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Line-Up: 1965

       Bryce Portius - vocals
       John O'Leary - harmonica
       Kim Simmonds - guitar
       Treavor Jeavons - piano
       Ray Chappell - bass
       Leo Mannings - drums

Line-Up: 1966

       Bryce Portius - vocals
       John O'Leary - harmonica
       Kim Simmonds - guitar
       Bob Hall - piano
       Ray Chappell - bass
       Leo Mannings - drums

Line-Up: 1967

       Bryce Portius - vocals
       John O'Leary - harmonica
       Martin Stone - guitar
       Kim Simmonds - guitar
       Ray Chappell - bass
       Leo Mannings - drums

Line-Up: 1967

       Bryce Portius - vocals
       Kim Simmonds - guitar
       Martin Stone - guitar
       Bob Hall - piano
       Ray Chappell - bass
       Leo Mannings - drums

Line-Up: 1967

       Chris Youlden - vocals
       Kim Simmonds - guitar
       "Lonesome" Dave Peverett - guitar
       Bob Hall - piano
       Bob Brunning - bass
       Leo Manning - drums

Line-Up: 1967

       Chris Youlden - vocals
       Kim Simmonds - guitar
       "Lonesome" Dave Peverett - guitar
       Bob Hall - piano
       Bob Brunning - bass
       Hughie Flint - drums
       Bill Bruford - drums (during 1967/1968)

Line-Up: 1967 - November 1968

       Chris Youlden - vocals
       Kim Simmonds - guitar
       "Lonesome" Dave Peverett - guitar
       Bob Hall - piano
       Rivers Jobe - bass
       Roger Earle - drums

Line-Up: 1969 to November 1969

       Chris Youlden - vocals
       Kim Simmonds - guitar
       "Lonesome" Dave Peverett - guitar
       Bob Hall - piano
       Tone Stevens - bass
       Roger Earle - drums

Line-Up: December 1969 to May 1970

       Chris Youlden - vocals, piano (left May 1970)
       Kim Simmonds - guitar

(Dave, Tone and Roger left December 1970 to form Foghat)

       "Lonesome" Dave Peverett - guitar - died February 2000
       Tone Stevens - bass
       Roger Earle - drums


1966 Nags Head, Battersea, ENG

November 11, 1966 Marquee, London, ENG

1967

January 15, 1967 Marquee, London, ENG

March 10, 1967 Marquee, London, ENG

March 20, 1967 Marquee, London, ENG

April 20, 1967 Marquee, London, ENG

May 29, 1967 Marquee, London, ENG

June 20, 1967 Marquee, London, ENG

Line-Up: 1967

       Bryce Portius - vocals
       Kim Simmonds - guitar
       Martin Stone - guitar
       Bob Hall - piano
       Ray Chappell - bass
       Leo Mannings - drums

Line-Up: 1967

       Chris Youlden - vocals
       Kim Simmonds - guitar
       "Lonesome" Dave Peverett - guitar
       Bob Hall - piano
       Bob Brunning - bass
       Hughie Flint - drums

December 1, 1967 Marquee, London, ENG

December 15, 1967 Manor House, London, ENG (Bluesville '67)

1968

January 29, 1968 Star Hotel, Croydon, ENG

February 2, 1968 Marquee, London, ENG

March 1, 1968 Marquee, London, ENG

March 4, 1968 Star Hotel, Croydon, ENG

March 22, 1968 Manor House, London, ENG (Bluesville '68)

April 1 or 2, 1968 Palm Springs Pop Festival, Palm Springs, CA

April 15, 1968 Star Hotel, Croydon, ENG

April 19, 1968 Marquee, London, ENG

May 20, 1968 BBC Studio 1, London, ENG (UK Radio "Top Gear" performing "Lousiana Blues", "Walkin' By Myself", "Gnome Sweet Gnome" & "Mr. Down Child". Broadcast June 30, 1968)

June 5, 1968 Toby Jug, Tolworth, ENG

June 21, 1968 Burton Constable Hall, Skirlaugh, ENG ('Midsummer Nights Dream', with Geno Washington & The Ram Jam Band, The Move, Marmalade, Fairport Convention, Family, Elmer Gantry's Velvet Opera, Spooky Tooth, Tramline, Mandrakes & Angel Pavement)

Line-Up: 1967 - November 1968

       Chris Youlden - vocals
       Kim Simmonds - guitar
       "Lonesome" Dave Peverett - guitar
       Bob Hall - piano
       Rivers Jobe - bass
       Roger Earle - drums

August 2, 1968 Marquee, London, ENG

August 23, 1968 BBC Studio 2, Aoelian Hall, London, ENG (UK Radio "WS R&B" performing "Lousiana Blues", "Worried Mind", "I'll Gamble With My Woman" & "Buchanan's Blues". Broadcast October 1, 1968)

October 1, 1968 Marquee, London, ENG

November 26, 1968 Southampton University, ENG

December 6, 1968 College Of Education, Leicester, ENG

1969

Line-Up: 1969

       Chris Youlden - vocals
       Kim Simmonds - guitar
       "Lonesome" Dave Peverett - guitar
       Bob Hall - piano
       Tone Stevens - bass
       Roger Earle - drums

January 4, 1969 Van Dike Club, Plymouth, ENG January 9, 1969 Red Lion Hotel, Leytonstone, ENG January 9, 1969 The Scene, New York City, NY January 17, 1969 Marquee, London, ENG January 24, 1969 Scene Club, New York City, NY January 28, 1969 Fillmore East, New York City, NY (cancelled) January 30-February 1, 1969 The Boston Tea Party, Boston, MA (supported by J. Geils Blues Band)

February ?, 1969 Detroit, MI February 8, 1969 Fillmore East, New York City, NY February 15, 1969 Fillmore East, New York City, NY (supporting Chuck Berry, who replaced Jeff Beck Group, Winter & Aorta, who replaced Small Faces) February 21-22, 1969 Kinetic Playground, Chicago, IL (supporting Blood, Sweat & Tears (who replaced Jeff Beck on 21st) & Aorta) March 7, 1969 Island Garden Arena, West Hempstead, NY (supporting Jeff Beck, with Mountain) March 14-15, 1969 Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI (supporting John Mayall) March 20-22, 1969 Winterland, San Francisco, CA (supporting Janis Joplin) March 23, 1969 Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA (supporting Janis Joplin) March 31, 1969 Whisky-A-Go-Go, Los Angeles, CA April 9-10, 1969 Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI (supported by (9th) The Third Power, (10th) Commander Cody & His Swing Band) April 12, 1969 Fillmore East, New York City, NY April 14, 1969 Ungano's, New York City, NY April 16, 1969 Fillmore East, New York City, NY April 19, 1969 Fillmore East, New York City, NY

April 30, 1969 BBC Maida Vale 4, London, ENG (UK Radio "WS R&B" performing "Ring In His Nose", "I Want You To Love Me" & "Train To Nowhere". Broadcast May 19, 1969)

May 9, 1969 Lyceum, London, ENG (with King Crimson, Junior Eyes, Turnstile & Mimi Lesandre with Forest) May 12, 1969 Cooks Ferry Inn, Edmonton, ENG May 13, 1969 Cherry Tree, Welwyn Garden City, ENG May 19, 1969 BBC Playhouse Theatre, London, ENG (UK Radio "Top Gear" performing "Ring In His Nose", "I've Made Up My Mind", "Train To Nowhere", "Don't Turn Me From Your Door" & "Life's One Act Play". Broadcast May 25, 1969)

May 23, 1969 Marquee, London, ENG

Line-Up: 1969 to November 1969

       Chris Youlden - vocals
       Kim Simmonds - guitar
       "Lonesome" Dave Peverett - guitar
       Bob Hall - piano
       Tone Stevens - bass
       Roger Earle - drums

June 20-21, 1969 Fillmore East, New York City, NY

June 24, 1969 Maida Vale, Studio 4, London, ENG (UK Radio "Top Gear". Broadcast June 29, 1969)

June 28, 1969 Bath Festival, Shepton Mallet, ENG

July 11, 1969 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA (with Sly & The Family Stone, Mothers Of Invention, Ten Years After & Jeff Beck)

July 17, 1969 Cincinnati, OH

July 18-19, 1969 Kinetic Playground, Chicago, IL (Supporting Led Zeppelin, with The Litter & Jethro Tull)

August 1, 1969 Weissglass Stadium, Staten Island, NY (with Rascals, Albert King & Raven)

August 15, 1969 The Pavilion, Flushing Meadow Park, NY

August 21-23, 1969 The Boston Tea Party, Boston, MA (supported by Santana Blues Band)

August 29-31, 1969 Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA (supporting Spirit)

1969 Argon Ballroom, Chicago, IL

September 19-20, 1969 Eastown Theatre, Detroit, MI (supporting B.B. King & Albert King)

Jethro Tull UK Tour 1969 with Savoy Brown & Terry Reid

September 25, 1969 City Hall, Newcastle, ENG (supporting Jethro Tull, with Terry Reid) September 26, 1969 Usher Hall, Edinburgh, SCOT (supporting Jethro Tull, with Terry Reid) September 27, 1969 National Stadium, Dublin, IRE (supporting Jethro Tull, with Terry Reid) September 29, 1969 Ulster Hall, Belfast, NI (supporting Jethro Tull, with Terry Reid)

October 1, 1969 Royal Albert Hall, London, ENG (supporting Jethro Tull, with Terry Reid) October 2, 1969 Free Trade Hall, Manchester, ENG (supporting Jethro Tull, with Terry Reid) October 3, 1969 Dome, Brighton, ENG (supporting Jethro Tull, with Terry Reid) October 6, 1969 City Hall, Hull, ENG (supporting Jethro Tull, with Terry Reid) October 7, 1969 Town Hall, Leeds, ENG (supporting Jethro Tull, with Terry Reid) October 8, 1969 Town Hall, Birmingham, ENG (supporting Jethro Tull, with Terry Reid)

October 10, 1969 Marquee, London, ENG

October 15, 1969 City Hall, Sheffield, ENG (supporting Jethro Tull, with Terry Reid) October 19, 1969 Rex Cinema, Cambridge, ENG (supporting Jethro Tull, with Terry Reid) October 20, 1969 Guildhall, Southampton, ENG (supporting Jethro Tull, with Terry Reid) October 21, 1969 Colston Hall, Bristol, ENG (supporting Jethro Tull, with Terry Reid) October 23, 1969 De Montfort Hall, Leicester, ENG (supporting Jethro Tull, with Terry Reid) October 25, 1969 Guildhall, Plymouth, ENG (supporting Jethro Tull, with Terry Reid) October 26, 1969 Town Hall, Oxford, ENG (supporting Jethro Tull, with Terry Reid) October 29, 1969 St. Andrews Hall, Norwich, ENG (supporting Jethro Tull, with Terry Reid)

Line-Up: November 12, 1969

       Chris Youlden - vocals
       "Lonesome" Dave Peverett - guitar
       Tone Stevens - bass
       Roger Earle - drums

November 12, 1969 BBC Maida Vale 4, London, ENG (UK Radio "WS R&B" performing "You Don't Have To Go", "Driftin' And Driftin'" & "Back Home", broadcast December 6, 1969)

December 16, 1969 Marquee, London, ENG

Line-Up: December 1969 to May 1970

       Chris Youlden - vocals
       Kim Simmonds - guitar
       "Lonesome" Dave Peverett - guitar
       Tone Stevens - bass
       Roger Earle - drums

1970

January 6, 1970 BBC Maida Vale 4, London, ENG (UK Radio "Top Gear" performing "You'd Better Pray For The Lord To Guide You", "A Hard Way To Go" & "When I Was A Young Boy", broadcast January 10, 1970)

January 10, 1970 Conventionn Hall, Community Concourse, San Diego, CA

January 15, 1970 BBC Paris Cinema, Lower Regent Street, London, ENG (UK Radio "Peel Sunday Concert", broadcast: January 18, 1970)

January 22-25, 1970 Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA

February 20-21, 1970 Fillmore East, New York City, NY

March 5-8, 1970 Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA (Supporting Butterfield Blues Band, with Renaissance)

March 26, 1970 Cincinnati Gardens, Cincinnati, OH (Cincinnati Pop Festival 1970)

April 25, 1970 Paramount Theater, Springield, MA (Woodrose Joint Happening, with The Nice & Family)

June 10, 1970 BBC Studio 2, Aoelian Hall, London, ENG (UK Radio "Black" performing "Lookin' In", "Money Can't Save Your Soul" & "Leavin' Again", broadcast July 31, 1970)

June 24, 1970 BBC Maida Vale 4, London, ENG (UK Radio "Raven's R&B" performing "Lookin' In", "Money Can't Save Your Soul" & "Leavin' Again", broadcast July 12, 1970)

July 11, 1970 Eissportstadion, Munich, GER (Euro Pop '70 A-Z Musik Festival)

July 12, 1970 Greyhound, Croydon, ENG

July 18, 1970 Caledonian Football Park, Inverness, SCOT (First Scottish Blues & Progressive Music Festival, with Savoy Brown, Black Widow, Brinsley Schwarz, If & Atomic Rooster)

August 22, 1970 Kinetic Ballroom, Chicago, IL

August 28-29, 1970 Fillmore East, New York City, NY (supported by Fleetwood Mac & Fairport Convention)

August 30-September 1, 1970 Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA (supported by Fairport Convention & Chicken Shack)

September 5-7, 1970 Highway 95 between Elgin and Bastrop, TX]] (CANCELLED "Central Texas Music Festival", with Smith, Alice Cooper, MC-5, Rare Earth, Blood Rock, Amboy Dukes, Savoy Brown, Freddie King, Stooges, John Mayall, Carolyn Hester, The Third Power, Ike & Tina Turner, Flying Burrito Bros., Jerry Lee Lewis, Jimmy Driftwood, Eric Burdon & War, Chambers Brothers, Rotary Connection, Brownsville Station, James Cotton Blues Band)

September 17, 1970 Capitol Theater, Springfield, MA

October 11, 1970 Greyhound, Croydon, ENG

November 20, 1970 46th Street Rock Palace, Boston, MA

November 25-26, 1970 Easttown Theater, Detroit, MI

December 3-6, 1970 Fillmore West, San Francisco, CA (supported by Sea Train, Ry Cooder & Humble Pie)

December 16, 1970 Camden County Community College, Blackwood, NJ (supported by Van Morrison & Allman Brothers Band. Moved from Cherry Hill Arena)

December 18-19, 1970 Fillmore East, New York City, NY

1971

January 25, 1971 BBC Maida Vale 5, London, ENG (UK Radio "Harding" performing "Street Corner Talkin'", "Blues In King" & "Blues On The Ceiling", broadcast February 2, 1971)

February 10, 1971 Stanley Theater, Jersey City, NJ (2 shows, supported by The Faces & The Grease Band)

February 16-17, 1971 Fillmore East, New York City, NY (supporting The Faces & The Grease Band)

March 10, 1971 Forum, Inglewood, CA (supporting The Faces & The Grease Band)

March 13, 1971 Cal Expo Amphitheater, Sacramento, CA (supporting The Faces & The Grease Band)

March 20, 1971 Santa Clara County Fairgrounds, San Jose, CA (supported by The Faces & The Grease Band)

March 22, 1971 Tacoma University Fieldhouse, Tacoma, WA (supporting The Faces & The Grease Band)

March 24, 1971 PNE Agrodome, Vancouver, BC (supported by The Faces & The Grease Band)

March 27, 1971 Sam Houston Coliseum, Houston, TX (supported by The Faces)

March 28, 1971 Will Rogers Auditorium, Fort Worth, TX (supported by The Faces & The Grease Band)

April 2-3, 1971 Capitol Theatre, Port Chester, NY (with The Faces)

August 3, 1971 Armadillo World Headquarters, Austin, TX

September 6, 1971 The Park, North Baltimore, OH (supported by Cactus, Velvet Underground, Atomic Rooster & Synthesis)

February 25, 1972 Community Concourse Theatre, San Diego, CA (supported by Fleetwood Mac & Long John Baldry)

February 26, 1972 Santa Clara County Fairgrounds, San Jose, CA (supported by Fleetwood Mac & Long John Baldry)

February 27, 1972 Hollywood Palladium, Hollywood, CA (supported by Fleetwood Mac & Long John Baldry)

February 28, 1972 Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO (supported by Fleetwood Mac & Long John Baldry)

February 29, 1972 University of Colorado, Boulder, CO (supported by Fleetwood Mac & Long John Baldry)

March 2, 1972 Salpointe High School, Tucson, AZ (2 shows supported by Fleetwood Mac & Long John Baldry. They cleared out the gym for the second show, but some people hid under the bleachers and were able to stay for the second show for free)

March 3, 1972 Swing Auditorium, San Bernardino, CA (supported by Fleetwood Mac & Long John Baldry)

March 4, 1972 Civic Auditorium, Honolulu, HI (supported by Fleetwood Mac & Long John Baldry)

March 5, 1972 International Center Arena, Honolulu, HI (supported by Fleetwood Mac & Long John Baldry)

March 6, 1972 Travelodge Theatre or Star Theater, Phoenix, AZ (supported by Fleetwood Mac & Long John Baldry)

March 8, 1972 Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA (supported by Fleetwood Mac & Long John Baldry)

March 9, 1972 Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium, Edmonton, AB (supported by Fleetwood Mac & Long John Baldry)

March 10, 1972 PNE Coliseum, Vancouver, BC (supported by Fleetwood Mac & Long John Baldry)

March 11, 1972 Salem Armory, Salem, OR (supported by Fleetwood Mac & Long John Baldry)

March 12, 1972 Paramount Theatre, Seattle, WA (supported by Fleetwood Mac & Long John Baldry)

March 13-14, 1972 Ford Auditorium, Detroit, MI (supported by Fleetwood Mac & Long John Baldry)

March 15, 1972 Auditorium Theatre, Chicago, IL (supported by Fleetwood Mac & Long John Baldry)

March 16, 1972 Northern Michigan University, Marquette, MI (supported by Fleetwood Mac & Long John Baldry)

March 17, 1972 Pershing Center, Lincoln, NE (supported by Fleetwood Mac & Long John Baldry)

March 18, 1972 Larkin High School, Elgin, IL (supported by Fleetwood Mac & Long John Baldry)

March 19, 1972 St. Paul Auditorium, St. Paul, MN (supported by Fleetwood Mac & Long John Baldry)

March 21, 1972 Civic Center, Saginaw, MI (supported by Fleetwood Mac & Long John Baldry)

March 22, 1972 University Of New Haven, New Haven, CT (supported by Fleetwood Mac, Long John Baldry & Ashmun & Reynolds)

March 23, 1972 Palace Theater, Waterbury, CT (supported by Fleetwood Mac & Long John Baldry)

March 24, 1972 Palace Concert Theater, Providence, RI (supported by Fleetwood Mac & Long John Baldry)

March 25, 1972 SUNY Plattsburgh, Plattsburgh, NY (supported by Fleetwood Mac & Long John Baldry)

March 26, 1972 Painters Mill Theater, Baltimore, MD (supported by Fleetwood Mac & Long John Baldry)

March 27, 1972 Goddard College, Plainfield, VT (supported by Fleetwood Mac & Long John Baldry)

March 29, 1972 Virginia Beach Dome, Virginia Beach, VA (supported by Fleetwood Mac & Long John Baldry)

March 30, 1972 Civic Theatre, Akron, OH (supported by Fleetwood Mac & Long John Baldry)

March 31, 1972 Capitol Theatre, Port Chester, NY (supported by Fleetwood Mac & Long John Baldry)

April 1, 1972 Ritz Theatre, Staten Island, NY (supported by Fleetwood Mac & Long John Baldry)

April 4, 1972 Kiel Auditorium, St. Louis, MO (supported by Fleetwood Mac & Long John Baldry)

April 5, 1972 Henry Levitt Arena, Wichita, KS (supported by Fleetwood Mac & Long John Baldry)

April 7-8, 1972 Academy of Music, New York City, NY (supported by Fleetwood Mac & Long John Baldry)

April 13, 1972 Orlando Sports Center, Orlando, FL (supported by Fleetwood Mac & Long John Baldry)

April 14, 1972 Pirates World, Dania Beach, FL (supported by Fleetwood Mac & Long John Baldry)

April 15, 1972 Bayfront Center, St. Petersburg, FL (supported by Fleetwood Mac & Long John Baldry)

April 16, 1972 Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, PA (supported by Fleetwood Mac & Long John Baldry)

April 29, 1972 Harold L. Richards High School, Oak Lawn, IL (supported by Fleetwood Mac & Long John Baldry)

May 14, 1972 Golden Hall, San Diego, CA (supported by Fleetwood Mac & Long John Baldry & Ashman-Reynolds)

August 3, 1972 Ungano's Ritz Theater, Staten Island, NY (supported by Rory Gallagher)

August 5, 1972 Long Island Arena, Commack, NY (supported by Tower of Power, Flash & Rory Gallagher)

August 11, 1972 Rock Island Armory, Rock Island, IL (supported by Tower of Power & Rory Gallagher)

August 12, 1972 Elk Grove High School, Elk Grove, IL (supported by Rory Gallagher)

August 14, 1972 Boston Common, Boston, MA (supported by Fleetwood Mac & Rory Gallagher)

August 16, 1972 Sunshine Inn, Asbury Park, NJ (supported by Tower of Power & Rory Gallagher)

August 18, 1972 North Carolina Motor Speedway, Rockingham, NC ("The Peachtree Festival", With Alice Cooper, who replaced The Faces who cancelled, 3 Dog Night, Birtha, Fabulous Rhinestones, Rory Gallagher, The James Gang, Bloodrock, Black Oak Arkansas featuring Jim Dandy, Tower of Power, Dillards, Goose Creek Symphony. Poco was on the bill but stopped performing mid-set because they were suffering from heat exhaustion)

August 29, 1972 Valley Stadium, Las Vegas, NV (supporting The Faces)

October 24, 1972 Community Theater, Berkeley, CA (supported by Uriah Heep & Miller Anderson)

October 25, 1972 Paramount Theatre, Seattle, WA (supported by Uriah Heep & Miller Anderson)

October 26, 1972 Paramount Theatre, Portland, OR (supported by Uriah Heep & Miller Anderson)

April 16, 1973 Tower Theatre, Upper Darby, PA

June 8, 1973 University of Louisville Parkway Field, Louisville, KY (supported by ZZ Top Wet Willie & Manfred Mann)

August 12, 1973 University Of Houston Jeppesen Stadium, Houston, TX (cancelled appearance (they refused to play after a disagreement about who should warm up for whom) with ZZ Top, Doobie Brothers, Blue Oyster Cult (who did not play), Wishbone Ash & Willie Nelson)

October 15-16, 1973 Guildhall, Plymouth, ENG (supporting Status Quo)

February 15-16, 1974 Winterland, San Francisco, CA (Cancelled, supported by Rory Gallagher, Silverhead. Savoy Brown had replaced Fleetwood Mac)

October 22, 1975 Armadillo World Headquarters, Austin, TX

November 15, 1975 Paramount Northwest, Seattle, WA (supporting 10CC)

November 18, 1975 Medford Armory, Medford, OR (supporting 10CC)

February 16, 1976 Marquee, London, ENG

October 6-8, 1978 The Whisky, Los Angeles, CA

February 8-9, 1980 Starwood, Hollywood, CA (supported by Xciter)

November 13, 1980 Starwood, Hollywood, CA (supported by Whizzer)

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