Marc Bolan Family Tree

Marc Bolan Solo TV appearances

November 12, 1965 TV 'Ready, Steady, Go!' (promoting his debut single, The Wizard - the performance didn't go well with the backing track playing out of sync. Also appearing on the programme were The Small Faces, The Nashville Teens, Tom Jones & Wilson Pickett)

November 23, 1965 TV Redifussion's 'Five O'Clock Funfair' (Performing 'The Wizard')

February 19, 1966 TV ABC TV's 'Thank Your Lucky Stars' (performing The Wizard. Also on the show, The Animals)

December 16, 1966 TV 'Ready, Steady, Go!' (performing 'Hippy Gumbo', also on the show were The Escorts, The Merseys, The Troggs and Jimi Hendrix)


John's Children

April 1, 1967 Il Rondo Club, Leicester, ENG

April 2, 1967 The Bluesette Club, Leatherhead, ENG (unconfirmed)

April 2, 1967 Agincourt Ballrooms, Camberley, ENG (unconfirmed)

April 8, 1967 Meistersingerhalle, Nuremberg, GER (supporting The Who)

April 9, 1967 Thalia-Theatre, Wuppertal, GER (supporting The Who)

April 10, 1967 Jaguar Club, Herford, GER (supporting The Who)

April 11, 1967 Rheinhalle, Dusseldorf, GER (supporting The Who)

April 12, 1967 Friedrich Ebert Halle, Lugwigshafen, GER (supporting The Who)

April 29, 1967 Alexandra Palace, London, ENG (14 Hour Technicolour Dream, International Times Free Speech benefit)

April 30, 1967 Epping Hall, Epping, ENG

June 16, 1967 Youth Club, Beaconsfield, ENG

Tyrannosaurus Rex

July 22, 1967 Electric Garden, Covent Garden, London, ENG (Tyrannosaurus Rex first gig, advertised as 'Marc Bollam & Tyrannosaurus Rex'. With such a lack of rehearsal the concert was a shambles and the group which consisted of drummer Stephen Porter, 'freaky lead guitarist' a bassist & Ben Cartland (auditioned on the afternoon of the concert) disbanded immediately

September 23, 1967 Middle Earth, Covent Garden, London, ENG (first gig as duo with Steve Porter, now called Steve Peregrin Took, supporting Denny Laine's Electric String Band & The Picadilly Line at Middle Earth, which was previously the Electric Garden. The evening was compared by Disc Jockey and journalist John Peel, who mentioned 'the strange and tomorrow songs of Tyrannosaurus Rex' in his next Perfumed Garden column of the underground magazine, International Times)

September 30, 1967 Middle Earth, Covent Garden, London, ENG (Marc's 20th birthday, they performed an impromtu set before the official support band, Herbal Mixture, on prior to headliners Fairport Convention. Parts of the evening's show, including three of Tyrannosaurus Rex's songs were recorded by a Dutch TV station for a programme on the British music scene, the first of the duo's songs, Sara Crazy Child, being introduced by John Peel)

October 7, 1967 Middle Earth, Covent Garden, London, ENG (supporting The Action, with John Peel as DJ for the evening)

October 24, 1967 Middle Earth, Covent Garden, London, ENG (supporting The Pretty Things, with John Peel as DJ)

November 24, 1967 Middle Earth, Covent Garden London, ENG (supporting The Pretty Things & Eyes Of Blue, with John Peel as DJ)


January 12, 1968 Middle Earth, Covent Garden, London, ENG (supporting The Nice & Limousine)

January 26, 1968 Southampton University, Southampton, ENG (with Pink Floyd & Incredible String Band)

February 23, 1968 Middle Earth, Roundhouse, London, ENG (supporting Country Joe and the Fish, Fairport Convention & Blossom Toes. First on the bill with his debut performance was singer-songwriter, Nick Drake. Compared by John Peel)

March 9, 1968 Middle Earth, Covent Garden London, ENG (supporting the Jeff Beck Group, with Rod Stewart on vocals)

March 16, 1968 Magic Village, Manchester, ENG (supported by Van der Graaf Generator)

March 21, 1968 Royal Albert Hall, London, ENG (in support of the Imperial College Charity Carnival, supporting Donovan)

March 29, 1968 Loughton College, Loughton, ENG (with Roy Harper)

April 5, 1968 The Purcell Rooms, Royal Festival Hall, ENG (Oak, Ash And Thorn with John Peel as 'Narrator' for the evening)

April 13, 1968 The Purcell Rooms, Royal Festival Hall, ENG (Oak, Ash And Thorn with John Peel as 'Narrator' for the evening)

April 14, 1968 Frank Freeman's Dancing School, Kiddiminster, ENG (supported by Doctor K's Blues Band & Junior Eyes, with John Peel as 'Narrator' for the evening)

April 30, 1968 The Magic Village, Manchester, ENG (unconfirmed)

May 13, 1968 Middle Earth, Covent Garden, London, ENG (supported by Junior's Eyes & Beowolf, compared by John Peel)

May 18, 1968 Southampton University, Southampton, ENG (End of term dance supporting Captain Beefheart, Chicken Shack & Cliff Bennett & The Rebel Rousers, compared by John Peel)

May 19, 1968 Middle Earth, Covent Garden, London, ENG ('Gandalf's Garden Benefit', with David Bowie amongst others)

May 22, 1968 Middle Earth, Covent Garden, London, ENG ('Celebration For Albion', with Hapshash & The Coloured Coat, Third Ear Band, King Ida's Watch Chain & The Invisable Union)

May 25, 1968 London School Of Economics, London, ENG (with Chicken Shack)

May 27, 1968 Guild Hall, Portsmouth, ENG ('Dance of Words' with a wide range of artists including Pete Brown's Poetry Band, Alexis Corner & Fairport Convention. Compared by John Peel)

June 3, 1968 Royal Festival Hall, London, ENG (The Babylonian Mouthpiece Show with Roy Harper, Stefan Grossman & David Bowie doing some miming)

June 1968 Ealing College, London, ENG (with Roy Harper)

June 15, 1968 Birmingham University, Birmingham, ENG

June 17, 1968 Memorial Hall, Sheffield, ENG (2 shows 7.00 & 9.15 supported by The Liverpool Scene, Compared by John Peel)

June 23, 1968 Mothers, Birmingham, ENG (with John Peel)

June 29, 1968 Hyde Park, London, ENG ('Midsummer High Weekend' free concert, with The Pink Floyd, Tryannosurus Rex, Roy Harper & Jethro Tull starting at 3pm. The evening set featured The Bonzo Dog Doodah Band, The Nice & Juniors Eyes)

July 6th 1968 Woburn Abbey, Woburn, ENG (Woburn Music Festival supporting The Jimi Hendrix Experience & Geno Washington and the Ram Jam Band)

August 10, 1968 Kempton Park Racecourse, Sunbury-on-Thames, ENG (The 8th National Blues and Jazz Festival, which ran from the 9th to the 11th. Tyrannosaurus Rex played on the 10th, fifth on the bill to The Nice, Jeff Beck, Ten Years After and Arthur Brown)

August 10, 1968 Middle Earth, Covent Garden, London, ENG (supported by Aynsley Dunbar)

August 22, 1968 Manchester, ENG

August 31, 1968 Ford Farm Hayles Field, Isle of Wight, ENG (Isle Of Wight Festival 1968, or Great South Coast Bank Holiday Pop Festivity, with Jefferson Airplane, Crazy World of Arthur Brown, The Move, Pretty Things & Fairport Convention. It started at 6pm on the 31st and continued through to 10am on September 1st)

September 15, 1968 Mothers, Birmingham, ENG (with John Peel)

September 20, 1968 Albert Hall, Nottingham, ENG (supported by Chicken Shack)

October ?, 1968 Kremlin Bicetre L'Antenne Culturelle, Paris, FRA (FRENCH TV "Tous en Scene" performing "Stacey Grove" & "Salamanda Palaganda")

November 9, 1968 Mother's, Birmingham, ENG

November 23, 1968 Neeld Hall, Chippenham, ENG

December 18, 1968 Highbury Technical College, South Parade Pier, Portsmouth, ENG

December 28, 1968 Margriethal van de Jaarbeurs, Utrecht, NED ('Flight To Lowlands Paradise II' festival, a two-day event (28th & 29th) Headlined by Pink Floyd (replacing the Jimi Hendrix Experience) with other performers including Jeff Beck, Jethro Tull, Pretty Things, The Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band & Eire Apparent)


January 13, 1969 The Queen Elizabeth Hall, London, ENG (The Lion And The Unicorn In The Oak supported by Vytas Serelis, compered John Peel)

January 25th, 1969 Broendby Pop Club, Horregaard Hallen, Copenhagen, DEN

February 8, 1969 The Key Club, Bridgend, ENG

Tyrannosaurus Rex UK Tour 1969

February 15, 1969 Town Hall, Birmingham, ENG (supported by Vytas Serelis & David Bowie performing Mime)

February 16, 1969 Fairfield Hall, Croydon, ENG (supported by Vytas Serelis & David Bowie performing Mime)

February 22, 1969 Free Trade Hall, Manchester, ENG (supported by Vytas Serelis & David Bowie performing Mime)

February 23, 1969 Colston Hall, Bristol, ENG (supported by Vytas Serelis & David Bowie performing Mime)

March 1, 1969 Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool, ENG (supported by Vytas Serelis & David Bowie performing Mime)

March 8, 1969 Dome, Brighton, ENG (supported by Vytas Serelis & David Bowie performing Mime)

April 11, 1969 Lyceum, London, ENG ('John Peel's Midnight Court' with Eire Apparent, although Peel was absent that night)

May 17, 1969 Mothers, Birmingham, ENG

May 25, 1969 London, ENG

August 10, 1969 Kempton Racecourse, Sudbury, ENG (8th Jazz-Pop Ballads and Blues Festival in Sudbury in Suffolk, a three day event from the 9th to the 11th. Others who performed that day included Arthur Brown, The Nice, Jeff Beck, Joe Cocker, Deep Purple and Ginger Baker)

August 10, 1969 Middle Earth, Covent Garden, London, ENG (supported by Aynsley Dunbar)

August 8-10, 1969 Family Dog on the Great Highway, San Francisco, CA (supporting Country Joe & The Fish. Booked but didn't appear)

August 11-13, 1969 Thee Experience, Los Angeles, CA

August 15-21, 1969 Cafe Au Go-Go, New York City, NY

August 22-23, 1969 Kinetic Playground, Detroit, MI

August 29, 1969 San Antonio Pop Festival

August 30, 1969 Louisiana International Speedway, Prairieville, LA (New Orleans Pop Festival)

September 4-6, 1969 The Boston Tea Party, Boston, MA (supporting Raven, with Don Cooper)

September 9-11, 1969 Electric Factory, Philadelphia, PA

September 12-13, 1969 Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI (supporting The Turtles)

September 16, 1969 Cafe Au Go-Go, New York City, NY

September 19-20, 1969 Eagles Auditorium, Seattle, WA

November 8, 1969 Leeds University Refrectory Hall, Leeds, ENG (they replaced Pink Floyd. After they cancelled, supported by The Idle Race. Mickey Finn's first gig)

November 21, 1969 Free Trade Hall, Manchester, ENG (supported by the Linsey Kemp mime troup)

November 22, 1969 Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool, ENG

November 23, 1969 City Hall, Newcastle, ENG

November 24, 1969 Locarno, Sunderland, ENG (with The Spirit Of John Morgan & John Peel)

November 30, 1969 Mothers, Birmingham, ENG

December 27, 1969 Fairfield Hall, Croydon, ENG


January 10, 1970 The Blues Club at The Village Roundhouse, Dagenham, ENG

January 24, 1970 Van Dyke Club, Devonport, Plymouth, ENG

February 6, 1970 Tree Club, Bridgend, WAL (Poss 8th)

February 13, 1970 Lyceum, London, ENG (with Edgar Broughton, Taste, Liverpoo Scene, Stone The Crows, Fairfield Parlour & Gun Hill)

February 18, 1970 Dome, Brighton, ENG (supported by Rare Bird & Genesis)

April 3, 1970 Sporthalle, Cologne, GER (Progressive Pop Festival. Other bands that performed at the festival included Arthur Brown, Colloseum, Deep Purple, Eire Apparent, Procal Harum, Soft Machine, Yes and The Kinks)

April 6, 1970 Vienna, AUT

April 21, 1970 Roundhouse, London, ENG (Pop Proms 1970, supported by Elton John, Pretty Things & Heavy Jelly. Hosted by John Peel)

May 9, 1970 Imperial College, London, ENG (with Kevin Ayres & Wishbone Ash)

May 1970 Tyrannosaurus Rex's Second Tour of America. The First with Mickey Finn.

May 20, 1970 Adam Smith Hall, Kirkcaldy, SCOT

May 22, 1970 Empire Theatre, Inverness, SCOT

May 23, 1970 Town Hall, Motherwell, SCOT

May 24, 1970 Caird Hall, Dundee, SCOT (supporting Ten Years After)

May 25, 1970 Electric Garden, Glasgow, SCOT

May 26, 1970 Usher Hall, Edinburgh, SCOT (supporting Ten Years After)

May 29, 1970 Bay Hotel, Whitburn, ENG

May 30, 1970 Olympia, London, ENG (Extravaganza '70)

May 31, 1970 Torch Club, Stoke-On-Trent, ENG

June 5, 1970 Dudley Zoo, Dudley, ENG (Castle Rock in aid of the WWF supporting The Faces & the Edgar Broughton Band)

June 6, 1970 Dunstable Civic Hall, Dunstable, ENG

June 7, 1970 Greyhound, Croydon, ENG

June 14, 1970 The Redcar Jazz Club, Redcar, ENG (billed as T.Rex)

June 27, 1970 Kralingse Bos, Rotterdam, NED (Kralingen Music Festival)

July 4, 1970 Bedford Football Ground, Bedford, ENG (Blues at The Eyre, second on the bill to Deep Purple. Others playing that day included Medicine Head, Principal Edwards Magic Theatre & Skin Alley, compared by John Peel)

July 19, 1970 Lyceum, London, ENG (with Man)

August 28, 1970 Mayfair Ballroom, Newcastle, ENG

September 6, 1970 Roundhouse, London, ENG

September 19, 1970 The first ever Glastonbury Festival replacing The Kinks

September 25-26, 1970 Messehalle, Saarbrucken, GER (2 day festival)

First Tour billed as as T.Rex, with ticket prices pegged at Ten Shillings (£0.50)

October 2, 1970 The Red Lion, Leytonstone, ENG (start of UK Tour)

October 9, 1970 Albert Hall, Nottingham, ENG

October 11, 1970 King George's Hall, Blackburn, ENG

October 14, 1970 Town Hall, Birmingham, ENG

October 15, 1970 City Hall, Sheffield, ENG

October 20, 1970 Guildhall, Southampton, ENG

October 25, 1970 Grugahalle, Essen, GER (International Essen Blues & Pop Festival 1970)

October 29, 1970 Civic Hall, Dunstable, ENG

October 30, 1970 City Hall, Hull, ENG

October 31, 1970 Imperial College, London, ENG

November 4, 1970 Mountford Hall, Liverpool, ENG

November 8, 1970 The Greyhound, Croydon, ENG

November 9, 1970 Colston Hall, Bristol, ENG

November 11, 1970 Town Hall, Oxford, ENG

November 24, 1970 Civic Hall, Guildford, ENG

November 27, 1970 Winter Gardens, Bournemouth, ENG

November 28, 1970 Roundhouse, Dagenham, ENG

December 3-4, 1970 Green's Playhouse, Glasgow, SCOT

December 5, 1970 Manchester University Main Debating Hall, Manchester, ENG

December 7, 1970 Civic Hall, Wolverhampton, ENG

December 8, 1970 London, ENG (UK radio "Top Gear" performing "God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen", "Good King Wenceslas", "Silent Night" & "O Come All Ye Faithful". Broadcast on the 26th December. With Rod Stewart, John Peel, Robert Wyatt, Mike Ratledge, Ron Wood, Kenney Jones, Ian McLagan, Ronnie Lane, Ivor Cutler, Sonja Kristina, Bridget St. John, Pete Buckland & David Bedford on piano. Rod also did a solo version of "Away In A Manger")

December 11, 1970 Community Centre, Welwyn Garden City, ENG

December 12, 1970 Capitol Theatre, Cardiff, WAL

December 16, 1970 Birmingham Odeon, Birmingham, ENG

December 18, 1970 Corn Exchange, Devizes, ENG

December 19, 1970 Big Apple, Brighton, ENG (supported by Status Quo)

December 20, 1970 Dome, Brighton, ENG

December 21, 1970 Alexandra Palace, London, ENG

December 22, 1970 Roundhouse, London, ENG (Steve Currie's first gig with T.Rex. They were joined on stage for some backing vocals by Howard Kaylan)


January 2, 1971 City Hall, Sheffield, ENG

January 3, 1971 Guildhall, Preston, ENG

January 4, 1971 St George's Hall, Bradford, ENG

January 14, 1971 Empire, Liverpool, ENG

January 15, 1971 Stoke on Trent, ENG

January 16, 1971 King's Hall, Aberystwyth, WAL

January 17, 1971 New Theatre, Oxford, ENG

January 21, 1971 Gaumont, Southampton, ENG

January 25, 1971 Lyceum, London, ENG

January 28, 1971 The Taverne de l’Olympia, Paris, FRA (concert filmed for the French programme Pop 2)

February 4, 1971 Fairfield Hall, Croydon, ENG

February 13, 1971 North East London Arts Festival, London, ENG

February 14, 1971 University of Essex, Colchester, ENG

February 15, 1971 Civic Hall, Guildford, ENG

February 16, 1971 Town Hall, Birmingham, ENG

February 17, 1971 Dundee University, Dundee, SCOT

February 18, 1971 Mayfair Ballroom, Newcastle, ENG

February 20, 1971 Nottingham University, Nottingham, ENG

March 1, 1971 Cork, IRE

March 2, 1971 Belfast, NI

March 3, 1971 Dublin, IRE

March 13, 1971 Lancaster University, Lancaster, ENG

March 18, 1971 Fiesta Club, Sheffield, ENG (cancelled when the band pulled out at the last minute after they discovered the venue was charging more for tickets than stipulated in their contract)

March 19, 1971 Lanchester Polytechnic, Coventry, ENG

March 20, 1971 Winter Gardens Pavilion, Weston-Super-Mare, ENG

April 1971 The band spend the month in America

April 9-10, 1971 Eastown Theater, Detroit, MI (supporting The Paul Butterfield Blues Band. Live debut of Bill Legend)

April 12-15, 1971 Fillmore East, New York, NY (supporting Mountain & Mylon)

April 25, 1971 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA (supporting Procol Harum & ELP)

April 30-May 1, 1971 The Rock Pile, Island Park, NY (supporting Humble Pie)

T-Rex UK Tour 1971

May 9, 1971 Winter Gardens, Bournemouth, ENG

May 11, 1971 Guildhall, Portsmouth, ENG

May 14, 1971 Albert Hall, Nottingham, ENG (The original photo used for The Electric Warrior sleeve was taken here)

May 16, 1971 Free Trade Hall, Manchester, ENG

May 17, City Hall, Sheffield, ENG

May 19, 1971 Civic Hall, Wolverhampton, ENG

May 20, 1971 City Hall, Newcastle, ENG

May 21, 1971 Green's Playhouse, Glasgow, SCOT

May 23, 1971 Fairfield Hall, Croydon, ENG

May 24, 1971 Colston Hall, Bristol, ENG

May 25, 1971 De Montford Hall, Leicester, ENG

May 27, 1971 St George's Hall, Bradford, ENG

May 28, 1971 Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool, ENG

May 30, 1971 Roundhouse, London, ENG (Ian McDonald guested on Saxophone)

June 26, 1971 Amsterdamse Bos, Amsterdam, NED (Amsterdam Free Concert. possibly 25th)

July 2, 1971 Odeon, Birmingham, ENG (2 shows 6.30 & 9.00 supported by Bronco)

July 3, 1971 Starlight Rooms, Boston, ENG (supported by Supertramp)

July 9, 1971 Lewisham Odeon, London, ENG (2 shows 6.30 & 9.00 supported by Bronco)

July 17, 1971 The Pavilion, Bath, ENG

August 12, 1971 Starkers, Bournemouth, ENG (supported by Freedom)

August 22, 1971 Trentham Gardens, Stoke-on-Trent, ENG (supported by Gentle Giant)

August 28, 1971 Weeley, Clacton-on-Sea, ENG (Weeley Festival)

August 28, 1971 Clifton Park, Rotherham, ENG (supported by Marmalade, Terry Reid & Arthur Brown and his Kingdom Come)

October 8, 1971 Rotterdam, NED

October 9, 1971 Amsterdam, NED

T-Rex Electric Warrior UK Tour 1971

October 19, 1971 Guildhall, Portsmouth, ENG

October 20, 1971 ABC Cinema, Plymouth, ENG

October 21, 1971 Capitol, Cardiff, WAL

October 23, 1971 City Hall, Sheffield, ENG

October 24, 1971 Fairfield Hall, Croydon, ENG (2 shows 4.00 & 7.30)

October 25, 1971 St George's Hall, Bradford, ENG

October 27, 1971 Dome, Brighton, ENG

October 29, 1971 Green's Playhouse, Glasgow, SCOT

October 30, 1971 Empire, Edinburgh, SCOT

October 31, 1971 City Hall, Newcastle, ENG

November 4, 1971 ABC, Stockton, ENG

November 5, 1971 Town Hall, Birmingham, ENG

November 6, 1971 Free Trade Hall, Manchester, ENG

November 8, 1971 De Montfort Hall, Leicester, ENG

November 9, 1971 ABC, Lincoln, ENG

November 10, 1971 ABC, Wigan, ENG

November 11, 1971 Liverpool Stadium, Liverpool, ENG (2 shows)


January 15, 1972 Starlight Club, Gliderdrome, Boston, ENG (warm-up for first European tour)

January 28, 1972 Chateau Neuf, Oslo, NOR

January 29, 1972 Stockholm, SWE

January 30, 1972 Copenhagen, DEN

January 31, 1972 Grosser Saal Musikhalle, Hamburg GER (supported by Status Quo)

February 1, 1972 Halle Munsterland, Munster, GER (supported by Status Quo)

T-Rex US Tour 1972

February 11, 1972 Seattle, WA (start of US tour)

February 15, 1972 Hollywood Palladium, Los Angeles, CA

February 18, 1972 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA

February 19, 1972 University of Detroit, Memorial Building, Detroit, MI (supported by 5 Man Electrical Band)

February 20, 1972 Alexandria Roller Rink, Alexandria, VA

February 24, 1972 Chicago Auditorium, Chicago, IL

February 25, 1972 Yorktown Theatre, Cleveland, OH (2 shows 7.30 & 10.00 supported by Jackie Lomax)

February 26, 1972 Fenway Theater, Boston, MA

February 27, 1972 Carnegie Hall, New York City, NY (supported by Jackie Lomax. Last date of US tour)

March 18, 1972 Empire Pool, Wembley, ENG (2 shows 5.30 & 8.30 introduced by Emperor Rosko, supported bu Quiver)

T-Rex UK Tour June 1972

June 9, 1972 Odeon, Birmingham, ENG (2 shows, supported by Quiver)

June 10, 1972 Capitol Theatre, Cardiff, WAL (2 shows, supported by Quiver)

June 16, 1972 Belle Vue, Manchester, ENG (supported by Quiver)

June 24, 1972 City Hall, Newcastle, ENG (2 shows, supported by Quiver)

August 13, 1972 Capitol Theatre, Passaic, NJ (Unconfirmed)

August 30, 1972 Bordeaux, FRA

September 1, 1972 Aignon, FRA

September 2, 1972 Nice, FRA

September 4, 1972 Paris, FRA

September 8, 1972 Pierrefonds Arena, Montreal, QC (supported by the Doobie Brothers)

September 12, 1972 Aquarius Theater, Boston, MA (supported by the Doobie Brothers)

September 14, 1972 Academy of Music, New York City, NY (supported by the Doobie Brothers & Argent)

September 15, 1972 Palace Concert Theater, Providence, RI

September 16, 1972 Passaic Capitol Theatre, Passaic, NJ (supported by the Doobie Brothers)

September 19, 1972 Pirates World, Dania, FL (supported by the Doobie Brothers)

September 20, 1972 Bayfront Center, St. Petersburg, FL (supported by the Doobie Brothers)

September 22, 1972 The Warehouse, New Orleans, LA (supported by the Doobie Brothers)

September 23, 1972 Municipal Auditorium, Atlanta, GA (supported by the Doobie Brothers)

September 24, 1972 Charleston, WV

September 27, 1972 Syria Mosque, Pittsburgh, PA (supported by the Doobie Brothers & Gravel)

September 28, 1972 Allen Theatre, Cleveland OH (supported by the Doobie Brothers)

September 29, 1972 Ford Auditorium, Detroit, MI (supported by the Doobie Brothers)

September 30, 1972 Auditorium Theatre, Chicago, IL

October 3, 1972 Kiel Auditorium, St. Louis, MO

October 4, 1972 Memorial Hall, Kansas City, KS

October 5, 1972 Civic Center Music Hall, Oklahoma City, OK

October 6, 1972 Civic Auditorium, Shreveport, LA

October 7, 1972 Houston Music Hall, Houston, TX

October 8, 1972 Texas Hall Auditorium, Arlington, TX

October 13, 1972 Winterland, San Francisco, CA (supported by Poco & the Doobie Brothers)

October 14, 1972 Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA

October 15, 1972 Civic Auditorium, Long Beach, CA

October 19, 1972 Grand Olympic Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA

November 28, 1972 Nippon Budokan, Tokyo, JPN (start of a mini tour of the Far East & Australasia)

November 29, 1972 Aichi-Ken Taiikukan, Nagoya, JPN

December 1, 1972 Osaka Furitsu Taiikukan, Osaka, JPN

December 4, 1972 Nippon Budokan, Tokyo, JPN

December 22, 1972 Edmonton Sundown, London, ENG (the first of three Christmas specials)

December 23, 1972 Brixton Sundown, London, ENG (2 shows 5.00 & 8.30. The last time the four-piece T. Rex appear in England)


January 27, 1973 Cilla Black TV show (miming to Mad Donna, and a duet with Cilla on Life's a Gas, with Marc on acoustic guitar and Steve Currie on bass)

T-Rex German Tour 1973

February 13, 1973 Sportpalast, Berlin, GER (start of European tour)

February 16, 1973 Grugahalle, Essen, GER

February 17, 1973 Musikhalle, Hamburg, GER

February 18, 1973 Messehalle, Nuremberg, GER

February 19, 1973 Wiener Stadthalle, Vienna, AUT

February 20, 1973 Stadthalle, Offenbach, GER

February 22, 1973 Sporthalle Belle Vue, Saarbrucken, GER

February 23, 1973 Deutschen Museum, Munich, GER

February 24, 1973 Sporthalle, Cologne, GER

February 25, 1973 VFR-Sporthalle, Mannheim, GER

March 12, 1973 Olympia, Paris, FRA (start of second leg of European tour)

March 15, 1973 Stockholm, SWE

March 17, 1973 Aarhaus, DEN

March 19, 1973 Oslo, NOR

March 20, 1973 Gothenburg, SWE

March 21, 1973 Falkoner Teatret, Copenhagen, DEN (Joined by Tony Visconti for Get It On)

March 22, 1973 Odense, DEN

March 24, 1973 Forest National Hall, Brussels, BEL (supported by Sam Apple Pie)

April 10, 1973 Watford Town Hall, Watford, ENG (Marc joined the Electric Light Orchestra on stage for their encore of Roll Over Beethoven)

May 1, 1973 Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA (ABC TV's ‘In Concert’. The band performed the forthcoming single The Groover and Jeepster. The band were augmented by Gloria Jones and Stephanie Spruill on backing vocals. The show was broadcast in June)

T-Rex US Tour 1973

July 20, 1973 Milwaukee Arena, Milwaukee, WI (supporting Three Dog Night)

July 21, 1973 Chicago Stadium, Chicago, IL

July 22, 1973 Cobo Hall, Detroit, MI (supporting Three Dog Night)

July 25, 1973 Mid South Coliseum, Memphis, TN (supporting Humble Pie)

July 26, 1973 Roosevelt Stadium, Jersey City, NJ (supporting Three Dog Night)

July 27, 1973 Miami Sports Auditorium, Miami, FL (supporting Three Dog Night)

July 28, 1973 Curtis Hixon Hall, Tampa, FL (one Florida date was cancelled due to the equipment trucks breaking down on route)

July 29, 1973 Omni, Atlanta, GA (supporting Three Dog Night)

July 30, 1973 Schaffer Stadium, Boston, MA (supporting Three Dog Night)

July 31, 1973 Hirsch Auditorium, Shreveport, LA

August 1, 1973 Mobile Municipal Auditorium, Mobile, AL (supporting Three Dog Night)

August 2, 1973 Royal Stadium, Kansas City, MO (supporting Three Dog Night)

August 3, 1973 Civic Auditorium, Baltimore, MD (supporting Three Dog Night)

August 4, 1973 Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, NY (supporting Three Dog Night)

August 5, 1973 Dillion Stadium, Hartford, CT (supporting Three Dog Night)

August 10, 1973 Civic Theatre, San Diego, CA

August 11, 1973 Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA (Supported by Albert Hammond)

August 12, 1973 Long Beach Auditorium, Long Beach, CA (Supported by Albert Hammond)

August 14, 1973 Paramount Theatre, Portland, OR

August 15, 1973 Paramount Theatre, Seattle, WA

August 17, 1973 Salt Palace, Salt Lake City, UT (supporting Three Dog Night)

August 18, 1973 Denver Coliseum, Denver, CO (supporting Three Dog Night)

August 19, 1973 Pershing Auditorium, Lincoln, NB (supporting Three Dog Night)

August 20, 1973 Quad City Stadium, Davenport, IA

August 21, 1973 Kiel Auditorium, St. Louis, MO

August 22, 1973 War Memorial Auditorium, Syracuse, NY (supporting Three Dog Night)

August 23, 1973 City Auditorium, Binghampton, NY

August 24, 1973 New Haven Arena, New Haven, CT

August 25, 1973 State Farm Arena, Harrisburg, PA

August 26, 1973 Boston Gardens, Boston, MA

August 30, 1973 Tower Theatre, Upper Darby, PA

August 31, 1973 Toronto Exposition, Toronto, ON

September 1, 1973 Winnipeg Arena, Winnipeg, MB

September 2, 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 2, 1973 Evansville Rock Festival, Evansville, IN

September 3, 1973 NBC's TV Studio, Burbank, CA (Midnight Special TV show, broadcast on 28thSeptember. The band, with Jones and Hall on backing vocals performed Hot Love, Get It On and a recently recorded track, Squint Eye Mangle)

October 4, 1973 Memorial Hall, Kansas City, KS

October 25, 1973 Budokan Hall, Tokyo, JPN

October 27, 1973 Nagoya Shiritsu Daigaku Taiikukan, Nagoya, JPN

October 28, 1973 Koseinenkin Kaikan, Osaka, JPN

October 29, 1973 Yubinchokin Hall, Hiroshima, JPN

October 31, 1973 Shin-Nittetsu Otani Taiikukan, Fukuoka, JPN

T-Rex Australian Tour 1973

November 3, 1973 Hordern Pavilion, Sydney, AUS

November 4-5, 1973 Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, AUS

November 6, 1973 Apollo Stadium, Adelaide, AUS

November 7, 1973 Festival Hall, Melbourne, AUS

November 10, 1973 Festival Hall, Brisbane, AUS

At the end of the tour Bill Legend left T.Rex and returned home in order to pursue a musical career that would give him more time at home with his family and was replaced by Davey Lutton who had drummed with Eire Apparent)


T-Rex Truck Off Tour 1974

January 21, 1974 City Hall, Newcastle, ENG

January 22, 1974 Apollo, Glasgow, SCOT

January 24, 1974 City Hall, Sheffield, ENG

January 26, 1974 Free Trade Hall, Manchester, ENG

January 27, 1974 De Montfort Hall, Leicester, ENG

January 28, 1974 Odeon, Birmingham, ENG

April 13, 1974 Ambassador Theatre, St Louis, MO

September 26, 1974 Tower Theatre, Upper Darby, PA (supporting Blue Oyster Club)

September 27, 1974 Memorial Auditorium, Worcester, MA (supported by Rush & Albatross)

September 28, 1974 Erie County Fairgrounds, Wattsburg, PA

October 2, 1974 Joint in the Woods, Parsippany, NJ

October 9, 1974 Industrial Building, Casper, WY (supporting Blue Oyster Cult)

October 11, 1974 Warnor's Theater, Fresno, CA (supporting Blue Oyster Cult)

October 12, 1974 Long Beach Arena, Long Beach, CA (T-Rex cancelled, supporting Blue Oyster Cult)

October 13, 1974 Golden Hall, San Diego, CA (T-Rex cancelled, supporting Blue Oyster Cult)

October 14, 1974 Show Palace, Phoenix, AZ (supporting Blue Oyster Cult, with Golden Earring)

October 17, 1974 Medford Armory, Medford, OR (supporting Blue Oyster Cult)

October 18, 1974 Paramount Theatre, Portland, OR (supporting Blue Oyster Cult)

October 19, 1974 Paramount Theatre, Seattle, WA (supporting Blue Oyster Cult)

October 20, 1974 Memorial Arena, Victoria, BC (supported by Blue Oyster Cult)

October 21, 1974 Pacific Coliseum, Vancouver, BC (supported by Blue Oyster Cult)

October 23, 1974 The Stampede Corral, Calgary, AB (supported by Blue Oyster Cult)

October 24, 1974 Kinsmen's Fieldhouse, Edmonton, AB (supported by Blue Oyster Cult)

October 26, 1974 East Gymnasium, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB (supported by Blue Oyster Cult)

November 7, 1974 Kiel Auditorium, St. Louis, MO (supporting Kiss)

November 8, 1974 Aragon Ballroom, Chicago, IL (supported by Kiss, Hydra & U.F.O.)

November 11, 1974 Agora Club, Cleveland, OH

November 15, 1974 Trenton War Memorial Theatre, Trenton, NJ

November 16, 1974 Capitol Theatre, Port Chester, NY (supporting ZZ Top, with Point Blank)

November 19, 1974 Roberts Stadium, Evansville, IN

November 20, 1974 The Brewery, Lansing, MI

November 21-22, 1974 Michigan Palace, Detroit, MI (supporting ZZ Top)

November 29, 1974 State Fairgrounds, Tampa, FL

December 9, 1974 Allen County War Memorial Coliseum, Fort Wayne, IN


July 12, 1975 Palace Lido, Douglas, Isle of Man (A new line-up of T-Rex begins a series of warm-up gigs, before their first Major UK Tour for over 18 months)

July 23, 1975 Tiffany's, Great Yarmouth, ENG

July 25, 1975 Hastings Pier Ballroom, Hastings, ENG (supported by Stallion)

July 26, 1975 Lees Cliffe Hall, Folkestone, ENG


T-Rex Futuristic Dragon Tour 1976

February 5, 1976 Central Hall, Chatham, ENG

February 6, 1976 City Hall, St. Albans, ENG

February 7, 1976 Lees Cliffe Hall, Folkestone, EMG

February 8, 1976 Cliffes Pavilion, Southend, ENG

February 12, 1976 Southport Theatre, Southport, ENG

February 13, 1976 Palace Theatre, Newark, ENG

February 14, 1976 Grand Pavilion, Withernsea, ENG (supported by Lennie MacDonald Band)

February 15, 1976 Empire Theatre, Sunderland, ENG

February 18, 1976 Lyceum, London, ENG (supported by Lennie MacDonald Band)

February 19, 1976 Queensway Dunstable, ENG

February 20, 1976 Winter Gardens, Bournemouth, ENG

February 23, 1976 Town Hall, Birmingham, ENG (supported by Lennie MacDonald Band)

February 24, 1976 Free Trade Hall, Manchester, ENG

February 28, 1976 Floral Pavilion, New Brighton, ENG

March 1, 1976 Apollo, Glasgow, SCOT

March 3, 1976 Municipal Hall, Falkirk, SCOT

March 4, 1976 Civic Centre, Motherwell, SCOT

March 6, 1976 Grand Hall, Kilmarnock, SCOT

December 19, 1976 Theatre Royal Drury Lane, London, ENG ("Christmas Supersonic" in the presence of HRH Princess Margaret, in aid of the Invalid Children's Aid Association & the Stars Organisation for Spastic's)

December 24, 1976 FRENCH TV "La Nuit De Noel De Graziella & Virginie"


February 3, 1977 Club Macumba, Vigneux de Bretagne, Nantes, FRA

February 4, 1977 Le Macumba, Bordeaux, FRA

February 5, 1977 Halle Aux Grains, Toulouse, FRA

February 7, 1977 Parc Beaumont, Casino Municipal, Pau, FRA

February 7, 1977 Palais des Sports, Besancon, FRA

February 9, 1977 Palais d'Hiver, Lyon, FRA (CANCELLED)

February 10, 1977 Palais des Congres Hall 19, Dijon, FRA (CANCELLED)

February 11, 1977 Bataclan, Paris, FRA

February 12, 1977 Salle Omnisport, Caen, FRA

T-Rex The Dandy in the Underworld Tour 1977

March 10, 1977 City Hall, Newcastle, ENG (supported by The Damned)

March 11, 1977 Apollo, Manchester, ENG (supported by The Damned)

March 12, 1977 Apollo, Glasgow, SCOT (supported by The Damned)

March 13, 1977 Victoria Hall, Hanley, ENG (supported by The Damned)

March 14, 1977 Colston Hall, Bristol, ENG (supported by The Damned)

March 17, 1977 Odeon, Birmingham, ENG (supported by The Damned)

March 18, 1977 Rainbow, London, ENG (supported by The Damned)

March 19, 1977 Pavilion, West Runton, ENG (supported by The Damned)

March 20, 1977 Locarno, Portsmouth, ENG (supported by The Damned)

May 20, 1977 Holstebrohallen, Holstebro, DEN

May 24, 1977 Gröna Lund, Stockholm, SWE

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