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1965

Summer 1965 Two Tables, Bell Gardens, CA

Fall 1965 Paradox, Anaheim, CA

Fall 1965 Troubadour, Los Angeles, CA

1966

February ?, 1966 It's Boss, Los Angeles, CA

February ?, 1966 Leadbelly's, Los Angeles, CA

February ?, 1966 The Trip, Los Angeles, CA

During most of the early shows Tim Buckley is accompanied by Larry Beckett (drums), Jim Fielder (bass) and Brian Hartzler (electric guitar).

Sometimes performing as The Bohemians.

March ?, 1966 The Trip, Los Angeles, CA

March ?, 1966 The Action, Los Angeles, CA

March ?, 1966 Troubadour, Los Angeles, CA

April/May 1966 Nite Owl Cafe, New York City, NY With Lee Underwood (electric guitar) and unknown bass player and drummer.

September ?, 1966 Galaxy, Los Angeles, CA

September ?, 1966 Bido Lido, Los Angeles, CA With Lee Underwood (electric guitar), Johnny Seiter (drums) and Jim Fielder (bass)

November ?, 1966 Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA (Supporting Joan Baez)

December 23-31, 1966 The Balloon Farm, New York City, NY (Supporting The Mothers Of Invention)

December ?, 1966 Nite Owl Cafe, New York City, NY Lee Underwood (electric guitar), Johnny Seiter (drums) and Jim Fielder (bass)

1967

January 13, 1967 Stony Brook University, Long Island, NY (Supported by Jackson Browne and Steve Noonan)

February ?, 1967 Gerde's Folk City, New York City, NY

February ?, 1967 Bitter End, New York City, NY

February ?, 1967 Bard College, New York City, NY

February 17, 1967 Swarthmore College Clothier Hall, Swarthmore, PA("2nd Annual Swarthmore College Rock Festival", with Jefferson Airplane & Woody's Truck Stop)

February ?, 1967 The Dom, New York City, NY (with Nico)

February 28, 1967 Cheetah, Los Angeles, CA

March 5, 1967 Cafe Au Go Go, New York City, NY (with Charles Lloyd Quintet. Jefferson Airplane were supposed to play this show, but looks unlikely)

March 6, 1967 Folklore Center, New York City, NY (Solo performance)

March 23-April 3, 1967 Garrick Theatre, New York City, NY (supporting Frank Zappa with Richie Havens)

April 6-10, 1967 Main Point, Bryn Mawr, PA

April ?, 1967 Cafe Au Go Go, New York City, NY (Solo performance. "No Man Can Find The War" is taped by CBS for "Inside Pop - The Rock Revolution", broadcast April 25th)

June 6-18, 1967 Troubadour, Los Angeles, CA (Supporting The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band)

June 11, 1967 Cushing Memorial Theater, Mt. Tamalpais State Park, Mill Valley CA (KFRC Fantasy Fair & Magic Mountain Music Festival)

June 22-25, 1967 Main Point, Bryn Mawr, PA (supported by John Bassette)

June 28, 1967 Village Theater, New York City, NY (Bread For Heads Festival with Frank Zappa, Fugs, Allen Ginsburg and Left Banke)

July 18-19, 1967 Earl Warren Showgrounds, Santa Barbara, CA (supporting Jimi Hendrix Experience, with Moby Grape)

July 21-22, 1967 Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI (with (21st) MC5 & Ourselves, (22nd) The Shaggs & The Up)

July ?, 1967 Troubadour, Los Angeles, CA

August 19, 1967 Earl Warren Showgrounds, Santa Barbara, CA (supporting Jimi Hendrix Experience, Moby Grape & Captain Speed)

August ?, 1967 Cafe au Go Go, New York City, NY

September ?, 1967 Troubadour, Los Angeles, CA

September ?, 1967 Whisky A-Go-Go, Los Angeles, CA

September 22, 1967 Carnegie Hall, New York City, NY (Hootenanny. With Lee Underwood & Carter CC Collins. with Pete Seeger, John Bassett, Len Chandler, Janis Ian and The Star Spangled String Band)

September 23, 1967 Stony Brook University, Long Island, NY (Supporting The Doors)

October 3-15, 1967 Troubadour, Los Angeles, CA (supported by (comedian) Bob Klein)

October 10, 1967 Cafe au Go Go, New York City, NY (With Lee Underwood on electric guitar & Carter CC Collins on congas)

October 19-22, 1967 Main Point, Bryn Mawr, PA

November 13-14, 1967 Garrick Theatre, New York City, NY With Lee Underwood (electric guitar), Jim Fielder (bass), Billy Mundi (drums), Ian Underwood (keyboards) and Bunk Gardner (tenor sax).

November ?, 1967 Café au Go Go, New York City, NY (Supporting Canned Heat)

November ?, 1967 Village Gate, New York City, NY

November 30-December 1-3, 1967 Troubadour, Los Angeles, CA

December 9, 1967 Civic Auditorium, Pasadena, CA (supporting The Mothers Of Invention)

December 14, 1967 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (supporting The Mothers Of Invention with Chambers Brothers)

December 15-16, 1967 Winterland, San Francisco, CA (supporting The Mothers Of Invention with Chambers Brothers)

December 20, 1967 Mineola Theater, Mineola, NY (2 shows 8.00 & 10.30, supporting The Mothers Of Invention)

December 22-24, 1967 Trauma, Philadelphia, PA (supported by Mandrake Memorial)

December 22, 1967 tapes a solo appearance, singing Song to the Siren, on The Monkees TV show, episode 58, The Frodis Caper (Mijacogeo), broadcast on March 25, 1968.

December 26-31, 1967 Cafe Au Go-Go, New York City, NY

1968

January 7, 1968 Troubadour, Los Angeles, CA (Supporting The Incredible String Band)

January 26-27, 1968 The Boston Tea Party, Boston, MA (Supported by The Nazz)

Spring: guitarist Lee Underwood is temporarily dropped from band due to problems with alcohol; vibraphonist David Friedman replaces him.

March 1-2, 1968 Circle Star Theatre, San Carlos, CA (Supporting The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band)

March 8, 1968 Fillmore East, New York City, NY (2 shows 8.00 & 11.15 supporting Big Brother & The Holding Company with Albert King)

March 12-17, 1968 Riverboat, Toronto, ON (With Lee Underwood - electric guitar, Carter CC Collins - congas & Danny Thompson - stand-up bass)

March 30, 1968 Royal Festival Hall, London, ENG (Supporting The Incredible String Band. With Lee Underwood (electric guitar), Carter CC Collins (congas) & Danny Thompson (stand-up bass))

March 30, 1968 Speakeasy, London, ENG with Lee Underwood (electric guitar), Carter CC Collins (congas) & Danny Thompson (stand-up bass)

April 1, 1968 Studio 1 at 201 Piccadilly, London, ENG (records five songs, "Morning Glory", "Coming Home to You (Happy Time)", "Sing a Song for You", "Hallucinations/Troubadour" & "Once I Was" for John Peel’s Top Gear show, BBC Radio 1 (broadcast on April 7)

April ?, 1968 performs Happy Time and Morning Glory on Late Night Line Up, a BBC-2 TV program.

April ?, 1968 Arts Laboratory, London, ENG with Lee Underwood (electric guitar), Carter CC Collins (congas) & Danny Thompson (stand-up bass)

April 5, 1968 Middle Earth, Covent Garden, London, ENG (supported by Roy Harper) with Lee Underwood (electric guitar), Carter CC Collins (congas) & Danny Thompson (stand-up bass)

April ?, 1968 Copenhagen, DEN

April ?, 1968 Fantasio, Amsterdam, NED (Taping of a Dutch TV special called TWEN without an audience) with Lee Underwood (electric guitar) & Carter CC Collins (congas)

April 19-21, 1968 Trauma, Philadelphia, PA

May ?, 1968 Mainpoint, Philadelphia, PA

May 12, 1968 Lee Hall, Oswego, NY (with The Incredible String Band)

May 17-18, 1968 Fillmore East, New York City, NY (Supporting The Byrds. A four-weekend engagement)

May 21-June 2, 1968, Troubadour, Los Angeles, CA (Supported by The Incredible String Band on 29th to 1st)

May ?, 1968 Central Park, New York City, NY (Supporting The Paul Butterfield Blues Band)

June 3, 1968 The Steve Allen Show

June 14-16, 1968 Carousel, San Francisco, CA (supported by Booker T & The MGs & It’s A Beautiful Day)

June 18-23, 1968 The Golden Bear, Huntington Beach, CA (Supported by Lisa Kindred)

July 3-13, 1968 Whisky A-Go-Go, Los Angeles, CA

July 19-21, 1968 Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco, CA (Supported by The Velvet Underground)

July 28, 1968 Newport Folk Festival, New York, NY With David Friedman (vibes) and Carter CC Collins (congas).

August 15-18, 1968 The Mainpoint, Philadelphia, PA

August 19, 1968 Central Park Wollman Rink, New York City, NY (supporting Paul Butterfield Blues Band)

September 28, 1968 Internationale Essener Songtage (Essen, Germany) Also with Blossom Toes, Degenhardt-Beat, Julie Felix, Edu Lobo, Mother Murphys, Mothers of Invention, Olympic, Soul Caravan, St. Gile’s System, Time is Now, Schnuckenack Reinhardt and Tangerine Dream.

October 1: returns to London; records two songs for Top Gear (Love From Room 109 at the Islander and The Train)

October 7, 1968 Queen Elizabeth Hall, London, ENG (Released as “Dream Letter: Live In London 1968”. Backed by Lee Underwood, David Friedman and Pentangle bassist, Danny Thompson); also appears on The Julie Felix Show on BBC TV [broadcast October 13].

October 10, 1968 Falconer Center, Copenhagen, DEN (poss 12th)

Setlist: “I Don’t Need It To Rain”, “Strange Feelin'”, “Country Boy”, “Gypsy Woman”, “Buzzin’ Fly”

With Lee Underwood (electric guitar), David Friedman (vibes) and Niels Henning Ørsted Pedersen (double bass)

October 18-19, 1968 Fillmore East, New York City, NY (Supporting The Jeff Beck Group and Albert King)

November 9, 1968 UMBC, Baltimore, MD (Supported by Earth opera)

November 16, 1968 Kaleidoscope, Manayunk, PA (Supported by Earth Opera)

November 22-23, 1968 Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI (supported by Terry Reid & (22nd) Wilson Mower Pursuit & (23rd) Caste)

November 27, 1968 Performing Arts Theatre, Cleveland, OH

November 29-30, 1968 Kinetic Playground, Chicago, IL (supporting Canned Heat)

December 14, 1968 Phoenix Forum, Phoenix, AZ (supported by Stone Canyon Blues Band)

December 25-31, 1968 Troubadour Club, West Hollywood, CA

1969

February 16, 1969 Electric Factory, Philadelphia, PA (2 shows 4.00 & 8.00, supported by Good News)

March 14, 1969 Philharmonic Hall, New York City, NY

March 15, 1969 Cornell University Bailey Hall, Ithaca, NY

April 18, 1969 Public Auditorium, Cleveland, OH (Cleveland Pop Festival, with Iron Butterfly & Blood, Sweat & Tears)

April 19, 1969 Hara Arena, Dayton, OH (Midwest Dayton Pop Festival, with Iron Butterfly & Staple Singers)

June ?, 1969 Toledo, OH

June 28, 1969 Mile High Stadium, Denver, CO (Denver Pop Festival 1969)

July 25-26, 1969 Gold Creek Park, Woodinville, WA (Seattle Pop Festival)

August 2, 1969 Atlantic City Race Track, Atlantic City, NJ (Atlantic City Pop Festival)

August ?, 1969 Max’s Kansas City, New York City, NY

August 19, 1969 Meadow Brook, Rochester Hills, MI

August 22, 1969 Central Park Wollman Rink, New York, NY (The Schaefer Music Festival 1969. 2 shows 8.00 & 10.30 supported by Times Square)

August 24, 1969 Storrowton Theatre, West Springfield, MA (Supported by Linda Ronstadt)

August 29, 1969 Hollywood Bowl, Hollywood, CA (supporting Frank Zappa)

September 3-4, 1969 Troubadour, Los Angeles, CA (Released as “Live At The Troubadour 1969”)

September ?, 1969 Olde Cellar, Vancouver, BC

September 24, 1969 Queen Elizabeth Theatre, Vancouver, BC

September 25, 1969 Jubilee Auditorium, Edmonton, AB

October 18, 1969 SUNY Women's Gymnasium, Binghamton, NY

October 25, 1969 Alexander Hall, Princeton, NJ

November 2, 1969 Carnegie Hall, New York City, NY

November 5-8, 1969 Cellar Door, Washington, DC (with Elsie Weinberg)

December 13, 1969 Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA

1970

? ?, 1970 Tulagi’s, Boulder, CO

With “John Balkin (stand-up bass, cello), Glenn Ferris (trombone),  Emmett Chapman (stick guitar) and Maury Baker (drums)

February ? 1970 UC Davis Freeborn Hall, Davis, CA

February 7, 1970 Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, MI

February 11, 1970 National Education Television Studio, Hershey, PA (US TV "The Show" performing "I Woke Up" & "Come Here Woman")

February 13, 1970 University of Rhode Island Edwards Auditorium, Kingston, RI

February 14, 1970 Drew University Baldwin Gym, Madison, NJ

February 15, 1970 St. Lawrence University E.J. Noble Auditorium, Canton, NY

February 21, 1970 University of Philadelphia Irvine Auditorium, Philadelphia, PA

February 22, 1970 Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI

February 27-March 4, 1970 Boarding House, San Francisco, CA

March 31-April 5, 1970 Troubadour, Los Angeles, CA

April ?, 1970 Pennsylvania University, Philadelphia, PA (Support by Opera) With Lee Underwood (electric guitar), John Balkin (bass), Steve Clover (drums) and Bunk Gardner (tenor sax).

May 8, 1970 RPI Fieldhouse, Troy, NY (supporting MC5, with Ten Wheel Drive)

June 22-30: plays Phantasmagoria: A Community Effort, a concert series to benefit The Black Congress, KPFK, and the L.A. Free Clinic held at Wrigley Field (435 E. 42nd Place, LA); also on the bill: Frank Zappa, Alice Cooper, Sweetwater.

June 23-28, 1970 Golden Bear, Huntington Beach, CA

August 28, 1970 KHJ-TV, Los Angeles, CA (US TV "Age Of Aquarius")

August 29, 1970 Moonfire Inn, Los Angeles, CA (Supported by Geronimo Black)

September ?, 1970 Golden Bear, Huntington Beach, CA (Tim played with members of Frank Zappa’s band)

September 15: does live studio performance with his Starsailor band for Boboquivari, a 30-minute Community TV of Los Angeles show that airs on KCET.

September 25-26, 1970 Pepperland, San Rafael, CA (Supporting Frank Zappa & the Mothers Of Invention)

With John Balkin (stand-up bass, cello), Glenn Ferris (trombone), Emmett Chapman (stick guitar) and Maury Baker (drums).

October ?, 1970 San Francisco, CA

October ?, 1970 Lion’s Share, San Anselmo, CA

October 20-21, 1972 Whole Coffeehouse, Minneapolis, MN

November 1, 1970 In The Alley, Escondido, San Diego, CA

Setlist: “Down By The Borderline”, “Jungle Fire”, “Just Back Into Town”, “Driftin’/I Don’t Need It To Rain”, “Cobra Waltz”, “Come Here Woman”, “Elephants Go Down”, “Monterey”, “Lorca”, “Learn What You Fear”, “The Healing Festival”.

With John Balkin (5-string bass), Maury Baker (drums, tympani, percussion), Bunk Gardner (sax, alto flute) and Buzz Gardner (trumpet).

November 13-14, 1970 Academy Of Music, New York City, NY (2 shows 8.00 & 11.00 supported by Van Morrison & Linda Ronstadt)

November 17-18, 1970 The Main Point, Bryn Mawr, PA (2 shows 8.00 & 10.00)

December ?, 1970 Bitter End West, Los Angeles, CA

1971

January 11, 1971 Olde Cellar, Vancouver, BC With John Balkin (5-string bass), Maury Baker (drums, tympani, percussion), Bunk Gardner (sax, alto flute) and Buzz Gardner (trumpet)

January 17, 1971 Western Washington State College, Bellingham, WA

August 4-8, 1971 In The Alley Folk Theatre, Escondido, CA (supported by Tom Waits)

Winter/Spring

– Field Room, Humboldt College, Arcata, CA

– The Alley, Escondido, CA

– Napa Valley, CA

– Oakland, CA

– Santa Cruz, CA

1972

March 17-18, 1972 Boarding House, San Francisco, CA

June 6-9, 1972 In Your Ear, Palo Alto, CA

Winter 1972 Cellar Door, Washington, DC With Lee Underwood (electric guitar), Mark Sporer (bass) and Maury Baker (drums).

August 10-12, 1972 Max's Kansas City, New York City, NY

August 22-27, 1972 Boarding House, San Francisco, CA (With Alex Dmochowski on Bass)

September 1972 Ratskellar at the University of Miami, Miami, FL

September 6, 1972 Frank Zappa performs Igor Stravinsky’s L’Histoire du Soldat [The Soldier’s Tale] at the Hollywood Bowl with the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra (conducted by Lukas Foss); Zappa narrates; Ernest Fleischmann recites the part of the devil and Tim Buckley recites the part of the soldier.

September 10, 1972 Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, CA (supporting Frank Zappa and The Doors)

September 15-16, 1972 The Flick Coffeehouse, Miami, FL (3 shows each night)

September 19-20, 1972 Main Point, Bryn Mawr, PA (supported by Elliott)

September 22-23, 1972 Felt Forum, New York City, NY (Supporting Frank Zappa)

October 6-8, 1972 My Father's Place, Roslyn, NY (supported by Martin Mull)

October 18-23, 1972 Bitter End, New York City, NY (supported by Whole Oats)

October 27, 1972 Forum, Montreal, QC (supporting Frank Zappa, with Curtis Mayfield)

October 28, 1972 War Memorial at the Oncenter Complex, Syracuse, NY (supporting Frank Zappa)

October 29, 1972 Men’s Gym, Harpur College, Binghamton, NY (supporting Frank Zappa)

October 31, 1972 Capitol Theatre, Passaic, NJ (2 shows 7.30 & 11.00 supporting Frank Zappa)

November 1, 1972 Palace Theatre, Waterbury, CT (supporting Frank Zappa)

November 3, 1972 Syria Mosque, Richmond, VA (2 shows 7.30 & 10.00, supporting Frank Zappa)

November 4, 1972 Park Center Arena, Charlotte, N.C (supporting Frank Zappa with Wild Turkey)

November 5, 1972 Township Auditorium, Columbia, SC (supporting Frank Zappa with Wild Turkey)

November 7, 1972 Long Island Arena, Commack, NY (supporting Frank Zappa)

November 10, 1972 Irvine Auditorium, Philadelphia, PA (2 shows 8.00 & 10.30, supporting Frank Zappa)

November 11, 1972 D.A.R. Constitution Hall, Washington, DC (2 shows supporting Frank Zappa)

November 12, 1972 Palace Theatre, Providence, RI (supporting Frank Zappa)

December 9, 1972 Paramount Northwest Theatre, Portland, OR (supporting Frank Zappa & Ruben And The Jets)

December 31, 1972 Grande Ballroom, Detroit, MI (with MC5, Roy Buchannan and Jett Black)

1973

Boston, MA

The Cave, Vancouver, BC

Victoria, BC

February 27-March 4, 1973 Boarding House, San Francisco, CA (supported by Jo Ellen Yester)

March 23, 1973 Aragon Ballroom, Chicago, IL (Also with Bob Seger System, Mike Quatro and Gitcher Kicks)

April 8, 1973 Max's Kansas City, New York City, NY (supported by Martin Mull)

April 11, 1973 Power Center, Ann Arbor, MI (with Randy Newman)

April 24-29, 1973 Troubadour, Los Angeles, CA (Supported by Colin Blunstone)

June 3, 1973 The Brewery, Lansing, MI

June 5, 1973 Smiling Dog Saloon, Cleveland, OH

With Lee Underwood (guitar), Mark Tiernan (keyboards), Bernie Mysior (bass) and Buddy Helm (drums).

June 12-16, 1973 Richards, Atlanta, GA (supported by Status Quo)

June ?, 1973 Thunderbird Lodge, Las Placitas, Albuquerque, NM

June ?, 1973 Houston, TX

August 7-8, 1973 Main Point, Bryn Mawr, PA (supported by Michael Johnson)

August 14-19, 1973 Oliver's, Boston, MA

August 21-25, 1973 Egress, Vancouver, BC (2 shows each night 9.30 & 11.30)

(Northeast College tour)

October 10, 1973 The Brewery, Lansing, MI

October 14, 1973 Primo Showbar, Ann Arbor, MI

October 19, 1973 Michigan Palace, Detroit, MI

October 27, 1973 Pittsfield Boys’ Club, Pittsfield, MA

October ?, 1973 Domino’s (Michigan)

November 13-17, 1973 Richard's, Atlanta, GA (supported by Warm)

November 19-21, 1973 Commodore Ballroom, Vancouver, BC

November 22-25, 1973 Main Point, Bryn Mawr, PA (supported by Kathy Dalton)

November 27: records a live date at Long Island’s Ultrasonic Studios for WLIR; Tim’s band consists of Joe Falsia on lead guitar, Bernie Mysior on bass, Buddy Helm on drums,andMark Tiernan on keyboards.

November 28-December 3, 1973 Max's Kansas City, New York City, NY

December 12-13, 1973 Primo Showbar, Ann Arbor, MI

December 15, 1973 Jubilee Auditorium, Edmonton, AB

December 29, 1973 Max's Kansas City, New York City, NY (Supported by Kathy Dalton)

1974

January 29, 1974 US TV "Midnight Special"

February 8, 1974 Paramount Theatre, Portland, OR (Supporting FAKE Fleetwood Mac & Silverhead with Michael Des Barres)

February 11-12, 1974 Egress, Vancouver, BC

February 17, 1974 Long Beach Auditorium, Long Beach, CA (supporting Rory Gallagher, FAKE Fleetwood Mac & Kiss)

February 18, 1974 City Coliseum, Austin, TX (Supporting Badfinger)

February 19, 1974 Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium, Calgary, AB

February 24, 1974 University Of California Harmon Gym, Berkeley, CA (supporting Dr. Hook & The Medicine Show, woth Alice Stuart & Snake)

March 2, 1974 Long Beach Auditorium, Long Beach, CA (supporting Foghat & Strawbs)

March 15, 1974 North Penn High School Gym, Lansdale, PA (Supporting Badfinger)

April 30-May 1, 1974 Main Point, Bryn Mawr, PA (supported by Les Variations)

May 3, 1974 Joint In The Woods, Parsippany, NJ

May 4, 1974 Michigan Palace, Detroit, MI (supported by Catfish Hodge & Scott Morgan Group)

May 5-6, 1974 Rock & Roll Farm, Wayne, MI (supported by Salem Witchcraft)

May 21: returns to England for the third time and appears on BBC-2’s The Old Grey Whistle Test performing Sally Go Round the Roses and Dolphins. Band consists of Charlie Whitney on guitar, Tim Hinkley on bass, and Ian Wallace on drums.

June 13-14, 1974 Egress, Vancouver, BC (2 shows 9.30 & 11.30)

July 11, 1974 Allen Park Civic Center, Detroit, MI (supporting Aerosmith)

July 15, 1974 MSU Auditorium, East Lansing, MI (supported by Return To Forever)

July 18, 1974 Hilversum, NED (Summerconcert ’74 with Van Morrison, Doobie Bros., Allman Brothers, Mahavishnu Orchestra also on the bill)

July 20, 1974 Knebworth Park, Knebworth, ENG (Supporting The Allman Brothers Band, The Doobie Brothers, Van Morrison, The Mahavishnu Orhcestra & The Sensational Alex Harvey Band)

With Art Johnson (guitar), Jim Fielder (bass), Buddy Helm (drums) and Mark Tiernan (keyboards)

July 25, 1974 Autodromo di Santamonica, Rimini, ITY (Cancelled. Santa Monica Rock Festival)

July 27, 1974 Wollman Rink, New York City, NY (The Schaefer Music Festival 1974, Supporting Blood, Sweat & Tears)

July 27, 1974 Central Park Wollman Rink, New York City, NY (Schaeffer Music Festival, Supporting Blood, Sweat & Tears)

Setlist: “Honeyman”, “Sally Go Round The Roses”, Medley (“The River”, “I Had A Talk With My Woman”, “Buzzin Fly”), “Get On Top / Devil Eyes”, “Sweet Surrender”, “Bring It On Up”, “Dolphins”, “Gypsy Woman”.

July 29, 1974 Rock & Roll Farm, Wayne, MI

November 9, 1974 Michigan Palace, Detroit, MI (supported by Rory Gallagher & Rush)

November 10, 1974 Bimbo's, Ypsilanti, MI (2 shows 8.00 & 10.00)

November 21, 1974 Commodore Ballroom, Vancouver, BC (2 shows 9.00 & 11.30)

November 27, 1974 Cobo Arena, Detroit, MI (supporting Aerosmith, With Savoy Brown)

1975

January ?, 1975 Starwood, Los Angeles, CA

With Joe Falsia (guitar), Buddy Helm (drums), Jeff Eyrich (bass) and John Herren (keyboards).

Setlist: “Buzzin’ Fly”, “Get On Top”, “Devil’s Eyes”, “Nighthawkin'”, “Dolphins”, “Sally Go Round The Roses”.

January 21, 1975 Le Bataclan, Paris, FRA

February 7-8, 1975 Longshoreman's Hall, San Francisco, CA (Supported by Taj Mahal, Nest & Flaming Groovies)

February 14-15, 1975 Great American Music Hall, San Francisco, CA

February 22, 1975 King's Castle, Incline Village, NV

March ?, 1975 Golden Bear, Huntington Beach, CA

March 25-30, 1975 Savoy Room, Detroit, MI

April/May 1975 Phoenix, AZ (Supported by Hollye Levin)

May 4, 1975 Michigan Concert Palace, Detroit, MI

May 7-11, 1975 Starwood, Los Angeles, CA (supported by Skyking)

June ?, 1975 Valentine Theater, Toledo, OH

June ?, 1975 The Ledgerock, Wayne, MI

June 28, 1975 Electric Ballroom, Dallas, TX

June 29, 9:42 pm: Tim Buckley dies (age 28) of an accidental heroin overdose at his apartment in Santa Monica; autopsied by coroner Dr. Joseph Choi, who concludes that Buckley died from acute heroin/morphine and ethanol [alcohol] intoxication due to inhalation and ingestion of overdose.

Early July: after a wake and funeral at Wilshire Funeral Home in Santa Monica, Buckley’s body is cremated and his ashes are scattered on the Pacific Ocean; charged with murder for supplying Buckley with the fatal overdose, Richard Keeling is convicted of manslaughter and serves four months in prison.

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