November 21, 1968 Hemisfair Theater, San Antonio, TX (supporting Big Brother & The Holding Company)

December 6-8, 1968 Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco, CA (supporting Kaleidoscope & Magic Sam)


February 14-15, 1969 Fillmore East, New York City, NY (supporting Sam and Dave (14th) & Chuck Berry (15th) both of whom replaced Jeff Beck Group. With Aorta (who replaced the Small Faces & (15th only) Savoy Brown)

May 30, 1969 Michigan State Fairgrounds, Detroit, MI ("First Annual Detroit Rock & Roll Revival", with (30th) Dutch Elm, All The Lonely People, Caste, Red White & Blues Band, Frost, Train, Wilson Mower Pursuit, James Gang, Fabulous Counts, 3rd Power, Sun-Ra, Johnny Winter, (30th & 31st) Terry Reid, Sky, Teegarden & Van Winkle, Rationals, Dr. John The Night Tripper, New York Rock 'n' Roll Ensemble, MC5, (31st) Chuck Berry (backed by The Woolies), Plain Brown Wrapper, Up, Frost, Lyman Woodard, Litter, Savage Grace, Gold Brothers, SRC, Brownsville Station)

June 12-14, 1969 The Boston Tea Party, Boston, MA (supported by Raven)

July 1-3, 1969 Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA (Supported by Lonnie Mack & Rockin' Foo)

July 12, 1969 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA (with Led Zeppelin, Al Kooper, Jethro Tull & Buddy Guy Blues Band)

August 15-16, 1969 Kinetic Playground, Chicago, IL (supporting Paul Butterfield, with The Flock)

November 14-15, 1969 Fillmore East, New York City, NY (2 shows 8.00 & 11.30, supported by Blodwyn Pig & Chicago)

December 11-13, 1969 The Boston Tea Party, Boston, MA (supported by Sons of Champlin & Ten Wheel Drive)


February 26 & March 1, 1970 Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA (supported by Mountain & Eric Mercury & supporting Jack Bruce & Friends on 26th)

February 27-28, 1970 Winterland, San Francisco, CA (supporting Jack Bruce & Friends, with Mountain & Eric Mercury)

March 10-11, 1970 Vulcan Gas Company, Austin, TX (supported by Hub City Movers)

April 10-11, 1970 Capitol Theater, Port Chester, NY (supported by Taj Mahal)

April 22, 1970 Roundhouse, London, ENG (Pop Proms 1970, supported by Juicy Lucy & Quintessence. Hosted by John Peel)

June 27, 1970 Royal Bath & West Showground, Shepton Mallet, ENG (Bath Festival of Blues and Progressive Music)

July 19, 1970 Parade Stadium, Minneapolis, MN (supporting Sly & The Family Stone, with Richie Havens, Amboy Dukes & Blumsberry People)

July 23-25, 1970 The Boston Tea Party, Boston, MA (supported by J. Geils Blues Band)

August 2, 1970 Chateau De Saint-Pons, Aix-en-Provence, FRA (Progressive Music Festival 1970)

September 3-6, 1970 Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA (supported by Boz Scaggs & Freddie King)

September 17-19, 1970 The Boston Tea Party, Boston, MA (supported by Tin House)

December 18, 1970 State Fair Music Hall, Dallas, TX (supported by Wildfire)

March 11-13, 1971 Fillmore East, New York City, NY (supported by Elvin Bishop Group & Allman Brothers)

April 8-11, 1971 Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA (supported by J. Geils Band & Dreams)

May 21, 1971 Wabash College Gym, Crawfordsville, IN (2 shows 7.00 & 10.00, supported by ELP & Humble Pie

April 26, 1973 Cobo Hall, Detroit, MI (supported by Foghat)

April 29, 1973 Convention Center, Louisville, KY (supported by Foghat)

August 16, 1973 The Orphanage, San Francisco, CA

December 27, 1973 Civic Center, St. Paul, MN

December 29, 1973 Fairgrounds Coliseum, Indianapolis, IN (supported by The James Gang (who replaced The New York Dolls), Spirit & Brownsville Station)

December 30, 1973 Public Hall, Cleveland, OH (supported by James Gang)

April 2, 1974 Portland Coliseum, Portland, OR (supported by Black Oak Arkansas & Brownsville Station)

June 1, 1974 Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY (supported by 10cc)

August 7, 1976 Anaheim Stadium, Los Angeles, CA (supporting ZZ Top, with Blue Oyster Cult, Point Blank (who replaced Rory Gallagher) & (host) Cal Worthington and his dog spot)

November 18-19, 1978 Armadillo World Headquarters, Austin, TX (supported by Dragon)


February 27, 1981 Capitol Theater, Passaic, NJ

September 11, 1982 My Father's Place, Roslyn, NY

February 26, 1983 Calderone Concert Hall, Hicksville, NY (with Alvin Lee)

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