DAVID LINDLEY
GIGOGRAPHY

at
THE TAPER'S ALMANAC

compiled by Bill DeBlonk
updated 5-28-13

primary sources:
Los Angeles Times  (60s, 70s, 80s)
San Francisco Chronicle  (60s, 70s, 80s)
Pasadena Star-News   (60s)
California Tech (60s)  
BAM Magazine  advertisments and listings  (80s)
Rolling Stone Magazine Artists Calendars  (70s) ("RSAC")  (the least reliable source here)
Billboard Magazine Who/When/Where    ("BB")
Billboard Magazine Top Box Office chart  (70s dates with attendance figure)
posters           David Lindley Tour Dates      
David Lindley official website  www.davidlindley.com  (recent dates)     
Marmalade Skies website     (Terry Reid dates)     
Kaleidoscope website       www.pulsatingdream.com   (60's Los Angeles dates)
Bill Graham Presents list of shows
tape lists   *
Pete Long's gig lists (Jackson Browne, Crosby-Nash)  

Rock Posopography 102 blog by Bruno Ceriotti       
  
Paul Irwin's Archives   
El Rayo-Xaminer  (80's, 90's) 

deleted webpages can often be found at the Internet Wayback Machine at www.archive.org      
please
send additions, corrections, comments to chicofishhead at yahoo.com

copyright 2002-2013 Bill T. DeBlonk




 

  ?-??-??   Knott's Berry Farm Banjo and Fiddle Contest      (the very first banjo/fiddle contest) 
  8-20-61  Friendly Acres, Topanga Canyon      1st Topanga Banjo/Fiddle Contest
 

MAD MOUNTAIN RAMBLERS:

  9-10-61  Cat’s Pajamas, Arcadia    (Hootenanny: Al Merlin, Mad Mountain Ramblers, Mark Allen, Mike McClellan, Mad Marty, Pierce Powell, etc)  
 
7-22-62  Camp Wildwood, Topanga Canyon      Topanga Canyon Banjo and Fiddle Contest    (first place, professional division)    (Pasadena ISN 7-29-62)                          
 
7-26-62  Ice House, Pasadena    (also: Paul Sykes, Judy Pyne)       (ad)           
 
7-27-62  Ice House, Pasadena    (also: Paul Sykes, Judy Pyne)         
 
7-28-62  Ice House, Pasadena    (also: Paul Sykes, Judy Pyne)       
 
7-29-62  Ice House, Pasadena    (also: Paul Sykes, Judy Pyne)     ?              
 
7-31-62  Ice House, Pasadena    (also: Paul Sykes, Judy Pyne)
 
8-01-62  Ice House, Pasadena    (also: Paul Sykes, Judy Pyne)     through 8-26-62      Broadside listing        
 
8-02-62  Ice House, Pasadena    (also: Paul Sykes, Judy Pyne)         
 
8-03-62  Ice House, Pasadena    (also: Paul Sykes, Judy Pyne)         
 
8-04-62  Ice House, Pasadena    (also: Paul Sykes, Judy Pyne)                       
 
8-05-62  Ice House, Pasadena    (also: Paul Sykes, Judy Pyne)     ?                 
 
8-07-62  Ice House, Pasadena    (also: Paul Sykes, Judy Pyne)            
 
8-08-62  Ice House, Pasadena    (also: Paul Sykes, Judy Pyne)         
 
8-09-62  Ice House, Pasadena    (also: Paul Sykes, Judy Pyne)         
 
8-10-62  Ice House, Pasadena    (also: Paul Sykes, Judy Pyne)         
 
8-11-62  Ice House, Pasadena    (also: Paul Sykes, Judy Pyne)                        
 
8-02-62  Ice House, Pasadena    (also: Paul Sykes, Judy Pyne)         ?        
 
8-14-62  Ice House, Pasadena    (also: Paul Sykes, Judy Pyne)            
 
8-15-62  Ice House, Pasadena    (also: Paul Sykes, Judy Pyne)         
 
8-16-62  Ice House, Pasadena    (also: Paul Sykes, Judy Pyne)         
 
8-17-62  Ice House, Pasadena    (also: Paul Sykes, Judy Pyne)         
 
8-18-62  Ice House, Pasadena    (also: Paul Sykes, Judy Pyne)                            
 
8-19-62  Ice House, Pasadena    (also: Paul Sykes, Judy Pyne)     ?             
 
8-21-62  Ice House, Pasadena    (also: Paul Sykes, Judy Pyne)         
 
8-22-62  Ice House, Pasadena    (also: Paul Sykes, Judy Pyne)         
 
8-23-62  Ice House, Pasadena    (also: Paul Sykes, Judy Pyne)         
 
8-24-62  Ice House, Pasadena    (also: Paul Sykes, Judy Pyne)          
 
8-25-62  Ice House, Pasadena    (also: Paul Sykes, Judy Pyne)                         
 
8-26-62  Ice House, Pasadena    (also: Paul Sykes, Judy Pyne)     ?   
       
 
5-26-63  Ice House, Pasadena      Hootenany   KPFK Broadcast   (Billboard 5-25-63 p18)    
 
6-02-63  Ice House, Pasadena      Hootenany   KPFK Broadcast   (Billboard; unclear if MMR were at one or both of these shows)    
 
6-16-63  Ice House, Pasadena      (also: Leni Ashmore, Don Paulin)     LA Times "returning tonight"       
 
6-18-63  Ice House, Pasadena      (also: Leni Ashmore, Don Paulin)      
 
6-19-63  Ice House, Pasadena      (also: Leni Ashmore, Don Paulin)  
 
6-20-63  Ice House, Pasadena      (also: Leni Ashmore, Don Paulin)              (Billboard  6-22-63 p16)       
 
6-21-63  Ice House, Pasadena      (also: Leni Ashmore, Don Paulin)       
 
6-22-63  Ice House, Pasadena      (also: Leni Ashmore, Don Paulin)     
 
6-23-63  Ice House, Pasadena      (also: Leni Ashmore, Don Paulin)      
 
6-25-63  Ice House, Pasadena      (also: Leni Ashmore, Don Paulin)       
 
6-26-63  Ice House, Pasadena      (also: Leni Ashmore, Don Paulin)     
 
6-27-63  Ice House, Pasadena      (also: Leni Ashmore, Don Paulin)    
 
6-28-63  Ice House, Pasadena      (also: Leni Ashmore, Don Paulin)      
 
6-29-63  Ice House, Pasadena      (also: Leni Ashmore, Don Paulin)      
 
6-30-63  Ice House, Pasadena      (also: Leni Ashmore, Don Paulin)               
  7-01-63  Sycamore Grove Park, Pasadena     Cat's Pajamas Folk Festival   (MMR came in second place to Crown Junction Stompers in contest; also: Jim Kweskin, Country Boys, Golden State Boys)
       
  7-05-63  Disneyland, Anaheim        Mine Train
       
  7-06-63  Disneyland, Anaheim        Mine Train
    
  7-12-63  Disneyland, Anaheim        Mine Train
       
  7-13-63  Disneyland, Anaheim        Mine Train
    
  7-19-63  Disneyland, Anaheim        Mine Train
       
  7-20-63  Disneyland, Anaheim        Mine Train   
       
  7-21-63 
Camp Wildwood, Topanga Canyon      Third Annual Topanga Canyon Banjo and Fiddle Contest     
  7-26-63  Disneyland, Anaheim        Mine Train
       
  7-27-63  Disneyland, Anaheim        Mine Train  
    
  8-02-63  Disneyland, Anaheim        Mine Train
       
  8-03-63  Disneyland, Anaheim        Mine Train      
  
  8-08-63 
William C Rockwell home, Pasadena     GOP party entertainment from the Ice House gang     6:30pm      
  8-09-63  Disneyland, Anaheim        Mine Train
       
  8-10-63  Disneyland, Anaheim        Mine Train 
      
  8-16-63  Disneyland, Anaheim        Mine Train
       
  8-17-63  Disneyland, Anaheim        Mine Train    

  8-18-63  Farnsworth Park, Altadena    Pasadena Folk Festival (1 to 6pm; also: Fred Gerlach, Sherwood Singers, Fred Thompson, David & Michaele, Willow Creek Ramblers, Steeltown 11, LeSesne Hilton, Calimbo Steel Band, Randy Boone, Patti Ingalls, Lenny Reed, Port Town Three)    free  
  8-18-63  Disneyland, Anaheim    Hootenanny (also: Sam Hinton, Sherwood Singers, Stu Jamieson, Mad Mountain Ramblers, Gertrude Ward Gospel Singers, etc)
           
  8-23-63  Disneyland, Anaheim        Mine Train     (Fri and Sat, according to BC)
       
  8-24-63  Disneyland, Anaheim        Mine Train
    (Lindley often also sat in with the Firehouse Five Plus Two)             
  8-30-63  Disneyland, Anaheim        Mine Train
       
  8-31-63  Disneyland, Anaheim        Mine Train    

  9-02-63  Disneyland, Anaheim    Hootenanny (also: Sam Winston, Rod McKuen, Joe & Eddie, Frank Hamilton, Gale Garrett, Gertrude Ward Gospel Singers)   
  9-05-63  Ice House, Pasadena          Ice House Festival    *     photo                
  8-06-63  Disneyland, Anaheim        Mine Train
       
  8-07-63  Disneyland, Anaheim        Mine Train   
          
10-19-63  La Salle High School Gymnasium, Pasadena        Hootenanny    (also: Tim Morgan, Elaine Miller, Hamilton Singers, Cellar Dwelers, etc)        

11-19-63 
Shakespeare Club, Pasadena       American Heritage Day    luncheon and afternoon programs           
  1-17-64  Pasadena High School Boys Gymnasium, Pasadena      Hootenanny  (also: Crown City Balladeers, Uncle Willie's Bluegrass, Guardsmen and Byer, Peggy & Charlie, Barbara Meason, Carpetbaggers, Dean Walker)    
  
  2-01-64  San Gabriel High School Auditorium             Hootenanny    (also: Tim Morgan, Tom Dacon, Glee Briggs and the Balladeers)     

  3-12-64  Oak Avenue School Gym, Temple City         Hootenanny    (also: Lynn Bowess, Pauline Sosolovsky)        
  3-13-64  Arcadia High School Boys Gym, Arcadia      Hootenanny   (also: Tim Morgon, One and One, Crown City Balladeers, The Travelers, The Freemen)  
  3-21-64  Disneyland, Anaheim        Spring Fling    (also: Kay Bell, Spacemen, Rhythm Masters, Young Men from New Orleans, Yachtsmen, Elliott Brothers Orchestra)  
  4-15-64  Pasadena Civic Auditorium Convention Hall       Barry Goldwater Rally     (also; Dapper Dans, Yachtsmen)     
  5-17-64  Monrovia High School Auditorium
      Air Patrol Pops Concert     (also: Jack Jones,  The CAP Band, Blue Notes Dance Band)    
 
 

DRY CITY SCAT BAND:

   5-30-64 Sexson Auditorium, Pasadena City College     ("New Mad Mountain Ramblers" also: Thadius C Willingham, Aunt Brunhildas, others)     (Lindley met Solomon?)    
   6-11-64  Disneyland, Anaheim         all-night graduation party   (Mad Mountain Ramblers Ward Singers, Yaghtsman's Quartet, Denny Brooks)  

    ?-??-64  Disneyland, Anaheim       New Orleans Plaza    (also: Olatunji,   Clara Ward Gospel Singers)     show for Walt and his wife          
   6-30-64  Ash Grove, Los Angeles   (also: Mississippi John Hurt)                
   7-01-64  Ash Grove, Los Angeles   (also: Mississippi John Hurt)             
   7-02-64  Ash Grove, Los Angeles   (also: Mississippi John Hurt)                    
   7-03-64  Ash Grove, Los Angeles   (also: Mississippi John Hurt)                    
   7-04-64  Ash Grove, Los Angeles   (also: Mississippi John Hurt)                  
   7-05-64  Ash Grove, Los Angeles   (also: Mississippi John Hurt)              
   7-07-64  Ash Grove, Los Angeles   (also: Mississippi John Hurt)             
   7-08-64  Ash Grove, Los Angeles   (also: Mississippi John Hurt)                    
   7-09-64  Ash Grove, Los Angeles   (also: Mississippi John Hurt)                    
   7-10-64  Ash Grove, Los Angeles   (also: Mississippi John Hurt)                  
   7-11-64  Ash Grove, Los Angeles   (also: Mississippi John Hurt) 
   7-12-64  Ash Grove, Los Angeles   (also: Mississippi John Hurt)       *      Wolfgang's Vault                   
   7-14-64  Ash Grove, Los Angeles   (also: Mississippi John Hurt)         (unclear whether DCSB and/or MJH played this week)      
   7-15-64  Ash Grove, Los Angeles   (also: Mississippi John Hurt)                    
   7-16-64  Ash Grove, Los Angeles   (also: Mississippi John Hurt)                    
   7-17-64  Ash Grove, Los Angeles   (also: Mississippi John Hurt)                  
   7-18-64  Ash Grove, Los Angeles   (also: Mississippi John Hurt) 
   7-19-64  Ash Grove, Los Angeles   (also: Mississippi John Hurt)   
   7-19-64 
Camp Wildwood, Topanga Canyon      Fouth Annual Topanga Canyon Banjo and Fiddle Contest       
   7-22-64  Long Beach Polytechnic High School Auditorium    Pepsi's Hootenanny      (also: Steve Gilette, Mike Post, others)    
   7-23-64  Aragon Pavillion, Long Beach                                       Pepsi's Hootenanny      (also: Steve Gilette, Mike Post, others)        
   7-24-64  Morningside High School Auditorium, Inglewood    Pepsi's Hootenanny      (also: Steve Gilette, Mike Post, others)      
   7-25-64  Morningside High School Auditorium, Inglewood    Pepsi's Hootenanny      (also: Steve Gilette, Mike Post, others)        
   8-16-64  Disneyland, Anaheim      Hootenanny   (Modern Folk Quartet, Sam Hinton, Regency Three, Mad Mountain Ramblers, Original Ward Singers, The Yachtsmen)  
     
   8-17-64  Disneyland, Anaheim      Hootenanny   (Modern Folk Quartet, Sam Hinton, Regency Three, Mad Mountain Ramblers, Original Ward Singers, The Yachtsmen, Young Men from New Orlens, Elliott Brothers Orchestra, Royal Tahitians)
               
   9-22-64  Ash Grove, Los Angeles     (also: Jose Feliciano)   (start of residency - flyer)         
   9-23-64  Ash Grove, Los Angeles     (also: Jose Feliciano)  
   9-24-64  Ash Grove, Los Angeles     (also: Jose Feliciano)   
   9-25-64  Ash Grove, Los Angeles     (also: Jose Feliciano)    *      Wolfgang's Vault         
   9-26-64  Ash Grove, Los Angeles     (also: Jose Feliciano) 
   9-27-64  Ash Grove, Los Angeles     (also: Jose Feliciano)    
   9-29-64  Ash Grove, Los Angeles     (also: Jose Feliciano)                 
   9-30-64  Ash Grove, Los Angeles     (also: Jose Feliciano)     
10-01-64  Ash Grove, Los Angeles      (also: Jose Feliciano)     
10-02-64  San Fernando Valley State College gym     Hootenanny sponsored by Pepsi (Keymer Twins, Churchill Singers, Marsha Gertenbach, Steve Gillette)    

10-02-64  Ash Grove, Los Angeles     (also: Jose Feliciano)           
10-03-64  Ash Grove, Los Angeles     (also: Jose Feliciano)        *   Wolfgang's Vault       
10-04-64  Ash Grove, Los Angeles     (also: Jose Feliciano)   
10-06-64  Ash Grove, Los Angeles      (also: Guy Carawan, Betty Fikes)    (unclear whether DCSB plyed this week or possibly nest too)          
10-07-64  Ash Grove, Los Angeles      (also: Guy Carawan, Betty Fikes)           
10-08-64  Ash Grove, Los Angeles      (also: Guy Carawan, Betty Fikes)   
10-09-64  Ash Grove, Los Angeles      (also: Guy Carawan, Betty Fikes)          
10-10-64  Ash Grove, Los Angeles      (also: Guy Carawan, Betty Fikes)           
10-11-64  Ash Grove, Los Angeles      (also: Guy Carawan, Betty Fikes)    
11-19-64  St. John Bosco High School gym, Bellflower              Hootenanny sponsored by Pepsi     Yearbook  
  
12-05-64  Pasadena High School Auditorium      (also: King Dave Cohen, Katy Mulder, Dick Hargraves)   
(Pasadena Ind 12-02-64)

 
  7-20-65 
Camp Wildwood, Topanga Canyon      Fifth Annual Topanga Canyon Banjo and Fiddle Contest     

DAVID LINDLEY SOLO:

  1-21-66  Jabberwock, Berkeley     (misspelled "Lindly" on calendar)
  1-22-66  Jabberwock, Berkeley
 
   
  3-20-66   Add Gallery,    (continuing exhibition with Lindley paintings)   
  7-24-66  Camp Wildwood, Topanga Canyon      Sixth Annual Topanga Canyon Banjo and Fiddle Contest   

KALEIDOSCOPE:     

(David Lindley, Solomon Feldthouse, Chester Crill, Chris Darrow, John Vidican):  

   ?-??-66  Vito's, Los Angeles      Oracle Newspaper Party       photo    
11-24-66  Billboard reports that Epic signed the Kaleidoscope     

  1-18-67  Magic Mushroom, San Fernando      (also: Moroccan Memory)  
  1-19-67  Magic Mushroom, San Fernando      (also: Moroccan Memory)    

  1-20-67  Magic Mushroom, San Fernando      (also: Moroccan Memory) 

  1-21-67  Magic Mushroom, San Fernando      (also: Moroccan Memory) 
 
  2-03-67  Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco  (opened for Country Joe and the Fish, The Sparrow)  (first trip north)   poster
  2-04-67  Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco  (opened for Country Joe and the Fish, The Sparrow)
  2-21-67  Troubadour, Los Angeles   (also: Hoyt Axton)
  2-22-67  Troubadour, Los Angeles   (also: Hoyt Axton)
  2-23-67  Troubadour, Los Angeles   (also: Hoyt Axton)
  2-24-67  Troubadour, Los Angeles   (also: Hoyt Axton)
  2-25-67  Troubadour, Los Angeles   (also: Hoyt Axton)
  2-26-67  Troubadour, Los Angeles   (also: Hoyt Axton)
  2-27-67  Troubadour, Los Angeles   (also: Hoyt Axton)
  2-28-67  Troubadour, Los Angeles   (also: Hoyt Axton)
  3-01-67  Troubadour, Los Angeles   (also: Hoyt Axton)
  3-02-67  Troubadour, Los Angeles   (also: Hoyt Axton)
  3-03-67  Troubadour, Los Angeles   (also: Hoyt Axton)
  3-04-67  Troubadour, Los Angeles   (also: Hoyt Axton)
  3-05-67  Troubadour, Los Angeles   (also: Hoyt Axton)
  4-30-67  Hullabaloo, Los Angeles    Freedom of Expression Concert to Defend "The Love Book"    (also: Barry McGuire, The Factory, Hearts and Flowers, Canned Heat, Taj Mahal, etc)   
  5-02-67  Ash Grove, Los Angeles  (also: Doc Watson) 
    
  5-07-67  Ash Grove, Los Angeles  (also: Doc Watson) 
     (LA Times listing) 
  5-22-67  Elm Tree Lawn, Scripps College, Claremont     Claremont Love-in  (also: Scraggs Family, Byron Williams,  more)     
       
  6-02-67  Valley Music Theatre     (Oracle benefit; also: Byrds, Clear light, Fraternity of Man)     poster    

  6-02-67  Jazz Workshop, San Francisco
  6-03-67  Jazz Workshop, San Francisco
  6-04-67  Jazz Workshop, San Francisco
  6-10-67  Mt. Tamalpais, California    Fantasy Faire and Magic Mountain Music Festival          (also: Roger Collins, Fifth Dimension, Chocolate Watch Band, Blackburn and Snow, The Doors,  Dionne Warwick, Canned Heat, Jim Kweskin Jug Band, Merry-Go-Round)    handbill   poster    
  6-11-67  Cheetah, Venice Beach, Los Angeles   (also: Clear Light)
  6-18-67?  Monterey     free 9am set outside Monterey Pop Festival Grounds

  6-30-67  Berkeley    Berkeley Folk Festival  ?  (noon opening program with "all artists")  order form    program   program  
  6-30-67  Pauley Ballroom, UC Berkeley    Berkeley Folk Festival   (8pm program; also: Janis Ian, Rev Gary Davis)
    program  
  7-01-67  Berkeley   Berkeley Folk Festival     ("Street Dance"; 10:30 pm program; also: James Cotten, Rev Gary Davis)     program  
  7-02-67  Pauley Ballroom, UC Berkeley    Berkeley Folk Festival   (2pm program; also: James Cotten)     program  
  7-03-67  UC Berkeley     Berkeley Folk Festival   (12noon panel discussion with Lindley, Country Joe McDonald and others, moderated by Ralph Gleason; 2pm bonus set; also: Red Crayola, Crome Syrcus, James Cotten)      program      review     photos         
  7-03-67  Pauley Ballroom, UC Berkeley    Berkeley Folk Festival   (10:30pm program; also: Loading Zone)
    program  
  7-04-67  Berkeley  Berkeley Folk Festival  ("Jubilee"; 2pm program with "all artists")    program  

  7-05-67  Carousel Ballroom, San Francisco  (opened for Sons of Champlin, Canned Heat)
  7-06-67  Carousel Ballroom, San Francisco  (opened for Sons of Champlin, Count Five)
     
  7-11-67  Ash Grove, Los Angeles  (also: Janis Ian) 
     (LA Times listing)         
  7-12-67  Ash Grove, Los Angeles  (also: Janis Ian) 
     (LA Times listing)        
  7-13-67  Ash Grove, Los Angeles  (also: Janis Ian) 
     (LA Times listing)        
  7-14-67  Ash Grove, Los Angeles  (also: Janis Ian) 
     (LA Times listing)        
  7-15-67  Ash Grove, Los Angeles  (also: Janis Ian) 
     (LA Times listing)
  7-16-67  Devonshire Meadows Raceway, Cal State, Northridge     Fantasy Fayre and Magic Music Festival
(also: Jefferson Airplane, The Doors, Country Joe and the Fish, Butterfield Blues Band, Mothers, Canned Heat, Iron Butterfly, Grass Roots, New Delhi River Band, Sunshine Company, Powers of Evil, Solid State, Morning Glory, Second Coming, Rubber Maze, New Breed, Trans-Atlantic Flash)     ad    ad     
        
  7-16-67  Ash Grove, Los Angeles  (also: Janis Ian) 
     (LA Times listing)     ???
  7-18-67  Ash Grove, Los Angeles      (open for Rev. Gary Davis)           schedule   
  7-19-67  Ash Grove, Los Angeles 
    (open for Rev. Gary Davis)
  7-20-67  Ash Grove, Los Angeles 
    (open for Rev. Gary Davis)
  7-21-67  Ash Grove, Los Angeles 
    (open for Rev. Gary Davis)
  7-22-67  Ash Grove, Los Angeles 
    (open for Rev. Gary Davis)
  7-23-67  Ash Grove, Los Angeles 
    (open for Rev. Gary Davis)
  7-28-67  Continental Ballroom (1600 Martin Avenue), Santa Clara  (also: Steve Miller Band, Anonymous Artists of America)
  7-29-67  Continental Ballroom (1600 Martin Avenue), Santa Clara  (also: Steve Miller Band, Anonymous Artists of America)
  8-14-67  Whisky a Go-Go, Los Angeles    (also: Sunshine Company)

  8-15-67  Whisky a Go-Go, Los Angeles    (also: Sunshine Company)

  8-16-67  Whisky a Go-Go, Los Angeles    (also: Sunshine Company)

  8-17-67  Whisky a Go-Go, Los Angeles    (also: Sunshine Company)

  8-31-67  Magic Mushroom, Los Angeles  (also: Clear Light)     poster 
  9-01-67  Magic Mushroom, Los Angeles  (also: Clear Light)
  9-02-67  Magic Mushroom, Los Angeles  (also: Clear Light)
  9-03-67  Magic Mushroom, Los Angeles  (also: Clear Light)
  9-09-67  Longshoremen's Hall, San Francisco   Benefit for Haight-Ashbury Free Medical Clinic
(also: Steve Miller Band, Sopwith Camel, South Side Sound System, Hair, Mt. Rushmore)
  9-14-67  Magic Mushroom, Los Angeles  (also: W.C. Fields Memorial Band)
  9-15-67  Magic Mushroom, Los Angeles  (also: W.C. Fields Memorial Band)
  9-16-67  Magic Mushroom, Los Angeles  (also: W.C. Fields Memorial Band)
  9-17-67  Magic Mushroom, Los Angeles  (also: W.C. Fields Memorial Band)
10-05-67  Magic Mushroom, Los Angeles  (also: The Poor)
10-06-67  Magic Mushroom, Los Angeles  (also: The Poor)    
10-07-67  Magic Mushroom, Los Angeles  (also: The Poor)
   
10-07-67  Hullabaloo, Los Angeles      Edgar Allan Poe Electric Memorial Concert   (also: Steve Miller Band, Taj Mahal, WC Fields Memorial Electric Band, Bluesberry Jam, Outlaw String Band)

10-13-67  Straight Theatre, San Francisco  (Lightnin' Hopkins opened)    poster    flyer   
10-14-67  Straight Theatre, San Francisco  (Lightnin' Hopkins opened)
10-15-67  Straight Theatre, San Francisco  (Lightnin' Hopkins opened)  (listed on poster but not in paper)

(Chris Darrow left the band after the second album, but came on East  Coast tour because his replacement couldn't make it)

New York City/ New England shows:    
10-23-67 
The Scene, New York City    (also: Nico, Tiny Tim)         (BC)
10-24-67 
The Scene, New York City    (also: Nico, Tiny Tim)         (BC)
10-25-67 
The Scene, New York City    (also: Nico, Tiny Tim)         (BC)
10-26-67 
The Scene, New York City    (also: Nico, Tiny Tim)    (Village Voice 10-26-67 pg37) 
10-27-67  The Scene, New York City    (also: Nico, Tiny Tim)       
10-28-67 
The Scene, New York City    (also: Nico, Tiny Tim)     
(Cafe Au Go Go shows cancelled after club owner saw the band at the Scene)

11-03-67  SUNY Gym, New York  (open for Jefferson Airplane)  
11-24-67  Hunter College, New York   (Doors/ NGDB show)   

11-??-67  Fun City, 42nd Street, New York City 
12-01-67  The Ark, Boston     (The Chain Reaction opened)  

12-02-67  The Ark, Boston     (The Chain Reaction opened) 

12-??-67  Catacombs, Boston    (multi-night; Chris Darrow's last gig)      
12-12-67  Roseland Ballroom, New York City    (NY Times listing)
     
12-12-67  Cheetah, New York City    (BC)  
  
12-18-67  Club 47, Cambridge, Mass  (Stuart Brotman now on bass)    schedule     
12-19-67  Club 47, Cambridge, Mass
12-20-67  Club 47, Cambridge, Mass
12-21-67  Club 47, Cambridge, Mass    



(David Lindley, Solomon Feldthouse, Chester Crill, Stuart Brotman, Paul Lagos):  
  1-12-68  Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco  (opened for Quicksilver Messenger Service)        poster     
  1-13-68  Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco  (opened for Quicksilver Messenger Service)
      review  
  1-14-68  Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco  (opened for Quicksilver Messenger Service)
  2-21-68  Ash Grove, Los Angeles       (Evergreen Blue Shoes opened)        (LA Times listing)  
  2-22-68  Ash Grove, Los Angeles
      (Evergreen Blue Shoes opened)  
  2-23-68  Ash Grove, Los Angeles       (Evergreen Blue Shoes opened)  
  2-24-68  Ash Grove, Los Angeles       (Evergreen Blue Shoes opened)  
  2-25-68  Ash Grove, Los Angeles       (Evergreen Blue Shoes opened)    
  3-08-68  Cheetah, Los Angeles  (also: Quicksilver Messenger Service, Steppenwolf)
  3-09-68  Cheetah, Los Angeles  (also: Quicksilver Messenger Service, Steppenwolf)
  3-19-68  Straight Theatre, San Francisco  (James Cotten, It's a Beautiful Day opened)      poster  
  3-20-68  Straight Theatre, San Francisco  (James Cotten, It's a Beautiful Day opened)
  3-20-68  Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco  (KMPX-FM strike benefit; also: Blue Cheer, Charley Musselwhite,  Jeremy Steig and the Satyrs, Clover, Frumious Bandersnatch, Santana Blues Band)
  3-21-68  Straight Theatre, San Francisco  (James Cotten, It's a Beautiful Day opened)
  3-22-68  Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco  (opened for Siegal Schwall)     poster       
  3-23-68  Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco  (opened for Siegal Schwall)
  3-24-68  Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco  (opened for Siegal Schwall)    
   
  3-26-68  Golden Bear, Huntington Beach   (also: Jim & Jean)  
   
  3-27-68  Golden Bear, Huntington Beach   (also: Jim & Jean)  
   
  3-28-68  Golden Bear, Huntington Beach   (also: Jim & Jean)  

  3-29-68  Golden Bear, Huntington Beach   (also: Jim & Jean)  
  3-30-68  Golden Bear, Huntington Beach   (also: Jim & Jean)  
  3-31-68  Golden Bear, Huntington Beach   (also: Jim & Jean)  
  4-11-68  Kaleidoscope, Los Angeles   KPPC Strike Fund Benefit  (also: The Doors, Traffic, Canned Heat, Holy Modal Rounders)        handbill    
  4-14-68  Malibu Canyon     Chauli Festival     (also: Peanut Butter Conspiracy, Lollipop Shoppe, Watts 103rd Street Band)
  4-19-68  Kaleidoscope, Los Angeles   (also: Quicksilver Messenger Service, Flaming Groovies)  
  4-20-68  Kaleidoscope, Los Angeles   (also: Quicksilver Messenger Service, Flaming Groovies)  

  4-21-68  Kaleidoscope, Los Angeles   (also: Quicksilver Messenger Service, Flaming Groovies)   (BC)

  4-27-68  Long Beach City College Gym      (also: Steppenwolf, H.P. Lovecraft)
  5-03-68  Crystal Ballroom, Portland   (also: The Fugs)     poster   poster  handbill      
  5-04-68  The Lemon Tree, Eugene   (also: The Fugs, Hammond Typewriter)      poster     
  5-07-68  Straight Theatre, San Francisco           flyer     
  5-08-68  Straight Theatre, San Francisco
  5-09-68  Straight Theatre, San Francisco
  5-10-68  Carousel Ballroom, San Francisco   (also: Steve Miller Band, Youngbloods)   poster     ad     Downbeat review      
  5-11-68  Carousel Ballroom, San Francisco   (also: Steve Miller Band, Youngbloods)
   poster     ad    
  5-12-68  Civic Center Plaza, San Francisco (benefit for Haight-Ashbury Free Medical Clinic; also: Initial Shock, Country Weather, AB Skhy Blues Band)
  5-12-68  Carousel Ballroom, San Francisco   (also: Steve Miller Band, Youngbloods)
   poster     ad    
  5-15-68  Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco  Benefit for Peace and Freedom Party Presidential Candidate Dick Gregory   (also: Sons of Champlin, Hyler Jones Quartet, Cleveland Wrecking Company, Monty Waters Big Band)     poster   
  5-17-68  Crystal Ballroom, Portland   (also: The Family Tree)       poster  
  5-18-68  Santa Clara County Fairgrounds, San Jose        Northern California Folk-Rock Festival     (also: The Doors, Big Brother and the Holding Company, Grateful Dead, Animals, Youngbloods, Electric Flag, Jefferson Airplane, Country Joe and the Fish,  Taj Mahal)       poster     handbill   
  5-18-68  Crystal Ballroom, Portland   (also: The Family Tree)
  5-24-68  Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco  (opened for The Youngbloods)    poster     
  5-25-68  Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco  (opened for The Youngbloods)
  5-26-68  Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco  (opened for The Youngbloods)

  6-05-68  Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco     Traditional Indian Land and Life Committee Benefit       poster   

  6-07-68  Kaleidoscope, Los Angeles   (also: Don Ellis, H.P. Lovecraft)
  6-08-68  Kaleidoscope, Los Angeles
  6-14-68  Crystal Ballroom, Portland   (also: The Youngbloods)        poster    
  6-15-68  Crystal Ballroom, Portland   (also: The Youngbloods)

  6-18-68  New Orleans House, Berkeley     (A.B. .Skye Blues Band opened)          ad   

  6-19-68  New Orleans House, Berkeley     (A.B. .Skye Blues Band opened)

  6-20-68  New Orleans House, Berkeley     (A.B. .Skye Blues Band opened) 

  6-21-68  Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco  (opened for Mother Earth)    poster       
  6-22-68  Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco  (opened for Mother Earth)
  6-23-68  Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco  (opened for Mother Earth)

  6-25-68  Kaleidoscope, Los Angeles  (Summer  Tuesday night residency)

  6-28-68  The Hippodrome, San Diego      (also: Baptized by Fire, Maya)
  6-29-68  The Hippodrome, San Diego      (also: Baptized by Fire, Maya)

  7-02-68  Kaleidoscope, Los Angeles  (Summer  Tuesday night residency)
  7-05-68  Topanga Canyon Banjo and Fiddle Contest   
  7-09-68  Kaleidoscope, Los Angeles  (Summer  Tuesday night residency)
  7-10-68  Masonic Temple, Portland, Oregon   (also: The Crazy World of Arthur Brown)          
  7-14-68  Cheetah, Los Angeles         (Free Press Bastille Day Bash; also: Mothers of Invention, who played outside on the pier; inside show closed down at some point)
 
  7-16-68  Kaleidoscope, Los Angeles  (Summer  Tuesday night residency)    ?

  7-19-68  Cheetah, Los Angeles         (open for Ike and Tina Turner Revue, Charlie Musselwhite
)      ad     poster          
  7-20-68  Cheetah, Los Angeles         (open for Ike and Tina Turner Revue, Charlie Musselwhite)
     ad     poster            
  7-23-68  Kaleidoscope, Los Angeles  (Summer  Tuesday night residency)     ?

  7-25-68  Newport, Rhode Island     Newport Folk Festival     "Jim Kweskin's Party"  
  7-28-68  Newport, Rhode Island     Newport Folk Festival   (Sunday 2pm "New Faces"; also: Tim Buckley, John Hartord, Oscar Brand, Taj Mahal with Ry Cooder)   photo         

  8-01-68  Boston Tea Party    (opened for The Nazz)      poster     
  8-02-68  Boston Tea Party    (opened for The Nazz)   
  8-03-68  Boston Tea Party    (opened for The Nazz)   
  8-04-68  Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles *  (also: Butterfield Blues Band, Magic Sam, Ike and Tina Turner, Steve Miller Blues Band)
  8-18-68  Cheetah, Los Angeles       Brucemas    (Kaleidoscope and Dino Valenti cancelled; Alice Cooper, Chicago Transit Authority, etc played)
)
  8-19-68  Whisky a Go Go, Hollywood        (also: Muddy Waters, Chicago Transit Authority)

  8-20-68  Whisky a Go Go, Hollywood        (also: Muddy Waters, Chicago Transit Authority)  ?   LA Times 8-19-68 pgF26
  
  8-20-68  Fillmore West, San Francisco  (also: Grateful Dead, Albert Collins)   BGP    ?    poster     
  8-21-68  Fillmore West, San Francisco  (also: Grateful Dead, Albert Collins)   BGP
  8-22-68  Fillmore West, San Francisco  (also: Grateful Dead, Albert Collins)   BGP
  8-23-68  Sound Factory, Sacramento  (opened for H.P. Lovecraft)    poster   
  8-24-68  Sound Factory, Sacramento  (opened for H.P. Lovecraft)
  8-30-68  Palace of Fine Arts, San Francisco  (Palace of Fine Arts Festival; also: Santana)
  9-02-68  Betty Nelson's Organic Raspberry Farm, Tenino, Washington    Sky River Rock Festival and Lighter than Air Fair
(also: Pink Floyd, Muddy Waters, Peanut Butter, Conspiracy, Santana, Country Joe & the Fish, John Fahey, HP Lovecraft, Steppenwolf, Youngbloods)     poster     
  9-10-68  Ash Grove, Los Angeles  (also: Sea Train)       ad     
  9-11-68  Ash Grove, Los Angeles  (also: Sea Train)
  9-12-68  Ash Grove, Los Angeles  (also: Sea Train)
  9-13-68  Ash Grove, Los Angeles  (also: Sea Train)
  9-14-68  Ash Grove, Los Angeles  (also: Sea Train)
  9-15-68  Ash Grove, Los Angeles  (also: Sea Train)


11-04-68  Kaleidoscope, Los Angeles    (Super Ball; KPPC Strike Fund Benefit; also: Doors, Traffic, Canned Heat, Holy Modal Rounders)      ad   
11-08-68  Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco  (opened for Mother Earth)    poster    
 
11-09-68  Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco  (opened for Mother Earth)
11-10-68  Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco  (opened for Mother Earth)
11-20-68  Whisky a Go-Go, Los Angeles   (also: Black Pearl)
11-21-68  Whisky a Go-Go, Los Angeles   (also: Black Pearl)
11-22-68  Whisky a Go-Go, Los Angeles   (also: Black Pearl)
11-23-68  Whisky a Go-Go, Los Angeles   (also: Black Pearl)
11-24-68  Whisky a Go-Go, Los Angeles   (also: Black Pearl)
 
12-06-68   Sierra Madre    (pre-Christmas art gathering with Lindley paintings)

12-06-68  Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco  (also: Magic Sam, Johnny Winter, Garden of Delights; probably cancelled)      handbill     
12-07-68  Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco  (also: Magic Sam, Johnny Winter, Garden of Delights; probably cancelled)
12-08-68  Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco  (also: Magic Sam, Johnny Winter, Garden of Delights; probably cancelled)

 
  1-10-69  Ash Grove, Los Angeles  (Lindley solo open for Earl Taylor and the Stoney Mountain Boys)   

  1-11-69  Ash Grove, Los Angeles  (Lindley solo open for Earl Taylor and the Stoney Mountain Boys)
  
  1-12-69  Ash Grove, Los Angeles  (Lindley solo open for Earl Taylor and the Stoney Mountain Boys)
  1-17-69  Ash Grove, Los Angeles  (also: Luther Allison's Blue Nebulae)
  1-18-69  Ash Grove, Los Angeles  (also: Luther Allison's Blue Nebulae)   
  1-19-69  Ash Grove, Los Angeles  (also: Luther Allison's Blue Nebulae)   

  3-08-69  Voyager Motel, Daytona Beach, Florida    (3rd Annual State Conference of the Children of the American Revolution)  (another band called Kaleidoscope?)  

  3-13-69  Ash Grove, Los Angeles    Indian Land Benefit   (also: Taj Mahal, Firesign Theater, Ramblin' Jack Elliott)
  3-28-69  Hollywood Palladium    (Pop Expo '69)   

  3-29-69  Hollywood Palladium    (Pop Expo '69) 
  
  3-30-69  Hollywood Palladium    (Pop Expo '69)   

  3-31-69  Hollywood Palladium    (Pop Expo '69)

  4-01-69  Hollywood Palladium    (Pop Expo '69)  

  4-02-69  Hollywood Palladium    (Pop Expo '69)
  
  4-03-69  Hollywood Palladium    (Pop Expo '69)  

  4-04-69  Hollywood Palladium    (Pop Expo '69)
   
  4-05-69  Hollywood Palladium    (Pop Expo '69)   

  4-06-69  Hollywood Palladium    (Pop Expo '69)    (also: Mason Willams, The Fool, Black Pearl, Dr John, October Country, Buddy Miles, Sir Douglas Quintet, Dillard & Clark, MC5, etc)

  4-11-69  Santa Monica Civic Auditorium       (also: Spirit, Chicago Tranit Authority)    radio ad
  4-11-69  Rose Palace, Pasadena    (also: Procol Harum, Santana Blues Band)        ad    
  4-12-69  Rose Palace, Pasadena    (also: Procol Harum, Santana Blues Band)     ?

  4-14-69  Western Washington State University, Bellingham, Washington    (also: Deep Purple)    poster          

  5-09-69  Rose Palace, Pasadena    (also: Southwind, Farewell Cream film)      ad     
  5-10-69  Rose Palace, Pasadena    (opened for the Grateful Dead)   

  5-27-69 
Pilgrimage Theatre, Los Angeles    (Ash Grove Benefit: also: Byrds, PG&E, John Hammond, Firesign Theater, Jim Kweskin)  
  6-04-69  
Memphis Blues Festival    ?
  6-06-69  Pilgrimige Theatre, Los Angeles   Ash Grove Benefit   (also: Byrds, PG&E, Firesign Theater, Jim Kweskin)
  6-07-69  Pilgrimige Theatre, Los Angeles  
Ash Grove Benefit   (also: Byrds,  John Hammond, Firesign Theater, Jim Kweskin)

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  6-20-69  The Ark, Boston   
  6-21-69 
The Ark, Boston   
  6-25-69?  The Ark, Boston   (Kaleidoscope members guest with Canned Heat)  * 

  6-28-69  Family Dog at the Great Highway, San Francisco  (Barry Melton and Fish opened)  
  6-29-69  Family Dog at the Great Highway, San Francisco  (Barry Melton and Fish opened)  
  6-30-69  Family Dog at the Great Highway, San Francisco  (Barry Melton and Fish opened)  

  7-05-69  Palladium, Hollywood    Magic Circus   (also: Impressions, Taj Mahal, Youngbloods)
  7-10-69  Masonic Temple, Portland   (also: Crazy World of Arthur Brown)
  7-12-69  Anaheim Convention Center     (also: Canned Heat, Steve Miller Band)
  7-??-69  Newport, Rhode Island     Newport Folk Festival (July 16 > 20) 
  8-01-69  Century Plaza Hotel, Los Angeles    Columbia National Sales Convention    (also: Bobby Vinton, Vivian Reed, Red Beans and Rice)     (Billboard 8-09-69 pg8)
 
8-01-69  Hollywood Bowl   (also: Blood Sweat and Tears, Johnny Winter)   *
  8-30-69 > 9-02-69  Tennio, Washington   Sky River Rock Festival and Lighter Than Air Fair   (also: Terry Reid, others)     info
 
  9-13-69  Whittier Narrows Recreation Area, El Monte   2nd semi-annual Old Time and Banjo and Fiddle Contest      (Lindley is a judge)     
  9-14-69  Whittier Narrows Recreation Area, El Monte   2nd semi-annual Old Time and Banjo and Fiddle Contest     (all star jam: DL, Doug Dillard, Roger Busch, Byron Beline, Larry Rice) 
  9-??-69?   The Troubador, Los Angeles  (JB and DL met at gig; DL sat in on "These Days" and played on early studio recording of "Song for Adam")   JB played 9-16 > 9-21
  9-25-69
  Peterson Gym, San Diego State College    (also: Sons of Champlin)       (BC)
10-03-69  Family Dog at the Great Highway, San Francisco
  (also: Charlie Musselwhite, Congress of Wonders)
10-04-69  Lake Amador, California   Gold Rush Festival     (also: Santana, Taj Mahal, Bo Diddley, Albert Collins, Al Wilson, Ike and Tina Turner, John Fahey, Cold Blood, etc)     poster   poster   poster     
10-04-69  Family Dog at the Great Highway, San Francisco  (also: Charlie Musselwhite, Congress of Wonders)     
10-05-69  Family Dog at the Great Highway, San Francisco
  (also: Charlie Musselwhite, Congress of Wonders)
10-11-69?  San Marino High School   


  1-01-70  Whisky a Go-Go, Los Angeles   (also: Love)   
  1-02-70  Whisky a Go-Go, Los Angeles   (also: Love)   
  1-03-70  Whisky a Go-Go, Los Angeles   (also: Love
)    
  1-04-70  Whisky a Go-Go, Los Angeles   (also: Love)  
   
  1-09-70  Eastown Theatre, Detroit     (also: MC5, Mr Clean)  
   (BC)
  1-10-70  Eastown Theatre, Detroit     (also: MC5, Mr Clean)  
   (cancelled)    (BC)
  1-15-70  Boston Tea Party, Boston     (opened for James Cotten Blues Band)     poster     (Tea Party now at the former site of The Ark)
  1-16-70  Boston Tea Party, Boston     (opened for James Cotten Blues Band)   
  1-17-70  Boston Tea Party, Boston     (opened for James Cotten Blues Band)      
  1-23-70  Electric Factory, Philadelphia      (also: Mother Earth, High Treason)
  1-24-70  Town Hall, New York City      2:30pm            (NY Times 1-18-70)  
  1-24-70  Electric Factory, Philadelphia      (also: Mother Earth, High Treason)
  1-28-70  Ungano's, New York City    
  1-29-70  Ungano's, New York City     
  1-30-70  Ungano's, New York City     
  1-31-70  Ungano's, New York City     
  3-20-70  Family Dog at the Great Highway, San Francisco  (also: Big Brother and the Holding Co, Devil's Kitchen)   poster    
  3-21-70  Family Dog at the Great Highway, San Francisco  (also: Big Brother and the Holding Co, Devil's Kitchen)
  3-22-70  Family Dog at the Great Highway, San Francisco  (also: Big Brother and the Holding Co, Devil's Kitchen)   

  5-01-70  CSU Los Angeles    (Smokestack Lightning opened)
  
  5-02-70  CSU Los Angeles    (Smokestack Lightning opened)  
   
  5-??-70 
Mount San Antonio College, Walnut         (last gig, late spring)

  Chester Crill's list of Kaleidoscope show venues (without dates)
     
 

 

TERRY REID:

  4-25-70  Mothers, Birmingham, England       (no Lindley)        
  4-30-70  Mayfair, Newcastle, England            (no Lindley)   
  5-09-70  Sheffield University, England          (no Lindley)   

   ?-??-70  Queen Elizabeth Hall, London  (first show with Lindley, on a Thursday)       reviews   
   ?-??-70  Queen Elizabeth Hall,
London
   ?-??-70  Greenford, England
  6-13-70  Mothers, Birmingham, England       
  6-18-70  Revolution Club, London          
  6-19-70  Mayfair, Newcastle, England    (also: Fat Mattress)     
  6-20-70  Loughborough University,  Leicestershire, UK

  6-25-70  Unganos, New York City    (also: Peace and Quiet)   (Billboard listing 6-06-70,  review 7-11-70)

  6-26-70  Unganos, New York City    (also: Peace and Quiet) 

  6-27-70  Unganos, New York City    (also: Peace and Quiet) 

  6-28-70?  Stevens Point, Wisconsin      People's Fair     (also: Buddy Guy, Taj Mahal,, Steve Miller, Johnny Winter, Chuck Berry, Paul Butterfield)    flyer   
  7-05-70   Atlanta Pop Festival    (scheduled: Hedge and Donna Rig, Mott the Hoople, Bob Seger System, Spirit, Terry Reid, It's a Beautiful Day, Johnny Winter, Lee Michaels, Grand Funk Railroad, Richihe Havens, Ten Years After, Allman Brothers Band, Memphis State cast of Hair)
  7-14-70   Family Dog at the Great Highway, San Francisco   (also: Cat Mother and the All Night Newsboys, Ace of Cupe, Temporary Optics)     poster     
  7-15-70   Family Dog at the Great Highway, San Francisco   (also: Cat Mother and the All Night Newsboys, Ace of Cupe, Temporary Optics) 
  7-24-70   Eastown Theatre, Detroit   (also: Silver Metre, Everlon Nevermore)   
 
  7-25-70   Eastown Theatre, Detroit   (also: Silver Metre, Everlon Nevermore)  
    
  7-31-70   Aragon Ballroom, Chicago    (Terry Reid, Canned Heat, Trapeze)      (Chicago Tribune listing)   
   cancelled  
  8-01-70   Aragon Ballroom, Chicago    (
Terry Reid, Canned Heat, Trapeze)      (Chicago Tribune listing)      cancelled      

  8-21-70  Marquee, London   (fined for going overtime; not listed on Marquee site)         
  8-26-70  Speakeasy, London  
    
 
8-27-70  East Afton Farm, Freshwater, Isle of Wight    Isle of Wight Festival       (also: Supertramp, etc)         website   
11-13-70  Waltham Forest Tech College, England    (also: Brian Auger)    (Tim Davis now on drums?)
  1-15-71  Goldsmith's College, London
  1-22-71  Marquee, London 
  2-19-71  Edinburgh University  
  2-26-71  Hampstead Country Club         
  2-28-71  Colston Hall, Bristol    
  3-05-71  Marquee, London    
  3-19-71  Trent Polytechnic, Nottingham     
  3-20-71  Dagenham Village Roundhouse    (also: Black Widow)   
  3-28-71  Roundhouse, Chalk Farm, London    (also: Brinsley Schwarz, Quiver)   
  3-29-71  Town Hall, Dudley   (also: Alan Bown) 
  4-03-71  Kirklevington Country Club, Stockton-on-Tees  
  4-23-71  Hampstead Country Club, London  
   
  5-01-71  Casino de Montreux, Montreux, Switzerland   *  
   
  5-11-71  Marquee, London       

  5-12-71  Cafe des Arts, St. Tropez, France      (Mick and Bianca Jagger wedding reception) 
  6-04-71  Country Club, London   
  6-06-71  Roundhouse, Chalk Farm, London      (also: Quiver)  
  6-12-71  Coldham's Common      Cambridge Festival       (also: Graham Bond, Slade, UFO, etc)  

  6-13-71  Country Club, London  

  6-22-71  Glastonbury Abbey, Worthy Farm, Pilton, England      Glastonbury Festival   (also: David Bowie; Traffic. Pink Floyd)      photos  photos      

  6-26-71  Reading   11th National Jazz and Blues Festival          (also: Lindisfarne, Wishbone Ash, Renaisance, Genesis, Sha Na Na, etc)  ad  poster      website    review       

  7-27-71  Marquee, London  
  8-11-71  Big Brother, Greenford   

  8-14-71  Hitchin Resurrection 
  8-28-71  Clifton Park, Rotherham  (also: T Rex, Marmalade, Brian Auger, etc)  

  9-05-71  Red Lion, Leytonstone 
  9-09-71  Queen Elizabeth Hall, London    (also: Gnidrolog)   
  9-12-71  Headstone Manor Park, Harrow    (also: Brinsley Schwarz)   
  9-18-71  Potters Bar Farx    (also: Gravy Train, Vinegar Joe)  
  9-22-71  Hampstead Country Club    (also: Uncle Dog)  

  9-24-71  The Dome, Brighton   (also: Procol Harum, Stone the Crows) 
10-14-71  Liverpool Stadium   (alos: Stone the Crows, Canned Heat)        
10-15-71  City Hall, Sheffield  
10-16-71  Manchester University   
10-17-71  Norwich University   
10-26-71  Marquee, London     
11-05-71  Coppelia, Portsmouth   
11-06-71  Coldfield Belfry, Sutton  
11-07-71  Roundhouse, Chalk Farm, London    (also: Hookfoot)

11-11-71  JB's, Dudley   
11-13-71  School of Economics, London      (also: Jude)  
 
11-20-71  Loughborough University,  Leicestershire, UK

11-21-71  Roundhouse, Chalk Farm, London    (also: Siren, etc)   

11-23-71  Spa Lounge, Cheltenham   
11-24-71  Top Rank, Brighton        
11-26-71  Rainbow Theatre, London   (also: Family)   
11-27-71  Leeds University  

 

JACKSON BROWNE
Jackson Browne/David Lindley:
 
  2-??-72 
Cambridge, Mass      Lindley sits in with JB

  6-25-72  Topanga Banjo Fiddle Contest  

  8-??-72  Quiet Knight, Chicago    (Lindley?)   (Forest Park Review 8-09-72)   
  8-11-72  Main Point, Bryn Mawr      (Mike D'Abo opened)      
 
8-12-72  Main Point, Bryn Mawr      (Mike D'Abo opened)    
 
8-13-72  Main Point, Bryn Mawr      (Mike D'Abo opened)    
 
8-14-72  Main Point, Bryn Mawr      (Mike D'Abo opened)    
 
8-15-72  Main Point, Bryn Mawr      (Mike D'Abo opened)     
 
8-21-72  Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville     (opened for Yes)          
  8-22-72  My Father's Place, Rosyln, New York ?   (with David Blue)    (Lindley?)
  8-23-72  My Father's Place, Rosyln, New York ?   (with David Blue)    (Lindley?) 
  8-24-72  My Father's Place, Rosyln, New York ?   (with David Blue)    (Lindley?)

  8-27-72  WBCN Studios, Boston  *   (with David Blue)    (without Lindley)     
  8-30-72  Bitter End, New York City  (9 & 11pm; David Blue opened) 
  8-31-72 
Bitter End, New York City  (9 & 11pm; David Blue opened)  
  9-01-72 
Bitter End, New York City  (8:30, 10:30, 12:30; David Blue opened) 
  9-02-72 
Bitter End, New York City  (8:30, 10:30, 12:30; David Blue opened) 
  9-03-72 
Bitter End, New York City  (9 & 11pm; David Blue opened)  
  9-04-72 
Bitter End, New York City  (9 & 11pm; David Blue opened; guest set by Bruce Springsteen during intermission) 
  9-??-72  Cellar Door, Washington,DC     (weeklong residency, some shows with the Eagles)      (PL)
  9-14-72  The Troubador, Los Angeles    
(Bonnie Raitt opened)    (LA Times review 9-16-72 pg6)
  9-15-72  The Troubador, Los Angeles    
(Bonnie Raitt opened)   
  9-16-72  The Troubador, Los Angeles
    (Bonnie Raitt opened)   
  9-17-72  The Troubador, Los Angeles     (Bonnie Raitt opened)   
  9-21-72  Union Theatre, Louisiana State University    (also: Doobie Brothers)  

  9-22-72  Page Auditorium, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina    (also: Batdorf and Rodney)
    
  9-23-72  Miami Beach Auditorium   (opened for Incredible String Band)    
  9-27-72  RCA Studios , New York City    WPLJ-FM *
  9-29-72  Felt Forum, Madison Square Garden, New York City  (also: Eagles, J.D. Souther. Lindley played with J.D.)  (Variety review
10-04-72; Billboard review 10-14-72)
10-01-72  Main Point, Bryn Mawr      ?   
10-02-72  Detroit  *  ?
10-06-72  Bronco Bowl, Dallas      (also: Eagles, J.D. Souther)    

10-07-72 Tarrant County Convention Center, Fort Worth   (also: Eagles, J.D. Souther)           
10-08-72  Houston Music Hall     (also: Eagles)        (Rockinhouston.com)     
10-11-72
  SUNY Gym, Stony Brook         (open for Dave Mason)   
10-26-72
  Lubbock Municipal Auditorium               


 
  2-??-73  The Troubador, Los Angeles     (David Blue; also: Mary Travers)   run was 2-20 > 2-25-73  Did Lindley play all nights?  LA Times 2-24-73    


  6-23-73  Central Park, New York City       (with Terry Reid)  
  6-25-73  Atlanta   (Terry Reid)

  6-26-73  Atlanta   (Terry Reid)
  6-27-73  Atlanta   (Terry Reid)


Jackson Browne, David Lindley, Doug Haywood, Larry Zack:

  7-20-73  McCabe's Guitar Shop, Santa Monica      (Phonograph Record Review Sept 73)
  7-21-73  McCabe's Guitar Shop, Santa Monica      ("at least three nights")

  7-22-73  McCabe's Guitar Shop, Santa Monica      (two shows per night)   
  7-26-73  Main Point, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania     (BB)
  7-27-73  Main Point, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania     (BB)
  7-28-73  Main Point, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania     (BB)
  7-29-73  Main Point, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania     (BB) 
    
  7-31-73  Tanglewood Music Center Lenox, Mass   
  (open for America) .   article   review
  8-01-73  Boston Music Hall        (open for America) .
  8-03-73  Wollman Ice Skating Rink     Central Park New York City, NY Schaefer Music Festival      (open for America) 
  8-04-73  Providence, Rhode Island     (open for America)  ?  .unconfirmed.
  8-05-73  Capitol Theatre, Passaic, New Jersey     (also: America, Stanky Brown Group)  
    
  8-06-73  Louisville, Kentucky   
(open for America) .   (RSAC)  
  8-07-73  Musicpark Grove City, Columbus, OH   
(open for America)   (RSAC)  
  8-08-73  Edwardsville campus, SIU Edwardsville, IL   Mississippi River Festival. 
(open for America) . Review.
  8-09-73?  Detroit   
(open for America)     8-10-73?
  8-11-73  Merriweather Post Pavilion Columbia, Maryland   
(open for America) . ad.
  8-13-73  Performing Arts Festival, Saratoga, New York     (BB)   
  8-14-73  Temple Music Festival, Ambler, Pennsylvania     (BB)
  8-15-73  Hampton Rhoads Coliseum, Hampton, Virginia     (BB)
  8-17-73  Ronoake Civic Center, Ronoake, Virginia     (BB)
  8-18-73  Coliseum, Charleston, West Virginia     (BB)

  8-19-73  Civic Center, Charleston, West Virginia      (PL)

  8-21-73  Airie Crown Theatre, Chicago     (BB)  
  8-22-73  Airie Crown Theatre, Chicago     (BB)  
  8-23-73  Blossom Music Festival, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio      (BB)
  8-24-73  Indiana State Fairgrounds Coliseum, Indianapolis       (BB)
  8-26-73  Hollywood Bowl, Hollywood       (BB)
  8-29-73  Selland Arena, Fresno                  (BB)

 
   
10-05-73  Aquarius Theatre, Boston     (Bonnie Raitt opened)          (BB)
10-06-73  University of Villanova, Villanova, Pennsylvania    (Bruce Springsteen opened)

10-07-73  Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center, New York City   afternoon  (Bonnie Raitt opened) (Variety review 10-10-73)
10-07-73  Philharmonic Hall, New York City                            evening       (BB)
10-09-73  Ultrasonic Studio, Hempstead, New York   *
10-18-73  The Roxy, Los Angeles  (9:00 and 11:30)   (LA Times review 10-20-73; unspecified show Billboard review11-10-73)
10-19-73  The Roxy, Los Angeles  (9:00 and 11:30)
10-20-73  The Roxy, Los Angeles  (9:00 and 11:30)     *
10-21-73  The Roxy, Los Angeles  (9:00 and 11:30)   (Phillip Goodhand-Tait opened entire run)

11-??-73?  Channel 7 TV Studio ?      In Session    (host: Everly Brothers; also: Johnny Rivers)   Lindley?


1973   Crosby Nash  from Billboard  with Lindley,Tim Drummond, Johnny Barbata      
10-??-73  unknown first date 

10-28-73  Boston Music Hall    
10-29-73  The Dome, Monroe County Fairgrounds, Rochester, New York  
10-31-73  Spectrum Theatre, Philadelphia
11-02-73  Appalachian Stage University, Boone, North Carolina
11-03-73  Memorial Coliseum, University of Kentucky, Lexington
11-04-74  Willam and Mary Hall, College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia  
  
(Lindley gets ill in Washington D.C. and Don Felder fills in at Capitol Theatre and rest of tour) 

11-05-73  Capitol Theatre, Passaic, New Jersey    ?   (not in Billboard)    
11-06-73  Constitution Hall, Washington, DC

11-07-73  New York City  (Richie Havens review references C&N in town same night)
11-09-73 University of Dayton Arena, University of Dayton, Dayton, Ohio  supported by Linda Ronstadt
11-10-73  Notre Dame University, South Bend, Imdiana
11-11-73  Dane County Coliseum, Madison, Wisconsin
11-12-73  Chicago Auditorium Theatree  
11-15-73  Cameron Indoor Stadium, Duke Uni, Durham, North Carolina    (David Blue opened)  
11-16-73  Ohio University Convocation Center, Athens, Ohio  
11-17-73  Fieldhouse, Indiana University, Bloomington
11-24-73  Hofheinz Pavilion, Houston   
11-26-73  Beard-Eaves Memorial Coliseum, Auburn University, Auburn, AL
11-27-73  Curtis Hickson Hall, Tampa  
11-28-73  Municipal Aud, Atlanta  
11-30-73  Seminole Turf Club, Orlando, Florida  
12-01-73  Jai Alai Fronton, Miami  
12-?? -73  Denver    Stills guest appearance
12-07-73  Civic Auditorium, San Francisco   Neil Young guest / David Blue support / Felder in band
12-08-73 Anaheim Convention Center, Anaheim  
12-10-73  Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, LA Music Center, Los Angeles  
12-17-73  Paramount Northwest, Seattle 
 

Jackson Browne, David Lindley, Doug Haywood, Jai Winding, Larry Zack:

tour with Linda Ronstadt:
  1-10-74  Oxnard Community Center, Oxnard, California      (BB)

  1-11-74  Santa Monica Civic Auditorium   (BB; Rolling Stone review 2-14-74 p70)
  1-13-74  Fullertown Community Center, Fullertown, California    (BB)
  1-15-74  Paramount Theatre, Seattle     (BB; RSAC)
  1-16-74  Paramount Theatre, Portland  (BB; RSAC)  
  1-18-74  Berkeley Community Theatre *   (BGP; BB)
  1-19-74  Men's Gym, Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo     (BB; RSAC)
  1-20-74  Civic Theatre, San Diego     (BB; RSAC)
  1-21-74  Celebrity Theatre, Phoenix   (BB; RSAC)
  1-24-74  Arena, Denver     (BB; RSAC)
  1-25-74  Popejoy Hall, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque     (BB; RSAC)

  2-03-74  Tyrone Guthrie Theatre, Minneapolis   
 
2-04-74  Tyrone Guthrie Theatre, Minneapolis
  2-08-74  Ambassador Theatre, St. Louis  

  2-09-74  Memorial Hall, Kansas City, Kansas      (BB)
  2-10-74  Trowbridge livestock Pavillion, University of Missouri, Coumbia     

  2-13-74  Cobo Hall, Detroit   *       (or Michigan Palace ?)
  2-14-74  Mershon Auditorium, Ohio State University, Columbus  
  2-15-74  John Carrol University, Cleveland
 
  2-16-74  SUNY, Courtland, New York     (BB)
  2-17-74  Canisius College, Buffalo         (BB)
 
  2-18-74  Atwood Hall, Clarke University, Worchester, Massachusetts   * 
  2-20-74  Mt. Pleasant High School, Wilmington, Delaware

  2-21-74  Lyman Auditorium, South Connecticut State College, New Haven    (BB)
  2-22-74  Palace Theatre, Providence, Rhode Island
  2-23-74  Walsh Auditorium, Seton Hall University, South Orange, New Jersey   (RSAC says 2-22)
  2-24-74  Auditorium, Rochester, New York      (RSAC says 2-23)

  2-26-74  William and Mary Hall, William and Mary College, Williamsberg, Virginia   WGOE interview after show

  2-27-74  Gaston Hall, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C    (2-24?)  *   
  2-28-74  Carnegie Hall, New York City    (two shows)  

  3-01-74  Orpheum Theatre, Boston      (BB)
  3-02-74  Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford, Connecticut      (BB)
  3-03-74  Academy of Music, Philadelphia     (BB)

  3-05-74  Lisner Auditorium, George Washington University, Washington, DC    
  3-06-74  Syracuse *   (guest with Orleans)    
  3-08-74  Arie Crown Theatre, Chicago    
  ?-??-74  Beacon Theatre? New York City?     Don Kirshner's Rock Concert     (JB/DL do one song on Eagles/ Ronstadt show)    

  ?-??-74  The Palladium, New York City

  
  7-02-74  Berkeley Community Theatre     (benefit for Vietnam Veterans Washington March; JB/DL duet; also: Joan Baez, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Danny O'Keefe, Steve Martin; billboard review 7-20-74)
  7-20-74  Snowmass Festival, Aspen, Colorado       (BB)
 
8-11-74  Crawford Hall, University of California Irvine    (Batdorf and Rodney opened)    
  8-17-74  McCabe's Guitar Shop, Santa Monica   
 

JACKSON BROWNE
Jackson Browne, David Lindley, Herb Pederson-guitar/banjo/steel, Chris Smith-pedal steel, Dennis Kovarik-bass, Jai Winding-keyboards, Larry Zack-drums

  9-20-74  Paramount Theatre, Seattle
  9-21-74  Paramount Theatre, Portland *  
   (RSAC) 
  9-25-74  Berkeley Community Theatre  (Bonnie Raitt opened)  (BGP)
  9-26-74  Sacramento Memorial Auditorium     
   (SacBee review  9-25-74)
  9-27-74  Robertson Gym, UC Santa Barbara    (Honk opened)     (LA Times ad)
  9-28-74  Santa Monica Civic Auditorium  (Bonnie Raitt opened)     (LA Times ad)
  9-29-74  Santa Monica Civic Auditorium  (Bonnie Raitt opened)     (LA Times ad)
10-03-74  Golden Hall, San Diego    
(Bonnie Raitt opened)
10-04-74  Celebrity Theatre, Phoenix   (Bonnie Raitt opened)     (RSAC) 
10-06-74  Popejoy Hall, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque     (RSAC)   
10-07-74  Denver
  (Bonnie Raitt opened)     (RSAC) 
10-13-74  Allen Theatre, Cleveland (Bonnie Raitt opened)      (RSAC) 
10-14-74  Century Theatre, Buffalo  (Bonnie Raitt opened)    
10-16-74  Massey Hall, Toronto    (Bonnie Raitt opened)  (RSAC) 
10-17-74  Bushnell Memorial Auditorium, Hartford    (RSAC) 
10-18-74  Orpheum Theatre, Boston    (Wendy Waldman opened)           (RSAC) 
10-19-74  Palace Theatre, Providence  (Bonnie Raitt opened)  (RSAC) 
10-21-74  Palace Theatre, Albany, New York    (Wendy Waldman opened)     (RSAC) 
10-22-74  Felt Forum, Madison Square Garden, New York City    (Wendy Waldman opened)   (Billboard review 11-16-74)   
10-23-74  University Auditorium, University Park, Pennsylvania   
(Bonnie Raitt opened)  
10-24-74  Asbury Park Convention Hall, Asbury Park, New Jersey       (RSAC)  
10-26-74  Capitol Theatre, Passaic, New Jersey  *  
(Bonnie Raitt opened)       (RSAC)   
10-27-74  DAR Constitution Hall Washington D.C.
   (RSAC)
10-28-74  The Mosque, Richmond, Virginia      (Bonnie Raitt opened)     ,    
10-30-74  Greensboro Auditorium, Greensboro, North Carolina   (BB)       
10-31-74  Atlanta Civic Center       
11-01-74  Foster Hall, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa     (BB)     (Bonnie in Knoxville?) 
11-02-74  Convention Center, Louisville, Kentucky         (Bonnie Raitt opened)    
11-03-74  North Hall,  Memphis            (Bonnie Raitt opened)

11-04-74  New Grand Ole Opry House, Nashville    (Bonnie Raitt opened)     program  
11-11-74  Minneapolis

11-12-74  Riverside Theatre, Milwaukee
11-13-74  Chicago Auditorium Theatre    
11-14-74  Murat Masonic Theatre, Indianapolis  
11-15-74  Kiel Auditorium, St Louis
11-16-74  Memorial Hall, Kansas City        (BB; RSAC lists as 11-17-74)
11-19-74  Pershing Municipal Auditorium, Lincoln, Nebraska   
11-20-74  Tulsa Assembly Center, Tulsa

11-21-74  Oklahoma City Civic Center   
11-22-74  McFarlin Auditorium, Southern Methodist University, Dallas
11-23-74  Houston Music Hall     (Bonnie Raitt opened)          
11-24-74  Austin Municipal Auditorium  
11-27-74  Waikiki Shell, Honolulu     (Bonnie Raitt opened)   (BB)      poster    
 

JACKSON BROWNE
Jackson Browne, David Lindley, Herb Pederson-guitar/banjo/steel, Chris Smith-pedal steel, Dennis Kovarik-bass, Wayne Cook-keyboards, Larry Zack-drums:

  2-23-75  Northern Arizona University Men's Gymnasium, Flagstaff, Arizona   Benefit for Coconino Citizens Association    (open for Nitty Gritty Dirt Band)    
   ?
-??-75  San Diego        (JB/DL open for Bonnie)
  
  3-01-75  Mobile, Alabama  

  3-02-75  McAlister Auditorium, Tulane University, New Orleans   (two shows)     *   
  3-03-75  Monroe, Louisiana
  3-05-75  City Auditorium  Jackson, Mississippi   (Phoebe Snow opened)  
  3-06-75  Birmingham, Alabama
  3-07-75  Civic Auditorium Jacksonville, Florida   two shows   (Phoebe Snow opened)

  3-10-75  Stokely Athletics Center, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee
  3-11-75  The Mosque Richmond, Virginia    (Phoebe Snow opened)
  3-12-75  DAR Constitution Hall Washington, D.C.   (Phoebe Snow opened)

  3-14-75  Dillon Gym, Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey   (Phoebe Snow opened)
  3-15-75  Bailey Hall, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York     (Phoebe Snow opened)
  3-16-75  Binghamton, New York   
  3-17-75  Memorial Auditorium, Burlington, Vermont   review     
  3-19-75  Calderone Theatre, Hempstead, New York *      
  3-20-75  Rutgers Gym, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey  
     
  3-21-75  Newark, New Jersey    (PL)

  3-22-75  Capitol Theatre, Passaic, New Jersey   (Phoebe Snow opened)    (Rolling Stone review 5-8-75) )
  3-23-75  Hartford, Connecticut
  3-26-75  Queens College  New York City    (Phoebe Snow opened)
  3-27-75  Tower Theatre, Upper Darby, Pennsylvania *     
  3-28-75  Tower Theatre, Upper Darby, Pennsylvania  .
  3-29-75  Syria Mosque, Pittsburgh    (stub)   (3-25-?)

  4-03-75  Yale University, New Haven    (two shows) * *
  4-13-75  Adelbert Gym, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland    two shows    (RSAC)     (Phoebe Snow opened)   article
  4-14-75  Regents Hall Northern, Kentucky State College, Highland Heights, Kentucky   (RSAC)
  4-15-75  Dayton, Ohio   (Phoebe Snow opened)

  4-18-75  Field House, Aquinas College Grand Rapids, Michigan         (Phoebe Snow opened)        (RSAC)
  4-20-75  Evans Field House, Northern Illinois University, De Kalb, Illinois      (Phoebe Snow opened)                    (RSAC)
  4-21-75  Miller Auditorium, Western Michigan University  Kalamazoo, Michigan   (Phoebe Snow opened)

  4-22-75  Uihlein Hall Performing Arts Center, Milwaukee   two shows     (Phoebe Snow opened)
  4-24-75  Hoch Auditorium, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas    (Phoebe Snow opened)
  4-25-75  Omaha Auditorium Omaha  two shows    (Phoebe Snow opened)
  4-26-75  Springfield, Missouri
  4-27-75  Century II Convention Hall, Wichita     (Phoebe Snow opened).
  4-29-75  Regis College Fieldhouse, Denver    (Phoebe Snow opened).  or 28th?
  5-02-75  Freeborn Hall, UCDavis, Davis   (Phoebe Snow opened).      (SacBee review 5-03-75)  
  5-03-75  Berkeley Community Theatre    (two shows; Phoebe Snow opened)     (BGP)
  5-04-75  San Jose Center for the Performing Arts  (two shows; Phoebe Snow opened)  (BGP)
  5-06-75  Tuscon Community Center               (RSAC)
  5-07-75  Phoenix            (RSAC)
  5-08-75  Golden Hall, San Diego             (Phoebe Snow opened)              (LA Times listing)
  5-10-75  Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles  (Phoebe Snow opened)             (LA Times listing)
  5-11-75  Santa Barbara County Bowl        (Phoebe Snow opened)             (LA Times listing)
  5-13-75  Costa Mesa    ?        (RSAC; no mention in LA Times)

  5-15-75  Memorial Hall, Chapman College, Orange, California    

 

LINDA RONSTADT
with David Lindley, Andrew Gold, Michael Botts, Kenny Edwards, Dan Dugmore:

  7-25-75  Chicago    cancelled      (Chicago Tribune 6-20-75)       
  8-01-75  Portland Coliseum   ??
  8-01-75  Trinity Laurel Auditorium, San Antonio  ?   (Texas Monthly listing)     
  8-06-75  Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison, Colorado        db  
  8-07-75  Lewis Field Stadium Hays, Kansas         ad 
  8-08-75  Memorial Hall, Kansas City, Kansas       (Lawrence Journal-World review 8-09-75)  
  8-10-75?  Chicago    (Saturday)       (Chicago Tribune listing 7-27-75)
  8-11-75  Pine Knob Music Theatre, Clarkston, Michigan       db
  8-12-75  Blossom Music Center, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio    
  8-??-75  Garden State Arts Center, Holmdel, New Jersey     (NY Times article)
   
  8-13-75  New Century Theatre, Buffalo        db
  8-15-75  Merriweather Post Pavillion, Columbia, Maryland
  8-19-75  McCabe's Guitar Shop      (with members of Nitty Gritty Dirt Band; Lindley?)       
  8-20-75  The Spectrum, Philadelphia      
  8-21-75  Cumberland County Memorial Arena, Fayetteville, North Carolina       
  8-22-75  Paladium Theatre, Carowinds amusement park, Charlotte, North Carolina 
  8-23-75  Paladium Theatre, Carowinds amusement park, Charlotte, North Carolina  
  8-26-75  Tanglewood Music Shed, Lenox, Massachusets     ad      
  8-29-75  Universal Amphitheatre, Los Angeles      (Tom Snow opened)     LA times listing
  8-30-75  Universal Amphitheatre, Los Angeles      (Tom Snow opened)        
  8-31-75  Calamigos Ranch, Malibu     Malibu Mountains Bluegrass Carnival         (also: Emmylou Harris, Herb Pederson, David Grisman, etc)     

  8-31-75?  Atoka, Oklahoma    48 Hours Festival  (Linda Ronstadt, Willie Nelso, Jerry Jeff Walker, David Allen Coe)   ? , (Paris News 8-29-75)  
  8-31-75  Universal Amphitheatre, Los Angeles      (Tom Snow opened)    
  9-01-75  Universal Amphitheatre, Los Angeles      (Tom Snow opened)       
  9-02-75  Universal Amphitheatre, Los Angeles      (Tom Snow opened)     

  9-04-75  Main Point, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania (JB/DL)   *
  9-05-75  Main Point, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania (JB/DL)
  9-06-75  Main Point, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania (JB/DL)
  9-07-75  Main Point, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania (JB/DL)   *    (WMMR-FM radio broadcast)    (some sources list a five or six night run starting on the 2nd or 3rd)  


  *  
 
9-20-75  Paramount Theatre, Oakland     (two shows)  
  9-21-75  Greek Theatre, Berkeley        (Linda Ronstadt; Lindley left before encore to fly to Seattle)   *   
  9-21-75  Seattle    
  9-22-75  San Jose Center for the Performing Arts   2 shows   (JB, Linda Ronstadt; Tom Hayden Benefit    (BGP)   *   
 
9-23-75  Santa Maria Fairgrounds Convention Center      Red Wing Benefit    
 
9-25-75  Phoenix Municipal Stadium  (Eagles, JB, Linda Ronstadt, Toots and the Maytals)    
 
9-26-75  Stadium, Institute for American Indian Arts, Santa Fe, New Mexico     
 
9-27-75  Balboa Stadium, San Diego  (Eagles, JB, Linda Ronstadt, Toots and the Maytals)    10,000      (parts of Eagles and Ronstadt sets broadcast live on Saturday Night Live with Howard Cosell on ABC-TV)
 
9-28-75  Anaheim Stadium, Anaheim   Sunshine Festival    (Eagles, JB, Linda Ronstadt, Toots and the Maytals)    50,000  (LA Times review 9-30-75)

CROSBY-NASH
 with David Lindley-slide guitar, Danny Kortchmar-guitar, Tim Drummond-bass, Russ Kunkel-drums:

Ad in Rolling Stone 11-06-75 p103:
10-10-75  College of William and Mary, Williamsburg
10-11-75  McDonough Arena, Georgetown University, Washington, DC
10-12-75 
McDonough Arena, Georgetown University, Washington, DC
10-15-75  Western Hall, Western Illinois University, Dekalb
10-16-75  Assembly Hall, University of Western Illinois, Champaign      (ad says 10-17-75).
10-18-75  Millett Assembly Hall, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio
10-21-75  Boston Music Hall, Boston
10-22-75  Springfield Civic Center, Springfield, Mass   *
10-24-75  Elliot Hall, Perdue University, Lafayette, Indiana
10-25-75  SIU Arena, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale   *
10-28-75  Moody College, Southern Methodist University, Dallas
10-29-75 Sam Houston Coliseum, Houston     stub    (RS ad says New Orleans)
10-31-75  Jai Alai Fronton, Miami
11-01-75  Bayfront Center, St. Petersburgh, Florida
11-02-75  University of Florida, Gainesville
11-05-75  Atlanta Civic Center
11-07-75  Erie County Fieldhouse, Erie, Pennsylvania
11-08-75  Notre Dame University, South Bend, lndiana
11-09-75  Bowen Fieldhouse, Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, Michigan
11-11-75  Stanley Theatre, Pittsburgh
11-13-75  Anderson Arena, Bowling Green University, Bowling Green, Ohio
11-14-75  Rosa Arena, Central Michigan University, Mt. Pleasant, Michigan
11-15-75  Wings Stadium, Kalamazoo, Michigan    *    
11-19-75  Denver Arena
11-21-75  Zellerbach Auditorium, Berkeley (BGP; poster)
11-22-75  Zellerbach Auditorium, Berkeley (BGP; poster)
11-23-75  Zellerbach Auditorium, Berkeley (BGP; poster)
11-24-75  Zellerbach Auditorium, Berkeley (BGP; poster)
11-26-75  Convention Center, Anaheim  *   (LA Times ad; C/N ad says 11-21-75)

CROSBY-NASH
acoustic with David Lindley and Joel Bernstein:

12-01-75  Budokan Hall, Tokyo *
12-02-75  Budokan Hall, Tokyo *   
12-06-75  Shi Kokaido, Nagoya, Japan
12-08-75  Kyudenkinen Taiikukan, Fukuoka, Japan

12-09-75  Festival Hall, Osaka   *
12-12-75  Waikiki Shell, Waikiki, Oahu, Hawaii
12-13-75  Honolulu International Center, Honolulu (ad)

  
  3-04-76  San Diego Civic Auditorium, San Diego    Yes on 15 Benefit    (also: Bonnie Raitt)  

  3-05-76  Freeborn Hall, UC Davis    Project Survival  Yes on 15 Benefit - Save Energy Now    (opened Jesse Colin Young)   two shows    button     
  3-20-76  Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica    SEVA Sing Out for Sight  (poster)

(Jackson Browne; Graham Nash; Robert Hunter; Country Joe McDonald; Kaleidoscope (?!); Holly Near; Odetta; Kate Wolf; two male mystery stars; MC Wavy Gravy)   


JAMES TAYLOR
with David Lindley-violin, Danny Kortchmar-guitar, Leland Sklar-bass, Clarence McDonald-keyboards, Russ Kunkel-drums, David Sanborn-sax:

  4-21-76  start of two week tour  (with Lindley and Sanborn?)
 
4-30-76  Memorial Coliseum, Auburn, Alabama         (7,200)

  5-01-76  Hugbes Stadium, Sacramento   Yes on 15 Benefit     (Eagles; Linda Ronstadt; Jimmy Buffett)    no JB     
  5-14-76  Capital Center, Landover, Maryland      (Eagles; Linda Ronstadt; Jackson Browne; Dan Fogelberg)

  5-23-76  Anaheim Convention Center         Cousteau Society Involvement Day  (Crosby-Nash with David Lindley)

  7-03-76  start of four week James Taylor tour
  7-04-76  The Summit, Houston     (also: The Band, E)    (rockinhouston.com)
  7-06-76  Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison, Colorado    (9,000)

  7-08-76  Universal Amphitheatre, Los Angeles   (LA Times review 7-10-76)
  7-09-76  Universal Amphitheatre, Los Angeles   (Billboard review 7-24-76)   
  7-10-76  Universal Amphitheatre, Los Angeles
  7-11-76  Universal Amphitheatre, Los Angeles
  7-12-73  Alladin Theatre, Las Vegas
  7-13-76  Alladin Theatre, Las Vegas
  7-17-76  Robin Hood Del West, Philadelphia     (14,056) 

  7-18-76  Saratoga, New York

  7-19-76  Dome Arena, Rochester, New York      (3,112)
  7-24-76  Niagra Falls Convention Center, Niagra Falls, New York    (6,000)
  7-25-76  Syria Mosque, Pittsburgh     *
  7-27-76  Cordes Junction, New Mexico      
Arcosanti Benefit  (JB/DL; Rolling Stone review 9-09-76)
  7-28-76  Blossom Music Center, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio   (17,828)

  7-31-76  Nassau Colisuem, Uniondale, New York

  8-02-76  Garden State Arts Center, Holmdel, New Jersey

  8-03-76  Tanglewood Music Shed, Lenox, Mass      (David Sanborn Quartet opened)   last show of tour 

CROSBY-NASH
with David Lindley-slide guitar, Danny Kortchmar-guitar, Tim Drummond-bass, Russ Kunkel-drums:

  8-06-76  Concord Pavillion, Concord
  8-07-76  Frost Amphitheatre, Stanford University, Palo Alto       poster    

  8-08-76  Santa Barbara County Bowl      (LA times ad)       (3,500)
  8-10-76  Greek Theatre, Los Angeles     (Billboard review 9-04-76)
  8-11-76  Greek Theatre, Los Angeles
  8-12-76  Greek Theatre, Los Angeles     (Stephen Stills guests)      (no show on the 13th)   
  8-14-76  Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison, Colorado    (6,140)
  8-17-76  Chicago Auditorium Theatre

  8-18-76  Southern Illinois University, Evansville, Illinois    Mississippi River Fest

  8-20-76  Pine Knob Amphitheatre, Troy, Michigan
  8-21-76  Pine Knob Amphitheatre, Troy, Michigan
  8-22-76  Blossom Music Center, Akron, Ohio
  8-24-76  Syria Mosque, Pittsburgh             (3,876)     ticket
  8-25-76  Temple University, Ambler, Pennsylvania     Temple University Music Fest
  8-27-76  Garden State Arts Center, Holmdel, New Jersey
  8-28-76  Garden State Arts Center, Holmdel, New Jersey
  8-30-76  Merriweather Post Pavillion, Columbia, Maryland
  9-01-76  Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Saratoga Sprins, New York
  9-03-76  Tanglewood Music Shed, Lenox, Mass
  9-05-76  Cape Cod Coliseum, Yarmouth, Mass

  9-08-76  Wollman Rink, Central Park, New York
  9-10-76  Wollman Rink, Central Park, New York
  9-11-76  Wollman Rink, Central Park, New York
  9-16-76  Edinburgh Playhouse
  9-17-76  Free Trade Hall, Manchester
  9-19-76  Stadthalle Offenbach, West Germany
  9-20-76  Cirkus Krone, Munich, West Germany

  9-22-76  Jaap Edenhal, Amsterdam
 
9-23-76  Rhein Neckar Halle, Heidelberg, West Germany
  9-25-76  Falkoner Teatret, Copenhagen

  9-27-76  Hammersmith Odeon, London  *

  9-28-76  Hammersmith Odeon, London  *

JACKSON BROWNE
Jackson Browne-vocals, David Lindley-strings, David Morgan-guitar, David Landau-guitar, Bryan Garofalo-bass, Mark Jordan-keyboards, John Mouseri-drums:

10-01-76  Armory Fieldhouse, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati    *   (start of 8-week, 45-date tour, with Orleans opening)    (RSAC)
10-02-76  Columbia Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Columbus, Ohio    (RSAC)
10-03-76  Syria Mosque, Pittsburgh      (3,467)    (RSAC, stub)
10-05-76  Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto       (RSAC)    (Orleans opened)
10-06-76  Century Theatre, Buffalo *    (RSAC)
10-07-76  Dome Arena, Rochester, New York   (4,265)    (RSAC)   
  
10-08-76  Springfield Civic Center, Springfield, Mass
  
10-09-76  Boston Music Hall   *   (two shows)
   
10-10-76  RPI Fieldhouse, Troy, New York    
   
10-12-76  Patrick Gymnasium, University of Vermont, Burlington    

10-13-76  New Haven Coliseum, New Haven     (5,600)
10-14-76  Broome County Civic Center, Binghampton, New York  (5,974)
10-15-76  Capitol Theatre, Passaic, New Jersey   (6,888)      (Orleans opened)   (RSAC)
10-16-76  Palladium, New York City       (two shows)    (RSAC)
10-17-76  Palladium, New York City  *  (two shows; Billboard review 11-06-76)
10-20-76  The Spectrum, Philadelphia        (
Orleans opened)              (RSAC)
10-21-76  Grace Hall, Lehigh University, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 
(Orleans opened)  (RSAC)
10-22-76  University Hall, University of Virginia, Charlottesville          
(Orleans opened)       (RSAC)
10-23-76 
William and Mary Hall, William and Mary University, Williamsburgh         (Orleans opened)      (RSAC)
10-24-76  DAR Constitution Hall, Washington, DC     
(Orleans opened)     (RSAC)
10-25-76 
DAR Constitution Hall, Washington, DC *   (Orleans opened) (RSAC)
10-27-76  Atlanta Civic Center, Atlanta 
(Orleans opened) (4,500)     (RSAC)
10-28-76  Coliseum, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia           
(Orleans opened)      (RSAC)
10-29-76  Jacksonville, Florida  
(Orleans opened) (RSAC)
10-30-76  Lakeland, Florida   
(Orleans opened)    (RSAC)
10-31-76  Jai Alai Fronton, Miami             (RSAC)
11-02-76  Mobile Municipal Auditorium              (RSAC)
11-03-76  Birmingham Municipal Auditorium, Birmingham, Alabama     (RSAC)
11-04-76  Grand Ole Opera House, Nashville        (RSAC)
11-05-76  Memorial Coliseum, University of Lexington, Lexington, Kentucky          (RSAC)
11-06-76  WTTW-TV Studio, Chicago       Soundstage
   
11-07-76  Milwaukee Auditorium, Milwaukee   (PL)

11-08-76  Chicago Auditorium Theatre            (RSAC)
11-10-76  Memorial Hall, Kansas City    (RSAC)
11-12-76  Tulsa               (RSAC)
11-13-76  Austin              (RSAC)
11-14-76  Hofheinz Pavillion, Houston          (RSAC)
11-15-76  The Summit, Houston  
    (Rockinhouston.com) 
11-15-76  San Antonio    (RSAC)         cancelled   
11-18-76  J.B. Leavey Center, University of Santa Clara         (Orleans opened)   (Chron ad)

11-19-76  Paramount Theatre, Oakland         (Orleans opened) (BGP)    
11-20-76  Paramount Theatre, Oakland *  (Orleans opened; 8:00 & 11:30)  (BGP)   (LA Times review 11-23-76)    (7,774 total)    poster, poster, ad   
11-21-76  Acker Gym, CSU Chico, Chico     (Chico News & Review review 11-23-76)
11-24-76  Anaheim Convention Center    (Valerie Carter opened)   (LA Times ad)
11-26-76  Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles    (Valerie Carter opened)       (LA Times ad)    (6,283)

JACKSON BROWNE
Jackson Browne, David Lindley, Bryan Garofalo-bass, David Mason-organ, Mark Jordan-piano, John Mouseri-drums:

12-01-76  Karen, Stockholm    (Warren Zevon opened)    *
12-??-76  BBC Television Theatre, Shepherd's Bush, London     Old Grey Whistle Test *  (also with Warren Zevon; broadcast 12-07-76)   
12-04-76  Palace Theatre, Manchester, England    (Warren Zevon opened)  *    
12-05-76  Apollo, Glasgow, Scotland      (Warren Zevon opened)   
12-08-76  VPRO Studios, Hilversum, Holland (Warren Zevon opened)  *
12-09-76  RAI Congress Building, Amsterdam  (Warren Zevon opened) *
12-11-76  Stadthalle, Heidelberg, West Germany   (Warren Zevon opened)  *
12-14-76  Storlasen, Chateau Neuf  Oslo, Norway   
(Warren Zevon opened)   
12-17-76  New
Victoria Theatre, London   (Warren Zevon opened)
12-18-76  New
Victoria Theatre, London  (Warren Zevon opened; reviewed in NME 12-25-76)


  2-03-77  Sacramento Memorial Auditorium       A Benefit Concert for Pacific Alliance (also: Warren Zevon)   (SacBee review 2-04-77)

  2-04-77  Paramount Theatre, Portland       A Benefit Concert for Pacific Alliance (also: Warren Zevon)
  2-05-77  Seattle     (2-06-77?)   
  2-07-77  Santa Cruz      ?
  2-08-77  Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium     United Farm Workers Benefit     (also: Joan Baez)
  2-09-77  San Jose Center for the Performing Arts   
Save the Whales Benefit   (also: Warren Zevon)    (BGP)

  2-24-77  Hordern Pavilion, Sydney, Australia
  2-26
-77  Festival Hall, Brisbane, Australia 
  2-27
-77  Civic Theatre, Newcastle, Australia
  2-28
-77  Hordern Pavilion, Sydney, Australia  
  3-01
-77  Festival Hall, Melbourne, Australia     12:05am start
  3-02
-77  Festival Hall, Melbourne, Australia     
  3-04
-77  Entertainment Centre, Perth, Australia     
  3-05
-77  Entertainment Centre, Perth, Australia    
  3-08
-77  Festival Theatre, Adelaide, Australia    
  3-09
-77  Festival Theatre, Adelaide, Australia  
  3-11
-77  Festival Hall, Melbourne, Australia
  3-12
-77  Hordern Pavilion, Sydney, Australia
  3-16-77  Nakano Sun Plaza, Tokyo

  3-18-77  Nakano Sun Plaza, Tokyo          ticket      
  3-20-77  Shinjyuku Koseinenkin Hall, Tokyo   *
  3-23-77  Kanagawa Pref Hall, Yokohama, Japan     *
  3-24-77  Festival Hall, Osaka   *
  4-09-77  Harumi Dome, Tokyo * (Lindley also played with Terry Reid)    review
  4-10-77  Harumi Dome, Tokyo * (Lindley also played with Terry Reid)     ticket    

JACKSON BROWNE
Jackson Browne, David Lindley, Danny Kortchmar-guitar, Craig Doerge-keyboards, Leland Sklar-bass, Russ Kunkel-drums, Rosemary Butler-vocals, Doug Haywood-vocals

Rolling Stone Artist Calendar:
  8-11-77  Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison Colorado *

  8-12-77  Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison Colorado

  8-15-77  Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio
  8-17-77  Edwardsville, Illinois     (LP has some recordings from Holiday Inn in Edwardsville)   
    
  8-20-77  Castle Farms, Charlevoix, Michigan
 
  8-21-77  Pine Knob Music Theatre, Clarkston, Michigan
  8-23-77  Ravina Festival Grounds, Highland Park, Illinois
  8-26-77  Merriweather Post Pavillion, Columbia, Maryland
  8-27-77  Merriweather Post Pavillion, Columbia, Maryland *     (Running on Empty LP recordings)
  8-30-77  Pittsburgh Civic Arena, Pittsburgh   (stub)
  8-31-77  Robin Hood Dell, Philadelphia
  9-01-77  Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Saratoga Springs, New York

  9-02-77  Tanglewood Music Shed, Lenox, Mass   
  9-03-77  Cumberland County Civic Center, Portland, Maine  

  9-06-77  Garden State Arts Center, Holmdel, New Jersey
  9-07-77  Garden State Arts Center, Holmdel, New Jersey *     (Running on Empty LP recordings)
  9-11-77  Concord Pavillion, Concord   (BGP; SF Chronicle ad; flyer) *     
  9-12-77  Santa Barbara County Bowl, Santa Barbara
  9-13-77  Universal Amphitheatre, Los Angeles * (LA Times review 9-15-77)
  9-14-77  Universal Amphitheatre, Los Angeles
  9-15-77  Universal Amphitheatre, Los Angeles
  9-16-77  Universal Amphitheatre, Los Angeles
  9-17-77  Universal Amphitheatre, Los Angeles      (Running on Empty LP recordings)
  9-18-77  Universal Amphitheatre, Los Angeles
  9-24-77  NBC-TV Studio 8H, 30 Rockefeller Plaza, New York City     Saturday Night Live  *

10-01-77  Arcosanti, Cordes Junction, Arizona     Celebration of Health and Healing 

10-02-77  Arcosanti, Cordes Junction, Arizona     Celebration of Health and Healing  

Lindley played in the house band at Bread and Roses, behind some of these artists:   
10-07-77  Greek Theatre, Berkeley   Bread and Roses Festival          (Arlo Guthrie; Mimi Fariña; Hoyt Axton, Mickey Newbury, John McEuen; John Herald Band; Robin Williamson and his Merry Band)      ad  
10-08-77  Greek Theatre, Berkeley   Bread and Roses Festival           (Pete Seeger, Tom Paxton, Joan Baez, Dave Van Ronk, Theodore Bikel; Ramblin' Jack Elliott; Boys of the Lough)     (JB played benefit at Troubador, Los Angeles this night)
10-09-77  Greek Theatre, Berkeley   Bread and Roses Festival           (Jackson Browne; Terry Garthwaite and Toni Brown; Richie Havens; The Persuasions; Country Joe McDonald; Maria Muldaur; Josh White, Jr; Buffy Sainte-Marie)
 

   
JAMES TAYLOR   (Lindley, David Sanborn in band); THE SECTION: (Kooch, Sklar, Doerge, Keltner, Lindley)  
11-21-77  Marin Veterans Memorial Auditorum, San Rafael      (James Taylor, The Section)    (2,093)     (SF Chron review doesn't mention Lindley) 

11-22-77  Paramount Theatre, Oakland      (James Taylor, The Section)    (2,998)
11-25-77  Pantages Theatre, Los Angeles    
(James Taylor, The Section)  (billboard review 12-10-77)  


TERRY REID:
12-09-77  McCabe's Guitar Shop,  Santa Monica   (Terry Reid)        LA Times 12-06-77  pgJ24        
 
12-10-77  McCabe's Guitar Shop,  Santa Monica   (Terry Reid)       


12-31-77
The Forum, Los Angeles    (Bonnie Raitt opened)     (17,281)   (new or old band?)

JACKSON BROWNE
Jackson Browne, David Lindley, Danny Kortchmar-guitar, Craig Doerge-keyboards, Bob Glaub-bass, Jim Gordon-drums, Rosemary Butler-vocals, Doug Haywood-vocals:

  1-11-78  Albuquerque Civic Center    (Karla Bonhoff opens on this tour)   
  1-12-78  Special Events Center, University of Texas, El Paso 
  1-14-78  Tarrant County Convention Center, Fort Worth    *    *
  1-15-78  Municipal Auditorium, San Antonio
  1-16-78  Municipal Auditorium, Austin   With Karla Bonoff.
  1-17-78  The Summit, Houston
  1-19-78  Lloyd Noble Center, Norman, Oklahoma
  1-20-78  Hammons Center, Missouri State University, Springfield  

  1-22-78  Mississippi Coliseum, Jackson, Mississippi    *   
  1-23-78  The Centroplex, Baton Rouge    
  1-24-78  Municipal Auditorium, Mobile, Alabama     (RSAC)
  1-25-78  Atlanta Civic Center                          (RSAC)
  1-26-78  Boutwell Auditorium, Birmingham, Alabama     (RSAC)
  1-28-78  Bay Front Center, St. Petersburgh          (RSAC)
  1-29-78  Jai Alai Fronton, Miami                    (RSAC)

  3-18-78  State Fair Music Hall at State Park, Dallas

  3-19-78  State Fair Music Hall at State Park, Dallas
   
  3-21-78  Arena, Omaha    (7,529)
  3-24-78  Riverfront Coliseum, Cincinnati      (13,921)
  3-27-78  Municipal Auditorium, Nashville    (7,334)
  3-29-78  Mid-South Coliseum, Memphis        (9,932)
  3-31-78  Rupp Arena, Lexingon, Kentucky    (8,859)

  ?-??-78   Hill Auditorium, University of Michigan Ann Arbor  
 
  4-02-78  Memorial Gym, Kent State University, Kent, Ohio 
    (PL)
  4-04-78  St. John Arena, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio     (8,197)     
  4-05-78  University of Dayton Arena, Dayton, Ohio    (9,259)
   
  4-06-78  Anderson Arena, Bowling Green State University, Bowlling Green, Ohio  

  4-07-78  Millet Hall, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio     (10,170)  
  4-09-78  McGaw Hall, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois    (PL)       
  4-18-78  St. Paul Civic Cemter, St. Paul     (17,688)          stub             
  4-19-78  Hilton Coliseum, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa      (6,982)
  4-20-78  University of Iowa Fieldhouse, Iowa City     (6,290)
  4-21-78  Township Auditorium, Columbia, South Carolina   Palm Meadows Benefit   (?)   *     

  5-01-78  Barnwell, South Carolina     JB/DL     unannounced free concert for protesters of Savannah River Nuclear Plant  

  5-03-78  Lincoln Memorial, Washington, D.C.   (JB/DL/Doerge/Michael Murphy) 
  
  5-09-78  The Palladium, New York City       
  Karen Silkwood Defense Fund Benefit    (also: Bonnie Raitt)  
  5-22-78  Rapid City Civic Center, Rapid City, South Dakota    (Black Hills Alliance; also: Bonnie Raitt, JohnTrudell)
  5-24-78  Tulsa City Park, Tulsa   (Stop Black Fox; also: Bonnie Raitt, Danny O'Keefe)
  5-26-78  St. Paull Civic Center, St. Paul   (Northern Sun Alliance; also: Bonnie Raitt, John Trudell, Danny O'Keefe)

  6-08-78  Long Beach Convention Center Terrace Theatre, Long Beach   *   benefit   (LA Times listing)
  6-09-78  Spartan Stadium, San Jose  (Warren Zevon, Jimmy Buffett, Les Dudek opened)     poster   photos  
  6-10-78  Caleveras County Fairgrounds, Angels Camp Mountain Aire 78 *  
(Warren Zevon, Jimmy Buffett opened)     poster        
  6-11-78  Caleveras County Fairgrounds, Angels Camp Mountain Aire 78 *  
(Warren Zevon, Jimmy Buffett opened)     poster     
  6-23-78  Orpheum Theatre, Boston   *   (Benefit for the Clamshell Alliance and Clearwater Sloop; Pete Seeger opened)     program  

  6-24-78  Seabrook Nuclear Power Plant, Seabrook, New Hampshire  protest rally  (also: Pete Seeger, John Hall)
    
  
   
  7-25-78  Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium      Acoustic Benefit for a Solar Cal    (Danny O’Keefe opened; two shows)         program  
      
  8-01-78  Pine Knob Music Theatre, Clarkston, Michigan      db
      
  8-02-78  Pine Knob Music Theatre, Clarkston, Michigan      db
         
  8-04-78  Ravinia, Chicago    (PL)   

  8-05-78  Milwaukee       Summerfest       db

  8-07-78  Blossom Music Center, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio   
  
  8-08-78  Blossom Music Center, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio   
  8-10-78  Garden State Arts Center, Holmdel, New Jersey
  8-11-78  Garden State Arts Center, Holmdel, New Jersey
  8-12-78  Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, New York
  8-13-78 
Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, New York    (Rolling Stone review 10-19-78)
  8-15-78  Tanglewood Music Shed, Lenox, Mass
  8-16-78  Providence Civic Center       
  8-18-78  Merriweather Post Pavillion, Columbia, Maryland
  8-19-78  Merriweather Post Pavillion, Columbia, Maryland

  8-20-78  Merriweather Post Pavillion, Columbia, Maryland   (?)

  8-21-78  Robin Hood Theatre, Philadelphia *
  8-22-78  Robin Hood Theatre, Philadelphia    (?)
  8-24-78  International Convention Center, Niagra Falls
  8-25-78  War Memorial Auditorium, Rochester, New York
  8-27-78  Boston Garden     
  8-28-78 
Cumberland County Civic Center, Portland, Maine     (RSAC)
 
8-29-78  New Haven Coliseum, New Haven    *      photo   
 
8-31-78  Hampton, Virginia   
  9-02-78  Township Auditorium, Columbia, South Carolina   (Palmetto Alliance Benefit)   *  (?)
 
  9-02-78  Charlotte, North Carolina   ?

  9-03-78  Chapman Performing Arts Hall, Tulsa      Benefit for Karen Silkwood     acoustic
 

11-16-78?  TV Studio, Chicago?    Soundstage     (Ry Cooder Jazz Band)

JACKSON BROWNE
Jackson Browne, David Lindley, Danny Kortchmar-guitar, Craig Doerge-keyboards, Bob Glaub-bass, Russ Kunkel-drums, Rosemary Butler-vocals, Doug Haywood-vocals

  1-26-79  The Forum, Los Angeles      (JB/Graham Nash )   (LA Times review 1-30-79)
  1-27-79  Oakland Coliseum              (JB/Graham Nash )     (BGP; poster) *  (SF Chronicle review 1-30-79)
  1-29-79  San Diego Sports Arena      (JB/Graham Nash ) *
 
  4-08-79  Civic Center Park, San Francisco  (Lindley?; also: Graham Nash, Bonnie Raitt, Jesse Colin Young)

  4-09-79  Civic Center Park, San Francisco  (Lindley?; also: Graham Nash, Bonnie Raitt, Joan Baez, Mimi Fariña)

  5-??-79?  Mount Taylor, Grants, New Mexico  *

  5-06-79  Washington, DC                 No Nukes Rally *  (also: Graham Nash, Joel Bernstein, Dan Fogelberg, John Hall, John Sebastian, Joni Mitchell)
  6-09-79  Greek Theatre, Berkeley      MUSE Benefit  (also: Bonnie Raitt, John Sebastian)   *

  6-10-79  Hollywood Bowl, Hollywood    (also: Graham Nash, John Hall, John Sebastian)
  6-30-79  Camp Edwards, San Luis Obispo     Stop Diablo Canyon    (also: Graham Nash,  Bonnie Raitt, Jesse Colin Young, Peter Paul and Mary)   (7-25-80?)
  7-02-79  private ranch, Rapid City, South Dakota    Stop Uranium Mining   (concert? Lindley?; also: Bonnie Raitt, Jesse Colin Young)
  7-05-79  Orpheum Theatre, St. Paul     Northern Sun Alliance       (Lindley?; also: Bonnie Raitt, Jesse Colin Young)
  7-08-79  Mohawk Park, Tulsa    *  Tulsa Sun Festival/ Stop Black Fox/ Karen Silkwood Benefit   (also: Bonnie Raitt, Danny O'Keefe, Jesse Colin Young) 

GRAHAM NASH
with David Lindley, Tim Drummond-bass, Craig Doerge-keyboards, Joe Vitale-drums, Gloria Coleman-vocals, Brenda Eager-vocals, Cleo Kennedy-vocals::

  8-03-79  Universal Amphitheatre, Los Angeles
 
8-04-79  Universal Amphitheatre, Los Angeles     (also with JB at Lowell George tribute at Forum?)
 
8-05-79  Universal Amphitheatre, Los Angeles     (LA Times review 8-07-79)
  8-10-79  Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison, Colorado
  8-12-79  Memorial Hall, Kansas City
  8-15-79  Performing Arts Center, Milwaukee
  8-16-79  Chicago Auditorium Theatre
  8-17-79  Edwardsville, Illinios    Mississippi River Festival
  8-18-79  Dane County Coliseum, Madison, Wisconsin
  8-20-79  Blossom Music Center, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio
  8-21-79  Cincinnati Music Hall
  8-22-79  Stanley Theatre, Pittsburgh

No Nukes:
  9-19-79  Madison Square Garden, New York City   (Jackson Browne; Graham Nash;
James Taylor; also: John Hall; Bonnie Raitt; Doobie Brothers)
  9-20-79  Madison Square Garden, New York City   (Jackson Browne; Graham Nash
; James Taylor; also: John Hall; Bonnie Raitt; Doobie Brothers)
  9-21-79  Madison Square Garden, New York City   (Jackson Browne; Ry Cooder; also: Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band; Jesse Colin Young; Chaka Khan; Sweet Honey in the Rock)       ad    
  9-22-79  Madison Square Garden, New York City   (no Lindley? Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band; Peter Tosh; Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers; Bonnie Raitt; Gil-Scott Heron)
  9-23-79 Battery Park, New York City                      (no Lindley?; afternoon rally; Bonnie Raitt and band; Jackson Browne, John Hall, Graham Nash)
  9-23-79 Madison Square Garden, New York City   (no Lindley?; CSN; Raydio; Poco; MUSE All-Stars including JB with pickup band)

RY COODER/ DAVID LINDLEY:

10-02-79  Concert Hall, Perth, Australia *
10-04-79  Concert Hall, Perth, Australia      ?
10-08-79  Palais Theatre, St. Kilda, Melbourne   (only Melbourne concert)      
10-11-79?  Regent Theatre, Sydney, Australia
10-12-79?  Regent Theatre, Sydney, Australia
10-13-79  Regent Theatre, Sydney, Australia      ("third and final concert") 

10-20-79  Ventura County Fairgrounds, Ventura, California  Planet Earth Involvement Faire   (No Nukes benefit in memory of Phillipe Cousteau; JB, Poco, CSN)     Lindley  ? 

10-27-79  Toranomon Kubokoudou Theatre, Tokyo *
10-29-79  Toranomon Kubokoudou Theatre, Tokyo *
10-30-79  Nagoya *
10-31-79  Toranomon Kubokoudou Theatre, Tokyo     ticket       
11-02-79  Nakano Sun Plaza, Tokyo   *
11-06-79
  Mido Kaikan Hall, Osaka

GRAHAM NASH

  3-26-80  Fox Warfield Theatre, San Francisco  (BGP)   (Lindley ? ?)
 
3-27-80  Old Waldorf, San Francisco   ?  (BGP; ad lists Romantics, not Nash)

JACKSON BROWNE
Jackson Browne, David Lindley, Bob Glaub-bass, Russel Kunkel-drums, Craig Doerge-keyboards, Bill Payne-keyboards, Doug Haywood-vocals, Rosemary Butler-vocals:


  3-28-80  Pantages Theatre, Los Angeles        (also: Graham Nash)

  3-29-80  Pantages Theatre, Los Angeles        (also: Graham Nash, David Crosby)
  5-??-80  Honolulu    No Nukes Benefit   (also: Graham Nash, James Taylor)
  5-10-80  Andrews Amphitheatre, Manoa, Hawaii      (Ry Cooder, Graham Nash, Jesse Colin Young; Lindley?)    
 
  5-28-80  Dallas Convention Center   (listed in Texs Monthly magazine)

  6-21-80  Tanglewood Music Shed, Lenox, Mass      (postponed till 8-30-80)     (PL)   
  6-26-80  Dane County Coliseum, Madison, Wisconsin
  6-27-80  St. Paul Civic Center, St Paul

  6-28-80  Rosemont Horizon, Chicago         (15,611)
  6-30-80  Marcus Amphitheatre, Milwaukee Summerfest   *
  7-01-80  Riverfront Coliseum, Cincinnati    (11,920)
  7-02-80  Pittsburg Civic Center                   (11,855)
  7-04-80  Pine Knob Amphitheatre, Clarkston, Michigan
  7-05-80  Pine Knob Amphitheatre, Clarkston, Michigan      (Ann Arbor?)

  7-06-80  Pine Knob Amphitheatre, Clarkston, Michigan   

  7-07-80  Garden State Arts Center, Holmdel, New Jersey 
    (PL)
  7-08-80  Garden State Arts Center, Holmdel, New Jersey   

  7-09-80  Garden State Arts Center, Holmdel, New Jersey

  7-10-80  Hartford Civic Center, Hartford, Connecticut
  7-11-80  Robin Hood Dell, Philadelphia

  7-12-80 
Robin Hood Dell, Philadelphia
  7-14-80  Merriweather Post Pavillion, Columbia, Maryland
  7-15-80  Merriweather Post Pavillion, Columbia, Maryland
  7-16-80  Merriweather Post Pavillion, Columbia, Maryland      (38,364 total)
  7-18-80  The Scope, Norfolk, Virginia

  7-19-80  Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, New York
  7-20-80  Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, New York      *           (30,000 total)
  7-22-80  Memorial Auditorium, Rochester, New York         (8,765)
  7-23-80  Memorail Auditorium, Buffalo
 
 
  7-24-80  Boston Garden, Boston       (PL) 
 
  7-25-80?  Kammerer Ranch, Rapid City, South Dakota   ?
   Black Hills International Survival Gathering   (Lindley?)
  7-25-80?  Camp Edwards, San Luis Obispo     Stop Diablo Canyon    (also: Bonnie Raitt, Jesse Colin Young)   (6-30-80?)

  7-31-80  PNE Coliseum, Vancouver, British Columbia
  8-01-80  Seattle Center Coliseum, Seattle                       (12,443)

  8-02-80  Portland Memorial Coliseum, Portland, Oregon    (9,791)
  8-05-80  Oakland Coliseum, Oakland   (BGP)    (12,215)
  8-06-80  Cow Palace, San Francisco   (BGP)    *  (10,130)   

  8-08-80  San Diego Sports Arena                      

  8-09-80  Compton Terrace, Tempe                      (12,314)
  8-13-80  Tucson, Arizona     (LA Forum?) 
  8-14-80  Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles
  8-15-80  Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles    (with guest Bruce Springsteen)
  8-16-80  Los Angeles Forum, Los Angeles    (Billboard review 8-30-80)
  8-17-80  Santa Barabara County Bowl        (4,754)
  8-23-80  Mid-South Coliseum, Memphis    (11,999)
  8-24-80  Biloxi, Mississippi
  8-25-80  The Omni, Atlanta
  8-26-80  Charlotte Coliseum, Charlotte, South Carolina
  8-27-80  Greensboro, North Carolina
  8-29-80  New Haven, Connecticut       (cancelled)  
  8-30-80 
Tanglewood Music Shed, Lenox, Mass
  8-31-80  Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Saratoga Springs, New York
  9-01-80  Cumberland County Civic Center, Portland, Maine
  9-02-80  Providence, Rhode Island

  9-04-80  Alpine Valley Music Theatre, East Troy, Wisconsin      (10,540)
  9-05-80  Ann Arbor, Michigan
  9-06-80  Blossom Music Center, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio

  9-07-80  Blossom Music Center, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio

  9-08-80?  Toledo, Ohio  ?

  9-09-80  University of Dayton Arena, Dayton, Ohio
  9-10-80  Murphy Center, Murfreesboro, Tennessee     (10,782)
  9-12-80  Rupp Arena, Lexington, Kentucky    (11,809)
  9-13-80  Champaign, Illinois

  9-14-80  Indiana University Assembly Hall, Bloomington, Indiana    (poster)
  9-16-80  Kemper Arena, Kansas City
  9-17-80  The Myriad, Oklahoma City             (11,254) *

  9-18-80  Cleveland Music Hall      (cancelled/never happened)
  9-19-80  Special Events Center, University of Austin   (15,256)
  9-20-80  The Summit, Houston           (14,279)
  9-21-80 
Reunion Arena, Dallas          

11-10-80  Furitsu Taikukan, Osaka
11-11-80  Furitsu Taikukan, Osaka
11-13-80  Festival Hall, Osaka     *
11-14-80  Yubinchokin Hall, Hiroshima
11-16-80  Ishikawa Koseinenkin Hall, Kanazawa
11-17-80  Nagoya Koseinenkin Hall, Nagoya       *
11-19-80  Nigata Taikukan, Nigata
11-21-80  Sapporo Douritusangyoukyoushin Hall, Sapporo
11-23-80  Nippon Budokan, Tokyo
11-25-80  Nippon Budokan, Tokyo
 

DAVID LINDLEY AND EL RAYO-X 
David Lindley, Bernie Larsen-guitar, Jorge Calderon-bass, Ian Wallace-drums, Ras Baboo-percussion

  5-17-81  Keystone, Palo Alto   (Joy Ogle, Dead Ringers opened)
  5-18-81  Inn of the Beginning, Cotati
  5-19-81  Old Waldorf, San Francisco * (Great Builders opened)   (BGP; SF Chronicle review 5-28-82)
  5-20-81  Old Waldorf, San Francisco (Great Builders opened)    (BGP)
  5-21-81  The Catalyst, Santa Cruz *
  5-28-81  Golden Bear, Huntington Beach
  5-30-81  Cal Poly Pomona Music Bowl, Pomona    (open for Ambrosia)   
 
  6-??-81  Levie Auditorium, Santa Clara     (photo)     

 

Joe Walsh Neighborhood Tour, from Billboard ad:
  6-05-81  Oklahoma City    
  6-06-81  Kemper Arena, Kansas City    (ad)
  6-07-81  Omaha

  6-??-81  Norman, Oklahoma   *  ?   (tape)
  6-09-81  Kiel Auditorium, St. Louis
  6-10-81  Met Center, Minneapolis
  6-12-81  Poplar Creek Misic Theatre, Hoffman Estates, Illinois
  6-13-81  Pine Knob Music Theatre, Clarkston, Michigan
  6-14-81  Pine Knob Music Theatre, Clarkston, Michigan
  6-16-81  Cincinnati
  6-17-81? 
Indianapolis
 
6-17-81?  Palace Theatre, Columbus (Billboard Boxoffice 7-04-81 lists M. Henderson, not Lindley as opening act)
  6-19-81  Blossom Music Theatre, Cayahoga Falls, Ohio
  6-20-81  Blossom Music Theatre, Cayahoga Falls, Ohio
  6-21-81  Rochester, New York
  6-23-81  Columbia, Maryland
  6-24-81  The Spectrum, Philadelphia
  6-26-81  Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, New York  (ad; Billboard review 7-11-81)
  6-27-81  New Haven, Connecticut   *
  6-28-81  Cumberland County Civic Center, Portland, Maine (RSAC)
(Joe Walsh played some shows in July with Cold Chisel opening)

  6-30-81  Bottom Line, New York City
  7-10-81  The Roxy, Los Angeles   (rescheduled from 7-08-01)
  7-11-81  The Roxy, Los Angeles  *
  7-15-81  Amphitheatre, San Diego    (open for Joe Walsh)
  7-18-81  The Forum, Los Angeles     (open for Joe Walsh)    (LA Times review 7-21-81)
  7-19-81  Oakland Coliseum Arena, Oakland     (open for Joe Walsh)    (BAM ad 7-03-81)  (Lindley ?)
  7-24-81  Santa Barbara County Bowl   (open for Jackson Browne)       photo   
  8-19-81  Perkin's Palace, Pasadena
  8-21-81  Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre, Laguna Hills    (open for Charlie Daniels)   (first concert at Irvine Meadows)  
  8-22-81  The Turning Point, Riverside
  8-27-81  The Catalyst, Santa Cruz   *
  8-28-81  The Stone, San Francisco     (BAM listing)

  8-29-81  Keystone, Palo Alto          (BAM listing)
  8-30-81  Keystone, Berkeley          (BAM listing)
  9-06-81  Cal Expo Grandstands, Sacramento (open for Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers)
  9-18-81  Golden Bear, Huntington Beach
  9-19-81  Golden Bear, Huntington Beach

  ?-??-81  TV studio        Solid Gold     aired 10-17-81
 
10-??-81  (tour of
Japan opening for Jackson Browne)  ??
10-11-81  Stars Nightclub, Brampton, Ontario    
10-??-81  Le Club, Montreal    (letter to the editor, Montreal Gazette 12-04-81)        
10-19-81  Ottawa Civic Center      (open for the Tubes)   
10-24-81
  Bottom Line, New York City    (Billboard review11-21-81, page 49)
10-29-81  Gota Lejon, Stockholm, Sweden           poster    
10-31-81  Chateau Neuf, Oslo     *
11-02-81
  Metropol, Berlin    Rockpalast TV Broadcast  *
11-08-81  Beurschouwburg, Brussels, Belgium    *
   
11-08-81  King Biscuit Flour Hour features El Rayo-X, Triumph 

11-12-81  Odissea 2001, Milan     **
11-??-81  Stockholm       TV show

11-??-81  Borsden, Stockholm    *
11-??-81  The Venue,
London
11-21-81  Santa Cruz   ?  *

  ?-??-81  Improv Comedy Club       Evening at the Improv TV show     season 1 episode 11

  1-23-82  Santa Monica Civic Auditorium     Pro-Choice Benefit       (acoustic music by Holly Near, Taj Mahal, David Lindley, Meg Christian, Amanda McBroom, and surprise guests; hosted by Jane Fonda, Gloria Steinham, Tom Hayden)

  6-06-82  Rose Bowl, Pasadena      Peace Sunday   (guest with Jackson Browne and Graham Nash) *

DAVID LINDLEY AND EL RAYO-X
David Lindley, Bernie Larsen-guitar, Jorge Calderon-bass, Ian Wallace-drums:

  6-18-82  Little Bavaria, Del Mar
 
6-25-82  Golden Bear, Huntington Beach  (two shows)     ad   ad   
 
6-26-82  Golden Bear, Huntington Beach  (two shows)     ad   ad
 
6-27-82  Golden Bear, Huntington Beach  (two shows)     ad   ad    (BAM review 7-30-82)
 
7-10-82  Wolf & Rismiller's Country Club, Reseda            ad   

  7-31-82  Cambridge, England  -  Cambridge Folk Festival  * (solo)
 
8-01-82  Cambridge, England  -  Cambridge Folk Festival  * (solo; Lindley also sat in with David Bromberg band for two songs)

  8-28-82  St. Goersheusen, Germany Rockpalast TV Broadcast   *   (jam at end includes Lindley, Eric Burdon, Rory Gallagher, Frankie Miller)

10-02-82  Hop Singh's, Marina Del Rey     *
10-08-82  Golden Bear, Huntington Beach      ad  
10-09-82  Golden Bear, Huntington Beach
      ad  
10-15-82  The Pub, Cal State Fullerton    two shows    
  
10-21-82  The Rodeo, San Diego      db

10-27-82  Oasis Ballroom, Sacramento    $7.50      (Ian Shelter opened)
10-28-82  The Catalyst, Santa Cruz *
10-29-82  The Stone, San Francisco
10-30-82  Keystone, Palo Alto
10-31-82  The Club, Monterey
11-02-82  Cotati Cabaret, Cotati    (two shows)
11-03-82  Cabo's, Chico
11-05-82  The Roxy, Hollywood ? (BAM ad)
11-06-82  The Roxy, Hollywood ? (BAM ad)
11-09-82  The Roxy, Hollywood    *      ad    ad  
11-12-82  Golden Sails, Long Beach   (BAM ad)
11-13-82  Crawford Hall, UC Irvine            ad  
12-02-82  Hop Singh's, Marina Del Rey         ad  
12-03-82  Golden Bear, Huntington Beach      ad  
12-04-82  Golden Bear, Huntington Beach
      ad  
12-10-82  Hop Singh's, Marina Del Rey
12-11-82  Hop Singh's, Marina Del Rey * 

12-31-82  Knott's Berry Farm Buena Park      (also: Pointer Sisters, Poco, Johnny Otis, Bobby Day, Mylestones, etc)


 

  1-15-83  Old Waldorf, San Francisco  (8 & 11pm)  (Kevin Pollak opened)   (BAM listing)
 
1-17-83  Cotati Cabaret, Cotati     (BAM listing)
 
1-19-83  The Catalyst, Santa Cruz    * 
  2-14-83  Ripley Music Hall, Philadelphia    
 
2-15-83  Old Waldorf, San Francisco   2 shows  ?  (on BGP show list but not listed in BAM or ad)
  2-17-83
  New York University *     (One Life opened)     
  2-20-83  Bottom Line, New York City
  2-21-83  Bottom Line, New York City

 
3-10-83  Falconer Theatre, Copenhagen *
 
3-13-83?  Deutsches Museum, Munich, West Germany   *
 
3-13-83  Rosengarten, Mannheim, West Germany    (ad PL)  
  3-14-83  Stadthalle, Sindelfingen, West Germany    * 
  3-15-83  Musenaal, Rosengarten, Mannheim, West Germany     stub   
  3-16-83  Stadthalle, Cologne, West Germany     *
  3-19-83  CCH, Hamburg, West Germany     (two shows)  *

 
3-21-83  Hugenottenhalle, Neu-Isenburg, West Germany     (stub)   *
  3-23-83  Volkshaus, Zurich, Switzerland    *
  3-28-83  Rolling Stone, Milan, Italy     *
  3-31-83  Palace, Paris, France    *
  4-02-83  Vooruit Theatre, Ghent, Belgium    *

  4-05-83  Dingwalls Club,
London
  4-06-83  Dingwalls Club, London   *    (Music World review 5-31-83)
  4-30-83  Yomiuri Hall, Tokyo      *

 
5-04-83  Taku Taku, Kyoto, Japan    *
  5-05-83  Grateful Yucca, Nagoya    *
  5-06-83  Yomiuri Hall, Tokyo     *

JO-EL SONNIER AND FRIENDS
David Lindley, Garth Hudson, Albert Lee, Sid Page, Ian Wallace:

  7-29-83  McCabe's Guitar Shop, Santa Monica        ad   
 
8-13-83  Universal Amphitheatre, Los Angeles  -  Bluegrass Festival   ad   (solo; also: Byron Berline, John Hartford, Chris Hillman, Bernie Leadon, Mary MacGregor, John McEuen, Taj Mahal, Peter Rowan)
 
8-18-83  Keystone, Palo Alto   *       ad   
 
8-19-83  The Stone, San Francisco   ad  
  8-20-83  Keystone, Berkeley             ad  
  8-??-83  The Catalyst, Santa Cruz    *    (?)
   ?-??-83  The Cabaret  (Cotati?
San Jose?)    (Jo-el recalls a show here)
   ?-??-83  Palomino Club,
North Hollywood   (Jo-el recalls a show here)
 

DAVID LINDLEY AND EL RAYO-X
David Lindley, Bernie Larsen-guitar/keyboards, Phillip Chen-bass, Ian Wallace-drums, Ras Baboo-percussion   

  1-28-84  The Palomino, North Hollywood        ad    ad   ad   ad 
  2-03-84  Golden Bear, Huntington Beach       ad    ad    ad 
  2-04-84  Golden Bear, Huntington Beach
  2-08-84  The Catalyst, Santa Cruz   *
  2-09-84  Keystone, Berkeley        (BAM ad)
  2-10-84  Keystone, Palo Alto        (Ron Thompson opened)  (BAM ad)
  2-11-84  The Stone, San Francisco  (BAM ad)
  2-12-84  Cotati Cabaret, Cotati *    (two shows; The Bobs opened)    flyer     
  3-02-84  McCabe's Guitar Shop, Santa Monica  (solo)        ad 
  3-03-84  McCabe's Guitar Shop, Santa Monica  (solo)
        ad     

 
3-22-84  Civic Hall, Guildford, Surrey, UK    (Lindley, Rory Gallagher, Richard Thompson, Juan Martin) *
  3-24-84  Dominion Theatre, London    (Lindley, Rory Gallagher, Richard Thompson, Juan Martin)    *
 
3-??-84  Cambridge, England    (Lindley, Rory Gallagher, Richard Thompson, Juan Martin)
  5-03-84  Chateau Neuf, Oslo    *
  5-14-84  Vanha Ylioppilastola, Helsinki, Finland  *
  5-15-84  Copenhagen (solo)    *

NEW ACOUSTIC TRIO
David Lindley/ Steve Morse/ Richard Thompson:

  5-19-84  Killesberg Sommertheater, Stuttgart, West Germany  *
 
5-20-84  Circus Krone Bau, Munich, West Germany   *
 
5-21-84  Stadthalle, Erlangen, West Germany      *
  5-22-84  Rosengarten, Mannheim, West Germany    *
 
5-24-84  Tonhalle, Düsseldorf, West Germany    *
  5-25-84  Alte Oper, Frankfurt, West Germany *
 
5-26-84  WasserScholß, Unna, West Germany
  5-27-84  Stadtpark
, Hamburg, West Germany     *    (5-26-84?)

 
5-28-84  Philharmonic Hall, Berlin, West Germany   *
 
5-29-84  Kuppelsaal, Hanover, West Germany   *

  6-30-84  McCabe's Guitar Shop, Santa Monica    McCabes Anniversary Show  (with Jackson Browne; also: Richard Thompson, Elvis Costello, T Bone Burnett, Warren Zevon, John Hiatt, Jennifer Warnes)    *
 
8-12-84  Cotati Cabaret, Cotati *
 
9-01-84  The Catalyst, Santa Cruz

    
  2-28-85  Golden Bear, Huntington Beach   (LA Times mistakenly lists Lindley as appearing with Jo-el Sonnier and friends)   

  3-01-85  The Palace, Hollywood     (LA Times mistakenly lists Lindley as appearing with Jo-el Sonnier and friends)

  3-10-85  The Palace, Hollywood    Trouble in Paradise benefit (for homeless)   (Jackson Browne, Zuma II, Wall of Voodoo, Belinda Carlisle, The Bangles with Brian Wilson, etc)  (BAM Newsreels 4-12-85)

(months in the studio)

DAVID LINDLEY AND EL RAYO-X
David Lindley, Bernie Larsen-guitar, Jorge Calderon-bass, William "Smitty" Smith-keyboards, Walfredo Reyes-drums:

  6-28-85  Golden Bear, Huntington Beach      *
  6-29-85  Golden Bear, Huntington Beach
  7-08-85  Oscar's, Santa Barbara
  7-10-85  The Catalyst, Santa Cruz
  7-12-85  Wolfgang's, San Francisco   (8 & 11pm) *  (BGP)
  7-13-85  San Jose Cabaret    (BAM listing; BAM review 8-23-85)
  7-14-85  Cotati Cabaret, Cotati    two shows    flyer     
  7-22-85  Parody Hall, Kansas City     (poster with no day or year)
  7-23-85  Parody Hall, Kansas City     (poster with no day or year)
  8-03-85  La Casa de la Raza, Santa Barbara    Concerned About Oil Benefit
  8-09-85  Beverly Theatre, Beverly Hills     
  8-11-85  Descanso Beach, Avalon, Catalina Island  Splish-Splash Reggae Festival    (also: UB40, Mikey Dread, Blue Riddim Band)      
  8-18-85  Golden Bear, Huntington Beach
  9-13-85  Garrison Theatre, Claremont (Unforgiven opened)
  9-18-85  Wolfgang's, San Francisco      (BGP)    *
  9-20-85  The Catalyst, Santa Cruz
  9-22-85  Old Town Bar and Grill, Eureka, California
  9-28-85  Moore Theatre, Seattle (guest with Danny O'Keefe, also with Jackson Browne, Bonnie Raitt)
  9-29-85  Los Angeles Street Scene, Los Angeles
10-28-85  Santa Barbara County Bowl, Santa Barbara (sets also by Jackson Browne, J.D. Souther, Don Henley, Bonnie Raitt)     Yes on A   (Arlington Theatre ?)
11-06-85  The Palace, Hollywood *
11-16-85  Golden Bear, Huntington Beach, California   (solo)  (LA Times preview 11-15-85)    ad   
11-20-85  The Catalyst, Santa Cruz
11-22-85  Club Can't Tell, Sacramento
11-23-85  Palmz, Chico    (7:30 & 10:30)    ad   (Chico News & Review review 11-26-85)

12-03-85  The Backstage, Seattle     (two shows)    
12-06-85  Old Town Bar and Grill, Eureka (two shows)
12-20-85  McCabe's Guitar Shop, Santa Monica (solo; two shows)

  2-05-86  Cotati Cabaret, Cotati  *     (solo)       (BAM listing)
  2-06-86  The Catalyst, Santa Cruz (solo) (two shows)  (BAM listing)
  2-20-86  Glen Miller Club, Boulder *
  3-07-86  The Backstage, Seattle    (two shows)    
  3-13-86  Key Largo, Portland, Oregon     (two shows)
  3-17-86  Wolfgang's, San Francisco   *        stub  
  3-19-86  Palmz, Chico *  (7:30 & 10:30)
  
  
  3-20-86  Cotati Cabaret, Cotati    two shows   *
  
  3-21-86  The Catalyst, Santa Cruz *   
  3-29-86  The Coach House, San Juan Capistrano       ad  
  4-16-86  Lone Star Cafe, New York City (solo) (two shows)
  4-17-86  Lone Star Cafe, New York City (solo) (two shows)
  4-24-86  Nightstage, Boston

  5-30-86  McCabe's Guitar Shop, Santa Monica (solo)
  6-28-86  The Coach House, San Juan Capistrano (solo?)

DAVID LINDLEY AND EL RAYO-X
David Lindley, Ray Woodbury-guitar, Jorge Calderon-bass, William "Smitty" Smith-keyboards, Walfredo Reyes-drums:

  7-03-86  The Catalyst, Santa Cruz       (BAM listing)     
  7-04-86  Manor Downs. Austin  Farm-Aid II     (El Rayo-X scheduled to play but United only flew them as far as Denver)   

  7-04-86  Wolfgang's, San Francisco  *     ad  stub          
  7-17-86?  Last Call Saloon, Providence       (Providence Journal preview 7-17-86)

  7-18-86  Red Creek Inn, Rochester, New York   (two shows)  
 
  7-20-86  Hunt's, Burlington, Vermont 
        
  7-28-86  Lone Star, New York City   *

  8-02-86  French's Camp, Piercy, California     Reggae on the River         poster    website    
   
  8-05-86  Hiroshima Shudo University        Hiroshima Peace Concert     (El Rayo-X?  also: Graham Nash, J.D. Souther, Karla Bonhoff, many Japanese acts)   (8-06-86?  both days?)  Billboard 9-06-86 p86

  8-09-86  The Coach House, San Juan Capistrano *
  8-11-86  The Backstage, Seattle   (solo)         
  
  8-12-86  Town Pump, Vancouver     
(solo)     
  8-13-86  Town Pump, Vancouver     
(solo)        
  8-14-86  Town Pump, Vancouver 
    (solo) 
  8-22-86  The Palace, Hollywood (solo?)     
  9-07-86  Drive-in Movie Theatre, Munchen-Aschheim, Germany    (also: Third World, Manfred Mann's Earth Band, Joe Cocker)
11-01-86  McCabe's Guitar Shop, Santa Monica   (solo)
11-08-86  The Catalyst, Santa Cruz *
11-09-86  Wolfgang's, San Francisco
11-10-86  Old Town Bar and Grill, Eureka
11-11-86  Palmz, Chico     (7:30 & 10:30)
11-12-86  Cotati Cabaret, Cotati
11-22-86  Coach House, San Juan Capistrano
11-24-86  Belly Up, Solana Beach
12-10-86  Beverly Theatre, Beverly Hills   (solo; open for Bonnie Raitt with Padlock)

12-20-86  Japan Aid   (with Jackson Browne and Stas Namin)   review  
12-21-86  Japan Aid

  1-25-87  Baccanal, San Diego
  2-12-87  The Palace, Hollywood
  2-19-87  Back 40 Tavern, Tacoma, Washington
  2-20-87  The Backstage, Seattle
  2-??-87  Portland, Oregon

  3-11-87  Metropol, Berlin, Germany   *


  3-13-87  NBC-TV Studios, Burbank     The Tonight Show   (guest with Trio: Dolly Parton, Emmylou Harris, Linda Ronstadt) *
  ?-??-87   TV studio      country music show   (guest with Trio: Dolly Parton, Emmylou Harris, Linda Ronstadt) *  
  4-01-87  The Palomino, North Hollywood        ad   
  4-05-87  New George's, San Rafael  *         stub  
  4-07-87  Old Town Bar and Grill, Eureka   *    (Little Women opened)
  4-12-87  The Catalyst, Santa Cruz
  4-16-87  Belly Up Tavern, Solana Beach
  4-17-87  The Coach House, San Juan Capistrano 
  5-08-87  Rockefeller's, Houston

  5-09-87  Manor Downs, Austin, Texas Cowboys for Indians (solo; guest with Crosby, Stills)  *   photo    

JACKSON BROWNE/ DAVID LINDLEY

  5-10-87  Fox Theatre, Venice     (Bonnie Raitt, Crosby-Nash, Julio LaCarra opened)
  5-13-87  Beverly Theater, Los Angeles     (JB/DL; Bonnie Raitt, Crosby-Nash opened)      ad

  5-14-87  Beverly Theater, Los Angeles     (JB/DL; Bonnie Raitt, Crosby-Nash opened)    *
  5-16-87  Santa Barbara                            (JB/DL; Bonnie Raitt opened)
  5-17-87  Symphony Hall, San Diego       (JB/DL; Bonnie Raitt opened)
  5-19-87  Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium    (JB/DL; Bonnie Raitt opened) *
  5-21-87  Seattle Center Opera House, Seattle                  (JB/DL; Bonnie Raitt opened) *

DAVID LINDLEY AND EL RAYO-X 

  7-04-87  Cotati Cabaret, Cotati     (Cry on Cue opened)     
  ?-??-87 
New York City
 
7-11-87  Winnepeg Folk Festival (also guest with Ellen McIlwaine) *     
  7-18-87  Barrymore's, Ottawa. Ontario         stub
 
  7-??-87  Iron House Cafe, Northampton, Massachusetts       (89 seat coffehouse)     
  7-22-87  Lone Star Cafe, New York City
    
  7-23-87  Lone Star Cafe, New York City  
    
  8-01-87 
French's Camp, Piercy, California     Reggae on the River      poster     website      
 
8-22-87  Caleveras County Fairgrounds, Angels Camp Mountain Aire (open for Santana, Grateful Dead) *     poster   handbill   laminate  shirt   
 
8-23-87  Caleveras County Fairgrounds, Angels Camp Mountain Aire (open for Santana, Grateful Dead) *
  9-09-87  Coach House, San Juan Capistrano    ad 
  9-18-87  McCabe's Guitar Shop, Santa Monica    ad  

10-??-87  a week in Colorado and Utah
10-10-87  Boulder   *
11-01-87  Coach House, San Juan Capistrano   (solo)  
11-12-87  Old Town Bar and Grill, Eureka  (solo)    *
11-13-87  Berkeley Community Theatre (open for Jimmy Cliff)    (BGP)     ticket    
11-15-87  Wiltern Theatre, Los Angeles (open for Jimmy Cliff)      ad   
11-16-87  Wiltern Theatre, Los Angeles (open for Jimmy Cliff)    *
11-??-87  ?   another show opening for Jimmy Cliff
12-05-87  New George's, San Rafael       (BAM listing)
12-14-87  (practice at Lindley's)
12-15-87  (practice at Lindley's)
12-16-87  (practice at Lindley's)

12-18-87  The Catalyst, Santa Cruz    *
12-19-87  Skywalker Ranch, Micasio  -   George Lucas's Christmas Party
12-20-87  Cotati Cabaret       (8:00 & 11:00)

12-29-87  Pine Street Theatre, Portland, Oregon     poster    

12-30-87  Seattle (two shows) *

Trans Canada Tour probable gigs
  1-??-88 
Vancouver, British Columbia
  1-??-88 
Victoria, British Columbia
  1-??-88  Whistler,
British Columbia
  1-??-88 
Banff, Alberta
  1-??-88 
Red Deer, Alberta
  1-??-88 
Edmonton, Ontario
  1-??-88 
Calgary, Alberta
  1-??-88 
Regina, Saskatchewan
  1-??-88 
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
 
1-13-88  Pantages Playhouse Theatre, Winnepeg, Ontario   (Winnepeg Sun review 1-14-88)
 
1-15-88  The Cabooze, Minneapolis     (poster)
 
1-16-88  The Cabooze, Minneapolis  *
  1-??-88 
Chicago
  1-??-88 
Detroit
  1-??-88 
London, Ontairo
 
1-20-88  The Diamond, Toronto, Ontario
  1-??-88 
Kingston, Ontario
 
1-22-88  Barrymore’s, Ottawa, Ontario   poster
  1-??-88 
Montreal, Quebec
  1-??-88 
Quebec, Quebec
  1-??-88 
St. Johns, Newfoundland
  1-??-88 
Fredrickton, New Brunswick    
  1-29-88  Coach House, San Juan Capistrano    ad        

  2-19-88  McCabe's Guitar Shop, Santa Monica 
  3-25-88  Rockefeller's, Houston (two shows) *
  3-26-88  Storyville Jazz Hall, New Orleans   (John Rankin opened)  poster  
 
  3-29-88  Cotton Club, Atlanta        db
 
  4-01-88  The Roxy, Washington, DC
    
  4-04-88  Bottom Line, New York City   (also: John Hammond)  
  4-05-88  Bottom Line, New York City   (also: John Hammond)     
  4-09-88  Renaissance Theatre, Rochester, New York *

  4-21-88  The Strand, Redondo Beach     ad   
  4-22-88  Holiday Inn, Ventura      *
  4-23-88  Kennel Club, San Francisco *
  4-25-88  Old Town Bar and Grill, Eureka *
  4-26-88  Old Town Bar and Grill, Eureka *
  4-28-88  330 Wall Street, Chico *       (Spark 'n' Cinder opened)     preview     

  5-04-88  The Roxy, Los Angeles       (8:00 & 10:45)     ad   

  6-17-88  Wiltern Theatre, Los Angeles     Ash Grove 30 Year Reunion    (with Richard Greene; also: David Crosby, Chris Hillman, Roger McGuinn, Rosie Flores, etc)    *       ad    
  7-15-88  Aragon Ballroom, Minneapolis * (7-18-88?)
   
  7-??-88?  Oasis Stage, Midsummer Festival, Minneapolis    ?    (Minneapolis Star-Tribune 6-17-88)

  7-??-88  Winnepeg Folk Festival   ?
  7-29-88  Laguna Seca Recreation Area, Monterey   (open for Grateful Dead, Los Lobos) *      poster    
  7-30-88  Laguna Seca Recreation Area, Monterey   (open for Grateful Dead, Los Lobos) *
  7-31-88  Laguna Seca Recreation Area, Monterey   (open for Grateful Dead, Los Lobos) *
  8-01-88  Santa Clara County Fairgrouonds, San Jose  -  Santa Clara County Fair

  8-05-88  330 Wall Street, Chico *
  8-06-88  French's Camp, Piercy, California  Reggae on the River  (3:20-4:40)    poster   website   
  8-07-88  Cotati Cabaret, Cotati   (8:00 & 11:00)  *
  8-10-88  Mardi Gras Ballroom, Boise
  8-11-88  Triad Amphitheatre, Salt Lake City

  8-12-88  Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison, Colorado Reggae on the Rocks *
  8-13-88  Pado Solari Amphitheatre, Santa Fe

  8-20-88  Coach House, San Juan Capistrano         ad    

  9-02-88  Pine Street Theatre, Portland, Oregon *                  poster  
  9-03-88  Eugene Hilton Ballroom, Eugene, Oregon                  poster 
  9-04-88  Seattle Center Coliseum     Bumbershoot Festival *
  9-06-88  Harpo's, Victoria, British Columbia
  9-17-88  Ventura Theatre, Ventura *

  9-18-88  Santa Cruz County Fair *
  9-23-88  KZAP-FM Studios, Sacramento (interview)   * 
  9-24-88  The Fillmore, San Francisco *      (Bhundu Boys opened)    poster     
  9-25-88  San Jose Convention Center     KOME Rock Expo  *
10-07-88  The Paradise, Boston     (Boston Globe review 10-10-88)
 
10-08-88  The Ritz, New York City    (also: Shinehead)   *

10-09-88?  The Bayou, Washington, DC
10-12-88  Chestnut Cabaret, Philadelphia *  
10-19-88  Monsoon's, Flagstaff, Arizona    (poster)  
   
10-23-88  Armstrong Hall, Colorado Springs *   
10-24-88  Boulder Coast, Boulder *
10-25-88  Boulder Coast, Boulder    (poster)
10-29-88  George L. Brown Convention Center, Houston    Rocktoberfest
11-01-88  Tipitina's, New Orleans     poster     

11-11-88  The Cabooze, Minneapolis (two shows)*
11-20-88  KMPC Radio Interview *
11-25-88  The Palace, Hollywood   *      menu 
12-15-88  Mateel Community Center, Redway    ?
12-31-88  Henry J. Kaiser Convention Center, Oakland (open for Little Feat with Bonnie Raitt; also: Ivan Neville) *   (last show with Smitty and Walfredo)    poster        

  1-??-89?  MTI Studios, New York City   Sunday Night (syndicated TV) aired 1-14-89*
 
1-28-89  Universal Amphitheatre, Los Angeles (solo; opened for Robert Cray?) *

DAVID LINDLEY AND EL RAYO-X
David Lindley, Bernie Larsen-guitar, Jorge Calderon-bass, Ian McLagen-keyboards, Rock Dedrick-drums:

  2-09-89  Belly Up Tavern, Solana Beach   *  
  2-11-89  The Coach House, San Juan Capistrano      db
  2-??-89  TV Studio, Los Angeles       The Arsenio Hall Show            (in David Crosby’s Band)
  3-03-89  The Strand, Los Angeles (two shows) *
  4-08-89  tennis court, Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo   Poly Vue Carnival/Dance     (also: Damon Wayans)      poster    
  4-13-89  The Catalyst, Santa Cruz *
  4-14-89  The Catalyst, Santa Cruz *
  4-15-89  Fillmore, San Francisco *     poster       
  4-24-89  Bourbon House, Osaka   *
  4-25-89  Bourbon House, Osaka   *

  4-30-89  Yomuiri Hall, Tokyo *

  5-02-89  Yomuiri Hall, Tokyo *
  5-20-89  U.C. Santa Cruz *
  5-29-89  Cotati Cabaret, Cotati (two shows) *

JACKSON BROWNE / DAVID LINDLEY AND EL RAYO-X:

  6-06-89  Mann Music Center, Philadelphia *
  6-07-89  Mann Music Center, Philadelphia
  6-11-89  Radio City Music Hall, New York City
  6-15-89  Manchester, New Hampshire
  6-16-89  Jones Beach, New York           (RSAC)
  6-17-89  East Rutherford, New Jersey      (RSAC)
  6-18-89  Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Saratoga Springs, New York *      (RSAC)
  6-19-89  Penn's Landing, Washington, DC    6-02-89?
  6-20-89  Mansfield, Mass      (RSAC)
  6-21-89  Mansfield, Mass      (RSAC)
  6-23-89  Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio      (RSAC)
  6-24-89  Clarkston, Michigan      (RSAC)
  6-25-89  Molson Park, Barrie, Ontario *    Mariposa Festival        (RSAC)
  6-27-89  Merriweather Post Pavillion, Columbia, Maryland      (RSAC)
  6-28-89  Merriweather Post Pavillion, Columbia, Maryland      (RSAC)
  6-29-89  Ontario, Canada       Mariposa Folk Festival
  6-30-89  Atlantic City
  7-01-89  Pittsburgh Civic Arena, Pittsburgh    (stub)
  7-01-89  Toledo            (RSAC, cancelled)
  7-05-89  Hoffman Estates, Illinois      (RSAC)

  7-08-89  Fox Theatre, St. Louis

  7-09-89  Sandstone Amphitheatre, Bonner Springs, Kansas
  7-??-89  Darien Lake, New York      (cancelled - weather)

  7-20-89  Sun Dome, Tampa
  7-??-89  Lakewood Amphitheatre, Atlanta

  7-25-89  Nashville         (RSAC)
  7-26-89  Birmingham      (RSAC)
  7-28-89  Memphis          (RSAC)
  7-29-89  Dallas              (RSAC)
  7-31-89  Sunken Gardens Theatre, San Antonio      (RSAC)
  8-01-89  The Summit, Houston          *   (RSAC)  (8-02-89?)
  8-03-89  Aqua Fest Auditorium, Austin                  (RSAC)
  8-04-89  Oklahoma City      (RSAC)
  8-09-89  California Mid-State Fair, Paso Robles   *
  8-11-89  Universal Amphitheatre, Los Angeles
  8-12-89  Dunsmuir House and Gardens, Oakland (solo; afternoon show; open for John Hiatt) *     poster   ticket      
  8-12-89  Universal Amphitheatre, Los Angeles
  8-13-89  Universal Amphitheatre, Los Angeles *
  8-15-89  Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison, Colorado
  8-16-89  Park West, Salt Lake City

  8-19-89  Champs de Brionne Winery  Amphitheatre, George, Washington 
  8-22-89  Concord Pavilion, Concord *      (BGP)
  8-25-89  Shoreline Amphitheater, Mountain View*    ad      
  8-26-89  Invine Meadows Amphitheatre, Laguna Hills     poster
  8-27-89  San Diego State University Open Air Theatre, San Diego    (LA Times listing)

DAVID LINDLEY AND EL RAYO-X:

  9-09-89  San Diego San Diego Street Scene *
11-15-89  Santa Monica Civic Auditorium     (Ry Cooder/David Lindley open for Bonnie Raitt)        (LA Times ad; LA Times review11-17-89)  (Benefit for California Environmental Protection Initiative) *
11-29-89  The Forge, Victoria, British Columbia   (Jazz Butcher opened)
11-30-89  Pine Street Theatre, Portland  *

12-01-89  Town Pump, Vancouver, British Columbia
12-02-89  The Backstage, Seattle (7:30 & 10:00) *

12-03-89  Buffalo Bill's, Whistler, British Columbia
12-08-89  The Catalyst, Santa Cruz *

12-09-89  The Catalyst, Santa Cruz *
12-10-89  SLO Brewing Company, San Luis Obispo
12-13-89  Silver Dollar Fairgrounds, Chico *     handbill 

12-14-89  Raven Theatre, Healdsburg   (Roy Rogers and Norton Buffalo opened)  (poster)

12-15-89  The Warfield, San Francisco * (also: Camper van Beethoven)  (BGP)
12-16-89  Mateel Comminity Center, Redway -  Black and Red Ball *
12-29-89  Ventura Theatre, Ventura     ad     
12-30-89  The Strand, Redondo Beach       ad        
12-31-89  Coach House, San Juan Capistrano    (7:00 & 11:00)     ad      

RY COODER AND DAVID LINDLEY

  5-11-90  Showa Woman's University Hitomi Memorial Hall, Setagaya, Tokyo     
  5-12-90  Shibuya Kokaido, Shibuya, Tokyo   

  5-1
3-90  NHK Hall, Shibuya, Tokyo    *
  5-14-90  Festival Hall, Osaka    *

  5-16-90  Kanni Hoken Hall, Shinagawa, Tokyo    

  5-18-90  Kanagawa Kenmin Hall, Yokohama    

  5-19-90  Archaic Hall, Osaka
 
  5-20-90  Sun Plaza Hall, Nakano, Tokyo   

  ?-??-90
  Kazakh, Soviet Union    Asian music festival  (Ry?)      (LA Times 6-12-91)   
  6-??-90  Glastonbury Festival    (6-22 > 6-24)

  6-26-90  Apollo Theatre, Manchester         stub    

  6-29-90  Denmark  -  Rosklide Festival   *
  
  6-30-90  Royal Festival Hall, London    *

  7-01-90  Stadtpark, Hamburg, West Germany    *  
  7-02-90  Carre Theatre, Amsterdam  *
  
  7-03-90  Carre Theatre, Amsterdam  *

  7-04-90  The Grand Rex, Paris    

  7-06-90  Palatrussardi, Milan     *   (Flaco jimenez opened)
  7-08-90  Rock Werchter Open Air Festival   

  7-09-90  Casino de Montreaux, Montreaux, Switzerland  *
 
  7-12-90  Hammersmith Odeon, London            review    
  7-13-90  Hammersmith Odeon, London
  7-14-90  Hammersmith Odeon, London  
  7-15-90  Hammersmith Odeon, London
  7-??-90  Belgium  *

  8-10-90  Harbourfront, Toronto       (WOMAD) 

  8-12-90  Newport, Rhode Island        Newport Folk Festival*
  8-24-90  Zellerbach, Auditorium, Berkeley  *
  8-25-90  French's Camp Electric on the Eel  *   (also: Queen Ida and the Bon Temps Zydeco Band, Roy Rogers and the Delta Rhythm Kings)       flyer       handbill      
  9-01-90  Orpheum Theatre, Vancouver, British Columbia  *   
  9-02-90  Seattle Center Coliseum, Seattle         Bumbershoot Festival  *  (Ry/DL)
  9-02-90  Seattle Center Arena, Seattle  Bumbershoot Festival   (solo)

10-12-90?  Newport Folk Festival   (Providence Journal 8-13-90 pg D-01)
10-13-90  Beacon Theatre, New York City *

10-20-90  Santa Cruz Vets Center (solo) *    

  3-21-91  Raymond Theatre, Pasadena Benefit for a Friend (solo; with Hani; JB; Crosby/Nash) 

DAVID LINDLEY WITH HANI NASER:

  6-13-91  The Strand, Redondo Beach, California   
  6-14-91  The Coach House, San Juan Capistrano      (LA Times 6-12-91)  
   
  6-15-91  The Coach House, San Juan Capistrano  
        
  7-05-91  Montreal    
  7-12-91  Chateau St. Michelle Winery, Woodinville, Washington     flyer     
  9-06-91  John Van Duzer Theatre, CSU Humboldt, Arcata
  9-07-91  Slim's, San Francisco
  9-11-91  The Catalyst, Santa Cruz
  9-13-91  Benbow Lake, Benbow
  9-14-91  Nevada County Fairgrounds, Grass Valley

10-??-91  (Lindley and Henry Kaiser visit Madagascar for two weeks)     

  5-22-92  Camp Mather, California Strawberry Music Festival
 
6-22-92  Chantangua Auditorium, Boulder      poster   
 
6-25-92  KCET -FM Studios, Los Angeles     (guest with The Pahinui Brothers, also with Ry Cooder)
 
7-25-92  The Backstage, Seattle
 
7-26-92  Eugene Hilton Ballroom, Eugene     (Kegels opened)     poster
  7-??-92  Portland, Oregon

  8-29-92  Laguna Seca Outdoor Amphitheatre, Monterey    handbill  (also: Bela Fleck and the Flecktones; Clan Dyken; Way Oout West; Alice DiMicele)
10-10-92  Shoreline Amphitheatre, Mountain View  The Good Road Concert  (guest with Jackson Browne; also: Santana; Steve Miller Band; Mickey Hart; John Lee Hooker etc)    poster     program   
10-11-92  Shoreline Amphitheatre, Mountain View  Healing the Sacred Hoop (Ry Cooder/ David Lindley; also: Bonnie Raitt; Don Henley; Little Feat; Todd Rundgren, etc)    poster    
11-01-92  Frankfurt, Germany Henry Kaiser Slide Guitar Project (with Bob Brozman, Merl Saunders)        

  2-13-93   Main Point, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania   *
 
3-19-93  Arlington Theatre, Santa Barbara    Benefit for Bill Wallace    (Tom Ball and Kenny Sultan, RC/DL, Kenny Loggins)   
  ?-??-93   Wilbert's, Cleveland  
  4-25-93  Nightstage, Cambridge, Massachusets

  4-27-93  Raoul's, Portland, Maine  
  
  5-01-93  Bottom Line, New York City  

  5-09-93  Mountain Stage, Charleston, West Virginia  *
  5-??-93  Birchmere, Alexandria, Virginia  (Washington Post review 5-12-93)

  5-30-93  Strawberry Festival, Camp Mather    *

  6-02-93  Great American Music Hall, San Francisco        db

  6-04-93  Luther Burbank Center, Santa Rosa   *
  6-27-93  Old Town Novato, Novato, California     Novato Festival of Art and Music  ad   (also: Elvin Bishop, Maria Muldaur, Steve Seskin, etc)
  7-??-93  Max's on Broadway, Baltimore   
 
  7-23-93  McCabe's Guitar Shop, Santa Monica     *

  7-24-93  McCabe's Guitar Shop, Santa Monica     *   
 
  9-12-93  Avila Bay Resort, Avila Bay      

  9-25-93  Telluride, Colorado   One World Festival   (also: Ziggy Marley, Jimmy Cliff, Timbuk 3, Richie Havens)     (9-26-93? both?)

11-14-93  Laxson Auditorium, CSU Chico, California  *    preview    poster      
11-16-93  John Van Duzer Theatre, CSU Humboldt, Arcata  *   (poster)
11-17-93  The Catalyst, Santa Cruz
11-18-93  New George's, San Rafael (two shows)   
11-20-93  Coach House, San Juan Capistrano   (Hans Olsen opened)  
   
11-21-93  Loco Ranchero, San Luis Obispo     *  
 

  2-02-94Los Angeles? (Jackson Browne Going Home videotape)       

  2-24-94  Garberville Theatre, Garberville   poster
 
2-27-94  Bridges Hall, Pomona College, Claremont   -  benefit for Claremont Spring Folk Festival  (2 pm)     

  4-27-94  The Fillmore, San Francisco (Ry Cooder/ David Lindley; opened for Smashing Pumpkins; also: American Music Club; Fillmore post-quake reopening) *   poster    invite   photo      
 
4-30-94  Fairgrounds, New Orleans (Ry Cooder/ David Lindley)  *

  8-29-94  Laguna Seca Recreation Area     (August Jam; also: Bela Fleck and the Flecktones, Clan Dyken, Way Out West, Alice DiMicele)    cancelled      flyer     
  8-30-94  Great American Music Hall, San Francisco *
  9-02-94  Music Millenium, Portland (CD signing)
  9-03-94  Washington Park Rose Garden Amphitheatre, Portland *
  9-04-94  Starfish Room, Vancouver, British Columbia       poster       
  9-05-94  Seattle Center Memorial Stadium, Seattle    Bumbershoot Festival
  9-07-94  Luther Burbank Center, Santa Rosa (with Richard Thompson)
  9-08-94  Palms Playhouse, Davis (two shows) *
  9-10-94  Blues at Benbow Festival, Benbow, California    Blues at Benbow Festival   (also: Curtis Salgado and the Stiletos, Blue Haze, Indiana Slim & TT Fingers)     poster      
  9-11-94  The Catalyst, Santa Cruz   *
  9-13-94  Rockin' Horse, Phoenix * (also: Richard Thompson)
  9-13-94  Hayden Square, Tempe, Arizona?
  9-14-94  Sweeney Center, Santa Fe, New Mexico (also: Richard Thompson, Buckwheat Zydeco)
  9-17-94  The Backyard, Bee's Cave [Austin] (opened for Richard Thompson)
  9-18-94  Caravan of Dreams, Fort Worth (with Richard Thompson)
  9-20-94  House of Blues, New Orleans
  9-22-94  Proud Larry's, Oxford, Miss
  9-24-94  Handle Bar, Greenville, South Carolina
  9-25-94  Cultural Center Theatre, Charleston, West Virginia     Mountain Stage Radio Show *
  9-28-94  Fleetwood's, Alexandria, Virginia
  9-30-94  Stephen Talkhouse, Amagansett, New York
10-01-94  The Bottom Line, New York City
10-02-94  The Bottom Line, New York City
10-06-94  Iron Horse, Northampton, Mass
10-08-94  Town Crier, Pawling, New York
10-09-94  State Theatre, Portland, Maine
10-12-94  Phoenix Concert Theatre, Toronto
10-14-94  Wilbert's Bar and Grill, Cleveland
10-15-94  Sullys, Dearborn, Michigan
10-16-94  Cubby Bear, Chicago
10-20-94  Maintenance Shop, Ames, Iowa

10-27-94  Bluebird Theatre, Denver     poster        

10-28-94  Sunset Jazz Club, Fort Collins, Colorado     poster 
12-02-94  McCabe's Guitar Shop, Santa Monica        *    five nights total   

12-03-94  McCabe's Guitar Shop, Santa Monica        *

  3-05-95  The Palace, Hollywood Benefit for Yvonne Calderon (Ry, Warren, Crosby, Nash, JB, EI Rayo-X reunion) *     

  6-08-95  Colorado Chautauqua Auditorium, Boulder ? (also: Richard Thompson)
 
6-09-95  Colorado Chautauqua Auditorium, Boulder (also: Richard Thompson) *
 
6-12-95  The Coach House, San Juan Capistrano (opened for Richard Thompson) *    stub    

COODER/ LINDLEY FAMILY
David Lindley, Ry Cooder, Joachim Cooder, Roseanne Lindley

  6-??-95  Belly Up, Solano Beach
  6-04-95  The Coach House,
San Juan Capistrano  (6-11-95?)
  6-??-95  National Stadium,
Dublin   (The Buzz review July 95)
 
6-18-95  Ulster Hall, Belfast'
  6-??-95 
Utrecht
  6-22-95 
Koningin Elizabethzaal, Antwerp, Belgium  
  6-??-95 
Paris
  6-??-95 
Glasgow
  6-??-95 
Manchester
  6-??-95  Birmingham
  6-30-95  Royal Festival Hall, London

  7-01-95  Royal Festival Hall, London

  7-04-95  Piazza Duomo, Pistoia
  7-05-95  Villa Arconate, Bollate, Italy
  7-06-95  Staatsoper (State Opera House), Vienna, Austria
 
  8-23-95  Nakano Sun Plaza, Tokyo

  8-24-95  Nakano Sun Plaza, Tokyo   
  8-25-95  Kanagawa Kenmin Hall, Yokohama    
  8-26-95  Koseinenkin Hall, Tokyo
  8-28-95  Kan-I-Hoken Hall, Tokyo   
 
  8-30-95  Fukuoka      
 
  8-30-95  Festival Hall, Osaka  

  9-01-95  Osaka    *  

DAVID LINDLEY WITH HANI NASER:

  9-09-95  Solari Amphitheatre, Santa Fe, New Mexico     One World Festival
  9-10-95  Solari Amphitheatre, Santa Fe, New Mexico     One World Festival
  9-12-95  One World Cafe, Telluride
  9-14-95  The Zephyr Club, Salt Lake City
  9-15-95  Mangy Moose, Teton Village, Wyoming
  9-18-95  Town Pump, Vancouver, British Columbia      poster   
  9-20-95  Aladdin Theatre, Portland, Oregon      poster   *
  9-22-95  Great American Music Hall, San Francisco     ad     
  9-23-95  Cedar Grove, Bidwell Park, Chico    Chico World Music Festival   *     mailer  
  9-25-95  Underground, Santa Barbara
  9-26-95  The Belly Up, Solana Beach
10-03-95  Proud Larry's, Oxford, Mississippi   poster
10-08-95  Jones C. Edwards Playhouse, Huntington, West Virginia     Mountain Stage
10-11-95  The Barns at Wolf Trap, Vienna, Virginia
10-13-95  Bottom Line, New York City
10-14-95  Music Hall, Tarrytown, New York
10-15-95  Iron Horse, Northampton, Mass   *
10-18-95  Raoul's, Portland, Maine
10-19-95  Raoul's, Portland, Maine
10-20-95  Unitarian Church, Portsmouth, New Hampshire   *
10-22-95  House of Blues, Cambridge, Mass
11-??-95 
Austin
11-??-95 
Houston
11-??-95 
Tulsa
11-??-95 
Chicago
11-??-95 
Milwaukee
11-??-95 
Ann Arbor
11-??-95 
Minneapolis
11-??-95 
Ames, Iowa
11-??-95 
Kansas City
11-??-95 
Denver
11-??-95 
Bozeman, Montana
11-??-95 
Missoula, Montana            

  2-19-96  Sierra Nevada Brewery Taproom, Chico   *
  2-20-96  Palms Playhouse, Davis    two shows   *
  2-22-96  The Catalyst, Santa Cruz   *  
  2-24-96  Garberville Theatre, Garberville   * 

  2-26-96  Back Stage, Santa Barbara     *  
  
  5-19-96  Pimper's Paradise, Shizuoka, Japan    poster
  6-01-96  Universal Amphitheatre, Los Angeles   (also: J.J. Cale; Little Feat; Robert Cray)       Variety review   
  6-03-96  Sierra Nevada Brewery Taproom, Chico   *
  6-04-96  Arcata Theatre, Arcata   *
  6-05-96  Buffalo Music Hall, Ashland, Oregon      poster   
  6-07-96  Maritime Hall, San Francisco
  6-08-96  St. Joseph's, Grass Valley   *
  6-09-96  The Passage, Truckee
  6-10-96  Town Hall Theatre, Quincy        (poster)      
  6-12-96  The Zephyr Club, Salt Lake City
  6-14-96  Mishawaka Amphitheatre, Bellvue, Colorado
  6-16-96  Boulder     E Town radio show  
  6-16-96  Little Bear, Evergreen, Colorado         poster   
  6-18-96  Bozeman, Montana
  6-21-96  Town Park, Telluride, Colorado      Telluride Bluegrass Festival
  6-29-96  Flagstaff Music Festival, Flagstaff, Arizona
  7-06-96  The Coach House, San Juan Capistrano
  7-20-96  Cultural Center Theatre, Charleston, West Virginia   Mountain Stage Radio Show  *
  7-26-96  Mission Folk Festival, British Columbia
  7-28-96  Calgary Folk Festival, Calgary, Alberta
  8-02-96  Jasper Folk Festival, Jasper, Alberta
  8-04-96  Canmore Folk Festival, Canmore, Alberta   
  8-10-96  Edmonton Folk Festival, Edmonton, Alberta
  9-01-96  Black Oak Ranch, Laytonville    Wavy Gravy's Hog Farm Annual Rock n Roll Pig-nic *    poster    
  9-02-96  2nd Street Fair, Sausalito
  9-03-96  The Catalyst, Santa Cruz?

  9-??-96  tour of Germany, Austria, Switzerland
  9-11-96  Posthof, Linz, Austria

  9-18-96  MAX Music Hall, Kiel, Germany      
  9-??-96  KRO Radio, Byton Studio, Oud Loosdrecht, Holland   *    
    
  9-25-96  Paradiso, Amsterdam *    
10-04-96  Strawberry Festival, Camp Mather  *  (postponed from 8-30-96)

10-??-96  October East Coast Tour ? ?
11-??-96 
Hawaii  ? ?



  1-11-97  Graffiti's, Pittsburgh    * 

JACKSON BROWNE/ DAVID LINDLEY:

  3-18-97  Mercat de les Flors , Barcelona, Spain
  3-19-97  EI Sol, Madrid, Spain  *
  3-21-97  The Garage, Bergen, Norway  *
  3-23-97  The Concert Hall, Helsinki, Finland  *
  3-24-97  The Concert Hall, Helsinki, Finland  *
  3-25-97  Konserthuset, Stockholm, Sweden  *
  3-26-97  The KB Club, Malmo, Sweden
  3-28-97  Koningen Elizabeth Zaal, Antwerpen, Belgium   *
  3-30-97  The Chasse Theatre, Breda, Netherlands  *
  3-31-97  Vereeniging, Nijmegen, Netherlands   *
  4-01-97  Carrie Thatre, Amsterdam, Netherlands   *
  4-03-97  Palais des Sports, Vicenza, Italy  *
  4-05-97  Vox, Modena, Italy at Vox  *
  4-06-97  The Auditorium, Trento, Italy   *     review     
  4-08-97  Teatro Colosseo, Torino, Italy
    review    
  4-09-97  Teatro Palatenda, Brescia, Italy   *     review    
  4-11-97  Jazz Kava, Tarrasa, Spain            

DAVID LINDLEY SOLO:

  7-18-97  Nevada County Fairgrounds, Grass Valley     California World Music Festival     afternoon and evening sets *
  7-19-97  Raven Theater, Healdsburg

  7-26-97  Cowell Theatre, San Francisco       West Coast  Live radio show (morning)

  7-26-97  Great American Music Hall, San Francisco
  7-27-97  Aptos Village Park, Aptos Fat Fry Festival  *
  7-30-97  Belly Up, Solana Beach          stub    
  8-01-97  The Coach House, San Juan Capistrano
  8-02-97  The Ash Grove, Santa Monica          

DAVID LINDLEY WITH WALLY INGRAM:

  9-24-97  The Zephyr, Salt Lake City
  9-26-97  Sheridan Opera House, Telluride
  9-27-97  Double Diamond, Aspen
  9-28-97  Fiddlers Green, Engelwood, Colorado
  9-30-97  Liberty Hall, Lawrence, Kansas
10-01-97  Gunnerz, Iowa City
10-03-97  Sioux City Community Theater, Sioux City, Iowa
10-04-97  Cedar Cultural Center, Minneapolis
10-05-97  Iowa State University, Ames
10-07-97  Martyr's, Chicago
10-08-97  The Ark, Ann Arbor
10-11-97  Graffiti's, Pittsburgh     *
10-12-97  Calumet Arts Cafe, Buffalo
10-14-97  Iron Horse Music Hall, Northampton, Mass
10-15-97  House of Blues, Cambridge
10-16-97  Stone Coast's Smoking Room, Portland, Maine
10-17-97  The Bottom Line, New York City   (also: Leo Nocentelli Band)  
10-18-97  Tin Angel, Philadelphia
10-21-97  The Birchmere, Alexandria, Virginia
10-23-97  The Handle Bar, Greenville, South Carolina   *
11-07-97  Lobero Theatre, Santa Barbara
11-11-97  King Cat Theatre, Seattle *
11-19-97  Aladdin Theatre, Portland       poster       
11-21-97  The Fillmore, San Francisco (open for Los Lobos) *     poster    
11-22-97  The Fillmore, San Francisco (open for Los Lobos)
11-23-97  Palms Playhouse, Davis (two shows) *

  3-15-98  Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica     Benefit for Yvonne Calderone (Lindley, JB, Warren Zevon, Crosby-Nash) *   ad     review  
  4-??-98  Anaheim E Town Radio Broadcast    (misdated as
4-26-98)

  4-26-98  Kulturbolaget, Malmo, Sweden
  4-29-98  Blues & Roots Festival, Bergen, Norway
  4-30-98  Folken, Stavanger, Norway
  5-02-98  Gamia, Oslo, Norway
  5-06-98  Feuerwache, Mannheim, Germany
  5-07-98  Quasimodo, Berlin
  5-08-98  Quasimodo, Berlin
  5-09-98  Rotplombe, Erfurt, Germany
  5-10-98  Munchen Muffathalle, Munich *
  5-12-98  Hechelei, Bielefeld, Germany
  5-13-98  Pavillon, Hannover, Germany
  5-14-98  Fabrik, Hamburg, Germany *
  5-15-98  Zollhaus, Leer
  5-16-98  Spinnerei, Glauchau
  5-17-98  Langendreer, Bochum, Germany *
  5-18-98  Blue Note, Göttingen, Germany
  5-20-98  Breminale, Bremen, Germany *
  5-21-98  Hirsch, Nürnberg, Germany
  5-22-98  Jazzhaus, Freiburg, Germany
  5-23-98  Rockhouse, A-Salzburg,
  5-24-98  Treibhaus, A-Innsbruck
  5-25-98  Halle, Easy Schorre
  5-27-98  CH-Bubikon, Scala
  5-28-98  CH-Schaffh., Kammgarn
  5-29-98  CH-Rubigen, Mühle
  5-30-98  CH-Rubigen, Mühle
  5-31-98  CH-Locarno, P. Grande
  6-02-98  Thon-Dithmer-Hof, Regensburg
  6-03-98  Kaueflauten, Zurich *
  6-20-98  Shoreline Amphitheatre, Mountain View    New Orleans By the Bay    (also: Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown, Queen Ida and the Bon Temps Zydeco Band, Charles Brown, Nathan and the Zydeco Cha Chas, etc)   shirt  ticket   
  7-01-98  House of Blues, West Hollywood
  7-02-98  Humphrey's, San Diego
  7-04-98  Plumas-Sierra Fairgrounds, Quincy High Sierra Music Festival *
  7-05-98  Truckee Regional Park Amphitheatre, Truckee      (also: David Grisman)       poster   
  7-07-98  Brick Works, Chico        ad 
  7-09-98  Washington Park Zoo, Portland, Oregon
  7-10-98  Comox Valley Music Fest, Courtenay, British Columbia
  7-11-98  Winnepeg Folk Festival, Winnepeg, Manitoba    *
  7-12-98  Winnepeg Folk Festival, Winnepeg, Manitoba
  7-24-98  Luther Burbank Center, Santa Rosa    *
  7-25-98  The Warfield, San Francisco (?)
  7-26-98  Aptos Village Park, Aptos    KPIG Fat Fry Music Festival    *
  9-04-98  Boulder Theatre, Boulder
  9-06-98  One World Music Festival, Crested Butte
  9-18-98  Millipond Festival, north of Bishop
  9-19-98  Warfield, San Francisco     (also: David Grisman)
  9-24-98  Rick's, Bergen, Norway'
  9-30-98  Sioux City Arts Center
10-??-98  Fitzgerald's, Chicago
10-??-98  Martyr's, Chicago
10-28-98  Stone Coast, Portland, Maine
11-02-98  Charleston, North Carolina
  Mountain Stage 
    
12-03-98  The Coach House, San Juan Capistrano      (Toulouse Engelhardt opened)
  LA Times 12-02-98 
12-04-98  Lobero Theatre, Santa Barbara
   
12-06-98  Cuesta College Auditorium, San Luis Obispo                

  2-14-99  KPFK-FM Studios, Los Angeles  -  "FolkScene"
  5-??-99  The Metro, Sydney, Australia

  5-31-99  Sam's Up, Japan
  6-01-99  Takutake, Kyoto, Japan       poster    
  6-02-99  Chicken George, Kobe, Japan
  6-04-99  Quatoro, Nagoya, Japan
  6-05-99  Shizuoka, Japan
  6-06-99  Quatoro, Tokyo, Japan
  6-18-99  McCabe's, Santa Monica
  6-19-99  Live Oak Music Festival, San Luis Obispo
  6-20-99  Highlands Park, Ben Lomond Solstice     Santa Cruz Music Festival   *
  6-22-99  Great American Music Hall, San Francisco'
  6-23-99  Mystic Theater, Petaluma *
  6-24-99  Crest Theater, Sacramento
  6-25-99  Garden Theatre, Villa Montalvo, Saratoga    *
  6-26-99  Brick Works, Chico
  6-29-99  Victoria, British Columbia       
Jazz Fest International   
  6-30-99  Chimacum Auditorium, Chimacum, Washington   *
  7-01-99  Oregon Zoo Amphitheater, Portland, Oregon
  7-02-99  Britt Festival, Jacksonville, Oregon
  7-03-99  Mateel Community Center, Redway

Bonnie Raitt, Jackson Browne, Shawn Colvin, Bruce Hornsby with David Lindley and Wally Ingram:

  7-27-99  NBC-TV Studios, Burbank       The Tonight Show with Jay Leno *
  8-26-99  Great Woods Performing Arts Center, Mansfield, Mass
  8-27-99  Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Saratoga Springs       review  review  
  8-29-99  Jones Beach Amphitheatre, Wantagh, New York
  8-31-99  PNC Bank Arts Center, Holmdel, New Jersey    *       review   
  9-01-99  Blockbuster Entertainment Center, Camden, New Jersey
  9-02-99  Merriweather Post Pavillion, Columbia, Maryland
  9-04-99  Walnut Creek Amphitheatre, Raleigh         review   
  9-05-99  Lakewood Amphitheater, Atlanta
  9-07-99  River Bend Music Center, Cincinnati    *     review    
  9-08-99  Pine Knob Music Theatre, Clarkston, Michigan*
  9-09-99  New World Music Theatre, Tinley Park, Illinois       ticket    
  9-11-99  Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison, Colorado*
  9-12-99  Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison, Colorado'
  9-14-99  Greek Theatre, Los Angeles  
  9-15-99  Santa Barbara County Bowl, Santa Barbara
  9-17-99  ?
 
9-18-99  Concord Pavillion, Concord *         review   
 
9-19-99  Shoreline Amphitheater, Mountain View
 
9-21-99  The Idaho Center, Boise
 
9-22-99  Hilton Amphitheater, Reno   *
 
9-24-99  Portland Meadows, Portland        poster     
 
9-25-99  The Gorge Amphitheatre, George, Washington*

DAVID LINDLEY WITH WALLY INGRAM:

  9-26-99  Oregon State Correctional Institute       (JB; DL/WI; John Trudell)
10-02-99  Sedona, Arizona 10th Annual Verde Valley School benefit concert   (JB; Bonnie; Shawn Colvin; DL/WI; John Trudell; Ulali)*
11-15-99  Mucky Duck, Houston
11-17-99  University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma
11-18-99  Sons of Herman Hall, Dallas
11-20-99  Tipitina's, New Orleans
11-22-99  University of Texas, Austin        

12-31-99  Staples Center, Los Angeles    (with JB, open for Eagles)  ?


  4-05-00  The Coach House, San Juan Capistrano
  4-07-00  The Fillmore, San Francisco
  4-09-00  Palms Playhouse, Davis
  4-11-00  Domenic's, Santa Rosa
  4-12-00  The Catalyst, Santa Cruz
  4-30-00  Sooner Theater, Norman, Oklahoma
  5-01-00  Sons of Herman Hall, Dallas
  5-03-00  University of Texas, Austin
  5-05-00  Fairgrounds, New Orleans       New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival  *
  5-18-00  Quasimodo, Berlin
  5-19-00  Quasimodo, Berlin
  5-20-00  Osnabrucker Stadthallen, Osnabruck, Germany
  5-21-00  Schaaf, Leeuwarden, Netherlands
  5-22-00  L’Ancienne Belgique, Brussels, Belgium*
  5-23-00  Melkweg, Amsterdam
  5-25-00  Scala, Bubikon, Switzerland
  5-27-00  Muhle Hunziken, Rubigen, Switzerland
  5-28-00  Wasserburg Haus Kemnade, Bochum, Germany *
  5-30-00  Batschkapp, Frankfurt, Germany
  5-31-00  Beim Esel, Einbeck, Germany
  6-01-00  Hirsch, Nuremberg, Germany
  6-03-00  Singer/Songwriter Festival, Frutigen, Switzerland
  6-04-00  Live Music Hall, Koln, Germany
  6-06-00  Moments, Bremen, Germany
  6-07-00  Fabrik Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany
  6-09-00  Muffathalle, Munich, Germany
  6-10-00  Limelight, Stuttgart, Germany   *
  6-11-00  Alte Maelzerei, Regensburg, Germany
  6-15-00  Telluride Bluegrass Festival, Telluride, Colorado   (JB with DL, Bonnie; Bruce Hornsby; DL/WI)
  6-17-00  Boulder Theatre, Boulder
  7-15-00  Nevada County Fairgrounds, Grass Valley    California World Music Festival   (afternoon and evening sets on different stages) *
  7-17-00  Wild Duck, Eugene
  7-19-00  Century Ballroom, Seattle'
  7-20-00  Robert's Creek Hall, Robert's Creek, British Columbia
  7-22-00  Victoria, British Columbia     Rootsfest   (slide session: DL, Doug Cox, Rick Fines, Steve Briggs, WI)

  8-08-00  Santa Monica Civic Auditorium      The Guacamole Fund presents "A Gathering of the Clan" benefit for Fred Walecki   (Linda Ronstadt, Emmylou Harris, Bonnie Raitt, Jackson Browne, David Crosby & Graham Nash with special guests David Lindley, Randy Meisner, Warren Zevon, Chris Hillman, Colin Hay)
  8-09-00  Santa Monica Civic Auditorium      The Guacamole Fund presents "A Gathering of the Clan" benefit for Fred Walecki   (Linda Ronstadt, Emmylou Harris, Bonnie Raitt, Jackson Browne, David Crosby & Graham Nash with special guests David Lindley, Randy Meisner, Warren Zevon, Chris Hillman, Colin Hay)

  8-12-00  Coastal Protection Music Festival, San Gregorio
  8-13-00  Tahoe      Reggae at the Lake
  9-01-00  Ventura Theatre, Ventura
  9-03-00  Hog Farm Pignic Laytonville *  (also: Jackson Browne, Richard Thompson, Michael Franti and Spearhead, David Nelson Band with Henry Kaiser, Odetta with Utah Phillips)
  9-08-00  Street Scene, San Diego

  9-10-00  Sun Theatre, Anaheim    (open for Richard Thompson)

  9-15-00  Millpond Festival, Bishop
  9-16-00  Big Ed's, Reno
  9-30-00  Aptos Village Park, Aptos, California   KPIG Fat Fry   (also: Los Lobos, Little Feat, Jill Knight)    poster

11-11-00  Festsaal der Messehalle, Basel, Switzerland   *
11-13-00  Sala Marna, Sesto Calende *         

  2-14-01  Belly Up Tavern, Solana Beach
  2-15-01  Coach House, San Juan Capistrano
  2-16-01  Lobero Theatre, Santa Barbara *
  2-17-01  McCabe's, Santa Monica
  2-18-01  McCabe's, Santa Monica
  3-08-01  Cuesta College, San Luis Obispo *
  3-09-01  The Catalyst, Santa Cruz *
  3-10-01  Mateel Community Center, Redway
  3-12-01  The Showroom at Sierra Nevada Brewery, Chico *       ad   
  3-13-01  Palms Playhouse, Davis *        ad    
  3-15-01  Great American Music Hall, San Francisco  *
  3-16-01  Carriage House Theatre, Saratoga *
  3-17-01  Bear Republic Brewing Co., Healdsburg
  3-18-01  Sierra Vista on the Lake, Tahoe City
  3-20-01  WOW Hall, Eugene      (also: The Dirty Dozen)    review   
  3-21-01  Berbati's Pan, Portland   (also: The Dirty Dozen)
  3-24-01  Experience Music Project, Seattle   (also: John Hammond)  *
  4-27-01  Two Sticks Sushi Bar, Oxford, Mississippi
  4-28-01  Double Decker Festival, Oxford, Mississippi      
  4-30-01  American Routes Radio Show, New Orleans  ?? (also: Blind Boys of Alabama, Spencer Bohren)
  5-01-01  House of Blues, New Orleans (also: Blind Boys of Alabama)
  5-03-01  Down Home, Johnson City, Tennessee
  5-04-01  Urban Art Institute, Chattanooga, Tennessee
  5-05-01  Ford Focus Fox 5 Stage, Music Midtownn Festival, Atlanta 5:45   (DL/WI)
  5-05-01  Ford Focus Fox 5 Stage, Music Midtownn Festival, Atlanta 8:45   (Blind Boys of Alabama; Blind Boys also played Aug 6 without Lindley)
  5-07-01  Ed Sullivan Theatre, CBS-TV Studios, New York City   Late Show with David Letterman  (Blind Boys of Alabama)
  5-08-01  The Bottom Line, New York City   (2 shows; Blind Boys of Alabama)
  5-09-01  The Bottom Line, New York City   (2 shows)
  5-10-01  The Turning Point, Piermont, New York  *
  5-11-01  House of Blues, Cambridge, Mass
  5-12-01  The Van Dyck, Shenectady, New York
  5-13-01  Theatre of Living Arts, Philadelphia (open for Keller Williams)
  5-16-01  Birdy's, Indianapolis
  5-17-01  Royal Oak Theatre, Royal Oak, Michigan
  5-18-01  Old Town School of Folk Music, Chicago     review  
  5-19-01  Cafe Montmarte, Madison, Wisconsin
  5-20-01  Cedar Cultural Center, Minneapolis  *
  5-22-01  Knitting Factory, Hollywood   (Blind Boys of Alabama)
  6-02-01  Sweetwater, Mill Valley
  6-03-01  Wild Iris Festival, Boonville, California

  6-28-01  Victoria, British Columbia    Rootsfest

  6-29-01  Commodore Ballroom, Vancouver

  6-30-01  Community Hall, Roberts

  7-27-01  Marymoor Park, Redmond, Washington      WOMAD USA     preview  
  7-28-01  Rootsfest, Victoria, British Columbia
  7-29-01  Commodore Ballroom, Vancouver, British Columbia   (open for Warren Zevon)
  8-02-01  Twilight Concert Series, Salt Lake City
  8-03-01  Big Easy, Boise
  8-04-01  Mangy Moose, Teton Village, Wyoming
  8-07-01  Emerson Cultural Center, Bozeman, Montana
  8-08-01  Blue Heron, Missoula, Montana       preview    
  8-10-01  University of Calgary, Calgary
  8-11-01  Edmonton Folk Festival, Edmonton
  8-15-01  Barkley's West, Frisco, Colorado
  8-16-01  Rico Theatre, Rico, Colorado
  8-17-01  Hannibal Brown's, Aspen
  8-18-01  In the Field of Dreams, Larkspur, Colorado (open for Widespread Panic)     poster    
  8-19-01  In the Field of Dreams, Larkspur, Colorado (open for Widespread Panic)
     poster    
  8-21-01  Grand Emporium, Kansas City
  8-22-01  Music Box, Omaha
  8-23-01  Uncle John Music Cafe, Sioux City, Iowa
  8-25-01  Muddy River Music Festival, Winnipeg
  9-06-01  The Pinnacle Center, Hudsonville, Michigan
  9-07-01  FitzGerald's, Berwyn, Illinois
  9-08-01  Southgate House, Newport, Kentucky
  9-09-01  The Ark, Ann Arbor
  9-10-01  ?
  9-12-01  Blue Cats, Knoxville
  9-13-01  Down Home, Johnson City, Tennessee
  9-14-01  Handlebar, Greenville, South Carolina
  9-15-01  Asheville Music Zone, Asheville, North Carolina
  9-16-01  Smith's Olde Bar, Atlanta
  9-18-01  Oxford, Mississippi   ?
 
9-20-01  House of Blues, New Orleans
 
9-21-01  Satellite Lounge, Houston
 
9-22-01  Cactus Cafe, Austin        

BLIND BOYS OF ALABAMA:

11-05-01  Grosser Festsaal, Basel, Switzerland      (Blind Boys of Alabama)
 
1-10-02  Mystic Theatre, Petaluma             (Blind Boys of Alabama)
 
1-11-02  The Fillmore, San Francisco        (Blind Boys of Alabama)
 
1-12-02  Royce Hall, UCLA, Los Angeles (Blind Boys of Alabama)
 
1-13-02  Belly Up Tavern, Solana Beach   (Blind Boys of Alabama)        

DAVID LINDLEY WITH WALLY INGRAM

  2-06-02  Experience Music Project, Seattle       review   
  2-07-02  Aladdin Theatre, Portland, Oregon
  2-08-02  Midtown Rock Rink & Roll, Bend, Oregon
  2-09-02  Rogue Theatre, Grants Pass, Oregon
  2-11-02  Willits Community Center, Willits, California
  2-13-02  The Catalyst, Santa Cruz (opened for and sat in with Sam Bush) *
  2-14-02  Luther Burbank Center, Santa Rosa
  2-15-02  Palms Playhouse, Davis (2 shows)
  2-16-02  The Fillmore, San Francisco (opened for and sat in with Sam Bush)
  2-17-02  Upstage Center Theatre, Carson City, Nevada
  2-19-02  SLO Brewing Company, San Luis Obispo
  2-20-02  Ventura Theatre, Ventura
  2-21-02  Belly Up, Solona Beach
  2-22-02  The Coach House, San Juan Capistrano
  2-24-02  The Roxy, Los Angeles     (open for J.J. Cale)

  4-04-02  Club D-Set, Okinawa, Japan
  4-06-02  Star Pines Café, Tokyo
  4-07-02  Royal Hotel, Shizuoka, Japan
  4-08-02  Mokkiriya, Kanazawa, Japan
  4-10-02  AKA-Renga, Yamaguchi, Japan
  4-11-02  Drum Logos, Fukuoka, Japan
  4-12-02  Club Quattro, Hiroshima, Japan
  4-14-02  Takutaku, Kyoto, Japan
  4-15-02  Chiken George, Kobe, Japan
  4-16-02  Tukozo, Nagoya Japan
  4-17-02  Thumb's Up, Yokohama, Japan    two shows   *
  8-08-02  Festival at Sandpoint, Sandpoint, Iowa
  8-10-02  Festival of American Music, forest Grove, Oregon
  8-16-02  Capitol Theatre, Nelson, British Columbia
  8-11-02  High School, Bellingham, Washington
  8-13-02  Lower Native Sons Hall, Courtenay, British Columbia
  8-14-02  Richard’s on Richards, Vancouver      poster    
  8-21-02  Rico Theatre and Cafe, Telluride, Colorado
  8-23-02  River Run Resort, Keystone, Colorado
  8-24-02  Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison, Colorado      Reggae on the Rocks   (also: Sly & Robbie; Michael Rose, Marcia Griffiths & Dean Fraser; etc)    review   
  8-25-02  Mesa Theatre and Club, Grand Junction, Colorado
  8-27-02  Knotty Pine, Victor, Idaho     (originally scheduled at Mangy Moose, Teton Village, Wyomong)
  8-30-02  Wingfield Park, Reno     Rolling on the River     logo    
  8-31-02  Upstage Center Theatre, Carson City, Nevada
  9-01-02  Sierra Starlight Amphitheatre, Genoa, Nevada
  9-02-02  Sausalito     Sausalito Arts Festival
  9-20-02  Millpond Festival, Bishop
  9-24-02  Symphony Center, Chicago (Blind Boys?)
  9-25-02  H-E-B Feature Stage, Zilker Park, Austin   Austin City Limits Festival   (Blind Boys of Alabama)   
  9-26-02  Memphis Botanic Garden, Memphis  (Blind Boys?)
 
9-28-02  Austin City Limits Soundstage, Austin        (Blind Boys of Alabama)

10-01-02  House of Blues, New Orleans       (also: Adrian Legg)
10-03-02  Sundown in the City, Knoxville, Tennessee
10-04-02  Neighborhood Theatre, Charlotte, North Carolina     (also: Adrian Legg)
10-05-02  Handle Bar, Greenville, North Carolina                  (also: Adrian Legg)
10-06-02  Grey Eagle Music Hall, Asheville, North Carolina    (also: Adrian Legg)
10-10-02  The Point, Bryn Mawr
10-11-02  The Bottom Line, New York City  *
10-12-02  Van Dyck Club, Schenectady, New York       review    
10-13-02  Turning Point, Piermont, New York
10-15-02  House of Blues, Cambridge, Mass
10-16-02  Iron Horse Music Hall, Northampton, Mass    (also: Kaki King)
10-18-02  Murat Egyptian Room, Indianapolis    (also: Los Lobos)
10-19-02  Fitzgerald's, Berwyn, Illinois    Harvest Moon Festival          (also: Iguanas, Sleepy LaBeef, Adrian Legg)
10-20-02  The Orpheum, Madison, Wisconsin   *  (opened for Los Lobos)
10-22-02  Cedar Cultural Center, Minneapolis  *  (also: Adrian Legg)
10-23-02  Masonic Temple, Des Moines    (also: Adrian Legg)
10-24-02  Grand Emporium, Kansas City  *  (also: Adrian Legg)
10-25-02  Curly's, Tulsa           (also: Adrian Legg)
10-27-02  Club Alegria, Santa Fe       

  1-17-03  The Zephyr, Salt Lake City
  1-18-03  Blues Boquet, Boise
  1-19-03  The Mint, Hailey Idaho  private show (also: Jerry Joseph with Dave Schools and Wally Ingram, Danny Barnes Trio)
  1-21-03  Fox Theatre, Boulder
  1-22-03  32 Blue, Colorado Springs
  1-24-03  Mesa Theatre, Grand Junction
  1-25-03  Buffalo Valley, Glenwood Springs, Colorado

  2-07-03  The Catalyst, Santa Cruz   (also: Kaki King)               ad     ad    preview    
  2-08-03  The Fillmore, San Francisco  (also:
Blind Boys of Alabama)     ad   preview    poster 
  2-09-03  radio studio, Santa Rosa

  2-09-03?  ?    (also: Blind Boys of Alabama)

  2-10-03  Palms Playhouse, Davis    review   
   
  2-12-03  SLO Brewing Company, San Luis Obispo   
  
  2-13-03  Belly up, Solana Beach          poster   

  2-14-03  Coach House, San Juan Capistrano  
  2-15-03  McCabe's Guitar Shop, Santa Monica   

  2-16-03  McCabe's Guitar Shop, Santa Monica       review      review      
 
  3-12-03  Colos Saal, Aschaffenburg
  3-13-03  Musiktheater Rex, Lorsch
  3-14-03  Gewerkschaftshaus, Erfurt 
  3-15-03  Alte Spinnerei, Glauchau
  3-16-03  Elfenbein, Bielefeld
  3-18-03  Jazzhaus, Freiburg
  3-19-03  Spectrum, Ausburg
  3-20-03  Komma, A-Wörgl
  3-21-03  Moonwalker, CH-Aarburg
  3-22-03  Mühle Hunziken, CH-Rubigen
  3-23-03  Albani, CH-Winterthur
  3-27-03  Jux Tap, Sarzana, Italy
  3-28-03  Naima, Forili, Italy
  3-30-03  Auditorium Umberto Seletto, Udine, ItalyWinterthur

  4-02-03  Rittergarten, Tuttlingen
  4-04-03  Ducsaal, Freudenburg
  4-05-03  Jubez, Karlsruhe
  4-07-03  Zeche Carl, Essen
  4-08-03  Kulturetage, Oldenburg
  4-09-03  Quasimodo, Berlin
  4-10-03  Fabrik, Hamburg
  4-11-03  Isernhagen Blues Garage, Hannover
  4-12-03  Kulturfabrik, Roth, Germany

  5-10-03  Tokyo
  5-11-03  Shizuoka     (5-10-03?)
  5-13-03  Kanazawa
  5-14-03  Kyoto
  5-16-03  Club Quattro, Hiroshima
  5-17-03  Shimonoseki Shimen Kaikan, Yamaguchi   (5-18-03?)
  5-18-03  Dream Boat, Fukuoka, Japan  (5-17-03?)
  5-20-03  Kobe
  5-21-03  Nagoya
  5-22-03  Yokohama
  6-14-03  Santa Barbara  -  Live Oak Music Festival
  7-11-03  Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom, Denver
  7-12-03  Statebridge Lodge, Bond, Colorado
  7-13-03  Mishiwaka Amphitheatre, Fort Collins     poster    
  7-15-03  Blue Door, Oklahoma City
  7-17-03  Smith’s Old Bar, Atlanta              (also: Kaki King)
  7-18-03  Asheville Downtown Concert Series, Asheville, North Carolina   (also: Kaki King)
  7-19-03  Neighborhood Theatre, Charlotte, North Carolina   (also: Kaki King)
  7-20-03  Cat’s Cradle, Carrboro, North Carolina                 (also: Kaki King)
  7-21-03  Ram’s Head Tavern, Annapolis, Maryland             (also: Kaki King)
  7-23-03  Stephen Talkhouse, Amagansett, New York
  7-24-03  Bottom Line, New York City
  7-26-03  Exhibition Place (?), Toronto  -  Toronto Star Blues Festival  (also: Blind Boys of Alabama; Theresa Andersson; Walter Wolfman Washington)

  7-??-03  WXPN-FM Studio, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia     “The World Cafe with David Dye”    (broadcast 8-08-03)

DAVID LINDLEY AND EL RAYO-X

  7-28-03  (El Rayo-X rehearsals)
  8-02-03  Pacific Amphitheatre      El Rayo-X   *  (opened for Roxy Music)    review   
  8-03-03  Reggae on the River      El Rayo-X    *  (Pato Banton, Judy Mowatt, Marcia Griffiths, Beres Hammond, DL, Toots and the Maytals, Jimmy Cliff, Third World)   review   
  9-05-03  The Fillmore, San Francisco      El Rayo-X     *   poster
 
  9-06-03  The Fillmore, San Francisco      El Rayo-X     *   

DAVID LINDLEY WITH WALLY INGRAM

  9-19-03  Rico Theatre, Rico, Colorado
  9-20-03  Lake City Wine and Bluegrass Festival, Lake City, Colorado
  9-21-03  Fox Theatre, Boulder
  9-22-03  32 Bleu, Colorado Springs
  9-24-03  The Blue Door, Oklahoma City
  9-26-03  University of Texas, Austin
  9-27-03  Continental Club, Houston
  9-29-03  House of Blues, New Orleans
10-01-03  Freebird Cafe, Jacksonville Beach, Florida
10-02-03  Bamboo Room, Lake Worth, Florida
10-04-03  Main Street Café, Homestead, Florida
10-08-03  Intersection, Grand Rapids, Michigan
10-09-03  Shank Hall, Milwaukee
10-10-03  Luther’s Blues, Madison, Wisconsin
10-14-03  The Ark, Ann Arbor
10-16-03  Beachland Ballroom, Cleveland
10-17-03  Tall Stacks Festival, Cincinnati      (DL withdrew from fest; other shows cancelled too?)     preview  
10-18-03  Schuba’s, Chicago

11-07-03  The Triple Door, Seattle
11-09-03  Richard’s on Richards, Vancouver, British Columbia
     poster   
11-10-03  Port Townsend High School Auditorium, Port Townsend, Washington
11-11-03  Aladdin Theatre, Portland, Oregon
11-13-03  Humboldt State University, Arcata
11-14-03  Laxson Auditorium, California State University Chico, Chico
11-15-03  Rogue Theatre, Grants Pass, Oregon
11-18-03  Great American Music Hall, San Francisco
11-19-03  Palms Playhouse, Winters
11-21-03  UCLA, Los Angeles
11-22-03  The Coach House, San Juan Capistrano
12-26-03  House of Blues, West Hollywood    (opened for Los Lobos)
12-27-03  House of Blues, West Hollywood    (opened for Los Lobos)

DAVID LINDLEY SOLO:

  3-11-04  Sandbar Sports Grill, Vail, Colorado
  3-12-04  The Fillmore Auditorium, Denver
  3-13-04  Buffalo Valley, Glenwood Springs, Colorado
  3-14-04  Avalon Theatre, Grand Junction, Colorado
  3-15-04  Abbey Theatre, Durango, Colorado
  4-11-04  House of Blues, Las Vegas   (also: John Hiatt)
  4-16-04  Ventura Theatre, Ventura       (with Patrick Lindley-harpsichord player)
  4-17-04  McCabe’s Guitar Shop, Santa Monica
  4-18-04  McCabe’s Guitar Shop, Santa Monica, California
  5-02-04  Palms Playhouse, Winters
  5-03-04  Mystic Theatre, Petaluma
  5-04-04  Center for the Arts, Grass Valley
  5-05-04  Freight and Salvage, Berkeley
  5-28-04  The Coach House, San Juan Capistrano
     (open for J.J. Cale)    
  5-30-04  Belly Up Tavern, Solana Beach      (open for J.J. Cale)    
  6-11-04  Snowmass Village, Colorado     Chili Pepper and Brewers Festival  (also: Leftover Salmon)
  6-12-04  Performance International, Denver
  6-15-04  State Bridge Lodge, Bond, Colorado
  7-10-04  Winnipeg, Manitoba        Winnepeg Folk Festival
  7-11-04  Winnipeg, Manitoba        Winnepeg Folk Festival
  7-13-04  Highland Park, Illinois        Ravina Festival        (also: John Hiatt)
  7-14-04  The Pageant, St. Louis       (open for John Hiatt)    preview    
  7-15-04  Uptown Theatre, Kansas City       (also: John Hiatt)
  7-16-04  George’s Majestic Lounge, Fayetteville, Arkansas
  7-17-04  The Blue Door, Oklahoma City
  7-24-04  Groveland        Bettike Music Festival
  8-03-04  Kuumbwa Jazz Center, Santa Cruz
  8-04-04  Adeles Outdoor Plaza, Carson City, Nevada     preview    
  8-07-04  Edmonton, Alberta      Edmonton Folk Festival
  8-08-04  Edmonton, Alberta      Edmonton Folk Festival
  8-11-04  The Winery at Eagle Knoll, Eagle, Idaho
  8-12-04  Port o’ Call, Salt Lake City
  8-21-04  Durango, Colorado              Durango Summer Festival
  8-22-04  Orpheum Theatre, Flagstaff
  8-29-04  Paramount Theatre, Austin   (also: John Hiatt)
  8-30-04  Club V, Houston Texas  (also: John Hiatt)
  8-31-04  Lakewood Theatre, Dallas
  (open for John Hiatt)
  9-01-04  Gruene Hall, New Braunfels, Texas    (also: John Hiatt)
  9-03-04  Lensic Performing Arts Center, Santa Fe    (also: John Hiatt)
  9-04-04  Scottsdale, Arizona

10-20-04  The Blue Door, Oklahoma City
10-23-04  Columbia’s 10th Annual Blues Festival, Columbia, South Carolina

10-24-04  Red Light Café, Atlanta

10-26-04  House of Blues, New Orleans

10-27-04  SoGo Live, Baton Rouge       poster      

10-29-04  Down Home, Johnson City, Tennessee

11-02-04  Bamboo Room, Lake Worth, Florida

11-03-04  Freebird Live, Jacksonville Beach

11-04-04  Visulite Theatre, Charlotte, North Carolina

11-05-04  Jammin Java, Vienna, Virginia

11-06-04  The Towne Crier Café, Pawling, New York  (Laurence Juber opened)

11-10-04  Johnny D's, Somerville, Mass

11-11-04  The Turning Point, Piermont, New York

11-12-04  Satalla, New York City    *    

11-13-04  World Cafe Live, Philadelphia

11-14-04  Blue Moose Café, Morgantown, West Virginia

11-15-04  The Winchester, Cleveland

11-17-04  Shank Hall, Milwaukee

11-18-04  Martyr's, Chicago

11-19-04  Ten Pound Fiddle Coffeehouse, East Lansing, Michigan

11-21-04  Cedar Cultural Center, Minneapolis

11-22-04  Keyster’s, Urbandale, Iowa
12-05-04  Cerritos Center, Cerritos, California      (Blind Boys of Alabama)

  1-28-05  Garberville Theatre, Garberville, California
  1-29-05  Southwest Performing Arts Center, Coos Bay, Oregon

  1-30-05  Midtown Rock Rink and Roll, Bend,  Oregon

  1-31-05  Cafe Paradiso, Eugene, Oregon  

  2-01-05  Alladin Theatre, Portland,  Oregon

  2-02-05  The Triple Door, Seattle

  2-03-05  Port Townshend High School Auditorium, Port Townshend, Washington

  2-04-05  The Nightlight, Bellingham, Washington

  2-28-05  Great American Music Hall, San Francisco       (G.E. Smith with Lindley; Hot Tuna with Lindley)      review/photos   

  3-25-05  McCabe's Guitar Shop, Santa Monica
  3-26-05  McCabe's Guitar Shop, Santa Monica

  4-13-05  Sapporo, Japan
  4-14-05  Tokyo, Japan
     tour poster  
  4-15-05  Nagoya, Japan

  4-16-05  Kyoto, Japan

  4-17-05  Chicken George, Kobe, Japan      *

  4-19-05  Saga, Japan

  4-20-05  Nagasaki, Japan

  4-21-05  Kumamoto, Japan

  4-23-05  Yamaguchi, Japan

  4-24-05  Hiroshima, Japan

  4-26-05  Yolohama, Japan
  4-27-05  Okinawa, Japan


  5-12-05  Park City , Utah     Park City Festival

  5-13-05  Park City , Utah     Park City Festival

  5-21-05  Dana Point, California      Doheny Blues Festival   (solo 12:15 pm Back Porch Stage; with Blind Boys of Alabama 5:15 pm MGD Stage; also: Neville Brothers, etc)

  6-25-05  Black Oak Ranch, Laytonville     Kate Wolf Memorial Festival      (6:30 pm main stage; also: Donovan, David Grisman, Duhks)   website   poster   

  6-28-05  Palms Playhouse, Winters, California

  6-29-05  Comma Coffee, Carson City, Nevada

  6-30-05  Freight & Salvage, Berkeley

  7-01-05  Freight & Salvage, Berkeley

  7-02-05  Truckee Regional Park Amphitheatre, Truckee
  7-08-05 
Veneta, Oregon      Oregon Country Fair      poster   

  7-10-05  Comox Valley Exhibition Grounds, Comox Valley, Vancouver Island, British Columbia    Vancouver Island Music Festival     (main stage; also: Doyle Bramhall, Keb Mo, Eliza Gilkyson, TOFU)     poster   

  7-13-05  private event, Hermosa, South Dakota

  7-16-05  Ottawa, Ontario   Cisco Systems Blues Festival   (6:00 pm MBNA Grassroots Stage; also: Lindley hosts Steel Summit Jam finale with Bill Frisll, Harry Manx, Greg Leisz, Campbell Brothers, Bob Taillefer, Don Rooke, Jonathan Candler)

  7-17-05  Ottawa, Ontario   Cisco Systems Blues Festival   (6:00 pm Main Stage; also: Campbell Brothers, Scott Holt, John Prine, Mary Gauthier)         website  
  7-18-05  Hugh's Room, Toronto
  7-21-05  Hager Auditorium, Museum of the Rockies, Bozeman, Montana      Friends of KGLT Benefit    preview  
  7-23-05  Calgary, Alberta          Calgary Folk Festival      (12:30 pm Field Law Stage 3 Intercontinental with Tim Williams, Snehasish Mozumder; 2:30pm Just Watch Me! with Christine Fellows, Tortoise, Bill Frisell; 4:40 pm Sunterra Stage 5 Concert)     website   review    

  7-25-05  Fluid Lounge, Nelson, British Columbia

  7-26-05  Minstrel Café, Kelowna, British Columbia

  7-28-05  The Club in Gibsons Landing, Gibsons, British Columbia

  7-29-05  Rime, Vancouver, British Columbia    (two shows)    banner     
  7-30-05  Rivers Edge Christmas Tree Farm, Deming, Washington     Mt. Baker Rhythm and Blues Festival      (8:00 pm; also: Incognito, Robbie Laws, Eric Sardinas, Dave Hole)      website  

  8-20-05  Solar Living Center, Hopland, California    Solfest       website

  8-21-05  Saratoga      KPIG Songwriter Festival
  8-22-05  Sweetwater, Mill Valley

  8-24-05  Fullertown, California        Concert in the Park

  8-27-05  Halvorsen Park, Eureka, California        Organic Planet Festival     website     poster   

  9-03-05  Wilkinson Farm Park, Gig Harbor, Wasington     Gig Harbor Folk Festival      website   
  9-16-05  Moe's Alley, Santa Cruz      (also: Coco Montoya)

10-27-05  The Rosewood Theater, Morgantown, West Virginia     (also: Jim Savarino)
10-28-05  Jammin Java, Vienna, Virginia
10-29-05  Satalla, New York City
10-30-05  Sellersville Theatre,  Sellersville

11-01-05  The Turning Point, Piermont, New York
11-02-05  Iron Horse Music Hall, Northampton, Mass 
11-03-05  Johnny D’s, Somerville, Mass  
11-04-05  The Towne Crier Cafe, Pawling, New York    
(Paul Jeremiah opened)    
11-05-05  Stephen Talkhouse, Amagansett, New York  
11-06-05  Caffé Lena, Saratoga Springs, New York 
11-08-05  Beachland Ballroom, Cleveland         
(Half Cleveland opened)     
11-09-05  South Gate House, Newport, Kentucky  
11-10-05  Lafayette Brewing Company, Lafayette, Indiana
11-12-05  The Cedar Cultural Center, Minneapolis      
(Adrian Legg opened)
11-13-05  The Zoo Bar, Lincoln, Nebraska   


  2-10-06  Mongo's, Grover Beach, California
  2-11-06  McCabe's Guitar Shop, Santa Monica   
  2-12-06  McCabe's Guitar Shop, Santa Monica   
  2-17-06  The Coach House, San Juan Capistrano    
(Blatant Feel, Lickerish opened) 
  2-18-06  Belly Up Tavern, Solana Beach          (Buddy Blue & Jerry Raney opened)  
  3-09-06  Galileo Galilei, Madrid, Spain       (JB/DL) 
  3-10-06  Galileo Galilei, Madrid, Spain
       (JB/DL) 
  3-11-06  Teatro Campoamor, Oviedo, Spain       (JB/DL) 
  3-17-06  Auditorium, Palma de Mallorca, Spain       (JB/DL) 
  3-22-06  Palau de la Música, Barcelona, Spain       (JB/DL) 
  3-25-06  Colston Hall, Bristol, England       (JB/DL) 
  3-26-06  Theatre Royal Dury Lane, London       (JB/DL) 
  3-28-06  Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow, Scotland       (JB/DL) 
  3-29-06  City Hall, Sheffield, England       (JB/DL) 
  4-08-06  West Coast Blues & Roots Festival, Fremantle, WA, Australia   (JB/DL)      website   
  4-11-06  The Enmore Theatre, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
       (JB/DL) 

  4-13-06  The Victorian Arts Centre, Hamer Hall, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia       (JB/DL) 
  4-17-06  Byron Bay, New South Wales, Australia        East Coast Blues & Roots Festival       (JB/DL)   website   
  5-20-06  Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley    Wavy Gravy's 70th Birthday Party - Seva Benefit  (also: Bob Weir and Ratdog, Steve Earle, Gillian Welch, Hamza El Din, Mickey Hart Band)     website
   
  6-13-06  The Blue Door, Oklahoma City
  6-14-06  State Theatre, Falls Church, Virginia    (Coco Montoya opened)    
  6-17-06  The Ellington, Lynchburg, Virginia  
   (Coco Montoya opened)    
  6-20-06  Little Brothers, Columbus, Ohio         
  6-22-06  Music Mill, Indianapolis             
  6-23-06  Shank Hall, Milwaukee  
  6-24-06  Old Town School of Folk Music, Chicago  
  6-26-06  Lucas School House Music Hall, St. Louis
  6-27-06  Knucklehead's Saloon, Kansas City
  7-07-06  Rollin' on the River, Reno      (Coco Montoya opened)
  7-08-06  Blues by the Bay, Eureka     (also: Coco Montoya, Eric Bibb)
  7-13-06  Gallivan Center, Salt Lake City       Twilight Concert Series    (also: Charlie Sexton)     website 
  7-22-06  Motion Blue, Yokohama, Japan      
  7-23-06  Blue Note, Tokyo    (also: John Hammond)   
  7-24-06  Blue Note, Tokyo    (also: John Hammond)   
  7-25-06  Blue Note, Tokyo    (also: John Hammond)   
  7-26-06  Blue Note, Tokyo    (also: John Hammond)      

  7-28-06  Ballinlough Castle,  Athboy, Meath, Australia   Midlands Music Festival  (JB/DL)   website  
  7-30-06  Il Vittoriale Degli Italiani, Gardone Riviera (Brescia), Italy      (JB/DL)  
  8-01-06  Anfiteatro Ostia Antica, Ostia (Roma), Italy
        (JB/DL)   
  8-02-06  Zurich Kongresshaus, Zurich, Switzerland        (JB/DL)   
  8-04-06 
Lonja Medieval (Sos del Católico), Zaragoza, Spain        (JB/DL)   
  
  8-05-06  Notodden, Norway    Notodden Blues Festival      
  8-06-06  Lokerse, Belgium       Lokeren Festival        (JB/DL)   
  8-08-06  Edinburgh Playhouse, Edinburgh, England          

  8-09-06  Bridgewater Hall, Manchester, England               (JB/DL)   

  8-11-06  Stadtpark Freilichtbuehne, Hamburg        (JB/DL)    
  8-12-06  Amsterdam Heineken Music Hall, Amsterdam        (JB/DL)
  8-19-06  Schwenksville, Pennsylvania          Philadelphia Folk Festival         (JB/DL)     website  
  8-27-06  Avila Beach, California            Avila Beach Pop Festival    

  9-14-06  Comma Coffee, Carson City, Nevada    
  9-15-06  Bishop, California      Millpond Music Festival    

10-19-06  Boulder Station Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas    
11-11-06  Victorian Village Resort, Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin      

12-04-06  Lobero Theatre, Santa Barbara     (JB/DL)


  2-19-07  Kuumbwa Jazz Center, Santa Cruz
  2-20-07  Humboldt State University, Arcata        (also: Bill Frisell) 

  2-22-07  WOW Hall, Eugene

  2-23-07  Aladdin Theatre, Portland, Oregon
  2-24-07  Colubia Theatre for the Performing Arts, Longview, Washington   (also: Leo Kottke)
  2-25-07  Kirkland Performance Center, Kirkland, Washington  (also: Leo Kottke) 
  2-26-07  San Juan Community Theatre, Friday Harbor, Washington
  2-27-07  The Nightlight, Bellingham, Washington    (open for James Taylor)
  3-02-07  Raven Theatre, Healdsburg       (also: Roy Rogers and Norton Buffalo)
  3-03-07  Palms Playhouse, Winters

  3-04-07  Freight and Salvage, Berkeley

  3-05-07  Freight and Salvage, Berkeley 

  3-07-07  Cerritos Center, Cerritos, California      (also: Leo Kottke)
  3-08-07  Belly Up, Solana Beach, California      (also: Leo Kottke)
  3-22-07  Palau de la Musica, Barcelona, Spain          (JB/DL; also: Leo Kottke)
  3-29-07  The Blue Door, Oklahoma City

  3-30-07  All Souls Acoustic Coffeehouse, Tulsa    (also: Pieta Brown)
  3-31-07  Knuckleheads,  Kansas City    (also: Pieta Brown)

  4-01-07  Lucas School House, St. Louis    (also: Pieta Brown)

  4-03-07  Barking Legs Theater, Chattanooga, Tennessee  

  4-05-07  Ashland Coffee and Tea, Ashland, Virginia 

  4-06-07  State Theatre, State College, Pennsylvania 

  4-07-07  Bearsville Theatre, Woodstock, New York 
  4-10-07  The Birchmere, Alexandria, Virginia      (also: Leo Kottke)
  4-
11-07  The Birchmere, Alexandria, Virginia      (also: Leo Kottke)
  4-12-07  Sunoco Performance Theatre, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania        (also: Leo Kottke)
  4-13-07  Avalon Theatre, Easton, Maryland
  4-14-07  Paramount Center for the Arts, Peeskill, New York        (also: Leo Kottke)

  4-15-07  Sellersville Theatre, Sellersville, Pennsylvania  

  4-16-07  The Blue Note, New York City
  4-18-07  Johnny D's, Somerville, Washington
  4-19-07  Daniel Street, Milford, Connecticut
  4-20-07  Stephen Talkhouse, Amagansett, New York
  4-21-07  The Narrows, Fall River, Mass
  4-22-07  Caffe Lena, Saratoga Springs, New York  

  4-25-07  The Winchester, Cleveland   

  4-26-07  Music Mill, Indianapolis   

  4-28-07  Cedar Cultural Center, Minneapolis  

  4-29-07  Pioneer Place Theatre, Saint Cloud, Minnesota    

  5-01-07  The Zoo Bar, Lincoln, Nebraska      

  6-21-07  Maui Tropical Plantation, Waikapu, Maui, Hawaii      KPOA Pau Hana Concert Series  s   
  7-05-07  Santa Monica Pier     Twilight Dance Series      *

  7-20-07  tent on Main Street, Mendocino, California   Mendocino Music Festival       (with Linda Tillery and the Cultural Heritage choir)
  7-27-07  Snowbird, Utah      Snowbird Rock and Blues Festival     (also: Dickey Betts and Great Southern, Tishamingo)   website     
  7-29-07  The Village at Copper, Copper Mountain, Colorado     Guitar Town  
(also: Dickey Betts and Great Southern, Peter Rowan & Tony Rice, Junior Brown, etc)    website  

  8-05-07  Salem, Oregon       Big Summer Classic

  8-18-07  Ironstone Amphitheatre, Murphys, California         Mountain Music Festival   (also: Robert Cray, Keb Mo, UB40)

  8-31-07  Montalvo Arts Center, Saratoga            (Blind Boys of Alabama)   

  9-01-07  Robert Z. Hawkins Amphitheatre, Reno       (Blind Boys of Alabama)   
11-10-07  McCabe's Guitar Shop, Santa Monica
11-11-07  McCabe's Guitar Shop, Santa Monica   
11-25-07  Adelaide, Australia    International Guitar Festival
12-01-07  Pescadero, California        private event


  1-09-08  Belly Up, Solana Beach  (also: Jack Tempchin)
  1-22-08  Freight & Salvage, Berkeley
  1-23-08
  Freight & Salvage, Berkeley 
  1-24-08  Downtown Brewing Company,
San Luis Obispo   (also: Still Time)
  1-25-08  Rio Theatre, Santa Cruz   (also: Bob Brozman)
  1-26-08  Raven Theater, Healdsburg
  1-27-08  Center for the Arts, Grass Valley
  1-28-08  Little Fox, Redwood City
  1-30-08  24th Street Theatre, Sacramento  (also: Kepi Ghoulie)
  1-31-08  El Rey Theatre, Chico   (benefit for North State Public Radio KCHO-FM; also: Dougie McLean)
  2-01-08  Mazzotti's, Arcata
  2-04-08  San Juan Community Theater, Friday Harbor, Washington
  2-05-08  The Nightlight, Bellingham, Washington
  2-06-08  The Triple Door, Seattle
  2-07-08  Orcas Theatre, Eastsound, Washington
  2-08-08  Wheeler Theatre, Port Townsend, Washington
  2-09-08  Aladdin Theater, Portland, Oregon  (also: Charlie Wadhams)
  2-10-08  Five Pine Lodge & Conference Center , Sisters, Oregon

  5-22-08  Lobero Theatre, Santa Barbara     (also: Peter Rowan)  

  6-08-08  Hilltop Hacienda at Kennolyn, Soquel    (Garden Concert Series)  
  6-27-08  Palms Playhouse, Winters   
  6-28-08  Black Oak Ranch, Laytonville    Kate Wolf Memorial Music Festival    
  7-19-08  Crystal Bay Club Casino, Crystal Bay, Nevada  
  7-20-08  Nevada County Fairgrounds, Grass Valley      California World Music Festival   

  8-15-08   University of Texas - Cactus Cafe, Austin
  8-16-08   Bend Studio, Dallas 
  8-18-08   The Blue Door, Oklahoma City 
  8-19-08   The Blank Slate, Tulsa 
  8-21-08   Eddie's Attic, Decatur, Georgia 
  8-22-08   The Evening Muse, Charlotte, North Carolina
  8-23-08   Ashland Coffee and Tea, Ashland, Virginia
  8-24-08   Mountain Stage, Charleston, West Virginia
  8-26-08   Bearsville Theater, Woodstock, New York
  8-27-08   Stephen Talkhouse, Amagansett, New York
  8-28-08   The Narrows, Fall River, Mass    (Magic City Music Hall, Johnson City, New York with Hot Tuna acoustic originally sked)   
  8-29-08  Somerville Theatre, Somerville, Mass    (also: Hot Tuna acoustic)   
  8-30-08  North Fork Theatre, Westbury, New York     (also: Hot Tuna acoustic)  
  8-31-08  Community Theatre, Morristown, New Jersey  
   (also: Hot Tuna acoustic)  
  9-02-08  Higher Ground, South Burlington, Vermont       (also: Hot Tuna acoustic)  
  9-04-08  Calvin Theatre, Northampton, Mass      (also: Hot Tuna acoustic)  
  9-05-08  Penn's Peak, Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania        (also: Hot Tuna acoustic)  
  9-06-08  Music Hall Theatre, Tarrytown, New York      (also: Hot Tuna acoustic)  
  9-07-08   Private Event, Pocantico, New York
  9-09-08   Thirsty Ear, Columbus, Ohio
  9-10-08   The Winchester, Cleveland
  9-11-08   Hugh's Room, Toronto 
  9-12-08   Hugh's Room, Toronto 
  9-13-08   The Ark, Ann Arbor 
  9-14-08   The Heartland Cafe, Chicago 
  9-17-08   The Uptown Grill, La Salle, Illinois
  9-18-08   The Uptown Grill, La Salle, Illinois
  9-19-08   Redstone Room, Davenport, Iowa
  9-20-08   Knucklehead's, Kansas City, Missouri
  9-21-08   Zoo Bar, Lincoln, Nebraska
  9-27-08   Humboldt Hills Hoedown, Garberville, California
  9-28-08   Valley of the Moon Vintage Festival, Sonoma, California
10-02-08  Royce Hall, UCLA, Los Angeles     50th Anniversary of McCabe's Guitar Shop  
10-11-08  Museum of Making Music, Carlsbad , California
10-13-08  Orange Blossom Junction, Exeter, California
10-29-08  The Depot, Salt Lake City  UT

11-01-08  Festival Place, Sherwood Park, Alberta  
11-02-08  Knox United Church, Calgary, Alberta
11-05-08  Paradise Theatre, Paonia, Colorado
11-06-08  Rico Theatre, Rico, Colorado
11-07-08  The Orpheum Theatre, Flagstaff, Arizona
12-05-08  The Fillmore, San Francisco   (open for Los Lobos)      
12-06-08  The Fillmore, San Francisco   (open for Los Lobos)  

1-09-09   The Coach House, San Juan Capistrano
1-10-09   briXton, Redondo Beach
1-11-09   Belly Up, Solana Beach
2-14-09   McCabe's Guitar Shop, Santa Monica
2-15-09   McCabe's Guitar Shop, Santa Monica
4-02-09   Rialto Theater, Tucson, Arizona
4-04-09   Lensic Performing Arts Center, Santa Fe, New Mexico
4-08-09   Rio Theatre, Santa Cruz
4-09-09   State Theatre, Modesto
4-10-09   Great American Music Hall, San Francisco
4-11-09   Raven Theater, Healdsburg
6-05-09  Museum of Making Music, Carlsbad
6-07-09  LA Acoustic Music Festival, Santa Monica
7-03-09  Palms Playhouse, Winters
7-05-09  Mount Shasta Community Building, Mount Shasta
7-06-09  Applegate River Lodge, Applegate, Oregon
7-08-09  The Nightlight, Bellingham, Washington
7-09-09  Rockwood Pavilion, Sechelt, British Columbia
7-11-09  Vancouver Island Music Festival, Courtenay, British Columbia
7-12-09  Vancouver Island Music Festival, Courtenay, British Columbia
7-17-09  Hugh's Room, Toronto, Ontario
7-18-09  Cisco Ottawa Blues Fest, Ottawa, Ontario
7-19-09  Cisco Ottawa Blues Fest, Ottawa, Ontario
7-21-09  The Turning Point, Piermont, New York
7-22-09  Johnny D's, Somerville MA
7-23-09  The Van Dyck, Schenectady, New York
7-24-09  Wellsville Creative Arts Center, Wellsville, New York
7-25-09  Mauch Chunk Opera House, Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania
7-28-09  InsideOut Gallery, Traverse City, Michigan
7-29-09  The Ark, Ann Arbor, Michigan
7-31-09  SPACE, Evanston, Illinois
8-01-09  The Washington, Burlington, Iowa, Missouri
8-02-09  Knuckleheads, Kansas City, Missouri
8-03-09  The Blue Door, Oklahoma City
8-05-09  The Soiled Dove Underground, Denver, Colorado
8-09-09  Deer Lake Park Burnaby, British Columbia  Burnaby Blues & Roots Festival  
8-12-09  Inyo Council for the Arts, Bishop
8-13-09  Palms Playhouse, Winters
8-14-09  Roxy's Vets Club, Mount Shasta
9-25-09  Golden Bear Tribute Concert, Huntington Beach
11-07-09  Vashon High School Auditorium, Vashon Island, Washington
11-08-09  Aladdin Theater, Portland, Oregon
11-11-09  Applegate River Lodge, Applegate, Oregon
11-12-09  Humboldt State University, Arcata
11-13-09  California State University, Chico - Laxson Auditorium, Chico
11-14-09  Hutchins Street Square Community Center, Lodi
11-15-09  Great American Music Hall, San Francisco
11-18-09  Belly Up, Solana Beach
11-19-09  Canyon Club, Agoura Hills
11-21-09  briXton, Redondo Beach
11-22-09  The Coach House, San Juan Capistrano


1-22-10  Old Nevada Theatre, Nevada City
1-23-10  Mill Valley Masonic Events Center, Mill Valley
1-30-10  McCabe's, Santa Monica
1-31-10  McCabe's, Santa Monica
4-01-10  Freight & Salvage, Berkeley
4-02-10  Highland Dell Restaurant & Lodge, Monte Rio
4-03-10  Rio Theatre, Santa Cruz

with Jackson Browne:
4-15-10  Nidaros Blues Festival, Trondheim, Norway
4-16-10  Ostkanten, Oslo, Norway
4-16-10  Ostkanten, Oslo, Norway
5-01-10  Eclectic Music Festival & Art Walk, South Pasadena
6-03-10  Colston Hall, Bristol, England
6-04-10  Sheffield City Hall, Sheffield, England
6-06-10  The Sage Gateshead, Gateshead, England
6-08-10  Hampton Court Palace Festival, Hampton Court, Surrey
6-09-10  Heineken Music Hall, Amsterdam, Holland
6-11-10  The Cirkus, Stockholm, Sweden
6-12-10  Norwegian Wood Festival, Oslo, Norway
6-14-10  Tradgardsforeningen, Gothenburg, Sweden
6-15-10  Stadtpark - Open Air, Hamburg, Germany
6-17-10  Palais de Beaux Arts, Brussels, Belgium
6-18-10  Casino de Paris*, Paris, France
6-20-10  Glasgow Concert Hall*, Glasgow, Scotland
6-21-10  Usher Hall*, Edinburgh, Scotland
6-23-10  Live at the Marquee*, Cork, Ireland
6-26-10  Glastonbury Festival - Main Stage*, Pilton, England
6-27-10  Glastonbury Festival - Acoustic Stage*, Pilton, England
6-29-10  Royal Albert Hall*, London, England
7-01-10  Nottingham Royal Centre*, Nottingham, England
7-02-10  Summer Pops Festival - Echo Arena*, Liverpool, England
7-04-10  Cornbury Music Festival*, Cornbury Oxfordshire, England
7-07-10  San Juan Community Theater, Friday Harbor, Washington
7-08-10  Orcas Theatre, East Sound, Washington
7-10-10  Vancouver Island Musicfest, Courtenay, British Columbia
7-11-10  Vancouver Island Musicfest, Courtenay, British Columbia
7-14-10  Harrison Festival of the Arts, Harrison Hot Springs, British Columbia
7-17-10  Grand Targhee Folk & Americana Festival, Alta, Wyoming
7-20-10  The Joint*, Las Vegas
7-21-10  Humphrey's*, San Diego
7-23-10  Greek Theatre*, Los Angeles
7-24-10  Greek Theatre*, Berkeley
7-26-10  Britt Pavilion*, Jacksonville, Oregon
7-27-10  Cuthbert Amphitheater*, Eugene, Oregon
7-30-10  Chateau Ste. Michelle*, Woodinville, Washington
7-31-10  Maryhill Winery*, Goldendale, Washington
8-02-10  Idaho Botanical Gardens*, Boise, Idaho
8-03-10  Theater at The Brick*, Bozeman, Montana
8-05-10  Red Rocks Amphitheatre*, Morrison, Colorado
8-07-10  Orpheum Theatre*, Sioux City, Iowa
8-08-10  Starlight Theatre*, Kansas City, Missouri
8-10-10  Fox Theatre*, St. Louis
8-11-10  Brady Theater*, Tulsa
8-13-10  Nokia Theater*, Grand Prairie, Texas
8-15-10  Chastain Park Amphitheatre*, Atlanta
8-24-10  Pier Six Concert Pavilion*, Baltimore
8-25-10  nTelos Pavilion*, Portsmouth, Virginia
8-27-10  Oakdale Theatre*, Wallingford, Connecticut
8-28-10  Bank of America Pavilion*, Boston
8-30-10  Shea's Peforming Arts Center, Buffalo       cancelled - illness
9-01-10  Toyota Pavilion*, Scranton, Pennsylvania
9-02-10  Monmouth University MAC Center*, West Long Branch, New Jersey
9-04-10  Borgata Spa & Resort - Event Center*, Atlantic City, New Jersey
9-05-10  Borgata Spa & Resort - Event Center*, Atlantic City, New Jersey
9-07-10  Palace Theatre*, Albany, New York
9-09-10  Hershey Park Pavilion*, Hershey, Pennsylvania
9-11-10  Tower Theatre*, Upper Darby, Pennsylvania
9-12-10  Wolf Trap for the Performing Arts - The Filene Center*, Vienna, Virginia
9-14-10  Beacon Theatre*, New York, New York
9-15-10  Beacon Theatre*, New York, New York
9-18-10  Fox Theatre*, Detroit
9-19-10  Time Warner Cable Amphitheater at Tower City*, Cleveland, Ohio
9-21-10  The Lawn at White River State Park*, Indianapolis
9-23-10  Chicago Theatre*, Chicago
9-24-10  Riverside Theatre*, Milwaukee
9-30-10  Humphrey's*, San Diego

10-23-10  Shoreline Amphitheatre, Mountain View    Bridge School Benefit   (with Jackson Browne)

12-04-10  boardwalk, Asbury Park, New Jersey     (guest with Bruce Springsteen)

1-06-11  Canyon Club, Agoura Hills
1-07-11  briXton, Redondo Beach
1-08-11  The Coach House, San Juan Capistrano
1-18-11  Downtown Brewing Company, San Luis Obispo
1-19-11  Freight & Salvage, Berkeley
1-20-11  El Rey Theatre, Chico
1-21-11  Harlow's, Sacramento
1-22-11  The Dance Palace Community Center, Point Reyes Station
1-26-11  Belly Up, Solana Beach
2-19-11  McCabe's, Santa Monica
2-20-11  McCabe's, Santa Monica
3-14-11  The Compound Grill, Phoenix, Arizona
3-17-11  The Kessler Theater, Dallas
3-18-11  The Blue Door, Oklahoma City
3-19-11  Knuckleheads, Kansas City, Missouri
3-20-11  Old Rock House, St. Louis, Missouri
3-21-11  SPACE, Evanston, Illinois
3-22-11  The Kent Stage, Kent, Ohio
3-24-11  Sellersville Theater, Sellersville, Pennsylvania
3-25-11  The Van Dyck, Schenectady, New York
3-26-11  The Towne Crier Cafe, Pawling, New York
3-27-11  Jammin Java, Vienna, Virginia
3-28-11  The Iridium, New York, New York
3-29-11  Johnny D's, Somerville, Mass
3-31-11  The Tralf, Buffalo, New York
4-01-11  Koerner Hall, Toronto, Ontario
4-02-11  Sarnia Public Library Auditorium, Sarnia, Ontario
4-05-11  West End Cultural Center, Winnipeg, Manitoba
4-08-11  Knox United Church, Calgary, Alberta
4-09-11  Winspear Centre, Edmonton, Alberta
4-12-11  UVic Centre Farquhar Auditorium, Victoria, British Columbia
4-13-11  Vogue Theatre, Vancouver, British Columbia
4-14-11  The Triple Door, Seattle, Washington
4-15-11  Mississippi Studios, Portland, Oregon
4-16-11  Rogue Theatre, Grants Pass, Oregon
4-17-11  Humboldt Brews, Arcata
4-23-11  Sings Like Hell, Santa Barbara
5-28-11  Strawberry Music Festival, Yosemite    -   cancelled
6-08-11  Alive After Five Concert Series, Boise, Idaho
6-10-11  Swallow Hill Music Presents @ L2 Arts & Culture Center, Denver
6-11-11  Palisade Bluegrass & Roots Festival, Palisade, Colorado
6-25-11  Mountain Winery, Saratoga
6-26-11  The Palm Ballroom, San Rafael
7-23-11  The Roll on the Mattole, Honeydew
7-29-11  Tongue and Groove, Lethbridge, Alberta
7-31-11  Canmore Folk Music Festival, Canmore, Alberta
8-01-11  Canmore Folk Music Festival, Canmore, Alberta
8-03-11  Alive After Five, Bend, Oregon
8-13-11  Guitar Town, Copper Mountain, Colorado
9-01-11  Yoshi's, Oakland
9-03-11  Strawberry Music Festival, Yosemite
9-04-11  Fulton 55, Fresno
9-16-11  Millpond Music Festival, Bishop
9-25-11  Ventura Hillsides Music Festival, Ventura
9-30-11  Anthology, San Diego
10-06-11  The Kessler Theater, Dallas
10-07-11  Sam’s Burger Joint, San Antonio
10-08-11  Cactus Cafe, Austin
10-10-11  The Zoo Bar, Lincoln, Nebraska
10-12-11  Tulsa Little Theater, Tulsa, Oklahoma
10-13-11  Second Street Live, Fort Smith, arkansas
10-14-11  Harvest Fest, Ozark, Arkansas
10-15-11  Knuckleheads, Kansas City, Missouri
10-16-11  The Blue Door, Oklahoma City
12-04-11  Saint Rocke, Hermosa Beach
12-15-11  Golden State Theatre, Monterey
1-04-12  Bing Crosby Theatre, Spokane, Washington
1-05-12  The Conway Muse, Conway, Washington
1-06-12  The Triple Door, Seattle, Washington
1-07-12  River City Music Festival, Portland, Oregon
1-09-12  Humboldt Brews, Arcata
1-11-12  Kuumbwa Jazz Center, Santa Cruz
1-13-12  Great American Music Hall, San Francisco
1-14-12  CSA Event Center, West Sacramento
1-15-12  Sebastopol Community Cultural Center, Sebastopol
1-29-12  Downtown Brewing Company, San Luis Obispo

2-03-12  Thousand Oaks (Grant R. Brimhall) Library, Thousand Oaks
2-18-12  McCabe’s Guitar Shop, Santa Monica
2-19-12  McCabe’s Guitar Shop, Santa Monica
3-09-12  The Coach House, San Juan Capistrano
3-29-12  142 Throckmorton Theatre, Mill Valley
3-30-12  John Ascuaga’s Nugget Hotel & Casino, Sparks, Nevada
4-10-12  Belly Up, Solana Beach
5-09-12  The Ark, Ann Arbor, Michigan
5-10-12  The Kent Stage, Kent, Ohio
5-11-12  Thunderbird Cafe, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
5-12-12  Jammin Java, Vienna, Virginia
5-13-12  Sellersville Theater, Sellersville, Pennsylvania
5-15-12  Iron Horse, Northampton MA
5-16-12  Iridium, New York, New York
5-17-12  FTC Stage One, Fairfield, Connecticut
5-18-12  Johnny D’s, Somerville, Mass
5-19-12  The Towne Crier Cafe, Pawling, New York
5-22-12  Cedar Cultural Center, Minneapolis
5-23-12  Turner Hall, Milwaukee
5-24-12  SPACE, Evanston, Illinois
5-25-12  Wildey Theater, Edwardsville, Illinois
6-01-12  Palms Playhouse, Winters
6-02-12  Private event, Fairfield
6-03-12  Redwood Mountain Faire, Felton
6-17-12  Live Oak Music Festival, Santa Barbara
7-06-12  Atlin Arts & Music Festival, Atlin, British Columbia
7-07-12  Atlin Arts & Music Festival, Atlin, British Columbia
7-08-12  Atlin Arts & Music Festival, Atlin, British Columbia
7-09-12  Yukon Arts Centre, Whitehorse, Yukon Territory, Canada
7-13-12  Twisted Oak Winery, Vallecito
7-14-12  Inyo Council for the Arts, Bishop
8-04-12  The Gaia Festival, Laytonville
8-05-12  Center for the Arts, Grass Valley
8-10-12  Edmonton Folk Festival, Edmonton, Alberta
8-11-12  Edmonton Folk Festival, Edmonton, Alberta
8-13-12  The Royal on Baker, Nelson, British Columbia
8-25-12  The Ride Festival, Town Park, Telluride, Colorado
8-26-12  The Ride Festival, Sheridan Opera House, Telluride, Colorado
9-08-12  The Kessler Theater, Dallas
9-09-12  Cactus Cafe, Austin
9-11-12  The Blue Door, Oklahoma City
9-12-12  George’s Majestic Lounge, Fayetteville, Arkansas
9-14-12  Wheeler Community Arts Theater, Indianapolis        Indy Acoustic Cafe Series
9-16-12  Duncan Hall, Lafayette, Indiana      Friends of Bob series
9-18-12  The Zoo Bar, Lincoln, Nebraska
9-19-12  Knuckleheads, Kansas City, Missouri
9-21-12  Daniels Hall, Swallow Hill Music, Denver
9-27-12  Amager Bio, Copenhagen Denmark
9-28-12  Guldsalen, Svendborg Denmark
9-29-12  Dokkhuset, Trondheim Norway
9-30-12  Guitars People Prize, Stockholm Sweden
11-02-12  Royce Hall, UCLA    (also: David Grisman Sextet)
11-03-12  SLO Brew, San Luis Obispo

1-11-13  McCabe’s Guitar Shop, Santa Monica
1-12-13  McCabe’s Guitar Shop, Santa Monica
2-14-13  Chico Women’s Club, Chico
2-15-13  CSA Event Center, West Sacramento
2-16-13  The Kanbar Center for the Performing Arts, San Rafael
2-17-13  Kuumbwa Jazz Center, Santa Cruz
3-01-13  The Coach House, San Juan Capistrano
3-03-13  Belly Up, Solana Beach
3-07-13  Canyon Club, Agoura Hills
4-11-13  Coconino Center for the Arts, Flagstaff, Arizona
4-13-13  National Hispanic Cultural Center, Albuquerque, New Mexico
4-14-13  KTAO Solar Center, Taos, New Mexico
4-16-13  The Blue Door, Oklahoma City
4-18-13  Cactus Cafe, Austin
4-19-13  Sam’s Burger Joint, San Antonio
4-20-13  Dan’s Silverleaf, Denton, Texas   
4-22-13  Bama Theater, Tuscaloosa, Alabama     
4-25-13  Jammin Java, Vienna, Virginia
4-27-13  Landmark on Main Street, Port Washington, New York
4-29-13  Iridium, New York, New York
4-30-13  The Turning Point, Piermont, New York
5-01-13  The Van Dyck, Schenectady, New York
5-03-13  The Winchester, Lakewood, Ohio
5-07-13  The Ark, Ann Arbor, Michigan
5-10-13  Elgin Community College - SecondSpace Theatre, Elgin, Illinois
5-11-13  Thrasher Opera House, Green Lake, Wisconsin    
5-12-13  Old Town School of Folk Music, Chicago, Illinois
5-14-13  Cedar Cultural Center, Minneapolis  
5-17-13  Fur Peace Ranch, Pomeroy, Ohio
5-18-13  Fur Peace Ranch, Pomeroy, Ohio
5-19-13  Fur Peace Ranch, Pomeroy, Ohio
5-20-13  Fur Peace Ranch, Pomeroy, Ohio
5-21-13  Headliners Music Hall, Louisville Kentucky   
5-23-13  The Blue Shop, Burlington, Iowa
5-24-13  Wildey Theater, Edwardsville, Illinois
5-25-13  Knuckleheads, Kansas City, Missouri
5-26-13  The Zoo Bar, Lincoln Nebraska   
6-07-13  Palms Playhouse, Winters
6-08-13  Twisted Oak Winery, Vallecito
6-14-13  Ramona Mainstage, Ramona
6-15-13  Claremont Folk Festival, Claremont
7-05-13  Esel, Einbeck Germany
7-07-13  TFF Rudolstadt, Rudolstadt Germany
7-13-13  Winnipeg Folk Festival, Winnipeg, Manitoba
7-14-13  Winnipeg Folk Festival, Winnipeg, Manitoba   
7-28-13  Saint Rocke, Hermosa Beach


   upcoming dates at davidlindley.com     





 

 

 




 

BANDS

David Lindley and Leonard Reid

NEW CHRISTY MINSTRELS  (for about three days)
(backing up Larry Ramos-guitar)

SMOG CITY TRESSEL HANGERS
(David Lindley-banjo, Mike McClellan-guitar, Sandy Moseley-bass, Dick Hargreaves-fiddle, Larry Nowlan-?)

MAD MOUNTAIN RAMBLERS
(original lineup: David Lindley-banjo, Steve Cahill-guitar, Phil Cleveland-bass, Dick Hargreaves-fiddle)
(later: David Lindley-banjo, Chris Darrow-mandolin, Steve Cahill-guitar/vocals, Bob Warford-dobro/second banjo, Phil Cleveland-bass)

DRY CITY SCAT BAND
(David Lindley-banjo, Chris Darrow-mandolin, Steve Cahill-guitar/vocals, Richard Greene-fiddle, Pete Madlem-dobro/second banjo)
(late lineup: David Lindley-banjo, Richard Greene-fiddle, Mayne Smith-dobro, Mark Levine-guitar with Pete Madlem-occasional banjo)

DAVID, SOLOMON, AND THE PARABLES
(David Lindley, Soloman Feldthouse)

BAGDHAD BLUES BAND
(David Lindley-guitar/banjo/fiddle, John Welsh-guitar, John Vidicam-drums)

KALEIDOSCOPE
(1966 first lineup, according to Zig-Zag article: David Lindley, Soloman Feldthouse, Fenrus Epp, John Vidican-drums)
(other possible early members: David Drew, John Welsh, Wednesday John, Tom [surname unknown])
(David Lindley, Soloman Feldthouse, Chris Darrow, Fenrus Epp, John Vidican-drums)
(David Lindley, Soloman Feldthouse, Stuart Brotman-bass, Fenrus Epp, John Vidican-drums)
(David Lindley, Soloman Feldthouse, Stuart Brotman-bass, Fenrus Epp, Paul Lagos-drums)
(David Lindley, Soloman Feldthouse, Ron Johnson-bass, Connie Crill, Paul Lagos-drums, Jeff Kaplan-vocals)
(David Lindley, Solomon Feldhouse, Oz Bock-bass, Paul Lagos-drums, Jeff Kaplan-vocals)
(Chester Crill, Fenrus Epp, Connie Crill, Max Buda, Templeton Parceley are all the same person)

TERRY REID
(Terry Reid-vocals/guitar, David Lindley-guitar/slide/banjo/violin, Chris Stewart-bass, Bruce Rowland-drums)

(Terry Reid-vocals/guitar, David Lindley-guitar/slide/banjo/violin, Lee Miles-bass, Alan White-drums, horns: Johnny Almond, Jeff Condon, Steve Gregory, Buddy Beadle; Queen Elizabeth Hall, London)

(Terry Reid-guitar/vocal, David Lindley-guitar/slide/banjo/violin, Lee Miles-bass, Mike Giles-drums;  Isle of Wight only)
(Terry Reid-guitar/vocal, David Lindley-guitar/slide/banjo/violin, Lee Miles-bass, Alan White-drums, Linda Lewis-vocals)
(sometimes with Johnny Almond-horns, Steve Gregory-horns, Gilberto Gil-acoustic guitar, Conrad Isadore-congas)

JACKSON BROWNE:
Jackson Browne/David Lindley   (1972)
Jackson Browne, David Lindley, Doug Haywood, Larry Zack  (1973)
Jackson Browne, David Lindley, Doug Haywood, Jai Winding, Larry Zack  (1973)
Jackson Browne, David Lindley, Herb Pederson-guitar/banjo/steel, Chris Smith-pedal steel, Dennis Kovarik-bass, Jai Winding-keyboards, Larry Zack-drums  (1974)
Jackson Browne, David Lindley, Herb Pederson-guitar/banjo/steel, Chris Smith-pedal steel, Dennis Kovarik-bass, Wayne Cook-keyboards, Larry Zack-drums  (1975)
Jackson Browne-vocals, David Lindley-strings, David Morgan-guitar, David Landau-guitar, Bryan Garofalo-bass, Mark Jordan-keyboards, John Mouseri-drums   (1976)
Jackson Browne, David Lindley, Bryan Garofalo-bass, David Mason-organ, Mark Jordan-piano, John Mouseri-drums  (1976-77)
Jackson Browne, David Lindley, Danny Kortchmar-guitar, Craig Doerge-keyboards, Leland Sklar-bass, Russ Kunkel-drums, Rosemary Butler-vocals, Doug Haywood-vocals    (1977)
Jackson Browne, David Lindley, Danny Kortchmar-guitar, Craig Doerge-keyboards, Bob Glaub-bass, Jim Gordon-drums, Rosemary Butler-vocals, Doug Haywood-vocals  (1978)
Jackson Browne, David Lindley, Danny Kortchmar-guitar, Craig Doerge-keyboards, Bob Glaub-bass, Russ Kunkel-drums, Rosemary Butler-vocals, Doug Haywood-vocals  (1979)
Jackson Browne, David Lindley, Bob Glaub-bass, Russel Kunkel-drums, Craig Doerge-keyboards, Bill Payne-keyboards, Doug Haywood-vocals, Rosemary Butler-vocals:  (1980)

DAVID LINDLEY AND EL RAYO-X
David Lindley, Bernie Larsen-guitar, Jorge Calderon-bass, Ian Wallace-drums, Ras Baboo-percussion
(1981)
David Lindley, Bernie Larsen-guitar, Jorge Calderon-bass, Ian Wallace-drums   (1982-83)

David Lindley, Bernie Larsen-guitar, Phillip Chen-bass, Ian Wallace-drums, Rasta Baboo-percussion  (1984)

David Lindley, Bernie Larsen-guitar, Jorge Calderon-bass, William "Smitty" Smith-keyboards, Walfredo Reyes-drums   (19885-86)
David Lindley, Ray Woodbury-guitar, Jorge Calderon-bass, William "Smitty" Smith-keyboards, Walfredo Reyes-drums  (1986-88)

David Lindley, Ray Woodbury-guitar, Jorge Calderon-bass,
Ian McLagen-keyboards, Rock Dedrick-drums  (1989)
David Lindley,
Ray Woodbury-guitar, Jorge Calderon-bass, Ian McLagen-keyboards, Walfredo Reyes-drums, Wally Ingram-drums  (2003)

JO-EL SONNIER AND FRIENDS
David Lindley, Garth Hudson, Albert Lee, Sid Page, Ian Wallace


COODER/ LINDLEY FAMILY
David Lindley, Ry Cooder, Joachim Cooder, Roseanne Lindley


  DAVID LINDLEY DISCOGRAPHY     
 DAVID LINDLEY TAPER'S ALMANAC    
 DAVID LINDLEY SONGS       
 DAVID LINDLEY BANDS       
 DAVID LINDLEY BIBLIOGRAPHY     

 

 
 



MAD MOUNTAIN RAMBLERS        63
DRY CITY SCAT BAND                      64
KALEIDOSCOPE                      66   67   68   69   70
TERRY REID                            70   71
JACKSON BROWNE               72   73   74   75   76   77   78   79   80   87   89   97   99
LINDA RONSTADT
                       75    
CROSBY-NASH                             75   76
JAMES TAYLOR                              77   
GRAHAM NASH                                  79     
RY COODER/ DAVID LINDLEY        79   89   90   92   93   94   95

DAVID LINDLEY AND EL RAYO-X         81   82   83   84   85   86   87   88   89   90   03
DAVID LINDLEY SOLO                                      82   83   84   85   86    87   88   89   90   91   97   04    05     
JO-EL SONNIER AND FRIENDS                               83     
NEW ACOUSTIC TRIO                                                       84      

DAVID LINDLEY WITH HANI NASER               91   92   93   94   95   96   97

DAVID LINDLEY WITH WALLY INGRAM       97   98   99   00   01   02   03
BLIND BOYS OF ALABAMA                                        01   02   03   04   05


 

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