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Gigography
1954-1966 1967 1968 1969
1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979
1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989
1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999
2000 2001 2002 2003 2004


Jan

19 Rainbow, London: Little Feat, Doobie Brothers (Warner Brothers tour) [1] [2]


Feb

21 (or 22) Tiffany's, Newcastle(?): Jack The Lad, Snafu. Medicine Head[1]

28 Hull University, John Peel Roadshow [2]

29 Bolton Institute Of Technology: John Peel Roadshow [3]


Mar

2 Coventry, Mr George's: John Peel Roadshow [4]

16 Rainbow Theatre, London, last night at venue: Sassafras, Procol Harum, Frankie Miller, Richard & Linda Thompson, Hatfield & the North, John Martyn, Kevin Coyne [5]

17 Royal Albert Hall, London: Chieftains [6]


Apr

2 Royal Albert Hall: Tangerine Dream [3] [4]

10: Ronnie Scott's: Arthur Brown [7]


July

5 Knebworth: Pink Floyd, Steve Miller Band, Captain Beefheart, Roy Harper, Linda Lewis (DJ's John Peel and Pete Drummond) [5] [8]


Oct

12 London, New Victoria Theatre: Thin Lizzy [6]

17 or 18, London, Empire Pool, Wembley: Sadistic Mika Band, Roxy Music [7] [8]

20 York Minster: Tangerine Dream [9] [10] [11] - Peel later recalled sitting between Sheila and Richard Branson at the gig


Nov

18 (or 24) Hammersmith Odeon, London: Bruce Springsteen [9]

References

  1. Sounds column, 1975-03-01, republished in The Olivetti Chronicles (p. 263-5).
  2. Sounds column, 1975-03-01, republished in The Olivetti Chronicles (p. 263-5).
  3. Sounds column, 1975-03-01, republished in The Olivetti Chronicles (p. 263-5).
  4. Sounds column, 1975-03-01, republished in The Olivetti Chronicles (p. 263-5).
  5. Peel appears on a bootleg recording introducing the Richard & Linda Thompson set. An official live compilation LP of the event called Over The Rainbow was released.
  6. Feature on gig in April 2016 issue of Mojo (pp. 32-33) mentions that JP introduced the band.
  7. Sounds column, 1975-04-19, republished in The Olivetti Chronicles (p. 166-8).
  8. Sounds column, 1975-04-19, republished in The Olivetti Chronicles (p. 166-8).
  9. Sounds column, 1976-02-07, republished in The Olivetti Chronicles (p. 27-9). The first of Springsteen's two debut London dates was released officially as Hammersmith Odeon London '75 as video and live album.

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