Beck's Bolero", "Loving You Is Sweeter Than Ever", "You'll Never Get To Heaven If You Break My Heart" & "You Shook Me". Broadcast: November 5, 1967)

November 3, 1967 Poole College, Poole, ENG November 4, 1967 Exeter University, Exeter, ENG November 10, 1967 Beachcomber Club, Nottingham, ENG November 11, 1967 Bath Pavilion, Matlock, ENG November 16, 1967 Club-Au-Go-Go, Newcastle, ENG November 18, 1967 Lanchester Technical College, Coventry, ENG November 25, 1967 Haverfordwest, WAL November 30, 1967 City Hall, Salisbury, ENG

December 1, 1967 University, Cardiff, WAL December 2, 1967 Gaiety Ballroom, Romsey, ENG December 8, 1967 Birmingham University, Birmingham, ENG December 9, 1967 Technical College, Kingston-upon-Thames, ENG December 11, 1967 Slough College, Slough, ENG December 12, 1967 Marquee, London, ENG December 14, 1967 Sussex University, Brighton, ENG December 15, 1967 North East London Polytechnic, Walthamstow, ENG December 16, 1967 Wellington Club, East Dereham, ENG December 23, 1967 Town Hall, Oxford, ENG

1968

January 27, 1968 Norwich, ENG February 3, 1968 Egham, ENG February 9, 1968 Brittania Rowing Club, Nottingham, ENG February 17, 1968 Hammersmith Odeon, London, ENG February 20, 1968 Marquee, London, ENG

March 2, 1968 Manchester University, Manchester, ENG March 3, 1968 Rotterdam, NED March 8, 1968 Dartford, ENG March 9, 1968 Mill Hill, London, ENG March 9, 1968 Middle Earth Club, Covent Garden, London, ENG March 15, 1968 Plaza Ballroom, Oswestry, WAL March 16, 1968 Co-op Hall, Chesham, ENG March 17, 1968 Cat Ballou, Grantham, ENG

March 22, 1968 Walthamstow, London, ENG March 23, 1968 Bletchley, ENG March 24, 1968 Nottingham, ENG March 30, 1968 Wolverhampton, ENG

Line-Up: Late March, 1968 - Mid June, 1968 Rod Stewart - vocals Jeff Beck - guitar John Woods - bass Mick Waller - drums Nicky Hopkins - piano (Around this time Ron Wood left the Jeff Beck Group to join The Creation on a tour through Spain and Germany)

April 1, 1968 Cleethorpes, UK April 4, 1968 Llanelly, Wales April 5, 1968 Bicester, UK April 7, 1968 Bexley, UK April 8, 1968 Bath, UK April 9, 1968 Marquee, London, ENG April 11, 1968 Worthing, UK April 13, 1968 Zürich, SUI (TV-Appearance) April 14, 1968 Basel, SUI April 15, 1968 Chur, SUI April 16, 1968 Lucerne, SUI April 17, 1968 St. Gallen, SUI April 19, 1968 Copenhagen, DEN (poss 20th & 21st as well) April 20, 1968 Trelleborg, SWE April 21, 1968 Roskilde, Denmark April 24, 1968 Gothenburg, SWE April 25, 1968 Uddevalla, SWE April 25, 1968 Stockholm, SWE April 26, 1968 Jönköping, SWE April 27, 1968 Kristinehamn, SWE April 28, 1968 Copenhagen, DEN

May 4, 1968 Paris, FRA May 5, 1968 Paris, FRA May 10, 1968 Dartford, ENG May 11, 1968 Bradford, ENG May 12, 1968 Kirklevington, ENG May 18, 1968 Weston-Super-Mare, ENG

May 28, 1968 Boston Tea Party, Boston, MA (unconfirmed)

June 2, 1968 Coventry, ENG June 7, 1968 Bluesville, The Manor House, London, ENG (Bluesville '68)

Line-Up: June 14, 1968 - August 3, 1968

  • Rod Stewart - vocals
  • Jeff Beck - guitar
  • Ron Wood - bass
  • Mick Waller - drums
  • Nicky Hopkins - piano

June 14-15, 1968 Fillmore East, New York City, NY (supporting Grateful Dead, with Seventh Sons) June 16, 1968 Reality Home Rehabilitation Center, Daytop Village, Staten Island, NY (Daytop Under The Stars Festival. Benefit concert with special guest Jimi Hendrix) June 17-22, 1968 The Scene, New York City, NY (with Eric Clapton jamming on the 18th & Jimi Hendrix jamming with them on 22nd) June 26-29, 1968 Boston Tea Party, Boston, MA July 1-3, 1968 Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI

July 5-6, 1968 Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI (supported by (5th) Faith, Charging Rhino of Soul, (6th) The Frost, Gold)

July 7, 1968 5th Dimension Club, Ann Arbor, MI July 9-11, 1968 La Cave, Cleveland, OH July 12-13, 1968 Catacombs, Houston, TX July 16, 1968 Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA (with Big Brother And The Holding Company, Sly Stone & Richie Havens) ??? July 17, 1968 LuAnne's, Dallas, TX July 19-21, 1968 Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA (supporting Sly & The Family Stone) July 23-25, 1968 Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA (supporting Moby Grape) July 26-27, 1968 Shrine Exposition Hall, Los Angeles, CA (supporting Blue Cheer & Pink Floyd) August 2-4, 1968 Shrine Exposition Hall, Los Angeles, CA

Line-Up: August 10, 1968 - October 5, 1968

  • Rod Stewart - vocals
  • Jeff Beck - guitar
  • Ron Wood - bass
  • Mick Waller - drums

August 10, 1968 Kempton Park Racecourse, Sunbury, ENG (8th National Jazz & Blues Festival, with special guest Nicky Hopkins on piano)

September 6, 1968 Manor House, London, ENG (Bluesville '68) September 14, 1968 Norwich, ENG

September 17, 1968 BBC Studio 1, London, ENG (UK Radio "Top Gear" performing "You Shook Me", "Shapes Of Things", "Sweet Little Angel", "instrumental", "Mother's Old Rice Pudding", "Jeff's Boogie" & "Rock My Plimsoul". Broadcast: September 29, 1968 (except "Rock My Plimsoul" which was broadcast on the 3rd November. With Tony Newman on drums)

September 24, 1968 Marquee, London, ENG (supported by Red Light District)

September 30, 1968 Stockholm, SWE October 1, 1968 Stockholm, SWE October 2, 1968 Stockholm, SWE October 3, 1968 Stockholm, SWE October 4, 1968 Rigoletto, Jonkoping, SWE October 5, 1968 Brondby Popclub, Copenhagen, DEN

Line-Up: October 11, 1968 - February 5, 1969

  • Rod Stewart - vocals
  • Jeff Beck - guitar
  • Ron Wood - bass
  • Mick Waller - drums
  • Nicky Hopkins - piano (from 18th October onwards)

October 11, 1968 Electric Theatre, Chicago, IL October 12, 1968 Alma College, Alma, MI October 13, 1968 Hullaballoo, Mentor, OH (2 shows) October 15-17, 1968 La Cave, Cleveland, OH October 18-19, 1968 Fillmore East, New York City, NY (2 shows each night, supported by Tim Buckley & Albert King) October 20, 1968 Alexandria Roller Rink, Alexandria, VA (supporting Big Brother & The Holding Company) October 22-24, 1968 The Boston Tea Party, Boston, MA (supported by Kensington Market & Earth Opera) October 24, 1968 Psychedelic Supermarket, Boston, MA October 25-26, 1968 Electric Factory, Philadelphia, PA (supported by Ten Years After & American Dream) October 30, 1968 Rock Pile, Toronto, ON October 31, 1968 Fillmore East, New York City, NY (Benefit gig for the children in Biafra)

November 1-3, 1968 Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI (Supported by (1st) Toad, (2nd) McKenna Mendelson Mainline (replaced Dogfox), The London Fog, (3rd) Joyful Wisdom) November 8, 1968 Music Hall, Houston, TX November 9, 1968 Southern Methodist University McFarlin Auditorium, Dallas, TX November 10, 1968 Independence Auditorium, Baton Rouge, LA November 10, 1968 Oklahoma City, OK November 15-16, 1968 Thee Image, Miami, FL (Jimmy Page guests on 15th) November 22-23, 1968 Grande, Cleveland, OH (supported by (22nd) Wild Yam Rama Chuck Band & (23rd) MC5) November 27, 1968 Eagle's Auditorium, Seattle, WA November 29-30, 1968 Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA (Supported by Moody Blues, 10 Years After & Mint Tatoo)

December 5-8, 1968 Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA (supported by Sweetwater) December 6, 1968 Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA December 9, 1968 Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA ? December 12, 1968 Fillmore East, New York City, NY December 16, 1968 The Pavillion, Bath, ENG (cancelled, replaced by Led Zeppelin) December 21, 1968 Middle Earth Club, Roundhouse, London, ENG

1969

January 14, 1969 Marquee, London, ENG February ?, 1969 Lyceum, London, ENG February 5, 1969 Toby Jug, Tolworth, ENG (Last gig with Micky Waller on drums)

February 8, 1969 Fillmore East, New York City, NY (cancelled) February 14-15, 1969 Fillmore East, New York City, NY (cancelled, replaced by Sam and Dave (14th) & Chuck Berry (15th). Supported by Winter & Savoy Brown (15th only) & Aorta (who replaced Small Faces)) February 16, 1969 State University Of New York, Stony Brook, NY (supported by Jethro Tull & Mountain) February 21, 1969 Kinetic Playground, Chicago, IL (Cancelled. Replaced by Blood, Sweat & Tears)

Line-Up: March 7, 1968 - March 23, 1968

  • Rod Stewart - vocals
  • Jeff Beck - guitar
  • Ron Wood - bass
  • Douglas Blake - bass (replaced Ron Wood for one show-then fired)
  • Tony Newman - drums
  • Nicky Hopkins - piano

March ?, 1969 Alexandria, VA (without Ron Wood) March 2, 1969 Symphony Hall, Boston, MA March 7, 1969 State University of New York, Stony Brook, NY March 7, 1969 Island Garden Arena, West Hempstead, NY (supported by Savoy Brown Blues Band & Mountain) March 8, 1969 Grand, Cleveland, OH March 9, 1969 Electric Theater, Toronto, ON

March 14-15, 1969 Kinetic Playground, Chicago, IL (supported by Sweetwater, Van Morrison)

March 16, 1969 Civic Center, Baltimore, MD March 21-22, 1969 Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI March 23, 1969 Labor Temple, Minneapolis, MN

April 1, 1969 Palm Springs Drive-In Theatre, Palm Springs, CA ("The Palm Springs Pot Festival" Cancelled appearance with John Mayall, Paul Butterfield Blues Band, Lee Michaels, & The Flyin Burrito Brothers amongst others)

April 10-13, 1969 Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA (Cancelled. replace by Country Joe & The Fish. Supported by Aynsley Dunbar, Zephyr, (11th-13th) Electric Band)

April 25, 1969 Lyceum, London, ENG

Line-Up: May 2, 1968 - May 9, 1968

  • Rod Stewart - vocals
  • Jeff Beck - guitar
  • Ron Wood - bass
  • Tony Newman - drums
  • Nicky Hopkins - piano

May 2-3, 1969 Fillmore East, New York City, NY (supported by Joe Cocker & The Grease Band & NRBQ. Joe Cocker joined them on the 3rd to sing Bye Bye Baby)

May 6-8, 1969 The Boston Tea Party, Boston, MA (Supported by The Nice)

May 9, 1969 Woolsey Hall, Yale University, New Haven, CT (2 shows)

June 4, 1969 Nicky Hopkins quit June 6, 1969 Ron Wood quit (Rod Stewart and Tony Newman quit shortly thereafter)

June 6, 1969 Marquee, London, ENG (supported by The Steamhammer)

June 12, 1969 Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA ? June 20, 1969 Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA ?

June 26, 1969 BBC Television Centre, London, ENG (UK TV "Top Of The Pops" performing "Goo Goo Barabajagal" backing Donovan. Telecast on the 24th July)

Line-Up: July 2, 1968 - July 26, 1968

  • Rod Stewart - vocals
  • Jeff Beck - guitar
  • Ron Wood - bass
  • Tony Newman - drums

July 2, 1969 Aerodome, Schenectady, NY July 3, 1969 Fillmore East, New York City, NY (supported by Jethro Tull & Soft White Underbelly) July 4, 1969 Festival Field, Newport, RI (16th Annual Newport Jazz Festival) July 5, 1969 Downing Stadium, Randall's Island, NY July 11, 1969 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA (with Sly & The Family Stone, Mothers Of Invention, Ten Years After & Savoy Brown) July 12, 1969 Race Course, Laurel, MD (Laurel Pop Festival) July 13, 1969 Singer Bowl, Flushing, NY (Singer Bowl Music Festival, supporting Vanilla Fudge, with Ten Years After & Edwin Hawkins Singers. With special guests Jimmy Page (gtr), Robert Plant (voc), Glenn Cornick (bass), John Bonham (perc), Ric Lee (dr) & Carmine Appice (dr) during "Jailhouse Rock". John Bonham jammed also on "Rice Pudding") July 14, 1969 Wolman Memorial Rink, Central Park, New York City, NY (2 shows, Schaefer Music Festival) July 18-19, 1969 Pirate's World Amusement Park, Pirates Cove, Dania, FL July 21, 1969 Tamarack Lodge, Ellenville, NY (Mountain Rock Festival) July 22, 1969 Commodore Ballroom, Lowell, MA July 25-27, 1969 Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI

August 1-2, 1969 Kinetic Playground, Chicago, IL (supported by Terry Reid & Blues Image. Jeff Beck cancelled, the last Jeff Beck Group show was July 26 in Detroit. A flyer has Fleetwood Mac in place of Blues Image)

November 5, 1969 Jeff Beck was in an auto accident

April 13, 1970 Mothers, Birmingham, ENG (cancelled)

October 28, 1971 Travelodge Theater, Phoenix, AZ (2 shows 7.00 & 10.00, supported by Beans)

W/Bob Tench, Max Middleton, Cozy Powell, Clive Chaman October 30-31, 1971 Winterland, San Francisco, CA November 5-6, 1971 Academy of Music, New York City , NY (supported by Redbone & Tucky Buzzard) 12/71, Music Hall, Boston, MA 1/72, Frankfurt, GER 2/72, Imperial College of Printing, London, ENG 2/72, Roundhouse, London, ENG

February 18, 1972 Lancaster University, Lancaster, ENG (supported by Heaven)

April 8, 1972 Kongresshalle, Frankfurt, GER (supported by Heaven)

May ?, 1972 Orpheum, Boston, MA

May 5, 1972 Carnegie Hall, New York City, NY (2 shows 8.00 & 11.30, supported by Looking Glass)

May 7, 1972 Cobo Arena, Detroit, MI (supported by Stevie Wonder & Free)

May 9, 1972 Massey Hall, Toronto, ON May 13, 1972 Aerie Crown Theatre, Chicago, IL May 17, 1972 Waterbury, CT May 20, 1972 Kiel Auditorium, St. Louis, MO (supported by Mayo) June 29, 1972 Paris Theatre, London, ENG (BBC Radio with Max Middleton, Bob Tench & Cozy Powell on drums)

Beck, Bogert & Appice

W/Kim Milford, Max Middleton, Tim Bogert, Carmine Appice August 1, 1972 Stanley Theater, Pittsburgh, PA (as Jeff Beck Group) August 2, 1972 Gaelic Park, Bronx, NY (as Jeff Beck Group, supported by Argent, Flash & Blue Oyster Cult) August 4, 1972 Curtis Hixon Hall, Tampa, FL (supported by Poco & Argent) August 7, 1972 Majestic Theatre, Dallas, TX (supported by Foghat)

August 8, 1972 Chicago, IL

W/Bob Tench, Max Middleton, Tim Bogert, Carmine Appice (Milford gone) August 11, 1972 Swing Auditorium, San Bernadino, CA August 12, 1972 Civic Center, San Jose, CA

August 13, 1972 Hollywood Palladium, Hollywood, CA August 14, 1972 Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA (supported by Argent)

W/Tim Bogert, Carmine Appice (Tench,Middleton gone) September 16, 1972 Oval Cricket Ground, London, ENG (supporting Frank Zappa, Hawkwind, Man, Linda Lewis, Biggles & Sam Apple Pie) September 23, 1972 Grangemouth Stadium, Grangemouth, SCOT (Great Western Express Festival, supported by Status Quo, Steeleye Span, Billy Connolly, Average White Band, Lindisfarne, Beggers Opera, The Everley Brothers, Sunshine, The Chris McClure Section & MC John Peel. Uriah Heep & Electric Light Orchestra were billed but did not play) September 30, 1972 Amsterdam, NED October 3, 1972 Vorst Nationaal, Brussels, BEL October 8, 1972 Jahrhunderthalle, Frankfurt, W. GER October 9, 1972 Oval Cricket Ground, London, ENG ? October 15, 1972 Mile End Sundown, London, ENG October 20, 1972 Sportatorium, Hollywood, FL (start of US tour) October 24, 1972 Music Hall, Boston, MA (poss Aquarius Theatre) October 25, 1972 Palace Concert Theater, Providence, RI October 27, 1972 Capitol Theatre, Passaic, NJ (2 shows, supported by Boz Scaggs & Wet Willie) October 28, 1972 Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY October 29, 1972 R.I.T. College, Rochester, NY November 7, 1972 Ford Auditorium, Detroit, MI November 11, 1972 Warehouse, New Orleans, LA (end of US tour)

1973

Beck, Bogert & Appice UK Tour 1973 February 1, 1973 Civic Hall, Dunstable, ENG February 2, 1973 Reading University, Reading, ENG February 3, 1973 Imperial College Great Hall, London, ENG February 6, 1973 Heavy Steam Machine, Hanley, ENG February 7, 1973 Liverpool University, Liverpool, ENG February 8, 1973 Loughborough University Of Technology, Loughborough, ENG February 9, 1973 Newcastle Polytechnic, Newcastle, ENG February 10, 1973 Leeds University, Leeds, ENG February 11, 1973 Hardrock Theatre, Manchester, ENG February 12, 1973 Top Rank Suite, Swansea, WAL February 14, 1973 Oxford Polytechnic, Oxford, ENG February 15, 1973 Hard Rock, Bournemouth, ENG February 16, 1973 Edmonton Sundown, London, ENG (supported by Flash) February 18, 1973 Top Rank Suite, Cardiff, WAL February 20, 1973 Bataclan Theatre, Paris, FRA

Wet Willie US Tour 1973 (supporting Beck, Bogert & Appice) March 28, 1973 Music Hall, Boston, MA (supported by Wet Willie) March 29, 1973 Lowe's Theatre, Syracuse, NY (supported by Wet Willie) March 30, 1973 Capitol Theater, Passaic, NJ (supported by Wet Willie) March 31, 1973 McDonough Arena, Georgetown University, Washington DC (supported by Wet Willie) April 1, 1973 Palace Theatre, Albany, NY (supported by Wet Willie) April 2, 1973 Veterans Memorial Auditorium, Columbus, OH (supported by Wet Willie) April 3, 1973 Kiel Auditorium, St. Louis, MO (supported by Wet Willie) April 4, 1973 International Amphitheater, Chicago, IL (supported by Wet Willie) April 5, 1973 Armory, Minneapolis, MN (supported by Wet Willie) April 6, 1973 State Fair Coliseum, Indianapolis, IN (with Blue Öyster Cult and REO Speedwagon) April 7, 1973 War Memorial Hall, Rochester, NY (supported by Wet Willie) April 8, 1973 Cobo Hall, Detroit, MI (supported by Steely Dan & Wet Willie) April 9-10, 1973 Felt Forum, New York City, NY (supported by Wet Willie) April 11, 1973 Syria Mosque, Pittsburgh, PA (supported by Wet Willie) April 13, 1973 Maple Leaf Garden, Toronto, ON (supported by Wet Willie) April 14, 1973 Civic Center, Providence, RI (supported by Wet Willie) April 15, 1973 University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH April 16, 1973 Winterland, San Francisco, CA April 26, 1973 Seattle Centre Arena, Seattle, WA April 27, 1973 Paramount Theatre, Portland, OR April 28-29, 1973 Winterland, San Francisco, CA (supported by Wet Willie) May ?, 1973 ABC-TV In Concert, Santa Monica, CA May 3, 1973 Hollywood Palladium, Hollywood, CA May 4, 1973 University Of California, Santa Barbara, CA May 5, 1973 Sports Arena, San Diego, CA (supported by Wet Willie) May 6, 1973 Long Beach Arena, Long Beach, CA (supported by Freddie King & Wet Willie) May 8, 1973 Honolulu International Center, Honolulu, HI May 13-14, 1973 Nippon Budokan, Tokyo, JPN May 16, 1973 Nagoya Shimin Kaikan, Nagoya, JPN May 18-19, 1973 Koseinenkin Hall, Osaka, JPN 6/73, Rad Stadium, Nuremburg, W.GER 6/73, Frankfurt, W.GER June 9, 1973 Waldbühne, Berlin, W.GER (Summer Rock Festival Berlin 1973) June 9, 1973 Messezentrum Halle, Nuremberg, W.GER June 11, 1973 Burgemeester Damen Sportpark, Geleen, NED (Pinkpop Festival 1973) June 12, 1973 L'Olympia, Paris, FRA 7/3/73, Hammersmith Odeon, London, ENG (Jeff guests with David Bowie) July 11, 1973 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA (supported by Dr. John & Marshall Tucker Band) 7/73, Park Centre, Charlotte, NC 7/13/73, Curtis Simpson Hall, Tampa, FL July 16, 1973 Municipal Auditorium, Atlanta, GA (supported by Dr. John) July 20, 1973 Municipal Auditorium, San Antonio, TX July 21, 1973 State Fair Coliseum, Dallas, TX (supported by Spooky Tooth) July 29, 1973 Alexandra Palace, London, ENG (London Music Festival 1973, with Back Door & Beckett) September 1, 1973 Chestuee Charolais Farm, Benton, TN (Cancelled. The Midwest Monster Peace Jubilee and Music Festival with (1st) Quicksilver Messenger Service, Canned Heat, Black Oak Arkansas, Beck, Bogert & Appice, Roberta Flack, Deodato, Earl Scruggs, Chambers Brothers, Ballin' Jack, Freddie King, White Witch & (2nd) Edgar Winter Group, T. Rex, Spirit, Buddy Miles, Dr. John, Muddy Waters, Michael Quatro Jam Band, Joe Walsh & Barnstorm, Wolfgang, Dr. Hook & His Medicine Show, Iggy & The Stooges) September 15, 1973 Crystal Palace Bowl, London, ENG (Celebration Garden Party) November 25, 1973 Cine Marni, Brussels, BEL

1974

Beck, Bogert & Appice UK Tour 1974 January 8, 1974 Apollo Theatre, Glasgow, SCOT January 9, 1974 Caley Cinema, Edinburgh, SCOT January 10, 1974 City Hall, Newcastle, ENG January 11, 1974 Free Trade Hall, Manchester, ENG January 12, 1974 Leeds University, Leeds, ENG January 13, 1974 De Montfort Hall, Leicester, ENG January 14, 1974 Civic Hall, Wolverhampton, ENG January 16, 1974 Dome, Brighton, ENG January 17, 1974 Top Rank, Cardiff, WAL January 19, 1974 Lancaster University, Lancaster, ENG January 20, 1974 Empire, Liverpool, ENG January 22, 1974 City Hall, Sheffield, ENG January 23, 1974 Town Hall, Birmingham, ENG January 24, 1974 Colston Hall, Bristol, ENG January 26, 1974 Guildhall, Portsmouth, ENG January 26, 1974 Rainbow, London, ENG (2 shows)

1975

Jeff Beck/Mahavishnu Orchestra US Tour 1975 With Bernard Purdie, Wilbur Bascombe, Max Middleton April 24, 1975 New Century Theatre, Buffalo, NY (with Mahavishnu Orchestra) April 25, 1975 Dome Center, Henrietta, NY (with Mahavishnu Orchestra) April 26, 1975 Civic Center, Springfield, MA (with Mahavishnu Orchestra) April 27, 1975 Capitol Theater, Passaic, NJ (with Mahavishnu Orchestra) April 29, 1975 Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY (with Mahavishnu Orchestra) April 30–May 1, 1975 Avery Fisher Hall, New York City, NY (with Mahavishnu Orchestra) May 2, 1975 Midnight Special TV show, With Billy Preston, Ollie Brown, Buddy Miles, Willie Weeks & Max Middleton. Previously taped, Broadcast date May 2, 1975 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA (with Mahavishnu Orchestra) May 3, 1975 Music Hall, Boston, MA (with Mahavishnu Orchestra) May 4, 1975 Conn Coliseum, New Haven, CT (with Mahavishnu Orchestra) May 6, 1975 Stanley Theater, Pittsburgh, PA (with Mahavishnu Orchestra) May 7, 1975 Music Hall, Cleveland, OH (with Mahavishnu Orchestra) May 8, 1975 Aerie Crown Theater, Chicago, IL (with Mahavishnu Orchestra) May 9, 1975 Masonic Auditorium, Detroit, MI (with Mahavishnu Orchestra) May 10, 1975 Riverside Theatre, Milwaukee, WI (with Mahavishnu Orchestra) May 11, 1975 Ambassador Theater, St Louis, MI (with Mahavishnu Orchestra) May 28, 1975 Exposition Hall, Civic Plaza, Phoenix, AZ (with Mahavishnu Orchestra) May 29, 1975 Golden Hall, San Diego, CA (with Mahavishnu Orchestra) May 30, 1975 Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA (with Mahavishnu Orchestra) May 31, 1975 Winterland, San Fransisco, CA (2 shows, with Mahavishnu Orchestra) June 1, 1975 Civic Center, San Jose, CA (with Mahavishnu Orchestra) June 3, 1975 Paramount Theater, Portland, OR (with Mahavishnu Orchestra) June 4, 1975 Paramount Theater, Seattle, WA (with Mahavishnu Orchestra) June 7, 1975 Ice Arena, Denver, CO (with Mahavishnu Orchestra) June 8, 1975 UNM, Albuquerque, NM (with Mahavishnu Orchestra) June 9, 1975 Civic Center, El Paso, NM (with Mahavishnu Orchestra) June 11, 1975 Memorial Auditorium, Dallas, TX (with Mahavishnu Orchestra) June 12, 1975 Municipal Auditorium, San Antonio, TX (with Mahavishnu Orchestra) June 13, 1975 Music Hall, Oklahoma City, OK (with Mahavishnu Orchestra) June 14, 1975 Assembly Center, Tulsa, OK (with Mahavishnu Orchestra) June 15, 1975 Music Hall, Houston, TX (with Mahavishnu Orchestra) July 23, 1975 O'Keefe Centre, Toronto, ON (2 shows) 8/3/75, Sapporo, JPN 8/5/75, Hichi-Ken-Tui-Kykan, Naagoya, JPN 8/7/75, Tokyo, JPN October 15, 1975 Civic Center, Lakeland, FL (postponed to 16th, due to Rod having laryngitis, supported by Jeff Beck & Aerosmith) October 16, 1975 Civic Center, Lakeland, FL (re-scheduled from 15th) 10/18/75, Gulfstream Race Track, Hallandale, FL 11/8/75, Civic Centre, Lakeland, FL

1976

117-date tour, from June 1976 into February 1977 with the Jan Hammer Group.

With Jan Hammer, Tony Smith, Steve Kindler and Fernando Saunders 5/23/76, Roundhouse, London, ENG ?/?/76, Kansas City, MO ?/?/76, Pinecrests, ? 5/29/76, San Diego, CA June 5-6, 1976 Oakland Stadium, Oakland, CA (supporting (5th) Boz Scaggs & (6th) J. Geils Band) June 12, 1976 Starlight Amphitheatre, Burbank, CA June 19, 1976 Vancouver, BC June 24, 1976 Milwaukee, WI June 26, 1976 Minneapolis, MN June 29, 1976 Busch Memorial Stadium, St. Louis, MO (Super Jam with Jefferson Starship, Fleetwood Mac, Ted Nugent & Jan Hammer) July 3, 1976 Masonic Auditorium, Detroit, MI (2 shows( July 5, 1976 Iowa Fairgrounds, Des Moines, IA July 10, 1976 Comiskey Park, Chicago, IL ("World Series of Rock #1", with The Jan Hammer Group, supporting Aerosmith, with Derringer featuring Rick Derringer & Stu Daye. During Jeff's and The Jan Hammer Group performance, two fires started around the same time at the upper deck of Comiskey Park, sending out huge clouds of black smoke. The concert continued though) July 15, 1976 City Auditorium, Jackson, MS July 18, 1976 Moody Coliseum, Dallas, TX July 19, 1976 Hofheinz Pavilion, Houston, TX (with Journey) July 20, 1976 Austin Municipal Auditorium, Austin, TX August 21, 1976 Capital Centre, Largo, MD (supporting Jefferson Starship) August 26, 1976 Nassau Collisseum, Uniondale, NY August 30-31, 1976 Richfield Coliseum, Cleveland, OH (supporting Jefferson Starship) August 31, 1976 Astor Theater, Reading, PA September 2, 1976 Memorial Auditorium, Buffalo, NY (supporting The Beach Boys) September 4, 1976 Concord, NY September 12, 1976 Anaheim Stadium, Anaheim, CA (supporting Aerosmith, with Starz & Rick Derringer) September 13, 1976 Sports Arena, San Diego, CA October 8, 1976 Palladium, New York City, NY October 9, 1976 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA October 10, 1976 Music Hall, Boston, MA October 12, 1976 Waterbury, CT October 14, 1976 Onondaga County War Memorial Arena, Syracuse, NY October 15, 1976 Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, ON October 18, 1976 Palladium, New York City, NY December 3, 1976 Jai Alai Fronton, Miami, FL December 4, 1976 Curtis Simpson Hall, Tampa, FL December 8, 1976 Warehouse, New Orleans, LA (with Jan Hammer)


1977

February 19, 1977 Auditorium Theatre, Chicago, IL ?/?/77, Brisbane, AUS

1978

With Stanley Clarke, Tony Hymas & Simon Phillips 11/23/78, Kurashiki, JPN 11/24/78, Osaka, JPN 11/26/78, Nagaya, JPN 11/29/78, Osaka, JPN 12/1/78, Budokan, Toyko, JPN

1979

6/22/79, Amsterdam, NED 6/30/79, Roskilde, DEN (Roskilde Festival) 7/3/79, Arena De Frejus, FRA 7/4/79, Pavilion Pantin, Paris, FRA 7/7/79, Vienna, AUT July 13, 1979 Plaza Toros Las Arenas De Barcelona, Barcelona, SPA (with Stanley Clarke & Weather Report)

1980

May ?, 1980 Civic Hall, Guilford, ENG (Jeff guests with Eric Clapton)

With Tony Hymas, Simon Philips & Mo Foster 8/31/80, Spokane, WA 9/1/80, Vancouver, BC 9/5/80, Berkeley, CA September 6, 1980 San Diego State University Open Air Theatre, San Diego, CA September 8-9, 1980 Greek Theatre, Los Angeles, CA September 13, 1980 Dallas Convention Center Arena, Dallas, TX September 14, 1980 Sam Houston Coliseum, Houston, TX October 3, 1980 Sunrise Musical Theatre, Sunrise, FL October 4, 1980 Lakeland Civic Center, Lakeland, FL October 5, 1980 Fox Theatre, Atlanta, GA October 7, 1980 Capitol Theatre, New York City, NY October 8, 1980 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA (with The Michael Stanley Band) October 9, 1980 U. of Mass, Amherst, MA October 11, 1980 Cape Cod Colliseum, Cape Cod, MA October 12, 1980 Palladium, New York City, NY (2 shows) October 14, 1980 Constitution Hall, Washington, DC October 15, 1980 Stanley Theater, Pittsburgh, PA October 16, 1980 Cobo Arena, Detroit, MI 10/17/80, Champaign, IL 10/19/80, ? 11/1/80, Passaic, NJ 12/4/80, Tokyo, JPN 12/5/80, Sports Centre, Osaka, JPN 12/8/80, Toyko, JPN 12/10/80, Festival Hall, Osaka, JPN 12/16/80, Yokahama, JPN 12/17/80, Budokan, Toyko, JPN March 5, 1981 Edinburgh Playhouse, Edinburgh, SCOT March 7, 1981 Apollo Theatre, Manchester, ENG March 8, 1981 Birmingham, ENG 3/9/81, London, ENG 3/10/81, London, ENG

With Eric Clapton and other artists 3/11/81, Drury Lane, London, ENG (Secret Policeman's Other Ball) 3/83, Jeff guest solos on Rock Concert TV show (w/Les Paul)

With Tony Hymas, Simon Philips & Fernando Saunders 9/20/83, Royal Albert Hall, London, ENG (ARMS) 9/21/83, Royal Albert Hall, London, ENG (ARMS)

With Jan Hammer, Simon Philips & Fernando Saunders 11/28/83, Reunion Arena, Dallas, TX (ARMS) 11/29/83, Reunion Arena, Dallas, TX (ARMS) 12/1/83, Cow Palace (ARMS), San Francisco, CA (ARMS) 12/2/83, Cow Palace (ARMS), San Francisco, CA (ARMS) 12/3/83, Cow Palace (ARMS), San Francisco, CA (ARMS) 12/5/83, Sports Arena, Los Angeles, CA (ARMS) 12/6/83, Sports Arena, Los Angeles, CA (ARMS) 12/8/83, Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY (ARMS) 12/9/83, Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY (ARMS)

1984

3/19/84 Hawaii (Jeff guests with Stevie Ray Vaughn, CBS Records convention)

Jeff played in Rod Stewart's band on seven dates of his Camouflage Tour in 1984. The band also included Rod Stewart - vocals, Robin Le Mesurier - guitars and vocals, Jim Cregan - guitars and vocals, Jay Davis - bass and vocals, Tony Brock - drums, Jimmy Zavala - saxophone/harmonica, Nick Lane - trombone & Michael Chichowicz - horns)

July 3, 1984 Lawlor Events Center, Reno, NV (As part of Rod Stewart's band) July 4, 1984 Portland Memorial Coliseum, Portland, OR (As part of Rod Stewart's band) July 6, 1984 BSU Pavilion, Boise, ID (As part of Rod Stewart's band) July 8, 1984 Tacoma Dome, Tacoma, WA (As part of Rod Stewart's band) July 10-11, 1984 Pacific Coliseum, Vancouver, BC (As part of Rod Stewart's band) July 13, 1984 Olympic Saddledom, Calgary, AB (As part of Rod Stewart's band)

With Jimmy Hall, Jan Hammer, Simon Philips & Doug Wimbish 4/1/86, Greek Theatre, Los Angeles, CA 6/1/86, Karizana, JPN (Music Market, with Santana, Steve Luthaker, Buddy Miles & Jan Hammer) 6/3/86, Osaka, JPN 6/6/86, Koskeinkin Hall, Osaka, JPN 6/10/86, Tokyo, JPN 6/11/86, Budokan, Tokyo, JPN 6/26/86, Judohpepa, Tokyo, JPN ?/86, Concert Theatre, LA, CA (Jeff guests with Sting)

With Terry Bozio & Tony Hymas August 5, 1989 Ariake Coliseum, Tokyo, JPN August 9, 1989 Osaka, JPN August 10, 1989 Jo Hall, Osalia, JPN August 11-12, 1989 Yokohama Arena, Yokohama, JPN October 25, 1989 Minneapolis, MN October 27, 1989 Mecca Auditorium, Milwaukee, WI October 28, 1989 U.I.C. Pavillion, Chicago, IL October 28, 1989 Legends Club, Chicago, IL November 2, 1989 Skydome, Toronto, ON (Blues jam W/Buddy Guy) November 4, 1989 Palumbo Centre, Pittsburgh, PA November 6, 1989 Capitol Theatre, Landover, MD November 7, 1989 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA November 8, 1989 Centrum, Worcester, MA November 11, 1989 Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY November 12, 1989 R.P.I. Fieldhouse, Troy, NY November ?, 1989 Cleveland, OH November ?, 1989 Dayton, OH November 15, 1989 Riverbend Stadium, Cincinatti, OH November ?, 1989 St. Louis, MO November ?, 1989 Albany, NY November 19, 1989 Omni, Atlanta, GA November 21, 1989 Miami Arena, Miami, FL November 22, 1989 U.C.F. Sundome, Tampa, FL November 25, 1989 Dallas, TX November 26, 1989 Frank Erwin Center, Austin, TX (supporting Stevie Ray Vaughn & Double Trouble) November 29, 1989 McNichols Arena, Denver, CO December 1, 1989 LA Sports Arena, Los Angeles, CA December 2, 1989 Los Angeles, CA (Arsenio Hall TV show) December 3, 1989 Oakland Coliseum, Oakland, CA

April 23, 1990 Teatro Esmerdale, Milano, ITY April 24, 1990 Lido D'Camaione, ITY April 29, 1990 Stuttgart, GER May 3, 1990 Ludwigshaven, GER May 4, 1990 Le Zenith, Paris, FRA May 6, 1990 Dortmund, GER May 7, 1990 Utrecht, NED May 9, 1990 Edinburgh Playhouse, Edinburgh, SCOT May ?, 1990 Utrecht, NED July 29, 1990 Hammersmith Odeon, London, ENG

April 23, 1993 La Cigalle, Paris, FRA (With The Big Town Playboys)

June 15, 1994 Apollo Theatre, New York City, NY (Jeff guests with B.B. King, Albert Collins, Buddy Guy, Eric Clapton)

1995

July 31, 1995 Monday Wolf Trap, Vienna, VA August 1, 1995 Wolf Trap, Vienna, VA August 2, 1995 Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Saratoga, NY August 4, 1995 Mann Music Center, Philadelphia, PA August 5, 1995 Allentown Fairgrounds, Allentown, PA August 6, 1995 Jones Beach Amphitheater, Wantaugh, NY August 8, 1995 Starlake Amphitheater, Pittsburgh, PA August 9, 1995 Garden State Arts Center, Holmdel, NJ August 11, 1995 Jones Beach Amphitheater, Wantaugh, NY August 12, 1995 CT Center Performing Arts, Hartford, CT August 13, 1995 Great Woods (PAC), Mansfield, MA August 15, 1995 Darien Lake Amphitheater, Buffalo, NY August 16, 1995 Kingswood Music Theater, Toronto, ON August 17, 1995 Pine Knob Music Theater, Detroit, MI August 18, 1995 Blossom Music Center, Cleveland, OH August 20, 1995 Polaris Amphitheater, Columbus, OH August 22, 1995 Riverbend Music Center, Cincinnati, OH August 23, 1995 Deer Creek Music Center, Indianapolis, IN August 24, 1995 World Amphitheater, Chicago, IL August 26, 1995 Marcus Amphitheater, Milwaukee, WI August 27, 1995 Riverport Amphitheater, St. Louis, MO August 28, 1995 Sandstone Amphitheater, Kansas City, KA August 30, 1995 Fiddler's Green Amphitheater, Denver, CO September 2-3, 1995 Gorge Amphitheater, Spokane, WA September 4, 1995 Portland Meadows, Portland, OR September 15, 1995 Cal Expo, Sacremento, CA September 16, 1995 Concord Pavilion, Concord, CA September 17, 1995 Shoreline Amphitheater, Mountain View, CA September 19-20 & 22-23, 1995 Greek Theater, Los Angeles, CA September 24-25, 1995 Summer Pops Bowl, San Diego, CA September 28, 1995 Starplex Amphitheater, Dallas, TX September 29, 1995 Erwin Center, Austin, TX September 30, 1995 Woodlands Pavilion, Houston, TX October 2, 1995 Mud Island, Memphis, TN October 3, 1995 Lakewood Amphitheater, Atlanta, GA October 4, 1995 Walnut Creek Amphitheater, Raleigh, NC October 6 & 8, 1995 Paramount Theater, New York City, NY

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