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THE YODELING SOCIALISTS (ca. OCT 1964 - ca. NOV 1964) / THE FREAKS #1 (ca. NOV 1964 - DEC 1964) 1) James Edward 'Ed' Sanders vocals, guitar, organ, sex organ, harmonica, maracas 2) Naftali 'Tuli' Kupferberg vocals, farto-phone, Brillo box, finger cymbals, tambourine, various percussion instruments


THE FREAKS #2 (DEC 1964 - JAN 1965) / THE FUGS #1 (JAN 1965 - FEB 23, 1965) 1) Ed Sanders 2) Tuli Kupferberg 3) Kenneth 'Ken' Weaver drums, bongos, congas, maracas, vocals


THE FUGS #2 (FEB 24, 1965) 1) Ed Sanders 2) Tuli Kupferberg 3) Ken Weaver 4) Bill Szabo (aka Szabo!) amphetamine flute


February 24, 1965 Peace Eye Bookstore, New York City, NY with The Holy Modal Rounders "Grand Opening" The Fugs' first gig (and only with the line-up #2). The show (from 6:00pm to 11:00pm) was taped.


THE FUGS #3 (FEB 25, 1965 - MAR 7, 1965) 1) Ed Sanders 2) Tuli Kupferberg 3) Ken Weaver 4) Steve Weber vocals, guitar 5) Peter Stampfel vocals, fiddle, banjo, guitar, harmonica


February 27, 1965 Gallery 111, New York City, NY (The Fugs second gig)


THE FUGS #4 (MAR 8, 1965) 1) Ed Sanders 2) Tuli Kupferberg 3) Ken Weaver 4) Steve Weber 5) Peter Stampfel 6) Aulden Jay Fowler (aka The Rev. Al Fowler) amphetamine flute


March 8, 1965 East End Theatre, New York City, NY (The Fugs' third gig and only one with the line-up #4)


THE FUGS #5 (aka #3) (MAR 9, 1965 - ca. JUL 1965) 1) Ed Sanders 2) Tuli Kupferberg 3) Ken Weaver 4) Steve Weber 5) Peter Stampfel


March 29-30, 1965 East End Theatre, New York City, NY

April 5, 1965 East End Theatre, New York City, NY

Spring 1965 Izzy Young's Folklore Center, New York City, NY (Grand Opening Party)

Spring 1965 Baltimore, MD

June 12 and 19, 1965 Bridge Theatre, 4 St. Mark's Place, New York City, NY (midnight shows) Two different 'Village Voice' newspaper Ad exists for this shows, the first listed the line-up of the band as: Tuli Kupferberg, Ed Sanders, Ken Weaver, Peter Stampfel and Steve Weber, while the second listed the line-up as: Tuli Kupferberg, Ed Sanders, Ken Weaver and blues guitarist Bill Barth (!?).

June 29, 1965 Caffe Cino, Manhattan, New York City, NY with Al Carmines, Ellen Stewart (MC), Warren Finnerty, John Herbert McDowell, and others "The Cino's Not for Burning - Benefit for The Caffe Cino" (two shows, 8:00pm and 12 midnight)

July 2, 1965 Ego East, Manhattan, New York City, NY "Freak with the Fugs"


THE FUGS #6 (ca. JUL 1965) 1) Ed Sanders 2) Tuli Kupferberg 3) Ken Weaver 4) Steve Weber 5) Peter Stampfel 6) Vincent 'Vinny' 'Vin' Leary vocals, guitar, harmonica 7) Moe Mahoney guitar


July 3, 10, 17, 24, 31, 1965 Bridge Theatre, New York City, NY (midnight shows)


THE FUGS #7 (ca. JUL 1965 - OCT 7, 1965) 1) Ed Sanders 2) Tuli Kupferberg 3) Ken Weaver 4) Steve Weber 5) Vinny Leary 6) John Anderson vocals, bass


ca. July 1965: Andy Warhol's The Factory, Manhattan, NY with The Holy Modal Rounders Members of The Fugs and The Holy Modal Rounders performed en masse for one of Andy Warhol's impromptu portrait reels while Billy Name photographed their in-house performance. It is unknown how long this film is or whether it still exists. A still taken at the time of the filming by Billy Name shows the band members as John Anderson (bass guitar), Steve Weber (rhythm guitar), Ken Weaver (conga drum), Vinny Leary (guitar), Tuli Kupferberg (tamborine) and Ed Sanders (maracas). Footnote: The Fugs also performed at The Factory many, many times during this year, but I don't know exact or approximative dates.

Summer 1965: Film-Makers' Cinematheque, New York City, NY with The Falling Spikes The Fugs used to play at benefits with a group called The Falling Spikes, and together they'd be called 'The Transcendetal Simulematic Orchestra'. They'd play the background music for underground movies and light shows on dancing people. The Falling Spikes eventually became The Velvet Underground.

August 7, 14, 21 & 28, 1965 Bridge Theatre, New York City, NY (midnight shows)

August 22, 1965 Village Gate, New York City, NY (A benefit and protest against federal narcotics agents)

September 4, 11, 18 & 25, 1965 Bridge Theatre, New York City, NY (midnight shows)

September 24, 1965 Carnegie Hall, New York City, NY with Eric Andersen, Theodore Bikel, Oscar Brand, Guy Carawan, Chambers Bros., Len Chandler, Barbara Dane, Rev. Gary Davis Jack Elliott, Logan English, Freedom Singers, Gale Garnett, Ronnie Gilbert, Greenbriar Boys, Fanny Lou Hamer, New Yorld Singers, New York Ramblers, Phil Ochs, Tom Paxton, Pennywhistlers, Earl Robinson, Pete Seeger and many others "Sing-In For Peace! - An All-Night Singing Protest Against The War In Viet-Nam" (afternoon show) The Fugs (without Steve Weber and Vinny Leary who missed the gig for unknown reasons) were not billed (or billed as "many others") in the gig's ad.

September 24, 1965 East End Theatre, New York City, NY "A Benefit for The Fugs!! - Cross Country Vietnam Protest Concert Tour" (evening show)

September 26, 1965 Bowery Poets Coop, New York City, NY ("Fugathon!", benefit for the Fugs Cross Country Vietnam Protest Caravan)

September 30, 1965 Bridge Theatre, New York City, NY (midnight show)

October 1, 1965 Bridge Theatre, New York City, NY (midnight show)


THE FUGS #8 (OCT 8, 1965 - OCT 18 or 19, 1965) 1) Ed Sanders 2) Tuli Kupferberg 3) Ken Weaver 4) Steve Weber 5) Jon Sheldon bass

October 8-28, 1965 Fugs Cross Country Vietnam Protest Caravan


October 9, 1965 (approximate date): Muhlenberg College, 2400 Chew Street, Allentown, PA (cancelled)

October 11, 1965 (approximate date): Frank Hoffman's house, Bloomington, IN "private party" According to Ed Sanders, The Fugs' performance was taped for the local Kinsey Institute's archives.

October 1?, 1965: James Dean's grave, Fairmount, Grant County, IN "outdoor show" (cancelled) CBS-TV, Channel 8 Indianapolis, wanted to film The Fugs performance but the show was cancelled at last minute because the band was so late.

October 18 or 19, 1965 (approximate date): Ed Grier's house, Lawrence, KS "private party"


THE FUGS #9 (OCT 19 or 20, 1965 - DEC ?, 1965) 1) Ed Sanders 2) Tuli Kupferberg 3) Ken Weaver 4) Steve Weber


October 22, 1965: Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, CA with Allen Ginsberg, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Paul Krassner (MC) "The Fantastic Four VDC (Vietnam Day Committee) Campus Benefit" (show started at 8:00pm)

October 25, 1965 (approximate date): The Matrix, 3138 Fillmore Street, Marina District, San Francisco, CA "audition" The Fugs' then driver and future member, Lee Crabtree, sat-in on piano with the band during the (failed) audition.

October 2?-2?, 1965: Coffee And Confusion, 1339 Upper Grant Avenue, North Beach, San Francisco, CA (several days)

October 29, 1965 Orb Theater, San Francisco, CA

October 31, 1965 Raped & Strangled Art Gallery, San Francisco, CA (Opening Night)

November 5, 1965: 2000 Life Sciences Building, University Campus, Campanile Way at Harmon Way, Berkeley, CA with Allen Ginsberg, Country Joe and The Fish "Folk-Rock-Mantra"

November 6, 1965: San Francisco Mime Troupe's loft (aka Calliope Warehouse), 924 Howard Street, San Francisco, CA with Jefferson Airplane, Sandy Bull, John Handy Quintet, The Committee, Lawrence Ferlinghetti "Benefit For SF Mime Troupe (Appeal Party I)"

November 27, 1965 Bridge Theatre, New York City, NY (midnight show)

December 2, 1965 Bridge Theatre, New York City, NY (midnight show)


THE FUGS #10 (DEC ?, 1965 - DEC 2?, 1965) 1) Ed Sanders 2) Tuli Kupferberg 3) Ken Weaver 4) Steve Weber 5) Pete 'Bomb Eyes' Kearney vocals, lead guitar


December 10-11, 1965 Cafe Au Go Go, New York City, NY (with Richie Havens & The New Group)

December 14-16, 1965 Cafe Au Go Go, New York City, NY (with Richie Havens)

December 17-26, 1965 Cafe Au Go Go, New York City, NY (with David Blue & Blues Project)

December 24-25, 1965 Bridge Theatre, New York City, NY (midnight shows)


THE FUGS #11 (DEC 2?, 1965 - JAN 1966) 1) Ed Sanders 2) Tuli Kupferberg 3) Ken Weaver 4) Pete Kearney 5) Lee Crabtree piano, organ, flute, percussion


December 31, 1965 Bridge Theatre, New York City, NY (midnight show)

January 1, 1966 Bridge Theatre, New York City, NY (midnight show)


THE FUGS #12 (JAN 1966 - SPRING 1966) 1) Ed Sanders 2) Tuli Kupferberg 3) Ken Weaver 4) Pete Kearney 5) Vinny Leary 6) Lee Crabtree 7) John Anderson


January 21-23, 1966: Astor Place Playhouse, 434 Lafayette Street, Manhattan, New York City, NY The Fugs played two shows a day on Friday and Sunday (8:00pm and 10:00pm), and three on Saturday (5:00pm, 8:00pm, and 10:00pm).

January 27-30, 1966: Astor Place Playhouse, 434 Lafayette Street, Manhattan, New York City, NY The Fugs played two shows a day on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday (8:30pm and 10:00pm), and one on Sunday (5:00pm).

Early 1966: 'The Les Crane Show', TV Show, Los Angeles, CA

March 31, 1966: Village Gate, New York City, NY with Velvet Underground and Nico "April Fool Dance & Models Ball"

March 31 - April 3, 1966: Astor Place Playhouse, 434 Lafayette Street, Manhattan, New York City, NY The Fugs played two shows a day on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday (8:30pm and 10:00pm), and one on Sunday (3:00pm).


THE FUGS #13 (SPRING 1966 - JUL 1966) 1) Ed Sanders 2) Tuli Kupferberg 3) Ken Weaver 4) Vinny Leary 5) John Anderson 6) Pete Kearney


June 12, 1966 Town Hall, New York City, NY


THE FUGS #14 (JUL 1966 - SEPT 1966) 1) Ed Sanders 2) Tuli Kupferberg 3) Ken Weaver 4) Vinny Leary 5) John Anderson 6) Jonathan 'Jon' Kalb lead guitar


July 1-2, 8-9, 15-16, 22-23 & 29-30, 1966 Players Theatre, New York City, NY

July 29, 1966: El Patio Beach Club, El Patio, NY with Anthony & The Imperials

August 5-6, 12-13, 19-20 & 26-27, 1966 Players Theatre, New York City, NY

September 2-3 & 9-10, 1966 Players Theatre, New York City, NY


THE FUGS #15 (SEPT 1966 - DEC 1966) 1) Ed Sanders 2) Tuli Kupferberg 3) Ken Weaver 4) Lee Crabtree 5) Vinny Leary (I do not know if he was still in the band at this point) 6) Stefan Grossman lead guitar


September 16-17, 23-24 & 30, 1966 Players Theatre, New York City, NY

October 1, 7-8, 14-15, 21-22 & 28-29, 1966 Players Theatre, New York City, NY

November 4-5, 11-12, 18-19 & 25-26, 1966 Players Theatre, New York City, NY

December 2-3 & 9-10, 1966 Players Theatre, New York City, NY (3 shows 8.00, 10.00 & midnight)

December 4, 1966: 'The David Susskind Show', TV Show, New York City, NY "Liquor, Sex, Dope: The World Of The Fugs - Part I"

December 4, 1966: Action House, Island Park, NY with Velvet Underground, Nico, Mothers Of Invention, Timothy Leary, Andy Warhol, The Seventh Sons, The Godz, The Ronettes, The Shangri-Las, The Left Banke, Lenny Welch, Terry Knight and The Pack, The Vagrants, Brian Hyland "Freak-Out '66" The Fugs was advertised but maybe they don't played.


THE FUGS #16 (DEC 1966 - MAR 1967) 1) Ed Sanders 2) Tuli Kupferberg 3) Ken Weaver 4) Lee Crabtree 5) Allan 'Jake' Jacobs vocals, lead guitar, sitar, bells, vibes


December 16-17, 23-24 & 30-31, 1966 Players Theatre, New York City, NY

Early 1967: 'The Les Crane Show', TV Show, Los Angeles, CA

January 13-14, 20-21 & 27-28, 1967 Players Theatre, New York City, NY

February 3, 1967: NYU (New York university) Loeb Student Center, 566 LaGuardia Place, Manhattan, New York City, NY with The Blues Project, Guy Carawan, Children Of Paradise, Barbare Dane, Gene & Francesca, Janis Ian, Jim & Jean, Emmett Lake, Phil Ochs, Pennywhistlers, Don Seat, Jacqueline Sharpe, Jerry Silverman, and many others, Lights by Gene Youth "Folk and Rock Marathon presented as part of Angry Arts Week"

February 3-4, 10-11, 17-18 & 24-25, 1967 Players Theatre, New York City, NY

February 1967: Alexander Hall (?), Princeton University campus, Pricenton, NJ

March 3-4, 10-11, 15-18, 22-25 & 29-31, 1967 Players Theatre, New York City, NY

March 9, 1967: Irwin B. Clark Memorial Gymnasium, S.U.N.Y. (State University of New York), 345 Main Street, Buffalo, NY


THE FUGS #17 (MAR 1967 - SUMMER 1967) 1) Ed Sanders 2) Tuli Kupferberg 3) Ken Weaver 4) Jake Jacobs 5) Geoff Outlaw bass


April 1, 1967 Players Theatre, New York City, NY

April 6, 1967: Community Arts Auditorium, Wayne State University campus, Detroit, MI

April 7, 1967: Ann Arbory Armory, Ann Arbor, MI

April 9, 1967: 'The David Susskind Show', TV Show, New York City, NY "Liquor, Sex, Dope: The World Of The Fugs - Part II"

April 14, 1967: Panhandle Park, Golden Gate Park, Oak Street at Masonic Avenue, San Francisco, CA with Country Joe and The Fish "free afternoon show"

April 21, 1967 Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA (with Allen Ginsberg)

April 22, 1967 Berkeley Community Theater, Berkeley, CA

April 24, 1967: Panhandle Park, Golden Gate Park, Oak Street at Masonic Avenue, San Francisco, CA with Country Joe and The Fish "free afternoon show"

May 12, 1967: Stock Pavilion, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI with Allen Ginsberg

May 14, 1967: Strosacker Hall, Case Western Reserve's campus, Cleveland, OH with Allen Ginsberg "benefit"

May 18, 1967 Village Theatre, New York City, NY

May 31, 1967 Crystal Ballroom, Portland, OR (with Family Tree)

June 1-4, 7-11, 14-18, 21-25 & 28-30, 1967 Players Theatre, New York City, NY

June 28, 1967 Village Theatre, New York City, NY with Allen Ginsberg, Mothers Of Invention, Left Banke, Group image, Bruce Murdoch, Tim Buckley, Northern Lights, Lost Sea Dreamers, Timothy Leary, Joe Frazier, Burton Greene, Lights by Pablo and The Third World, Trina's Tribe, Bob Fass (MC), and many more "Great Bust Tribal Trust - Bread for Heads - A Benefit for the Community Defense Fund"

July 1-2, 5-9 & 12-16, 1967 Players Theatre, New York City, NY

THE FUGS #18 (SUMMER 1967) 1) Ed Sanders 2) Tuli Kupferberg 3) Ken Weaver 4) Jake Jacobs 5) Geoff Outlaw 6) Danny 'Kootch' Kortchmar guitar, electric violin, vocals, organ

July 17-24, 1967 Back Bay Theater, Boston, MA

August 2-6, 9-13, 16-20, 23-27 & 30-31, 1967 Players Theatre, New York City, NY

August 16, 1967 Village Theatre, New York City, NY with Tiny Tim, Judy Collins, Paul Krassner, Hugh Romney, Peter Walker "The Community Breast"

August 22, 1967 Tompkins Square Park, New York City, NY (free evening concert)

THE FUGS #19 (SUMMER 1967 - NOV 1967) 1) Ed Sanders 2) Tuli Kupferberg 3) Ken Weaver 4) Geoff Outlaw 5) Danny Kootch

September 1-3, 6-10 & 13-17, 1967 Players Theatre, New York City, NY

October 6-7, 1967 Northland Mummp, inside a converted quonset hut outside the Northland Shpping Center, just north of 8 Mile Road, between Northwestern Hwy. & Greenfield Road, Southfield, MI (with (6th) S.B.F. & (7th) Jagged Edge)

October 6-8, 1967 Trauma, Philadelphia, PA (replaced Moby Grape)

October 15, 1967 Village Theatre, New York City, NY (with Richie Havens, Charlie Mingus, Tim Rose, Moondog & Strings, Joe Frazier, Paul Knopf, Bill Frederick, Elaine White & (MC) Bob Fass)

October 21, 1967 The Pentagon parking lot, Washington, DC ("Exorcising the Pentagon")

THE FUGS #20 (NOV 1967 - DECEMBER 31, 1967) 1) Ed Sanders 2) Tuli Kupferberg 3) Ken Weaver 4) Danny Kootch 5) Charles 'Charlie' Larkey bass 6) Kenneth 'Ken' Pine vocals, organ, guitar

November 24-25, 1967 Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI (with (24th) Gang, (24th) Ashmollyan Quintet & (25th) MC-5)

November 26, 1967 Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI ('John Sincair Defense Fund', with MC5, Billy C. & The Sunshine)

December ?, 1967 Crystal Ballroom, Portland, OR

December 21-24 & 28-31, 1967 Players Theatre, New York City, NY

1968

THE FUGS #21 (JANUARY 1, 1968 - 1968) 1) Ed Sanders 2) Tuli Kupferberg 3) Ken Weaver 4) Charlie Larkey 5) Ken Pine 6) Bob Mason drums

January 20, 1968 Psychedelic Supermarket, Boston, MA

January 22-27, 1968 New Penelope, Montreal, QC (former member Jake Jacobs rejoins the band for these gigs)

January 28, 1968 Trauma, Philadelphia, PA (former member Jake Jacobs rejoins the band for this gig)

February 2-3, 1968 Family Dog, 1601 W Evans Street, Denver, CO (Cancelled appearance, with Leopold Fuchs)

February 3, 1968 Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco, CA (with Electric Flag, Mad River, The Sons Of Champlin (filled in for 13th Floor Elevators), Lights by Diogenes Lantern Works)

February 9-10, 1968 Eagles Auditorium, Seattle, WA

February 11, 1968 Earl Warren Showgrounds, Santa Barbara, CA (with Eric Burdon and The Animals & Eire Apparent)

February 19, 1968 Cinderella Ballroom, Appleton, WI

February 24, 1968 The Factory, Madison, WI

February 27, 1968 SUNY, Stony Brook, NY (outside the front gates, with Country Joe and The Fish, Pageant Players & Soft White Underbelly)

March 6, 1968 Anderson Theater, New York City, NY ("Spock's Flocks - War Resistors Benefit", with Country Joe and The Fish, Rhinoceros)

March 16, 1968 Alumnae Hall, Pembroke College, Providence, RI

March 29-30, 1968 Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI (with Sly & The Family Stone, (29th) MC-5 & (30th) The Psychedelic Stooges)

April 5, 1968 Cincinnati, OH ("Arts Festival")

April 6, 1968 Family Dog, 1601 W Evans Street, Denver, CO

April 12-14, 1968 Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco, CA (with Ace of Cups & Allmen Joy)

April 19-21, 1968 Cheetah, Venice Beach, CA (with Collectors & Genesis)

April 26-28, 1968 Kaleidoscope, Los Angeles, CA

May 3, 1968 Crystal Ballroom, Portland, OR (with Kaleidoscope)

May 4, 1968 Lemon Tree, Eugene, OR (with Kaleidoscope & Hammond Typewriter, who were advertised but cancelled)

May 7, 1968 Falkoner Center, Copenhagen, DEN ('Ekstra Bladet Poll Koncert', with Fleetwood Mac, Ten Years After, The Nice)

May 9, 1968 Konserthallen, Liseberg, Gothenburg, SWE (with Fleetwood Mac, Ten Years After & The Nice)

May 10, 1968 Folkets Hus, Kongreshallen, Stockholm, SWE (with Fleetwood Mac, Ten Years After & The Nice)

May 13, 1968 Lund, SWE (with Fleetwood Mac & Ten Years After)

May 31-June 1, 1968 Fillmore East, New York City, NY (with Moby Grape & Gary Burton Quartet)

July 25-27, 1968 Psychedelic Supermarket, Boston, MA

July 30-August 1, 1968 La Cave, Cleveland, OH

August 2-4, 1968 Electric Theater, Chicago, IL

August 16-17, 1968 The Bank, Torrance, CA (with Mt. Rushmore)

August 23-25, 1968 Cheetah, Venice Beach, CA (cancelled, with Things To Come & The Zoo)

September 29, 1968 Grughalle, Essen, GER ("Internationale Essener Songtage", with Peter Brotzmann, Cuby and The Blizzards, Family, Guru Guru Groove, Alexis Korner and his Blues Group, Kick Formation, David Peel, Tangerine Dream & Lights by Leisure Society)

October 4, 1968 Roundhouse, London, ENG (supported by Spooky Tooth & Radha Krishna Temple)

October 6, 1968 Massey Hall, Toronto, ON (with Transfusion & McKenna Mendelson Mainline)

unknown date, 1968: 'A Whole Scene Going', BBC TV Show, London, UK The Fugs lip-synched: "Crystal Liaison".


THE FUGS #22 (ca. NOV 1968 - FEB 22, 1969) 1) Ed Sanders 2) Tuli Kupferberg 3) Ken Weaver 4) Ken Pine 5) Bob Mason 6) Bill Wolf vocals, bass

November 29-30, 1968 Kaleidoscope, Philadelphia, PA (with Mandrake Memorial)

December 28, 1968 Aragon Ballroom, Chicago, IL (with Wilson Pickett & Baby Huey & The Babysitters)

December 30, 1968 Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI (with Popcorn Blizzard)

1969

January 8, 1969 Fillmore East, New York City, NY (New York Free Press benefit, with Norman Mailer, Charles Mingus, Jeremy Steig, David Amram, Nico, John Hammond & Insect Trust)

February 7, 1969 Stanley Theater, Pittsburgh, PA (with Velvet Underground & Grateful Dead)

February 20, 1969 Rice University, Houston, TX

February 21-22, 1969 Vulcan Gas Company, Austin, TX (with Shiva's Headband. The Fugs' last gigs)

1984

THE FUGS #23 (JUN 9, 1984 - 1984) 1) Ed Sanders 2) Tuli Kupferberg 3) Vinny Leary 4) Steve Taylor vocals, guitar 5) Coby Batty vocals, drums 6) Mark Kramer bass, keyboards

June 9, 1984 Bottom Line, New York City, NY (The Fugs' first reunion gig)

? ?, 1984 Berlin, GER

? ?, 1984 Copenhagen, DEN

? ?, 1984 Oslo, NOR

? ?, 1984 Zurich, SUI

? ?, 1984 Helsinki, FIN

THE FUGS #24 (1984 - 1985) 1) Ed Sanders 2) Tuli Kupferberg 3) Vinny Leary 4) Steve Taylor 5) Coby Batty


THE FUGS #25 (1985 - JUL 12, 2010) 1) Ed Sanders 2) Tuli Kupferberg 3) Steve Taylor 4) Coby Batty 5) Scott Petito guitar, bass, keyboards, synthetizer + 6) Amy Fradon backing vocals (she sang with them only on Aug 13-14, 1994) 7) Leslie Ritter backing vocals (she sang with them only on Aug 13-14, 1994)


unknown date, 1986: Bottom Line, New York City, NY

unknown date, 1986: Socialist Scholars Conference, New York City. NY

unknown date, 1987: Bottom Line, New Yor City, NY

unknown date, 1988: Byrdcliffe Art Colony, Woodstock, NY

early 1989 Philadelphia, PA (AWP Convention, with Allen Ginsberg)

May/June 1989 Palladium, New York City, NY ('Abbie Hoffman Memorial')

August ?, 1989 Byrdcliffe Art Colony, Woodstock Valley, NY

1994

August 13-14, 1994: Byrdcliffe Barn, Saugerties, Woodstock Valley, NY with Allen Ginsberg (13-14), Country Joe McDonald (13) "The Real Woodstock Festival 1994"

unknown date, 1994: unknown venue, unknown city, Italy

unknown date, 1994: unknown venue, unknown city, Sweden

unknown date, 1994: unknown venue, unknown city, Copenhagen, Denmark

April 7, 1997: Magazzini Generali, Milan, Italy "Suoni & Visioni Rock Festival"

Summer 1997 Italy

Autumn 1997 Wolf Trap, Washington, DC

May ?, 1998 Cathedral of St. John the Divine, New York City, NY ('Allen Ginsberg Memorial', with Patti Smith, Philip Glass, Natalie Merchant and many others)

August 14, 1999 Byrdcliffe Barn, Saugerties, Woodstock Valley, NY ("The Real Woodstock Festival 1999")

THE FUGS #26 (JUL 13, 2010 - PRESENT) 1) Ed Sanders 2) Steve Taylor 3) Coby Batty 4) Scott Petito

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