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1969

October 16-18, 1969 Lion's Share, San Anselmo, CA ('Canterbury Fair', with Ry Cooder. Randy's first solo performance in front of an audience, with his back pretty much to the audience)

1970

February 24-29, 1970 Troubadour, Los Angeles, CA (supported by Mary McCaslin. Randy's first "official" appearance)

June ?, 1970 US TV "Liza" performing "Love Story" solo & "So Long Dad" in a duet with Liza Minnelli. Broadcast June 29th)

September 9-14 & 16-21, 1970 Bitter End, New York City, NY (Randy's first NYC performance, supported by The Chapins & (17-19 only) Fairport Convention)

September 24, 1970 US TV "David Frost Show". Broadcast date.

September 24-27, 1970 Main Point, Bryn Mawr, PA (supported by Manhattan Transfer)

October 10, 1970 Revolution Club, London, ENG (Due to a rude audience, Randy played only "Lover's Prayer", "Yellow Man", and part of "I Think It's Going To Rain Today", before walking off stage)

1971

? ?, 1971 The Boarding House, San Francisco, CA

September 7-12, 1971 Troubadour, Los Angeles, CA (With Ian Mathews)

September 30, 1971 Town Hall, New York City, NY

October 1, 1971 George Washington University's Lisner Auditorium, Washington, DC

October 8, 1971 Sanders Theatre, Boston, MA

October 14-17, 1971 Main Point, Bryn Mawr, PA (supported by Ralph McTell)

October 23, 1971 UCLA Royce Hall, Los Angeles, CA (Pop At Royce Series)

November 6, 1971 Masonic Auditorium, San Francisco, CA

November ?, 1971 UCLA Royce Hall, Los Angeles, CA

Fall of 1971 Carnegie-Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA (supported by Bonnie Raitt)

December 1, 1971 Syracuse, NY ("Remote @ Warner Bros")

December 2, 1971 Crouse College Auditorium, Syracuse, NY (supported by Bonnie Raitt)

December 5, 1971 Guthrie, MN (supported by Bonnie Raitt)

Fall of 1971 Bitter End, New York City, NY (a tuesday night)

? ?, 1971 Quiet Knight, Chicago, IL

1972

KMET - radio L.A.

March 6, 1972 Royal Festival Hall, London, ENG (supported by David Elliott)

March - Holland

March 9, 1972 Bussum, NED

March 11 [?] - Maart, Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, NED

March 27-April 1, 1972 Marv's, Denver, CO (with David Blomberg)

April 5-9, 1972 Quiet Knight, Chicago, IL

May ?, 1972 Los Angeles, CA ("Folkscene" KPFA, Randy is interviewed and plays 14 songs)

May 16-21, 1972 Troubador, Los Angeles, CA (supported by Jennifer Warnes)

? ?, 1972 Towne Crier Cafe, Pawling, NY

? ?, 1972 Ebbett's Field, Denver, CO (Radio broadcast)

June 8-11, 1972 Boarding House, San Francisco, CA (supported by Jim Croce)

June 15-18, 1972 Main Point, Bryn Mawr, PA (supported by Jim Croce)

June 23-25, 1972 My Father's Place, Roslyn, NY (supported by Jim Croce)

June 27, 1972 Bitter End, New York City, NY (supported by Jim Croce)

July 21, 1972 Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA (supported by Judee Sill & Jim Croce)

July 27, 1972 Buffalo, NY

July 29, 1972 Lenox Arts Center, Lenox, MA

July 31, 1972 US TV "The Dick Cavett Show"

August 4-5, 1972 Pagoda Palace, San Francisco, CA (Live radio broadcast)

August 21, 1972 Pine Knob Music Theater, Detroit, MI (supported by Jim Croce)

August 22, 1972 Bitter End, New York City, NY

August 24-27, 1972 Paul's Mall, Boston, MA (2 shows each night 8.30 & 10.30, supported by Jim Croce)

August 28-29, 1972 Grumbles, Toronto, ON (supported by Jim Croce)

September 1, 1972 Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, MD (CANCELLED, supported by Jim Croce)

September 15, 1972 George Washington

September 16, 1972 Irvine Auditorium, Philadelphia, PA (supported by Jim Croce)

September 18, 1972 Goddard College

October 7, 1972 Carlyle, PA

October 8, 1972 Guthrie Theater, Minneapolis, MN (supported by Jim Croce)

October 20, 1972 Philharmonic Hall, New York City, NY (With 50-piece orchestra, conducted by Emil Newman)

October 21, 1972 Princeton, MA

October 27 - "Radio Show w/ Michael Cuserena" from Warner Bros.

October 28, 1972 University of Toledo, Toledo, OH

October 29, 1972 Syracuse, NY

November 4, 1972 Community Theater, Berkeley, CA (supported by Jesse Colin Young)

November 8-9, 1972 University of Houston, Houston, TX

December 8, 1972 Worchester, MA

December 9, 1972 Boston, MA

1972 and/or1973 - Cambridge Performance Center, Cambridge, MA

1973

March 16, 1973 Lafayette, LA

April 5, 1973 Buffalo, NY

April 6, 1973 Massey Hall,Toronto, ON (with Sandy Denny)

April 7, 1973 SUNY Elting Gym, New Paltz, New York, NY (with Sandy Denny)

April 8, 1973 Rochester, NY

April 11, 1973 Power Center, Ann Arbor, MI (with Tim Buckley)

April 12, 1973 Symphony Hall, Boston, MA (supported by Sandy Denny & Martin Mull)

April 13, 1973 Yale, CT

April 14, 1973 Farleigh Exposure Coffeehouse, Rutherford, NJ (2 shows with Sandy Denny)

April 27-29, 1973 Ebbets Field, Denver, CO (2 shows each night with Sandy Denny)

May 4, 1973 Gambier, OH

May 5, 1973 Oberlin, OH

May 6, 1973 University of Nebraska, Omaha, NB

May 7, 1973 Appelton, WI

May 10-13, 1973 Tulogi   ????

June 2, 1973 Armadillo World Headquarters, Austin, TX

August 12, 1973 Hyannis, Massachusetts, MA

August 17-19, 1973 Quiet Knight, Chicago, IL

August 23-25, 1973 Washington, DC

August 26, 1973 Hyannis, Cape Cod

September 21, 1973 West Chester, PA

September 22, 1973 Shubert Theater, Philadelphia, PA (2 shows 8.00 & 11.00, with Bonnie Raitt)

September 23-25, 1973 Washington, DC

September 27, 1973 Brockport, NY

September 28, 1973 Hamilton, NY

September 29, 1973 Schenectady, NY

September 30, 1973 Buffalo, NY

October 23, 1973 Philharmonic Hall, New York City, NY

November 28, 1973 Colorado Springs

November 29, 1973 University of Iowa

November 30, 1973 University of Alabama Morgan Auditorium, Tuscaloosa, AL (2 shows)

December 1, 1973 Wake Forest, NC

December 2, 1973 Binghampton, NY

December 5, 1973 Camden College

December 6, 1973 Weslyn College

December 7, 1973 University of New Haven

December 8, 1973 Wayne, NJ

December 9, 1973 Conton, NY

1974

? ?, 1974 Massey Hall, Toronto, ON

? ?, 1974 McGill University

? ?, 1974 Universal Amphitheatre, Los Angeles, CA

January 26, 1974 Bellingham, WA

Feburary 10, 1974 Phoenix, AZ

February 22, 1974 Greely, CO

February 23, 1974 Glassboro, NJ

February 24-25, 1974 Boston, MA

April 26, 1974 Houston, TX

May 22, 1974 Stadsschouwburg, Eindhoven, NED (supported by Ralph McTell)

May 23, 1974 De Doelen, Rotterdam, NED (supported by Ralph McTell)

May 24, 1974 De Oosterpoort, Groningen, NED (supported by Ralph McTell)

May 25, 1974 De Vereeniging, Nijmegen, NED (supported by Ralph McTell)

May 26, 1974 Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, NED (supported by Ralph McTell)

June 2, 1974 Theatre Royal Drury Lane, London, ENG (With David Elliott. Part of European tour)

June 4, 1974 BBC TV, London, ENG (UK TV "Old Grey Whistle Test")

June 28, 1974 Hawaii

July 5, 1974 Aspen, CO

September - TV

September 27-29, 1974 Troubadour, Los Angeles, CA (With Wendy Waldman)

1974 - "Folkscence" KPFA, Los Angeles. Randy is interviewed and plays 12 songs.

October 5, 1974 Symphony Hall, Atlanta, GA (Randy performs with the 87-piece Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Emil Newman. Supported by Ry Cooder

October 6, 1974 Guthrie Theatre, Minneapolis, MN (2 shows with Ry Cooder)

October 8, 1974 Midland Theatre, Kansas City, MO (with Dory Previn)

October 11, 1974 St. Louis, MO

October 14, 1974 Toronto, ON

October 15, 1974 Batavia, NY

October 18, 1974 Avery Fisher Hall, New York City, NY (Salute To Charles Ives. Randy plays fifteen songs solo, and follows by playing eleven songs with a 40-piece orchestra conducted by Emil Newman)

October 19, 1974 DAR Constitution Hall, Washington DC (supported by Ry Cooder)

October 25, 1974 Wisconsin Union Theater, Madison, WI (supported by Ry Cooder)

October 26, 1974 Westport, CT

October 27, 1974 Albany, NY

October 31, 1974 Moore Theatre, Seattle, WA

November 1, 1974 Portland, OR

November 3, 1974 Vancouver, BC

November 4, 1974 Record Plant, Sausalito, CA (A live broadcast for KSAN, San Francisco)

November 8, 1974 Phoenix, AZ

November 9, 1974 Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA (supported by Ry Cooder)

November 13, 1974 University Of Arizona Main Auditorium, Tucson, AZ

November 14, 1974 Denver, CO (Ebbets Field?)

November 15, 1974 Cleveland, OH

November 16, 1974 Springfield, MA

November 18, 1974 Academy Of Music, Philadelphia, PA (supported by Ry Cooder)

November 21, 1974 Boston, MA

November 22, 1974 Lexington, KY

November 23, 1974 University Of Iowa, Iowa City, IA

November 24, 1974 Albuquerque, NM

November 29, 1974 Auditorium Theatre, Chicago, IL (with Dory Previn)

1975

February 6, 1975 Music Hall, Houston, TX (supported by Ry Cooder)

February 7, 1975 Austin, TX

February 8, 1975 Dallas, TX

February 14, 1975 Athens, GA

February 15, 1975 Nashville, TN

February 16, 1975 Raleigh, NC

February 19-20, 1975 Chicago, IL

February 21, 1975 Uihlein Hall, Milwaukee, WI (supported by Ry Cooder)

February 22, 1975 Alexander Hall, Princeton, NJ (supported by Ry Cooder)

February 23, 1975 Mobile, AL

February 25, 1975 Linly

February 27, 1975 Lafyette, LA

March 4, 1975 Santa Barbara, CA

March 21, 1975 Chapman College Auditorium, Orange, CA

March ?, 1975 DUTCH TV "Music All In" performing "Political Science", "Birmingham" & "I Think It's Gonna Rain Today". Randy also receives a gold record for "Good Old Boys"

July 24, 1975 Blankenberge, BEL ("2nd Festival Van De Gouden Leeuw")

1976

? ?, 1976 Universal Amphitheatre, Los Angeles, CA

May 13, 1976 Camden County College Lincoln Auditorium, Blackwood, NJ (supported by Leon Redbone)

May 31, 1976 Center for the Performing Arts, San Jose, CA (With Ry Cooder)

June 13, 1976 Kaufman Concert Hall, New York City, NY (Lyrics and Lyricists Series, a solo performance featuring "Just One Smile" & "They Tell Me It's Summer")

June ?, 1976 Farther, NJ

1977

February 20, 1977 Theatre of Performing Arts, New Orleans, LA (US TV "Big Event - Live From The Mardi Gras, It's Saturday Night On Sunday")

August 23, 1977 Universal Ampitheater, Los Angeles, CA (Randy and Emil Newman and a 50-piece orchestra, supported by Ry Cooder)

August 27, 1977 Baton Rouge Speedway, Louisiana

September 4, 1977 Tanglewood Music Fair

Randy Newman US Tour 1977

September 23, 1977 Academy of Music, Philadelphia, PA (with Stephen Bishop)

September 24, 1977 Washington, DC

September 25, 1977 Boston, MA

September 27, 1977 Ottawa, ON

September 28, 1977 Montreal, QC

September 30, 1977 Avery Fisher Hall, New York City, NY (Randy performs with a chamber orchestra, conducted by Emil Newman)

October 1, 1977 Syria Mosque, Pittsburgh, PA (with Stephen Bishop)

October 2, 1977 Buffalo, NY

October 4, 1977 Syracuse, NY

October 5, 1977 Poughkeepsie, NY

October 6, 1977 North Hampton, Boston, MA

October 7, 1977 Princeton, MA

October 8, 1977 Worcester, MA

October 9, 1977 Toronto, ON

October 11-12, 1977 Great Southeast Music Hall, Atlanta, GA (2 shows)

October 13, 1977 Gainsville, FL

October 14, 1977 Orlando, FL

October 15, 1977 Tampa, FL

October 19, 1977 Birmingham Jefferson CC, Birmingham, AL (supported by John Prine)

October 20, 1977 Baton Rouge, LA

October 21, 1977 New Orleans, LA

October 22, 1977 Paramount Theatre, Austin, TX (2 shows 8.00 & 11.00)

October 23, 1977 Houston, TX

October 25, 1977 Waco, TX (?)

October 26, 1977 Tulsa, OK (?)

October 28, 1977 Lafayette, LA (?)

October ?, 1977 Kingfish Rock Club, Baton Rouge, LA

October 29, 1977 Royal Oak Music Theatre, Detroit, MI (supported by Kenny Rankin)

October 30, 1977 Music Hall, Cincinnati, OH (supported by Kenny Rankin)

October 31, 1977 East Lansing, MI

November 1-2, 1977 Chicago, IL

November 3, 1977 Milwaukee, WI

November 4, 1977 Minneapolis, MN

November 5, 1977 Cleveland, OH

November 6, 1977 Columbus, OH

November 7, 1977 Madison

November 9, 1977 Denver, CO

November 10, 1977 Waco, TX

November 11, 1977 Phoenix

November 12, 1977 Arlington Theatre, Santa Barbara, CA (supported by Wendy Waldman)

November 13, 1977 Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA (supported by John McEuen)

November 16, 1977 Eureka

November 17, 1977 Vancouver, BC

November 18, 1977 Portland, OR

November 19, 1977 Paramont Theatre, Seattle, WA

November 20, 1977 University Of Oregon McArthur Court, Eugene, OR

November 22, 1977 Santa Cruz, CA

November 23, 1977 Civic Theatre, San Diego, CA

1977 - "Radio Show '77" from Warner Bros.

1978

January 25, 1978 Community Theatre, Sacramento, CA

January 27, 1978 Albuquerque, NM

January 28, 1978 South Hall, Memphis, TN

January 29, 1978 Omaha, NB

January 31, 1978 Knoxville Auditorium, Knoxville, TX (supported by Mac McAnally)

February 1, 1978 Municipal Auditorium, Jackson, MS (supported by Mac McAnally)

February 2, 1978 Music Hall, Kansas City, MO

February 4, 1978 Dallas, TX

February 5, 1978 Lyric Theatre, Baltimore, MD

February 11, 1978 Capitol Theatre, Passaic, NJ (Live broadcast on WNEW-FM, supported by Loudon Wainwright III)

February 12, 1978 Amherst

April 7, 1978 Chicago, IL

April 8, 1978 Wittenberg University, Springfield, OH

April 9, 1978 Kent State University Student Center Ballroom, Kent, OH

April 10, 1978 Delaware, OH

April 11, 1978 Lexington, KY

April 12, 1978 War Memorial Hall, Nashville, TN

April 15, 1978 Symphony Hall, Atlanta, GA

April 16, 1978 Gusman Theatre, Miami, FL (with Paul Davis)

May 3, 1978 Gesellschaftshaus Im Zoo, Frankfurt, W.GER

May 4, 1978 Munich, W.GER

May 5, 1978 Stockholm, SWE

May 7, 1978 Copenhagen, DEN

May 8, 1978 Club 7, Oslo, NOR (Also appeared on Norwegian television)

May 9, 1978 Hamburg, GER

May 10, 1978 Montreaux, SUI

May 11, 1978 Paris, FRA

May 13, 1978 Brussels, BEL

May 15, 1978 Congresgebouw, Hague, NED

May 16, 1978 De Doelen, Rotterdam, NED

May 17, 1978 Evenementehal, Groningen, NED

May 18, 1978 Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, NED

May 19, 1978 Vereeniging, Nijmegen, NED

May 20, 1978 Vienna, AUT

May 22, 1978 Carre Theatre, Amsterdam, NED

May 23-24, 1978 Koningin Elisabeth, Antwerp, BEL

Randy Newman UK Tour 1978

May 26, 1978 Apollo Theatre, Manchester, ENG

May 27, 1978 Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool, ENG

May 28, 1978 Theatre Royal Drury Lane, London, ENG

May 30, 1978 Town Hall, Birmingham, ENG

June 2, 1978 London, ENG (UK TV "Old Grey Whistle Test")

July - Ontario Place Forum.

July 14 - The Forum, Toronto - Televised in Japan

August - Tour with band made up of Bill Payne, Michael McDonald, Willie Weeks, Andy Newmark, Ted Templeman, and Milt Holland.

August 4, 1978 Vancouver, BC

August 9, 1978 San Diego, CA

August 11, 1978 Conference Center, Monterey, CA

August 13, 1978 Greek Theatre, Berkeley, CA

August 17-22, 1978 Universal Amphitheatre, Los Angeles, CA (With Bonnie Raitt)

August 23, 1978 Denver, CO

September - The Forum, Los Angeles, California. A filmed solo performance, directed by Wendall Wilks. Shown on "Nightflight" for television. Was a commercially available video and runs 47 minutes.

September 4 - Niemegen, Holland. ??

1979

August 24, 1979 De Doelen, Rotterdam, NED

November 1, 1979 Konserthuset, Oslo, NOR

November 3, 1979 Stockholm, SWE

November 5, 1979 Audimax, Hamburg, GER

November 6, 1979 Hugenottenhalle Neu-Isenburg, GER

November 7, 1979 Circus Krone, Munich, GER

November 8, 1979 Cologne, GER

November 10, 1979 Paris, FRA

November 11, 1979 Koningin Elisabeth, Antwerp, BEL

November 12, 1979 Palais Van Schone Kunsten, Brussels, BEL

November 13, 1979 Vienna, AUT

November 14, 1979 Zurich, SUI

November 16, 1979 Groningen, NED

November 17, 1979 Enschede, NED

November 18, 1979 Hague, NED

November 19, 1979 Amsterdam, NED

November 20, 1979 Nijmegan, NED

November 21, 1979 Sittard, NED

November 22, 1979 Utrecht, NED

November 25, 1979 Dominion Theatre, London, ENG

1980

February 8, 1980 Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford, CT

February 9, 1980 Princeton

February 10, 1980 West Chester

February 29, 1980 Santa Barbara, CA

March 1, 1980 Davis, CA

March 2, 1980 San Diego, CA

March 7, 1980 Memorial Auditorium, Stanford, CA

March 8, 1980 Scotsdale, AZ

March 9, 1980 Fort Collins

German radio special circa Born Again includes interviews and short telephone interview with Roswitha Newman with German VO (45 min.)

1981

January 16, 1981 Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA (Benefit for musicians strike)

1982

February 23, 1982 Concertgebouw, Haarlem, NED

March 11, 1982 Hauge, NED

November 5-6, 1982 Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium, Calgary, AB

November 7, 1982 Vancouver, BC

December 10-11, 1982 Paris, FRA

December 12-13, 1982 London, ENG

December 14, 1982 Dortmund, GER

December 16-18, 1982 Holland

December 19, 1982 Milan, ITY

1983

January 25, 1983 Town Hall, Dusseldorf, GER

January 26, 1983 Alt Opera, Frankfurt, GER

January 27, 1983 Volkhaus, Zurich, SUI

January 28, 1983 Liederhalle, Stuttgart, GER

January 29, 1983 Musikhalle, Hamburg, GER

January 31, 1983 Theatre Am Don, Cologne, GER

February 1, 1983 Gota Lejon, Stockholm, SWE

February 2, 1983 Konserthuset, Oslo, NOR

February 3-4 - Casino de Paris

February 5 - Berlin Philharmonie

February 6 - Television apperance

February 8, 1983 Rome, ITY

February 9 - Television apperance

February 10, 1983 National Stadium, Dublin, IRE

February 11-12, 1983 Dominion Theatre, London, ENG (supported by Mathilde Santing)

February 13, 1983 Playhouse, Edinburgh, SCOT

February 16, 1983 Deutschesmuseum, Munich, GER

February 17, 1983 De Singel, Antwerp, BEL

February 18, 1983 Congreshalle, Ghent, BEL

February 19, 1983 Culturecentre, Turnhout, BEL

February 20, 1983 De Doelen, Rotterdam, NED

February 21, 1983 Carre, Amsterdam, NED

February 22, 1983 Concertgebouw, Haarlem, NED

March 17, 1983 University of Alberta Sub Theatre, Edmonton, AB

March 18, 1983 Convocation Hall, Toronto, ON

March 19, 1983 Hamilton Place, Hamilton, ON

March 20, 1983 National Arts Center, Ottawa, ON

March 21, 1983 Le Spectrum, Montreal, QC

March 22, 1983 Eastman Theatre, Rochester, NY

March 24, 1983 Bayou, Washington, DC

March 25, 1983 Park West, Chicago, IL

March 26, 1983 Capitol Theatre, Passaic, NJ

March 27, 1983 Tower Theater, Upper Darby, PA

March 30, 1983 Bogarts, Cincinnati, OH

April 1, 1983 Royal Oak Music Theatre, Detroit, MI

April 2, 1983 Berkeley Performance Center, Boston, MA

April 3, 1983 Avery Fisher Hall, New York City, NY

April 7, 1983 Paramount Theater, Austin, TX

April 9, 1983 Orpheum Theater, New Orleans, LA

April 10, 1983 Cullen Auditorium, Houston, TX

April 11, 1983 Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium, Calgary, AB

April 13, 1983 Paramount Theater, Portland, OR (cancelled)

April 14, 1983 Vancouver, BC (cancelled)

April 15, 1983 Paramount Theater, Seattle, WA

April 16, 1983 Universal Amphitheater, Los Angeles, CA

April 17, 1983 Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA

April 21, 1983 Rainbow Music Hall, Denver, CO

April 23, 1983 Kansas City, MO

June 6-7, 1983 Hihon Seinen Kaikan, Tokyo, JPN

June 9, 1983 Mido Kaikan, Osaka, JPN

December 8, 1983 Live at the Odeon taping

1984

August 1, 1984 Timberwolf, Cincinnati, OH Tour with James Taylor.

August 2, 1984 Blossom Music Center, Cuyahoga Falls, OH

August 3-4, 1984 Poplar Creek Music Theater, Hoffman Estates, IL

August 6, 1984 Ohio Center, Columbus, OH

August 7-8, 1984 Pine Knob Music Theater, Clarkson, MI (supporting James Taylor)

August 10, 1984 Civic Center, Springfield, MA

August 11, 1984 Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, MD (supporting James Taylor)

August 12, 1984 Jones Beach, Wantaugh, NY

August 14, 1984 Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Saratoga, NY (supporting James Taylor)

August 15, 1984 Boston Commons, Boston, MA

August 16, 1984 Mann Music Center, Philadelphia, PA

August 17, 1984 Garden State Arts Center, Holmdel, NJ

August 18, 1984 Kings Dominion, Richmond, VA

August 19, 1984 Carowinds, Charlotte, NC

August 21, 1984 Chastain Park, Atlanta, GA

August 23, 1984 Bayfront Center, St. Petersburgh, FL

August 24-25, 1984 Sunrise Musical Theatre, Miami, FL

August 26, 1984 Orange County Civic Center, Orlando, FL

August 28, 1984 Amphitheater, New Orleans, LA

August 29, 1984 Mudd Island, Memphis, TN

August 31, 1984 Summit, Houston, TX

September 1, 1984 Reunion Arena, Dallas, TX

September 2, 1984 Zoo Amphitheater, Oklahoma City, OK

September 4, 1984 Municipal Opera House, St. Louis, MO

September 5, 1984 Sandstone Theatre, Bonner Springs, MO

September 7, 1984 Red Rocks Stadium, Denver, CO

September 9, 1984 Greek Theatre, Berkeley, CA

September 11-14, 1984 Universal Amphitheatre, Los Angeles, CA

September 14, 1984 City Hall, Los Angeles, CA (Randy receives a Los Angeles City Proclamation honoring him for "I Love L.A.")

September 16-17, 1984 Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre, Laguna Hills, CA

October 16, 1984 Los Angeles, CA (Mondale/Ferraro Benefit dinner, performing "Short People" & "I Love L.A.")

October 31, 1984 Univerisity of California Ackerman Grand Ballroom, Los Angeles, CA (Homecoming week festivities. Randy spoke to students but did not perform)

November 3, 1984 Concert Arena, Orange County, CA (Friends of Steve Goodman Concert)

1985

February 18, 1985 Beverly Wilshire Hotel, Los Angeles, CA (Western States Advertising Agency Association's 1984 "Leader of the Year" award for Creative Director Lee Clow of Chiat/Day Agency. Randy performed "I Love L.A.")

May 3, 1985 Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles, CA (The New American Orchestra Sixth Anniversary Tribute to Lionel Newman for 40 years of music at 20th Century Fox)

May 19, 1985 Shubert Theatre, New York City, NY (Comic Relief, AIDS Benefit)

June 22, 1985 Meadow Brook, Rochester Hills, MI (With Father Guido Sarducci)

June 29, 1985 County Bowl, Santa Barbara, CA (With Emmylou Harris)

June 30, 1985 Pacific Amphitheatre, Costa Mesa, CA (With Emmylou Harris)

July 12, 1985 Universal Amphitheatre, Los Angeles, CA (supported by comic Brad Garrett)

September 22, 1985 Memorial Stadium, Champaign, IL (Farm Aid. Live television broadcast. Randy is introduced by and performs with Billy Joel at two grand pianos placed front-to-front. They play "Sail Away", "Political Science", Joel's "Only The Good Die Young" & "Stagger Lee". "Stagger Lee" was not televised)

October 16, 1985 The Bayou, Washington DC (With comic Chip Franklin)

October 17, 1985 Convocation Hall, Toronto, ON (supported by Richard Thompson)

October 19, 1985 Upstairs at the Tralf, Boston [?]

October 19, 1985 Flynn Theatre, Burlington, VT (with Richard Thompson ?)

October 27, 1985 Rockefeller's, Houston, TX (2 shows 8.00 & 11.00)

November 8, 1985 Wolfgang's, San Francisco, CA (2 shows)

November 9, 1985 Opera House, Austin, TX

November 10, 1985 Saenger Theatre, Mobile, AL (with Leon Redbone)

November 22, 1985 Backstage, Portland, OR

December 31, 1985 Beverly Theatre, Los Angeles, CA (2 shows with Richard Thompson)

1986

August 28, 1986 Seattle, WA (Bumbershoot Music Festival)

September 19, 1986 Los Angeles voter registration drive at Westwood Village at Westwood Blvd. and Kinross Ave. No performance. Randy spoke to news reporters.

December 9, 1986 Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles, CA (Benefit concert as part of WinterFest, with Henry Mancini, Lionel Newman, Dave Grusin & John Williams)

1987

? ?, 1987 Beverly Hilton Hotel, Los Angeles, CA (Special Olympics opening ceremonies)

May 18, 1987 Folies Bergere, Paris, FRA

May 21, 1987 Teatro Nazionale, Milan, ITY (supported by Victoria Williams)

May 24, 1987 London Palladium, London, ENG

May 27, 1987 Leidse Schouwburg, Leiden, NED

June 4, 1987 Cincinnati Zoo Peacock Pavilion, Cincinnati, OH (Central Trust Jazzoo'87)

June 5, 1987 Bicentennial Park Columbus, OH (Columbus Arts Festival)

November 21, 1987 Wiltern Theatre, Los Angeles, CA (Third Annual Salute to the American Songwriter, with Randy, Kris Kristofferson, Thom Bell, Stephen Stills, Lamont Dozier, Billy Vera, Roger Miller & others)

1988

September 3, 1988 Opera House, Seattle, WA (Bumbershoot Music Festival)

September 28, 1988 20th Century Fox, West Los Angeles, CA ("Fanfare and Fox". Benefit for National Public Radio, a $250-a-plate dinner show with Randy Newman, Keith Carradine, Elliott Gould & others)

October ?, 1988 US Radio "Fresh Air", interviewed by Terry Gross.

October 19, 1988 US TV "Late Night With David Letterman"

October 22, 1988 US TV "Saturday Night Live"

October 31, 1988 US RADIO "Rockline" interviewed and performing "Dixie Flyer" & "I Think It's Going To Rain Today" on electric piano.

November 9, 1988 US Radio "Fresh Air", interviewed by Bob Edwards

November 12, 1988 United Nations visitors lobby, New York City, NY (UNICEF Benefit Concert, "Children of the Americas". Part of a four-hour radio broadcast. Randy plays: I Love L.A., Dixie Flyer, Sail Away, Political Science, Short People, and I Want You To Hurt Like I Do. Other acts included: Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young, Jackson Browne, and The Fabulous Thunderbirds, Steve Forbert, Al Stewart, others)

November ?, 1988 Different Fur Studios, San Francisco, CA (Personal appearance, performing one song with Mark Knopfler)

December 8, 1988 Audio and video spots taped for RADD (Recording Artists Against Drunk Driving). Randy Newman, Eddie Money, Phil Collins, Ray Davies, many others.

November ?, 1988 UK Radio "Roger Scott's Saturday Sequence". Randy is interviewed and performs with Mark Knopfler on several songs for broadcast.

1989

January 20, 1989 US TV "Late Night With David Letterman"

January 25-26, 1989 Mann Auditorium, Tel Aviv, ISR

January 28, 1989 Yagar Auditorium, Near Haifa, ISR

January 29, 1989 Jerusalem Theatre, Jerusalem, ISR

January 31-February 1, 1989 Pallas Theatre, Athens, GRE

February 3, 1989 Beurshalle, Bruges, BEL

February 5, 1989 De Warande, Turnhout, BEL

February 7, 1989 Sardines, Oslo, NOR

February 8, 1989 Gora Lejon, Stockholm, SWE

February 10, 1989 Atlanta, GA (L.A. Gear Convention)

February 13, 1989 London, ENG (BPI Awards)

February 14, 1989 Kongresshaus, Zurich, SUI

February 15-16, 1989 La Cigale, Paris, FRA

February 17, 1989 National Stadium, Dublin, IRE

February 19, 1989 Schouwburg Rotterdam, Rotterdam, NED

February 20, 1989 Casino Den Bosch, Den Bosch, NED

February 21, 1989 Odsterpoort Gronigen, Gronigen, NED

February 22, 1989 Schouwburg Sittard, Sittard, NED

February 24, 1989 Old Opera, Frankfurt, GER

February 25, 1989 Muziekcentrum Enschede, Enschede, NED

February 26, 1989 Stadsschouwburg Nijmegen, Nijmegen, NED

February 27, 1989 Theatre Carre, Amsterdam, NED

February 28, 1989 Deutsches Museum, Munich, GER

March 1, 1989 Musikalle, Hamburg, GER

March 3, 1989 Dominion Theatre, London, ENG

March 21, 1989 Morrison Center, Boise, ID

March 22, 1989 Commodore Ballroom, Vancouver, BC

March 23, 1989 Alberta Bair Theatre, Billings, MT

March 24, 1989 Starry Nights, Portland, OR

March 25, 1989 Moore Theatre, Seattle, WA

March 28, 1989 Warfield Theatre, San Francisco, CA

March 29, 1989 Civic Auditorium, Santa Cruz, CA

March 31, 1989 Ventura Theatre, Ventura, CA

April 1-2, 1989 Coach House, San Juan Capistrano, CA

April 3-4, 1989 Bacchanal, Kearny Mesa, San Diego, CA

April 7, 1989 Guthrie Theatre, Minneapolis, MN

April 8, 1989 Vic Theatre, Chicago, IL

April 9, 1989 Newport Music Hall, Columbus, OH

April 10, 1989 Center Stage, Nashville, TN

April 13, 1989 Opera House, Austin, TX

April 14, 1989 Tommy's, Dallas, TX

April 15, 1989 Rockefeller's, Houston, TX

April 16, 1989 Macky Auditorium, Boulder, CO

April 18, 1989 Bogart's, Cinncinati, OH

April 19, 1989 Power Center, Ann Arbor, MI

April 20, 1989 Civic Center, Madison, WI

August 24, 1989 Santa Rosa, CA

August 25, 1989 San Jose, CA

August 26, 1989 Universal Amphitheatre, Los Angeles, CA

October 21, 1989 Club Tenco Awards, San Remo, ITY

November 3, 1989 Regent Beverly Wilshire, Los Angeles, CA (Hollywood Women's Political Committee's Second Barbara Jordan Award for Rosa Parks. Randy plays a few songs)

1990

February 22, 1990 Trump's Pollack Media Convention, Los Angeles, CA

March 26, 1990 Dorothy Candler Pavilion, Los Angeles, CA (62nd Annual Academy Awards, Performing "I Love To See You Smile")

November 1, 1990 Constitution Hall, Washington, DC (With Richard Lewis)

1991

May 4, 1991 Keswick Theatre, Glenside, PA

May 7-8, 1991 Symphony Hall, Boston, MA (John Williams and the Boston Pops Orchestra. Randy performed "Davy The Fat Boy", "Short People", "Political Science", as well as conducting the orchestra for his music from Avalon. Later televised)

June 27, 1991 Century Plaza Hotel, Beverly Hills, CA (The Children's Charity Big Heart Award for Twentieth Century Fox Chairman Joe Roth. Hosted by Billy Crystal, with Randy, Jackson Browne & The Pointer Sisters)

July 27, 1991 Gainey Vineyard, Santa Ynez, CA

August 10, 1991 Newport Folk Festival, Newport, RI

August 11, 1991 Toad's Place, New Haven, CT

August 23, 1991 Pikes Peak Center, Colorado Springs, CO

August 24, 1991 Chatauqua Auditorium, Boulder, CO

August 25, 1991 Britt Music Festival, Jacksonville, OR

September 12, 1991 Luther Burbank Center, Santa Rosa, CA

September 14, 1991 MacCullum Theatre, Palm Desert, CA

November 1, 1991 Coach House, San Juan Capistrano, CA

November 2, 1991 Rheem Performing Arts Theatre, Rheem, CA

1992

June 22, 1992 Amphitheatre at Ameriflora, Columbus, OH

July 11, 1992 Winterpark Ski Resort, Winterpark, CO

July 15, 1992 Humboldt Brewery, Arcata, CA

July 17, 1992 Paul Masson Summer Concert Series, Saratoga, CA (2 shows)

July 25, 1992 Summer Nights at the Pier series, Seattle, WA

August 10, 1992 Fort Adams State Park, Newport, RI (Ben and Jerry's Folk Festival)

August 17, 1992 Murray Theatre, Ravinia Festival, Highland Park, IL

August 18, 1992 Weesner Family Amphitheatre, Minnesota Zoo, Apple Valley, MN

September 11, 1992 Winterthur Musicfest, Zurich, SUI

September 13, 1992 Manchester Outdoor Stage, Manchester, NH

September 26, 1992 Universal Amphitheatre, Los Angeles, CA ("For Our Children", Pediatric AIDS Foundation benefit concert. Randy plays "I've Been Working on the Railroad". Other artists include: Paula Abdul, Michael Bolton & Bobby McFerrin)

October 10, 1992 Boulder Theatre, Boulder, CP

October 11, 1992 Boulder Theatre/E Town Radio Show, Boulder, CO

November 5, 1992 Fine Line Music Cafe, Minneapolis, MN (2 shows)

November 6, 1992 Park West, Chicago, IL

November 8, 1992 The Bayou, Washington DC

November 9, 1992 Senator Theatre, Baltimore, MD

November 10, 1992 Town Hall, New York City, NY

November 11, 1992 Keswick Theatre, Glenside, PA

November 13, 1992 Center Stage Theatre, Atlanta, GA

November 15, 1992 Caravan of Dreams, Fort Worth, TX

November 16, 1992 Rockefeller's, Houston, TX

November 17, 1992 Paramount, Austin, TX

November 20, 1992 Great American Music Hall, San Francisco, CA (2 shows)

November 21, 1992 UCLA's Wadsworth Theatre, Brentwood, CA

November 21, 1992 Philadelphia, PA (US Radio "Fresh Air", with Terri Gross)

1993

January 30, 1993 Royal Cruise Lines, San Diego, CA

March 6, 1993 Radio station WUMB-FM "E-Town", National Public Radio broadcast of live concert recordings from Boulder, Colorado (10/11/92). Including: Randy Newman, Nanci Griffith, Shawn Colvin, and Bela Fleck and the Flecktones.

June 5, 1993 Appel Farm Arts & Music Festival, Elmer, NJ

July 17, 1993 Inter-Media Art Center (IMAC), Huntington, NY

July 19, 1993 Ravinia Festival, Highland Park, IL

July 24, 1993 Gainey Vineyard, Santa Ynez, CA

July 29, 1993 Sonoma County Fair, Sonoma, CA

August 4, 1993 The American Way Religious Right concert, Los Angeles, CA

August 7, 1993 Edmonton, AB (Edmonton Folk Music Festival)

August 13, 1993 Civic Auditorium, Santa Cruz, CA

August 21, 1993 Chatauqua Auditorium, Boulder, CO

November 4 - "All Things Considered" for National Public Radio, "Randy Newman Still Loves L.A.", interview with Noah Adams.

December 4, 1993 Irvine Barclay Theatre, Los Angeles, CA

December 10, 1993 Century Plaza, Los Angeles, CA (March of Dimes fund-raiser)

1994

April 3, 1994 Bar Jeder Vernunft, Berlin, GER

April 30, 1994 Fox 38/Polaroid Stage, Atlanta, GA (25th New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival)

June ?, 1994 New Hampshire

June ?, 1994 State Theatre, Portland, ME

June 9, 1994 US TV "Late Night With David Letterman"

August 6, 1994 Newport, RI (Ben & Jerry's Newport Folk Festival)

August 21, 1994 Artpark, Lewiston, Buffalo, NY

August ?, 1994 Illionis State Fair

September 3-4, 1994 Britt Festival, Jacksonville, OR

October 1, 1994 Cultural Centrum, Amstelveen, NED

October 2, 1994 De Harmonie, Leeuwarde, NED

October 3, 1994 Concertbouw, Haarlem, NED

October 5, 1994 Mecc, Maastricht, NED

October 6, 1994 Stadstheater, Zoetermeer, NED

October 8, 1994 Vredenburg, Utrecht, NED

October 9, 1994 Dr. Anton Philips Zaal, The Hague, NED

October 10, 1994 Casino, Den Bosch, NED

October 12, 1994 Oosterpoort, Gronigen, NED

October 14, 1994 Cultural Centrum, Amersfoort, NED

October 15, 1994 Philipsvaal, Eindhoven, NED

October 16, 1994 Stadsschouwburg, Amsterdam, NED

October 18, 1994 De Warande, Turnhout, BEL

October 19, 1994 Casinozaal, Beringen, BEL

October 20, 1994 Stadsschouwburg, Kortrijk, BEL

October 22, 1994 Stadsschouwburg, Brugge, BEL

October 23, 1994 De Werf, Aalst, BEL

October 24, 1994 Bourla, Antwerp, BEL

October 26, 1994 Luxembourg

October 27, 1994 Espace Cardin, Paris, FRA

October 29, 1994 Musikhalle, Hamburg, GER

October 30, 1994 Alte Oper, Frankfurt, GER

October 31, 1994 Luxor, Rotterdam, NED

November 2, 1994 E-Werk, Cologne, GER

November 3, 1994 Konzerthaus, Vienna, AUT

November 5, 1994 Albani, Winterthur, SUI

November 6, 1994 Muhle Hunzleken, Rublgen, SUI

November 8, 1994 Alhambra, Basel, SUI

November 8, 1994 Switzerland - DRS Radio 3, 11:00 "Randy Newman, der grosse Zyniker des US-Song, in der Schweiz unterwegs" (big cynic of US song in Switzerland)

November 9, 1994 CPM, Geneva, SUI

November 10, 1994 Rocking Chair, Vevey, SUI

November 12, 1994 Casino, Zug, SUI

November 13, 1994 Theatre Royal Drury Lane, London, ENG

November 15, 1994 Usher Hall, Edinburgh, SUI

November 16, 1994 Stadium, Dublin, IRE

November 18, 1994 Liederhalle, Stuttgart, GER

November 19, 1994 Archa Theatre, Prague, CZR

November 20, 1994 Graf Zeppelinhalle, Friedrichshafen, GER

1995

February 23 - 37th Convention of the National Association of Recording Merchandisers (NARM), San Diego, California. Randy performs songs from Toy Story.

March 23 - Ted Danson's OCEAN Don Henley Tribute. Randy plays a few songs including "Short People"

March 27 - Academy Awards, Los Angeles - "Make Up Your Mind"

April 19 [?] - The Mark and Brian Show, KLOS F.M., Los Angeles, California. Interview, and three songs: Short People, He Gives Us All His Love, Make Up Your Mind, You've Got A Friend In Me

April - Illinois [?]

April 21 - KCRW Radio, Santa Monica, California. Randy performs "Louisiana 1927".

April 28-29, 1995 Cerritos Center, Los Angeles, CA (With Buffy Saint-Marie)

May 19 - The Mark & Brian Show, KLOS F.M., Los Angeles

August 26 - Warner Bros. Convention. Randy peforms 4-5 songs

October 9, 1995 La Jolla, CA (Benefit performance)

October 28, 1995 Bel Age Hotel, West Hollywood, CA (53rd Annual Jack-O-Lantern Ball)

1996

January 28 - "The Best of Sunday Night With Peter Rodman" from WRLT-FM 100.1 Nashville featured a previous live performance from RN.

March 14 - South By Southwest Music Covention, Austin, Texas. 4:45 panel discussion for Faust Enhanced CD and 9:00 p.m. live performance.

April 23, 1996 Beverly Hilton International Ballroom, Beverly Hills, CA (ASCAP Film & Television Awards 1996)

May 2 - Randy's first on-line interview.Prodigy Chat/Prodigy Spotlight. Nothing is revealed.

May 7 - 6th Annual Tripod [Support Communication Education] Friends' Luncheon, The Beverly Hills Hotel. Randy plays several songs for this benefit for deaf children including: I Love To See You Smile, Simon Smith and His Amazing Dancing Bear, Feels Like Home, and others.

May 11 - Start of Randy Newman Vocalist/Pianist/Songwriter/Composer/Conductor series for 1996-1997.

May 11 - Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra with conductor Ethan James Dulsky Metro-Park Amphitheatre, Jacksonville, Florida

The performance included:

Birmingham (w/ orch), Short People, Girls In My Life, Marie (w/ orch), I Love To See You Smile (w/ orch), Real Emotional Girl (w/ orch), You Can Leave Your Hat On, Cowboy (w/ orch), You've Got A Friend In Me (w/ orch), Love Story (w/ orch), Political Science, Avalon (w/ orch & conduct), The Natural (w/ orch & conduct), Maverick (w/ orch & conduct), Dixie Flyer, Glory Train, Louisiana 1927 (w/ orch), Sandman's Coming (w/ orch), I Love L.A., Feels Like Home, Lonely At The Top (w/ orch), I Want You To Hurt Like I Do, Toy Story (w/ orch & conduct), I Think It's Going To Rain Today, Sail Away (w/ orch), Davy The Fat Boy (w/ orch), Ragtime (w/ orch), Albania

May 12, 1996 Borders Books and Music, Dayton, OH (In-Store appearance)

May 31, 1996 Lincoln Park Commons Fraze Pavillion, Kettering, OH (Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra with guest conductor Charles Wendelken-Wilson)

The performance included:

Birmingham (w/ orch), Short People, Girls In My Life, Marie (w/ orch), I Love To See You Smile (w/ orch), Emotional Girl (w/ orch), I Love L.A., Cowboy (w/ orch) Love Story, Political Science, Avalon, The Natural, Toy Story, Dayton, In Germany (w/ orch), Dixie Flyer, Glory Train, Louisiana, Burn On, Feels Like Home, I Want You To Hurt Like I Do, Sail Away (w/ orch), Davy (w/ orch), I Think It's Going To Rain Today (w/ orch)

June 12, 1996 Chastain Park, Atlanta, GA (Atlanta Symphony Orchestra conducted by Randy & Jere Flint)

June 13, 1996 Wolftrap, Vienna, VA (National Symphony Orchestra conducted by Barry Jekowsky)

June 14 - HealthSouth Stage, Eighth Annual City Stages, June Jam, Linn Park, Fort Payne, Birmingham, Alabama with Johnny Cash

July 20-21, 1996 Davies Symphony Hall, San Francisco, CA

August 16 - NPR Radio (Morning Edition NPR 6:00 am ET) [Transcript #1935-13] Rebroadcast on 9/14/96 (News11:56 am ET) [Transcript #0026-4]

August 18, 1996 Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, CA (Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, conducted by Mitchell Hanlon)

October 19, 1996 Border's Books and Music, Chicago, IL (In-Store appearance)

October 21 - Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Chicago, IL

Randy performed the same show as the Hollywood Bowl performance except, according to a prepared list, "Rednecks" was replaced by "Albania"/"Wedding in Cherokee County"

November 20 - KINK Radio, FM, Oregon. Randy performs "Feels Like Home".

November 20, 1996 Borders Books and Music, Portland, OR (In-Store appearance)

November 21, 1996 Oregon Symphony, Portland, OR

Same as the July 20 show, except "Rednecks" was dropped and he sang "Same Girl" in a second encore.

1997

January 10-11, 1997 Tulsa Performing Arts Center Chapman Music Hall, Tulsa, OK (with the Tulsa Philharmonic & Guest Conductor Niel DePonte)

January 21, 1997 Edmonton Symphony, Edmonton, AB

Same as July 20 except "Rednecks" and "I Love L.A." were dropped and replaced with "Northern Boy" following "Glory Train".

February 22 - Randy appears as a panelist for the 1997 Film and TV Music Conference - The State of the Art, Presented by The Hollywood Reporter & Society of Composers and Lyricists

March 11 - Randy attends the Oscar's Nominee's Luncheon, Beverly Hilton Hotel

March 24 - Randy attends the 69th annual Academy Awards.

April 1 - National Public Radio. Short interview with Randy by Bob Edwards on baseball.

April 11-12, 1997 Orange County Performing Arts Center Segerstrom Hall, Costa Mesa, CA ("A Tribute To Alfred Newman", with the Pacific Symphony Orchestra Pops, conducted by Richard Kaufman)

July 11, 1997 Gainey Vineyard, Santa Ynez, CA

September 12, 1997 Boettcher Hall, Denver, CO (with the Colorado Symphony Orchestra)

1998

May 18, 1998 Santa Monica, CA (Live radio broadcast from KCRW FM)

August 15, 1998 Blossom Music Hall, Cleveland, OH (Cleveland Orchestra, conducted by Leonard Slatkin)

October 11, 1998 Will Rogers State Park, Pacific Palisades, CA (Environmental Media Awards Festival)

October 30, 1998 Beverly Hilton, Beverly Hills, CA (60th Anniversary Golden Score Awards. American Society of Music Arrangers and Composers honors David Newman, Randy Newman, Thomas Newman and Newman Musical Legacy. Silent Auction, dinner and entertainment tribute)

November 9, 1998 Lincoln Center Tower Records, New York City, NY (in-store appearance)

November 10, 1998 Town Hall, New York City, NY

December 22 - National Public Radio, "Fresh Air" 20 min+ interview with Terry Gross. The interview was rebroadcast on 2/15/99 with additional and re-edited material.

1999

February 11, 1999 Raleigh Studios, Los Angeles, CA (Project A.L.S. Event. Randy performed after the reception, dinner, and auction, with Melissa Ethridge)

March 1, 1999 John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Washington DC (Millennium Stage with K.C. and the Sunshine Band)

April 10, 1999 Landmark Theatre, Richmond, VA (with Richmond Symphony)

April 11, 1999 Performing Arts Center, Emporia, VA (with Richmond Symphony)

April 18 - Boulder Theatre, E-Town's 8th B'Earthday, Boulder, Colorado, with David Crosby, Gram Nash, Jeff Pevar, and Leo Kottke. Randy sang several songs and sang, "The House of the Rising Sun" with other artists at end of show. Tickets were $25-$50.

May 1, 1999 Contemporary Arts Center Warehouse, New Orleans, LA

May 2, 1999 Sunfest, West Palm Beach, FL

May 5, 1999 Variety Playhouse, Atlanta, GA

May 6, 1999 The Ryman, Nashville, TN

May 16, 1999 Cultural Center Theater, Charleston, WV (Mountain Stage, with Richard Thompson, & Matapat)

May 22, 1999 Warfield, San Francisco, CA

May 23, 1999 House of Blues, Las Vegas, NV

May 25 - KCRW Radio interview on "Morning Becomes Eclectic", Los Angeles, California

May 26-29, 1999 House of Blues, West Hollywood, CA

June 2, 1999 Tower Records, Los Angeles, CA (In-store appearance)

June 2 - American On-Line Chat

June 23 - KLSX - Jonathan Brandmeier Show, Los Angeles, California

July 8, 1999 Performing Arts Center, Redondo Beach, CA

October 17 - Santa Monica at The Canyon Charter School for the Second Annual Jammin' in the Canyon benefit for the instrumental music program at Canyon Charter School. $20, noon-4 PM, 421 Entrada Dr. Santa Monica, California

November 22 - AOL Live - Internet On-line Chat

November 22 - Entertainment Asylum [www.asylum.com] chat

December 11 - 2nd Annual Benefit Concert & Auction, KINK Christmas Party, Roseland Theatre, Portland, Oregon with Karla Bonhoff, Catie Curtis, and William Topley

December 14 - Virgin Megastore, Downtown Disney West Side, Orlando, Florida. A signing, no live performance.

2000

January 13, 2000 Mitch Albom, 15 minute Detroit radio interview via telephone.

January 20, 2000 Stadsschouwburg De Harmonie, Leeuwarden, NED

January 21, 2000 International Convention Center, Ghent, BEL

January 23, 2000 Stadsschouwburg, Bruges, BEL

January 24, 2000 Luxor Theatre, Rotterdam, NED

January 25, 2000 Theatre Aan't Vrijhof, Maastricht, NED

January 27, 2000 Stadstheatre, Zoetermeer, NED

January 28, 2000 MC Frits Philips, Eindhoven, NED

January 29, 2000 Concertgebouw, Haarlem, NED

January 31, 2000 Carre Theatre, Amsterdam, NED [KRO Radio broadcast in February]

February 1, 2000 De Oosterpoort, Gronigen, NED

February 3, 2000 Shouwburg Orpheus, Appledoorn, NED

February 4, 2000 Chasse Theatre, Breda, NED

February 5, 2000 Stadsgchoorzaal, Leiden, NED

February 7, 2000 Koningin Elisabeth, Antwerp, BEL

February 8, 2000 Ancienne Belgique, Brussels, BEL

February 10, 2000 De Warande, Turnhout, BEL

February 11, 2000 Cultureel Centrum Casino, Beringen, BEL

February 12, 2000 TBA

February 14, 2000 Kammermusiksaal, Berlin, GER

February 15, 2000 Kulturhaus, Linz, AUT

February 16, 2000 Gessellschaftshaus, Frankfurt, GER

February 18, 2000 C.C.H.2., Hamburg, GER

February 19, 2000 Volkhaus, Zurich, SUI

February 21, 2000 Prinzregenten Theatre, Munich, GER

February 22, 2000 Royal Festival Hall, London, ENG

February 24, 2000 Kurhalle, Vienna, AUT

February 25, 2000 Orpheum, Graz, AUT

February 26, 2000 Cankarjev Dom, Ljublijana, SLN

February 27, 2000 The Casino, Berne, SUI

February 28, 2000 La Cigale, Paris, FRA

March 1-2, 2000 Vicar Street, Dublin, IRE

May 6, 2000 Gay Street Stage, Nashville, TN (Nashville River Stages)

May 7, 2000 Budweiser Stage, Memphis, TN (Beale Street Music Festival)

May 13 - Prarie Home Companion, Pasadena Playhouse, [NPR Radio 5/13/2000] Randy plays: Great Nations of Europe, I Miss You, Sail Away

June 27, 2000 Interlochen Center For The Arts, Interlochen, MI (moved from the 4,000 capacity Kresge Auditorium, to the 1,000 capacity Corson Auditorium)

June 28, 2000 Newport, RI (3rd Annual Newport Sunset Music Festival, a benefit concert for the Rhode Island Autism Project)

July 7, 2000 Gainey Vineyard, Santa Ynez, CA

July 8, 2000 Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center, Redondo Beach, CA

September 6, 2000 Craterian Ginger Rogers Theater, Medford, OR

September 7, 2000 Humbolt State University John Van Duzer Theatre, Arcata, CA

September 8, 2000 Villa Montalvo Garden Theatre, Saratoga, CA

September 22, 2000 Sun Theatre, Anaheim, CA

September 23, 2000 Swig Field @ Osher Marin Jewish Community Center, Marin, CA

September 24, 2000 San Luis Obispo Co. P.A.C., San Luis Obispo, CA

September 26, 2000 E County Performing Arts Center, El Cajon, CA

October 13, 2000 Capitol Theater, Concord, NH

October 14, 2000 Flynn Theatre, Burlington, CT

October 15, 2000 Palace Theatre, Stamford, CT

October 16, 2000 Birchmere, Alexandria, VA

October 25, 2000 Raymond F. Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, FL

October 27, 2000 Van Wezel Performing Arts Center, Sarasota, FL

November 10, 2000 Arlene Schnitzer Hall, Portland, OR (with the Oregon Symphony Orchestra)

November 17, 2000 Paramount Theatre, Seattle, WA

2001

March 4, 2001 Gindi Auditorium at the American Jewish University, Los Angeles, CA ('Cinema Judaic', A tribute to Alfred Newman. Randy conducted The Los Angeles Jewish Symphony performing "The Suite from Avalon")

September 28, 2001 Mann Center, Philadelphia, PA

2002

April 19, 2002 Mount Baker Theatre, Bellingham, WA

June 12, 2002 Arts World Financial Center Plaza, New York City, NY

November 22, 2002 Vanderbilt University Blair School of Music, Nashville, TN (The Blair Conversation Series)

2003

January 17, 2003 Arrowhead Pond, Anaheim, CA (The 2003 NAMM Concert To Benefit Music Education, featuring the recipient of the 'Yamaha Lifetime In Musical Excellence Award', Sir Elton John. With Randy, Ray Charles, Brian Wilson, Michael McDonald, Take 6, Vanessa Carlton, Nikka Costa, Bruce Hornsby, Jewel, Norah Jones, Diana Krall, John Mayer, Brian McKnight & Rufus Wainwright)

August 21, 2003 Chautauqua Auditorium, Boulder, CO

October 24, 2003 Shedd Institute Jaqua Concert Hall, Eugene, OR

2004

January 23, 2004 UCLA Royce Hall, Los Angeles, CA

February 8, 2004 Koningin Elisabeth, Antwerp, BEL

February 9, 2004 Théâtre Édouard-VII, Paris, FRA

February 19, 2004 Barbican Centre, London, ENG

February 25, 2004 Congress Center Messe, Frankfurt, GER

2006

July 21, 2006 Sage, Gateshead, ENG

November 11, 2006 Jewish Community Center Kanbar Hall, San Francisco, CA

2007

March 30, 2007 Paramount Theatre, Seattle, WA (Benefit for KPLU Radio Station. Randy performed and was interviewed Bob Edwards)

July ?, 2007 Ottawa, ON (Ottawa Bluesfest 2007)

2008

April 25, 2008 Mississippi State University Riley Center for the Performing Arts, Meridian, MS

April 28, 2008 Heymann Center for the Performing Arts, Lafayette, LA

May 4, 2008 Sheldon Concert Hall, St. Louis, MO

May 5-6, 2008 Englert Theatre, Iowa City, IA

May 23, 2008 Boettcher Concert Hall, Denver, CO July 2, 2008 Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, CA September 19, 2008 Carnegie Hall, New York City, NY September 20, 2008 Convocation Hall, Toronto, ON September 21, 2008 Boston Symphony Hall, Boston, MA September 24, 2008 Music Center at Strathmore, North Bethesda, MD September 26, 2008 Keswick Theatre, Glenside, PA September 28, 2008 Calvin Theatre, Northampton, MA October 10, 2008 Genesee Theatre, Waukegan, IL October 11, 2008 Folly Theater, Kansas City, MO October 12, 2008 Hoyt Sherman Place, Des Moines, IA October 14, 2008 Tennessee Performing Arts Center Andrew Jackson Hall, Nashville, TN October 17, 2008 Davies Symphony Hall, San Francisco, CA October 18, 2008 Golden State Theatre, Monterey, CA October 22, 2008 Moore Theatre, Seattle, WA October 23, 2008 Aladdin Theater, Portland, OR

October 25, 2008 Shedd Institute Jaqua Concert Hall, Eugene, OR

November 3, 2008 Vicar Street, Dublin, IRE November 5, 2008 Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, NED November 11, 2008 Alte Oper, Frankfurt, GER November 17, 2008 Circus, Stockholm, SWE (cancelled due to a neck and back injury, and forced to postpone his entire European tour) November 18, 2008 Sentrum Scene, Oslo, NOR November 19, 2008 Royal Festival Hall, London, ENG (with Tom Jones) November 25, 2008 Teatro Auditorium, Bologna, ITY

2009

November 10, 2009 Schaustall, Langenfeld, GER

2010

February 19, 2010 UCLA Royce Hall, Los Angeles, CA April 27, 2010 Kulttuuritalo, Helsinki, FIN April 28, 2010 Sentrum Scene, Oslo, NOR April 30, 2010 Peer Gynt Salen, Bergen, NOR May 1, 2010 Bergen, NOR (Bergenfest 2010, with Manic Street Preachers, The Proclaimers, Randy Newman, Melody Gardot, Clipse, Ultravox, New York Dolls & Jace Everett) May 2, 2010 Det Kongelige Teater, Gamle Scene, Copenhagen, DEN May 3, 2010 Passionskirche Kreuzberg, Berlin, GER May 4, 2010 Theatre Zorila, Barcelona, SPA May 6, 2010 Cultuurcentrum De Spil, Roeselare, BEL May 7, 2010 Grand Canal Theatre, Dublin, IRE May 9, 2010 Ancienne Belgique, Brussels, BEL May 11, 2010 Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, NED May 12, 2010 Muziekcentrum Frits Philips, Eindhoven, NED May 13, 2010 De Warande, Turnhout, BEL May 15, 2010 De Oosterpoort, Groningen, NED (with New Cool Collective) May 16, 2010 Sage, Gateshead, ENG May 17, 2010 Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow, SCOT May 19, 2010 Royal Festival Hall, London, ENG September 25, 2010 Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts Whitney Hall, Louisville, KY October ?, 2010 Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, CA (Hardly Strictly Bluegrass 2010 1st to 3rd) October 3, 2010 Golden Gate Park Speedway Meadow, San Francisco, CA (with Emmylou Harris) October 29, 2010 Writers Guild Theater, Beverly Hills, CA November 4, 2010 Esquire House, Beverly Hills, CA November 16, 2010 Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles, CA December 22, 2010 Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles, CA

2011

January 7, 2011 Mahalia Jackson Theater of the Performing Arts, New Orleans, LA January 22, 2011 Walton Arts Center Baum Walker Hall, Fayetteville, AR January 23, 2011 Bass Performance Hall, Fort Worth, TX February 11, 2011 Shaw Center for the Arts Manship Theatre, Baton Rouge, LA February 12, 2011 Florida State University Ruby Diamond Auditorium, Tallahassee, FL February 19, 2011 Dave Finkelman Auditorium, Middletown, OH February 21, 2011 Guthrie Theater, Minneapolis, MN February 23, 2011 Opera House, Lexington, KY February 25, 2011 Sheldon Concert Hall, St Louis, MO February 26, 2011 Park West, Chicago, IL March 1, 2011 Paramount Theatre, Charlottesville, VA March 2, 2011 Music Center at Strathmore, North Bethesda, MD March 4, 2011 Music Hall, Tarrytown, NY March 5, 2011 Town Hall, New York City, NY March 6, 2011 Scottish Rite Auditorium, Collingswood, NJ March 9, 2011 Boulder Theater, Boulder, CO March 11, 2011 Wheeler Opera House, Aspen, CO March 12, 2011 Vilar Performing Arts Center, Beaver Creek, CO March 14, 2011 Lensic Performing Arts Center, Santa Fe, NM March 20, 2011 Music Center at Strathmore, North Bethesda, MD March 23, 2011 Avalon Theatre, Easton, MD March 25, 2011 Tilles Center for the Performing Arts, Greenvale, NY March 26, 2011 Convocation Hall, Toronto, ON March 28, 2011 Centrepointe Theatre, Ottawa, ON April 15, 2011 Aladdin Theater, Portland, OR April 17, 2011 Alaska Center for the Performing Arts Atwood Concert Hall, Anchorage, AK April 18, 2011 Edmonds Center for the Arts, Edmonds, WA April 21, 2011 Napa Valley Opera House, Napa, CA April 22, 2011 Davies Symphony Hall, San Francisco, CA May 28-29, 2011 Arizona Biltmore, Phoenix, AZ July 9, 2011 Comox Valley Exhibition Grounds, Courtenay, BC (Vancouver Island Musicfest) July 22, 2011 Queensland Performing Arts Centre Concert Hall, Brisbane, AUS July 29-30, 2011 Arts Centre State Theatre, Melbourne, AUS August 4-6, 2011 Sydney Opera House, Sydney, AUS (with Sydney Symphony September 18, 2011 Zilker Park, Austin, TX (supported by Courtney Jaye) September 19, 2011 Moody Theater, Austin, TX (Austin City Limits 2011) October 22, 2011 Performing Arts Center, Lancaster, CA November 4, 2011 Wesleyan University Memorial Chapel, Middletown, CT December 3, 2011 Severance Hall, Cleveland, OH

2012

February 22, 2012 Sage Gateshead, Gateshead, ENG February 24, 2012 Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow, SCOT February 25, 2012 Ancienne Belgique, Brussels, BEL February 26, 2012 Cultuurcentrum Hasselt, Hasselt, BEL February 28, 2012 Royal Festival Hall, London, ENG March 1, 2012 Vicar Street, Dublin, IRE

2013

June 14, 2013 Count Basie Center for the Arts, Red Bank, NJ July 18, 2013 Montalvo Arts Center, Saratoga, CA July 24, 2013 Woodland Park Zoo, Seattle, WA (BECU Zoo Tunes 2013) July 26, 2013 Oregon Zoo Amphitheater, Portland, OR August 8, 2013 Frederik Meijer Gardens, Grand Rapids, MI August 9, 2013 Opera House, Lexington, KY August 17, 2013 Park Den Brandt, Antwerp, BEL October 5, 2013 Library of Congress, Washington, DC October 19, 2013 Grand 1894 Opera House, Galveston, TX October 29, 2013 W Hotel, Hollywood, CA

2014

March 12, 2014 Lone Tree Arts Center, Denver, CO March 13, 2014 Vilar Performing Arts Center, Beaver Creek, CO March 15, 2014 Wheeler Opera House, Aspen, CO July 1, 2014 City Center, New York City, NY August 17, 2014 Planet Bluegrass, Lyons, CO August 19, 2014 Fox Tucson Theatre, Tucson, AZ September 17, 2014 KKL Luzern, Luzern, SUI September 25, 2014 Konzerthaus, Vienna, AUT (Hollywood In Vienna) November 9, 2014 Flagler College Auditorium, Saint Augustine, FL November 15, 2014 Paramount Theatre, Austin, TX November 17, 2014 McCarter Theatre Center, Princeton, NJ November 19, 2014 Wilbur Theatre, Boston, MA November 21, 2014 State Theatre Center for the Arts, Easton, PA November 23, 2014 Center for the Performing Arts Palladium, Carmel, CA

2015

January 17, 2015 Mahalia Jackson Theater of the Performing Arts, New Orleans, LA June 6, 2015 Max M. & Marjorie S. Fisher Music Center Orchestra Hall, Detroit, MI ('Heroes Gala, fundraiser, with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra) July 26, 2015 Music Hall, Tarrytown, NY August 15, 2015 Rodney Strong Vineyards, Healdsburg, CA August 27, 2015 Britt Festivals Gardens and Amphitheater, Jacksonville, OR August 29, 2015 Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery, Woodinville, WA October 3, 2015 UCLA Royce Hall, Los Angeles, CA October 10, 2015 Muziekgebouw Frits Philips Eindhoven, Eindhoven, NED October 11, 2015 Concertgebouw De Vereeniging, Nijmegen, NED October 13, 2015 De Roma, Borgerhout, BEL October 16, 2015 Concertgebouw Brugge, Bruges, BEL October 17, 2015 Ancienne Belgique, Brussels, BEL October 19, 2015 Zuiderstrandtheater, The Hague, NED October 20, 2015 Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, NED October 22, 2015 TivoliVredenburg, Utrecht, NED October 23, 2015 De Oosterpoort, Groningen, NED October 26, 2015 Royal Festival Hall, London, ENG October 27-28, 2015 Vicar Street, Dublin, IRE October 30, 2015 Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow, SCOT October 31, 2015 Sage, Gateshead, ENG November 1, 2015 Admiralspalast, Berlin, GER November 3, 2015 Das Wormser, Worms, GER November 5, 2015 Museumsquartier Halle E, Vienna, AUT November 6, 2015 Messe Eventhalle, Basel, SUI

2016

January 15, 2016 Blumenthal Performing Arts Center Belk Theater, Charlotte, NC February 28, 2016 Lyric Theatre, Birmingham, AL March 1, 2016 Heymann Performing Arts Center, Lafayette, LA March 5, 2016 Paramount Theatre, Austin, TX April 6, 2016 The Space at Westbury, Westbury, NY June 1, 2016 Paramount Theatre, Austin, TX Nelsonville Music Festival 2016

2017

September 13, 2017 Sandler Center For The Performing Arts Center, Virginia Beach, VA September 15, 2017 Mayo Performing Arts Center, Morristown, NJ September 16, 2017 Savings Bank Music Hall, Troy, NY September 18-19, 2017 Birchmere, Alexandria, VA October 12, 2017 Edmonds Center For The Arts, Edmonds, WA November 10, 2017 Music Hall, Charleston, SC

2018

February 24, 2018 La Cigale, Paris, FRA August 12, 2018 Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, CA







April 18, 2013 Microsoft Theater, Los Angeles, CA Rush, Heart, Randy Newman, Lou Adler, Quincy Jones, and Public Enemy Tom Petty, Jackson Browne, JOHN, Don Henley, Jennifer Hudson, Usher, John Mayer, Gary Clark Jr., Chris Cornell, Foo Fighters, Jerry Cantrell, Tom Morello: The Nightwatchman, Carole King, Run DMC, Mike McCready, and Booker T. Jones


I WAS THERE Sunday 29 July 2012

Calgary Folk Music Festival 2012

Calgary Folk Music Festival 2012 Iron & Wine, Randy Newman, The Barr Brothers, Justin Townes Earle, Serena Ryder, Shad, Little Scream, and Pokey LaFarge Calgary Folk Music Festival, Calgary, AB, Canada


I WAS THERE

Jim White live

Jim White and Randy Newman Prince's Island Park, Calgary, AB, Canada


I WAS THERE Saturday 28 July 2012

Carolina Chocolate Drops live

Carolina Chocolate Drops, Randy Newman, and Hawksley Workman Cadence Weapon, Jenn Grant, Richard Buckner, and Interstellar Rodeo Heritage Amphitheatre, William Hawrelak Park, Edmonton, AB, Canada


I WAS THERE Friday 27 July 2012

Hawksley Workman live

Hawksley Workman and Randy Newman Heritage Amphitheatre, William Hawrelak Park, Edmonton, AB, Canada


I WAS THERE Friday 18 May 2012 – Sunday 20 May 2012

Hangout Music Festival 2012

Hangout Music Festival 2012 Red Hot Chili Peppers, Skrillex, The Lumineers, Mac Miller, Cage the Elephant, Dave Matthews Band, Young the Giant, and The Flaming Lips Gulf Shores Beach, Gulf Shores, AL, US


I WAS THERE Wednesday 16 May 2012

Randy Newman live

Randy Newman Vaerket, Randers, Denmark


I WAS THERE Wednesday 25 April 2012

Randy Newman live

Randy Newman The Crawford Family Forum, Pasadena, CA, US


I WAS THERE Saturday 24 March 2012

Randy Newman live

Randy Newman 013 - Dommelsch Zaal, Tilburg, Netherlands


I WAS THERE Thursday 22 March 2012

Randy Newman live

Randy Newman Bourla Schouwburg, Antwerp, Belgium


I WAS THERE Tuesday 20 March 2012

Randy Newman live

Randy Newman Volkshaus, Zürich, Switzerland


I WAS THERE Monday 19 March 2012

Randy Newman live

Randy Newman Randy Newmann Meistersingerhalle, Nuremberg, Germany


I WAS THERE Sunday 18 March 2012

Randy Newman live

Randy Newman Jahrhunderthalle Bochum, Bochum, Germany


I WAS THERE Friday 16 March 2012

Randy Newman live

Randy Newman Vaerket, Randers, Denmark


I WAS THERE Thursday 15 March 2012

Randy Newman live

Randy Newman Laeiszhalle Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany


I WAS THERE Tuesday 13 March 2012

Randy Newman live

Randy Newman Theater, Admiralspalast, Berlin, Germany


I WAS THERE Monday 12 March 2012

Randy Newman live

Randy Newman Royal Theatre Carré (Koninklijk Theater Carré), Amsterdam, Netherlands


I WAS THERE Saturday 10 March 2012

Randy Newman live

Randy Newman Muziekcentrum Vredenburg, Utrecht, Netherlands


I WAS THERE Thursday 08 March 2012

Randy Newman live

Randy Newman Gasteig, Munich, Germany


I WAS THERE Tuesday 06 March 2012

Randy Newman live

Randy Newman Liederhalle Hegelsaal, Stuttgart, Germany


I WAS THERE Sunday 04 March 2012

Randy Newman live

Randy Newman Alte Oper, Frankfurt, Germany


I WAS THERE Saturday 03 March 2012

Randy Newman live

Randy Newman X-TRA, Zürich, Switzerland


I WAS THERE Friday 02 March 2012

Randy Newman live

Randy Newman Vicar Street, Dublin, IRE




I WAS THERE Friday 15 December 2017

Lo Moon live

Lo Moon, Randy Newman, Jeff Tweedy, and Aimee Mann Beacon Theatre, New York, NY, US


I WAS THERE Thursday 14 December 2017

Randy Newman live

Randy Newman Count Basie Center for the Arts, Red Bank, NJ, US


I WAS THERE Tuesday 12 December 2017

Randy Newman live

Randy Newman Orpheum NOLA, New Orleans, LA, US


I WAS THERE Friday 17 November 2017

Randy Newman live

Randy Newman Atlanta Symphony Hall, Atlanta, GA, US


I WAS THERE Thursday 09 November 2017

Randy Newman live

Randy Newman Carolina Theatre Durham, Durham, NC, US


I WAS THERE Thursday 19 October 2017

Randy Newman live

Randy Newman City Winery, Chicago, IL, US


I WAS THERE Wednesday 18 October 2017

Randy Newman live

Randy Newman City Winery, Chicago, IL, US


I WAS THERE Tuesday 10 October 2017

Randy Newman live

Randy Newman Revolution Hall, Portland, OR, US


I WAS THERE Friday 06 October 2017

Randy Newman live

Randy Newman Uptown Theatre, Napa, CA, US


I WAS THERE Sunday 24 September 2017

Randy Newman live

Randy Newman Keswick Theatre, Glenside, PA, US


I WAS THERE Thursday 21 September 2017

Randy Newman live

Randy Newman Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts, Annapolis, MD, US


I WAS THERE Monday 07 August 2017

Randy Newman live

Randy Newman Denver Botanic Gardens at York Street, Denver, CO, US


I WAS THERE Tuesday 11 July 2017

Andra Day live

Andra Day, Kirk Franklin, Randy Newman, Dwight Yoakam, Dionne Warwick, Catherine Russell, Charlie Wilson, Charley Pride, Valerie Simpson, John Cale, and Pastor Shirley Caesar Beacon Theatre, New York, NY, US


I WAS THERE Friday 02 June 2017 – Saturday 10 June 2017

Wichita Riverfest 2017

Wichita Riverfest 2017 The Flaming Lips, Common, OK Go, Randy Newman, Foxygen, Less Than Jake, Mavis Staples, and LOCASH Wichita Riverfest, Wichita, KS, US


I WAS THERE Saturday 01 April 2017

A Nonesuch Celebration 2017

A Nonesuch Celebration 2017 Devendra Banhart, Randy Newman, Philip Glass, k.d. lang, Kronos Quartet, Pat Metheny, Brad Mehldau, and Steve Reich Howard Gilman Opera House, BAM, Brooklyn, NY, US


I WAS THERE Friday 03 June 2016 – Sunday 12 June 2016

Discover Jazz Festival 2016

Discover Jazz Festival 2016 Randy Newman, Béla Fleck and the Flecktones, Gabriel Garzón-Montano, Antibalas, Count Basie Orchestra, Diane Schuur, Naughty Professor, and Marcus Roberts Trio Burlington, VT, US


I WAS THERE Thursday 02 June 2016 – Sunday 05 June 2016

Nelsonville Art & Music Festival 2016

Nelsonville Art & Music Festival 2016 Mac DeMarco, The Tallest Man On Earth, Gary Clark Jr., Courtney Barnett, Randy Newman, BadBadNotGood, Angel Olsen, and Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats Nelsonville Art & Music Festival, Nelsonville, OH, US


I WAS THERE

Nelsonville Music Festival 2016

Nelsonville Music Festival 2016 Mac DeMarco, The Tallest Man On Earth, Gary Clark Jr., Courtney Barnett, Randy Newman, BadBadNotGood, Angel Olsen, and Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats Hocking College, Nelsonville, OH, US

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